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League of the South’s protest against SPLC a major news story

May 10, 2014

US media outlets from San Francisco to Boston reported on the League of the South’s demonstration yesterday against the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in Montgomery, Alabama. The Southern nationalist organisation held its protest in front of the bizarre looking building which serves as the SPLC’s headquarters. About fifty demonstrators held signs supporting traditional, Christian marriage and denouncing the SPLC over its lawsuit seeking to overturn the State’s ban on homosexual marriage. The city required that the League pay for policemen to be present and barricades to be erected in order to stage the event at the SPLC. This cost the Alabama League chapter about $800 but proved well worth the investment considering the remarkable media coverage. Local television, radio and newspaper outlets reported on the protest and an Associated Press story was picked up by newspapers across the United States. National Public Radio, The Washington Times and ABC are just a few of the major media outlets to cover the story. The event easily generated more press than the many previous demonstrations staged by the League across the South over the last year. Most of the press was neutral and professional with the AL.com article standing out for its overt Leftist bias and hostility to the League. Undoubtedly, thousands of people who have never heard of the League or Southern nationalism have already been exposed to the organisation and the message thanks to this highly successful demonstration.

Dr Michael Hill, president of the League, commented after the protest:

I would like to thank all those who took the time to come out to The League’s Defense of Marriage and Family demonstration in front of the SPLC ‘Poverty Palace’ in Montgomery today. We had nearly 50 people there, which was a good turnout for a workday on which the threat of rain and storms was high.

The demonstration, like previous ones, was orderly and well organized. Our people were well-dressed and well-behaved.

In all, I did eight radio, newspaper, and television interviews today, and I know Mike Whorton and Brad Griffin were interviewed by the press as well. In other words, we got great exposure. Much of this was due to a press release a friend of ours drafted and sent out at his own expense a couple of days ago. That worked so well that we’ll use it again before the next big event.

The old, white, Jewish leadership of the SPLC made an appearance. Mark Potok, a soft and flabby example of beta maleness, sashayed down the sidewalk decked out in jeans and a feminine powder blue t-shirt but later retreated to the safety of the highly-protected palace. Heidi Beirich was spotted in three windows at once on an upper floor (yes, that is physically possible -have you seen her photo?). And toward the end of the demonstration, after his security staff had determined it safe to come out, old Mo Dees himself showed his face outside the building, but only briefly.

The rain, which has been a threat all day, held off until the very end. As I concluded a prayer for the group, the first drops began to fall… and then the bottom dropped out! We were all soaked to the bone before we could get to our vehicles. However, we were too happy to be concerned about a little discomfort.

All in all, it was a good day for The League and for Southern Nationalism. Our next event will be at the end of this month in Kentucky. After that, we have an event in Alabama at the end of June, one in Georgia at the end of August, and another in the planning stages for Alabama in late July.

Rayn Owens, one of the key Alabama League organisers of the event, commented on a quotation that was used in the Associated Press article:

‘The League of the South supports the idea of Southern states once again seceding from the United States.’ Every time something like this goes into print, no matter the source, we win.

The SPLC’s supporters reacted to the demonstration with repeated anti-White racial insults, anti-Southern stereotypes and statements wishing death upon the League members. One SPLC supporter described the Southern nationalists as ‘pig ignorant white trash.’ It is clear that when you oppose the SPLC’s far-Left, anti-White agenda that the tolerance goes out the window!

Once again Southern nationalists have demonstrated that the taboos (which the ‘respectable conservatives’ religiously observe) meant to sideline us can be defied without repercussion and that even a small group can set the agenda in the US media and spread our message to tens of thousands (perhaps more) of people.

Occidental Dissent has comprehensive coverage with pictures, links to the articles, TV coverage, radio interviews, the SPLC supporters’ hateful reaction and much more!


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  • Logan Smith

    Good job, boys.

    I got something of a request for “propaganda”. Could some of our more musical comrades come up with contemporary SN songs, sort of like the IRA songs like “Kinky Boots” and “Come Out Ye Black and Tans”? I love the old Confederate songs, but I just think that maybe our own cause could have some songs as well. Just a suggestion.

    • http://cofcc.org/ Kyle Rogers

      Come out ye black and tans in from the 20s, so I don’t know if that is contemporary.

      • Logan Smith

        The bands who sing those types of songs seem pretty contemporary to me. I mean, you can always re-sing the oldies but goodies.

        • Jeff Traube

          Logan, you’ve got me going. Should I send this to Lee Bright ?

          O Lefty Lindsay

          Won’t you just go away

          Your views reflect Massachusetts

          But not the CSA

          You’ve got Obama’s back

          Abandoning us Folk here

          Some think you a traitor

          We suspect a Queer

          You’ve caved in on health care

          Pushing Neocon wars day and night

          Given up on the Constitution

          Allowing President to initiate a fight

          Amnesty for illegals

          But the Southern Flag must come down

          We think you have it backwards

          And you are a clown

          Gay Marriage is fine with you

          And kissing McCain’s hindside

          Free Speech can mean prison

          Drones spread far and wide

          You Speak as Slick as Willie

          On Far Left tyranny do you meet

          But Dirty New York

          Will Not Save Your Seat

          • Logan Smith

            What tune is this supposed to be to?

            • Jeff Traube

              I’ll leave that to someone with more melodic talent than myself – but meanwhile if sent via Email, the music would not apply. I added a stanza:

              Spending money on bailouts

              And drowning us in debt

              Confirming Commie Judges

              While the Second Amendment you Forget

    • Jeff Traube

      I like Maryland, My Maryland. The lyrics are pro-South in response to Baltimore Massacre. Maybe the Bonnie Blue Flag. But the ’cause’ may be better served by taking on Lindsey Graham than the far-out SPLC.

      • Logan Smith

        That’s the brilliance of music, though, you can put what’s on your mind into lyrics! Write new songs for this new age and fight!

        Write a song about how Graham is selling us out to Illegals or how the Republicans are just as bad as the Democrats, and that they’re still the same old Lincoln party that put us under Reconstruction. Write a song about how we’re still fighting, and we won’t give in or about how we don’t want anymore damned Yankees moving down here and telling us how much better it was up North.

        Better yet, write a song to glorify our new Southern Nationalist flag. The White banner with a black St. Andrew’s Cross.

        Looky here, all I did was change the words around to fit a Southron perspective; the original song is “Go on Home British Soldiers”. I wouldn’t have mentioned the CSA (since we’re not neo-confederates) but I couldn’t think of anything that rhymed with “A” or “ay” that had to do with the modern cause.

        Go on home, Yankee soldiers, go on home
        Have you got no fucking homes of your own
        For 150 years, we’ve fought you without fear
        And we’ll fight you for 150 more

        And if you stay, Yankee soldiers, if you stay
        You’ll never ever beat the CSA
        For the men in Atlanta will be the last that you will bury
        So, take a tip, and leave us bloody be


        We’re not Puritans, we’re not Dutch, we’re not Germans
        We’re Southrons, and proud we are to be
        So fuck your Yankee rag, we want our country back
        It’s Dixie, and Dixie it will be


        We’ll fight them Yankee soldiers for the cause
        We’ll never bow to soldiers because
        Throughout our history, we were born to be free
        So, get out Yankee bastards, leave us be


        • Virginian Secessionist

          Very nice, Logan! As an alternative to CSA, something more complete in its Southron-ness, yet using the same amount of syllables, is ‘Southern Way’…

          • Logan Smith


            “You’ll never ever beat the Southern Way!”

        • Jeff Traube

          Here’s what I scribbled together:

          We do not want diversity

          Maybe up North, it’s just not for me

          We love barbecue, grits and tea

          Southern accents give us glee

          Marriage is great, between girl and boy

          Its same sex unions that annoy

          We honor our flag and Southern dead

          It’s Lincoln and Sherman who give us dread

          On States Rights did they tread

          We don’t like fighting Neocon wars

          Or television filled with Hollywood

          We don’t like slanted news

          We don’t like Marxist jews

          Desegregation gives us pause

          Unelected judges making laws

          We don’t want them in our schools

          We don’t want them in our pools

          We won’t suffer liberal fools

          Carpetbaggar, Scalawag, and Freedmen rule are not okay

          I’m Unreconstructed, and will stay that way.

        • Jeff Traube

          Though there are old tunes which message is equally appropriate.

          Thou wilt not yield the Vandal toll

          Thou wilt not crook to his control

          Better the fire upon thee roll

          Better the blade, the shot, the bowl

          Than crucifixion of the soul

          Maryland! My Maryland!

          I like this one, except that the South stuck true to Declaration and Independence and Yankee Greeley called US flag “hate’s polluted rag” as it included South:

          by Major Innes Randolph, C.S.A.

          Oh, I’m a good old Rebel soldier, now that’s just what I am;
          For this “Fair Land of Freedom” I do not give a damn!
          I’m glad I fit against it, I only wish we’d won,
          And I don’t want no pardon for anything I done.

          I hates the Constitution, this “Great Republic,” too!
          I hates the Freedman’s Bureau and uniforms of blue!
          I hates the nasty eagle with all its brags and fuss,
          And the lying, thieving Yankees, I hates ‘em wuss and wuss!

          I hates the Yankee nation and everything they do,
          I hates the Declaration of Independence, too!
          I hates the “Glorious Union” — ’tis dripping with our blood,
          And I hates their striped banner, and I fit it all I could.

          I followed old Marse Robert for four years, near about,
          Got wounded in three places, and starved at Point Lookout.
          I cotched the “roomatism” a’campin’ in the snow,
          But I killed a chance o’ Yankees, and I’d like to kill some mo’!

          Three hundred thousand Yankees is stiff in Southern dust!
          We got three hundred thousand before they conquered us.
          They died of Southern fever and Southern steel and shot,
          But I wish we’d got three million instead of what we got.

          I can’t take up my musket and fight ‘em now no more,
          But I ain’t a’gonna love ‘em, now that’s for sartain sure!
          I do not want no pardon for what I was and am,
          And I won’t be reconstructed, and I do not care a damn!

  • James Owen

    I note again, the connections to New York and Massachusetts.

  • Jeff Traube

    Someone may have to help research, but I recall seeing a song written after the War that attacked North and Lincoln, including “Through his head A ball of lead Was Sent to Set Us Free”. I came up with response to Gettysburg Address “I cannot be so bold to speak for the earth, but government of the people, for the people, by the people perished from this land the day Lincoln sent his troops South against the wishes of the people.

    • Jeff Traube

      Here’s another good one, called Visitor from the Past:
      I was tempted to add (to make Southern):
      Interlopers curse your sacred banner
      The Noble St. Andrews Cross
      Your borders left unguarded
      Illegal Aliens pour across

    • James Owen

      More like government of the Northern people, by the Northern people, for the Northern people.

  • Logan Smith

    Here’s one to the tune of “My Little Armalite”:

    And it’s down along Miami, that’s where I long to be
    Lying in the dark with the Southron company
    A comrade on my left and another one on my right
    And a mag of ammunition for my little armalite

    I was stopped by a Yankee, he said you are a swine
    He hit me with his rifle, and kicked me in the groin
    I begged and I pleaded, my manners were polite
    But all the time I’m thinking of my little armalite

    And it’s down in Atlanta, that’s where I long to be
    Lying in the dark with the Southron company
    A comrade on my left and another one on my right
    And a mag of ammunition for my little armalite

    Well this brave politician came marching up our street
    600 Yankee soldiers he had lined up at his feet
    Come out you cowardly Southrons come on out and fight
    He cried I’m only joking when he heard the armalite

    And it’s down in Charlotte that’s where I long to be
    Lying in the dark with the Southron company
    A comrade on my left and another one on my right
    And a mag of ammunition for my little armalite

    Well the army came to visit me it was in the early hours
    With Bradley’s and M113’s and Stryker armoured cars
    They thought they had me cornered but I gave them all a fright
    With the armour piercing bullets of my little armalite

    And it’s down in Richmond that’s where I long to be
    Lying in the dark with the Southron company
    A comrade on my left and another one on my right
    and a mag of ammunition for my little armalite

    When Harry came to Clark County to see the battle won
    The BLM had told him we’ve got them on the run
    But Deputies and Agents while on patrol at night
    Saying remember Bundy’s Ranch and the bloody armalite

    And it’s down in Austin that’s where I long to be
    Lying in the dark with the Southron company
    A comrade on my left and another one on my right
    And a mag of ammunition for my little armalite

    That’s it. Obviously you can change the words around to be whatever you like, but you get the gist of what I’m trying to do.That last verse, about Bundy’s Ranch for instance, could be anything, but that’s the closest thing to a battle we’ve had since Reconstruction ended. All the cities I named are Southern cities that have been invested with Yankees and foreigners. I might make more, if y’all are enjoying it.

    • Jeff Traube

      Logan, With apologies to Innis Randolph, here’s my ‘in your face’ to California from Mississippi:

      I’m a good ole Rebel soldier, now that’s just what I am

      For the California libtards, I do not give a damn

      As for Southern independence, I only wish we’d won

      And I won’t apologize for anything we done

      I hates the Pinko Judges, and the slanted press

      I hates homo marriage, and illegal immigrant mess

      I hates the NSA, with all thar’ spying fuss

      And the lying thieving liberals, I hates ‘em wuss and wuss

      I hates the Yankee nation and Everything they do

      I hates fightin foreign wars, and Kim Kardashian too

      I hates affirmative action and tearing down our flag

      Rule by Carpetbagger, Freedmen and Scalowag

      Grandpap fought with Wheeler, goin’ to War with Spain

      But I thinks Yanks blew up Lusitania, along with the Maine

      They also wants a Canal, linkin’ the big blue sea

      Secession for Panama – not us, hypocrites they be

      Yankees come a preachin’ segregation go away

      Now cities filled with crime, drugs, decay

      And them libtards who won’t just leave things be

      Skedaddlin to the suburbs, lickety-split they flee

      LBJ, Carter and Clinton ain’t good Southern bets

      Tramplin’ Constitution and drowning us in debts

      I fights for States Rights with Eastland standing tall

      Vardaman, Rankin and Bilbo, Mississippians they all

      Three hundred thousand Yankees is stiff in Southern dust

      That’s what it cost ol’ Abe to try and conquer us

      I can’t grab my weapon and shoot ‘em up some more

      But I ain’t gonna love ‘em, thats for certain sure

      Them Callies a’sayin our flag has got to go

      Maybe we should give that state back to Mexico

      I don’t want no pardon for what I was and am

      And I won’t be Reconstructed, and I do not give a damn

  • gah

    The SC LoS used to be very active. They had their Red Shirts who were always out fighting back by organizing demonstrations throughout the state, but I haven’t heard about them for quite awhile.

    • Logan Smith

      Their website is dead too. It hasn’t been updated since, like, 2008 or something.

    • Long Live Dixie

      Were you at the demonstration in Greer last December?

    • Michael

      We are trying to get the SC LS back active again. Our new website is SCLeague.org.


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