The League of the South has unveiled its second ‘secede’ billboard, this time in Montgomery, Alabama. The first ‘secede’ billboard went up in Tallahassee, Florida, provoked a response from the Florida Chamber of Commerce (which put up its own ‘succeed’ billboard nearby), made television news and was covered by many media outlets. The latest League billboard comes on the heels of a successful demonstration in Montgomery against the Southern Poverty Law Center, a far-Left and anti-White organisation which is currently suing the State in Federal court because of its popular law defining marriage in traditional terms. That demonstration was covered by newspapers from San Francisco to Boston and by local television and radio stations as well. On June 27-28 the League will hold its national conference in nearby Wetumpka, Alabama.
Note: The picture below is courtesy of Occidental Dissent.