Today is the 21st anniversary of the founding of the League of the South. The League was founded in Tuscaloosa, Alabama by professors, lawyers, community organizers, and locals. It was established to work towards the preservation of the South folk through secession from the Federal empire. With no desire to work within the system or attempt to reform it, the League has been a triumphant light in the darkness of Federal tyranny, rising tides of multiculturalism, and the globalists who seek to destroy our people and our unique civilization.
The South has long shared the dream of many different groups of white nationalists. While the work of men like Harold Covington and others to create a new mythology of symbols, rallying cries, and identity are all done with a purity of love for the white race and her hope for survival, there always appears to be a core component missing, and that component is blood. The blood that runs in our veins that unites us with the folk, both in sacrifice for a cause greater than ourselves, and the organic tie to the land in which our folk has lived, worked, and died on. It is this connection, stronger than any amount of money or influence that can move a group towards bucking what by all means seems as the safe option, and be willing to put it all on the line. As League of the South leader and personal mentor, Dr. Michael Hill, spoke of in his remarks at the conference this past weekend, our battle call must be ” Kith and kin . . . blood and soil!”