We are Southerners, or Dixians, as some of us have come to call ourselves, who dare to resist our own genocide. We are the descendants of the European (overwhelmingly British) settlers who tamed this part of North America, who fought hostile natives and built a great civilization in what was previously wilderness territory. Now we are the natives and we face both subversive and overtly hostile invaders and our hireling leaders have sided with the enemy. It’s a recipe for interesting times.

We are a distinct ethnic group from the descendants of the Puritans who settled New England and who re-annexed us into their expanding empire over 150 years ago. The good news for us is they have created much debt, many enemies and failed to have enough children to replace themselves. In short, that empire is crumbling.

Our ethnic identity and the long term flourishing of our ethnic nation (the only true nation we will ever be members of) is the rightful foundation on which our political ideology should be based. On that foundation, these core positions have come to the forefront:

1) We are “Dixie First” before the American Empire and before any other nation, including Israel.

2) We present ourselves as a distinct ethnic group among the nations of the world.

3) The land of Dixie is our rightful territorial claim and we promote it as such.

4) We seek political sovereignty for our people within Dixieland, our homeland.

5) We encourage above replacement fertility for Dixians.

6) We discourage miscegenation between Dixians and other ethnic groups.

7) We promote patriarchy and hetero-cis normative culture for Dixie, embracing the differences between the two sexes in form, psyche and function.

8) We embrace Christianity as Dixie’s dominant religion and seek to establish it over all other religions/non religions in public matters.

9) While industrial centers, ports and cities meet many material needs, the farm, the homestead and the small town are our cultural base and should remain so.

10) We deny equality among men and endorse hierarchy among men as the only just and sustainable way to govern our nation. While it is still possible to go wrong with hierarchy, it is impossible to go right with egalitarianism.

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  1. I’m just discovering your site, this owing to your articles on Brad Griffin’s website. Being a fellow Confederate, though from North Carolina, I’ll do what I can do to support you. God bless you and yours!

  2. I am a Copperhead from Lake Superior who spent 20 years down South (VA, GA, LA, TN, NC and SC) and I wish you all the best. Just remember that had Lincoln not arrested Northern newspaper editors for “sedition,” and sent troops to threaten the Maryland legislature, much of the North and the border states would have been very sympathetic to Southern independence and views, especially on race. The Second Klan boomed up north. I would be happy to see the Stars and Bars flyover the entire country, and not see the South leave.

  3. I would like to know more about this site (I just discovered it). I am Southern and will always be. Born and reared in Mississippi, married in Louisiana and lived in Texas the past 40 years. I have instructed my son that at my funeral, there are two songs I would like to be sung. 1. “Blessed Assurance” and 2.”Dixie.” And Dick Chenny can kiss my you-know-what if he doesn’t like it. I do a little writing and my WS is devoted to the South http://www.paulhyarbrough.com I, too am disturbed about the way the South continues to be attacked. But i would like to know more about this site.

  4. Just found this site,I am Southwest Virginia born and bred..lived in South
    Georgia a long time. I am very ashamed and disturbed at the path Virginia has taken in these tumultuous times for our Southern way of life. I believe secession is our only hope of survival. I find myself increasingly at odds with the USA…I have always felt that my first loyality should be to the Southland. I now know how General LEE felt when he decided he must leave the US military and defend his Virginia home.. DIXIE FOREVER !

  5. There is NO honor celebrating a White Supremacist Government with a Slave Based Economy. If you have a little common sence and decency you would probably already know that. I’ve seen these “Confederate Heritage” organizations marching along side Nazis and the KKK way too many times. If that’s your cup of tea then shame on you.

    1. You spelled SENSE wrong which is ironic as you seem to have little to none of that anyways. You should get back to humping your housepet and leave the commenting for those who walk upright.

  6. The Articles of Confederation required a unanimous vote for changes (not 3/4) Therefore the Constitution was a secession document itself–as were the various declarations of independence prior to The Declaration of Independence in Union. The 13 sovereign states signed 13 separate treaties with the British Crown–not one. The states never would have ratified the Constitution with the knowledge that they were becoming mere corporations in an amalgamated single state.

    1. “The states never would have ratified the Constitution with the knowledge that they were becoming mere corporations in an amalgamated single state.” And you base that on? Especially when you consider that they entered a perpetual union with the Articles of Confederation. Also, no. The treaty of Paris, at least the American portion, was accepted on behalf of the Continental Congress. If what you say is true, there would be things like documents to support it. Plus eight more representatives at the negotiations. I mean, the very first article of the very single treaty was British recognition of the United States, namely the former 13 colonies. The first sentence of the Preamble also destroys your theory of thirteen separate treaties. “It having pleased the Divine Providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, duke of Brunswick and Lunebourg, arch-treasurer and prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire etc., and of the United States of America.”

      Regardless of the stipulations of the Articles of Confederation, if you are going to be consistent, you must accept that the US Constitution was entered into by the several states with the intent of being a more perfect union of the last one.

      1. There are articles to support it. check out the treaty. and if you will read the document you will see the states are referred to as plural states (as Jefferson stated) and not a single state. The preamble wrote it the way it is styled because use they did not know if all the states were coming in—namely R.I. and N.C.

      2. Even to this day we are the “United States of America.” That does not mean that a treaty was brokered with each individual state. Furthermore, under the Articles of Confederation, the instrument of government under which the US brokered the Treat of Paris in 1783, it explicitly states that the general government i.e. the fed conducts foreign policy on behalf of the states.

        What is actually being admitted in the Treaty of Paris is that Great Britain is relinquishing the claims that each of those now states had previously as colonies i.e. the immense western expansion.

        Also, that is complete bunk. Rhode Island and North Carolina ratified the Articles of Confederation on February 9, 1778 and April 5, 1778.

        I think you mean the Constitution, which is irrelevant since a) contrary to your first assertion the Confederation Congress DID have the authority to alter the Articles to the extent of producing a new constitution and b) the Constitution was not the instrument of government in place when the Treaty of Paris was ratified.

  7. (@Stephen) Go copulate with yourself, bluebelly scumbag. Be sure and tell your old lady I have her panties she left at the hotel last night.

  8. It always perplexes me why people who have NOTHING in common with an online organization, feel the need to spend their time logging into it and bashing it. I see these retards (and yes…they ARE retards in a sense) spewing stuff that truthfully makes NO DIFFERENCE now. The war of NORTHERN AGGRESSION is over. It’s finished and there’s no way to change the outcome but let’s all be honest with OURSELVES more than anything. The Confederacy might have lost the war but it seems to me that STATES’ RIGHTS is an underlying issue in this country TO THIS DAY. Therefore, my question is DID THE UNION REALLY WIN THE WAR? With states moving toward the legalization of marijuana, it would seem that States’ Rights’ is still alive and kicking in this modern age. Not only that, several states and cities are citing themselves as ‘sanctuaries’ DESPITE the present administration vowing NOT to acknowledge that status. Is this not a form of ‘in your face’ States’ Rights and if so, does that not mean that there seems to be a little misinformation being spread about who REALLY won that war?

    1. It always perplexes me that people will idealize a time when the United States not only enslaved other human beings with the same fundamental, God given rights inherent in human nature from the time of Adam, but also the time when such a travesty was justified by the dehumanization of human persons. Indeed, there is no hardly a difference between the slave owner and the abortionist or the Nazi. All dehumanize in order to exploit another human being for social and financial gain. And that, the enslavement and dehumanization another human being is cornerstone and foundation of the Confederacy and any attempt to revive such a monstrous creature from the depths of human shame needs to face the realities that they perpetrate an Antichrist.

      What makes a difference now is the idea that “Dixie” and the ethnic segregationism that was the ill-begotten fruit of its perverted loins being established again is a notion no self-respecting Christian or decent human being can or should endure. Instead, it should be met with all the tenacity of Sherman’s march to the sea. The physical institutions of that long dead monster are gone and it is the duty of every God fearing Christian to eradicate the philosophical ones as well. Not forget them, but challenge them and condemn them for the putrid rot of Satan that they are.

      You speak of states rights. What about the inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? In this you reveal the hypocrisy in this renewed devotion to the demonic spirits of racism and dehumanization that animated the old Confederacy. You extol the rights of states but it is at the expense of inalienable, God-given, human rights. Contrary to what a court may say, there ARE rights that a white man need respect.

      And in the end, this diversion on states rights is merely product of the myths concocted–by a Yankee no less–that the Civil War was about states rights; it was about slavery. Regardless of anyone’s overt motives in the north, the motive of the south was made clear and their cornerstone explicit: slavery and the perpetual preservation thereof.

      1. “with the same fundamental, God given rights inherent in human nature from the time of Adam”

        “What about the inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?”

        “at the expense of inalienable, God-given, human rights.”

        Why should I believe in your dogma about all these God-given inalienable rights? I don’t know how we could know empirically whether God gives any of these rights (sounds like hogwash to me), but we sure can observe empirically that they are not inalienable.

      2. It is the essential dogma of Christianity, regardless of sect or creed, that Sacred Scripture is the revelation and word of God. This blog purports a belief in Christianity. Christianity, from the very pages of Holy Writ, endowed all men with an inalienable dignity, a dignity that is abrogated solely through man’s sinfulness but endures into eternity.

        Second, if you do not believe that, you should say so. Though it would make sense that the godless would believe in such perversions as racism.

  9. Dark King Stephen, the reason Lincoln wanted the south to remain in the Union was to get their taxes. Slavery didn’t enter Lincoln’s mind to use as part of the war until the last year of the war. Btw, northerners also had slaves, just no beautiful plantations. The Civil War was the fed gov fighting their own ppl, it happened here once & will happen gain. It already has in other nations..

    1. Slavery was in his mind, though he was like most moderate abolitionists that slavery would end on its own.

      Andrew Jackson had made it quite clear in the Nullification Crisis that the union was perpetual, that no state had a constitutional right to secede, and that the federal government had the right and duty to bring dissident states back in.

      Considering that the two tax policies Lincoln did implement–the Morrill tarrif and the 1861 income tax–were after the secession and wouldn’t have effected the South much anyway, your argument is anachronistic.

      By “northerners” I do you mean Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky? Because there was no slavery above the Mason-Dixon line after 1850 with abolition of slavery in DC.

      1. Delaware was a slave-owning state, even during the War of Northern Aggression.

        How many slaves did Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation actually set free?

        It was not binding in a foreign country (CSA).

        Lincoln was as much concerned w slaves’ well being as he was handsome.

  10. While I agree slavery is wrong, to say the south had no right to secede is ridiculous. It is to suggest that slaves had no legal right to escape either. When ever a people are oppressed they have the natural right to escape or fight their oppressor. Slaves and Confederates should be free to live.

  11. What are your views towards a Christian theocracy? Would a free Dixie be a Christian theocracy making all other regions illegal?

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