On May 13th, Richard Spencer, Sam Dickson, Mike Enoch, Nathan Damigo and members of several groups including: Identity Evropa, Vanguard America, League of the South, The Traditionalist Worker’s Party, Identity Dixie, etc., stood together to let the world know, our people WILL NOT BE REPLACED. Removing statues is simply a foreshadowing of what the (((Marxist))) memory hole wishes to vanquish; the European people. Sensing the direction of these anti-White actions, our people have motivated to preempt any further progress our enemies seek. The Robert E. Lee monument, and others across the South, as you have already seen, are already being taken down in the name of, “inclusion.”
On the 6th of May, myself and a group of hard-chargers drove 15 hours to defend our people at the base of the General Robert E. Lee monument in New Orleans, Louisiana. On the way down we knew we would be outnumbered by a government supported rabble of r-selected bugs, none the wiser to anything other than we were White, and they want that gone. It could have been a statue of Lincoln for all they care. Whether Southern or Cascadian, Christian or Pagan, German or Welsh, they see us as all the same: 255 bland White. The richness of our blood and soil will largely only be cherished by us, the Southern people. For this we fight.
Southern Fascism is showing up with your legally armed and regulated militia to protest the proposed building of a mosque in your town, succeeding in shutting the muslim colonizers down, and later that night enjoying your victory around a bonfire. Southern Fascism is walking into an invader owned store just to tell them to get the hell out of your state, and then driving the extra miles to support your fellow White man, thanking him for his service each and every time you frequent his business. Southern Fascism is denying the charities for Haiti and North Africa, in order to donate to your own folk when they need a helping hand.
I had the honor of attending the Traditionalist Worker Party’s Pikeville, Kentucky event April 28-29. The goal of the event was to shed light on the working class of Pikeville, left in the wake of a deindustrialized coal industry. Only White Nationalist groups care about the plight of the working class White man and his family, don’t you know?