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The official podcast from the League of the South. The oldest and premier Southern nationalist organization. We are an ethno-nationalist organization. We seek the survival, well being, and independence of the Southern people by all honorable means.
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Now displaying: July, 2016
Jul 31, 2016

Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin the discussion on the recent terrorist and immigrant attacks taking place in Europe. All of which the governments in Europe are complicit through the encouragement of immigration; the lax law enforcement against immigrants; and the oppression of nationalist whites. Then the discussion turns to the war against whites taking place in the U.S. through higher immigrant crime rates; Muslim terrorism; high Negro crime rates; the radicalization of Negroes; and the risk of Muslim terrorist and Negroes joining forces. All of which amounts to a low level dirty war against the Western world and white people in particular. The last part of the discussion is on the various methods of resistance.

Jul 12, 2016

Harold Crews and Brad Griffin discuss recent events taking place during the first part of July. Specifically they talk about sever recent police shootings of black males by police officers in Tupelo, Mississippi, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Falcon Heights, Minnesota. They then go into the Black Lives Matter response in regards to the "peaceful" protests and also into the politically motivated murders of white police officers and civilians and the anti-white hatred being stirred up against whites. Most of the conversation concerns the shootings in Dallas by Micah X. Johnson but also discussed are some of the follow-up shootings of police after Dallas.

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