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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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Dec 29, 2016

Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin the podcast with a discussion on the renewal of the NDAA or National Defense Authorization Act that was recently passed by Congress and signed by Obama. A provision of which empowers the Federal government to police media for foreign "influence" or "disinformation" for censorship. This provision came in after months of the Left pushing the concept of "fake news" to discredit anti-establishment media and the incoming Trump administration. This attempt at media control is part of a long term attack on dissident media. Other topics discussed were the wish on Twitter by a Drexel University professor for white genocide and the backlash that followed. Then Harold gives a brief run-down on the failed attempt by the Democratic Party in North Carolina to repeal HB2. Lastly they talk on the upcoming events in the League.

Dec 15, 2016

Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent and Harold Crews in this first podcast after the US elections discuss the Trump nominations up through December 13th to various Cabinet positions and advisory positions for the incoming Trump administration. Brad goes over his thoughts for each nominee in regards to each nominee's background and what wing of the GOP each nominee originates. Brad and Harold speak on which of the nominees is more of a nationalist and populist and which are more conventional GOP conservatives. There being more of the later than the former.

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