Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin with a discussion on the quickly approaching League Conference in Wetumpka, Alabama on June 23rd and the 24th. They cover some of the speakers at the Conference, admission cost, the bbq dinner and demonstration on Saturday, and most importantly the great fellowship. They they jump into what looks to be a long hot summer of violence across the US. Aside from the normal violence expected from blacks this year it will be heightened because of the US presidential election. The violence that has taken place against Trump supporters is expected to continue at least through the election in November. Dr. Hill speaks on how this year resembles the 1968 election and in particular the violence at the Democratic Party Convention of that year and how this year's GOP Convention in majority black Cleveland promises to be turbulent. To finish up the discussion Harold and Dr. Hill discuss how our people should prepare to defend themselves and others in the face of violence whether it's merely criminal or political.