Harold Crews and Brad Griffin, of Occidental Dissent, discuss two of the most recent political battles for nationalists. They begin by discussing New Orleans. The primary part of the review of that event being the divisions between the Alt-Right and the Alt-Lite. The Alt-Right ended up being caught between the Anti-Fa, anti-whites, and Anti-Southerners and various individuals and groups of the Alt-Lite civic nationalists. For the second third of the conversation Harold describes the events of May 13th in Charlottesville, Virginia. This event was in defense of Southern heritage by various nationalists groups. Harold and Brad briefly mention the event by the Alt-Lite in Boston, Massachusetts. The last third of the podcast focuses on the coming battles over monuments in Orlando, Florida and St. Louis, Missouri.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin the podcast discussing the Pikeville, Kentucky, event held on April 28th and 29th. This event was a meeting of several nationalist organizations to speak to and for the forgotten people of Pikeville in Eastern Kentucky. Mostly they go into the League’s role in the event particularly as to the public demonstration held at the County Courthouse on Saturday afternoon. They go into the need for all nationalist organizations to work together. Although our differences cannot be ignored the time for infighting has passed. Dr. Hill then provides some background and plans for the coming New Orleans event on May 6th and 7th. Lastly Harold speaks briefly on the anticipated May 12th event in Charlottesville, Virginia.