Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, discuss the history of the League and the trajectory to its current position and goals as a Southern nationalist organization. Dr. Hill begins with a brief description of the founding of the League in 1994 and how the outlook of its founders formed the League's initial world-view. Some historical and political context is provided from from the Clinton Era. Dr. Hill then goes onto relate how the League began to change from a primarily civic nationalist organization to a ethno-nationalist organization beginning in the late 1990's until it was fully an ethno-nationalist organization by 2008. Dr. Hill and Harold then go into some of the League's recent allies with their similarities and differences with the League. The discussion is wound up with the importance of being Southern nationalist first and then and only then advocating a particular form of government whose purpose is to advance Southern nationalism and what is good for the Southern people.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent, discuss current events. They begin with a conversation of the recently released ADL "Hate List." The ADL released its list of its top thirty-six "haters" in the US this week. Those listed are all members of either the Alt-Right or the Alt-Lite. Brad being one of those named. Harold and Brad go on to speak on the differences between those listed and go into particular detail as to how despite the depths to which some of those named pander in regards to anti-racism and Zionism that they still were placed on the list of racists and anti-Semites. Brad and Harold then speak on the approaching Charlottesville Unite The Right Rally on August 12th. Attention is given to the expected turnout, the expected opposition turnout, the quality of that that turnout, and some security precautions. Harold and Brad briefly go into the Somali police shooting of a white Australian woman in Minnesota. They finish up by announcing Brad's new position in the League as Press Officer.
Harold Crews and Mark Thomey, board member for the League of the South, discuss several topics. They begin with a conversation on the importance of Christianity as a central part of Western and in particular Southern identity. The discussion begins as a comparison between the role of Christianity in Poland which is for all practical purposes an ethno-state for Poles and Germany which has rejected ethno-nationalism and has instead embraced multi-culturalism. Naturally this led to them speaking on the recent G-20 Summit in Europe and the immense scale of Anti-FA violence in Hamburg, Germany. Mark and Harold then go onto the topic of the upcoming Charlottesville, Virginia, event “Unite the Right” to be held on August 12th. In particular they converse about the likelihood for Anti-FA and other Leftists violence to take place at that event and the complicity of the City officials in encouraging Leftist violence.
Harold Crews and Brad Giffin of Occidental Dissent, discuss the upcoming Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12th. They start with some background information on some of the recent rallies over the past couple of months from Charlottesville, Pikeville, Auburn, Gainsville, Houston, and Austin. Harold and Brad talk on the likelihood of Anti-FA or similar groups showing up to oppose the rally in Charlottesville. But the primary discussion involves the three main opponents of the nationalist and Alt-Right. Those being Oak Keepers and similar organizations, the Alt-Lite, and White Nationalists 1.0. Brad goes into detail on the differences in different aspects of the Alt-Lite and the differences between White Nationalism 1.0 and the Al-Right.