You Find the League of the South in the Strangest Places: CNN and the Institute on the Constitution

The League of the South appears to be leading the media defense of the Confederate flag. Tonight I watched the South Carolina LoS chairman Pat Hines try to defend the Confederate flag on CNN (I'll get video when I can)."We think it's a memorial to our ancestors who fought to stop an invasion." Pat Hines, SC League of the South pic.twitter.com/dvt9IDeRtP— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) June 23, 2015At one point near the end, Hines wondered why another guest (a South … [Read more...]

League of the South Defends Man Who Inspired Charleston Church Killer Dylann Roof

Unbelievable. Michael Hill posted the following in light of evidence that a League member named Kyle Rogers had an influence on Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof: The League of the South supports our friend and compatriot, Kyle Rogers, of the Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC), who is being lambasted by the left-wing media for turning Dylann Roof, the young man arrested for the Charleston church shooting, into a “white nationalist.”From our point of view, all Mr. Rogers has done is … [Read more...]

League of the South Plans April Celebration of Lincoln’s Assassination

As I reported recently, the League of the South president Michael Hill announced their plan to celebrate the life of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth. Plans are apparently coming together for an April celebration in Maryland. According to Hunter Wallace: We’ve been getting a lot of publicity from the media for announcing that we are going to hold a public celebration of Lincoln’s assassination, but it is something that many of us have done privately for years now.Note: This event will be h … [Read more...]

League of the South President Lauds Michael Peroutka’s County Council Victory

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As noted earlier today, former League of the South board member and founder of the theocratic Institute on the Constitution, Michael Peroutka, won the District 5 County Council race in Anne Arundel County MD.His friend Michael Hill, president of the League of the South, offered his congratulations to Peroutka on the League's Facebook page.   … [Read more...]

League of the South President: Relish Being a White Supremacist

In what is probably one of the clearest statements of the white supremacist views of the League of the South, organization president Michael Hill penned an article calling on League members to relish the white supremacist views of their Southern heroes. Anne Arundel County Council candidate and proud League of the South member Michael Peroutka told a news conference audience that he repudiated racists in the League and would pray for them. Well, he does know Michael Hill so he has some … [Read more...]

League of the South’s President Outlines Targets for Coming Guerrilla War

Michael Hill is the president of the League of the South. The League of the South should be an organization which exists only in history books. However, it exists and actually has a political candidate masquerading as a Republican in the Anne Arundel County (MD) Council race, Michael Peroutka.Hill (similar to David Barton) recently penned a defense of private citizens owning whatever weapons the military owns in order for citizens to defend themselves against a tyrannical government. And, … [Read more...]

Candidates for Maryland County Council Get Blessing of League of the South’s President

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Institute on the Constitution's Owner/Director Michael Peroutka and Senior Instructor David Whitney will face voters Tuesday in the Republican and Democratic primaries respectively for the chance to face each other in the election for Anne Arundel County Council.  The Baltimore Sun profiled them on Saturday and shed some light on their relationship with the white separatist group League of the South.Last June, Peroutka joined the board of the League of the South and Whitney is the chaplain o … [Read more...]

League of the South Laments Removal of Racist Icon from Georgia Capitol

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In life -- especially later life, Tom E. Watson was a racist politician who found support among white Georgians. In death, he continues to find support from a cadre of white Southerners who want to turn back the clock. However, time marches on and Tom Watson's statue has been removed from a place of prominence in front of the Georgia Capitol.  While African-American legislators and their supporters are happy about this turn of events, the white nationalist group League of the South laments the … [Read more...]


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