Saturday, January 31, 2009


I have watched over the last couple of years as our government and it's agencies have been enlisted and utilized by the greedy bankers and wall street thugs. They have diligently worked hand in hand to craft the rules of the game in a way to reap a bountiful harvest off the backs of millions of honest working and middle class people and in the process have sewn the seeds of despair and anger throughout the lengths and depths of our country. What has been over looked by these pilgrims is that while they gathered in their ill gains they could not harvest our spirits. The American people are for the most part good and decent folks just like you and me given to fair play and live and let live attitudes, but they also possess a deep rooted spirit of independence and a strong dislike of being bamboozled by the very people who are sworn and obligated to run our institutions in a way that is fair with equal opportunities for all. When the evidence is laid bare and there is no doubt that we have been railroaded by these groups then it will not be long until there will be hell to pay. So when the facilitators of all this mischief becomes more clear everyday and with each function of our lives that is disrupted only serves to bring the day of reckoning closer. You had better know that if you are not with us you are against us and that sooner or later you will be called to answer for the devious and greedy behavior that has resulted in so much unnecessary suffering and disruption of our lives. The retribution that will be exacted could take many forms and the methods will vary but in the end the seeds that have been sewn will produce a bitter crop for all those malevolent planters and harvesters. Glenn Nunley. North Florida.


For Immediate Release
January 31,2009
Re: Congress passes “bailout” legislation
The League of the South, the only existing Southern nationalist organization, condemns in the strongest possible way the “bailout” legislation passed by both houses of the U.S. Congress.
League President Dr. Michael Hill noted: “Giving three-quarters of a trillion dollars of taxpayer-guaranteed funds to the very people who caused this financial crisis in the first place is not only irresponsible, it is insane. It would be a sweet deal indeed to go to Vegas and be able to keep your winnings but throw your losses on to someone else’s shoulders. Essentially, what has been done is to allow the bankers to keep their profits in good times and make the American taxpayer responsible for their losses in bad times. This legislation was pushed through the House and Senate by a campaign of fear mongering. There was even talk of a declaration of martial law if the House didn’t pass the Senate’s version of the bailout bill.”
The League believes that the passage of the bailout legislation will serve only to cover the crisis temporarily and make the final day of financial and economic reckoning even worse. Moreover, the League sees this as a major step toward socialism in the American economy.
Hill stated that he hoped “the Southern people would wake up and see that both major political parties are bought and paid for by the banking and business elites and that the current American empire is not worthy of their consent and support. Instead of protecting their lives, liberty, and property, the regime is robbing them blind.”
Since its inception in 1994, the League has sought to advance the cultural, social, economic, and political well being and independence of the Southern people by all honorable means. It believes this stand is necessary now more than ever.
The League of the South, the premier Southern nationalist organization, can be reached for comment by phone at (800) 888-3163 or by e-mail at


Can You Imagine? We Can!

The South Carolina legislature convened on November 19, 1832 to adopt an ordinance of nullification. The issue that was being considered was a tariff that had been enacted by the Congress. The South Carolina legislature decreed that the tariff was “unauthorized by the Constitution of the United States, and violated the true meaning and intent thereof.”
Please concentrate and think about what you just read. A state legislature nullified a federal law that it deemed had violated the true meaning and intent of the United States Constitution.
Can you imagine living in a country whereby the people, through their state legislatures, are empowered to nullify unlawful decrees from the federal government? That was the nation that was founded in 1776.
That nation no longer exists. Today the federal government decides the boundaries of its own powers with no regard for Constitutional limits. Corrupt politicians and corrupt judges consistently treat the original intent of the Constitution as a mere relic of the past.
We seek to reestablish our forefathers long lost form of government. Hopefully, you do as well.
If so, we ask…is it more likely that the federal government will grant to the people the liberties they’ve previously taken and are currently denying, or is it more likely that the people will have to reclaim those lost liberties for themselves through their duly elected state representatives?
Based on the conduct of our federal government with its ever increasing tentacles and increasing control over our lives, isn’t it clear that it will never grant us the freedoms they’ve stolen? Quite the contrary, they will only take more.
The League of the South is dedicated to restoring the form of government described in the Declaration of Independence, that is, a government that derives its just powers from the consent of the governed.
We also believe that the South is the only region of the country interested in such a form of government. Moreover, we are convinced that if the South were left to govern itself according to its will, the form of government established in 1776 would instantly reappear and flourish. Why? Because in the heart of every true Southerner, a reverence for God resides that does not exist in other areas of the nation.
The natural fruit of this reverence is a form of government in which the government is not God. That is, if the government’s decrees violate the precepts of the bible, they are nullified by the people. Thus we are focused on uniting the South to eventually elect representatives that will follow the example of the South Carolina legislature in the early days of our republic.
Our forefathers have shown us the way. It’s now up to us. It’s up to you. Click on this site to learn more. DixieNet.Org Glenn Nunley. North Florida.

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