by William Flowers
On Saturday November 23, 2013 at the State Capitol building in Atlanta, the League of the South and the Council of Conservative Citizens hosted a joint ‘Stand With Tom Watson Rally’. The purpose of the event was to voice displeasure and show public opposition to a recent executive order signed by Governor Nathan Deal which authorizes the removal of the historic Tom Watson statute from its current position of prominence near the front entrance of the Capitol. Governor Deal claims the statue is a ‘safety issue’ which will impede future renovations, however, it seems much more likely that this is yet another example of caving to pressures applied by Cultural Marxists and leftist political organizations. Not surprisingly, the news of the upcoming removal of Tom Watson’s statue has raised cheers of victory from Representative Tyrone Brooks, a man who would like to fancy himself a popular advocate of the people of Georgia, but who seems to have nothing but shameful disdain and hatred for the historic legacy of their greatest leaders, as evidenced by his own words. The following statement reveals that Rep. Brooks sees no problem with statues of historical figures adorning the Capitol grounds, so long as none of them serve to honor Southern Folk of European descent, as that would be seen as ‘offensive’:
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To all of our friends in Georgia, this is your chance to stand shoulder to shoulder with Southern Nationalists and voice your opposition to the removal of Tom Watson’s statue, yet another assault upon the heritage and history of our Folk. Join us on the steps of the Capitol in Atlanta, GA on November 23, 2013 and ‘Stand With Tom Watson’!
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Gov. Nathan Deal of Georgia recently issued an executive order to remove the statue of Tom Watson from its traditional place on the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta.
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“Is it possible?”
In this short article I will try to answer this question: Is it possible for Georgia to exist independent of the United States? First we will look at what seems to be on everyone’s mind, that is, the economic meltdown. Then we will look at the political question wrapped around the moral question of size and scale. Then a brief look at our culture. And I’ll wrap up with a look at what Georgia would lose if we left the Union.
For those of us who pay attention to the world around us it is obvious that our current economic situation is unsustainable. We don’t have to look far to see economic disaster. The housing bubble along with its many gambling schemes, the unemployment rate which is probably at 20%; not the questionable figures announced daily by the official propaganda ministries of the Corrupt Washington government. Take a trip to the grocery store and look at the pricing of basic everyday foods. Have these prices increased over the last year? Why? Because the volume of money in circulation has increased. Inflation of the money supply causes each dollar to be worth less. So, it takes more money to buy a particular product.
On 24 of August 2013 the League of the South staged successful demonstrations in Uvalda and Vidalia, Georgia. The Southern nationalist organisation protested the pro-amnesty mayor of Uvalda, Paul Bridges, and the displacement of the Southern people. For supporting the local people of Georgia and opposing their demographic displacement the event’s several dozen participants have been labeled ‘neo-Nazis’, ‘extremists’, ‘racists’ and ‘terrorists’ by Left-wing groups such as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Anti-Defamation League.