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    Demonstrating in Tallahassee

    The Florida League of the South demonstrated for Florida State sovereignty in Tallahassee in January, 2018.

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What is the Florida League of the South

The Florida League of the South is a Southern nationalist organization whose ultimate goal is a free and independent Florida republic. While political independence ranks highly among our goals, we are also a religious and social movement, advocating a return to a more traditional, conservative Christian-oriented Southern culture.

Most organizations founder because they lack self-definition and a definite goal. To reach our goal, we intend to create the climate for a free Florida among our people by 1) de-legitimating the American Empire at every opportunity; 2) by proving our willingness to be servant-leaders to the Southern people; and 3) by making The Florida League of the South a strong, viable organization that will lead us to Florida’s independence.

 

The League of the South in Tallahassee, January 27th 2018

The League of the South had held a few events since Shelbyville, perhaps a social occasion or two and some participation in a few smaller demonstrations, but nothing major and nothing that we had the opportunity for which to participate. So for several weeks we looked forward to the planned Florida State Sovereignty rally in Tallahassee. Even better, this one was so close to home that we only had to visit a gas station once all weekend.

We spent a few hours Tuesday and Wednesday cruising the websites of Antifa and other Leftist organizations, and found not one mention of the League’s rally plans at the Old Florida State Capitol building at the intersection of South Monroe Street and the Apalachee Parkway. Not until Thursday did we hear that the Jewish agitators at the SPLC had made a notice of our rally on their website. But even more insipid than their articles, which are always written in a manner so as to cause alarm and encourage donations, are the uninspired comments made by an army of barely-literate Marxists.

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