Editor’s Note: I counted 20 people on our side in Apopka. More had planned to come but were deterred by the bad weather which didn’t clear up until around noon. It looked for a while like we were finally going to get rained out.
Three things stand out about Apopka: first, the R.A.S.H. anti-fa affiliated with One People’s Project didn’t even bother to show up; second, even in an Orlando suburb in metropolitan Central Florida, an area which has been culturally transformed by millions of Northern transplants, anti-fa range from weak to non-existent on the ground; third, and most significantly, our message was more warmly received in Apopka than in most other places we have been.
I guess I shouldn’t be surprised. For over a year now, we’ve seen no evidence that “anti-fa” are anything but a paper tiger in the South. Even in Philadelphia, “anti-fa” are getting outnumbered in the streets by active White Nationalists these days. All of this makes me wonder what the White Nationalist movement would be like today if it was just marginally more active and organized in the real world.
For twenty years, a wildly unreasonable estimate of the strength of the opposition has kept White Nationalism bottled up on the internet. If something like this can be done in Orlando, I don’t see why similar demonstrations could not be organized in the Northern and Western states.
Today, the Florida League of the South hosted a demonstration against immigration in Apopka, Florida. The hardcore of the hardcore came out despite bad weather conditions. The event was well attended with Southern Nationalist activists from all over Dixie including veteran activists from Alabama, Georgia, and especially Florida.
The purpose of the event was to highlight and protest the massive wave of third world aliens being transported to the Central Florida area by the federal government. The illegal alien population in Florida is now estimated at around 950,000 or around 5% of Florida’s population. The latter places Florida as the fourth highest concentration of illegal aliens. What is being done to the Southern people in Florida is nothing short of premeditated ethnic replacement.
Recently, the Hope Community Center has even processed illegal alien children from Central America that have been bused to the Central Florida area by the federal government.
With unemployment hovering at around 9.7% in the Central Florida area, the incursion of foreigners is not only burdensome to the State and local governments, but they also weaken local economies. Foreigners steal the jobs that should rightly go to the hard working Southern people of Florida. Around a million people in Florida are seeking a job; interestingly enough this number equals the amount of illegal aliens present.
League of the South members took a stand for their people today in spite of the pouring rain. The locals of Apopka were very warm and receptive to League members and their message. The positive sentiment is congruent with a new Zogby poll stating that 83% of Floridians believe that illegal aliens have a negative impact on their State. There were many enthusiastic responses from the passing traffic. Of interesting note was one black truck driver who made a point to stop in the road and wave a Confederate Battle Flag out the window in support of League members.
Conspicuously missing was the confused members of R.A.S.H. After numerous threats from R.A.S.H earlier in the week, a group affiliated with Daryle Lamont Jenkins’ One People’s Project, indicating that they were going to field a counter-demonstration, it appears that they were scared off by the rain. Perhaps they were afraid of melting.
This event was the latest demonstration by the League coming on the heels of the Southern Marriage & Family Defense Rally recently held in Arkansas. The positive message of Southern Nationalism – the message of Independence and Identity – is certainly picking up tempo all over the Dixie.
Note: Now that I have some time off the road, OD will be exposing the real world identity of a well known anti-racist activist soon.