Here’s the latest SPLC article on the League:
“Michael Hill’s fall from the ivory tower knows no depth. In a message on Friday to members of a private League of the South Facebook, the former Stillman College professor offered an odd sort of prayer.
“May Yahweh bring a dire earthly punishment on all those anti-White Whites who assist in any manner in the destruction of their own people and civilization. Such is treason to the created order,” Hill wrote in a private Facebook message that was leaked to Hatewatch. “Also, may Yahweh hold open a special place in hell for them.”
While the tone and tenor of the post may not be that surprising, given the steady fall of the League into more radical racist and antigovernment positions, it does shed some light on what may be the ideological underpinnings of what the League has become over the last several years. …”
This is another timely article. I’ve been wondering the same thing lately. I know it can sound a bit nasty and judgmental to say “you are going to Hell,” but that’s where Christians believe the damned will eventually end up.
Over at The American Conservative, Rod Dreher has been blogging about the Benedict Option and this new book he has written about Dante. In Dante’s Inferno, the sodomites are located on the bottom-most ring of the seventh circle of Hell, far below the homicides and the suicides, because sodomy was considered an even worse form of violence. It is a culmination of violence for “being destructive to neighbor, violating self-love, and at the same time undermining family and community.”
The ninth circle of Hell, which is reserved for traitors, is closest to Lucifer himself. It is composed of four rings which correspond to those who betray their family, betray their community, betray their guests, and betray their liege lords. In the Inferno, Judas Iscariot is found in the fourth ring of the ninth circle of Hell, which is named “Judecca.”
So where would White people who are anti-Whites end up in Dante’s scheme? Seeing how they betray their families and communities, wouldn’t they end up in the ninth circle?