After Uvalda, where should the League of the South go next to protest “Southern Demographic Displacement”?
There’s been a debate over whether we should focus our attention on Georgia – due to our concentration of strength in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and South Carolina – or move on to somewhere else in another Southern state.
How about Murfreesboro and Shelbyville, Tennessee? CNN and PBS have produced anti-White, anti-Southern, and anti-Christian documentaries that demonize the native population as racist bigots and glorify the Muslims who are colonizing Middle Tennessee, displacing the natives, and changing the culture of the area.
There are lots of League members and sympathizers in Tennessee and elsewhere in the Upper South who were unable to attend the Uvalda rally due to the extreme driving distance. Amren and the CofCC usually have their conferences in Nashville in part because of its central location in the South.
Murfreesboro has been a major battleground in Southern Demographic Displacement for the past three years now due to the construction of an enormous mosque and Islamic culture center which has stirred a lot of resentment among natives. The issue has been appealed all the way to the Tennessee Supreme Court.
If we went to Murfreesboro, we would be protesting in an urban area and would be much more likely to run into opposition. In 2010, 600 conservatives showed up to protest the Murfreesboro mosque waving American and Israeli flags while singing “God Bless America,” and were met by a group of liberal counter-protesters.
A successful protest in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville would require us to swell our numbers well beyond what we achieved in Uvalda. We would have to have all hands on deck … and then some to pull this off.
It’s doable though.
Note: Murfreesboro is 25 miles from Shelbyville. Vidalia is 16 miles from Uvalda. There are 108,755 people in Murfreesboro, which is part of the Nashville metro area and one of the fastest growing cities in America, and 20,105 in Shelbyville compared to 10,473 people in Vidalia and 530 in Uvalda.