Shelbyville Times Gazette: League of the South Represents “Worst” of the South


We are said to represent “the worst of the South”:

“In October a group of totally misguided people plan to march through Bedford County.

The “League of the South” claims to be “defending” the people of Tennessee.

The group falsely claims the “government” is “imposing an alien (Islamic) culture” and “replacing the people and culture of Tennessee.”

From 2000 to 2010, Shelbyville, Tennessee went from being 77.14% White to 63% White. There are now over 1,000 Somalian refugees living in Shelbyville and 20.3% of the population in Hispanic. How did this happen?

It happened because 1.) the US federal government refuses to enforce its own immigration laws, 2.) US federal courts prevent states like Tennessee from passing and enforcing their own immigration laws, and 3.) most importantly because the US State Department’s Office on Refugee Resettlement is paying NGOs to resettle the “refugees” from its endless wars in the Middle East in places like Middle Tennessee.

“We don’t need to bring back a former Southern “tradition” of prejudice.”

Maybe we do.

After all, we already know the US federal government can’t be relied upon to enforce its own laws. Instead, it sues the states on the behalf of criminals and confiscates wealth from its citizens in order to subsidize them.

“The only valid point the group may have is the alleged tendency of some employers to hire foreigners because they accept extremely low pay, keeping Americans from jobs.”

There is no “alleged tendency” here. Tyson Foods has already been caught smuggling illegal aliens from Mexico into Shelbyville.

“But that’s an issue to fight by targeting the employers — not those who accept the jobs.”

We’re not targeting the people who accept the jobs. We’re targeting the US federal government which is the reason why this is happening in Shelbyville.

“The best and worst of America — and the South — are on display over the next few weeks. Honor those who truly care. Discredit the prejudiced.”

Thanks to the US federal government and Tyson Foods, the worst of America is on display in Shelbyville everyday … a country which is run by huge corporations as a marketplace and their liberal allies as Motel 6 for the Third World.

Update: Thanks to the Crawfish, I see there is a previous article.

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  1. Hey, I’m a Copperhead who’s proud to be a part of “the worst of the South”! I’m a Scot-Irish person, with some Arab Muslim ancestry, who’s happy as heck to protest against Islamic immigrants, because I’m Christian, Catholic, and I don’t want the enemies of Christ and Western Civilization coming to live in a country founded by Christians! BTW, when we have our after the protest meal, make sure if chicken is on the menu, it isn’t Tyson. It could make us sick1 LOL!

  2. There’s a somewhat similar protest to the one you’re planning going down right now in Montreal. It’s being live blogged here:

    The Charter of Values proposes to outlaw public servants wearing overt religious symbols, like headscarves, veils, kippahs, turbans or ‘large’ crucifixes, in the name of laïcité (secularism). The public service in Quebec is HUGE, and includes the usual civil servants, cops, judges, etc, plus all doctors and hospital workers, daycare workers and parastatal workers like those of Hydro Quebec. The hope is to eventually extend the ban on religious symbols to all workers, public and private sectors.

    This isn’t law yet and it may never become law, at least in its present form. The PQ have only a minority government and the other parties in the National Assembly oppose the Charter. But it’s sending a very powerful message to les autres: conform or leave. The PQ is a far-left party that has historically been committed to civic nationalism, but has lately been appealing to the latent ethnic nationalism of the québécois pur laine. This is a hopeful sign.

    The crowd is estimated at a few hundred and they’re waving Quebec flags, fleurs-de-lys, patriotes flags from the 1837 rebellion, and carrying various signs supporting the Charter. Some protestors are shouting va chez vous (go home). And this is in Montreal, where the Charter is not popular. In the rest of Quebec it’s very popular. There’s a good chance that there will be an election fought over this issue before the end of the year. A North American election fought over implicit ethnic nationalism and secession. Awesome.

  3. Here’s another live blog from today’s German election:

    Merkel the Merciless won big time, possibly winning an absolute majority of seats for only the second time in post-WWII German history. Unfortunately, it looks like the right-wing, euroskeptic AfD party just missed the 5% cutoff for seats in the Bundestag with 4.8% of the vote.

  4. At least three of the gunmen in the Kenyan hostage situation are Middle American Muslims. One is a Kansan, another is from St Paul. All US citizens.

    It’s disgusting.

  5. Jeppo, could you further explain your post about the event in Montreal? Is it the far left that’s activating against the islamists, or is this coming from the far right? Or is it some of both? Is this related to the Quebec for Quebec movement or whatever it’s called?

  6. “We got some Latino cousins, we got some Asian cousins, we got some Native-American cousins, WE GOT ALL KIND OF COUSINS, said Lewis, who spoke Thursday at the annual political conference of the Congressional Black Caucus (…) What will happen with comprehensive immigration reform will be a new landscape of humanity in the United States of America….”

    Read more:

    “Cousins need to get together because if we’re going to be [part of the non-white] majority, it makes sense for black people in this country to get down with immigration reform,”

    Read more:

  7. Sorry about the multiple links above, didn’t review before posting the comment in haste.

    All non-whites are “all cousins” indeed. They are all allies against whites in the Talmudic war for dominance.

  8. @NYYankees,

    It’s not really a left-right thing. The leftist-separatist PQ government has introduced this Charter to use as a wedge issue for their electoral advantage. They hope to force an election over this issue and win big in rural and small town Quebec, thereby forming a majority government and moving closer to their ultimate goal: calling and winning a referendum on separation from the rest of Canada.

    The supposed goal of secularism in the public service is really just a fig leaf for thinly-disguised French Canadian ethnic nationalism directed against, above all, Muslims, and to a lesser extent Jews and Sikhs. The divide is basically between old-stock francophones (left and right) who mostly support it, and racial, religious and linguistic minorities (left and right) who overwhelmingly oppose it.

    Hope this helps:

  9. Captain John Charity Spring MA says:
    September 22, 2013 at 8:33 pm
    At least three of the gunmen in the Kenyan hostage situation are Middle American Muslims. One is a Kansan, another is from St Paul. All US citizens.

    It’s disgusting.

    Jack responds.

    Agreed. But, it makes for powerful propaganda for our side. Please use it in your/our immigration restriction activism.

    Don’t let Libertarian loons try to change the subject to wonkery about free markets. The issue is clear.

    We want to keep out brutal, mass murdering Somalian Muslim extremists from places like Tennessee, upper Midwest.

    Our Second Amendment gun rights must not be given to hundreds of thousands of Somalian Jihadists.

  10. “Don’t let Libertarian loons try to change the subject to wonkery about free markets.”

    The only one who argues for small “l” or any variety of Libertarianism on this site is me and as you very well know I never argue that that definition includes mass importation of cheap illegal or even legal alien labor (like H-1B Hindus and chinks.)

    I might also point out that it was the South that passed pro-big business anti-union laws to drive down living wage jobs in Northern textile plants in order to lure the industry to Dixie. There is no greater scalawag greater than your typical Southern businessman.

  11. The language man, the language… through the carefully crafted wording they employ, the activists and social engineers turn your -our- oh-so-europoid tendency to empathy against yourself. They’re not refugees. There is no such a thing as a “somali refugee”. They’re settlers. Tax-subsidized settlers. Colonizers. In Israel they’re called “infiltrators” by the government and media.

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