The League of the South held another flash rally this morning in Newport, TN.
The rally lasted approximately 2 and 1/2 hours. 40 activists participated and distributed literature. There were no issues, hassles or counterprotesters present while the League was given a platform to engage the public. This event had originally been scheduled as a publicly announced rally at Sycamore Shoals State Park. It was cancelled due to a new issue with security costs at Tennessee State Parks. Jared Taylor of American Renaissance is suing Tennessee State Parks for the same reason.
There was still supposed to be some big counterprotest in Elizabethton:
It appears to have fizzled out:
The SPLC wrote a fan fiction article yesterday about our public activism.
The rallies in Livingston and Newport illustrate that we are capable of eliminating Antifa and the “extremism journalists” from our public events. We can also eliminate unvetted people with their own agendas and plants who make us look bad. We can eliminate the violence, lawfare, disruption and siege mentality associated with Antifa. Without Antifa at our public events, the “stadium plan” which costs these towns hundreds of thousands of dollars can also be eliminated.
Antifa are parasites who use our public events to publicize their own violent cause. The same pathetic cast of characters who protest Amren traveled to Memphis last weekend:
Nothing is lost from not having Beth Foster, Jeannie Alexander and Jordan Reid having a mental breakdown at our public events. If you have seen it once, you have seen it all. Besides, I’m sure that both the police and the public would rather not have to deal with it anyway:
From here on out, I think Antifa should be generally denied a platform at our public events in the South. If they want to promote anarchism and communism, they should organize their own rallies. I’m not opposed though to organizing small public rallies for the sole purpose of filming and photographing them and getting them doxed and arrested like the recent string of Silent Sam rallies in North Carolina. That’s what I originally had in mind for the Appalachian honeypot in Elizabethton.
It’s no real loss. I discovered there was already more than enough footage and photographs from previous events to dox all of Nashville Antifa and much of Tennessee Antifa. There was no point in organizing an event to dox Tennessee Antifa when they were happy to do it themselves. They went to Charlottesville on August 11th and walked around unmasked in their own merch.
I’ve got to give credit to Molly Conger for that one. I probably couldn’t have gotten them to do that in Elizabethton.