Most Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the League of the South?
A. A Southern Nationalist organization. Click on the above link for a PDF with more details.
Q. What is Southern Nationalism? What are your core beliefs?
A. A movement to promote the survival, well being, and independence of the Southern People. Click on the above link for a PDF with more details.
Q. Who are the “Southern People?”
A. Southerners of European descent who are committed to preserving the traditional culture of the South. Click on the above link for a PDF with more details.
A. Race is neither the most important thing in life nor the most insignificant. Galatians 3:28 states, “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” This does not mean these differences are not important or that they do not exist. It means they are all people, just as poodles and pit bulls are all dogs. Click on the above link for more details.
Q. Christian arguments aside, why does race matter?
Q. What is the traditional culture of the South?
A. European, mainly Anglo-Celtic and Christian, folkways that are peculiar to our region and are rooted in a firm belief in a kith & kin nation.
Q. What is a kith & kin nation?
A. A particular people with a distinct culture living on their own established territory.
Q. What do you mean by Anglo-Celtic?
A. People whose ancestors came from the British Isles.
Q. Is The League of the South a Christian organization?
A. While most of our members are Christian, there is no religious affiliation required to be a member.
Q. Is The League a “racist” organization?
A. “Racist” is a slur used by anti-Whites and Cultural Marxists. We are pro-South and pro-White. If you are not anti-Semitic, does that make you a Semitist?
Q. Is The League a “hate group?”
A. We are a “love” group. We love our People and the South.
Q. Does the League support any candidates running for political office?
A. From time to time we may support local or state candidates. We do not support any candidates for office in the federal government, including those running for President of the United States.
A. The short answer is that we will abjure the realm, the realm being the Empire of the United States. Click on the above link for a PDF with more details.
Q. Wouldn’t it be easier to reform the United States than to leave it?
A. The short answer is that a nation premised around a common folk and culture would be more naturally restrictive than a nation such as the United States which is currently based on the premise of racial diversity and global equality. This has only been the case since the 1965 immigration act, which is unlike the 1790 naturalization act and 1924 immigration act. Click on the above link for a PDF with more details.
A. We do not wish for a government run by pastors and priests, but for a government whose code of law is firmly grounded in the law of the Bible. Click on the above link for a PDF with more details.