Counter-Protesters Outnumber League of the South Rally Attendees

Amanda Haggard, The Tennessean, October 13, 2013

Counter-protesters Saturday outnumbered rallying League of the South members 2-to-1 at a demonstration the league said was meant to raise awareness about the displacement of Southern people.

Michael Cannon of the activist group Statewide Organizing for Community Empowerment said the more than 125 counter-protesters were a testament to the way most people in Rutherford County feel about the League of the South, described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a racist neo-Confederate group.


David Jones, Tennessee chairman for League of the South, said the group was not a white organization, but a Southern organization.

“There’s a matter of racial pride,” said Jones, who lives an hour west of Nashville in Lobelville. “It’s not racism. You have to get inside someone’s head to determine what is and what is not racism. And it’s very hard to get inside each others’ heads unless we really know each other.”

The League of the South also had its rally to show public disagreement with Somalian refugees living in the Middle Tennessee area, according to Michael Hill, president of League of the South.

“We’ve been dumped with, by the government, a bunch of refugees,” said Hill, who lives in Killen, Ala. “There’s the controversy with the (Murfreesboro) mosque, and there’s the controversy with Tyson foods (in Bedford County) hiring a lot of illegals. And we’re here to protest that, to show the people who have been here for generations of families that there’s somebody here who supports them and opposes the demographic and cultural changes that will come when you dump a completely new population into an area.”


Michael Cushman, chairman for League of the South in South Carolina, organized the rally and said the group was not against “foreigners, Iraqis or Somalis.”

“Somalis have a country and that’s Somalia. That’s their homeland. We have ours, and that’s the South,” he said. “We’d like to see a free South.”


[Editor’s note: What follows is an account by Jack Ryan of the protests.]

I was part of two successful, patriotic immigration rallies in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville, Tennessee, on Saturday, October 12th. The League of the South (LOS) organized the protests under the theme, “It’s wrong to replace us.” League President Dr. Michael Hill did an outstanding job organizing the rallies.

We targeted Tyson Foods for bringing in very low wage, Somali Muslims to work in its Tennessee food processing plants. Tyson has been prosecuted in the past for employing illegal aliens, but these Somali Muslims were legal residents thanks to the actions of various Catholic and Lutheran refugee charities.

I paid for a large highway billboard advertisement showing Tyson Foods’ CEO Donnie Smith laughing with a Somalian and listing his 2012 compensation of $7.8 million. Despite his wealth he is too cheap to pay Middle Tennessee workers a living wage, preferring to bring in Muslim low-wage workers. I also noted that Tyson Foods has a terrible record of animal cruelty.

The League of the South had very strict codes for dress and conduct, and we had excellent security. Young trouble makers wanted to dress up in Second World War costumes and follow the Hollywood script as bad-guy “racists,” but we weren’t having any of this.

We did face Anti-fa protests—mostly college Leftists—but didn’t see any Somali Jihadists. We did not acknowledge or argue with the Anti-fa Communists. Instead, we met and greeted regular Middle Tennessee whites, who were very supportive.

Although I am a Midwesterner and not a son of the South, I was welcomed and accepted—so long as I didn’t mouth off or propose to too many beautiful Southern women. We had more than a few of these, as well as charming, well-behaved children, whose presence made it clear we were not in Chicago or some big Northern city.

I was proud to be an independent part of the League of the South’s successful protests in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville.  We estimated we had 75 demonstrators, ranging in age from one to 70 years. That represented about a 50 percent increase from a similar demonstration in Georgia back in August.

One man can make a difference. I encourage American Renaissance readers to engage in strong activism and work with well-organized groups such as the League of the South to reach the hearts and minds of our people. Our proud Southern kinsmen were very appreciative of my efforts.

See here for the League’s account of the protest, and here for footage.

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  • Daniel Schmuhl

    White people are farther to the right on the political autism spectrum. I don’t like it but that’s just how it appears to me.

  • Marc Zuckurburg

    I support comprehensive immigration reform.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, allow for those in the shadows to come out of the shadows, stop the haunting cruel specter of deportation, and make America more prosperous.

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    • Oil Can Harry

      Mark Zuckerberg: “Amnesty will raise my wages and salary because I’ll be able to hire more Third World slave labor.”


      • dukem1

        You got that right!

    • Homo_Occidentalis

      To the people giving this dislikes: look at the disqus username. It looks exactly like something Zuckerboig and the rest of the slimy tech CEOs would say. Anything to keep the cheap H1-B Hindus flowing in and replacing whites.

      • Marc Zuckurburg

        We need more civility in our rhetoric. We should leave behind such hard headed phrases like “third world slave labor,” “slimy tech CEOs,” “cheap Hindus.”

        Racial profiling is to be avoided, comprehensive immigration reform is to be embraced.

        • mobilebay

          Let’s call it what it is…Immigration surrender!

        • Puggg

          Maybe because “comprehensive immigration reform” has parts in it to expand the visa programs that drive down your company’s labor costs? If “you” are really you.

          • Marc Zuckurburg

            Comprehensive immigration reform will foster innovation, bolster competitiveness and ensure that we continue to attract the best and brightest.

            Make my immigration reform comprehenisve, please!

          • Puggg

            Are you going to have an original thought today, or ever?

            Or are you going to do nothing but parrot corporate duck speak?

          • It’s the wisdom drawn from the almighty focus group.

            I now think the essence of hell isn’t some eternally burning fire in some reddish underworld cave, but in reality the essence of hell is a continuous eternal focus group, and lots and lots of polling, with Satan himself bearing a striking resemblance to Frank Luntz.

          • Really, is your purpose here nothing more than to help us play drinking games?

          • me

            How much muck would a Zuck-bot chuck if a Zuck-bot could chuck muck?

        • Jackryanvb

          American Rennaisance is a clean, respectable Uptown blog that doesn’t allow curse words or hateful ethnic attack words, so comments are not going to include accurate words for this shyster Mark Zuckerberg.

          • Marc Zuckurburg

            Anger accomplishes nothing. Worst of all, it provokes intolerance.

            This is why I support comprehensive immigration reform, because among its many virtues and benefits, it is designed to break the back of vicious anger and intolerance.

            Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    • Pro_Whitey

      Yeah, I know it’s sarcasm, but it just hits too close to the bone! In this case, it’s not funny because it’s true.

    • Whirlwinder

      Your scenario will ensure a white minority in about 25 years. America, until 1965, allowed only very few immigrants and those were mostly from Europe. This was by design to keep America a white, anglo-saxon, protestant nation. The communists, socialists, liberals changed the immigration law in 1965 to allow everybody into our country and we are suffering the consequenses.

      • Marc Zuckurburg

        “Who” lives “where” or “who” is a “majority” or “minority” in any given place is irrelevant. In fact, the name of the given place is irrelevant. Because racial and ethnic considerations are irrelevant, and in fact are mere social constructs. Borders, such as they are, and they shouldn’t be, are mere arbitrary lines that are representative of the same kind of wrong headed “tribe” style thinking as is thinking about the fiction that goes by “race.”

        The only kind of consequences to comprehensive immigration reform are good, to keep the economy as vibrant and competitive as possible and to ensure that we continue to attract the best and brightest.

        Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

        • evilsandmich

          The border on your property is such an arbitrary line, they all can come live with you; heck, so can I! Where’s your house at Zuck?

          • Marc Zuckurburg

            That’s different.

            What’s mine is mine.

        • Whirlwinder

          Marc, please get back on your meds! Our immigration policy pre-1965 used to attract the best and brightest. Now we get those with less than 85 IQ and their families in chain immigration. Wake up and smell the flowers, man.

          • Too bad all “his” posts were plonked, so it seems, because now I can’t remember all the phony code words he used.

            I will say this. When you hear any of the following words or phrases:

            “Best and Brightest”

            It’s almost always code for hauling in cheap labor Indians and Asians.

    • Jackryanvb

      If the real Marc Zuckerberg didn’t exist, anti Semites would have to create one. Such a terrible, filthy rich traitor our nation, a hideously ugly, hateful and spiteful destroyer of our nation.

      • Marc Zuckurburg

        There is and can be no such thing as treason, because there is and should be no such thing as “tribes” to be loyal to. People are people.

        Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    • me

      Is that really YOU? lol! If Marc Zuckurburg is trolling AmRen, then congratulations to you, Mr. Taylor! You’ve hit a truth nerve with the hoi polio, when they come a callin’ with their propaganda. LOL! I wonder how many dollars Marc thinks his country is worth….not many, apparently. He sold his friends out for extremely less.

      • Marc Zuckurburg

        There is no “selling out.” Comprehensive immigration reform works, it makes places stronger and is the root of a better, stronger, more vibrant, more diverse economy and society.

        Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

  • Oil Can Harry

    The sleazy corporation being protested, Tyson Foods, has a history of shady financial deals with Bill and Hillary Klingon.

    “By their friends ye shall know them.”

    • Jackryanvb

      Yes, Tyson Foods and other low wage, third world immigrant loving Ag businesses based in Arkansas also support/fund “The Huckster” Mike Huckabee the RINO, Christian Zionist war monger who panders to LaRaza makes public statements saying he looks forward to the near future where White Southerners like him become the minority in the South.

  • IstvanIN

    Most white people are nuts. Most find it odd how emotional I can get over the South Jersey I grew up in and how sad I am that it is disappearing. I can fully understand the League of the South. Whether it is your state, region or country, we seem to have no loyalty or love for our own. And thus why I am pessimistic.

    • john boggs

      I live in the sticks of Salem County. Moved here from Philly. Our grade school is 98.5% white. What parts of S. Jersey do you feel are “disappearing”?

      • IstvanIN

        I am referring to the seven southern counties as whole.

        Vineland is Puerto Rican. Bridgeton is Mexican. Though it is true, most of Cumberland and Salem Counties are very white. Camden County is very diverse. Gloucester is majority white but turning. If you saw SJ in the 1960s, when pig, dairy, and truck farms were everywhere and the peaches, oh the peaches. Campbell Soup used to give all the grammar school kids little vacuum packed tins with their variety of tomato plant seeds. It wasn’t a world of McMansions. Orientals were an oddity. And Indians non-existent.

        I could show you photos of Camden (the City) in the 50s. Not what you see today. It was very different. Still better than the central and especially northern parts of the state. Remember one county does not a state make. And if you have kids in grammar school you are quite a bit younger than me.

        And speaking of Philadelphia, I remember when you could actually shop on Market Street.

  • MekongDelta69

    Anything and everything Morris Sleaze and the $PLC hate – I LOVE.

  • bigone4u

    Since Catholic and Lutheran charities are sponsoring the muds, I am going to put my mind to work on how to best sabotage those organizations at the first opportunity. Nothing is coming to me now, but it will.

    • Daniel Schmuhl

      At one time the Catholic Church was a defender of Western Civilization, nowadays it’s gone full libtard.

      • Pelagian

        Except the Society of St. Pius X.

        • KingKenton

          SSPX are pretty hardcore for the most part. From the SSPX Wikipedia page…

          Prominent members of the SSPX, including Lefebvre himself, have expressed approval or support for a restoration of an absolutist French monarchy, the Vichy government (1940–1944), and the party of Jean-Marie le Pen. On the basis of statements made by Bishop Richard Williamson, the Anti-Defamation League has accused the Society of being “mired in anti-Semitism”.[49] It was in an SSPX priory, where he had been granted asylum as “an act of charity to a homeless man”,[50] that French Nazi collaborator and war criminal Paul Touvier was arrested, and a priest of the Society publicly offered Requiem Mass for him on his death in 1996.[51][52] On October 16 2013 the society tried to celebrate a funeral for nazi criminal Erich Priebke but the ceremony did not take place due to 500 protesters outside the headquarters of the society in Albano, near Rome. The Society of St. Pius X issued a statement on its website saying, “A Christian who was baptized and received the sacraments of confession and the Eucharist, no matter what his faults and sins were, to the extent that he dies reconciled with God and the church, has a right to the celebration of the holy Mass and a funeral.” [53]

          • Pelagian

            The main differences between the SSPX and Rome are doctrinal and liturgical. The SSPX is not a political organization. If it is right wing, it is so by “accident”, in its refusal to throw long-held Catholic teachings under the bus because they might offend someone’s view of PC.

            Of course liberals don’t care how “earnest” you are, if youre right wing. They will kill us as soon as a future (or present!) Great Leader says, “Go.”.

          • KingKenton

            Not saying you are wrong or anything, but… I think it is more than just differences in doctrine and liturgy. I get the feeling that when push comes to shove SSPX will be standing on our side of the fence while the greater Catholic church will be standing on the other side of the fence against us. Just my $.02 worth. I appreciate you brining up SSPX in the first place, though. To me, a non-Catholic, they are something of an inspiration and breath of fresh air in that they rail and stand against the PC / liberal / non-traditional Catholic church of today.

        • WASP

          I’m not Catholic. Can you enlighten us about the Society of St. Pius X.

      • gregCall

        It’s not that they’ve gone libtard its rather they have become self serving, as the majority of western nations aren’t catholic and the few that are have generally moved away from religion as a whole the third world is their biggest supporters. I realize in this case bringing in Muslims is unusual, It’s usually Catholic Mexicans they tend to bring in.
        No idea why they would work to bring in Muslims, it’s understandable why they want Mexicans, bringing in foreign Catholics to replace the protestant natives serves a purpose for them, but Muslims? Just weird.

        • Jackryanvb

          No, disagree. These tax exempt Catholic and Lutheran charities have been infiltrated by PC, cultural Marxist Libtards. They should now be considered anti- Christ as well as anti-White.

          They back massive Muslim immigration and homosexual marriage equality – though the two positions are in clear conflict. The Libtards don’t care – anything that attacks traditional White America, they support for the same reason the Black Congressional Caucus supports amnesty for millions of low wage Mexican illegals taking poor Black’s jobs, ethnically cleansing Blacks from Southern California why do they do it?

          A: they hate us, support anything that we are against.

          • evilsandmich

            I think we can reach a consensus that it may be a combination of both. They may start out a little (or a lot) lefty, but then when they discover that there’s “gold in them hills” being a poverty pimp it becomes self-reinforcing.

    • Jackryanvb

      Use the Muslim angle. Why should “Catholic ” and Lutheran” Christian charities sponsor an Islamic invasion?

  • Since Jack Ryan was part of this protest and also a regular here at AR, I have some rhetorical loaded questions for him, that I hope he will answer (as if I don’t already know the answers):

    On our side of the rally:

    1. Were there any libertarians?

    2. Were there any doctrinaire liberals, or the kind of people associated with the doctrinaire left?

    3. Were there any black people?

    • Jackryanvb

      The answers are.


      But there is a loud “But”.

      I did not hear a single person from Left to Right try to argue with my making filthy rich Tyson Foods CEO Donnie Smith my main propaganda enemy.

      The Left wants to change the subject or ignore the subject and just shout “RACIST – you’re a witch”.

      I plan to follow up my activism and attend the Tyson Foods shareholder convention in Arkansas and make a big stink about Tyson Foods obscene compensation to CEO Donnie Smith and Donnie’s treasonous labor, animal cruelty and pro Somalian Bantu Muslim immigrant policies.

      • Albino

        “I plan to follow up my activism and attend…..” a college football game (a receptive audience and lots of media coverage).

  • Pelagian

    I’m somewhat obsessed with slogans. We have to find some good ones. I rate “It’s Wrong to Replace Us” as pretty good, and eight out of 10. But what about, “We Protest Our Ethnic Cleansing”? (Michael Jones wrote a famous book about the North: The Slaughter of Cities: Urban Renewal as Ethnic Cleansing).

  • DaveMed

    “I paid for a large highway billboard advertisement showing Tyson Foods’ CEO Donnie Smith laughing with a Somalian and listing his 2012 compensation of $7.8 million.”

    This is exactly how it’s done. Very nice.

    • Marc Zuckurburg

      Only $7.8 million?

      What a pauper.

      I pity the poor and destitute.

    • Jackryanvb

      Thank you. I designed the billboard advert and paid for the advert using a local Tenn ad agency, then I got a local Tenn guy, former fraternity brother from Vanderbilt to sponsor the advert – it’s better to have locals being the names, faces of activism.

      If any Amren readers want to do similar one man activism, advertising, please PM me.

      Thank you to the great members of League of the South for welcoming me in their very successful activism.

      The North is a direction
      The South is a place – a great place full of great people.

      • Marc Zuckurburg

        “Bad wages, bad immigration”

        You probably don’t know, but there’s a word to describe that:


        There is no such thing as a “bad” wage or “bad” immigration. In fact there’s no such thing as “im”-migration, because borders really should not even exist. There are only people seeking the best place to have the most opportunity to realize their full potential.

        Comprehensive immigration reform helps all people in all places realize their full potential.

        Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

        • Jackryanvb

          Can the mods step in here?

          This is serious trolling.

          Don’t feed the trolls.

  • Spartacus

    You tried infiltrating one of your men in their group and yelling “LA MIGRA ! LA MIGRA !” ? At least half of them would’ve run off…

  • Oldcorporal

    Kudos to the League of the South for standing up for their heritage and race. And brickbats to the ignorant Whites who protested this and yelled “Racist!” as they always do. And by the way, I see that the Southern Poverty Law Center managed to rear its ugly head again in this story, gaining undeserved publicity. When is someone going to write an expose on that sorry organization?

    • Ranger

      “When is someone going to write an expose on that sorry organization?”

      There have been many negative stories written about them over the years. The media ignores them. That is why secession must happen. We must have a country and media controlled by our people, not by foreigners and traitors.

  • panjoomby

    more power to the league of the south for standing up & being counted!

    & for ticking off the “southern poverty identify-a-witch-&-shout-look-a-witch law center.”
    the splc has streamlined its process – they no longer throw a “witch” in the water to see if he floats. i don’t know what annoys me more – the splc – or the whites who are happy to shout “racist” at race conscious whites. this anti-white business is a big cottage industry, what with the splc, the sharptons, the diversicrats, the affirmative action jacksons, the npr swpl libs who cry over their poor li’l low IQ sub-saharans… hopefully someday reality will be acknowledged.

  • John R

    Somali refugees? Yeah. That’s what this country needs; more blacks! When did we vote to become a minority in our own country? Up until the 1980’s, Whites were easily at least 80+ percent of the population of the US, as it was throughout our history. Now, we are already foreseeing the day when we won’t even be half the population of this country. This happened in only a few years.

    Strange how history repeats itself. I remember back in the 70’s reading the “funny pages” as a kid, and they had a cartoon showing two Indians sitting on the beach, and looking out, and seeing a sailing ship carrying pilgrims to the shore. One Indian says to the other: “Oh, let ’em stay a while. After all, what harm could they do?” If the Indians are supposed to be really the “First Americans”, then we Whites are the new “American Indians.” Will we get reservations?

    • Pro_Whitey

      I think you know the answer to that. Our fate would be like that of the South African whites who have not fled.

      • Guest

        to clarify this is simply haiti in slow motion. after independence in 1803? all whites were hunted down and exterminated except for a group of doctors.

        The blow pix is of South African farm murders

    • screaminjay

      I remember a Channel 4 documentary in the UK that showed Somali were the worst source of immigrants in terms of cost. Most of them do not work, have large families and cost a fortune to the host country.

      • evilsandmich

        It’s amusing that they needed a study to figure that out. How do they think that Somalia became Somalia, because it’s full of East Asians?

    • robinbishop34

      You might like this…


      Change [dot] with an actual dot in the URL

  • haroldcrews

    I attended the League demonstration in Murfreesboro and the counter demonstrators did not outnumber us much less at 2 to 1. The number were roughly equal. They had a much lower turnout than expected.

  • Marc Zuckurburg

    Less talk about securing so-called borders and stopping the flow of so-called illegal aliens, who are really undocumented not illegal, and less talk about western and white, because there’s no such thing.

    The entire discussion should be about social justice.

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    • Lt_Greyman_NVA

      Other tribes are invading our homeland with the help of those who wish to exploit their poverty and only pay them low wages. What we need are tariffs and No immigration for ten years, plus deportation of those non-Whites back to their homelands. Do it comprehensively.

      • Marc Zuckurburg

        There are no “tribes,” and therefore there cannot be any such thing as an “invasion.” There are only migrants seeking a better life and a chance to realize their full potential. And the correct response is tolerance, diversity, excellence and social justice. Not some ham handed tripe reminiscent of 1930s Germany.

        Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

        • Jackryanvb

          Our side will use RICO laws to take down corrupt oligarchs like the real Mark Zuckerberg who break Federal minimum wage laws, use “unpaid internships” to induce American college grads to work for free.

          Everywhere else in the world where people are forced to work long hours for little or no pay, they call it:


          In the corrupt world of Mark Zuckerberg, Sheldon Adelson and Donnie Smith it’s called:

          An “internship”.

          Somewhere in North America there is a strong man like Vladimir Putin who will take down and out filthy rich oligarchs like Mark Zuckerberg – do on to him what was done to the Oligarch head of Yukos Oil – put him in a public cage!

          • Marc Zuckurburg

            Internships are a route to valuable work experience and a way for younger workers to hone their skills to ensure their place in the current and future competitive information-based economy.

            Comprehensive immigration reform enhances competitiveness.

            Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

          • Puggg

            I’m a dog, and as a creature that lacks opposable thumbs, it’s hard for me to get a grip on things.

            Especially this business about “information based economy.” What does that mean?

            My first guess: It means 13 year old girls on Facebook sending each other emoticon and acronym filles messages and chats, and then Facebook using that information to push zit cream ads on their screen.

          • Marc Zuckurburg

            The information economy is a mode of economic organization in which knowledge is the primary raw material and source of value. It is characterized by (1) convergence and integration of communication and data processing technologies into information technology (IT), (2) pervasive influence of IT on economic activity such that the most workers are information workers and most products are information products, and (3) application of IT networks throughout the economic institutions, organizations, and processes resulting in a very high degree flexibility, weakening of regulatory control, and acceleration of globalization.

          • It’s obvious you cut and pasted that from one of your old college papers that you saved.

            The only pertinent question is this:

            What grade did your paper receive?

          • Puggg

            “A strong man like…Putin…who will cage oligarchs”

            Are you taking volunteers for that gig?

          • Jackryanvb

            In my dreams.

            I’m 20% Russian.

            This Russian blood has made me immune to American liberalism, Libertarianism.

            In Russian history there are no liberals, or Libertarians.

          • That’s a good point. In 1973, the Supreme Court “found” the “right” to aborticide by creatively reading the 4th Amendment. Why can’t we creatively read the 13th Amendment and get rid of this form of neo-slavery that are called “internships?” And whatever happened to minimum wage laws? The Feds can certainly try to boink Christian radio stations in the middle of nowhere that use less power than a light bulb to broadcast to one town or two because their station workers are volunteers.

            About minimum wage laws: This is something that some of the people who write for some of our favorite websites don’t seem to understand when they think we can just raise the minimum wage and do nothing else as a way to combat the hordes of cheap non-white immigrant labor. All the cheap labor will make the minimum wage moot, no matter how high or low the minimum wage is.

  • Jackryanvb

    My Billboard advert cost $2K for one full month. I also took out a half page advert in a Conservative County newspaper that ran for a week.

  • Here’s another opportunity for activism on immigration:

    The traitors were nice enough to list themselves.

    I guess minimum wage is too much for these cretins to pay their workers.

    • WASP

      Thanks for that list, and I don’t eat fast food.

    • evilsandmich

      Someone should get a camera in some faces and ask these millionaires why they think the minimum-wagers who serve their slop make too much money.

  • WR_the_realist

    Our federal government keeps dumping Somali refugees everywhere. Except, of course, in the neighborhoods of the elites who control this country. The Clintons aren’t going to see Somalis in Chappaqua any time soon. Nor will George Soros or Mitt Romney be getting them as neighbors. I didn’t hate the federal government until the federal government demonstrated, over and over again, that it hates us.

  • Sloppo

    I’m Christian, but that kind of “christianity” is evil.

    • WASP

      As I’ve stated on other posts, that’s the reason I stopped going to church. Satan has entered the churches — New World Order indocrination. There is great deception. You would have thought that the Christian community would have discerned this, but they are asleep or church leaders are willing pawns. All they say is, “We need to pray for Obama.” Nothing said about Obama and the New World Order.

  • Sloppo

    Now THERE would be some truth in advertising.

  • KingKenton

    Hi, thanks for the information on Dr. John Rao’s book. I will definitely take a look at it. I had a cousin that became a Catholic some number of years ago. Myself, I am on something of a journey. I was raised in a conservative Episcopal church. Later as an adult, spent some time in Evangelical and Pentecostal circles, and for about the last 5 years have attended on and off a very conservative Baptist church (and yes, they are racially aware). However, I have become very disaffected with the larger Protestant church in America. The mainline denominations, with the exception of resistance pockets, have been overwhelmed with Liberalism. Many (but not all), Evangelicals and Pentecostals cannot seem to extricate themselves from the Republican / Zionist nexus. But more than that, the Protestant church is unmoored from its past. There is no historical continuity or any real sense of tradition, hierarchy, authority, and catholicalness. I have been attracted to both traditionalist Catholic and Russian / Eastern Orthodox in recent times. No offense, but Francis has thrown a monkey wrench into the whole mix. I’m still figuring it out, but getting there. 🙂

    • Pelagian

      Re: Francis. Petrine Theology is very complicated. But the long and short of it is a Pope in 2013 is sort of straitjacketed anyway. Because there is not much left in infallible dogma to proclaim. And he is not so stupid as to decide to say “actually there was no virgin birth”. Indeed the Holy Spirit guarantees he would not do such a thing. But everything else Francis says, that is not dogma, has as much bearing on me as who he likes in the fourth race at Pimlico.

      We have had popes in the last hundred years who have been very helpful to the battle against “the world, the flesh and the devil”. So far, Francis is just not one of those.

  • Jackryanvb

    I send a special “thank you” to Mr. Jared Taylor and everyone associated with American Renaissance who supported my activism opposing Tyson Foods flooding Tennessee with Somalian Bantu Muslim immigrant low wage workers.

    We’re down, but not out.

    Please don’t give up.

    Please be kind to our own kind….

    It’s called “kindness”

    Thanks again.

  • “Ethno-libertarian”

    An oxymoron.

  • Jack Burton

    Cobb is a socially retarded kook, probably has Asperger syndrome. Certainly he can’t be the standard we are judged by, what a horrible thought. He plays directly into the oddball Jerry Springer stereotype that people can easily dismiss and rally against. People like him never need to be in the media, but he is a very lonely person that seeks attention.