What is the League of the South?

by Dr Michael Hill – LS President

Most organizations founder because they lack self-definition and a definite goal. The League of the South is a Southern Nationalist organization whose ultimate goal is a free and independent Southern republic. To reach this goal, we intend to create the climate for a free South among our people by 1) de-legitimating the American Empire at every opportunity; 2) by proving our willingness to be servant-leaders to the Southern people; and 3) by making The League of the South a strong, viable organization that will lead us to Southern independence.

While our overall strategy–short, medium, and long range–is determined by the President, the Board, and our State Chairman, our tactical operational focus is on the local level. We intend to form active chapters in every county in every Southern State, and as many chapters as possible in non-Southern States. We also encourage individuals and families to personally secede from the corrupt and corrupting influence of post-Christian culture in America. We call this “abjuring the realm,” and it’s a real and dramatic first step all of us can take by simply withdrawing our support of and allegiance to a regime that has imperiled our future.

While we seek to use shame and contempt to de-legitimate the institutions controlled by the Empire, we must not stop there. We must create our own parallel institutions to which our people can attach their loyalties. A good example of this is the move out of the “public” schools and into home schooling or the establishment of our own private academies. Also, the League sponsors weekend Hedge Schools and week-long summer institutes to educate our people.

At present, the League is more concerned with resurrecting our cultural base than with entering into the political arena. Once our Southern culture is re-established, then the political issues will begin to take care of themselves. Good leaders flow naturally out of a healthy culture; however, power-hungry, self-seeking politicians are all we can expect from the debased cultural climate we have today.

The League of the South seeks leaders who have the hearts of servants. The Bible tells us clearly that no man can lead until he is willing to serve his fellowmen. When you join our organization, we expect you to begin immediately serving our cause and our people. We will show you how.

Our revised website, www.dixienet.org, is a cutting-edge, interactive site filled with a wealth of information. We are presently working on an operations manual for new members and local officers. New members are provided a list of State Chairmen for our organized States. We strongly advise our new recruits to contact their State or local officers, offer your talents, and make plans to attend your local and State chapter meetings. There you will be shown how to put the League’s strategy into effect by means of our tactical operational plan. You also will meet our leaders, get to know other members, and become part of a real community dedicated to a noble cause. If you live in a State or locality that does not have an organized chapter, this website has a document (listed as “How to Form A County Chapter” under our Introduction on the Main Menu) that shows you how to form and run a local chapter.

All League members receive the Southern Patriot newsletter every other month. Read it closely to keep abreast of League activities and projects.

By joining The League of the South you have placed yourself among a group of men and women who are not content to sit by and allow their land, liberty, and culture be destroyed by an alien regime and ideology. You have joined an active organization that knows where it wants to go and how to go about getting there. The League is no place for the lazy or the faint-hearted. We would love to welcome you to our growing band of Brothers and Sisters. Please join us today.

For Southern independence,
Michael Hill

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10 thoughts on “What is the League of the South?

  1. Weaver

    This is a very well written piece – as good as any I’ve seen.

    I love the post on Traditional Southern Orthography. I half switched to British spellings years ago bc of that, haha.

    I miss the old list of Southern songs. That was influential to me years ago – lost when the dixie website was hacked though.

    I’ve never been a member, no time for it atm; but I used to love reading the site when I was a young college student.

  2. Feltan


    It is a well written piece. I paused after reading the first paragraph, and thought to myself that it was clear, concise and direct. A very bold lead-in to the article.

    Unfortunately, the term “abjuring the realm” must have been coined by someone with too much education and a tin ear. It isn’t exactly a phrase that will fire up the masses.


  3. Savrola

    I like people who are aware of their predicament and taking practical steps.

    In other words, Weaver, no one you know.

  4. Feltan

    roger u,

    Indeed, abjuration is a word-of-art.

    No doubt it is the meaning the author intends as well; however, trying to envision a group of Southerners at a protest chanting “abjure the realm” just isn’t working for me.


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