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Uvalda, GA demonstration against Southern demographic displacement - August 24

The League of the South and the Southern Nationalist Network would like to announce an upcoming demonstration against Southern demographic displacement in Uvalda, Georgia.

The mayor of the town is Paul Bridges, an activist for Third World immigration and amnesty for illegal immigrants. He ran as a Republican and a conservative and snuck into office before his anti-Southern views on this all-important issue were discovered. Mayor Bridges has since taken his anti-Southern activism to the US media, the White House and sided with Leftist groups such as the Southern Poverty Law Center and the American Civil Liberties Union in a law suit against the State of Georgia over its strict immigration law (which was over-turned by a Federal court).

He is thankfully opposed by the town council, the police chief and most of the people in the local area. Information on this major Southern nationalist event can be found below. As of the time of the writing of this post we already have more than two dozen people coming and expect many more. Many leaders of the Southern nationalist movement, such as Dr Michael Hill (president of the League of The South), Ed Wolfe (chairman of the Georgia League of The South), Michael Tubbs (chairman of the Florida League of The South), Hunter Wallace (editor of Occidental Dissent) and others will be present.

The police chief has expressed his support for the demonstration and asks that we bring as many people as possible. He assures us that the people of Uvalda do not support illegal immigration and amnesty and he believes that we will be warmly welcomed by the people of the community.

After the Uvalda rally we will head to nearby Vidalia, Georgia (a much larger town), enjoy dinner together, demonstrate against Southern demographic displacement there and then retire for the afternoon. League members and friends and supporters will get together that evening for fun and socialisation!

The Georgia Secession Flag (left) and the Southern Nationalist Activism Flag (right) will be flown by participants at the upcoming demonstration.

Georgia Secession Flag

See our Facebook 'event' page for the demonstration and if you are a Facebook user who plans on attending the demonstration please indicate so on that page so we know roughly how many people to anticipate.

Time and Place:

24 August 2013. 9: 30 AM downtown Uvalda, Georgia.

Dress Code:

No t-shirts. Shirts must be tucked in. Belt needed. No belt buckles with pictures, flags or messages. The same goes for hats. No old or holey jeans. No re-enactment paraphernalia. Do not bring flags or signs – we will provide these. Please be ready to smile and make a positive, friendly first impression of the League of the South and Southern nationalism!

Lodging:

We have arranged for the Quality Inn and Suites in Vidalia, GA to be our HQ hotel. The address is 2619 E. 1st St. 30474 and the phone # for reservations is 912.537.9000. Our people need to say they are with the League of the South in order to get the special rooms rates of $67 for a king or double and $85 for a suite. That rates applies for the nights of the 23rd and 24th of August. We encourage you to go ahead and book your reservation as soon as possible while there is still room at the hotel.

Note: We have purchased four large 'For the Southern people!' banners (see picture below) that will be displayed at the demonstrations. These are impressive banners that convey a simple, easily understood and positive message. We will also have signs and flags. Please do not bring your own. We want to communicate a consistent message in our symbolism just as we do with our talking points. Thank you!

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