– no income taxes
– no central banking
– gold and silver backed currency
Could this be the real reason the media is crucifying this group and labeling them as racists? Or at least one of them? The fact that this organization could lead to the Federal government’s loss of power over and taxes from the Southern states gives a clear motive for the Federal government to defame them. At the very least we know the media isn’t telling the whole truth. But why?
Hear their side of the story (which seems accurate to me, based on over 50 hours of examining this) here.
Not Everyone Protesting In Charlottesville Was a Nazi
Here’s proof that not everyone there was a Nazi. This group wasn’t at the torch march the night before. It appears that they were set up by, at the least, Jason Kessler, who was a huge Democrat until his supposed sudden change of heart 2 days before Trump won the election (very questionable). Kessler invited them out, and it looks like the local and state police were ordered to not protect them after they kicked them out of the park. The police should have dispersed the counter protesters and made sure the protesters were safe on their walk from the park to their cars. The city wanted the counter protesters to be free to attack the League of the South.
Watch my video about the racist and vulgar tweets from the Vice Mayor of Charlottesville, Wes Bellamy. I believe that factions within the shadow Federal government set this group of patriots up, and found the perfect local government that would be complicit.
I’ve already uploaded this and this video showing that the League of the South were not the aggressors, they were the victims. In , the counter protesters attacked them as they tried to peacefully escape to their cars.
The infamous photo the media told us was of “white supremacists attacking a black guy” just happened to be captured by a huge anti-Trump documentarian, Zach D Roberts. I wouldn’t be surprised if the black guy in the photo was paid generously so Zach could get that shot, which would explain why none of his other friends in the group were there to get his back in that moment.
I also can’t rule out the possibility of the torch march being a fraud, as well as the Vice documentary. These 2 things set the stage for everyone opposing the protesters, painting them all as racist, Nazis, and white supremacists. That was a huge crowd! Why weren’t they there to protect The League of the South when they were escaping? The torch guys also appeared to be mean, and mad. If that many people would have been there at the rally, ready to fight, it would have been much worse. The torch march was great fuel to make the counter protesters full of hate the next morning, towards true patriots standing up for their culture, for a torch march they were no part of.
I have no solid proof that the torch march was set up for this reason. But after watching the footage of the Charlottesville protests and noticing that the League of the South was in a lot of it, but were not represented in the Vice video showing the torch march, I put 2 and 2 together and realized that the footage we’re looking at is a patriot group labeled as Nazis only because of the torch march the night before. I didn’t see their flags, nor did I see the leader of the League of the South in the torch march.
I believe one of the main motives for staging the Charlottesville protests may have been to delegitimize the League of the South. Can you image the revenue the Federal government would lose if all of the Southern states didn’t pay income taxes anymore?
The League of the South tell their side of the story in the link above. Their statement is congruent to my conclusion after watching the footage of what happened in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017 (George Soros’ birthday). And if that wasn’t enough, I later saw Tom Woods shared an older post where he talks about Southern history and the League of the South. He was present in the very early days of founding of the organization, and says it’s legit. He wrote an article in 2005 about it so this is not a new issue. I respect Tom Woods and if he says they’re good, then that settles it.