Few US politicians have been as vocal in their support of bringing in Third World immigrants and displacing the Southern people in their own land as has Senator Lindsey Graham. The South Carolina Republican has worked with New York Democrat Chuck Schumer to push amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants currently in the United States. He has accepted an award from the National Council of La Raza, a radical Hispanic organisation which promotes an anti-White agenda.
While accepting the La Raza award Graham blasted his overwhelmingly White conservative constituents, telling the Hispanic crowd that those who opposed amnesty and Third World immigration are 'bigots' and that they should 'shut up.' Although Graham is endorsed by wealthy Republican donors and party elites, his support for displacing his own people through mass immigration causes his approval among Republican voters to plummet whenever immigration becomes a focus of the US news cycle. Graham attempts to deflect some of the public anger by claiming to be a 'Ronald Reagan Republican,' likening himself to the GOP president who gave amnesty to three million illegal immigrants.
Nevertheless, Graham has been censured by the Republican Party of various counties in the Palmetto State. In 2014 he comes up for re-election and faces popular South Carolina State Senator Lee Bright. The SC Republican Liberty Caucus has endorsed Bright and in campaign advertisements Bright has challenged Graham over his support of amnesty. Lindsey Graham's war chest of $7 million (thanks in large measure to his connections to the military-industrial complex – an especially powerful lobby in South Carolina given the State's numerous Federal military bases) and name recognition are expected to be his biggest assets in the Republican primary race against his more conservative, pro-States' rights and pro-secession challenger.
Following successful public demonstrations against the displacement of Southerners in Uvalda and Vidalia, Georgia and Murfreesboro and Shelbyville, Tennessee, the League of the South (the largest and most active Southern nationalist organisation) will hold a demonstration in the Greenville, SC area against Lindsey Graham and his anti-Southern policies. Lindsey Graham is one of the most outspoken enemies of the Southern people who has long supported Third World immigration and amnesty for illegal immigrants. He is up for re-election next year and is vulnerable because of his support for La Raza, Third World immigration and amnesty. We believe it is wrong to displace Southerners and that South Carolinians deserve better than Lindsey Graham. Please join us!
We will gather at 9:30 AM for the first demonstration, which will end at noon. We will then travel a short distance to the second site and hold a two hour demonstration there. More information on where to meet will be forthcoming.
After the demonstrations we will head to a nearby League of the South leader's property to enjoy each other's company and a catered BBQ dinner together.
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. 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: There are many nearby hotels. More information on this will be forthcoming. As well, participants may camp out on the private property where we will eat and socialise.
Click here for the event page on Facebook for this demonstration