|Hunter Wallace in the black shirt, with his fiance; many more photos HERE|
So far, the mainstream media isn't touching this story except for one AP reporter on the scene taking photos, but the alternative white media is on the spot. On August 24th, 2013, a rally against Southern Demographic Displacement organized by the League Of The South and the Southern Nationalist Network was held in Uvalda, Georgia. The focus of the demo was upon illegal immigration and amnesty for illegal immigrants. The plan was to hold an initial demo in Uvalda, then head to nearby Vidalia for dinner, stage a similar rally, and then retire for the afternoon with an evening social planned. Coverage and photos of the events are posted on Occidental Dissent and the Southern Nationalist Network. There's been additional discussion of the rally on the Vanguard News Network Forum and on Stormfront. Here is a 19-minute video showing some of the action in Uvalda:
Summary: There were attempts to demonize and even censor publicity of the rally in advance. Palmetto Patriot attempted to place an ad in the Vidalia Advance, but it was rejected. Both the Anti-Defamation League and the SPLC published their usual hit pieces before the fact, with truth and fiction closely intermingled, attempting to paint a distorted picture of the Southern patriots as "neo-Nazis", "extremists", "racists", and "terrorists". Local politicos in Uvalda were sharply divided. On one side, there is Mayor Paul Bridges leading the charge against Georgia HB87, passed in 2011 to deal sternly with illegal immigration. Bridges even joined a 2011 lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the SPLC to overturn HB87. What's particularly disgusting about Bridges is that he professes to be a Republican; he exemplifies the type of crud we need to purge from the Republican Party. On the other side, Louis Smith, the chief of police, announced his intention to join the protest against illegal immigration.
Occidental Dissent webmaster Hunter Wallace, posting under his Stormfront moniker of Daidalos, estimates that a total of 50 patriots showed up. While this is similar in number to the typical NSM rally, sometimes the size of the fight in the crowd takes precedence over the size of the crowd in the fight. Wallace has really cleaned up his act during the past three years; he's slimmed down, buffed out, and is engaged to the daughter of Council of Conservative Citizens CEO Gordon Baum. It's clear he has committed himself to Southern nationalism. Other notables in attendance included Kyle Rogers, who runs the CofCC website, Dr. Michael Hill, the LoS president, and the police chief, Louis Smith, who bought them coffee and donuts and accepted an award from the League of the South.