Secessionist Michael Hill Warns Of ‘Coming Civil War’

Neo-confederate southern-secessionist League of the South president Michael Hill warned last week about the “coming civil war in America.”

Such threats were common during the Obama administration, when it wasn’t hard to find right-wing activists warning of violent revolution; even Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin warned at the Values Voter Summit last September that if Hillary Clinton won the nation might only recover from tyranny through the blood of “patriots” and “tyrants.”

But apparently Trump’s victory was not enough to satisfy Hill, who complains about progressive activists’ resistance to the current administration and the “elite, Jew-dominated media” that he says “have run interference for the left by pushing the anti-nationalist, progressive Narrative non stop.” Unlike other white nationalists, Hill had not been particularly excited about Trump’s candidacy. But immediately after Trump’s election last November, Hill saw opportunity and called for “no mercy” for “the enemies of our God, our Folk and our civilization”:

Once the globalist-progressive coalition of Jews, minorities, and anti-white whites stops reeling in confusion from the results of yesterday’s election, we can expect them to start striking back with trickery and violence. Thus, we as Southern nationalists face both danger and opportunity.

Now, more than ever, we need tight organization and numbers to help drive a stake through Dracula’s heart and keep him from rising once again to menace our people and civilization. No mercy should be shown to the enemies of our God, our Folk, and our civilization. None would be afforded us.

Trump’s call for a temporary ban on Muslim immigration wasn’t enough for Hill, who called for deportation of all Muslims “and all other Third World immigrants.”

In his recent missive, Hill warned that it could only take one incident in which a supporter of one side or the other is killed to bring about “conflagration.”  But he sees that as inevitable anyway:

I have long been convinced that the US was headed for a real civil war (that conflict from 1861-65 was not a “civil war” but a war between two sovereign nations) and that the left would precipitate it by their intolerance of any rule but their own. Their leftist ideology simply will not allow them to compromise for the sake of establishing a stable society in which differences are worked out peacefully by well- and long-established means.

For the left, the so-called virtues of tolerance and diversity are ploys to be used against gullible conservatives. The left itself has no truck with either. They are interested only in establishing an ideological state that is at base anti-white and anti-Christian. It is high time “conservatives” wake up to the game that has been worked so successfully against them for the last half century.

When someone like Trump, who ostensibly represents the interests of the normal white middle and working classes who elected him, stands in the way of the leftist work of progressing toward the establishment of their ideological state, leftists behave as they are at present–with violence and obstruction.

The US has ceased to be a governable polity in 2017. It must split into at least two (and preferably more) separate, sovereign political entities to accommodate the two fundamental sides or it must be plagued with hostilities that ultimately will lead to open conflict and bloodshed on a scale unimaginable since World War Two in a civilized part of the world.

Michael Peroutka, the far-right former Constitution Party presidential candidate who is now a Republican county councilmember in Maryland, left the League of the South when his membership drew unfavorable attention during his 2014 election campaign. But he still said he didn’t have any problem with the organization. Indeed, Peroutka spoke at the group’s 2012 convention, where he asked participants to stand for the “national anthem” and then started singing “Dixie.” None of that prevented Peroutka from being welcomed by other right-wing leaders into membership in the secretive right-wing Council for National Policy network.