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Secessionist Group Creating Paramilitary Unit, 'The Indomitables' (Video)

| by Michael Allen

The League of the South (LOS), a neo-Confederate organization, is reportedly creating a paramilitary group that will be tasked with a second secession in the south.

The Southern Poverty Law Center quotes unidentified sources and internal memos that say the new armed unit is called “The Indomitables.”

“We desire that our women and children be warm and snug while the world outside rages. And as our due for that we must face the world," LOS president Michael Hill stated in one memo, says the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Hill was contacted by the Southern Poverty Law Center and asked about “The Indomitables.” Hill did not respond directly, but reportedly wrote on the LOS website:

Even if we are –– and you really have no idea on earth if we are or not ––setting up a Southern militia or some other form of paramilitary organization, we are doing nothing that free men have not done for centuries. Deal with it and stop your whining.

The Southern Poverty Law Center notes that Hill posted about “The Indomitables” on Twitter on Aug. 16, but later deleted the tweet.

Hill often talks about white supremacy (video below), but this appears to be a new step for the LOS.

Psychologist Warren Throckmorton noted on his blog in July that Hill wrote on the LOS website:

To oversimplify, the primary targets will not be enemy soldiers; instead, they will be political leaders, members of the hostile media, cultural icons, bureaucrats, and other of the managerial elite without whom the engines of tyranny don’t run.

Sources: Southern Poverty Law Center, Warren Throckmorton