A Discussion with Ike Baker, of the League of the South


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This evening we have with us Ike Baker, a long-time Southern Nationalist who was raised in the coastal South and who now lives in Appalachia. We have known Ike as the Chief of Operations for the League of the South since we had first met him in the wonderful environment of Charlottesville, Virginia, and the #UnitetheRight rally in August of 2017. Earlier in his life, Ike had for a long time served as an officer in the US military, and it would be interesting to know how he had transitioned from that environment to Southern Nationalism, and more recently even to Christian Identity.

Because some of our listeners from outside of the South are sometimes confused about the League, we would also like to discuss with Ike his view of the purpose of the League, and its attitude towards Whites in other regions. In my opinion, sometimes nationalists in the North get the wrong impression about that, in spite of the fact that the League has members in the North. So perhaps Ike can help clear up some of the confusion.