The League of the South disavows a spirit of malice toward any group and extends an offer of Christian goodwill and cooperation to all who wish to see the South a free and independent nation based on the principles of free association and ordered liberty. The League of the South believes that all groups should be free to pursue their own interests without the help or hindrance of government, and since we support free association within local, self-governing communities, we think governments should force neither segregation nor integration.
The League of the South seeks to protect the historic Anglo-Celtic core culture of the South because the Scots, Irish, Welsh, and English have given Dixie its unique institutions and civilization. Should the Christian, Anglo-Celtic core be displaced, then the South would cease to be recognizable to us and our progeny. We must maintain this all-important link to our European heritage from which we have drawn our inspiration. Anglo-Celtic Southerners and their European cousins have a duty to protect that which our ancestors bequeathed us. If we will not promote our own interests, no one will do it for us.