Look What We Just Discovered About ANTIFA THUGS Rioting In New Orleans- This Explains EVERYTHING

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The fight to retain our history is being waged on the front lines in New Orleans. Antifa has made it their business to insert themselves into an extremely tense situation and perhaps with the blessing of New Orleans leadership Mitch Landrieu.  

One thing was definitely clear according to the locals? Those folks? They were NOT from around here!

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As Antifa joined the Take ‘Em Down Nola crowd in their efforts to force the removal of what MANY  consider to be not just the history of the South but of America as well, it became very clear these were  not the regular citizens but the professional activist fringe – LGBTQ militants, racialists, the resist crowd, Marxists, out of town provocateurs, white guys waving “Black Lives Matter” posters, anti-capitalists, and other assorted eerie reminders reminiscent of the so-called “brown shirts” of Nazi Germany.

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My friend Heather Briggs was present for the protests in New Orleans and is a Louisiana native describes the anti-monument protesters as predominantly white and young.

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In fact, I’d said no less than 80% white. Many were college students posing for selfies.

My personal favorite was the pair wearing their “resist” sundresses while holding cocktails because the destruction of history and all that we hold dear as Americans is something to toast on such a delightful afternoon!

 

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What seems to be the problem is there is no groundswell of local support to remove the statues.  They may not be popular with everyone in the city, but a bare majority would like to see them removed and it is CLEARLY not the consensus.  Locals clearly care enough about KEEPING their history that they are taking to the streets to KEEP their history.  The threshold to remove a monument or a memorial ought to be far greater than to erect a new one.  There is no widespread outcry or push by community leaders to accomplish this, a point of great frustration as admitted by Mayor Mitch Landrieu.

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The threshold to remove a monument or a memorial ought to be far greater than to erect a new one.  There is no widespread outcry or push by community leaders to accomplish this, a point of great frustration as admitted by Mayor Mitch Landrieu. Yet in the face of great anger of his constituency, Landrieu persists.  WHY? That is the million dollar question.  WHAT purpose does his agenda serve? When it is abundantly clear amongst the locals that what he is attempting to do is NOT supported by the majority of the community.

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Secondly, those that seem to be supporting Landrieu clearly do NOT represent the mainstream of any political group or community within New Orleans or Louisiana or even in the majority of America for that matter. If they did, you would have seen a groundswell of support with local politicians linking arms, glad-handing and lending their support.  Instead, the only politician who seems willing to be associated other than Landrieu himself is a guy that received less than 2% of the vote for city council.  That would be the hapless Malcolm Suber, the Take Em Down Nola leader. It seems he tried to infiltrate from within but was unsuccessful so now he’s trying a different tact.  Image may contain: grass, plant, tree, outdoor and nature

 

The community is tired of being ripped apart.  Briggs states these aren’t people that should be the faces of a high-profile public debate.  These people should not be the face of New Orleans for America.  Briggs emphasized that New Orleans is a historically rich city.  The Battle of New Orleans was fought there as well as a battle during what some dub as the war of Northern Aggression and some still call the “Civil War.” It is also a city rich in tourism and trade and frankly, an irrational crusade against statues reminiscent of Joseph Goebbels’ book burning during the rise of Nazi Germany while communist thugs battle in the streets is frightening the extreme, yet that’s just the scene that my friend Heather Briggs describes is occurring in NOLA right now.

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Her words from May 6 as she was at the protest are telling as to what she was facing —

 

Please pray for the city of New Orleans and for the state of Louisiana.  They are under attack like never before. If they fall, how long do you think it will be before your city is next?

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