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Lessons From New Orleans

Friday, May 19, 2017 13:59
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The League of the South has spent years warning about Southern cultural genocide.

Unlike our friends in the Southern heritage movement, Southern Nationalists do not believe that we can coexist in a multiracial democracy. We do not believe we can preserve our Southern heritage while becoming a racial and cultural minority in our own lands. In every society, someone always rules. In the past, we ruled ourselves and erected public monuments to our forefathers.

As the Robert E. Lee monument comes down in New Orleans, I have compiled a list of the lessons we have learned from this episode. This is a verdict on multiracial democracy.

1.) Dylann Roof Didn’t Cause This

Dylann Roof has nothing to do with this.

We have no reason to believe Dylann Roof ever visited New Orleans or Louisiana. Malcolm Suber, the black communist activist behind Take ‘Em Down NOLA, succeeded in getting the Orleans Parish School Board to rename George Washington Elementary School in the 1990s. In fact, the Orleans Parish School Board had renamed 27 public schools in New Orleans by 2005.

Last September, Take ‘Em Down NOLA held a rally in New Orleans to tear down the Andrew Jackson statue. Malcolm Suber told The New York Times he wants to tear down the George Washington statue by the New Orleans Public Library. Take ‘Em Down NOLA also wants to either tear down or rename Tulane University, the World War I Memorial, the Andrew Jackson statue and dozens of other streets, schools, hospitals, universities and monuments in New Orleans. They also want $5 million dollars a year for an Africanization initiative called “Build ‘Em Up NOLA” which would “create jobs for black youth, erect historical markers to more accurately celebrate the city’s history, and support black artists and historians in creating narratives and images about that history.”

Yesterday, The New Republic published a fawning article on the black communists behind Take ‘Em Down NOLA which makes it clear that Charleston was only a “catalyst” which was used to advance a preexisting agenda. According to Michael “Quess” Moore, the Confederate monuments in New Orleans “were easier to stigmatize because they were all in the Confederacy.” The incipient Take Em’ Down NOLA group, however, had been meeting at the Robert E. Lee monument since Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson in 2014. They were educated by the black communists Malcolm Suber and Leon Waters who have been pushing their agenda in New Orleans since the 1980s and 1990s.

This is a racial power struggle. Malcolm Suber and Leon Waters are black communists. They frame their cause in terms of a 1811 slave revolt led by a Haitian slave driver.

2.) The Lügenpresse Creates False Anti-White Narratives

In the wake of Charleston, the Lügenpresse created the narrative that Confederate monuments had to be removed and the Republican Party sprung into action across the South.

I said at the time that there was a racial double standard. This only happens on the rare occasions when Whites kill blacks as Dylann Roof did in Charleston. When blacks target and kill Whites, the Lügenpresse doesn’t create and drive anti-black narratives to remove black monuments. To cite just a few recent examples, anti-police and anti-white black supremacist shooters like Kori Allen Muhammad in Fresno, Ismaaiyl Brinsley in New York City, Vester Lee Flanagan II in Roanoke, Micah X. in Dallas and Cosmo Setepenra in Baton Rouge are treated as disturbed, isolated individuals rather than as representatives of their race or any leftwing political cause like Black Lives Matter.

When Muslim terrorists strike out and kill Whites in the name of jihad, the Lügenpresse is adamant that Islam is a religion of police and that Muslims are not to blame. In the rare instances when a White shooter like Dylann Roof kills blacks, White Southerners are held collectively responsible.

3.) The Democratic Party Embraces The Leftwing Fringe

Mayor Mitch Landrieu and the New Orleans City Council are enacting the agenda of black communists who support the Africanization of New Orleans. The Democratic Party embraces the radical leftwing fringe while hypocritically demanding that that the Republican Party disavow “extremists.” We see this all the time at rallies where Black Bloc anarchists and communists flying the Soviet flag stand in solidarity in crowds with their fellow Democrats who protect them from the police.

4.) Someone Always Rules

In case you needed another reminder, black supremacists are behind the movement to remove Confederate monuments in New Orleans. They are driven by racial and cultural animus against White Southerners. The alternative to white supremacy in the past is black supremacy in the present. Naturally, the Lügenpresse ignores the “hate” which comes from their side.

5.) Black Confederates Are Nazi Scum Too

It is not about you. How many times do we have to say it? These people hate you. They want to destroy your heritage. They even want to cause you physical harm.

As we saw in New Orleans, KK the Indian, Arlene Barnum and Black Rebel, all of whom are non-White monument defenders, were attacked by Antifa. They got multiple death threats. When I was briefly at the Jefferson Davis monument, I saw bicyclists speed by and hurl the worst kinds of abuse.

The Left can be as violent, racist and hateful as it wants while our side is strangely expected to look, behave, dress and associate like the church choir. The Left can mace elderly women, throw sucker punches and hurl rocks. They can spray paint “Black Power” on our monuments. They can attack police officers and be as nasty and vulgar as they want. They can welcome every extremist under the sun – black communists, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, New Black Panthers, Republic of New Afrika, etc. – into their ranks. They can form mobs and look like they just crawled out from underneath a rock!

Meanwhile, the Right will debate this or that person’s affiliations, the optics of the event, whether or not we have any “racists” in our ranks, whether it is a good thing to be associated with this or that person, the language that is used, whether there is any violence, etc. The Right does all this while the Left riots in the streets, busts windows, sets buildings on fire and violently attacks people.

New Orleans was the ultimate repudiation of Rainbow Confederates. These people do not care … that you are not a racist, that you are non-White, that you have non-White friends, non-White family members, that you are a nice, tolerant, decent and wonderful Christian. They do not care how many blacks fought for the Confederacy. All they know is that you are the enemy and it is all the same to them.

For the last time, it is not about you. It is about them. They are ideologically motivated black supremacists and militant communists and anarchists. They are going to behave this way regardless of what you say. They are going to be supported by the Democratic Party regardless of what you do. We have a bad habit of exaggerating the importance of what we say and do.

6.) Yes, Politics Is a Zero Sum Game

I’m tired of hearing the talking point that “politics isn’t a zero sum game.” Yes, it is a zero sum game. The destruction of our monuments is as zero sum as it gets.

7.) Yes, It Is About Race

I’m sick and tired of hearing this canard as well.

Every single member of the Black Caucus opposed the monument bill in the Louisiana House. They walked in unison out of the House chamber. The removal of monuments in New Orleans and the renaming of schools, hospitals, universities, streets and buildings is totally about black identity politics, black racial consciousness, black political power and the agenda of Organized Blackness.

Yes, we should judge everyone as individuals. Yes, there are black individuals who support the monuments as well as White Southerners who oppose the monuments. At the same time though, we are more than individuals and racial identity is a real force in Louisiana politics.

Blacks never hesitate take their own side. Whites should take our side in politics as well.

8.) The Republican Party Is Useless

After what happened with Gov. Nikki Haley and the Confederate Battle Flag in South Carolina, this much should have been obvious. The Republican Party, which is subservient to the Chamber of Commerce, has always wanted to erase our Southern heritage.

Republicans in the Louisiana House of Representatives passed a toothless monuments bill. This is another example of token gesture politics. The bill only formalizes the process of removing monuments in Louisiana. It wouldn’t have stopped New Orleans or Shreveport from removing Confederate monuments. Once again, Republicans want to get credit for doing something while doing nothing.

9.) The SCV Is Useless

As we saw in New Orleans, the SCV didn’t show up to oppose Take ‘Em Down NOLA.

These people are Boomer conservatives. They busy themselves appealing to federal courts, state legislatures and city councils which are deaf to their cause. Strangely, they believe they can “defend our heritage” through legalistic means while simultaneously losing the culture.

It is a losing argument. The destruction of Confederate monuments is the logical and inevitable outcome of the SCV failing to morally defend the racial and cultural aspects of the Confederate cause. Instead of taking the hard road, they chose “respectability” and have been defending disingenuous takes on history and attempting to prove they are not “racists” for the past thirty years.

10.) We Are Ultimately Responsible

At the end of the day, this is our fault.

It is not a New Orleans problem. It is not even just a Southern problem. We can see the same problem all over the West and it stems from the same fundamental causes. We have become Nietzsche’s Last Man. The people of the West want to believe that politics will go away, that everyone can live together in peace and harmony, that “race doesn’t matter” and other delusions.

We’re not the same men as our ancestors. Their culture was based on a sense of honor. They wouldn’t have tolerated such a disgrace. In contrast, our prosperity has made us weak. Liberal democracy has made us more individualistic and materialistic over time. The fact that we can be shamed into submission by mere words is a clue. Can you imagine the Confederate generation being defeated by accusations of “racism”? Why didn’t it ever occur to the slaves to accuse their masters of “racism”?

We have lost our sense of identity, our former morality and our religion too. We’ve degenerated into this highly individualistic, materialistic mass of trembling consumers. We’ve thrown away our real culture in exchange for this garbage on television. The White residents of New Orleans fled the rising tide of black crime to take up residence in the suburbs. Most of the people who support the Confederate monuments are afraid to come out and identify with their own cause in public.

In a sense, yes, it is about us. They have a stronger sense of racial identity than us. They are more assertive, organized, unified and confident. The opposition suffers from fewer delusions about politics. Their politicians are also generally faithful to the people they represent. As time goes on though, these people will continue to push but will steadily encounter more resistance. Whites will become less bashful about taking our own side in these disputes. We will become stronger, angrier, more unified and organized, more assertive and less captivated by delusions about race and politics. We will become less and less willing to support cuckservative politicians who fail to defend our interests once in office.

The pendulum will swing back. Just as strong men create the conditions which lead to weak men, it is weak men who create the conditions which lead to the reemergence of strong men.

Note: We’ve already seen a taste of this with the election of Trump and with Berkeley. There is a burning desire in White America for strong leadership.



Source: http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2017/05/19/lessons-from-new-orleans/

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