The Battle of New Orleans

They couldn’t leave them alone.

We’ve been saying for years now that antifas hate the Southern people. They want to destroy our identity. They hate our heritage. They hate our culture. They hate you for being Southern. We are their enemy. Your enemy is someone who wants to cause you physical harm. That’s what they want to do to us.

I don’t think the Confederate heritage crowd ever really understood that. They get hung up on slogans like “Heritage, Not Hate.” They are eager to tell you about legions of “Black Confederates.” Your enemy doesn’t care about these things though. They simply hate you. They want to erase you from public spaces. They’re only using the charge of “racism” as a club to bludgeon and humble you. Do you get it now?

We’re told that “antifas” are opposed to hate. They’re opposed to “fascism.” I have never once believed any of this bullshit. These people are ideologically motivated anarchists and communists. They love you so much that they will slash your tires, strike you with brass knuckles from blind alleys, throw rocks and hurl broken bottles at you, spit on you, scream at you, mace little old ladies, etc., etc. They are doing that because they hate you. You are their enemy. They want to harm you.

So, this brings us to New Orleans.

I’ve only traveled there as a tourist. I haven’t been there to spread racism or fascism. I know how antifas operate though and so last weekend I was in Pikeville, KY to stand beside the actual Nazis against the antifas. Why did I do that? I went to Pikeville, KY because antifas are my enemy. They want to cause me physical harm. I’m actually not a Nazi, but I am aware it is all the same to these people. We all know antifas are like rabid dogs who violently attack everyone to the Right of Vladimir Lenin.

I got a lot of criticism for that decision, but I still say it was a sound one. Antifas don’t care that I am a Southern Nationalist. I love the Southern people. I’m pro-White. I’m pro-Christian. I’m not ashamed of my ethnic, cultural or racial identity. I love my ancestors. I care about the welfare of my descendants. Again, in their eyes, all forms of nationalism might as well be Nazism. Trump is basically Hitler. When they scream “every nation, every race, punch a Nazi in the face,” a Southern Nationalist will suffice.

Earlier this week, Black Rebel, Arlene Barnum and other Black Confederate heritage activists were guarding the Jefferson Davis monument in New Orleans. None of us were there. There was no one who was remotely a fascist there on the ground in New Orleans. And yet, that didn’t matter to the antifas. They hate Black Rebel as much as they hate Richard Spencer, Ann Coulter or Milo Yiannopoulos. So they attacked them too on May Day and wrote a big triumphant story about it:

“If you know nothing else about New Orleans, know that even its anarchists are intensely provincial. We don’t like anybody telling us what to do, but we reserve special detestation for people from outside New Orleans trying to assert control over our communities.

We also really super-duper hate racists! …

Oh reader, we tried with these dummies. We tried dialogue, we tried heckling, we tried burning their ugly belongings, but they just didn’t get the message.

So on May Day, we ran them off entirely. …

These pathetic, deeply isolated self-hating losers yelp about “loyalty” and “FAMBLY” constantly, like Dom Toretto with tourette’s, but when it comes down to it they’ll never have each others’ backs. They’re paralyzed by fear and listless with alienation… because fear and alienation are the wellspring of their (deformed, incoherent) politics! Profound loneliness, terror of the perceived “other,” and an inchoate desire to be part of something meaningful: while one can be sympathetic to these shortcomings, what it means in practice is that all the “3% militia” and “Proud Boys” and “Patriot Bikers” and other effectively nonexistent internet fantasy clubs they assign themselves amount in the end to nothing, or more exactly, to a half-dozen LITERALLY SHAKING out-of-state livestreamers sobbing “Send reinforcements!” into their iphones while a crowd of 200 surrounds and jeers them. …

But alas, Pygmalion’s white supremacist remained cold unfeeling stone, unmoved by either the neoconfederates’ tears or the eggs and pies we lobbed to provide the (notably ungrateful) monument defenders supplemental nutrition. …

New Orleans has awful infrastructure. The white supremacists’ vehicles must have hit some very sharp-edged pot-holes on the way over, because when the Confederate Dunces loaded up into their trucks, they found their tires had been slashed! Ay dios mio. In the little space before they accepted this and rolled noisily off down the street on their rims, they got to witness New Orleanians smashing and destroying the remaining shrine of candles and fake flowers these nobodies had laid at their stone idol’s feet.

With the fascists run off, the party continued long into the night. Some racist monuments got redecorated. It’s New Orleans. It was May Day. We like to have a good time. …”

In related news, antifas committed serial arson in Philadelphia. They caused over $100,000 worth of damage there in vandalism alone. These people rioted in the streets of Portland, Oregon and Olympia, Washington. They hurled Molotov Cocktails at the police in Portland and Paris and engulfed police officers in flames. Can you imagine the kind of press we would get if any of us so-called “hate groups” were doing anything remotely similar to these people?

This is what antifas are doing in New Orleans:

Let’s not forget this one:

I don’t see how their feelings could be anymore clear. Do you?

Over at “,” New Orleans Antifa boast about attacking New Orleans Police Department patrol cars, committing arson at the Confederate History Museum, repeatedly vandalizing monuments and smashing windows out of banks other businesses. We can add to that list menacing, threatening and assaulting Black Confederate heritage activists. Has Mayor Mitch Landrieu given these antifas a free hand in New Orleans? Why aren’t these people the public nuisance?

Mayor Mitch Landrieu has surrendered to radical antifas and black power groups:

Black Rebel and others issued a call for help. New Orleans Antifa mocked the Black Confederate heritage activists for being abandoned by their SCV supporters. Who are you going to call?

The Alt-Knights have responded:

A shitload of people are en route to New Orleans.

We know Arlene Barnum. We also remember what happened to Anthony Hervey after the Monumental Dixie rally in Birmingham, AL in 2015. We haven’t forgotten about that.

RIP Anthony Hervey.

If you were alive today, we know you would be there in New Orleans. We weren’t the ones who ran you off the road and murdered you for your political views.

If you can make it to New Orleans this weekend, please come. Anti-Communist Action will be there to defend Confederate heritage activists against feral antifas and support our historic monuments and Southern identity. Oh, and we’re also going to have a lot of fun doing it while we are there. We haven’t had one of these events in Louisiana before. You don’t want to miss this one.

Note: As many have noted, this has less to do with the Civil War than the Second Civil War.

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  1. Some of you are about as trusting of the Roman Catholic authorities in New Orleans, as the Huguenots were in France, and you know what happened to the Huguenots don’t you?

  2. Serious about the armored trucks and jeeps. Don’t expect the local police to be nice. I’d bring horses too. If anyone has saved a few old police horses from the knackers yard bring them too.

  3. Huguenots were jews and shills for jews. Vanguard of the radical left. Find yourself a surviving Huguenot family and you’ll find you’re talking to a communist.

  4. spahnranch1969
    MAY 6, 2017 AT 3:27 AM
    @Billy Ray Cyrus, I mean Jenkins:

    Wasn’t there a Catholic chapter of the Klan in Louisiana, the Order of the White Camilla, or something like that? There were many Catholics who fought for the Stars and Bars, it is absurd to claim they were unpatriotic or tried to sabotage the South’s War of Independence from the Union.

    Even before the war, the Knights of the Golden Circle which was hand in hand with the Mardi Gras Mistick Krewe of Comus had many Catholics in her ranks. The KGC is the parent group to the Ku Klux Klan Ku Klux-Kuklos which means circle in Greek. The Know-Nothings, which was the first real movement after Thomas Jefferson (rot in hell) opened our borders with the Naturalization Act of 1802 to attempt to force the government to close the borders banned all Catholics from their ranks EXCEPT in Maryland and Louisiana, where they allowed Catholic chapters. This was because in Maryland, there were a sizeable number of English Catholic Families from its day as the Catholic refuge and in Louisiana where the Franco-Iberian Creoles supported slavery and traditional white culture 100%. (quick note Franco-Iberian denotes white creoles of French and Spanish blood, not mulattoes). The Confederate Government was NOT repeat NOT Anti-Catholic in fact Jeff Davis was educated by Catholics and was so close to him Pope Pius IX made him a crown of thorns with his own hands and sent it to him while in prison. Who was the only government to recognize the CSA? The Vatican.

    The Original Ku Klux Klan was strictly an ANTI-REPUBLICAN organization, of course they did beat and occasionally murder a Negro or two, but their goal was strictly the return of Southern Democratic hegemony. The Klan was only partially successful but their replacement, the Red Shirts and White League who positioned themselves as gun clubs/hunting clubs finished the job. In fact the Jewish banker Bernard Baruch one of the architects of the enslavement of Germany POST WWII and one of the men aside from Morganthau Patton hated with a passion, his father was a Klansman in South Carolina.

    THE SECOND ERA KLAN founded after The Birth Of A Nation was largely dominated by the Southern Baptist Convention and did as the Baptists commanded. The Baptists were anti-papist, anti-liquor so the Klan was. The Baptists were anti-dancing, anti-women wearing makeup and short skirts, so was the Klan. The Baptists believed strongly that the Hamites (Negroes) were cursed by God via Noah so that to make them anything but subservient was to go against God. The Klan believed this as well. Although there were exceptions, mostly in Louisiana it could be argued that the Klan and the Southern Baptist Convention were like fraternal twins. When the Klan moved into the North (It had always had some influence in Cincinnati OH even in the first Klan Era, because the Hq of the Knights of the Golden Circle was Cincinnati OH) the Northern Baptists and most Northerners in particular agreed with the Southern Baptists on Catholics and everything else so it was a marriage made in heaven. Thats why Ohio and Indiana brimmed with Klansmen.

    Obviously this relationship between the Baptists and the Klan soured by the 1950’s and today the SBC would deny any relationship with the Invisible Empire.

  5. @ Captain John

    The Vatican was the only government to OFFICIALLY recognize the Confederacy. Krafty Wurker and his extreme Anti-Catholic views, while I agree that the Vatican today is a sewer, historically this concept was not a Southern view but a Northern view. As I pointed out the SECOND ERA KLAN introduced ANTI-CATHOLICISM into the Klan Creed because after Redemption in 1877, the Southern Baptist Church ended up in supreme control of the South. BEFORE THE WAR Episcopalians Presbyterians and Baptists all jostled for control, but AFTER REDEMPTION the South was in some places almost exclusively a Southern Baptist Dictatorship. The Southern Baptists ended up in control of the Klan as well and wrote the new rules.

    Of course today the Southern Baptist Convention would never admit that they and the Invisible Empire were once fraternal twins or that they ever had anything in common. The relationship between the Baptists and Klan soured when the Baptists began to slowly change their stance on the Negro issue. By the 1960s the divorce was final

  6. @Rich Wagner @Stephen Dalton: Like the Huguenots of Carolinas, that Michael Cushman writes of, such as Ralph Izard, John Laurens, and Francis Marion, or the producer-director D.W, Griffith who put our Confederate story on film.

  7. Krafty, they have a point as far as France goes. Them Huguenots were among the most fanatical partisans of that most godless of events called French Revolution and kike enfranchisement there, but then, you would argue that they had a point due to the ancien regime’s persecution of their lot.

  8. What are you talking about? The Huguenots had either been murdered or driven out of France by the Roman Catholics, over 100 years before the French Revolution.

  9. I’m going to have to bring up a list of Roman Catholics on the New Orleans City Council, and the Roman Catholic lawyer who has been the leader in the removal of the Confederate monuments.

  10. Krafty, not all of them were. In fact, read the “Massacres of the South: 1551-1815” by Alexandre Dumas and you will see the chronicle of their survival in the country both before and after Louis XIV’s persecutions in quite the detail.

  11. In fact, I’d say that Louis XIV’s grouping of the Huguenots with Les Juifs in his prohibition to settle the Caribbean plantation colonies was no accidental at all (a prohibition that was notoriously ignored in Saint-Domingue, which would come to bite their ass later).

  12. Krafty Wurker, quit larping that you’re fighting in the 30 Years War. Your posts do nothing but cause division.

  13. You are out of your mind. After the repeal of the Edict of Nates in 1682/1685 it was illegal to be a Protestant in France. You are either a crackpot or a liar.

    Let’s deal with facts.

  14. “Division”, the Roman Catholic leaders are tearing the Confederate monuments down in New Orleans, and you have the gall to even mention division.

  15. Here’s a good part of the OT Bible that I think applies to this week in New Orleans. It’s pretty much a time for war and killing:

    “Ecclesiastes 3King James Version (KJV)

    3 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

    2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

    3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

    4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;

    5 A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;

    6 A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;

    7 A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;

    8 A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.”

  16. I think Krafty Walker should identify SPECIFIC Catholics in the New Orleans areas who are doing open desecration of Confederate graves, Confederate monuments.

    It does no good to simply rant and rave about how much you hate Catholics as a whole – this lets the specific real life people who are desecrating Confederate Graves, confederate monuments – it lets them off the hook.

    The Left punishes they’re perceived enemies. In way too many cases we never punish our enemies, just rant and rave and wasting our time in anger and frustration, hoarding guns that are never used.

    Identify our enemies, punish them, only use weapons that can be used. AR 15 rifles are in 99% of the case not practical, a fist, a boot, a leather belt with a heavy belt buckle – yep, very practical.

    Krafty find out which specific Catholic priest ministers to this worst ever mayor of New Orleans. Meet with the Priest. Express your personal opposition to Confederate Grave desecration. I met with the theater managers who were showing “D’Jango Unchained” opening on Christmas Day. I informed them that this was unacceptable.

    Let’s take a page from Jewish people, what do they do to people who insult or threaten them?

    We have to get so much better at doxing.

  17. Krafty Wurker, this desecration of Confederate monuments is not unique to Catholics.
    Most of the politicians in Louisiana are Cajun descent and are Catholic. DUH. Outside Louisiana, the Republican politicians taking down Confederate monuments are all Protestant. Your posts are Autistic rambling nonsense and you really need to focus on solutions for white people rather than focusing all your hate on fellow white Catholics.

  18. I was proud to be with David Duke at one of these monuments in the early 1990s where we faced the same Antifa scum.

    I taunted them with this chant:

    “Suppor Korean grocers, Support Korean grocers”

    The best the Antifa could come back with was:

    “Fu** you man”

    Our side needs to get better and group chants and group singing like English Soccer hooligans.

    Here’s one that the English do when the English national team plays Turkey:

    (Song to the tune of She’ll be coming around the mountain when she comes)

    “Oh I’d rather be a Paki than a Turk”

  19. Also the second Klan used the title “Imperial” in a lot of its officers and meet in “Klaverns. The original Klan had a Grand Wizard, not and Imperial Wizard ( or Imperial anything) and met in Dens, not Klaverns. I understand that Judah P. Benjamin helped finance the original Klan while living in exile in London.

  20. You closet Roman Catholics are too much. Roman Catholic Mayor Mitch Landrieu, as Brad and I have pointed out, is the driving force behind the destruction of the Confederate monuments. Like most Roman Catholic politicians he may well be taking Jew money as Mike Hill has accused him of doing.

    Do you remember a few months ago when I named the Roman Catholic lawyer, and the Roman Catholic University that has pushed the destruction for the monuments in the courts for Landrieu?

  21. Krafty Wurker

    All I am doing is pointing out HISTORICALLY that ANTI-CATHOLICISM was not a Southern Trait it was a Yankee Trait that the Southern Baptists (originally a NE Puritan group) planted in the South. It didn’t become a big part of Southern Life until after Reconstruction when the Baptists gained complete political control.

  22. Brad Griffin wrote a long article some years ago about how the Southern Baptists came from the Presbyterians. I’m just dropping into this discussion right here and will read back a bit, but want to put this out. Brad claimed, as I have read, that the Southern Baptists converted in the South from what was largely Presbyterianism.

    Are you saying, BRJ, that Puritans in the Northeast sent anti-Catholic Baptists down to convert the South?

    Because the Presbyterians in the North didn’t like Catholics either. My (mostly) irish catholic mother clings to a story of a date she went on with a Presbyterian guy in her 1950’s youth. At some point he complained about the Catholics moving in (to the town or even country I think). He’d asked her out knowing she attended Catholic girls schools. She came from a very upper middle class irish catholic family, ‘lace curtain’ as they were called among the irish, and looked very nordic, with natural blonde hair, 5’9″, etc.

    Even to his date’s face he couldn’t control his disgust for the her co-religionists. This was in an area that had already begun to accept or deal with irish catholic presence, no less, in some fraternity against the invading sandniggers aka italians and jews.

    The idea that a base of presbyterian people were somehow ‘okay’ with the catholics except for Puritan influence seems very far-fetched to an aryan catholic who grew up in the Northeast in a mix of all these peoples.

  23. All Protestants distrusted the ‘Papists.’ That’s the definition of Protestantism, for crying out loud.

    And for good reason. The entire centralized concentration of political power concept that is Roman Catholicism went against the entire grain of Protestant America. How BRJ doesn’t get this is beyond me.

    An older guy friend from south NJ around Philly once told me in his youth, the 1960’s, 70’s, ‘the Catholics and the Orangemen’ had a sort of alliance against the Anglicans.

    ‘But only because we HATED THEM more than EACH OTHER.’

  24. One reason the antebellum South supposedly wasn’t anti-Catholic may have been because there weren’t ENOUGH to worry about until after the war.

    I would like to see a source for BRJ’s contention about Puritans in New England becoming the Baptists who then converted the South. I’ve never heard any version even approximating that.

  25. Here’s an interesting source chronicling ‘tolerance’ in the South for jews prior to the Civil War: The North tried to resist integration with the jews, even well into the 1950’s. Anyone ever heard of the movie A Gentleman’s Agreement?

    If the South tolerated some Catholics before the war, it was even more ‘tolerant’ of Jews. There was the rich and the rest of mostly poor whites. The rich whites in power might have tolerated the hierarchical nature of the Church, and the ethnic/racial oligarchical one of Judaism.

    Maybe in all this tolerance or faked and failed resistance to the erosion and purposeful destruction of Protestant White America there is a lesson.

    Never again.

  26. I received an email from Oath Keepers requesting help in defending monuments in New Orleans tomorrow at 11:00AM. Stewart Rhodes has put out a call for assistance on the issue.

  27. “our side needs to get better at group chants and group singing like the English soccer hooligans” Jack Ryan May 6 2017

    Try rugby.

    For this you absolutely have to have the top tenors which can take control of even the noise of 70,000 people and direct it to the opposition

    At Old Trafford or Twickenham when a guest team brings ‘the Haka’ – which is the Black war display – the English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish teams/fans meet it like this:
    Haka drowned out by the English

    Here is the Welsh response
    Best ever Amazing Response – Wales v New Zealand All Blacks Haka 2008
    Scotland Rugby Team singing Flower of Scotland

    Cym Rhondda (Bread of Heaven) is the official anthem of Welsh Rugby and although there are many versions of it sung in Cardiff, the best is still the rendition from “How Green was my Valley”
    How Green was my Valley
    Cym Rhondda – Bread of Heaven

    And of course the indomitable Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau (National Anthem Wales: Cymru am byth)
    Epic rendition of Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau – Wales v NZ ’67

  28. “… I went to Pikeville, KY because antifas are my enemy. They want to cause me physical harm. I’m actually not a Nazi, but I am aware it is all the same to these people….”

    The KKK never called me a Nazi and the Nazi’s never called me a racist.

  29. Onceler, I have no sympathy or empathy for anything Jewish. I was not reared in the Jewish religion, because my father had no knowledge of his Jewish ancestry. I only found out about it about fifteen years ago. Finding out about it didn’t make me Pro-Jewish, because years before that discovery, I found out what a morally and spiritually corrupt culture and religion the Jews had. And before that, I was involved in a Judaizing sect called the Worldwide Church Of God. It was a corrupt organization, and my experiences there left me with a hostility for anything that smacked of Judaizing.
    And as for my Catholicism, I have no love for what passes as mainstream Catholicism. I believe in the traditional Catholic faith, and I share its historical antipathy toward Judaism and Islam.

  30. Stephen Dalton is a great man. I was honored to be shoulder to shoulder with him when we joined the League of the South protests against Tyson Foods flooding Middle Tennessee with Somalian Muslim low wage workers.

    Stay strong Stephen.

    I request that commenters here do not spread malicious gossip about Stephen D or other solid men and women.

    Fight our enemies, not our good people.

  31. Dixie monuments been removed signifies force integration, end of apartheid of North America. Trump already a lame duck bully third rate Syria,NK.

  32. Onceler
    MAY 7, 2017 AT 1:32 AM

    All Protestants distrusted the ‘Papists.’ That’s the definition of Protestantism, for crying out loud.
    And for good reason. The entire centralized concentration of political power concept that is Roman Catholicism went against the entire grain of Protestant America. How BRJ doesn’t get this is beyond me.

    I actually DO get it but the South was different. The Aristocracy of Dixie was largely Anglican/Episcopalian before the Civil War in fact Jefferson Davis was educated by Roman Catholics. Anti-Catholicism was brought to the South by the Southern Baptists AFTER Reconstruction. BEFORE War and Reconstruction ANTI-CATHOLICISM was RARE in Dixie

  33. Onceler the Baptist Church was originally a breakaway NEW ENGLAND PURITAN Church HQ in Rhode Island. The Congregationlists kicked them out of Massachusetts and they went to Rhode Island. They didn’t have much luck expanding in the North, so they proselytized in Virginia and began to grow there. HOWEVER the fact remains. The Baptist Church is the heritage of extreme New England Puritanism in Dixie

  34. If a full, i mean full, marching band could be used in a protest and have them play “Dixie” many times full volume and encourage all Southerners in audience sing along that would drown out the scum on the Left and all their hate-whitey chants.

  35. Looks like Hunter and the rest of the boys down at the New Orleans demonstration once again fell victim to the eternal Yankee. These so-called ‘right-wingers’ and ‘patriots’ are a joke.

  36. Also the term “Vandals” is an ethnic slur against our Germanic brothers and sisters.

    The Vandals were a Germanic tribe in the 5th century AD – that fought honorably against the corrupt Roman Empire. There is no evidence that the people defacing Confederate monuments were Germans. Would the press say:

    Zulus deface Confederate monuments without any evidence?

  37. The Vandals (Wanderers) were Romanophile Germans. They kept Carthage going for a long time as an advanced culture until Justinian send Belisarius

  38. In 1814 we took a little trip
    Along with Colonel Jackson down the mighty Mississippi
    We took a little bacon and we took a little beans
    And we caught the bloody British in the town of New Orleans

    We fired our guns and the British kept a-comin’
    There wasn’t nigh as many as there was a while ago
    We fired once more and they began to runnin’
    On down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico

    Johnny Horton.

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