WHO’S AFRAID OF THE TRUTH?

As of today, May 19, 2017, Mitch Landrieu has finally completed the destruction of all four of the Confederate memorial monuments in New Orleans.

He has done this without the consent of the people of Greater New Orleans, Louisiana at all–he hasn’t even allowed them to vote on it.

Using taxpayers’ money, Mayor Landrieu has employed henchmen among the firefighters of New Orleans (read Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury) to destroy these American historical monuments–all wearing masks and bulletproof vests, and all with the protection of police snipers, also employed by Landrieu (read 1984, by George Orwell).

In a private speech Mayor Landrieu gave his cronies today–both Democratic and Republican–he said, “We cannot be afraid of the truth.”

Who’s afraid of the truth?

The four Black, Democratic mayors who preceded Mitch Landrieu were not afraid of the truth.

Mitch Landrieu’s father, Mayor Moon Landrieu, was not afraid of the truth.

The citizens of Greater New Orleans–of all races and ethnic groups–were not afraid of the truth.

But Mayor Mitch Landrieu was certainly afraid of the truth.

Why, he was so afraid of the truth that he completely censored it, erased it so that no one would ever be able to know or understand it.

No tourists would ever be able to ask who Jefferson Davis was, who P.G.T. Beauregard was, who Robert E. Lee was–or even what gave rise to a local skirmish between Democrats and Republicans.

No tourists would ever be able to ask what the Confederate States of America was–how it was established, and why–and why it fought a defensive war against the United States of America to maintain its independence.

No tourists would ever be able to ask why the United States waged this war against the Confederate States, in the first place–and why the United States engaged in a brutal occupation of the former Confederate States, in which all citizens of the former Confederate States of America were denied their constitutional rights under the United States Constitution for twelve years.

No tourists would ever be able to ask what impact this era of American history would have on the future of the United States of America.

No tourists would ever be able to ask any questions about American history in New Orleans at all, because no tourists would know what questions to ask.

No tourists would ever see any evidence of this history.

No tourists would ever be able to learn the truth.

No schoolchildren ever would, either.

No future citizens of Greater New Orleans ever would, either.

Yes, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu was certainly afraid of the truth.

Just as Republican South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley was.

Just as Republican Alabama Governor Robert Bentley was.

Just as Republican Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward was.

Just as Republican Escambia County Commissioners Doug Underhill, Steven Barry, Wilson Robertson, and Grover C. Robinson IV were.

Just as Democratic Escambia County Commissioner Lumon May was.

Just as every state and local politician in the Southern United States was–and still is.

Because all politicians know that truth is something to be avoided, at all costs.

All politicians know that their power can only be maintained as long as their constituents are kept in a state of ignorance–as long as their constituents are blissfully unaware of the truth.

Who’s afraid of the truth?

6 Responses to “WHO’S AFRAID OF THE TRUTH?”


  1. 1 solosocial May 20, 2017 at 8:55 pm

    “Delusional” is certainly an accurate word to describe such a sociopathological liar as Mitch Landrieu–or any of the other politicians engaged in this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America that is destructive to the United States of America. Such politicians lie so much, and so often, that they eventually believe their own lies.

    Here is an article that further specifies the true cost of this massacre of history, this massacre of truth:

    https://www.thehayride.com/2017/05/batiste-mitch-landrieu-fountains-delusion/

  2. 2 solosocial May 29, 2017 at 2:54 am

    It’s amazing how easily this New Orleans mayor lies–he might even be a better liar than Nikki Haley.

    His very first answer to Chuck Todd in the “Meet the Press” interview was a lie. He told Todd that the speech he made was for the people of New Orleans. The people of New Orleans were neither invited, nor allowed, to hear it. He made that speech, privately, to selected Democratic and Republican politicians–as the Confederate memorial monument honoring Robert E. Lee was destroyed.

    As politically correct (i.e. ethically incorrect) as the Digital-Age American press is, it still amazes me that it takes this laughably stereotypical politician seriously at all.

  3. 3 solosocial June 4, 2017 at 1:30 am

    Unless someone stops him, Mitch Landrieu will almost certainly be the Democratic Party’s nominee for President of the United States in 2020.

    Nikki Haley (who will be the Republican Party’s nominee for President of the United States in 2020 or 2024, unless someone stops her) is the most dangerous politician in the United States today. But Mitch Landrieu could be a close second–very soon.

    With this in mind, it behooves us to learn more about this diabolical politician’s misdeeds, present and past:

    https://thelensnola.org/2014/01/16/enemy-for-life-mayor-mitch-landrieu-accused-of-steamrolling-those-who-disagree-with-him/

  4. 4 solosocial June 8, 2017 at 7:34 pm

    New Orleans is now experiencing a massive onslaught of violent crime–possibly an unprecedented one.

    Why wouldn’t it be?

    When the mayor of a city orders the destruction of four American historical monuments, without the consent of his constituents–three of these massacres of history enforced under the cover of darkness, and all four enforced by firefighters wearing masks and bulletproof vests, under the protection of police snipers, funded by taxpayers’ money, and unattended by the mayor who has ordered them–what kind of message does he send to the least conscientious of his constituents?

    If the mayor of any city behaved like a heartless criminal, why wouldn’t the least conscientious of his constituents follow suit?

    This article provides details on this real-life lesson in cause and effect:

    https://www.thehayride.com/2017/06/fagan-mitch-landrieu-feeling-heat-sides-new-video-emerges/

  5. 5 solosocial June 14, 2017 at 1:21 am

    Now that all four of the Confederate memorial monuments in New Orleans have been destroyed, Mitch Landrieu has finally released information on the expenses of this destruction. The people of New Orleans were forced to pay at least one million dollars–for a massacre of history for which they had not even given their consent.

    This article provides details on these expenses:

    https://www.thehayride.com/2017/06/batiste-landrieu-spent-taxpayer-money-spy-citizens-police

  6. 6 solosocial June 22, 2017 at 6:40 am

    None of the Southern American people, of any race or ethnic group, are allowed to make any decisions regarding this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America–none of us are even allowed to vote on it. But all of us are forced to pay for it. Not only is this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America government without the consent of the governed–it’s also taxation without representation.

    It costs a great deal of taxpayers’ money to censor historical flags and destroy historical monuments. And this taxpayers’ money is not just collected from people who have to pay federal and state income tax and property tax. It’s also collected from people who have to pay sales tax. That’s everyone–including the unemployed and the homeless.

    Here is an article further detailing the suspicious circumstances behind the taxation of the people of New Orleans, of all races and ethnic groups; for the destruction of their American historical monuments, without their representation:

    https://www.thehayride.com/2017/06/batiste-landrieu-using-threats-to-justify-profligate-spending/


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