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Duke to Oppose Black Hate in La.

U.S. Senate candidate Dr. David Duke, will personally defend the iconic Andrew Jackson statue in New Orleans against “Black Lives Matter” hate in downtown New Orleans on Saturday morning, September 24.

The “Take ‘Em Down Nola” group, which has aligned itself with the Black Lives Matter movement, has publicly threatened to “tear down” the statue, located in Jackson Square.

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According to a statement published in his campaign website, Dr Duke said he was “going to go down there in person to protect our heritage. Andrew Jackson was one of America’s greatest presidents, and hero of the 1815 Battle of New Orleans.

“There is no reason for the Black Lives Matter hate group to target this statue, other than as part of their national hate campaign against European-Americans,” Dr. Duke continued.

“Nowhere in this country are there groups of Europeans going around seeking to destroy any vestiges of any other peoples’ heritage. This is a purely one-way street of hate against white people,” he continued.



Dr. Duke will, therefore, he said, be at the Andrew Jackson statue in Jackson Square to personally defend his peoples’ heritage.

“This race-hatred against European-Americans has to stop,” he said. “It is being made worse by the establishment’s pandering to the Black Lives Matter movement, and the utterly false narrative being put out by the media that white police officers are randomly gunning down black people.

“All the statistics show that the biggest killers of black people are other black people, and that the police in fact shoot far more white people—both in real numbers and proportionately—than they do black people.

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“The threat to tear down the Andrew Jackson statue—a man who died in 1845—is another symptom of this creeping anti-European hatred which is being engendered and encouraged.

“This hatred has to stop, and I am determined to play my part in this matter, no matter what the personal risk. We need to make a stand now!” he concluded.

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  1. Why is it that blacks seem unable to protest peacefully , hold civilised meetings or use internet forums if there`s something they don`t agree with.
    Their first response is always to riot, destroy, loot, pillage and burn.
    Totally different mindset altogether from whites ……brains must be wired differently.

     
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  2. Remember the old “racist” expression, “You can take a man of the jungle, but you can’t take a man out of the jungle”? It’s so true, but in this politically correct world, no one dares to repeat it.

     
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  3. Andrew Jackson’s image has been removed off American currency, and been replaced by the image of a black matron wearing a head-scarf.

    Just about says it all about the state of the modern USA.

     
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  4. The US Civil War/ War between the States/ War of Seccession needs a re-examination, like the Holohoax and Churchill etc etc. I haven’t seen a clear, sound analysis anywhere, but I hope there s one or more out there.

     
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    1. _*videonote*_ “The South was 25% of the population and they were paying 80% of the taxes in the US which were being used to subsidize Northern industries”… https://youtu.be/s-AesrB5Twc?

      Ryan Dawson1 comment replly to MrVancityeagle: _*excerpt. more @ link above* “The declaration of secession included language from every faction including minority factions like slave owners who had a lot of money. Slavery wasn’t originally part of it. they pissed and moaned until they got everything included in it. These people were not the driving force of secession as secession and nullification movements started 30 years before the Civil War when slavery wasn’t even on the table. Furthermore slavery WASN’T on the table in the civil war either. The North via New York and Ohio introduced a constitution amendment, the Corwin Amendment which forbid the interference in slavery. Congress passed it too. It read :

      “No amendment shall be made to the Constitution which will authorize or
      give to Congress the power to abolish or interfere, within any State,
      with the domestic institutions thereof, including that of persons held
      to labor or service by the laws of said State.”

       
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  5. Andrew Jackson. On his deathbed he stated his greatest achievement was keeping the Bankers, that nest of vipers, out of America.
    No wonder they wanted him off the dollar bills.

     
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