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UN CADEAU DE LA FRANCE EN 1972 EN HONNEUR DE L' HERITAGE FRANCAIS DE LA VILLE N' EST PAS POUR LE MOMENT SUR LA LISTE DECLARE MALCOM SUBER LE LEADER DU GROUPE TED....
The golden equestrian statue of St. Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orleans, stands on Decatur Street in New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. A gift from France in 1972 to honor the city’s French heritage, the statue is the focus of an annual community parade organized by a group devoted to the 15th-century saint and military heroine.
Joan, of course, has no connection to the Confederacy or to American history. But that didn’t stop someone from spray-painting “Tear it down!” on the statue earlier this year, according to Nola.com. The graffiti has since been removed, though stains remain, but the incident raises questions.
Did someone mistake a woman in medieval armor for a Southern general? If so, it wasn’t anyone associated with New Orleans’ active Tear ‘Em Down (TED) movement, which advocates for removing monuments to the Confederacy from public places.
“Joan of Arc is not on our radar,” assured Malcolm Suber, a leader of the New Orleans TED group.
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"" If we discount achievements because those who perform them are imperfect, there will be no achievements, only darkness. That creates a world of always tearing down and never building up, and the end of it is annihilation. In life is both great joy and great sorrow, and both deserve their due. That is what monuments are for.""
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Take ‘Em Down NOLA, the anti-monument group, is led by a man named Malcolm Suber. Suber is a professional community organizer and a communist. He has been involved in communist causes since the 1970s.
Suber though was kicked out of the Communist Party U.S.A. for being a Maoist.
.............One year ago in October 1979, an ultra-left faction emerged in Southern Region of the Party, headed by Albert Thrasher of Birmingham and Malcolm Suber New Orleans. Subsequent events have demonstrated that they were counter-revolutionary infiltrators who entered the Party for the sole purpose of destroying the Marxist-Leninist Party. Unable to successfully accomplish this goal, the Thrasher clique succeeded in accumulating forces and resources and engineered a split in the Party, moving to build a Maoist, ultra-left nationalist party, based mainly in the South, abandoning the majority of the industrial proletariat....
................The attacks on the monuments in New Orleans and now all across the country is nothing less than a mini-Marxist revolution. It’s a part of the radical left’s coordinated attacks on American culture in general. It is called cultural Marxism and it is intended at its core to destroy capitalism and American society.
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