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Although a fight currently waged against metal and mortar, the glee attending the left’s dismantling of New Orleans’s Confederate statuary has taken on the stink of bloodlust.  Down go the statues of Beauregard, Davis, and Lee; up come&n…

Source: Although a fight currently waged against metal and mortar, the glee attending the left’s dismantling of New Orleans’s Confederate statuary has taken on the stink of bloodlust.  Down go the statues of Beauregard, Davis, and Lee; up come&n…

Requiem for Pierre Gustave-Toutant Beauregard

Sundown We Remember

The nation and your state might have forgotten
Their favorite Son of New Orleans

As True Southerners, we will
Never teach our children to admit that their fathers’ were wrong in their efforts to maintain the sovereignty, freedom, and independence which was their birthright

As True Southerners, we will not forget the honorable American Veteran standing here
PTG Beauregard
Not only a Soldier and Son but
A bridge maker of diversity

Last Tribute”
“Oh! Of him, we can say with all frankness,
At all time we found a truly beautiful judgment
For the humble veteran, for the widow subjected
To the blows of hard destiny, striking without regard!
Noble, great, generous: during his long life
Never the fatal venom of any dark suspicion
Could even caress his glory, his genius,
That gave him a divine prestige.
Tender husband, good soldier, and Creole knight,
His name, saintly balm to the hearts of Louisianans,
Will always shine, as the sun’s halo
That left a pure sky shine and never die
In the grave where rests a magnanimous warrior,
Near his dead companions the brave soldiers,
I come her to deposit for all a pledge of esteem
A modest laurel to your noble passing

Rest easy Nobel Son we will carry on

On Thursday, September 17, 2015—I spoke to the New Orleans City Council….

in my ideas: I spoke (for a whopping three minutes) at the City Council on Thursday morning and stated that the monuments should be protected by Federal Law under the 1969 National Environmental Policy and Protection Act, especially its “Cultural Resource Management” provisions and the National Historic Preservation Act.
 
I suggested to Councilwoman-at-Large Stacy Head, and the Council that an initial Environmental Assessment (E.A.) and Environmental Impact Statement (E.I.S.) should prepared concerning the physical and social environment of New Orleans. I would go so far as to suggest that the French Quarter and Garden District, at the very least, should be declared part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
 
So, I agree in principal that the monuments should be protected under Federal Law, but I do believe that all the monuments themselves rest on New Orleans Corporate (i.e. City owned) or Parish Property rather than Federal Property. I know of only one “National Park” within the City of New Orleans, namely the Jean Lafitte National Park…. If you know differently, please private message me and we can talk.
 
I met and introduced Tim Shea Carroll to the Archivist of the Clerk of Court, and I know he inquired about deed restrictions on the Beauregard Monument. If anything, there may be private servitudes under Louisiana Civil Code Law that control or should control the disposition of these monuments.
 
Landrieu has raised all this under New Orleans “Nuissance” Law, and “Nuissance Law” is fundamentally about land use and public policy—-I strongly contend that NEPA and NHSPA federally PREEMPT State and Local Nuissance Ordinances, but even just applying the Civil Code Law of Nuissance, I don’t think Landrieu’s position has any validity.

Wrap the Bonnie Flag ‘Round Me, Boys

Source: Wrap the Bonnie Flag ‘Round Me, Boys

Bardot: ‘You Can See Macron’s Lack of Empathy in His Cold, Steel Eyes’

Brigitte Bardon epitomizes all that is great in France—her art, her beauty, her personal grace, her love of animals, her patriotism and love of France.
Source: Bardot: ‘You Can See Macron’s Lack of Empathy in His Cold, Steel Eyes’

We need to keep in mind that Emmanuel Macron is a former employee of the Rothschild international banking cartel… so his support of the European Union and the Euro, and the abandonment of French Identity and Sovereignty, can only be described as “consistent and predictable”.  

Wikipedia reports (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmanuel_Macron):

“Macron worked as an Inspector of Finances in the French Ministry of Economy between 2004 and 2008. In 2007, he served as deputy rapporteur for the Commission to improve French economic growth headed by Jacques Attali.[5] Macron paid €50,000 to buy himself out of his government contract in 2008,[10] and left to work as an investment banker at a highly-paid position at Rothschild & Cie Banque.[11]

International Banking is the source and origin of all communist globalism.  Karl Marx was Rothschild Dynasty founder Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s great great grand nephew… a fact not disclosed in most “mainstream” English sources, but easily confirmed on-line through Italian Wikipedia concerning Mayer’s fourth son, Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1877-1836): https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathan_Mayer_Rothschild

Il 22 ottobre 1806 a Londra ha sposato Hannah Barent-Cohen (1783-1850), figlia di Levy Barent Cohen (1747-1808) e della moglie Lydia Diamantschleifer e nipote paterna di Barent Cohen e della moglie, il cui altro figlio David Salomon Barent-Cohen (morto nel 1807) sposò Sara Brandes, e furono i bisnonni di Karl Marx.[1]

On 22 October 1806 in London he married Hannah Barent-Cohen (1783-1850), daughter of Levy Barent Cohen (1747-1808) and his wife Lydia Diamantschleifer and paternal grandson of Barent Cohen and wife, whose other son David Salomon Barent-Cohen (died in 1807) married Sara Brandes, and were the great grandfathers of Karl Marx.[1]

The connexion makes one wonder whether the Communist Manifesto, which advocates the abolition of private property in real estate through liberal extensions of credit by central banking in close cooperation with the government (after a Communist Revolution/Takeover) was really a platform for workers’ rights and revolution, or merely a family business plan….

I have never kept my admiration for Marine Le Pen and her father Jean-Marie a quiet secret.  When Jean-Marie and the Front National were just beginning and had hardly been heard of, I shocked my Francophile/Francophone friends at hopelessly liberal Harvard in the early-eighties when Le Pen first won his seat in the European Parliament (1984) (which he has held for an astounding 33 years since then) as well as representing the 20th arrondissement of Paris as a municipal counselor. 

For anyone who enjoys listening to French Political Debate, I highly recommend the Macron-Le Pen debate from day-before-yesterday, the breadth and depth of which actual discussion reveals American Political debates for the scripted stage rubbish that they really are: Marine Le Pen debates Emmanuel Macron (FOR REAL)

William Todd Overcash, M.D., Speaks out Against Family Court Corruption in Marion County, Florida, and the Florida Fifth District Court of Appeal

NEPA for NEW ORLEANS—Monuments & the Cultural Environment of New Orleans—invitation to join me in a new lawsuit to Save New Orleans’ Confederate Heritage

The Fight must go on to save our Southern and Confederate heritage in this beautiful city:
Last week, on March 6, 2017, Judges Higginbothom, Elrod, and Higginson of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit summarily upheld Judge Barbier’s ruling Monumental Task Committee v Foxx et al, (Confederate Era Monuments) 157 F.Supp.3d 573 (USDC EDLa, 26 January 2016) without further comment or opinion.  
Back in the Fall of 2015, I suggested at one or more of the New Orleans City Council “Hearings” prior to the removal ordinance that the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) provided an alternative litigation strategy. Now that the first round attempts have failed, I wonder whether any of you would be willing to join with me, as pro-se plaintiffs if necessary, asserting that the monuments should not be taken down without an Environmental Impact Statement under NEPA. I know one lawyer who might take this case, but we would have to pay him. I could draft and prepare research (using the Westlaw access at Tulane Law Library if necessary).
If any of you would be willing to contribute your names, time, or money to this cause… or have a group, please write to me at charles.e.lincoln@gmail.com. I will write back or call anyone who would be seriously interested in talking about this.  Even the Monumental Task Committee itself could amend its complaint to include NEPA and abandon some of its counts which didn’t work.  I looked at Judge Barbier’s opinion from last January again and it’s just a denial of a Preliminary Injunction, not a final judgment, so there won’t be any problem with res judicata…even though they lost the first round, they could apply again for a new injunction.  In short, NOTHING IS OVER AND DONE WITH YET.  THIS STORY COULD JUST BE BEGINNING if we have the will to fight…
We could certainly discuss this proposal here on Facebook, also. I know that the preservation of the monuments is at least in part a political question, but so is the preservation of the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, and Yosemite. NEPA permits us to argue that these monuments are part of the social and cultural fabric of the city, that New Orleans is heavily subsidized by the Federal Government, and that no Federal Funds, or subsidized city funds, should be spent on this project without a full Environmental Impact Statement.
I would suggest that we could lend more weight to this argument if we were to propose that the monuments are embedded in the Victorian Matrix of the City, and that, in fact, New Orleans’ Victorian Architecture and Heritage, including these monuments, should be preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage Site…. Again, I made this proposal on the floor of the City Council meetings about 18-15 months ago. Some of you may have heard me, but nobody was willing to join me at that point.
The Monumental Task Committee did a heroic job, but it was not legally imaginative or creative. 17 December 2015 Monumental Task Force Verified Complaint for Declaratory & Injunctive Relief, USDC EDLA, 2015_WL_9302986  17 December 2015 Monumental Task Force Verified Complaint for Declaratory & Injunctive Relief, USDC EDLA, 2015_WL_9302986.

 I suggest that there are other avenues we could explore, but I sure don’t want to try it alone…