Mayor's Comments on Battle of Liberty Place Monument Removal

Mayor Mitch Landrieu sounds like a Social Justice Warrior as he held a news conference on the early-morning removal of the Battle of Liberty Place monument in New Orleans. He even borrowed quotes from the Bible so that he may sound holy while promoting his Marxist agenda.

 
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This is from WDSU News in New Orleans.

History Being Erased in New Orleans

The Confederate-era monuments in New Orleans are being taken down in the middle of the night by contractors who wear masks and conceal the names of their companies. This is communist Amerika at its finest hour:

 
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For updates and further reporting see HISTORIC LIBERTY MONUMENT REMOVAL: LIVE REPORTING, SENTIMENTS, & DEBATE at TheDailyResistance.com

 

Christianity, the South, and the Culture War

By Rev. Steve Wilkins

Culture implies far more than common food, dress, or accent. The root of our English word "culture" is the Latin "cultus," which to the Romans signified worship of the divine. This reminds us of the foundation of culture which is so often forgotten in our day. As Russell Kirk has noted, "[C]ulture arises from the cult; that is, people are joined together in worship, and out of their religious association grows the organized human community."1

Culture implies a common way of life, common standards, a common worldview, if you will. But this commonality is founded ultimately not upon economic status, race, or nationality, but, as the word indicates, a common faith. Christopher Dawson puts it this way, "It is clear that a common way of life involves a common view of life, common standards of behavior, and common standards of value, and consequently a culture is a spiritual community which owes its unity to common beliefs and common ways of thought far more than to any unanimity of physical type.... Therefore from the beginning the social way of life which is culture has been deliberately ordered and directed in accordance with the higher laws of life which are religion."2

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