Thursday, May 18, 2017

Toppled Confederate Statues in 60 percent Black New Orleans Found Among Trash and Abandoned Cars

Via comment by EIEIO on Confederate Statues, Flags, and Heritage: ‘Audemus...


What a strange trip it's been. 

Almost eight years ago, SBPDL was born. 

A joke between friends, created during an evening of fellowship, drinks, and an air of melancholy for the world we found ourselves living in, SBPDL was created. 

Over the years, it has morphed into something entirely different than a joke site originally envisioned back in 2009, as the world descended into madness with increasing speed. 

But SBPDL has endured, documenting a society on the brink of collapse, simultaneously flirting with embracing the next era of western civilization.

Though our ancestors sacrifices may be erased, monuments torn down and their memories denounced, if endure through the madness we win. 

We survive. 

We win. 

More @ SBPDL


  1. Seems to me the correct answer would be to move the monuments to private land. To a private confederate memorial park, historical museum, or even one of the thousands of confederate veteran's cemeteries. It's not like anyone would recognize Beauregard, it is still a great, well crafted statue that anyone would be proud to display. Heck, I'd love to have it in my front yard.

    1. Yes, Beauvoir and SCV Headquarters are interested.

  2. Absolutely disgusting way to treat the monuments.
    Well, like the site says, they have failed to kill us.
    That little detail will haunt the "movement" to do such despicable things and cause the truth to rise again.
    And hurricanes will wipe the slate clean, sooner or later.

    1. hurricanes will wipe the slate clean, sooner or later.

      Let it sink into the sea. :)

  3. We need a flatbed and small crane.....lets roll!


  4. Can we remove the Lincoln memorial and FDR memorial from the DC swamp? Those are rather offensive to thousands of people. Indyjonesouthere

  5. Although my grandparents did not arrive in America until the 1880s And, I may not be a southerner, but those are my statues and part of my culture also. They are history of America. It is criminal what is being done to wipe out an entire period of our heritage and culture.