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LEE CIRCLE UPDATE: the crowd at lee circle has swelled to the hundreds and hundreds now…..people from both the pro monument faction and take em down faction are present… has turned into one big (tense) block party…..I don’t think Mitch and the NOPD realized so many people would be out there this late (I guess cause alot of people in this city don’t work on Fridays). Supposedly the Lee monument will come down between 9am and 5pm tomorrow now according to the police (could be a fake out/psy op though)

**NOPD is not separating the factions from one another so should be a pretty chaotic night between now and sunrise at Lee**



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I interviewed Goyim, who informed me of what he and fellow Battle Of New Orleans Radio co-host, Nathan Laurenson, experienced as they infiltrated Take Em Down Nola/Antifa march beginning at Congo Square and heading to Robert E. Lee Circle where the prominent Robert E. Lee Monument stands. He spoke of multiple factions among the monument supporters.  These included Sons And Daughters of Confederate Soldiers, white nationalists such as David Duke and the KKK, and former military patriots, among other Americans.  Unity seemed to be somewhat lacking. The Daily Resistance published live coverage of this event, which occurred yesterday May 7.

Also, a new lawsuit has been filed relating to the  P.G.T. Beauregard Monument at the intersection of Carrollton & Esplanade Avenue.  Apparently it is located on Louisiana State property, not city of New Orleans.  So, the city of New Orleans may not have jurisdiction over the P.G.T. Beauregard monument after all.

P.G.T. Beauregard monument is not on city property

P.G.T. Beauregard monument is not on city property

Goyim also reports that Ryan Berni, Deputy Mayor of External Affairs, actually was riding inside one of the military style trucks, Antifa used during the attack against monument supporters defending the Jefferson Davis Monument, giving much credence that the city of New Orleans and the NOPD was actively working with Antifa against the pro-monument supporters as we covered last week on Battle Of New Orleans Radio. reporting Mitch Landrieu naming Ryan Berni as deputy mayor of external affairs. reporting Mitch Landrieu naming Ryan Berni as deputy mayor of external affairs.


Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs, rides with Antifa inside a military style truck on May 1st during the attack against pro-monument supporters, who were defending the Jefferson Davis Monument.

Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs, rides with Antifa inside a military style truck on May 1st during the attack against pro-monument supporters, who were defending the Jefferson Davis Monument.


Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs

Ryan Berni, New Orleans Deputy Mayor Of External Affairs


Here is Nathan Laurenson driving a vehicle and advising people not to go to the Jefferson Davis Monument, as people were being directed.  But rather, to focus at Robert E. Lee Circle.



Check out these videos he also made.




In this video, Nathan announces the approach of BLM/Take Em Down Nola as they are about 1 or 2 blocks away.  Approximately 1,000 to 2,000 strong.



Watch this Facebook video Nathan made at Robert E. Lee Circle in which pro-monument supporters come face to face with the Take Em Down Nola crowd.



In the video below, Battle Nola chronicles the battle to save the Jefferson Davis monument with callers reporting from location. Dr. Richard Marksbury discussed HB71 legislation that could potentially save the confederate monuments if made into law before monuments are removed, but Mayor Mitch Landrieu wants them removed sooner rather than later. Can monument supporters hold the fort long enough against an onslaught of antifa thug gangs? Full show May 3, 2017.

In the below video, Dr. Richard Marksbury discusses elements of the Jefferson Davis/Confederate Monuments situation, including HB71, which would protect monuments in the state of Louisiana dedicated to veterans. Potential lawsuits are laid on the table as well with regard to how the city of New Orleans and Mayor Mitch Landrieu are handling the removal of the Confederate monuments. Also on tap is philanthropist Frank Stewart’s letter response to Landrieu’s bemoaning him for opposing the monument removals.

Ken reports the NOPD has declared the Jefferson Davis Monument area a gun free zone due to a school at a church across the street.  Ken reports that no such school is registered on the church premise.  Ken says he will carry firearm anyway for self defense.

In this video, VJ points out Mayor Mitch Landrieu is serving his last term, but the contractors involved with removing the monuments will continue doing business in the community. People will remember those participating in monument removals. David Duke tweeted, the company delivering fencing to the Jefferson Davis monument were not told where they were headed.

A salute to New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu for the amazing job he’s done of managing city affairs & being a sparkling example of leading representative government for we the people and handling the confederate monuments removals with beauty & perfection. Thank you Mayor Mitch Landrieu from the gang at Battle Of New Orleans Radio! Keep up the great work! We got your back……NOT!

Here,  Arlene Barnum holds a Confederate Flag in front of the Jefferson Davis Monument, while talking to Battle Of New Orleans Radio.

In the below video, during an interview with Dr. Jim Fetzer, Battle Of New Orleans radio hosts Nathan Lawrenson and Goyim on The Real Deal to report on the Jefferson Davis Monument controversy in New Orleans, Louisiana as of May 3rd 2017.  Upon further review after this interview, Nathan informed me, the New York Times article cited, which Nathan said was co-written by David Brock was actually co-written by David Brooks.

Be sure to tune in to Battle Of New Orleans Radio this Wednesday at 7-9pm CST on WGSO 990AM or via or tune in app.  In search box, type “wgso”.

Meet Taking Back America May 7th

Meet Taking Back America May 7th


Take Em Down Nola May 7th

Take Em Down Nola May 7th





Video Report: Perhaps North Korea’s previous missile test on April 29 did not fail after all. That is, according to Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, who is executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and is the chief of staff of the Congressional EMP Commission.

Pry wrote about some of those tests in a Newsmax piece last week:

I am looking at an unclassified U.S. Government chart that shows a 10-kiloton warhead (the power of the Hiroshima A-Bomb) detonated at an altitude of 70 kilometers will generate an EMP field inflicting upset and damage on unprotected electronics. …

On April 30, South Korean officials told The Korea Times and YTN TV that North Korea’s test of a medium-range missile on April 29 was not a failure, as widely reported in the world press, because it was deliberately detonated at 72 kilometers altitude. 72 kilometers is the optimum burst height for a 10-Kt warhead making an EMP attack. …

According to South Korean officials, “It’s believed the explosion was a test to develop a nuclear weapon different from existing ones.” Japan’s Tetsuro Kosaka writes in Nikkei, “Pyongyang could be saying, ‘We could launch an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack if things get really ugly.’”

Aaron Klein interviewed Pry about this.  Below is the full interview.


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Pro-monument supporters face off  with ‘Take Em Down Nola’ protesters at Robert E. Lee Circle.




Are Wikileaks and other similar organizations “hostile foreign agencies,” as CIA Director Mike Pompeo asserted recently? He’s looking at a way to punish media organizations for telling their readers the truth while being able to avoid going after the mainstream media companies that publish materials provided by Wikileaks. It is all about stripping some organizations and individuals from First Amendment protection. Don’t miss this exclusive Ron Paul Liberty Report with Wikileaks Founder, Julian Assange:

Wikileaks is registered as a 501(c)3 organization in the US. Find out more about the organization and how you can help, here.

This article first appeared on The Ron Paul Institute.




Battle Nola Radio chronicles the removal of the Liberty Monument as attention is redirected to the Jefferson Davis Monument.  Nathan Laurenson engaged an antifa woman in a heated debate at the Liberty.  We speak with Arlene Barnume, a black woman who drove from Oklahoma, standing guard in front of the Jefferson Davis Monument waving a confederate flag! It has also been revealed city fire department personnel were used in the Liberty removal.  This after Mayor Mitch Landrieu promised no city funds would be used.

The video below is Arlene Barnum’s segment on Battle Of New Orleans Radio, which broadcasted live on April 26.



Batle Nola Radio co-hosts, Nathan Laurenson, Goyim, & some fellow patriots gather in front of the Liberty Monument.

Batle Nola Radio co-hosts, Nathan Laurenson, Goyim, & some fellow patriots gather in front of the Liberty Monument.


VIDEO REPORT: A dark day in New Orleans as an historic monument is removed as a result of a manufactured news event in Charleston, SC.  Gary King and Nathan Laurenson reporting.

A man whose grandfather’s name is on the Liberty Place monument, one of four Confederate monuments to be removed in New Orleans.

Battle Of New Orleans Radio co-host & Nola Mayoral candidate, Nathan Laurenson engaged in a lively debate over the city’s process to remove four monuments throughout New Orleans.




“I love Wikileaks,” candidate Donald Trump said on October 10th on the campaign trail. He praised the organization for reporting on the darker side of the Hillary Clinton campaign. It was information likely leaked by a whistleblower from within the Clinton campaign to Wikileaks.

Back then he praised Wikileaks for promoting transparency, but candidate Trump looks less like President Trump every day. The candidate praised whistleblowers and Wikileaks often on the campaign trail. In fact, candidate Trump loved Wikileaks so much he mentioned the organization more than 140 times in the final month of the campaign alone! Now, as President, it seems Trump wants Wikileaks founder Julian Assange sent to prison.

Last week CNN reported, citing anonymous “intelligence community” sources, that the Trump Administration’s Justice Department was seeking the arrest of Assange and had found a way to charge the Wikileaks founder for publishing classified information without charging other media outlets such as the New York Times and Washington Post for publishing the same information.

It might have been tempting to write off the CNN report as “fake news,” as is much of their reporting, but for the fact President Trump said in an interview on Friday that issuing an arrest warrant for Julian Assange would be, “OK with me.”

Trump’s condemnation of Wikileaks came just a day after his CIA Director, Michael Pompeo, attacked Wikileaks as a “hostile intelligence service.” Pompeo accused Assange of being “a fraud — a coward hiding behind a screen.”

Pompeo’s word choice was no accident. By accusing Wikileaks of being a “hostile intelligence service” rather than a publisher of information on illegal and abusive government practices leaked by whistleblowers, he signaled that the organization has no First Amendment rights. Like many in Washington, he does not understand that the First Amendment is a limitation on government rather than a granting of rights to citizens. Pompeo was declaring war on Wikileaks.

But not that long ago Pompeo also cited Wikileaks as an important source of information. In July he drew attention to the Wikileaks release of information damaging to the Clinton campaign, writing, “Need further proof that the fix was in from President Obama on down?”

There is a word for this sudden about-face on Wikileaks and the transparency it provides us into the operations of the prominent and powerful: hypocrisy.

The Trump Administration’s declaration of war on whistleblowers and Wikileaks is one of the greatest disappointments in these first 100 days. Donald Trump rode into the White House with promises that he would “drain the swamp,” meaning that he would overturn the apple carts of Washington’s vested interests. By unleashing those same vested interests on those who hold them in check – the whistleblowers and those who publish their revelations – he has turned his back on those who elected him.

Julian Assange, along with the whistleblowers who reveal to us the evil that is being done in our name, are heroes. They deserve our respect and admiration, not a prison cell. If we allow this president to declare war on those who tell the truth, we have only ourselves to blame.

This article first appeared at


Midnight Monument Mayhem/Trump The Warhawk – Full Show 04/12/2017


1st hour Battle of New Orleans discusses the current Syrian Issue with AlMasdarNews editor Paul Antonopoulos. The second hour the crew is joined by  David Risselada from and author of Not On My Watch Exposing the Marxist Agenda in the Education System. David discusses current Trump situation. In the 3rd hour the gang talks about New Orleans Mitch Landrieu attempting to take down 2 confederate monuments in the dead of night.


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