Taqiyah Thompson, a student at North Carolina Central University, was arrested Tuesday and charged with two felonies for destroying a Confederate statue erected in 1924 to honor soldiers who fought for the confederacy.
Taqiyah and her communist friends don’t care about Confederates. They are anti-Capitalists who want to tear down the country and end capitalism. That monument was simply a symbol.
She refers to the police as the Klan and is an anti-white racist.
“I did the right thing,” she said during a Workers’ World presser. “Everyone who was there — the people did the right thing. The people will continue to keep making the right choices until every Confederate statue is gone, until white supremacy is gone. That statue is where it belongs. It needs to be in the garbage.”
As the NY Times reported, Thompson is a member of the Worker’s World Party (WWP), a revolutionary Maoist group originally formed in 1959 as a revolutionary boy.
This is how they describe the threats of North Korea: Right now the small country of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is trying to keep from being crushed by the immense force deployed by U.S. “capitalist democracy.”
To make it even more ridiculous, she says it took North Korea years to rebuild their country. Meanwhile, Kim Jong-un is starving his people so he can build nuclear weapons to destroy the United States.
Their destruction of the monument Monday was in solidarity with the fascist Antifa communists in response to the Charlottesville riots.
In a blog post on the WWP website, party member L.T. Pham said the group would seek to destroy other Confederate monuments.
“This is the first rope of many to pull down the pillars holding up white supremacy and capitalism,” he wrote Tuesday. “The powers that be will crumble under the power of organized people! Down with all statues of the Confederacy! Down with white supremacy!”
On Facebook, the Durham branch has more than 1100 likes and all are praising their criminal behavior. She hails black Marxism.
Correction: We originally referred to the statue as a monument to children conscripted into the Confederate army but that was a nearby statue.