March 10, 2007

Psychotic Supremicist: Is Yeagley losing it?

I'm "Wacko Jacko" and “a man,”
By sucking up the Klu Klux Klan.
My site delights the great white knights,
all right? — Bad Eagle
Is David Yeagley losing it? He has gone from calling Christians toilets to calling nonwhite Christians turds. His words reveal the thoughts behind them, and why Yeagley would smear good Christians like skid marks on his pasty white undies, is beyond reasonable. I think we could safely characterize Yeagley's recent 'white' hissy-fits as rather psychotic. They are immaturely constructed, of course, because America is not white and never was, it has always been a cosmopolitan adventure.
Yeagley — “The white male built the country" (DY, Mar.9, 07).
Fact — America has always been religiously and culturally diverse.
Yeagley — “For the liberal, Communist "you owe me" crowd to think they have any right to that throne is absolutely delusional" (DY, Mar.9, 07).
Fact — For a white minority to aspire to possess all power is delusional.
Yeagley — “The White West drew the boundaries (quite unwisely perhaps), and drilled the oil wells. That these ungrateful nomads should think to bite the hand that fed it only shows their immaturity" (DY, Mar.9, 07).
Fact — The UK and USA have no business attacking or occupying the Middle East, and those oil resources belong to the Middle East, not to the UK nor to the USA. The UK and USA — in reality — have no say-so into the affairs of other countries whatsoever, despite their repeated violations to the contrary.
Yeagley — “The leftists jesters have done there best to bring the 'Turd World' into America, and to make America part of the big brown movement ... the brown movement will indeed be flushed down the toilet" (DY, Mar.9, 07).
Fact — Nonwhite people are in no way inferior to whites, and certainly not turds. Nonwhites are actually the world’s majority and mostly responsible for all the activity of the world, rather than the white minority.
Yeagley — “I'm just exacerbated that people can be so blind" (DY, Mar.9, 07).
Fact — Most Comanches, including Tribal Chair Wallace Coffey, do not agree with Yeagley on nearly every issue. Most Comanches regard Yeagley as the blind one.
Yeagley — “Think of it this way: the whites build the throne. They are obviously superior... If you can't build your own thrown, then in all sincerety [sic!], shut up!" (DY, Mar.9, 07).
Fact — Yeagley’s logic is flawed: Were Yeagley’s above claim true, and were he an American Indian himself, his own white power proclamations would fall under the inferior category. By his own advice, his own web site is inferior and should be wholly disregarded (i.e., he should “shut up,” etc.). But the above statement is false, and he could never be characterized as an Indian. Plus “sincerity” is spelled with two “i”s and only one "e" ... or was he using the 'intellectual' spelling (with two "e"s and only one "i")?

Moreover, for Yeagley to harp back to the imaginary 'good-ole-days' when America was lily white, is not only erroneous history, but constructed by an immature thought process. Writing the classic 'smear brown people' article, with the seeming intent to lift up white people, is nothing more than an infantile and insecurity-driven 'oneupsmanship' (tearing another down to lift oneself up).


Yeagley Psychosis?
Psychotic disorders include severe mental disorders which are characterized by extreme impairment of a person's ability to think clearly, respond emotionally, communicate effectively, understand reality, and behave appropriately. Psychotic symptoms can be seen in teenagers with a number of serious mental illnesses, such as depression, bi-polar disorder (manic-depression), schizophrenia, and with some forms of alcohol and drug abuse. Psychotic symptoms interfere with a person’s daily functioning and can be quite debilitating. Psychotic symptoms include delusions and hallucinations.

Delusion: A false, fixed, odd, or unusual belief firmly held by the patient. The belief is not ordinarily accepted by other members of the person’s culture or subculture. There are delusions of paranoia (others are plotting against them), grandiose delusions (exaggerated ideas of one's importance or identity), and somatic delusions (a healthy person believing that he/she has a terminal illness).

Hallucination: A sensory perception (seeing, hearing, feeling, and smelling) in the absence of an outside stimulus. For example, with auditory hallucinations, the person hears voices when there is no one talking.