June 23, 2008

Yeagley denies his own denigration history

from the Bad Eagle blog

Yeagley rather consistently denigrates our Black citizens of America. In his latest so-called "explanation," being criticized for his obsessive rants against people of color, Yeagley comes out with a totally laughable tidbit. For yeagley, it seems that nonwhite citizens do not get a seat at the American table, though he tries to sideswipe the issue with false claims. In his attempt to put forth what ‘appears to be’ an honest open dialog about Obama, Yeagley makes this laughable claim:

YEAGLEY — “Contrary to popular belief, I'm not against black people!” (June 2008).

However “trite” Yeagley tries to make the negative popular criticism appear, there is much evidence pointing to an apparent ‘whites-only’ thought process in Yeagley’s ranting that justifies the negative criticism he regularly receives. One has only to look very briefly at his past statements to see the pattern of abusive mischaracterization. Here is a brief list, by no means exhaustive, compiled by the Editrix. Many more examples exist, if you have the stomach to go find and read them.
YEAGLEY — “The darkness of the Negro has always repulsed other races” (2002).

YEAGLEY — “There is a tremendous drive in many white women to experiment with the darkies” (2002).

YEAGLEY — “White society is literally being forced to accept the "black" body as equally sexually desirable. Any natural, psychologically negative associations with darkness, any Freudian sexual aversion, and any sense of uncleanness, must be over come by studied, determined, political effort. America is being told what is sexually attractive. America's sexual emotions are being dictated, through the media and the legal system, no less” (2004).

YEAGLEY — “These days the white woman is expected to humble herself before the darkie” (2002).

YEAGLEY — “What does ‘nigger’ mean? What does it refer to? When everyone says how marvellously offensive it is, no one says why. Why? ... I just think it is neurotic and preposterous to make the sky fall because somebody says ‘nigger’ ... It is ludicrous, in fact” (2006).

YEAGLEY — “Slavery, properly understood, is not an evil at all. True, the 13th Amendment is known as the Amendment which abolished slavery, but that was only as a commercial institution... and it was very much in response to the hysterical rhetoric about racially-based slavery in the South. Clearly, the baby was thrown out with the bathwater” (2006).

YEAGLEY — “Non-black women who bow to the black man are really, really sick. I suppose this reflects on the men of their own race, whether Indian or white. The men of a race have failed when their women get involved with other races” (2005).

YEAGLEY — “The black man is invading Indian country, and too many Indians are confused. They think they have to lie down before the black man, to demonstrate their non-racist, accept-all, equality ideology. They think they have to receive the black man, sexually... This is STUPID, and very, very harmful. It is mistaken, and it has permanent consequences, which all have to live with. It is a dreadful misunderstanding of race, or honor, and of culture” (2005).

YEAGLEY — “My theory is that dark men are attracted to white women. So, dark women want to look whiter. That is obvious. But the underlying question is still why? Why are dark men attracted to white women? It is all psychological. Dark is mysterious, bad, evil, even dirty. White is honest, good, clean, and heavenly. These are the archetypes. So long as Western egotism is the made the root of sexual attraction, so long as sex is a matter of personal ego, these archetypes will rule. For a dark man, sex with a white women seems higher, cleaner, nicer” (2003).

YEAGLEY — “American Negroes today always think their experience in slavery was the worst... That's only because their skin is the darkest” 2006

YEAGLEY — “The same people who want to remove the word ‘nigger’ want to remove ‘Christmas,’ and ‘God’ (2006).

YEAGLEY — “the laws of America tend to require a non-Negro person to dutifully respect and value the Negro, regardless of any personal preference. The law thus makes a world of hypocrites, in a way, in the name of equality” (2005).

YEAGLEY — “I'm tired of talking about blacks. I'm going to start shutting down some threads and banning people” (2007).

YEAGLEY — “White women are dying to have sex with a dark man... It's the psycho trend in the world... I've written about this time and time again. White women feel they can ‘save’ the poor darkie by having sex with him... combined with hidden sexual perversity” (2007).

YEAGLEY — “Judeo-Christian religion allowed the European Caucasian race to advance above all other people. The darker races now encroach through integration and intermarriage” (2002).

YEAGLEY — “WHITE WOMEN ARE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, desirable creatures on earth, judging from the way dark men crave them” (2002).

YEAGLEY — “And, because the girl's [the Nazi girl group ‘Prussian Blue’] father uses the swastika sign on his belt buckle, and brands his cattle with it, the girls are called racists, spreading ‘racist hate.’ I wonder. The white race has no hero? ... Perhaps the girls (and their parents) simply know that, and chose to try and ride the wave out. The girls even wear Hitler smiley t-shirts” (2005).

YEAGLEY — “Superior beauty is in the white race...In the darker races, everything is always the same, dark brown and black a beastly bore” (2002).

YEAGLEY — “Are we doomed to see our men run after blondes and our women lie down and be raped by Negroes? Somehow, I don't see dissing Columbus as a solution to these problems” (2006).

YEAGLEY — “I do want to say, this kind of disrespect, so very typical of Indian men... and also typical of black women, together, is just the kind of thing that says these races deserve to be on the bottom of the barrel. They cannot appreciate good will, they are possessed by envy, and have no higher thought than lies” (2005).

And finally this gem of a howler. Honestly, could anyone be more self-clueless?!
YEAGLEY — “I'm beginning to think there's no such thing as racism. If there is, it is very rare” (2005).