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Indians Must Boycott and Protest Obama Conference

by David Yeagley · October 28, 2009 · 24 Comments ·

Next week begins “Native American Heritage Month,” as instituted (we should say more clearly defined) by former President George H. W. Bush. In keeping with the theme, President Barry Soetoro (a.k.a. “Barak Hussein Obama”) has called for a “Tribal Nations Conference” in the White House, November 5th, expecting representatives from 564 federally recognized tribes.

BadEagle.com strongly urges that Indians boycott this mockery of Indian reality, and also that Indians formally, openly protest such an insult.


The White House. Great place to have a beer.

Indeed, this conference is only about money–but only for those who contribute to the regime of the new dictator, the “Obama” fantasy. Clearly this is what Barry’s presidency is all about: establishing the first Communist “Reich” in America. He recognizes only those who recognize him. The trick is to recognize him willingly, voluntarily, before he forces you to. If you’re in on the premiere contributions to the Reich, you might find yourself with some rewards.

This is the latest revelation (of which all thinking people realized from the beginning) from the Washington Times (October 28, 2009):

During his first nine months in office, President Obama has quietly rewarded scores of top Democratic donors with VIP access to the White House, private briefings with administration advisers and invitations to important speeches and town-hall meetings.

High-dollar fundraisers have been promised access to senior White House officials in exchange for pledges to donate $30,400 personally or to bundle $300,000 in contributions ahead of the 2010 midterm elections, according to internal Democratic National Committee documents obtained by The Washington Times.

BadEagle.com has suggested this kind of relationship was behind the Crow Nation’s ‘honoring’ of Barry earlier during his campaign. And now it appears that Barry has planned the same kind of self-promotion through all the American Indian tribes. (By the way, if he counts tribes the way he counts states, there may be Puerto Ricans, Hawaiians, Samoans, Haitians, and homosexuals there. If they weren’t invited, they should protest! The George Soros-funded Sundance Institute of Robert Redford certainly includes all non-white people of the globe. It’s all about the Oedipal complex of the white liberal, ever ready to destroy the father, in this case, the Great White Throne.)

What we will have (and are already having) in Barry’s plan is a willing shakedown of Indian tribes. Indians will voluntarily contribute great sums of casino income to Barry’s Reich, and in turn be given illusive impressions of sovereignty, increased federal funding, and the assurances of being recognized as independent nations. All this, of course, is mockery, for many reasons.

First of all, if Indian tribes claim nearly $30 billion in annual casino revenue, why would they be crying about the $12 billion Bush promised them through the BIA budget in 2006? And furthermore, why are these provisions called “government programs?” Whatever is rendered to Indians from the US government belongs to Indians! It is the provision of blood-bought treaties. Treaty provision, US government fulfillment of its promises are not properly called government programs, government funding, or certainly not welfare. This is an outrage, and a profound belittlement of Indian honor.

And Indians are going to Washington for more of the same? As if Barry is the big giver now? The compassionate caretaker of Indians? Please! The man is an alien, with only one purpose: to make America Communist. He will use any and every opportunity to denigrate America. That he would readily use Indians, abuse Indians, play with Indians, for this cause, should invite the deepest and most vehement protest from every Indian, particularly Indian “leaders.” At this point, many Indian leaders are about as reliable as Washington leaders.

What the government funds, the government runs. Barry “Obama” knows full well that big, fast money comes through the Indian casinos. He wants a handle on that, quick. This way, he pretends to care about Indians, and his Reich benefits enormously from the pretense. In the end, the government will control the tribes completely. That will be our ‘new’ sovereignty of hope and change.

What, are Indian happy to be management by the federal government? I thought we were sovereign? Every “government” program brings more non-Indians into Indian country. It’s the law of “equal opportunity.” There are so many Negroes and Mexicans involved now in Indian tribal affairs and families that Indians should stand up and declare the US government an enemy of Indian nations!

Again, that the government renders Indians belongs to Indians. Any other arrangement is a lie, a fraud, and a violation of historical treaty rights.

On the other hand, if Indians can’t handle our own affairs, we are destined to oblivion. Our nations will become social clubs, all about historical sentiment and relic attestations. Indian blood lines will dissolve, as they are already doing in many cases. Integration means intermarriage. This should be anathema to Indian people. There are too few of us to spare this anymore. We need to stop where we are, and preserve what we have left.

I don’t see the Obama Reich’s coming ownership of Indian nations as a good sign. Indeed, it is a bad omen. The Tribal Nations Conference is a harbinger to horror. The very title “Tribal Nations” is degrading and defeating. It is not innovative or cute. It is simply wrong. Either we’re nations, or we’re not. If American Indians are first “Native,” and now “Tribal,” then we will soon see every non-white people in the Western Hemisphere called “Native American,” with rights to all honors won by American Indian blood.

This our American Indian leaders apparently do not see. They are more interested in Washington drinking parties. That’s the Indian “tradition” they want to preserve.

Posted by David Yeagley · October 28, 2009 · 10:36 am CT · ·

Tags: American Indians · Bad Eagle Journal · Casinos · Politics · Race · Reservations · Sovereignty




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24 responses so far ↓

  • 1 David Yeagley // Oct 28, 2009 at 2:18 pm   

    The “right” has already classed the Indian month along with all the other “oppressed groups” months, thus sissyfying Indians, and perhaps deservedly so. Of course, this kind of thinking only strengthens the Left’s classification of Indians with all other splinter, fringe, oppressed, and anti-American society groups.

    Obama declares LGBT Pride Month

    A whole month to celebrate sexual perversion. How stupid and weak we must look, not only to the Muslim world, but to the Japanese, Chinese, Koreans, and Indians as well.

    This classification is the George Soros classification for Redford’s Sundance Institute.

    Here’s an interesting, practically objective presentation of the issue of “Native American” vs American Indian.

    American Indian versus Native American

    Of course, I’ve said all this for years.

  • 2 Smile // Oct 28, 2009 at 7:38 pm   

    “…a great place to have a beer.”

    Goodness, I couldn’t get past this little tee hee. I’ll have to go back and finish reading.

  • 3 Smile // Oct 28, 2009 at 7:43 pm   

    “I thought we were sovereign?”

    That is it, right there. Everyone is in the same canoe/boat. It’s ‘US’ against them.

  • 4 David Yeagley // Oct 28, 2009 at 7:47 pm   

    The gub’ment’s buying up the country. Simple as that. Control is ownership, is it not?

  • 5 Smile // Oct 29, 2009 at 5:07 am   

    Glenn Beck had some interesting things to say about the Weimar Republic yesterday. I was recently looking at that gov’t again for connect the dots purposes. The angle he brought out was prescient. This was as well, though no one was listening.

    The land grab that is in dispute in the middle east doesn’t have it’s roots in the Holocaust, as whitetrash recently commented. The Israeli-Jewish claim is from the historic birth of the Hebrew people in the land of Canaan. The “Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel,” enacted in 1948, begins: “Eretz Israel was the birthplace of the Jewish people.” International recognition by the League of Nations awarding Great Britain a mandate in Palestine, purposes including “a national home for the Jewish people.”

    It looks like you’ve nailed it again…control/ownership. But how to gain control? That might have been a valid question prior to our front seat view.

  • 6 Smile // Oct 29, 2009 at 5:19 am   

    “On the other hand, if Indians can’t handle our own affairs, we are destined to oblivion.”

    Aren’t we all? I refer you to there being no difference between Greek and Jew and the walk of grace which recognizes that we are all ‘we the people.’

    I don’t believe there is an end to any racial divide and/or separatism. The only answer lies in the ‘we the people’ unified for our liberty. We shall all stand together or…else….

    We can no longer be mere pleasers of men. Back to US v them.

  • 7 Awen // Oct 29, 2009 at 2:34 pm   

    @ Smile

    You’re right and the OP is wrong. It’s far too late to drum up support for Indian national identities because they are afflicted with the same percentage of apathetic and unthinking morons as the rest of us. Divide and conquer is a very ancient war strategy with a 100% success rate.

    One thing the OP pointed out aptly is that evil men like Soros are only too happy to concentrate on stirring up “non-whites” and only them. That’s because his contempt for them is boundless, because he is so sure they can be controlled by ‘elites’ like himself. He thinks they make better slaves – but – in one case at least, he and his mascot Obama are faking it in their apparent beneficience and that’s with North American Indian tribes.

    I will tell you, Smile, that there are two races on the extermination list: white-European Americans and North American Indian. They are the two that cannot be made into slaves. We own this nation together and our fates are bound together by history; we have evolved through the centuries into a new creature that much frightens those who would control us. Obviously, for anyone with sense, the two of us staying apart and keeping our affairs separate is not wise; if we do that, we are cut off from the support of one another.

    Every grab for power has been right in front of our noses for years now, every step towards total domination of the world’s resources and the world’s people. Right behind the bombs in Iraq went Monsanto to spread GMO’s on Iraqi farming so for the first time since the days of the Bible, a man can no longer save his own seed and grow his crops as has been done for all of human history. It’s about owning the world’s food supply, water, minerals and hobbling and chipping human beings as if they were cattle. But first, those greedy ones have to eliminate a while lot of us with the mandatory weaponized vaccines they’re going to spread. And we’re still talking about ‘dialogues of tribal and national sovereignty?’

    N.A.I.S. has already been passed on Navajo land, under the guise of helping people find their missing livestock with micro-chipping and national databases. What it really means is that you cannot take your animals to auction and you cannot purchase an animal, cannot sell eggs from your chickens, cannot butcher to feed your family unless you do a mountain of paperwork, pay a fee and get permission. $59.00 per animal for every single thing you do with them, be it a sheep, goat, cow, horse – or chicken. Big Agribusiness can afford this by paying a reduced rate for thousand-animal lots. The subsistence farmer will be unable and will simply give up – and starve! Get the picture?

    Hope you have your bug-out ready, Smile. Gather those you care for around you and prepare for serious deprivation and troubles. I bought my own in the least populated, most conservative and most heavily armed county in my state. And as it’s too late to change tastes after thirty years and I believe in being an example of the interracial unity I espouse, I’ll be sharing my own hogan with another even-tempered, cheerful and kind Navajo guy who gives me no trouble at all. Lock and load; the time is upon us all.

  • 8 Indian Leftist // Oct 29, 2009 at 5:29 pm   

    In your recent three piece “Obama-Indian Conference” series it is obvious that the only people interested are non-Indians. The comments section is void of any Indian voices for or against what you’ve written.

    Given all the “Indian” opinion and hyperbole you generate one might naively conclude that you held some position of importance within the Native community. But your blog fails to attract any discernible Indian following.

    If your opinion carries any weight in any Native community, why is there a decided paucity of Native response?

    And if you speaking to an empty hall, why should your opinion continue to be characterized as “Indian”?

  • 9 John Sandusky // Oct 29, 2009 at 5:37 pm   

    What is sad about the casino profit sustained Indians is the fact that even after all these years of owning casinos on their property, Indian casinos must still be managed by outsiders that take roughly forty percent of the revenue from the tribes.

    In my opinion, the Indians inability to learn the business of operating their own casinos is a significant insight into the American Indians inability to even address the necessary disciplines that are needed to remain independent in the twenty-first century. The tribes should have learned the casino business by now and at this point in time should be able to perform the responsibilities of casino managers to a fare-thee-well.

    But, alas, Indians just want to be Indians, and this probably seals their fate more than any other variable.

  • 10 Awen // Oct 29, 2009 at 5:40 pm   

    @ Indian Leftist

    How do you know who’s what online? How do any of us know who’s calling himself (or herself) an “Indian Leftist” and what on earth is that supposed to be anyway? Group-think is for the Red Chinese, not Americans; in America no individual opinion needs the sanction of a group in order to carry validity. Go shill for the Communist Party someplace else!

  • 11 David Yeagley // Oct 29, 2009 at 6:23 pm   

    Awen, Indian Leftist is another one of those stand in self-congratulators. No identity, no thoughts. Just easy pickin’s. The easiest thing in the world is to do a sort of word by word knitting critique. Yes, I would prefer that anyone claiming to be Indian would identify himself. But, these type never do. So, they have no credibility at all. Plus, they never really say anything. “Hot air” I believe was his/her term.

  • 12 Smile // Oct 29, 2009 at 7:03 pm   

    Awen,

    One thing is sure, there will be no respecter of persons when the conditions are ripe for total control. There is nothing new under the sun. As in times past, down through history people have found themselves under tyranny and control. Many will be surprised. Regardless, we who know are exhorted to keep the faith. Let’s start there and never forget where we have our hope.

    Yes, under our noses. We’re a mostly peaceful people. We don’t want to make waves and have instead made many concessions. We also tend to be sensitive to name calling and accusations. I think those days are mostly gone. The accusers have stepped over the line in their assumptions their power and of public opinion. It no longer matters what they say and accuse. They have accomplished our growing a tough skin. This is good, it is now like a fly on the butt to hear cries of racism and class warfare. Fundamentalists, backward, astroturf, selfish, stupid, clingers, unscientific, protectionist, a nut, conspirator theorists, racist, not black, not Indian, et al. Of course the ever present projecting of what they’re actually doing/being, as well. First there was that sneaky and subtle change to popular opinion. Then personal attacks. This old method worked because people generally withdraw from embarrassing attacks and dislike being unpopular.

    The problem I see with some of the American Indian is as with some black folk. There are grievances. This can be poked and festered, rather then healed. Though unity is healthy and leads to strength, there is that element that will exploit every wound for ‘their’ own purpose: To keep us divided and weak. Unforgiveness is a terrible thing. If it’s not rejected, one will eventually reap their own bitter fruits.

    You’ve reminded me, maybe you’ve heard of NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools). I’d be interested to know your perspective. This country has inadvertently done a great disservice to our children. Now they’re indoctrinated rather then educated. Our children learn some knowledge before their time, without the moral strength to use it properly. Knowledge without moral strength leads to abuse of knowledge. It has also stolen the enjoyment of having an innocent childhood. At any rate, nations, countries, and people know that education is fundamental, a root, a potential source of exploitation for change. Even religions have recognized this, for good or for ill. Perhaps Dr. Yeagley will post some articles on this.

    Awen, we find many other brave and honorable people as we speak the truth. This is the fact that the accusers want to circumvent. All of us, American Indian, all Americans, can stand together for our freedom and liberty.

  • 13 Smile // Oct 29, 2009 at 7:09 pm   

    @ I. Leftist

    It is not possible for you to speak for me.

    The mind set and tactics you are possessed of are like some black folk.: Personal attacks of those who should be brethren in order to keep them on the plantation/reservation.

    Hopefully, you’ll learn to play nice in spite of differing opinions.

  • 14 Smile // Oct 29, 2009 at 7:11 pm   

    Dr. Yeagley,

    I’ll step up and apologize for any lack of manners as a guest to your blog.

    I appreciate your time and efforts.

  • 15 David Yeagley // Oct 29, 2009 at 7:46 pm   

    Who said Indian Leftist was an Indian?

  • 16 Smile // Oct 29, 2009 at 8:10 pm   

    “Who said Indian Leftist was an Indian?”
    “No identity, no thoughts. Just easy pickin’s. ”
    “…who’s calling himself (or herself) an “Indian Leftist” …

    Hmm, I think you and Awen are unto something ;)

  • 17 Awen // Oct 29, 2009 at 9:21 pm   

    @ John Sandusky,

    Why is it a bad thing that Indians should not have the knack to run what have been so appropriately called by many, dens of sin? Should anyone take pride in having stolen a man’s money and taken food from his children’s table through exploiting human weakness and pandering to a lowly vice? The spirit cries out against this kind of business and only if a man is truly lucky will he fail each time he attempts it for to thrive in it will blacken his soul and his honour together. This is not the work of a man, John.

    @ Yeagley
    I’ll agree about the “air” but not so sure about the “hot” to go with it. The Borg don’t have much in the way of passions, so they have no real patriots, artists or lovers.

    @ Smile,
    The NAIS you mention is certainly more benevolent-sounding than National Animal Identification though I admit I get a tiny little feeling there’s a common denominator somewhere and can’t quite put my finger on it. Under this heading: “Assessment of Inclusivity and Multiculturalism (AIM) Methodology.” I find this subsection: “GLSEN: Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network”
    WTF? Does raise one’s eyebrows just a bit….
    But if their goals are to raise academic standards, it’s better than the public schooling we have. Do you remember John Taylor Gatto? I’ve brought in some vid links and his website. Here he is with “State-Controlled Consciousness”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ogCc8ObiwQ
    “Schooling is Not education”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKci3_cmlqI
    his website:
    http://www.johntaylorgatto.com/
    And who can forget John Stossel’s shocking and sad “Stupid in America?”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bx4pN-aiofw

    This is not ‘inadvertent;’ it is deliberate dumbing down. Yes, it does need its own topic page for this is a very big can of worms to be opened.

    (privately to you: I think you’re one of the nicest and sharpest posters I’ve met and I’m sending you a kiss through cyberspace right now)

  • 18 Awen // Oct 30, 2009 at 12:00 am   

    @ Smile
    P.S. A warrior is NEVER surprised.

  • 19 David Yeagley // Oct 30, 2009 at 7:43 am   

    Hey, wait! I think Indian Leftist might be a reoccurrence, or reinvention of, good ol’ “Tom,” the persistent, pestilential non-thinker who has annoyed the sincere BadEagle members for some time. Is that you Tom?

    Tom spent all his time trying to “unravel” everything and anything I said. It’s an easy trick, But, it is parasitical, pseudo-thinking. It never represents real thought. It is nothing really.

    It is greatly annoying, because it sounds like something, but people know intuitively that it is “hot air.” They know it is empty, but they can’t quite put their finger on it.

    I explain, again: it is piggy-backing. It is parasitical, line-by-line reverse commentary. Tom never has a serious thought. It is all a direct contra-reflection of what I’ve written, exactly. He won’t think on his own, ever. He will not contribut a single thought. It’s all an unravelling act he tries to perform of whatever is set before him.

    This is a new Word Press. I could dump him. Look at the reaction. Is it worth it. Is this pseudo thinking that stimulating? No. It is irritating. It is false, empty, and insults anyone with intelligence. Why? Because it is not worth the effort to understand. That is aggravating. You spend the time reading his words, then only to discover that they are nothing. They are just an illusion of thought.

    I’ve always assumed he really could think, but, I can remember only once when he really presented thoughts of his own. That was impressive.

  • 20 Awen // Oct 30, 2009 at 8:54 am   

    Dump him/her.
    I know lots of real Dems; even my mother is a Dem, but if SHE talks to you, after you pick yourself up from having been knocked over by her charm, you’ll know you’ve been given something valuable. We have enough plagues going around as it is to put up with a case of useless parasites at BE.

  • 21 Awen // Oct 30, 2009 at 8:59 am   

    P.S. Need more input on the Jews in the News page. I think Israel is being set up and I want to know who else thinks so.

  • 22 Smile // Oct 30, 2009 at 12:31 pm   

    Awen, my impression is that the school is a good, maybe great thing. I could be wrong but I think the acronym is coincidental.

    I’ll have to spend some time on your links, to familiarize myself. Thanks!

    Me as sharpest? You’ll be disappointed in short order no doubt. But thank you for being kind.

    Nicest I don’t know about either. I hope to attempt more often then not. Prepare for my lapses…sigh.

    Back atcha: XX

    “This is not ‘inadvertent;’ it is deliberate dumbing down.” Yes! There are so many examples where education has nothing to do with…education. Together let’s pester Dr. Yeagley to address this issue. We’ll be careful to stay this side of annoying though, :D

    More input would always be helpful but I think the Jews are continually being set up, as history seems extremely repetitive with them.

    Dr. Yeagley, the Leftist doesn’t rock my boat one way or the other. I would not miss nor do I enjoy. This is your blog, do as you like. I’ll applaud you either way. ‘It’s’ posts are an obvious example of typical leftist tactics though.

    Like Awen, I know a lady who’s a Democrat. She mostly knows nothing about. She’s a good woman and a fine person. Her favorite things are walking her dog, watching game shows on t.v., and working in her yard, but a real sweetie.

    Dr. Yeagley, you said, “..of which all thinking people realized from the beginning…” Yes, people knew. There’s copious tape and v. clips. There were/are those who he surrounds himself. There were warnings. I don’t think there is surprise but perhaps regret.

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