Immediately after Jared Loughner was identified as the murderer in the Tuscon shooting, American Renaissance was also identified as an influence on Loughner. I, Dr. David A. Yeagley, was then identified (with borrowed libel) as one associated with American Renaissance, and the same Jewish sources quickly made a story, a scape goat, out of American Renaissance. For the record, BadEagle.com addresses these matters forthwith.
Jared Loughner has no known association with any specific political group of any kind, other the an unrefined identity as having a Jewish mother. The main Jewish reports have not mentioned this. MotherJones and others have. (In fact, JTA finally noted it.) Though Loughner ethnicity has nothing to do with the tragedy, nor does the fact that Gabrielle Gifford is Jewish, the very fact that Jewish reports immediately identified Loughner as someone associated with American Renaissance demonstrates a extreme bias. The Tuscon tragedy was used to condemn American Renaissance.
The name “American Renaissance” appeared in a couple of places on some internet posting of Loughner’s, but no reports have identified it, linked to it, or named the place. It was simply reported that he had mentioned the name, without any reference to verify the report. See: FoxNews (Jennifer Griffin); JTL, Christian Science Monitor, Huffington Post. Compare dates and sources. The “DHS memo” on which the initial FoxNews line is based is not available to the public. The Huffington Post references the removed “MySpace” Loughner page, without quoting the page, or stating it was removed. However, Huffington Post does may an “update” confession, currently reading:
Update: A leaked Department of Homeland Security memo that discussed possible ties between Jared Lee Loughner, the alleged shooter of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, and hate group American Renaissance, contained errors and overstated the connection, an Arizona law enforcement official told Politico. The new information refutes earlier reports by Fox News on a potential link between the Tucson shooter and the group, based on a law enforcement memo that reportedly included information from DHS. A DHS official told The Washington Post on Monday the agency has not officially provided information on Loughner to any law enforcement officials, but may have done so unofficially.
The commander of the agency that originated the memo said the document “was never intended for public dissemination” and contained incorrect statements. “I do have no reason to believe in anything that we did that (Loughner) had any direct connection or was being directed by American Renaissance,” David Denlinger, commander of the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center, told Politico.
(The DHS website does not even list the name “Jared Loughner” or “American Renaissance.”)
American Renaissance is labeled a hate group by such esteemed fear-mongering groups as the Southern Poverty Law Center, which, according to TheSocialContract.com, is one of the most fraudulent fear fest groups in the business.
As many people know, American Renaissance was targeted by Communist/Marxist groups out of New York, and by international unions, and its 2010 conference was cancelled due to threats and death threats to four different hotels in which AmRen had attempted to assemble. The 2011 Conference is schedule for next month (February), and I, Dr. David A. Yeagley, am scheduled as a guest speaker. For this reason, I am concerned about this recent hate crime against American Renaissance committed by JTA, Huffington Post, and the Christian Science Monitor.
BadEagle.com has long advocated love, honor, respect, and encouragement for Jewish people, Judaism, and Biblical history. My personal preferences for Jewish things, my artistic works involving Jewish topics, like the Holocaust, are well known. In spite of this, however, my opponents delight in accusing me of being anti-Semitic, and/or racism, and even white supremacism. These accusations are as shameful as the immediate bias shown by both the JTL, Huffington Post, and the CSM. I might add, again, my opponents are being sued at this present time, for libel, among other torts to come.
I believe in race, in the preservation of race, and in the honor, dignity, and divine purpose in race. I believe the nations are ordained, and must be respected and fostered therefore. As an American Indian, I honor my own race. I condemn the mindless intermarriage or interracial sexual relations which dilute genetic identity. I believe we must all make the effort to preserve the races and ethnicities in the world. What makes me apparently different is the fact that I freely assign and ascribe the same privilege to all other races, not just American Indians. I believe each race has the right to love, honor, and preserve itself.
I have stated that, in the natural hierarchies of mind, one is inclined to a disposition of preference. Objectively, one might even ask, Is there a preferred race? Is there a race more important, more significant than another, one more vital to the world than another? I have repeatedly professed the guiding influence in my thinking on this matter, and that would be the Bible. There is no question as to the historically implied answer to the objective question of race, therefore, in my mind.
As I once taught my students at Oklahoma State University (OKC), patriotism is the elixir of national ills. Love of country is the prerequisite, the foundation, and the life of any country. I happen to believe that the basic constituents of a nation are boundaries, ethnicity, language, religion, and resultant culture. In this, I may differ from my opponents, even many “American” opponents. I am not a multiculturalist, nor a multinationalist.
This being said, I once again testify to the fact that Jared Loughner’s Jewish ethnicity, and Gabrielle Gifford’s Jewish ethnicity, have nothing to do with what happened in Tucson, and nothing to do with the story. Hasty reports, anxious to condemn white people, and all conservatives, have made the Jewish factor an element in the story. That’s all. I do not consider JTL a liberal body, but, in this case, they did jump the gun, as it were. Jewish people have every right to protect themselves, but not to accuse too quickly.