In America, we share the right to express our opinions. What we don’t share is the right to threaten, intimidate, or coerce those who disagree with our expressed opinions. One People’s Project apparently does not understand this. Therefore, I am suing them, and their comrades.
This story was first published by American Renaissance, in fact, on their web site, September 2, 2011.
This case pertains to the American Renaissance Conference of 2010, which was to be held in the Washington, D.C. area, but which was finally cancelled due to the threats and intimidation of a cadre of Communists. American Renaissance tried several hotels, but the management and personnel were so threatened and intimidated by the Communists that they cancelled their contracts with American Renaissance.
I was one of the schedule speakers who had contracted to speak at the 2010 American Renaissance conference. Therefore, I have the right to pursue them who interfered with my professional employment, as well as my freedom of speech. Furthermore, I believe it is anti-American to behave the way these opponents did, using threats and even death threats to close down the conference. Therefore, I am proud to take this action in behalf of all patriotic Americans.
And, yes, the unions were involved in this opposition to American Renaissance. United Steelworkers International Vice President for Human Affairs Fred Redmond publicly condemned the conference in the famous TheHill.com web site of Congress. Unions are of course infamous for violence and threats of violence and general social disorder if their ways are not followed. Note the words of Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa, (introducing Obama’s speech yesterday, Monday, September 5, 2011): Hoffa Threatens GOP At Obama Event: “Take These Son Of Bitches Out” (CNN apparently fully supports Hoffa’s position.)
Certainly, the Communists have the right to misrepresent themselves, and to pretend they are the Americans, they are the patriots, etc. They have the right to call others fascists, when they themselves use all the street thug tactics of fascists and Communist revolutionaries. They have the right to accuse others of being the enemy. However, if they profess to be Americans, they do not have the right to coerce others with whom they disagree, regardless. In this, the fact that they use coercive means, they demonstrate they are at war with the principles of the United States Constitution. They are alien and hostile.
I act from principle in this suit. As an American Indian, I feel it is my responsibility to stand for the truth in the matter. It is perhaps a mythic vision, but, I see the American Indian role in modern America as that of the host, the caretaker, in fact. I imagine the Pilgrims, arriving lost, cold, hungry, and sick. I imagine the natural nobility and generosity of the “macho” Indians, who instinctively befriended the needy new arrivals, and nurtured them.
Today, I see America once again on strange shores. Only this time the foreign coasts have come to the United States! I see nevertheless the Indian as the guide and savior here, once again called upon to reach out and strengthen the Pilgrims.
Though I am alone in this particular battle against America’s enemies, I know that the war against America is broad and deep. I am only one Indian, one man, but, that fact does not exempt me from fully committing myself to my role as an American Indian patriot. No, America didn’t do this for Indians, but, America left Indians standing. I intend to help Americans stand now. It is my quintessential honor, as an Indian, and as an American.
I do not know what the outcome shall be. It may be a long, brutal hall. On the other hand, depending on the Oklahoma court, it may be over with fairly quickly, or relatively quickly. In the mean time, I appreciate the prayers and support of all American patriots. This one’s for you, really. I’m just doing my duty. Anything less, and I’m not a warrior. Not even a man. I only hope that all patriots realize that I am doing this for them, for America. We can’t let these Communists continually rob us of our rights and freedoms.
And I think Communist is the right word. It is a concept of government and a mode of behavior which our opponents follow. Perhaps there is a better word, or a more accurate word, but, for now, Communist will do, out-dated as it may seem. I consider Marxism, Communism, Socialism, Leftism, Liberalism, and Progressive to be all the same political trend.
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