This weekend, March 16-18th, the 10th annual American Renaissance Conference will be held near Nashville, Tennessee, at the Montgomery Bell Park Inn, on government property. This location was withheld, in anticipation of liberal, chaotic protests, but it was “leaked,” and published by American Renaissance opponents.
Change.org, an extreme anti-Christian leftist effort created by Michel Jones (Michelle Malkin reports), put out a petition against the AmRen conference. Of course, there is not one substantiated accusation in the petition. It is wildly libelous on multiple accounts. Those who created it are obviously aware of the fact that opponents of American Renaissance are being sued. I have sued them. The comparison of American Renaissance to Timothy McVeigh is telling. Saith the opponents:
They [American Renaissance] are just as dangerous as Timothy McVeigh and will not discriminate when it comes to violence, attacking not only minorities, but anybody deemed to be a “race traitor” which can be defined as anyone not aligned with them. These people have decades long track records of doing harm and, more frequently, inflaming their even more unhinged followers to do harm, up to and including murder. The sad truth is that while they have the right to free speech just as much as we do, they do NOT have the right to incite violence and intimidate minorities.
No one knows, of course, what these hate monger opponents are talking about, since they cite no evidence whatsoever. It is all hot air. The only ones inciting hate are the opponents, obviously. And they do so without a shred of evidence.
Dr. David Yeagley, Comanche, fighting for
the rights of all races, including whites.
But, knowing of the suit, they do know that I filed it, and that I live in Oklahoma, hence, the immature, unreasoned and virtually irrelevant reference to Timothy McVeigh.
I want to say that American Renaissance is a think tank, not an activist group. American Renaissance basically does nothing, if I may be understood. The accusations are therefore wholly unfounded and completely libelous in nature, or so it appears. American Renaissance is, to my knowledge, a group of mild-mannered professional gentlemen who wish to discuss their concerns about the white race, Western civilization, and America.
What am I doing there? What does an American Indian have to say to a group of middle-aged white men met together to discuss their anticipated woes, and to suggest possible solutions?
Plenty. The title of my speech is “The Dread (or Fear) of Whiteness.” My affinity with those racially concerned is based on the fact that I believe in race. I honor race. I honor first the Comanche people. I honor Indians. We have the right to preserve ourselves, forever. I merely extend the same right to all other races, included Jewish people. The races bump into each other frequently, true; there are ethnic collisions on a regular basis. The story of the American Indian and the White man is a colossal train, wreck. It is a tragedy that cannot be rewritten. However, the aftermath can certainly be re-interpreted.
That reinterpretation is my mission. I believe that American Indians have much to offer the white American in the way of race preservation. Indians know what it means to sacrifice everything to preserve the existence of your people, and to hold on to the values that keep you who you are. It is about the honor of ethnic identity. It is about respect for the divine origin of race.
But the opponents don’t see that. Like the demon-possessed maniac in the synagogue (Mark 1: 23-25), they prefer to disrupt, shout, and create chaos. This is their purpose. (Reconsider OWS in light of “unclean” spirits!) Daryle L. Jenkins posts the petition text on his OnePeoplesProject (a New York Marxist-affiliated effort) with supposed impunity (as have many others on FaceBook, and elsewhere, etc.) They are all guilty of libel or defamation, but simply not yet convicted.
American Renaissance is certainly not intentionally inciting anyone. The opponents, however, are doing their best to incite hatred and hysteria against American Renaissance.
By the way, I’m only a guest speaker. But, I don’t appreciate the hysterics of these rabble-rousing opponents, who have shut down the American Renaissance conference twice before, pressuring hotels with threats so that the hotels breach their contracts with the Conference. This time, no. The conference is on government property, and the freedom of peaceful assembly and intelligent speech are assured.
And there as at least one Jewish speaker. (Last year there were two.) That conference was held incognito due to the unbridled outrage of the forces of chaos, i.e, the Left.