Posted on January 6, 2014

Freedom of Speech Wins in OKLA. Court

David Yeagley, Bad Eagle, January 5, 2014

I just won my First Amendment court case, Friday, January 3, 2014 here in Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma District Court case (No. CJ-2011-5510), filed on August 8, 20011, was resolved with a summary judgment from Judge Thomas E. Prince. I filed against the protesters who interfered with my speaking engagement with American Renaissance. The story of the outcome of the case was presented in impressive detail by, then summaries appeared in, and by Many thanks to these sites and their watchful eyes. This is indeed a great occasion for lovers of free speech.

Opponent forces had disrupted American Renaissance Conferences repeatedly, and threatened hotels hosting the conferences and their employees. I decided to take the initiative and fight against their illegal and un-American tactics. I wrote about this situation several times on (from earlier to later):

AmRen Conference Attacked Again
American Renaissance, Violence, and Lies
American Renaissance Speakers Recorded
A New Indian Suit: Yeagley v. Communists
Roots, Cahoots, and Legal Suits: The State of Bad
American Renaissance 2012

I want now to share some special details that were not made issues in the legal case. I believe it is important to understand the kind of forces behind the street thuggery of liberal Democrat forces. In this particular case, the matter is easily established. Daryle Jenkins’ One Peoples Project receive funds through the Manhattan-based Brecht Forum, an openly Communist foundation. On the One Peoples Project web site, we find this notice:

For Tax Deductible donations, send check or money order (payable to Brecht Forum – make sure “One People’s Project” is in the memo line) to:
PO Box 42817
Philadelphia, PA 19101

This makes it about as obvious as it can be made. The New York Marxist School itself is “funded in part by Manhattan Neighborhood NetworkThe Bardon Cole FoundationThe Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, The Surdna Foundation, and by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.” Just part of the fabric of New York City.

Mr. Jenkins was ordered to pay $50,000.00 to Yeagley. With the financial associations of One People’s Project, this is a certainly a realizable award, albeit a number of steps must be taken on the path to that award.

One thing is certain, all lovers of freedom have won a victory here. I am one proud Comanche, for having led the charge for American patriotism on this front. I want Indians restored to a place of honor and dignity in this present society, today. The past has its pride, but, today is when Indians really need to manifest the same courage and bravery we are universally known for. I just happened upon this particular opportunity, and seized it. It is a significant coup, indeed. In sincere humility, I thank God for the victory.

I say we move forward with this victory, and develop its ramifications as far as we can. This is a major step forward for all true American patriots. The first Amendment applies first and primarily to us. Foreigners with anti-American religions are of dubious relevance to the Constitution. America must take care of its own, first and foremost.

What say ye?