"Heil Mein Fuhrer": Yeagley's Delusions of Himself as the Indian Messiah
"People have actually told me, privately, they're waiting for an American Indian leader. They feel Indians alone can make this happen--to save America.
I kid you not. White people, Jews, and even a black man. This is private, but, it means a lot to me. I don't think anyone wants to really talk about this, openly."
Several things stand out about Yeagley's new set of self-delusions.
1. Yeagley apparently has not only white racists for followers, but some New Age white racists. Racist New Agers are actually not too unusual. The founders of the New Age movement such as "Madame" Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Rudolf Steiner, and Carlos Castaneda were all open racists
2. By his own words, Yeagley considers Jews to be "not white." Yet most Americans, white, Black, Indian, etc., including Jews themselves, consider Jews to be whites.
The only group that considers Jews "not white" are white supremacists, Neo-Nazis, Klansmen, etc. All except the last are frequent supporters of Yeagley, people whom he actively recruited, mourned when SOME of them left, and begged to stay so they could further discuss building a White Nation together.
3. By claiming unnamed "people" told him privately, we only have Yeagley's own word that this has ever happened. Yeagley's frequent lies are well documented on this archive.
4. "Even a Black"? He obviously thinks of Blacks as less trustworthy, less patriotic, and "less American."
The big surprise, though, is that Yeagley actually talked to someone Black, given his well documented hatred for them. Seemingly he found one as full of self hatred and ashamed of being Black as his few Indian supporters are filled with self hatred and ashamed of being Indian.
5. He openly admits no Indians have ever told him this kind of ridiculous New Age racist nonsense. That no Indians told him this is not too surprising, since his following in Indian Country is extremely tiny, likely fewer than ten people.
A member of Badeagle mocked Yeagley's delusions with a post simply saying:
"Heil Mein Fuhrer!"
He was quickly banned and the post deleted. Apparently Yeagley has no sense of humor, and can't stand the thought of people laughing at his deluded self-image.
Too bad, and too late. We already find this as funny as can be.