Archive for December, 2006

Sundance Denigrates Indians

December 20, 2006

The George Soros-funded Sundance Institute has now become profoundly racist.  The Institute has now officially labeled Philippinos as American Indians.  All non-whites are equated with Indians.  In an announcement of the six films to be screened by the Institute in 2007 as “Native American,” Philippino Auraeus Solito’s Tuli is included.   From the announcement:

TULI/Philippines–Director: Auraeus Solito (Palaw’an)


When a young girl in a remote Philippine village is forced into an arranged marriage by her abusive father, she rejects traditional mores and creates an alternative life. U.S. Premiere 

Note how the term “Palaw’an” is placed by Mr. Solito’s name.  This is to authenticate the tribal ambience, in the proffered association with American Indians.  

Sundance Institute has opened the door now for all “brownies” of the western hemisphere to participate its “Native American” program (so-called).   There was really no special consideration for American Indians to begin with.   All that has happened now is that the name American Indian, or “Native American” has been made to mean non-white, so that all races in the Americas can share the blood-bought honor of of the name “American Indian.”   Pacific Islanders and Southeast Asians are now equated with American Indians.   This has been the same Communist racialist plan from the beginning, and was manifested in the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian from the first.   All non-whites in the “Americas,” in western hemisphere, are properly called American Indian. 

 This is the denegration of American Indians sought by the Sundance Institute, as it continues to abuse the name of the sacred religious rite of the American Indian, sun dance.   “Native Forum Program,” it was announced, and “Films from Native American and Indigenous Filmmakers.”  Same thing.  Same people.  No difference.  As long as it’s non-white, it’s “Indian.” 

 It’s all in the new billing of the Institute’s program (that used to be for Indians):  The Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Initiative.


Allred Delines Solicitation

December 7, 2006

Here is the apparently “auto” response from the offices of Allred, Makoro & Goldberg, received the afternoon of the day solicitation was made:

Dear Mr. Yeagley,

I am in receipt of your email outlining your legal matter.

I regret to inform you that due to our heavy caseload and other commitments, neither I nor my law firm is in a position to become involved in this matter. You may wish to contact your county’s Bar Association for a referral to an appropriate attorney.

Please be advised that in every case there is a time period in which an individual must file a lawsuit or forever lose the right to do so. I have made no attempt to ascertain what that time period is as it pertains to the set of circumstances you describe. In addition, the fact that I cannot represent you should not necessarily be construed to mean that you have no case. If you wish to pursue this matter further, I would strongly urge that you seek a lawyer immediately to evaluate the facts and to advise you as to the time period available within which to file a lawsuit.

I appreciate your inquiry and wish you success in your pursuit of justice.

Very truly yours,


Gloria Allred

(Dec. 6, 2006, 2:31 pm)

Gloria Allred solicited

December 6, 2006

I have contacted the offices of Gloria Allred (Allred, Maroko & Goldberg).  I stated a simple case:

 American Indian name issue.  Must sue  “Sundance Institute” for name change.  Sundance is a deeply religious rite of American Indians.  The “Sundance Institute” (Beverly Hills) represents values inimical to American Indians.

Brief solicitation required.  I hope it was clear enough to catch their attention.  This solicitation was made December 6, 2006, and 11:20 am.   We’ll see if what kind of response comes.  The ACLU offices delined the case. 

The last resort, of course, is for me to file a case myself in the District Court of Oklahoma, downtown Oklahoma City.  I am prepared to do that.   

Sundance Shines on Bestiality

December 3, 2006

Sundance picks Seattle film on horse-sex case

 From the Seattle Times “Arts and Entertainment briefs,” we see that the great Sundance Institute, funded by George Soros, has elected to aggrandize a film by Robinson Devor about the case of a man dying from injuries resulting from having sex with a horse.  It is known as the Enumclaw case, after the rural area in Washington state at which extended sexual perversions took place.    

The Sundance Film Festival announced Wednesday that Seattle filmmaker Robinson Devor’s documentary ‘Zoo’ has been accepted into the 2007 festival’s documentary competition. The film examines the widely reported case of an Enumclaw man who died in 2005 after having sex with a horse.

‘Zoo’ is one of 16 documentaries selected for competition (out of 856 submitted), all of which will screen as world premieres. Devor has had two previous films at Sundance: the made-in-Seattle drama ‘Police Beat,’ and ‘The Woman Chaser.’

The Sundance Film Festival will take place Jan. 18-28 in Park City, Utah.”

Robinson Devor

This is the third film of Robinson Devor which Sundance has featured at it’s annual festival.   His films emphasize the seamy, dark side, the Third World, and are typical of the values and intents of George Soros.  This should become more and more known.  Soros holds no values dear to America.  Soros in fact, according to Richard Poe’s original expose in “George Soros’ Coup” (NewsMax May, 2004), has funded abortion rights, atheism, drug legalization, sex education euthanasia, feminism, gun control, globalization, mass immigration, homosexual marriage, and other radical experiments in social engineering.

These are not things I want to see associated with the American Indian sacred sun dance.   This is why the name “Sundance Institute” must be change.  I will pursue this relentlessly, for the sake of Indians, and for the sake of America.