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Chuck Norris and the Inadequacy of Cherokee Cuckservatism

The late Native American dissident thinker and scholar David Yeagley expressed a frustration with white conservatives’ befuddlement with regard to the place of Amerindians in their political mythology. The history of European-Americans’ often violent conquest of the West offers little in the way of ammunition to the likes of Constitution-fetishizing social justice warriors like Glenn Beck, so their response, Yeagley asserted, has been to ignore this history and Native Americans almost entirely – and this, according to Yeagley, represents a lost opportunity. Rather than whistling past the burial mound, he suggested, those whites interested in retaining what their forebears won for them on the battlefield ought, rather, to remember and honor the Indians’ bloody opposition.

[…] I have presented the Indian as the true talisman of the American spirit. Without the Indian, white America is incomplete. It lacks a land base. The Indian is that land base. Indian people have made every possible sacrifice to preserve our identity, to remain the distinct people we are. This is the lesson. Even now, white American patriotism is being moved to a legal, psychological reservation, where they can speak of American patriotism only in private, as if it is now only a dream of the past. The American flag, “Old Glory,” stands for an America that no longer exists. The true patriots have already lost, and don’t know it. They are already on a reservation, and can’t recognize it. The Indian has set an example of the sacrifice it takes to remain a distinct people. White Americans are not willing to do that, yet, and don’t even recognize the requirement, yet. I can only hope to hold the Indian up as the basic example of the price nationhood really costs.1

Yeagley also voices a deep resentment toward the white guilt regime for his own racial reasons.

You know, as an Indian, I find this [multiculturalism and open-borders defeatism] insufferable, because, okay, now you’re going to hand away what you took from me? You’re going to hand it out to other people, [without even putting up a] fight? We fought over this and the whites won. They outnumbered us, they outgunned us, and all that, alright, that’s the way war happens. […] But now, for America to act like it owes the rest of the world everything that it has achieved […] this insults me, this insults Indian people. […] None of these groups that America wants to give everything away to could have fought and won against Indians. And so I just find it impossible to watch America just sort of sheepishly hand over everything that it’s accomplished to the Third World, and here, the Indian just standing and watching, without even getting to fight.2

There is, however, one noteworthy and rather bizarre exception to the rule of mainstream conservative neglect of American Indians. Neoconservative poster boy Chuck Norris, who purports to be half-Cherokee, produced and starred in a highly popular television series that made an ultimately futile attempt to create a Native American cuckservative archetype. Walker, Texas Ranger, which aired on CBS from 1993 to 2001, concerns the law enforcement exploits of Cordell Walker, who, like the star, is half-Cherokee.

The hybrid Indian-cowboy protagonist, whose origin story involves his white mother and Indian father being murdered by white bigots, enshrines in his mongrel body the turbulent history of the struggle for civil rights in the United States – a struggle won, its legacy preserved by the rugged, two-fisted Texan fighter of evil-doing outlaws – a characterization that media scholar Michael Ray Fitzgerald compares to George W. Bush’s public persona. Unfortunately for the attempt at creating a new hybrid prototype of cuckservative hero, Norris’s intention to do honor to his character’s native heritage by imbuing the program with an ersatz Cherokee spirituality would earn the star-producer no thanks:

Walker incorporates ostensibly Indian religious rituals in order to deepen the psychology of the character as well as to make him appear more convincing as an Indian and, perhaps more importantly, to supply him with supernatural powers. The incorporation of these religious rituals into the series would create difficulties for Norris, however: for one thing, they offended Cherokees because they were entirely fake; for another, they offended some of Norris’s “born-again” constituency who harbored deep hostility to “New Age” religion. Walker’s writers freely invented religious rituals that have no analogue in native culture; some Cherokee scholars found this insulting, especially in view of the fact that Norris himself claims to be half Cherokee. […]

Walker can become a native anytime he likes by performing a quasi-native ritual or simply by putting himself in a trance. In an episode titled “On Sacred Ground” (season 2; air date March 11, 1995), Walker becomes a shaman. Walker, deep in the forest, dons an Apache-style bandanna […]

After achieving the proper mental state, Walker proceeds to walk on hot coals. This is not and never has been an American Indian practice. The program’s producers here have conflated American Indian culture with Hindu culture in a sort of New Age stew: one could say they literally got their Indians mixed up.

“Some conservative Christians took offense to Walker’s New Age spiritual practices,” Fitzgerald recounts. “By season 4 these were abandoned in favor of references to Christianity because Norris himself was uncomfortable with them. At this point Norris had ‘recommitted’ himself to evangelical Christianity.”3 The fact of the matter is that, even if the religious observances depicted in Walker, Texas Ranger had been rigorously researched, some critical busybody still would have been offended on the grounds of exploitation and cultural appropriation. If anything, the hodgepodge Walker character encapsulates everything that is wrong with cuckservatism: misrepresentation of history, kitschy anti-racist virtue-signaling, violent confrontation as a formulaic behavior pattern, the self-defeating limitations of civic nationalism in reconciling ethnic rivalries, superstition as a basis for governmental policy, the dysgenic consequences of racial amalgamation – and, last but not least, bad taste in partners.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

Endnotes

  1. Papaherakles, Pete. “What a Brave American Indian Can Teach Us About Nationalism”. The Barnes Review vol. 20, no. 6 (November/December 2014), p. 54.
  2. Yeagley, David. “David Yeagley: Native American Patriot Speaks Out About Patriotism and White Guilt” (July 23, 2010): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpQB4aCLhPw
  3. Fitzgerald, Michael Ray. Native Americans on Network TV: Stereotypes, Myths, and the “Good Indian”. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2014, pp. 158-166.
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35 comments on “Chuck Norris and the Inadequacy of Cherokee Cuckservatism

  1. icareviews
    August 11, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. BMan
    August 12, 2017

    This show was on during my TV days (I hardly watch TV now) and I remember trying to watch an episode coming away thinking it was horrible. I thought, this is how “has-been” movie actors end up.

    Of course it is obvious that Chuck Norris can’t be killed… and certainly will not die from public view.

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  3. netwt18oz
    August 12, 2017

    It’s a fallacy to say that European Americans have “sheepishly handed over everything that it’s accomplished to the Third World”; a great number of White people fought very hard to resist these short-sighted policies, but it’s essential to globalist propaganda to minimize their contribution and write them out of history. In law enforcement there was Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer and his men; there were a a cadre of isolationist politicians– every time I look into the history of any ‘social justice’ movement there is the narrative of “the enemy” who spoke out against the “progress of history” with annoying “racist” arguments.

    The globalists have always encountered resistance from European-derived peoples, that’s why they hate them so much. Unfortunately, the media/education battle was lost in the 1930s when FDR had his 12 years to colonize the government, and since then the preferred narrative has been ‘White passivity’ because it encourages feelings of powerlessness; with opposition political movements infiltrated and undermined by captive organizations like the FBI and CIA. You can’t blame a man for silence when his hands and tongue have been cut off. A staggering amount of government resources are directed towards making sure that tongue doesn’t grow back. Don’t be fooled by the demoralization tactics.

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    • icareviews
      August 12, 2017

      It’s not a fallacy. It’s just a generalization. And it’s true. Every day of my life I’m surrounded by people who think their own demographic displacement is really a wonderful thing. Yeagley was just speaking in a broad sense, and I really don’t think his intention was to demoralize you. Where I would part ways with him (in addition to, of course, his almost exclusive focus on “darkies” and Islam and avoidance of the Jewish Question) is in his assertion here that European-Americans need the Indian in order to have a claim to the land. We don’t need them for anything; but I do find value in his use of their history as an example of what confronts whites. Whites are now in a potentially analogous situation to that of the Indians in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. Europeans can either resist or be colonized. I do approve of his position of acknowledging and emphasizing that we took our lands in the New World by conquest and that others are not averse to doing the same to us if we’re cowardly enough to allow it to happen. The Constitution didn’t tame the West, nor did it secure the expanding country’s borders. The force of men’s minds and arms did this, and their families’ demographic health and national vigor perpetuated the ancestral achievements.

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      • guest
        August 12, 2017

        I don’t know man, how do you take land from nomads? How do you take land from people who didn’t believe in such concepts as land ownership? Indians occupied like 1 seat in this was cinema called the USA. And better dead than red applies to natives too, those damn free range commies! If they had only chosen a different colored war paint instead of red… that was their doom. 🙂

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      • icareviews
        August 13, 2017

        I wouldn’t minimize what was done to Native Americans. What was done to them can be done to us, and if done will be done with far less pity.

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      • Sam J.
        August 12, 2017

        “… assertion here that European-Americans need the Indian in order to have a claim to the land….”

        I would find a certain amount of “glee” in telling SJW’s that,”Well the American Indians don’t want any more immigration and want the ones not taking care of themselves deported. They are the minority who had their land stolen so we have to do what they want”. Then do exactly that. Let them sputter but every time they attempt to change the subject to Nazis or the Klan repeat the same thing over and over.

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  4. smartwhiteguy
    August 12, 2017

    I’ve actually read quite a bit about Amerindians and I think you have to judge Indians you need to judge them by tribe if you want to judge them at all. Tribes like the Choctaw are recognized as very noble while the Digger Indians of California were notorious for theft and a disdain for work. Insects and roots comprised most of their diet.
    I’ve known some really cool Indians but a lot of them can be real scummy too.
    Great article, by the way.
    “You know, as an Indian, I find this [multiculturalism and open-borders defeatism] insufferable, because, okay, now you’re going to hand away what you took from me? You’re going to hand it out to other people, [without even putting up a] fight?”
    I completely agree and have thought the very same thing myself. The media has really fried people’s brains.
    Do you think our good friends, the jews, will be kind enough to set aside some parcel of land for us to use like we did for the Indians? LOL

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    • icareviews
      August 12, 2017

      Did the 60s radical group the Diggers take their name from the Indians?

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      • smartwhiteguy
        August 12, 2017

        Ummm, errr, I don’t know. I never heard of them.
        All the stuff I read about the Indians was from the 19th century.

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      • icareviews
        August 12, 2017

        Here are the Diggers I was talking about:

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      • smartwhiteguy
        August 12, 2017

        Maybe they were. Bugs and roots are free, but I have a feeling they would have liked to steal all that salmon and ham from me that I bought from the supermarket this morning from me before they’d resort to that.
        Is their any footage of the alleged minstrel shows they put on?
        Actually, since it was still new most leftists back then weren’t quite as brainwashed and braindead as today’s SJWs:

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      • icareviews
        August 12, 2017

        The video mentions that they took their name from some agrarian group out of English history.

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      • smartwhiteguy
        August 12, 2017

        I’m sure they’d really be flattered if they knew that some subversive, jewish communists stole their name.

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    • Nick Dean
      August 12, 2017

      From the White Nationalist viewpoint, you don’t have to judge them by tribe or by individual merit. You have to see them as non-White, is all. Endeavoring to take the time to carefully and fairly judge them by tribe or individual personality only makes arguing for White Nationalism more difficult. Who the hell cares about them?

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      • smartwhiteguy
        August 12, 2017

        It’s just better than saying they all suck. Like I said some of them are pretty interesting people. Besides, it pays to be diplomatic sometimes.

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  5. Nick Dean
    August 12, 2017

    “Every day of my life I’m surrounded by people who think their own demographic displacement is really a wonderful thing. Yeagley was just speaking in a broad sense, and I really don’t think his intention was to demoralize you. ”

    Then stop citing Yeagley. He was overwhelmingly White, but chose never to identify with us, rather as something other. Lectures from him about good Whiteness will always code for demoralization.

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    • icareviews
      August 12, 2017

      What’s demoralizing to me is that so many socially retarded idiots visit this site.

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      • smartwhiteguy
        August 12, 2017

        LOL! That kind of reminds me of our negro friend from the OJ post. He expected us all to take him seriously even as he was insulting everybody.

        Just kidding. Seriously though a lot of weirdos do visit these kinds of blogs.

        You’d be sickened and shocked by some of the comments I get that go right into the trash.

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      • icareviews
        August 12, 2017

        A week or two ago some woman left a comment at icareviews after she visited the site and was shocked to discover that RACISM was being promoted. She asked me on these grounds if I was a pedophile. That’s the typical normie’s idea of a racial identitarian, I guess: somebody who rapes little kids. Judaism is pure moral magic, though, and transforms farts into rainbows.

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      • smartwhiteguy
        August 12, 2017

        Yes it’s very sad to see that the average intelligence is so low and the average person is so confused. But with those types whatever is in movies or on TV is what they believe.
        I don’t even listen to “popular” music anymore. It’s nothing but Satanic hypnotism. Infuriates me how they play to ten at every restaurant and drug store these days. Bring back Muzak!

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  6. Nick Dean
    August 12, 2017

    Ha! Define social.

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    • icareviews
      August 12, 2017

      I’ll also need to read Scalp Dance by Goodrich at some point.

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      • Sam J.
        August 12, 2017

        I read that. It was was ok.

        We should remember that the Indians went through a existential crisis. About 90% or more of their people died suddenly by disease.Imagine a few White people you’ve never seen come through, tell you about their “better Gods” and then everyone dies. The disease spread faster than the White Man so by the time Whites got in some areas the Indians were in deep psychological do-do. To their credit they fought us viciously against terrible odds. This is of course why we name military equipment and sports teams after them. Respect. If disease had not taken so many of their numbers they would have kicked us back into the Ocean.

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      • icareviews
        August 13, 2017

        “… they would have kicked us back into the Ocean.”

        No, but it would have taken a lot longer to conquer them.

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  7. smartwhiteguy
    August 12, 2017

    That last clip, damn.
    Norris should have punched that fat vampire right in the face.

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    • icareviews
      August 12, 2017

      I think he’s a true believer. There’s nothing more useful to the establishment than a dumbass celebrity stooge who believes in his own bullshit.

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      • smartwhiteguy
        August 12, 2017

        Agreed.
        Damn, Norris looks absolutely hideous without his Hollywood movie make up!

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  8. Nick Dean
    August 12, 2017

    It is not just obvious but absolutely necessary that White nationalists mock Pocahontas Whites like Yeagley,

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  9. Tyrone Trump
    August 12, 2017

    Yeagley is obviously correct.

    “because, okay, now you’re going to hand away what you took from me? You’re going to hand it out to other people, [without even putting up a] fight?”

    One of the fallacies in the anti-White narrative is that racial displacement is about “righting the wrong” of Amerindian genocide.

    But no one ever suggests giving the land back to Injuns, it’s always about importing the third world wherever Whites congregate.

    As for Chuck Norris, I never really cared about either him or his undeserved cult status.

    I only ever saw 2 or 3 WTR episodes, they were retarded as only Hollywood can produce.

    I don’t remember anything about Amerindians but anti-racist themes were clearly discernible, albeit a different kind than the openly hostile leftist propaganda.

    His negro is pre-Trumpian, more American than actual Americans, and when the villain isn’t a “turrist” it’s a Southern redneck that acts nothing like actual Southerners.

    “for one thing, they offended Cherokees because they were entirely fake; for another, they offended some of Norris’s “born-again” constituency who harbored deep hostility to “New Age” religion”

    Walker, Social Justice Ranger.

    Rednecks r real the hippies.

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    • icareviews
      August 13, 2017

      Norris was one of my heroes growing up. The Octagon was one I especially liked to watch on TV as a kid, and Missing in Action and the Delta Force were pretty badass Israeli propaganda movies.

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  10. Hipster Racist
    August 13, 2017

    Yeagley was an interesting guy, as interesting as Norris is uninteresting. Vox Day is basically the new pro-White Reddish Man in Yeagley’s mold.

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