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A Little Matter of Genocide

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posted on Feb, 10 2005 @ 11:30 AM
Interesting little article on Professor Churchills anti-Jewish
bigotry as well as his anti-America thought process.
The article also goes into other .... um ... 'interesting' things
that professors in colleges and universities have said recently.
Man ... THESE are the people who are teaching our children?
A Little Matter of Genocide
Source: The New York Sun
Author: Edward Alexander


Amid a glare of nationwide publicity,University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill has been asked to resign as chairman of that school’s Ethnic Studies Department because he published an essay in which he likened the 3,000 people massacred at the World Trade Center on September 11,2001,to “little Eichmanns.”

For good measure, he added that their killers had made “gallant sacrifices” to achieve noble ends. Prior to this incident, Mr. Churchill’s scholarly reputation was based mainly on a squalid tract called “A Little Matter of Genocide” (1997), in which he argued that the murder of European Jews was not at all a “fixed policy objective of the Nazis” and accused Jews of seeking to monopolize for themselves all that beautiful Holocaust suffering that other groups would very much like, ex post facto, to share.

He argued that Jewish “exclusivism” had nearly erased from history the victims of other genocidal campaigns, and that Jewish scholars stressed the Holocaust in order to “construct a conceptual screen behind which to hide the realities of Israel’s ongoing genocide against the Palestinian population.”

He not only likened Jewish scholars who have argued for the unique character of the Holocaust to neo-Nazi Holocaust deniers, he said that the Jews are worse than the latter-day Nazis because“ those who deny the Holocaust, after all, focus their distortion upon one target. Those [Jewish scholars] who deny all holocausts other than that of the Jews have the same effect upon many.”

Extremism is the order of the day on campus. In the aftermath of September 11, a professor at the University of New Mexico effervescently declaimed: “Anyone who can blow up the Pentagon gets my vote.” An academician at the University of Massachusetts told his students, “The American flag is a symbol of terrorism and death and fear and destruction and oppression.”

[edit on 2/10/2005 by FlyersFan]

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