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Meet The Professors & Institutions Unabashedly Endorsing Antifa

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Faceless, nameless, leaderless, these are some of the qualities that typically come to mind when discussing Antifa. But the vigilante men in black have documented supporters in academia.

Stanford professor David Palumbo-Liu and Purdue professor Bill Mullen started the Campus Antifascist Network to “stem the rise of fascism, whether proudly displayed in hateful exclusionary slogans and posters, or disguised as ‘free speech.'”

The Campus Antifascist Network lists endorsements from around 30 organizations and 50 individuals. If you scroll down, you’ll see a law professor, a few sociology professors, and several English professors. But disciplines such as science, technology, engineering, and math do not seem to be represented.

There are some pretty famous — or infamous — scholars on the list. There’s George Ciccariello-Maher, the “white genocide” Drexel University professor who said the Las Vegas massacre is what happens when white people don’t get what they want.

There’s Sujata Moori, the Middlebury College professor who teaches Playing Dead: Feminist Readings Of Crime Drama, a very useful class definitely worth your tuition money to learn how to apply “a feminist lens” to “explore the grammar of this genre in terms of race, class, gender, and sexuality.”

There’s also Johnny E. Williams, the Trinity College professor who called white people “inhuman a**holes” and said “let them f***ing die.” Williams shared an article describing how “a lesbian black woman helped take down the man who shot Steve Scalise.” The article suggests that  purported “victims of bigotry” should not help defend alleged “oppressors.”

Palumbo-Liu, one of the professors who founded Campus Antifascist Network, frames his vision for the group as one of “defense in various forms of those who are being threatened by fascists,” but who is a fascist and what constitutes a threat? It’s precisely this nebulous language that allows Antifa to justify responding to“hate speech” or some kind of “verbal violence” with actual, physical violence.

Brockport State University

Academic Study Compares Milking Cows To ‘Sexual Abuse’

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Brockport State University’s women’s and gender studies program publishes a journal called Dissenting Voices, which recently put out a paper by intern Mackenzie April titled “Readying the Rape Rack: Feminism and the Exploitation of Non-Human Reproductive Systems,” reported Campus Reform.

Mackenzie claims that “dairy cows are forcibly impregnated, or raped, in order to constantly produce milk for humans to consume.”

Everyone knows cows can’t consent, but does that justify using the word “rape” to describe breeding them? You’ll see where I’m going with this in a minute.

Mackenzie says “While we fight against the sexual abuse of women, why are we still allowing the same treatment to be thrust upon other living bodies when there are other, more sustainable ways to live that do not involve harming millions of female bodies?”

So now you begin to see that this young, happy-go-lucky intern is spewing a pretty insidious ideology. She’s comparing women to cows. That’s pretty dehumanizing and here’s where I go all Dinesh D’Souza on you and say Democrats are the real misogynists. 

The Brockport State intern continues, claiming “If women do not choose to become mothers, they are shamed. If a female cow is incapable of successfully bearing a calf, they are sent away for slaughter….The idea of murdering women once they can no longer bear children is gruesome and disturbing. Why is it acceptable to perform such horrifying acts on bodies that are different from our own?”

Bodies. That’s what she reduces us to: bodies. Now, don’t get me wrong, I think livestock deserve clean living quarters and that unnecessary pain should be minimized — I’m not a monster! — but let’s not be afraid to call Mackenzie’s “study” and other vegan entreaties what they are: the white privilege guilt of the food world that prevents us from eating tasty stuff and attempts to equate the worth of a human to that of a cow.

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University of California

Academia: Trump Wanting Economically Independent Immigrants Is ‘Detrimental,’ ‘Ethnic Cleansing’

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Former Obama Homeland Security Secretary and current University of California president Janet Napolitano released a statement saying the expansion of the “public charge” definition “sends a detrimental message internationally — that the United States does not want other countries to send their best and brightest here to study” and that the decision “raises questions about the true intent behind the federal government’s unnecessary and misguided action.”

Questions like why is Trump doing this, unless he’s a racist? No, the real question, Janet, is why you can’t understand basic security measures. Regardless of how much of a blast he might have, you don’t let a child ride a rollercoaster if he’s not a certain height. Similarly, it doesn’t matter how much “diversity” an immigrant will add to America if he’ll require a taxpayer safety net and also, since the two are related, negatively impact Americans with crime.

But Napolitano wasn’t the only unhappy camper after the “public charge” expansions. University of Texas, Austin employee Alex Wild tweeted a couple years ago calling Trump a Nazi.

Now, Alex is the curator of entomology at UT Austin, entomology being a fancy word for studying insects. And he seems to have adopted some of the behavior of his test subjects because, annoying as a gnat, he was back this week, tweeting “Shortly after Trump took office, I noted that Republicans were preparing an ethnic cleansing. Now, in 2019, I stand by that statement. Their thin, panicky public denials stand in stark contrast to their public messaging. And to the growing body count.”

I think he might be referring to the El Paso shooting here? And that’s where we are in our political discourse, folks, advocating for reasonable immigration restrictions now equals genocide.

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Goldsmiths, University of London

London University BANS BURGERS To Fight Climate Change

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I don’t often envy our friends over in the UK and today is no different as Goldsmiths, University of London has decided to ban the sale of all beef on campus, according to the BBC. Frances Corner, the school’s new head, said “Though I have only just arrived at Goldsmiths, it is immediately obvious that our staff and students care passionately about the future of our environment and that they are determined to help deliver the step [sic] change we need to cut our carbon footprint drastically and as quickly as possible.”

Now, Breitbart’s James Delingpole says that Goldsmiths’ decision comes after a BBC environment analyst said that UN scientists claim in private that the West can’t keep over-consuming meat. But if that were the case, you would think the scientists would have put that in their report. However, according to Telegraph journalist Charles Moore, the actual report apparently talks about a diverse diet, instead of outright cutting a certain food item.

And it shouldn’t surprise you to find out to find out that blogger Paul Homewood noted that Frances Corner, the head of the school, traveled to Beijing just last fall for a fashion exhibit.

That’s a pretty long flight, but a left-wing activist not practicing what she preaches? Color me shocked.

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