THE INTERVIEW GETS GOOD AROUND 9 MINUTES.
MEGYN KELLY, HOST: Well, from Princeton University Professor Richard Fox who blames America for the 9/11 attacks and the Boston marathon bombing, to domestic terrorist Bernadine Dohrn who bombed America repeatedly and wound up teaching at Northwestern University Law School. Throughout our nation, college professors, some of them self-described anarchists, are teaching our students to hate America. Few of those professors are ever publicly challenged on those lessons until tonight as we bring you part one of my exclusive interview with former University of Colorado Professor Ward Churchill.
LATER IN THE INTERVIEW…
CHURCHILL: I had trained Weathermen, you know, it’s pretty basic kind of training. I did workshops with pacifists on the mystification of an assault rifle. OK? You can’t be pacifist if you’re not capable of inflicting violence.
KELLY: In 1978, Churchill began lecturing on American-Indian studies at the University of Colorado. By the ’90s, he had received tenure. And then came September 11, 2001. Hours after the attacks with smoke still smoldering amidst the carnage, Churchill penned an essay on the justice of roosting chickens.
Full of rage about what he called past American war crimes, Churchill compared the victims to Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, a man who sent millions of Jews to the gas chamber, suggesting the dead Americans had helped grease the wheels of an immoral U.S. foreign policy.
Quote, “As to those in the World Trade Center… Well, really? Let’s get a grip here, shall we? True enough, they were civilians of a sort. But innocent? Give me a break. They formed a technocratic core at the very heart of America’s global financial empire.”
It was an accusation he would later repeat in an HBO documentary.
CHURCHILL: If there is a better or more efficient way to impose consequences on the little Eichmanns composing technocratic core on American empire, I’d really like to hear it.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So who’s the new evil empire?
CHURCHILL: Well, you’re sitting in it.
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IS THERE A JAMA ‘AT UL-FUQARA TERRORIST TRAINING CAMP NEAR YOU..??
Here is a list of 30 Locations Inside the United States…
1. Marion, Alabama
2. Baladullah, California
3. Oak Hill, California
4. Squaw Valley, California
5. Tulare County, California
6. Buena Vista, Colorado
7. Tallahassee, Florida
8. Commerce, Georgia
9. Jessup, Georgia
10. Springfield, Massachusetts
11. Hagerstown, Maryland
12. Hyattsville, Maryland
13. Coldwater, Michigan
14. Binghamton, New York
15. Deposit, New York
16. Hancock, New York (National Headquarters)
17. Talihina, Oklahoma
18. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19. Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania
20. York, South Carolina
21 Dover, Tennesee
22. Houston, Texas
23. Waco, Texas
24. Fairfax, Virginia
25. Falls Church, Virginia
26. Meherrin, Virginia
27. Red House, Virginia
28. Roanoke, Virginia
29. Bethany, West Virginia
30. Onalaska, Washington
I am reblogging this because I thought it was worth mentioning, this is my Boy Sean Anthony!!!
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Communist Goals (1963) From “The Naked Communist,” by Cleon Skousen
On Jan. 10, 1963, Congressman Albert S. Herlong Jr. of Florida read a list of 45 Communist goals into the Congressional Record. The list was derived from researcher Cleon Skousen’s book “The Naked Communist.” These principles are well worth revisiting today in order to gain insights into the thinking and strategies of much of our so-called liberal elite:
1. U.S. should accept coexistence as the only alternative to atomic war.
2. U.S. should be willing to capitulate in preference to engaging in atomic war. [Note: These encapsulate the Kennan Doctrine, which
advocated for the "containment" of communism. Establishment figures supporting the amoral containment policy at least implicitly worked with the communists in scaring the wits out of the American people concerning atomic war. President Ronald Reagan undid the doctrine when he took an aggressive stand against the Evil Empire by…
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