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Last updated on March 5th, 2018 at 01:41 pm
Wolcott is on the alert for new rhetoric that portrays Hezbollah as a threat to America. Apparently these magic words will whip all the Fox-clouded lummoxes to support the neo-con plan to spasmodically attack irrelevant social organizations for the mere joy of watching rubble bounce and limbs fly. As if Hezbollah was formed a few weeks ago as a ladies’ auxiliary to the Lebanese Orchid Enthusiast’s Society. Well, their leaders have an interesting applause line: DEATH TO AMERICA. Granted, it’s boilerplate, but after 9/11 I’m inclined to take them at their word.
Yes, yes, I know: again with the 9/11, as if that gave the United States license to attack any Islamic militant organization that spent the last two decades killing Jews, Marines and other infidels. I’m sorry I brought it up. I should realize how I’m being played; isn’t it CURIOUS how people are talking now about the links between Syria, Iran, and various terrorist organizations. How very CONVENIENT. Will they never stop making stuff up to justify their private promises to ancient Lovecraftian blood-gods? Who’s next, the United Way?
‘Why, by the way, did it take Arabs to do what people here should have done a long time ago?” CU professor Ward Churchill asked his Seattle audience during a recorded discussion of the 9/11 attacks.
There is a concerted effort by Ward Churchill and his supporters to limit the current debate to a discussion of his outrageous correlation of World Trade Center victims to “little Eichmanns.” Such strategy is logical because, as grotesque and indecent as that analogy was, it would not alone warrant dismissal.
Read further in that Churchill essay, and he states that terrorists may next deliver a “dose of medicine” in the possible form of anthrax, mustard gas, sarin and/or a tactical nuclear device in order to “push back” and teach evil America a lesson. “As they should,” professor Churchill proclaimed. “As they must.”
Quite the charmer, isn’t he?
Here is what Churchill preaches: The U.S. is fascist and Nazi-like. Genocide has been and continues to be perpetrated by our government here and abroad. America was illegally colonized by non-natives who now should be killed (One example of him saying this: “Killing the colonizer is a figurative proposition, it is a literal proposition, but either way, and by all available means, the proposition has to be fulfilled.”)
According to this CU professor, violence is necessary to dismantle the illegal entity that is the U.S. Churchill’s recorded reactions to 9/11 were “Right on!” and a statement that “The action was correct.” On April 19, 1995, according to one former student, Churchill praised and celebrated the Oklahoma City bombing during his CU class.