Meet 6 College Professors Who Promote Violence

Authored by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog,

Colleges and universities are breeding grounds for the Radical Left, encouraging Antifa violence and would-be Communist revolutionaries. That sounds outrageous, but it’s absolutely true. More and more, we’re hearing stories about instructors supporting Antifa, leading “resistance” groups, and making genocidal comments about white people. The Radical Left has taken over the higher education system.

It’s pretty hard to hope for unity when our halls of higher education are hard at work creating a generation of young people who hate everything for which America stands. The backward logic used to sway the feelings and opinions of students is obvious to us, but to younger, idealistic people without experience in the real world, it can seem like these instructors are brilliant souls marching to the beat of a drum so escalated that mere mortals can’t even hear it, much less understand it.

When I wrote an article last week about plans for an attempted Communist revolution on November 4th, it was met with the expected amount of trollery and denial from people who said I was full of it. Lots of people who disagree like to call this a crazy conspiracy theory, but if I’m using their own words and actions to paint a picture, I hardly see how this could be my vivid imagination. They also argued that they were on the side of the angels. “Antifa is good,” they said. “If you are against Antifa, that means you are FOR fascism,” they opined. Obviously, that is a fallacy of relevance, because instead of arguing a point, it misrepresents the opposing opinion. But to the people who want to believe that anyone who differs is the enemy, it holds more weight than a tank full of actual evidence.

Part of the issue is the population of the ivory towers of academia. For some reason, the people who end up teaching young people – at least the ones getting media attention – are extreme in their views. These professors and instructors are held in such esteem by the universities that the students, if they aren’t the critically thinking type, believe every word they speak to be gospel. And their Communist leanings aren’t discouraged at all. In fact, in many colleges and universities, these inmates are running the asylums. Liberalism has so overwhelmed the system of higher education that this list of the most liberal colleges in America took up 28 pages.

The Marxist agenda in many of these colleges and universities is so blatant that many parents no longer encourage their children to attend. (I’m thrilled that my homeschooled youngest daughter opted for a vocational program instead of college.)

Here are just a few examples of Radical Left teachers influencing the next generation.

If you wonder why we’re divided, look no further. This is only a handful of incidents that decry white people, promote Communism, and support violent resistance.

1. An instructor at Clemson University was recently outed by College Reform for volunteering his graphic design skills to help a local Antifa chapter that made headlines in February for openly promoting violence on campus. He replied to this request for help that was posted on the Upstate Antifa Facebook page.

2. Assistant Professor Bart Knijnenburg, another notable member of Indivisible Clemsoncaused national outrage when he wrote that “All Republicans are racist scum” in a Facebook post.

3. A professor from Drexel University was recently put on leave “for his own safety” after blaming the Las Vegas Massacre on the white patriarchy. Professor George Ciccariello-Maher posted a heated series of Tweets that said:

This is the same professor who tweeted last December of his desire for the deaths of white people. Interestingly, Ciccariello-Maher appears to be white and is a self-proclaimed “actual communist.”

4. Another example of this is Rashida Love, director of First Peoples Multicultural Advising Services at Evergreen University who demanded “A Day Without White People” at the Oregon institution. When another member of the staff, Professor Bret Weinstein, rightly objected, he had to be escorted from the campus for his own safety as protests became heated. Then, a bunch of self-proclaimed Neo-Nazis decided to counterprotest the protest and things really went downhill. (The whole story is here.) What this tells us is that when professors speak up against the Radical Left agenda, they lose their jobs and face real threats to their physical safety.

5. Professor Michael Isaacson is a member of Antifa who teaches at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He was quoted in an article on The Hill justifying violence against “Nazis.”“The justification [of the use of violence] is that Nazi ideology at its very core is founded on violence and on wielding power by any means,” said Mike Isaacson, one of the founders of Smash Racism D.C., an Antifa organization in Washington.Isaacson is unequivocal in his defense of violence as a legitimate tool to combat the creeping threat of what he deems authoritarianism.

“There is the question of whether these people should feel safe organizing as Nazis in public, and I don’t think they should,” said Isaacson.

“I don’t think anyone should think that someone who is intent on politically organizing for the sake of creating a state-sponsored genocide — I don’t think is something that we should protect,” he said. (source)

He also posted this Tweet, which finally cost him his job.

His account is awash with violent rhetoric, although he himself isn’t violent “if for no other reason than I’m rather slight of frame,” he said with a chuckle.  “I’m not so good in a fight.” (source)

6. A Dartmouth professor published The Antifascist Handbook, complete with a call to arms. Mark Bray calls his book an “unabashedly partisan call to arms.”

The President of Dartmouth repudiated Bray in a statement saying he was “supporting violent protest.” He continued, “As an institution, we condemn anything but civil discourse in the exchange of ideas. The endorsement of violence in any form is contrary to Dartmouth values.” (source)  But Bray’s colleagues were livid and a hundred of them signed a petition asking the president to retract his statement. Doesn’t this just underline how many other professors feel the same way?

Why are these people in leadership positions in our education system, influencing young people with their hatred?

There is a Radical Left in America, and it is represented in our colleges and universities. How long will it be before Conservative or Libertarian kids can’t even safely attend a university?

It’s incredibly naive to think this won’t boil over.

While there are plenty of people who are left-leaning and dislike President Trump who would never dream of behaving violently toward their neighbors. we can’t use those examples to deny what’s actually happening. There are factions out there who want nothing more than to further destabilize America and force their radical beliefs on everyone in the most militant way possible. Undercover recording after undercover recording has disclosed the plans and the methods that are being discussed, but the mainstream, in their blind hatred of Trump, is glossing over all of it.

The Radical Left has shut down parades with their threats, violently attacked Trump supporters or those whom they believe to be conservative, boasted of “righteous beatings,” and have blatantly plotted sedition with no fear of reprisal. Militant groups believe they should be able to “expropriate” the property of those with whom they disagree and distribute it to others. They no longer want free speech at all if the opinion expressed isn’t straight out of the Politically Correct Opinion Handbook and they’ll silence it by any means necessary.

As I have written before, the laws of physics apply here just like they do in the rest of the natural world. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Even those who have no wish to fight may one day be placed in situations when they must defend themselves. If you become a target, the attack will be relentless and will only be stopped if you persevere.

At some point, government crackdowns will begin. We could be looking at martial law to quell the violence and tanks rolling through our streets. If things continue to escalate with this so-called “justifiable violence,” we’re going to be facing the ugliest time in American history. as violence begets further violence.


Escrava Isaura GUS100CORRINA Fri, 10/13/2017 - 18:31 Permalink

Easy there cowboys or otherwise you lose credibility, if there’s any to be found. That was then. These are the facts now: A 2017 report by The Nation Institute and Center for Investigative Reporting looked at the terrorist incidents in the US between 2008 and 2016.[5] It found:[6] —115 right-wing inspired terror incidents. 35% of these were foiled (meaning no attack happened) and 29% resulted in fatalities. These terror incidents caused 79 deaths. —63 Islamist inspired terror incidents. 76% of these were foiled (meaning no attack happened) and 13% resulted in fatalities. These terror incidents caused 90 deaths. —19 incidents inspired by left-wing ideologies (including eco-terrorism). 20% of these were foiled (meaning no attack happened) and 10% resulted in fatalities. These terror incidents caused 7 deaths  
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fattail Rabidcephalopod Sat, 10/14/2017 - 08:34 Permalink

No.  Wikipedia was reporting what the editors of the page wrote according to the sources their editors used.  If you have other sources or can explain away their methodology, then you just have to go edit their wikipedia page.The rest of the world would find a third of the USA to be a bunch of right wing extremists, as they define it.  80 million gun owners as a start.  But lets say 100 million people are right wing extremists and committ 115 acts of terrorism, but there are only 2,595,000 muslims (according to wikipedia) in the US and they committ 63 acts of terrorism in the US, the math says they are on average 20 times more prone to violence than the right wingers.See, right wing extremists are not so bad, compared to members of a death cult.

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strayaway Escrava Isaura Sat, 10/14/2017 - 14:30 Permalink

Given that the US population is 323M, Muslims are about 1% of the US population, and using the 46% who voted for Trump as a proxy for "right-wing":The 1% of Muslims account for 63 Islamist terrorist inspited incidents.Trump voters accounted for 115 right-wing terrorist inspired incidentsDoing the math using your numbers, Muslims in the US are 25.2x times more likely , per capita, to be involved in terrorist inspired incidents as right wingers.  Were your figures to include general crimes like murder, theft, and assauts, the demographics of the US prison population might be used as a proxy for those crimes. Attaching the voting behavior of prisoners to the politics of their demographics would mean, for instance, that most murders are committed by Democrats.

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BingoBoggins TheLastTrump Fri, 10/13/2017 - 22:00 Permalink

If they were noticed, or examined as a group, most would be attributible to anti-war protest as opposed to, say, complete overthrow of the government, I reckon.That's the first I've heard of that tally. But, in '72, I was still in middle school. That may have been a peak for college aged political and world awareness despite my own seclusion. You could see it in the older students, most weaned on the first televised war. I imagine its been downhill from there, statistically speaking. You could list the possible reasons for yourself and likely come up with plenty.

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house biscuit Fri, 10/13/2017 - 18:11 Permalink

If I save my cum in a cup- but then freeze it- after jerking off while a group of mandingos bang my wife, is it still White Genocide?And if you just thought of spermscicle, check us out on Craigslist

tripletail Fri, 10/13/2017 - 18:27 Permalink

Daisy should stop using the left moniker. It's total bullshit. This is all funded by the deep state and its proxies. Moreover, as Hannah Arendt pointed out during the Eichmann trial, the banality of evil has taken over within multiple sectors of American society, most prominently in the Bolshevik educational system.

Implied Violins tripletail Fri, 10/13/2017 - 18:32 Permalink

I agree, almost every facet of society has been ponerized. Psychopaths occupy nearly every single important corporate, military, poltical, scientific etc. post in the world now.

It's like psychopathy is a computer virus, and it is now about to create the "black screen of death".

This whole fucking system needs a 'reboot'. Maybe if the magnetic poles flip...???

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tripletail Implied Violins Fri, 10/13/2017 - 18:49 Permalink

It's interesting you so accurately point out the role of psychopaths within our leadership roles. And that psychopathy infects the group; hence the banality of psychopathy. I see it in my local HOA. And when you examine our societal hierarchy, you see it clearly everywhere. Indeed, psychopaths are a human virus! Psychopaths must be eradicated IMHO. Cheers!

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BingoBoggins tripletail Fri, 10/13/2017 - 21:39 Permalink

 In that instance, you may, in fact, be eradicating someone close to you, related or otherwise important in your portion of society you deem familiar and acceptable.Not to argue, but just pointing out how many psychopaths are accepted in their particular niche as examples to be revered and imitated. To share only an anecdote, I discovered one in a leadership role of a major multi-merger hospital out-patient clinic setting.This fine fellow had access to a multitude of vulnerable patients needing medical care, and used them to further an agenda propitious to the hospital's budget issues, mostly concerning those with Medicaid funding. A direct confrontation led to his efforts to silence me by denying access to other clinic staff. I assume this was so he would not be found out. To my surprise, a phalanx of clinic nurses stood ready to assist in this effort and for quite some time were successful in blocking my communication attempts with another staff member unaware of his dealings and influence.I believe a vast majority of those patients under his sway held no suspicions of his role and would accept any decision as favorable. Including, prescribing popular health maintenance pharmaceuticals, some of which were known to instill temporary amnesia and mood altering side affects.  I wonder today how many he tortured in this manner.I, for one, knew I'd found the mark when upon initially confronting him, he forgot his own name. I suspect I may have been the first. You have to realize, also, how well guarded they are. The cards are literally stacked against you if you should defend the victim. An incredible belief system exists in its own defense much akin to a case of mass hysteria.

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HRClinton Fri, 10/13/2017 - 18:30 Permalink

Lemme guess... it's OK for these 6 "Nutty Professors" to promote violence, but not for anyone to promote violence against them.What do I win?

koan Fri, 10/13/2017 - 18:29 Permalink

Reminds me of the 60's and Saul Alinsky, todays youth are just as much zipperheads as the 60's youth were.

Zip it open, drop in your ideology and watch em go.