What Liberal Universities Are Now Teaching About 9/11 Is Enough To Make You Sick!
I remember all too specifically where I was on 9/11. I was standing on the flight deck of a naval vessel that was in port on the East Coast. I remember the sheer terror in my mind wondering if we were on the list. I think it used to be that colleges at the very least tried to give proper historical counts of major events. Universities are no longer centers of learning — they are now indoctrination camps for liberal values.
Many universities, such as U.C. Berkeley, have erupted in protest to silence the views of conservative intellectuals. Universities were once centers for free speech where any idea would be considered if it was supported by evidence. Now, evidence has gone out the window as colleges attempt to create “safe spaces” for indoctrination.
The indoctrination has gotten so bad that universities across the nation are now teaching students that Americans bear the responsibility of the 9/11 attacks. Numerous campuses are now offering the freshmen course, “The Literature of 9/11.” The course details how colonialism spurred the terrorists to massacre nearly 3,000 civilians in an act of “self-defense,” via NY Post.
Students entering college today would have been two when the attacks occurred. The course curriculum was developed by Neel Ahuja, who claims to be a specialist in “post-colonial” studies. The syllabus includes Poems from Guantanamo: Detainees Speak and The Reluctant Fundamentalist, books which depict terrorists as “freedom fighters” crusading against American imperialism.
The so-called professor has written numerous articles critical of the War on Terror and is known by his students to be intolerant of opposing views.
In one paper, Ahuja depicted terrorists as the real victims of the 9/11 attacks. “Abu Zubaydah’s torture may be interpreted as simply one more example of the necropower of U.S. imperialism, the power to coerce and kill targeted populations,” he writes, ignoring how terrorists killed targeted populations in New York.