Friday, May 19, 2017

Texas A&M Professor Advocates Killing Whites-in Class

Gary Fouse
fousesquawk
http://garyfouse.blogspot.com


Hat tip Campus Reform


Tommy Curry
(Photo by Campus Watch)


This is as bad as it gets. This goes far beyond race hucksters talking about white privilege on campus. Here we have a black professor named Tommy Curry advocating the killing of whites He does it on the air in an interview, and he does it in class.

https://www.thecollegefix.com/post/32688/


Here is an article by the campus paper, The Battalion.

If we were talking about slaves rising up and killing their white masters, I would not have a problem. This is not the time of slavery. This idiot apparently thinks it is because he brings his crazy ideas into the modern day.

In my view advocating murder of a particular race is not free speech. They may not find a prosecutor willing to bring criminal charges, but if Texas A&M doesn't fire this dangerous man, every student should withdraw and every donor should stop giving money. If the president doesn't have the gonads to fire this man, then he should go too.

For a decade now I have been stating and writing that if campus anti-semitism is not dealt with by our universities, we are going to eventually see a Jewish student murdered on a college campus. After reading this, I have to conclude that if this "white privilege" nonsense isn't nipped in the bud by universities, we will see the murder of a white student on a campus simply for the reason that he or she is white.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Lee Baca Sentenced to 3 Years

Gary Fouse
fousesquawk
http://garyfouse.blogspot.com



"Heigh ho, heigh ho
It's off to jail I go"


Former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca was sentenced this week to three years in prison  on a corruption conviction based on his attempts to thwart an FBI investigation into abuses at his county jail.

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-baca-sentenced-jail-sheriff-corruption-20170512-story.html

I have no sympathy for Baca. Not only did he abuse his power and corrupt his office, he was  also an apologist for radical imams and mosques in Southern California. He was an ally of organizations like CAIR and the Muslim Public Affairs Council, appearing at their events and helping spread the lie that sharia law was no threat to our own laws. This is something I personally observed back in 2012 in Garden Grove.

Baca was a disgrace to law enforcement. The cell door cannot shut quickly enough on him.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

My Exchange of Letters With UC Irvine

Gary Fouse
fousesquawk
http://garyfouse.blogspot.com


Below is a response to my letter of today to UC Irvine regarding the "Standing Rock Is Everywhere" event. It comes from Dr. Thomas Parham, UCI's vice chancellor for student affairs, who originated the New Narratives program, which sponsored the event.


Mr. Fouse: 
 
Thank you for your note and for attending the New Narratives forum. Reviews on 
that program were very positive even as we understand that attendees and even 
panelists may agree or disagree with the assertions being advanced and opinions 
being offered by the various speakers. 
 
The purpose of the New Narratives series when I developed it was to create a 
forum where issues of race, gender, identity, oppression, social justice, etc. 
could become topics of critical discourse and analysis. That is what we intend 
to deliver in those NN forums. Also, while I do take occasional license to 
suggest a speaker, the speakers are primarily invited by a committee of students 
and staff from across the university. In light of your recommendations, I will 
make sure that those are forwarded to the committee for their consideration. 
 
Thank you again for your message. 
 
Dr. Parham 
 
Thomas A. Parham, Ph.D 
Vice Chancellor Student Affairs 
University of California Irvine 
Irvine, California. 92697 

www.vcsa.uci.edu 
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Here is my response:







Dr. Parham 
 
Thank you for your response. Since the purpose of New Narratives is to treat 
these issues with critical discourse and analysis, it seems that having 
conservative speakers would be essential in order to provide the students with 
balance enabling them to come up with their own conclusions. How can there be 
critical discourse and analysis when only one side of an issue is presented? 
 
I would be grateful if you could advise me as to the committee's decision on 
inviting Dr Sowell or Mr. Elder to speak at UCI. 
 
 
Thank you again for your response. 
 
 
Gary Fouse 
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