If you or a family member attend Brooklyn College, Fordham University or City University of New York, there are three professors that you should avoid at all costs:
• Alex Vitae
• Heather Gautney
• John Hammond
These three geniuses are featured in an Iranian state-controlled media video segment at a conference in Tehran about the radical leftist Occupy Wall Street movement.
It’s a shame, but the Left in America as it exists today will conference with terrorists, genocidal monsters and outright enemies of liberty to promote their seditious agenda. No where is this more true than on our college campuses.
Your blogger gave a speech on the Muslim Brotherhood in America to a group near Baton Rouge, LA two years ago. A professor at LSU criticized my speech and defended the Muslim Brotherhood as a legitimate opposition movement. When I checked his CV, it turns out that he had been a visiting professor at the University of Tehran for 3 consecutive summers in recent years.
Clearly the regime in Tehran is running a successful influence campaign on US college campuses, even public university campuses, where they are essentially on the taxpayers’ payroll. The ayatollahs are finding willing fellow travelers and useful idiots in the form of American college professors who are filling the minds of America’s youth with subversive hogwash.
When you click on the link below to view this 2-minute video from Iran’s Press TV via the excellent MEMRI service, pay particular attention to Heather Gautney of Fordham. Notice that she is wearing a head scarf. We are 100% certain that this is not part of Heather’s normal attire. She is willing to bow to Iran’s Shariah law and make herself look like the hypocrite that she is in order to commiserate with those who chant “Death to America.”
These three professors are disgraceful. What they are doing is no different than a visiting delegation heading to Nazi Germany in 1938–except we arguably know MORE about Iran’s evil activities than we had yet realized about Nazi Germany in 1938…
US Professors Attend an Occupy Wall Street Conference in Tehran