Sunday, September 24, 2006

More and More Tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies Humor!

"You need some 50-year-olds to get off their fat asses and stop reading books. Understanding minus the action is masturbation in politics." Ward Churchill
An Internet publication called The Eye Weekly wrote this about the tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies Ward Churchill on 9-13-01:

"Young Canadian anti-globalization activists will be getting some tough talk from indigenous activist Ward Churchill when he speaks at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education on Sept. 14.

'These 18- and 19-year-olds need to read some history so they'll understand what the fuck they're talking about,' says Churchill, a professor of American Indian studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and a long-time member of the American Indian Movement (AIM).....

Churchill, in Toronto to talk about the connections between genocide, colonialism and globalization, has written several controversial books on the subject...

But Churchill doesn't reserve his criticism for the Seattle generation alone.
'You need some 50-year-olds to get off their fat asses and stop reading books. Understanding minus the action is masturbation in politics," he says of academics who theorize and pontificate without acting to change the "cancerous" world system.'" [The rest.]
Odd that The Eye Weekly fails to mention that AIM had a financial angel in the genocidal dictator Saddam Hussein! Wardo really went on the warpath when Vernon Bellecourt queered the deal with Saddam by extolling Iran's Ayatollah Khomeni while Iran and Iraq were at war. According to Wardo's organization, Colorado AIM, Iran didn't give AIM any "compensatory support" to pick up the slack.
D'oh! That Vernon is such a moron!

But our Wardo's no dummy! He's a tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies, not a denizen of La-La Land! He never would have dissed fellow-fabulist Saddam like that!

Well, little Churchillbots, as Lenin said, "read, read, read" the Colorado AIM site about the whole fuck-up! Heh heh!

[NOTE--The links are Snapple's editorializing and in no way reflect the views of the folks at The Eye Weekly.]

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