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SecaucusFats
12-30-2004, 06:57 PM
Northeastern University Prof likens 9/11 hijackers to American Founding Fathers
http://www.jihadwatch.org ^

In this fiendishly obscene essay, Professor Shahid Alam of Northeastern University portrays the mass-murdering thugs of 9/11 as heroes on the order of the American patriots of Lexington and Concord. :

On April 19, 1775, 700 British troops reached Concord, Massachusetts, to disarm the American colonists who were preparing to start an insurrection. When the British ordered them to disperse, the colonists fired back at the British soldiers. This “shot heard ‘round the world” heralded the start of an insurrection against Britain, the greatest Western power of its time. And when it ended, victorious, in 1783, the colonists had gained their objective. They had established a sovereign but slave-holding republic, the United States of America. The colonists broke away because this was economically advantageous to their commercial and landed classes. As colonists, they were ruled by a parliament in which they were not represented, and which did not represent their interests. The colonies were not free to protect and develop their own commerce and industries. Their bid for independence was made all the more attractive because it was pressed under the banner of liberty. The colonial elites had imbibed well the lessons of the Enlightenment, and here in the new world, they had an opportunity to harness liberty in the service of their economic interests. Backed by the self interest of their landed and commercial elites, and inspired by revolutionary ideas, the colonists had a dream worth pursuing. They were prepared to die for this dream – and to kill. They did: and they won.

On September 11, 2001, nineteen Arab hijackers too demonstrated their willingness to die – and to kill – for their dream. They died so that their people might live, free and in dignity. The manner of their death – and the destruction it wreaked – is not merely a testament to the vulnerabilities that modern technology has created to clandestine attacks. After all, skyscrapers and airplanes have co-existed peacefully for many decades. The attacks of 9-11 were in many ways a work of daring and imagination too; if one can think objectively of such horrors. They were a cataclysmic summation of the history of Western depredations in the Middle East: the history of a unity dismembered, of societies manipulated by surrogates, of development derailed and disrupted, of a people dispossessed. The explosion of 9-11 was indeed a “shot heard ‘round the world.”
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<font color="red">This Professor deserves a very, very,serious asswhooping! </font color>

SF

highsea
12-30-2004, 08:05 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote SecaucusFats:</font><hr> <font color="red">This Professor deserves a very, very,serious asswhooping! </font color>

SF<hr /></blockquote>
I agree. An LGF reader sent an email to the Professor, and recieved this in reply. [ QUOTE ]
"Why is it that the only hateful mail I have received is signed by Levitt,
Hoch or Freedman?"<hr /></blockquote>
I wrote a letter to the President of the school and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. It won't do any good, but at least it lets them know that people are watching.

President of NU: r.freeland@neu.edu
Dean of College of Arts and Sciences: stellar@neu.edu

nhp
12-31-2004, 04:46 AM
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They died so that their people might live, free and in dignity. <hr /></blockquote>

So that women might be executed because a man raped them and they are no longer "pure", so that to steal a loaf of bread is to have your hands chopped off, so that "soldiers" might kills innocent children, even babies, because of their [censored] ideology, claiming they are "defending themselves", so that they can murder people simply because they are a Jew or a Christian, so that they can execute a women loved by the Iraqi people on camera just to 'intimidate', so that they install governments that let their people starve, so that THEY CAN LIVE A LIFESTYLE OF BARBARIANS!

Disgusting! There is nothing wrong with the Islamic faith in itself, BUT THERE DEFINATELY IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH THEY WAY MANY OF THEM INTERPRET AND PRACTICE IT!

Yes, S.Fats, this professor needs his [censored] ass kicked!!

Wally_in_Cincy
12-31-2004, 08:05 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote SecaucusFats:</font><hr>

..They were a cataclysmic summation of the history of Western depredations in the Middle East...development derailed and disrupted.....
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Development? That's hilarious. Most of those countries haven't developed sh*t since the 8th century.

Good grief.

Chopstick
01-01-2005, 07:47 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Wally_in_Cincy:</font><hr>
Development? That's hilarious. Most of those countries haven't developed sh*t since the 8th century.
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I just had a thought. Why? What happened to halt their development? What happened to India and China? Why wouldn't it happen to us as well?

The notion of progress and development, that we take for granted is very recent in human history. Less that a century or so old. There have been periods when nothing changed for thousands of years. I am amazed at the length of the stone age. I can't believe that in a hundred thousand years nobody thought about putting a wheel on a pole to catch a fish.

Qtec
01-01-2005, 12:12 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Chopstick:</font><hr> <blockquote><font class="small">Quote Wally_in_Cincy:</font><hr>
Development? That's hilarious. Most of those countries haven't developed sh*t since the 8th century.
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I just had a thought. <font color="blue"> Wow! </font color> Why? <font color="blue"> Who knows. /ccboard/images/graemlins/laugh.gif </font color> What happened to halt their development? What happened to India and China? <font color="blue">Now I am interested. What did happen to India and China? </font color> Why wouldn't it happen to us as well?

The notion of progress and development, that we take for granted is very recent in human history. <font color="blue"> ? </font color> Less that a century or so old. <font color="blue"> ??</font color> There have been periods when nothing changed for thousands of years. I am amazed at the length of the stone age. I can't believe that in a hundred thousand years nobody thought about putting a wheel on a pole to catch a fish. <font color="blue">The Egyptians built the Pyramids without the use of the wheel and you cant catch a fish without one?! /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif </font color>


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Progress is in the eye of the reciever.

Q

Barbara
01-01-2005, 04:17 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Qtec:</font><hr> <font color="blue">The Egyptians built the Pyramids without the use of the wheel and you cant catch a fish without one?! /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif </font color>


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Progress is in the eye of the reciever.

Q <hr /></blockquote>

Yeah Q, here ya go:

See the Pyramids along the Nile... (http://us.st5.yimg.com/store1.yimg.com/I/demotivators_1821_5251600)

Barbara