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Thursday, April 20, 2006

America's Elites and Saudi Money

Read it and puke.

Our educational system is, if anything, worse. As we are working hard to secure our borders from terrorism and fighting terrorist movements overseas, the same people who are financing much of the world’s terrorism are pouring money into American colleges and universities with the intent of undermining support for our government’s efforts in the War on Terror.

American universities – those idealists who claim racism, misogyny, religious persecution and violations of human rights are antithetical to their mission – are more than willing to accept funding from the Wahhabist Saudi regime that practices such behaviors. The funds go to set up Middle East Studies centers that serve to indoctrinate future generations of American college students to support the goals of overseas terrorists and dictators. These centers also promote outreach programs in which teachers and professors in our local communities are trained and provided with curricula that preach a radical anti-democratic, anti-American, and frequently anti-Semitic agenda in our primary and secondary school classrooms. Our children are their targets.

Knowing the government, media, and academia are bought and paid for with Saudi money shouldn't upset me any more. The comical, yet Ivy League, screed suggesting AIPAC controls the nation makes this particularly galling.

Which nation did 15 of the 19 hijackers call home? Which nation is an apartheid kingdom with no freedom of religion whatsoever? Which nation has an abysmal human rights record, including bureaucratic terms for lopping off heads and hands? Which nation spends billions all over the world creating militant Muslims who eventually do damage all over the world?

Maybe I'll convert so I can be trampled at the Hajj. It beats waiting around for our institutions to side with the American people.

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