Saturday, 29 October 2011



I just read a column by's Mike Adams - whose opinions I often disagree with.  But this one was worthwhile enough to post copious excerpts from.

Mr. Adams has written about a far left, jihad-supporting "Professor" at Kent State University, named julio pino, and what the University's President, lester lefton, thinks about his behavior.

Read this, and find out what a Kent State education purchases:

Julio Pino is a genocidal anti-Semite who uses his university email account to boast of sodomizing the mothers of his political opponents. But he has the protection of tenure. And he also has the protection of a cowardly administration

Pino, the unhinged Kent State University history professor, recently shouted "Death to Israel" during a speech by a former Israeli diplomat. The universitys president, Lester Lefton, now says that statementwas deplorable. Lefton issued a statement saying Julio Pino had a right to shout "Death to Israel and disrupt someone elses speech. Thats good to know because I plan to barge into Julio Pinos history class next week and shout Death to Julio Pino! If the president doesnt write a letter supporting my right to do so, I plan to barge into his office and shout Death to President Lefton!

I can do all this because we all know that shouting other people down and drowning out their protected free speech with threats of violence is also protected free speech. Its what the Founding Fathers intended. Death to Jefferson! Death to Madison! Kill them all!

President Lefton surprised me when he wrote "We value critical thinking at this university and encourage students to engage with ideas that they find difficult or make them uncomfortable. Well thats just great! That must mean that Kent State has no university speech code. And that means we can engage in a little experimentation.

First, I say we go the Kent State diversity center and shout Death to Africa! and Death to San Francisco! If we have time after lunch, then we can go to the Kent State Womens Center and shout Death to Feminism! If the point is lost on them, then we can ask a more serious question: Why have you not condemned Julio Pino for claiming with his university email address - that he forcibly sodomized a woman who is a senior citizen?

For the record, President Lefton (see, said this about Julio Pinos most recent outburst: "We hope that our faculty will always model how best to combine passion for one's position with respect for those with whom we disagree. Calling for the destruction of the state from which our guest comes (as do some of our students, faculty and community members) is a grotesque failure to model these values."

Note that Lefton was talking about the Death to Israel remarks. Pinos claims that he forcibly sodomized a senior citizen have yet to be condemned. Kent State officials are still trying to determine whether Pinos email account was hacked as he claims. By the way, the investigation seems to have been lingering for about 18 months with no conclusion. Maybe that means Pinos computer wasnt hacked. Maybe hes just a sociopath. Maybe Kent State University is just a den of spineless cowards.

The irony of the entire Death to Israel episode is that it came after Pino asked the Israeli speaker how he and his government could justify providing aid to countries with blood money he says came from the deaths of Palestinian children and babies. The speaker tried to move on after the absurd question. Pino started shouting and then left. He left many wondering Was this the same Julio Pino who wrote an editorial to the Kent State student newspaper urging Palestinian children to strap bombs to their bodies to kill innocent Jews? Okay, it really wasnt irony. It was just blatant hypocrisy from a self-righteous racist.

To the parents of Kent State students:  Enjoy spending your money to provide this kind of "education" to your children.  I'm sure it will make them model citizens you can be proud of.

And to the parents of numerous other colleges and universities in the United States:  Don't think for a minute that your school isn't doing the same thing.  FIND OUT.  And if it is, then SAY SOMETHING.  Sick filth like julio pino can only exist in an atmosphere of support or apathy.

Zeke ..... ..... Now you see what $1 trillion in Student Loans is spent on ..... ...,,,,, (10/29/11)


Ken Berwitz

Would you believe secession?

Hold on to your sides (not your hats, hats don't hurt when you laugh) and watch this video, from

So there.

I wonder which this genius thinks will come first:  The new Republic of Occupied DC being relieved of the free services being provided by Unoccupied DC (which, not incidentally, includes the land its "citizens" are squatting on), or its admission to the UN.

You can't make this stuff up......

Zeke .... .... So, the question is .... Is the dude just 1) chatting up the babe, or is he 2) exhibiting his meglomania ?..... ..... (10/29/11)


Ken Berwitz

It is being called the "Occupy Wall Street" movement.  So let's see how it is moving.

From Melanie Eversley's piece at USA Today:

Fights are erupting among Occupy Wall Street protesters, so much so that one corner of Zuccotti Park has emerged where protesters say they won't go for fear of their safety, the New York Daily News is reporting.

Police officers also have been warned of "dangerous instruments" being concealed in cardboard tubing, the News says it has been told by unidentified police sources.

"There is a lot of infighting in the park," a police source told the news organization. "There is one part of the park where they won't even go at night."

Meantime, Ed Mullins, president of the Sergeants Benevolent Association, is warning protesters at Zuccotti Park in Manhattan that he will pursue civil suits against anyone who assaults a union member.

"New York's police officers are working around the clock as the already overburdened economy in New York is being drained by 'occupiers' who intentionally and maliciously instigate needless and violent confrontations with the police," the News reports Mullins said in a statement.


But protesters tell the News they have been the victims of police brutality, not the other way around.

"We have been brutalized and mass-arrested by the NYPD," said protester Jen Waller, 24, of Brooklyn. "They can threaten us all they want. We've got lawyers, too."

Please tell me you're not surprised by this.

A protest is a march.  A protest is an event.  A protest is a weekend. 

But when a "protest" is an ongoing, orchestrated strategy - which more and more people (I would hope) now understand "Occupy Wall Street" to be - eventually it is going to turn ugly.  Eventually there will be issues between the true believers, the organized forces/strategists behind it, the street people, and the opportunists who always find a way to attach themselves to anything that is giving away free stuff.

It isn't going to get better either.  It's going to get worse. 

And that is why some Democrats, who proudly associated themselves onto this "movement" are now acting like they never heard of it.

Except for Elizabeth Warren, the Harvard professor and far leftist (pardon my redundancy) who is challenging incumbent Republican Scott Brown for the senate in Massachusetts.  With great pride, and superseding egotism, Ms. Warren has declared herself a major wellspring of this "movement".

From her interview, earlier this week, with Samuel P. Jacobs of

Elizabeth Warren is running for office in the most high-profile race in the country not involving Barack Obama. Its a position that calls for some tact. So what does she think about the Occupy Wall Street protests that are roiling the country?

I created much of the intellectual foundation for what they do, she says. I support what they do.

Enjoy wearing that crown of glory, Ms. Warren.  I have a feeling Senator Brown will be among the first on line to thank you for putting it on your head.

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