Joy Karega, an associate professor of rhetoric and composition at what has been described as “ultra-liberal” Oberlin College, has now been put on paid leave for making controversial social media posts, including claims that Jews are behind the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
Some of the professor’s social media posts that have sparked public outcry include (via NY Post):
- Last year, she posted a video of Louis Farrakhan explaining how Israeli forces rigged the Twin Towers with explosives which really brought down buildings. Karega wrote: “Farrakhan is truth-telling in this video.”
- ISIS is a CIA and Mossad creation so “Israeli and Zionists Jews” could carry out new 9/11-style attacks.
- Following the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Karega said the killings were secretly planned by Jews as punishment against France for being too supportive of Palestinians. “This ain’t even hard. They unleashed Mossad in France and it’s clear why.”
While there are people who are arguing that the professor shouldn’t be allowed to publicly make such claims as a college professor, that she is “influencing the minds of younger generations” in her position, one has to wonder what future we’re really protecting if people are not allowed to express their First Amendment right to free speech in their personal time and if adult-aged college students aren’t intelligent enough as adults to think critically for themselves.
On top of that, we all know the system gets really touchy any time someone questions false flag events. Earlier this year, Professor James Tracy was fired from a Florida University for saying Sandy Hook was a hoax.
Here’s the statement released about Professor Karega’s suspension to review her “professional fitness in light of her social media postings”:
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