Skip to comments.Learning from the Holocaust Prohibited at Purdue University, Calumet
Posted on 04/16/2012 6:11:16 PM PDT by Nachum
"Why do they teach about the Holocaust, but deny students the opportunity to learn from me? My mother, a Holocaust survivor¸ asked me that question when she learned that she and I were disinvited to speak at Purdue University, Calumet because a presentation about the Nazi Roots of Modern Anti-Semitism was deemed too controversial and potentially upsetting to some students. I was stunned by the cancellation and had no answer to my mothers question.
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It probably would have upset any Palestinian
students, wouldn’t want to offend them ya know.
It’s really a simple answer Hon.
They don’t want to learn.
It doesn’t fit their agenda.
They are too busy with abortion,birth control pills ,socialism,Occupy, homosexuals and civil rights.
I smell Moslems!
Moslems...without a doubt.
You are more right than you know, Venturer.
I happen to be a resident (unhappily) of the county (Lake County, Indiana) in which PUCC is located.
This is an area in which agenda driven education, voter fraud, political correctness and the Liberal Agenda in general have full sway.
Just for laughs, check the voting record of the incumbent congressman, Peter Visclosky. There is not a more liberal Democrat in Congress. The irony is that his union worker constituency has essentially conservative core values. But they follow blindly whatever the union bosses tell them as far as voting.
The three colleges in the county, PUCC, IU Northwest and the Calumet Campus of St Joseph’s College have nothing but Liberal Ideologues from which to draw their faculty.
Purdue is run by Nazis.
My first reaction when I saw this story.
Betcha they will teach a course on the bogus “Protocols of the Elders of Zion”, as well as the various blood libels.
"Why do they teach about the Holocaust, but deny students the opportunity to learn from me?" My mother, a Holocaust survivorÂ¸ asked me that question when she learned that she and I were disinvited to speak at Purdue University, Calumet because a presentation about the "Nazi Roots of Modern Anti-Semitism" was deemed "too controversial" and potentially upsetting to some students.A statement about Purdue's coddling of Muzzies is coming from the White House any minute now.