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CaughtintheMiddle1990
11-19-2009, 07:17 PM
Hey

I'm in college currently (I'm 18) taking a Liberal arts major--So I'm taking Modern American History, Sociology, Political Science and Public Speaking. I'm a lover of history, and my professor pisses me off greatly.

First, he turns every white person from American history into a racist--It doesn't matter who, or what; if that person is a conservative, he twists whatever they did in life into them being a racist--And he's white. LITERALLY every white historical figure or every event done by a white man is twisted by this man to make it seem like every action of white Americans over the past 200 years was simply to put down the black man. He says a lot of conservatives were and still are racists.

Then, we watched a documentary called the Fog of War--about Robert McNamara's involvement in WWII and Vietnam. When discussing the fire bombings of Ja[an bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, he said that at this point, it's and I quote, "100% agreed that it was the wrong decision and that the American people were lied to." He said that anyone ''with half a brain'' realizes how barbaric the act was and that the Japanese were ready to surrender and didn't deserve it--I brought up the fact that their surrender was conditional, ours was unconditional--and he said "YOU NEVER FORCE AN UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER!" He said he felt that Ike, Harry Truman and MacNamara were all war criminals who should've died in prison, and he wondered how they slept at night.

Note he NEVER mentioned the Bataan Marches or any of the torture or horrors inflicted on our men by the Japanese. Never once.

Then he showed a documentary another day about the Stonewall riots and gays before Stonewall, and it presented straights as hateful people, and he said that the gay marriage movement is the "Great civil rights issue of our time," comparing it to African American civil rights.

Then last week, he brought up the Rosenberg trial, he said there never was any real communist threat in America and that ''all evidence shows the Rosenbergs were likely innocent, their trial was anti-Semitic and just a show" He said McCarthyism was a horrid era, McCarthy was an paranoid drunk and that his father(who was also a professor and a member of SNCC) lost his job because of McCarthy.

Finally to top the cake and this is the WORST, today when he came into the room, a previous professor had left his notes on the board about the ratification of our Constitution, and he commented about the professors notes, and I said, "That was a great day" (referring to the day the Constitution was ratified), his response?

"Hmm, not really, I don't like the Constitution"

obx
11-19-2009, 08:09 PM
What a jerk. Allied deaths were estimated to be in excess of 1,000,000 if we were to invade Japan.The Rosenbergs were guilty as hell, knew the risks and got what they deserved. Every American death at Korea can be laid on their shoulders.The VENOA papers would have restored alot of McCarthy's reputation but they were not made public untill after he died. I don't knoww much about "stonewall" because the only Stonewall I am fond of is Jackson.
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JB
11-19-2009, 08:19 PM
Does he open the classroom up for discusson? If so, debate him. Based on what you've written it doesn't look like it would be too difficult to do.
I'm taking Modern American History, Sociology, Political Science and Public Speaking. I can almost hear gingersnap's head sploding. :D;)

CaughtintheMiddle1990
11-19-2009, 08:23 PM
Does he open the classroom up for discusson? If so, debate him. Based on what you've written it doesn't look like it would be too difficult to do.I can almost hear gingersnap's head sploding. :D;)


Not really, the only time there's any sort of discussion is when he asks the class a question--and the length of the discussion is the student answering the question, thats it.

PoliCon
11-19-2009, 08:34 PM
Record his rants and post them on the internet.

CaughtintheMiddle1990
11-19-2009, 08:36 PM
Does he open the classroom up for discusson? If so, debate him. Based on what you've written it doesn't look like it would be too difficult to do.I can almost hear gingersnap's head sploding. :D;)


Record his rants and post them on the internet.

Isn't it illegal to record a teacher? At least that's what my teachers in HS told us.

Rockntractor
11-19-2009, 08:42 PM
Record his rants and post them on the internet.

I thought you were giving us two weeks off? A short persons convention or a nudist colony with lars or both!

PoliCon
11-19-2009, 08:57 PM
Isn't it illegal to record a teacher? At least that's what my teachers in HS told us. Your HS teacher was trying to scare you. The only time it's illegal is if you are trying to make money off their 'intellectual property.

PoliCon
11-19-2009, 09:00 PM
I thought you were giving us two weeks off? A short persons convention or a nudist colony with lars or both!

I said I leave SUNDAY AM :p

Rockntractor
11-19-2009, 09:12 PM
I said I leave SUNDAY AM :p

Who should I pick on while you are gone?

C Fabregas
11-20-2009, 02:18 AM
Hey

I'm in college currently (I'm 18) taking a Liberal arts major--So I'm taking Modern American History, Sociology, Political Science and Public Speaking. I'm a lover of history, and my professor pisses me off greatly.


I thought from your introductory thread that you were 19? :confused:

malloc
11-20-2009, 02:54 AM
Hey

I'm in college currently (I'm 18) taking a Liberal arts major--So I'm taking Modern American History, Sociology, Political Science and Public Speaking. I'm a lover of history, and my professor pisses me off greatly.

First, he turns every white person from American history into a racist--It doesn't matter who, or what; if that person is a conservative, he twists whatever they did in life into them being a racist--And he's white. LITERALLY every white historical figure or every event done by a white man is twisted by this man to make it seem like every action of white Americans over the past 200 years was simply to put down the black man. He says a lot of conservatives were and still are racists.

Then, we watched a documentary called the Fog of War--about Robert McNamara's involvement in WWII and Vietnam. When discussing the fire bombings of Ja[an bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, he said that at this point, it's and I quote, "100% agreed that it was the wrong decision and that the American people were lied to." He said that anyone ''with half a brain'' realizes how barbaric the act was and that the Japanese were ready to surrender and didn't deserve it--I brought up the fact that their surrender was conditional, ours was unconditional--and he said "YOU NEVER FORCE AN UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER!" He said he felt that Ike, Harry Truman and MacNamara were all war criminals who should've died in prison, and he wondered how they slept at night.

Note he NEVER mentioned the Bataan Marches or any of the torture or horrors inflicted on our men by the Japanese. Never once.

Then he showed a documentary another day about the Stonewall riots and gays before Stonewall, and it presented straights as hateful people, and he said that the gay marriage movement is the "Great civil rights issue of our time," comparing it to African American civil rights.

Then last week, he brought up the Rosenberg trial, he said there never was any real communist threat in America and that ''all evidence shows the Rosenbergs were likely innocent, their trial was anti-Semitic and just a show" He said McCarthyism was a horrid era, McCarthy was an paranoid drunk and that his father(who was also a professor and a member of SNCC) lost his job because of McCarthy.

Finally to top the cake and this is the WORST, today when he came into the room, a previous professor had left his notes on the board about the ratification of our Constitution, and he commented about the professors notes, and I said, "That was a great day" (referring to the day the Constitution was ratified), his response?

"Hmm, not really, I don't like the Constitution"

In this particular entanglement your professor is not your enemy. The ideas he's putting into your classmates heads is the enemy. This, probably rotund, individual is just a stooge, a Marxist shill of the Academic Left targeting young minds. He's not a threat, his ideas, when portrayed as professor preached truth is the threat.

So beat his history with real, honest to goodness history. It shouldn't be hard. If you are seriously upset about your professor's classroom behavior, then be prepared with real history. Read the federalist papers. Read what you can on the given subject, and call your professor out. You won't change his mind, that's for certain. But you don't have to change his mind. What you should strive for is opening the mind of the students in you peer group. I'd advise you start with something that proves that your professor is inexcusably wrong. It will wake the slumbering masses in your class to the fact that your professor could be wrong. For instance, try to get your professor to portray Winston Churchill as a racist.

obx
11-20-2009, 09:23 AM
What state/college is this in?
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Constitutionally Speaking
11-20-2009, 09:46 AM
Hey

I'm in college currently (I'm 18) taking a Liberal arts major--So I'm taking Modern American History, Sociology, Political Science and Public Speaking. I'm a lover of history, and my professor pisses me off greatly.

First, he turns every white person from American history into a racist--It doesn't matter who, or what; if that person is a conservative, he twists whatever they did in life into them being a racist--And he's white. LITERALLY every white historical figure or every event done by a white man is twisted by this man to make it seem like every action of white Americans over the past 200 years was simply to put down the black man. He says a lot of conservatives were and still are racists.

Then, we watched a documentary called the Fog of War--about Robert McNamara's involvement in WWII and Vietnam. When discussing the fire bombings of Ja[an bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, he said that at this point, it's and I quote, "100% agreed that it was the wrong decision and that the American people were lied to." He said that anyone ''with half a brain'' realizes how barbaric the act was and that the Japanese were ready to surrender and didn't deserve it--I brought up the fact that their surrender was conditional, ours was unconditional--and he said "YOU NEVER FORCE AN UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER!" He said he felt that Ike, Harry Truman and MacNamara were all war criminals who should've died in prison, and he wondered how they slept at night.

Note he NEVER mentioned the Bataan Marches or any of the torture or horrors inflicted on our men by the Japanese. Never once.

Then he showed a documentary another day about the Stonewall riots and gays before Stonewall, and it presented straights as hateful people, and he said that the gay marriage movement is the "Great civil rights issue of our time," comparing it to African American civil rights.

Then last week, he brought up the Rosenberg trial, he said there never was any real communist threat in America and that ''all evidence shows the Rosenbergs were likely innocent, their trial was anti-Semitic and just a show" He said McCarthyism was a horrid era, McCarthy was an paranoid drunk and that his father(who was also a professor and a member of SNCC) lost his job because of McCarthy.

Finally to top the cake and this is the WORST, today when he came into the room, a previous professor had left his notes on the board about the ratification of our Constitution, and he commented about the professors notes, and I said, "That was a great day" (referring to the day the Constitution was ratified), his response?

"Hmm, not really, I don't like the Constitution"


Now you have the answer one of your other questions in a different post. "Why do so many hippies hate America".

A great many people who attend your professor's class, will actually believe the bile he is spewing. The leftist have purposely populated the educational institutions for the purpose of brainwashing our youth.

lacarnut
11-20-2009, 01:46 PM
You could always write the Dean of the History Department regarding your concerns. I had an English teacher that was bat shit crazy. She would give us writing assignments but would not tell us what books out of the 3 we had to write on. Only give us the page number. Several straight A students reported her and dropped her class. It helped a little bit. I made a C in the class which I was grateful for. You might write or talk to the Dean requesting that your concern be held in confidence.

Rebel Yell
11-20-2009, 01:48 PM
I thought from your introductory thread that you were 19? :confused:

That was the first thing that stuck out to me, too. That and he's majoring in liberal arts. What doed he expect to hear?

revolutionist15
11-20-2009, 02:35 PM
There is not much you can do, I had a self proclaimed Socialist last year, who used to wear a damn Che guvea shirt at least once a week.. All you can do is but up with his bullshit and pass the class. Your blood will boil at some of the stuff he says but its a lot of work to try and write somebody or get him in trouble.

Rebel Yell
11-20-2009, 03:23 PM
There is not much you can do, I had a self proclaimed Socialist last year, who used to wear a damn Che guvea shirt at least once a week.. All you can do is but up with his bullshit and pass the class. Your blood will boil at some of the stuff he says but its a lot of work to try and write somebody or get him in trouble.

Again, you're majoring in LIBERAL ARTS. Modern American History, Sociology. Dude, what do you expect?

Sonnabend
11-20-2009, 05:31 PM
"100% agreed that it was the wrong decision and that the American people were lied to." He said that anyone ''with half a brain'' realizes how barbaric the act was and that the Japanese were ready to surrender and didn't deserve it-Ask him about Saipan, and then ask him if he has any idea of what an invasion oif Japan would have meant in terms of casualties on both sides.

The Japanese were NOT prepared to surrender, even after the first bomb was dropped.


The military leaders were still not ready to give up the fight after the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.http://www.mymac.com/showarticle.php?do=something&id=1188


The Japanese were not ready to surrender before the first bomb. Proof of that is that they weren't ready to surrender even AFTER the first bomb. The mayor of Hiroshima made defiant broadcasts after the bomb, telling his people about how casualties were to be expected in war, and to remain resolute. Truman gave a public warning that more were to come if they did not surrender. The Japanese had 3 days after Hiroshima, and still they did not surrender.

They didn't know if we could produce more, or if it was a fluke. They still wanted to figure out how to avoid the shame of surrender, and cost more American lives. If we had not forced that surrender, their culture would not have had to change, and we would have been fighting the same war in another 10 - 25 years, like what happened after WWI. So Nagasaki was a testament to Japans arrogance. The Japanese had ample time in which to surrender. or to go to the USA and start negotiations. They didnt.

War is ugly, war is brutal....I am sorry for those who died and wish it had not been so..but it was NECESSARY.

"Some had to be sacrificed...if all were to be saved"

PoliCon
11-20-2009, 10:20 PM
Who should I pick on while you are gone?

Wow. . . . that's hard . . . . there are so many good targets to choose from . . . .

CaughtintheMiddle1990
11-21-2009, 12:42 AM
Now you have the answer one of your other questions in a different post. "Why do so many hippies hate America".

A great many people who attend your professor's class, will actually believe the bile he is spewing. The leftist have purposely populated the educational institutions for the purpose of brainwashing our youth.

Sure, that may go for today's generation--Because now the Socialist (I don't call them leftists, because I'm a leftist and I don't believe in Socialism) professors have had a foothold in our education system since the '60s. However, that doesn't explain why the 60s generation was how it was. The kids who were college age in the early-mid 60s (aka the Hippie generation) were probably taught by many of the same professors as those who were in High School or in the 30s/40s.

My grandpa, who attended public middle and High School until he graduated in 1938, grew up to take a bullet for this country--So I don't think the public school system is to blame.

Average Voter
11-21-2009, 09:50 PM
Then post his bigoted, stupid, liberal rants on YouTube. These human cockroaches need to be exposed.