Today, June 10th 2020, black academic scientists are holding a strike in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protests. I strike with them and for them. This is why:He goes on to described being shocked at rough treatment being given to Black criminals resisting arrest. He describes himself as a White South African Jew who grew up attending elite White schools, and then, just as apartheid laws were being repealed, moved to Palo Alto California! It turned out to be controlled by rich Jews who kept the Blacks out of town.
He got his degrees from CalTech and MIT, and is now a professor at CalTech.
His post is long and tedious, but notably missing is any example of any Black scientist or student or academic being mistreated. Just criminals resisting arrest.
But it is all political anyway, and Pres. Trump gets the blame.
This ivory tower leftist professors really disgust me. They are fueling race riots for their own political purposes. If he really wanted to teach Black students, he could move to a Black college.
Another Jewish leftist biology professor posted a much more sensible opinion:
No, academia and STEM (STEM is the only aspect of academia I know well) do not sustain racist systems, nor do they contribute to the murder of black people. Science, in fact, is about as egalitarian a discipline as you can imagine, and science departments throughout America are fervently trying to increase diversity, attempting to hire black and Hispanic faculty and to recruit students of color. ...That's right. It is just a leftist demonstration of power, and professors who go along with it are evil.
They see #ShutDownSTEM” as “a demonstration of power” rather than as “an honest confusion about whether science is a good thing.”
Wow! Upholding anti-semitic and racist rhetoric all in one post! You must be proud of yourself.ReplyDelete
Your mindless name-calling is not helpful.ReplyDelete
I did not call you any names. I simply pointed out rhetoric.ReplyDelete
We have now reached the point where Whites paraphrasing Martin Luther King is considered racist. These terms have become meaningless.ReplyDelete
Did you paraphrase Martin Luther King (Jr.) in this post? I must have missed it.ReplyDelete
"He goes on to described being shocked at rough treatment being given to Black criminals resisting arrest. He describes himself as a White South African Jew who grew up attending elite White schools, and then, just as apartheid laws were being repealed, moved to Palo Alto California! It turned out to be controlled by rich Jews who kept the Blacks out of town."ReplyDelete
Were you paraphrasing MLK Jr. here? How brave of you.
Perhaps you meant to paraphrase your mother?ReplyDelete
No, the part you quoted was paraphrased from the blog of a computational biology professor. I supplied the link, and you can read the full article for yourself.ReplyDelete
MLK did not agree with Blacks resisting lawful arrest. I do not agree with resisting arrest either.
MLK Jr. did not resist lawful arrest because it was subversive; when he was arrested it was a form of protest.ReplyDelete