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Harvard: Advocating Violence.

I don’t recall any of my law professors advocating violence, directly or indirectly. I probably would have walked out of class after having challenged them on their advocacy. I do, however, recall my criminal law and constitutional law professors strongly defending the system, advocating for a vigorous understanding of our criminal justice system, and urging us to always lawfully challenge the government. But never, ever, advocating violence. I would have demanded a refund of my tuition.

Apparently President Obama listened to his professors closely. At Al Sharpton’s National Action Network Convention today , president Obama’s favorite Harvard professor Dr. Charles Ogletree said “I want to see the first white victim of the stand your ground by a black defendant and see if it works.” Watch for yourself:

This President comes from a long line of radical, revolutionary Marxists hellbent on “fundamentally transforming” the United States into a Marxist, Socialist or Communist state. I know longer believe that calling this President a Marxist is a radical thing to claim, but rather the only rational conclusion to reach based on his education, his policies and his background.

Those who don’t believe that this President wants to create a socialist society are simply being the useful idiots we’ve been warned about for centuries.

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One Response to “Harvard: Advocating Violence.”

  1. David Forward #

    While I don’t advocate for violence — though am always prepared for it in our deteriorating society — I too would like to see the legal ramifications played out with a black man defending himself against a white man while claiming “stand your ground” law as part of the defense. I suggest that it would be fairly weighed in the overall context of the situation — unlike what is being done in Florida currently.

    However, since around 94% of murdered blacks are killed by other blacks, the situation where a white person is a criminal aggressor against a black person is fairly rare. But I would expect the defense to be honored for the black man forced into a position of using lethal force in defense of himself or other innocents against a white person. Color of skin shouldn’t be a criteria — only the facts of who was the aggressor and who was the innocent forced to use the lethal force.

    April 13, 2012 at 8:51 am