Canadian students fight back against rogue anti-Israel professor

“…As students, we find it bizarre that you, a professor emerita at Ryerson University, are seemingly unable to grasp the hypocrisy of your behaviour. The BDS motion seeks to curtail partnerships between Israeli and Canadian professors — a policy that is antithetical to a university’s obligation to free speech and diversity of opinion. Moreover, it is appalling that someone in your position appears to actively ignore the animosity, hatred and vitriol that the BDS movement breeds on university campuses.”

h/t Marvin

  • Hard Little Machine

    I would douse him with pigs blood daily.

    • Icebow

      That would be neutral re Jews and muzz.

      • Hard Little Machine

        Flaming alcoholic nuclear pig’s blood then

  • Icebow

    Still some decent kid around.

  • DD_Austin

    professor emerita = professor enema

    Just another bullshit title, if your not teaching or researching your not a professor
    your a retiree, It one of many such “titles” we should not acknowledge with anything but distain and mockery.

    DD Austin, Student emerita, Technologist emerita, Bullshit sufferage emerita

  • Exile1981

    Don’t worry the prof will say these students have come under the influence of jews and it will be swept under the table.

    • Alain

      No doubt but it is about time that these idiots be called out and shamed at least. They normally have been free to push their vile agenda without any opposition, so hopefully that will change.

      • Petrilla


    • Likely;)

  • Petrilla

    Finally some sense from universities!

  • Edubeat

    She can’t even write a coherent sentence. Some of them are 35 words long. Is it any wonder our kids can’t read or write Another social injustice whackjob

  • Clausewitz

    All was explained as soon as they said Ryerson

  • David Murrell

    Worse than this, the Globe and Mail’s notorious Patrick Martin — the left-wing paper’s Middle East bureau chief — wrote an op=-ed supporting the BDS movement: