Not all of us will be mourning 9/11 victims and their families this Friday on the 14th anniversary of the attacks. Hundreds of college kids across the country will instead be taught to sympathize with the terrorists.

That’s because their America-hating leftist professors are systematically indoctrinating them into believing it’s all our fault, that the US deserved punishment for “imperialism” — and the kids are too young to remember or understand what really happened that horrific day.

Case in point is a freshman-level English class taught at several major universities across the country called “The Literature of 9/11” — which focuses almost entirely on writings from the perspective of the Islamic terrorists, rather than the nearly 3,000 Americans who were slaughtered by them.

h/t Small Dead Animals

  • Alain

    During the Cold War the communists worked hard to infiltrate and plant their moles in the right places within the West. This however is not the Cold War, it is open warfare and treason.

    • About the commenting at SDA: I’ve heard a lot of people say that. It’s never been my experience. They’ve simplified the “CAPTCHA” system since it was first introduced. Now you basically just have to type in three or four letters to, you know, “prove you’re not a robot”.

      I dunno. It seems easy to me. Obviously I don’t know what it’s like at your end.

      • Alain

        The last time I tried was last week and three diferent times my comment was rejected by CAPTCHA, after which I said to hell with it and left. As I already said I know for certain that I had typed in exactly what was presented including respecting both upper and lower case. Some years ago I was able to post comments there but not any more, and it has nothing to do with the type of comment.

    • BTW, re: SDA. I too enjoy the blog, but unfortunately they have a clumsy sign-on system which sometimes works and sometimes does not.

      • Seriously. It used to be harder than it was, even a year ago. Give it a try now.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Sometimes with grown-ups it is a case of “thrive or four times bitten, forever shy”. The interwebs are simply too diverse for anyone to feel obliged to frustrate her/himself at all. Responsive websites that do not over-monetize their every page and actually RESPOND to being informed by users of technical glitches survive. Others atrophy and eventually die. I suspect that SDA caused a tad too much anguish to its users in the past.

          • Great. So, WHAT HAPPENED TO THE 9/11 TOPIC??!!
            Right here, right now…

          • Justin St.Denis


            Like I give a fuck.

          • Sorry your Highness, please excuse my insolence. So with your blessing, let us continue to discuss the earthshaking issue of “The Anguish of Logging On to Small Dead Animals”.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Alain, I am so familiar with that experience. Been there, done that.

      I am giving up on Breitbart and the Blaze, too. Over-monetizing every page results in all manner of nonsense for the user, So users emigrate to other sites. Neither Breitbart nor The Blaze seem at all concerned about this, yet they have been informed of same thousands of times, I am sure.

  • The so-called “Imperialism” these ignorant professors are referring to was the presence of U.S. troops in Kuwait. And if you remember your history, this was the pretext upon which Osama Bin Ladin began his crusade — the fact that American “infidels” had “occupied” an Islamic country.

    But apparently these Professors (who presumably have PhDs) have never picked up a history book. Because the reason U.S. troops were in Kuwait was at the invitation of the Government of Kuwait. Remember? Iraq’s Saddam Hussein had invaded defenseless little Kuwait, pillaged the place, set fire to hundreds of oil fields (the sky was black for months and the Americans were actually engaged in putting out oil field fires than anything else — wow, talk about carbon emissions, but that’s another topic).

    Kuwait, and the resulting first Iraq war was the impetus for Bin Ladin and Al Qaeda attacking the West. The Americans were simply being “good samaritans”, not “Imperialists” — they didn’t appropriate the oil resources for themselves.

    These professors should be drummed out of academia for teaching myth instead of history.

  • ontario john

    When French citizen Mulcair becomes PM I expect he will change the name of the National War Memorial to the National Peace Memorial, and dedicate it to all the brave social work graduates from community colleges.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Tom Mulcair? Mulcair won’t become PM. Talk to the ladies. Unless they are card-carrying NDP party members, ladies loathe Tom Mulcair. For sure, they will not vote for him.

      • Surele Surele

        never, never, never.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I sincerely hope there are suicide bombings on college campuses soon.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Me, too. And maybe a poison gas attack or two. Our academics need reminding of where they are and what they are supposed to be doing. And frankly, so do many students.

  • Xavier

    But… there’s no zealot like a convert, and when some of these students realize in a few years that they have been brainwashed there’s going to be hell to pay. Everything the left does eventually backfires, because reality.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Reality has that way of BARGING RIGHT INTO a life, doesn’t it? The Left would do well to remember that, but it won’t. Which is fabulous……

  • Rozza

    Yep, the leftist uni perspective is wrong as is this website that both accept the default as seen on TV conspiracy narrative. Baseline physics is reality, not the TV. I expect in the spirit of free speech and humanist liberalism this comment and the evidence it links too will be censored or simply named called. The likelihood of those devoted to this site being capable of looking at the subject rationally is about as good as the leftists .

    • Mojo1961

      Truthers are stupid.

      • Rozza

        Predict that people will be reduced to name calling in regards to 9/11 and they shall come. It’s physics, the best way to know the world. However as also predicted neither the leftist lectures or the devotees of this site view the 9/11 world based on evidence rather they view through the same frame from opposite sides.

  • Petrilla

    I will be weeping and remembering that beautiful September morning when our world turned upside down with terror. I will harden my heart and do what I can to let people know about this new invasion of our once wonderful free world by savages. God Bless the Free World and all of good heart.

    • Keeping in mind that the Professors cited in the article above, are in fact lying to our youth.

      To set the historical record straight: Bin Ladin’s attacks against the U.S. didn’t begin with the 9/11/2001 World Trade Centre attacks. It began with the bombings of the U.S. Embassies in Tanzania and Kenya in 1998. Followed by the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole in 2000.

      And of course 9/11/2001 wasn’t the first time the WTC was the object of a Muslim terrorist attack. The first attack on the WTC was the bombing in 1993 — some of the terrorists in that earlier bombing had connections to Al Qaeda in Afghanistan.

      Bin Ladin in fact first publicly pronounced his Jihad against the U.S. in the early 1990’s, in the wake of Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait:
      “When Saddam Husayn invaded Kuwait in 1990…bin Ladin immediately offered to protect Saudi Arabia from the Iraqi forces with his mujahideen…The royal rejection of his offer coupled with the royal request for U.S. protection must have been a stunning and embarrassing blow…” (

      Bin Ladin didn’t wan’t “infidel” military on Islamic soil and hence began the Jihad against the West. It had nothing to do with “imperialism”.

  • This is why I firmly believe that leaving leftists in global hot-spots is a public and moral duty.