Pro-America Arab = Crazy!!
This article- thanks Dave- was written by Ahmad Al-Qloushi, a 17 year old Kuwaiti Muslim and a college freshman studying political science in Foothill College in California. Being a survivor of the original iraqi invasion of Kuwait and having to live through it, he is very gratefull to the USA and very much a pro-US sandmonkey himself. Let's just say the left-wing anti- american bias in academia left him a little shook up at first: I was shocked by my Professor’s singularly one-sided presentation. Week after week, I encountered a lack of intellectual and political diversity that I would have more commonly expected to have heard on the streets of pre-liberation Iraq. In this particular class I heard only one consistent refrain: America is bad. In one of his classes, his take-home final was writing an essay about the US constitution, and whether or not it was a document that was really "by the people" and for "the people". This is what he says about his response to the assignment: When I read the assignment I remembered back to my high school in Kuwait. Many of my teachers were Palestinian; they hated America, they hated my worldview, and they did their best to brainwash me. I did not leave my country and my family to come to the United States to receive further brainwashing. I disagreed completely with Dye and Zeigler’s thesis. I wrote an essay defending America’s Founding Fathers and upholding the US constitution as a pioneering document, which has contributed to extraordinary freedoms in America and other corners of the world - including my corner, the Middle East. Care to imagine what the Professor did? Professor Woolcock didn’t grade my essay. Instead he told me to come to see him in his office the following morning. I was surprised the next morning when instead of giving me a grade, Professor Woolcock verbally attacked me and my essay. He told me, “Your views are irrational.” He called me naïve for believing in the greatness of this country, and told me "America is not God's gift to the world." Then he upped the stakes and said "You need regular psychotherapy." Apparently, if you are an Arab Muslim who loves America you must be deranged. Professor Woolcock went as far as to threaten me by stating that he would visit the Dean of International Admissions (who has the power to take away student visas) to make sure I received regular psychological treatment. See, Pro-America Arab = Crazy! That's what you learn in a California College. Isn't that sweet? Anyway, since Ahmad is an arab, and we all suffer from the Arab Arrogance Complex (AAC)- a psycholigical state fueld by a huge sense of entitlment that you are kinda born and bred into if you have enough money to learn abroad if you are an arab- He of course caused a stink and alerted the media. Guess what was Prof. Crybaby's response? He filed a grievance against Ahmad! Hmm, liberals trying to shut you up using legal manuvering; doesn't sound like them at all. Here is what happend: Professor Woolcock then filed a school grievance accusing me, under section 5 of Foothill’s grievance code, of an “act or threat of intimidation or general harassment.” If you are confused by this, so was I. Foothill’s Dean of Student Affairs, Don Dorsey, would not let me see the grievance as filed but he summarized it for me by saying, "Professor Woolcock feels harassed by your having mentioned his name to the media." LOL! Go read the article, it should leave you in a unique state between extreeme anger and amusment. Guess freedom of speech and opinion is only defended by liberals as long as you share their kind of speech and opinions. And don't forget: Pro-America Arab = Crazy!