Genocide is sometimes acceptable.
This comes from Mohamed Abed, a professor of ethics, social & political philosophy, and classical Islamic philosophy at California State Los Angeles, a public university.
His paper is titled “The Concept of Genocide Reconsidered.”
Seems like a nice guy. Future generations are in great hands while learning from people like Abed, huh?
Check this out…
From Taki Mag:
Professor Mohammed Abed is a man with a message: Genocide has gotten a bum rap. Sure, genocide can be bad, but in a pinch, genocide might just be your best friend…especially if you’re a “person of color.” Indeed, Abed reasons, it’s sometimes “morally required” to commit genocide, and he hasn’t been shy about advancing that argument in a series of lectures and essays that have somehow managed to stay under the radar of the media (especially the right-leaning media) over the past few years.
Abed, a tenure-track professor of ethics, social & political philosophy, and classical Islamic philosophy, believes that, in large part due to the overbearing historical presence of the Holocaust, the definition of genocide has become unnecessarily narrow. When someone cries “genocide” these days, folks expect to see gas chambers, crematoria, and Nazis stuffing Jewish children into trains. This “Holocaust standard” for genocide, Abed claims, betrays the vision of the fellow who invented the term, Raphael Lemkin. Lemkin, Abed argues, always intended for his gift to the lexicon to have a more open-ended, fluid definition. There are lots of ways to make a people, a culture, or a society disappear, and more often than not, there won’t be gas chambers, ovens, or manically emoting Hitlers.
More from Daily Caller:
The professor’s contentious ideas have yet to receive criticism from Cal. State University. The president of the university refused to allow conservative author Ben Shapiro to speak in February of 2016.
“I have not had any pushback from CSULA,” Abed said in his email.
You’d think the mainstream media would cover something like this.
Then again, they are in bed with the Democrat Party. That is not likely to change anytime soon.
Abed needs to take his anger (or whatever you want to call it) and redirect it somewhere else more useful.
This is about as pathetic as it gets.
H/T: Gateway Pundit