Thursday, September 20, 2007

Columbia University Invites Iranian President to Speak

But Columbia radicals riots when Americans present their viewpoint!

Columbia University's School of Public and International Affairs has invited Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to give a speech following his appearance at the United Nations.

Columbia's president, Lee said: "Opportunities to hear, challenge, and learn from controversial speakers of different views are central to the education and training of students for citizenship in a shrinking and still dangerous world. This is especially true for students, many of whose careers will require them to confront human rights and security issues throughout the globe," said in a statement.
In September 1986, I began graduate study at. Shortly thereafter, Jeanne Kirkpatrick, then U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and a graduate of Columbia's Barnard College had to decline her invitation to speak on campus because of left wing protests that threatened to disrupt the event if she spoke.

Twenty years later, In October, 2006, we saw how leftists at Columbia rioted to shut down the event where the border security group "Minutemen" were speaking. For a reminder, see this brief video of the riot that ensued.

Iran under the leadership of radicals like Ahamdinejad is directly responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Americans.

No doubt, the same left wing fascists who brazenly shut down free speech from "controversial speakers of different views" will embrace the appearance of the lunatic Iranian President.

Whose side are they on?

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