YOUNG COMBAT VET: Slams These 2 Universities For Teaching This About 9/11

Written by Omar Avila on September 9, 2015

It has come to my attention that universities like Notre Dame and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are teaching our youth, “The Literature of 9/11.”

A course that, you and I would assue, shows the heroism of our firemen,  police officers, first responders, and civilians who risked and lost their lives trying to save those in need when the twin towers were struck by terrorists. Or maybe about how every race, color, and gender came together as one to support each other in a devastating time.

Instead, The New York Post points out that these classes, taught by America-hating leftist professors, are systematically indoctrinating your children into believing the attacks were “our fault” and that “America’s chickens came home to roost” that day.

The syllabus includes books like, “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” and “Poems from Guantanamo: Detainees Speak,” which portray terrorists as “Freedom Fighters” driven by oppressive US foreign policies.

These America-hating leftist professors are praising the terrorists who killed thousands of innocent people on American soil and now they are poisoning the minds of the future leaders to turn them against our country?

The very country who provides them with freedom of speech, religion, voting and equal rights. But in their eyes, we are the enemy. I have a question for these professors:

If you hate America so much, what are you still doing here?

I will personally buy your airplane ticket to a Muslim country of your choice, where they kill each other, where you will have no rights, where women are treated like a piece of meat, and where when it comes to “freedom of speech,” good luck with that. If I need to purchase more than one ticket, please let me know, because I know millions of American will raise the funds to get you out of our beloved country. You can take the President with you, too.

Share if you will gladly pay for their plane ticket also!