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Friday, September 3, 2010

What’s in Your Wallet, Ops, University?

Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable - a most sacred right - a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world. - Abraham Lincoln

If you watch TV you no doubt have seen to ad nauseam the Capitol One commercial with those barbarians running amuck and asking the question, “What’s in your wallet?”  My question for the day, however, is what’s in your university – do you really know?

As taxpayers we have a right to know what is being taught in our schools, colleges and universities. Tenure is not a sacred right to do and teach what you will on the taxpayer’s dollar. Tenure was designed to promote freedom of thought in our institutions of higher learning, not a job protecting program. In my opinion it’s something we should abolish, especially at the pre college level. That being said I move to the crux of this blog – teaching rebellion and lawlessness in our universities on your tax dollar.

The San Diego Union Tribune reports that; “The University of California at San Diego (UCSD) professor Ricardo Dominguez is facing unusual scrutiny from campus police and auditors for his involvement in two divisive projects — one that helps migrants find water stored along the border and another that disrupted the UC president’s Web site through a virtual sit-in.”

“Dominguez, 50, is a self-described activist and new media artist who is accustomed to stirring up controversy. But he said he’s troubled that his tenured status may be revoked for work that promotes his academic specialty of electronic civil disobedience.”

In November 2009, Dominguez, an activist professor who developed Virtual Sit-In technologies in 1998 in solidarity with the Zapatista communities in Chiapas, Mexico, remarked, “In terms of immigrant rights – the question is to move the kind of anchor of civil disobedience within the kind of over-fetishized notion of a single sovereignty of a nation but to look at a larger trans-society that is emerging that also should have global rights.” What kind of treasonous gobbledygook is this?

Dominguez is not alone in his radical actions. He is supported by UCSD lecturer Micha Cardenas, an “artist” whose work is both erotic and often focuses on “dislocative border disturbance,” was captured on video declaring, “I think the way to fix the country is to dissolve it. We could either give all the land back to the indigenous people that we stole it from or we could just wait for the economic collapse and build community-based alternatives and infrastructures to replace the current system.”

To these confusing ends both professors helped to create GPS cell phones that are meant to assist illegal immigrants across the border. Dominguez and Cardenas are altering cheap phones to include maps, water spots, and a compass to help illegals cross the border.” An application is downloaded into mobile phones that will provide illegal immigrants with the tools necessary for safe entry into the United States.

Cardenas explains, “It’s really just designed for you to turn it on and the compass would [sic] show you where is the safety site.” The tool consists of an inexpensive cell phone with a global positioning satellite chip and a custom piece of software which accesses the phone's ability to receive GPS information without needing to send out data which may allow the user to be located and without needing phone service.

Strangely, the GPS phones not only provide maps and a compass to help illegals cross the border, but are also equipped with explicit poetry believed to serve as a source of inspiration to those illegals in their journey across the border. One such poem reads: “Flight a fight of fancy, This bridge called my back my heart my head, My @#%&, my *&$@, my tunnel vision you are crossing into me” (sic).

In April 2010, Dominguez was captured on video openly boasting that it was taxpayer dollars that helped to fund the GPS project, which ultimately led to his receipt of tenure. Please click here to watch his video. You will be amazed and disgusted.

This is insanity. Here we have a case of taxpayer’s dollars being used to advocate and support the inflow of illegal immigration across our borders. What nation in world in the world would do this? On the Iraq-Iran border if you wander too close you will be imprisoned in Iran for life. Not only is this a misuse of our dollars, it borders on criminal behavior by encouraging and supporting illegal immigration, a federal crime. If that isn’t bad enough the two professors are preaching the dissolution of our nation and Constitution, which borders on treason.

When are we going to wake up and stand up against bone-headed, treasonist professors in our schools, colleges and universities? It’s one thing to promote one’s opinions; it’s another to actively advocate lawlessness in the name of academic freedom. You ask yourself, why this country is in such a mess and where have our fundamental values gone?

We have allowed the Left and social progressives to dictate our dialogue for far too long.

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