"Naturally and inevitably, what you put out will blow back on you and that's what happened," Churchill said.
This is a choice quote from the foolish profesor at CU concerning the 911 attacks. Isn't this the exact same thing that is happening to him now that his ignorant remarks have been widely publicized outside of the coolaid drinking University community?
Also, he says that over 500,000 children were killed based on the sanction policy put on Iraq after the Gulf War. First, there are ZERO facts to indicate that this number of children died during that time period. Just because he says it doens't make it so. Also, does he care about the known 300,000 Iraqi citizens that were dug out of mass graves? What about the people dancing in the streets after they voted a couple of weeks ago?
Second, it was Saddam Hussein and the United Nations who caused the Iraqi people suffering during that time period as they systematically raped the Iraqi nation of its oil through the "Oil for Food" program.
Third, Mr. Church made a statement concerning the death of "millions" of brown skinned babies and wanting the United States to show sorrow for them. Ignoring the obvious contradictory statement on numbers that he made in the same speech (500,000 versus "millions"), I wonder what Mr. Churchil's position is concerning abortion? Does he care about the true "millions" of babies that have been killed in the United States? Maybe he does, somehow I doubt it...which makes him somewhat hypocritical.
Fourth, how seriously should we take any statements from a man who claims to be a "Native American", but who's supposed tribe says he isn't?
Prof's Indian roots disputed
By Stuart Steers, Rocky Mountain News
February 3, 2005
The United Keetoowah Band Cherokee says University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill is not a member of their tribe.
"He's not in the database at all and is not a member of the Keetoowah," said Georgia Mauldin, the tribal clerk in Tahlequah, Okla. (Rocky Mountain News)
Mr. Church appears to be truth challenged. And how did he end up as head of the ethics department? A sad state of our Universities.
Mr. Church has the right to say anything he wants, it's still a free country. He is free to make inflamitory statements in order to do the University lecture circuit and get high fees to dispurse his opinions to like minded professors and their non-questioning students.
But the American people have an equal right to point out his lies and half-truths and to demand that he be removed from the public dole that supports him. Let him make his statments on his own dime....and see how long he is able to support himself.