In a pre-Oct. 7 video, Berkeley professor Judith Butler (“they/them!”) is shown saying in part: “Um, uh, similarly, I think, uh, yes, uh, uh, understanding, uh, Hamas, Hezbollah as, uh, social movements that are progressive around, on the left, that are part of a global left, is extremely important.”
uh, beheading babies and raping women is progressive? Uh, uh, um, seems
more like going back to
medevil medieval times
to me, Professor Butler. Uh, like, you know, troglodytes and, uh, barbarians.
But, uh, you think that’s progress?! I guess #MeToo is so yesterday!
Ms. Butler attempted to somewhat qualify that statement by adding: “That does not stop us from, uh, being critical of certain dimensions of, um, both movements. It doesn’t, um, it doesn’t stop those of us who are interested in nonviolent politics from raising the question of, um, uh, uh, of whether there are other options besides violence.”
Meaning their “movements” to subjugate women, convert or enslave infidels, and push the Jews into the sea would, uh, uh, be even more progressive if they didn’t, um, rape and behead so many?
It boggles the mind that so many college professors champion both the LGBTQIA+ community and the Islamists who would stone them. Calling them both progressive takes insanity to a new level.