Monday, 3 August 2009

CASE STUDY: PROFESSOR INDREK WICHMAN

Hello again folks! Long time no squeak! A good friend of mine in deepest, darkest Shrewsbury sent me this interesting piece regarding an email sent [privately] by a US Professor to his university's muslim chapter.
"The story begins at Michigan State University with a mechanical engineering professor named Indrek Wichman. Wichman sent an email to the muslim student association. The email was in response to the students' protest of the Danish cartoons that portrayed the prophet Muhammad as a terrorist. The group had complained the cartoons were 'hate speech'. Enter Professor Wichman. In his email, he said the following:
Dear moslem association,

As a professor of Mechanical Engineering here at MSU I intend to protest your protest. I am offended not by cartoons, but by more mundane things like beheadings of civilians, cowardly attacks on public buildings, suicide murders, murders of Catholic priests [the latest in Turkey], burnings of Christian churches, the continued persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt, the imposition of Sharia law on non-Muslims, the rapes of Scandinavian girls and women [called 'whores' in your culture], the murder of film directors in Holland and the rioting and looting in Paris, France. This is what offends me, a soft-spoken person and academic, and many, many of my colleagues. I counsel you dissatisfied, aggressive, brutal, and uncivilized slave-trading moslems to be very aware of this as you proceed with your infantile 'protests.' If you do not like the values of the West - see the 1st Amendment - you are free to leave. I hope for God's sake that most of you choose that option. Please return to your ancestral homelands and build them up yourselves instead of troubling Americans.

Cordially,
I. S. Wichman
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
As you can imagine, the Muslim group at the university didn't like this too well. They're demanding that Wichman be reprimanded and the university impose mandatory diversity training for faculty and mandate a seminar on hate and discrimination for all freshmen. Now the local chapter of CAIR has jumped into the fray. CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, apparently doesn't believe that the good professor had the right to express his opinion. For its part, the university is standing its ground in support of Professor Wichman, saying the email was private, and they don't intend to publicly condemn his remarks.
Send this to your friends, and ask them to do the same. Tell them to keep passing it around until the whole country gets it. We are in a war. This political correctness is getting old and killing us. If you agree with this, please send it to all your friends, if not simply delete it." [end quote]
I don't know how old this situation is - probably a couple of years me thinx - but it is typical. A lot of petrodollars are spent by the islamic oil bloc in the EU and US on spin and propaganda to beef up the islamic onslaught. The CAIR in the US stamp on anyone who sneezes on the subject of critiquing islam. It's often the same here in the UK with the MCB [Muslim Council of Britain].
There is nothing wrong with questioning or critiquing any 'religion'. It's healthy. What is happening around the globe is a kind of strangulation of free thinking. Maybe this is another shoehorn for the one world religion and another stratagem of the enemy of the saints? DO NOT BE DECEIVED! Be Bereans; watchmen must warn; evangelists must compel!
God bless you and God bless Israel ... Keith JS ... 03-Aug-2009

6 comments:

Rahber said...

i dont know if i even need to counter this section, anyone who writes or agrees with the above lines is clearly a racist or ignorante, i guess hitler had such names for the jews and we all know wat was the result, 6 million jews slaughtered which was very unfortunate, now i know a lot of muslims how hate jews and i also know a lot of muslims that dont. i dont look up to the muslims who hate a whole community for the act of a few. wat gives the professor the right to call a community aggresive, brutal and unciviliszed slave trading when ur country has been involved in some of most devastating wars, when black people were sold as slaves not to long back, when u whiped out the native indians.we can keep pointing fingers at each other as long as we want but that will not get us anywhere, wat we need to do is work for a universal peace or atleast think that in future it might be possile
i think the professor has a fake degree, because he sounds nowhere close to an educated person, he needs to get his facts right, the 1st amendment gives u the right of freedom of speech and expression but we r required to exercise those rights with responsibility, u cant go about hurting someones sentiments and beleifs just because u have freedome of speech and expression, the press needs to do the same,if u dont agree with someone there r civil ways of showing ur dissatisfaction, u dont go about insulting the person or the community, tommorow the professor will call african american a negro and then say acoording to the 1st amendment i have the freedom of speech and if the gentelman dosent like it he can go back to Africa

The LionTribe Family said...

First of all Rahber, did you even read his letter? It's in response to Muslims protesting cartoons of muhammed.

They are fighting against our 1st amendment rights! The professor may show a little anger, but he absolutely has a right to express his opinion. And he is 100% correct in his accusations - you need to know your facts about the Muslim world before you belittle yourself as if you were an educated person! There is OF COURSE major slave trade associated with many muslim nations, there are all kinds of atrocities that the Professor doesn't even mention, he went easy on the muslim world!


The problem with muslims in general (I refer to the NON-Violent - non-terrorists) is that they seem to refuse to take a stand against the radical muslims, they will not raise their voice against Muslim terrorism! This is not acceptable. It is THEIR responsibility as Muslims to stand for what they believe- and if they don't SHOUT out to the world - "This is not us! We disagree! - Stop the Terrorism!!!" Then we can only assume that they are themselves terroists inside, only waiting for their moment to emerge.

Most of them - (Specifically the Imams who are even more responsible as leaders) not only don't publicly raise their voice, but rather take a stand for the actions of the extremists and "urge" the USA to change their foreign policy. I'm sorry, but if you urge a foreign policy change in light of terrorism, you are CONDONING terrorism, and you should be arrested and considered a diplomat for the terrorists.


Why won't you stand against muslim terrorism? Ask yourself that question?

what are you afraid of? where are your values?

does fear of the muslim terrorists define your value system?

Anonymous said...

I believe Wichman was not out of line in his email. He said what most of us Americans want to say. The LionTribe Family said it well in his/her response to Rahber. I can promise you, Rahber, that I, nor Wichman, nor LionTribe agree with anything that Hitler did. He goes against the very freedoms that Americans cherish. That was a very ignorant comment!

Generally, the Muslim nations and especially the extremists have attitudes about woman, other races, and especially other religions that non of us Americans uphold.

Since you didn't agree with Wichman, why did you attack his educational credentials? You just said, "if u dont agree with someone there r civil ways of showing ur dissatisfaction, u dont go about insulting the person or..." Hmmmmmm!!!! Enough said!

Collieratt said...

Bravo for Professor Wichman. CAIR obfuscates the truth. Islam is a violent religion based solely upon what the Koran says. Make no friend of Jew or Christian. Kill the infidel if he won't become Muslim. God delights in leading people astray so that their punishment at judgment day will be more severe than if they had been left alone. And the book goes on and on and on with this sort of meanness. But, don't believe what I say. Read the Koran for yourself. READ IT.

Jeff Jones said...

Rahber, you've ignored the point and redirected. An opinion that all Muslims go home is a little out of line, however, there was nothing wrong with those cartoons in our society. I wish I'd been the one to draw and publish them.

The bottom line is that Islam is where Christianity was about 500-800 years ago during the height of the Inquisition, when people were burned at the stake for being witches and for being in league with the devil. The things the professor is offended by are real and undeniable. They're not a propaganda spin.

Until the average Muslim is unafraid to speak up against the views of terrorists and adopt a Western approach to religion, these problems will continue, and Islam will rightly be considered to be a backward religion and behind the times.

Jerald said...

Rahber I would say you are the one who needs to check their facts here. I have read the 1st amendment and no where does it say we are can only speak our minds if we hurt no ones feelings. Every protest will hurt someones feelings. Nice that you also want to hobble the press with the same rule and stop any real reporting.

We have a nut group now that protests at our troop burials. They are a sick bunch but I will defend their right to protest no matter my feelings about them.

Why?

Because we don't get to pick and chose who has rights here. We we let one person's rights be taken away we risk all of us having our rights taken away.

This is not rocket science and you don't even need a degree to understand the concept. Rights have to be for all or in truth they exist for no one. You posted about the most foolish thing I have read in some time and yet even your post should stay. See that is what freedom is all about.

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