Professor: ‘Racist, Misogynist, Money-Grubbing People’ Want to Stop Blacks, Latinos from Voting

Caleb Bonham, Campus Reform, April 22, 2014

A professor at Eastern Connecticut State University (ECSU) was caught on audio telling his creative writing class that Republicans will close colleges if they prevail in 2014 and that “racist, misogynist, money-grubbing people” want to suppress the liberal vote.

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“…racist, misogynist, money-grubbing people have so much power over the rest of us. And want things to go back—not to 1955, but to 1855,” Terry said to his Introduction to Creative Writing class Monday morning.

“There are a lot of people out there that do not want black people to vote, do not want Latinos to vote. Do not want old people to vote, or young people to vote. Because generally, people like you are liberal.”

The audio, captured by a current student who wishes to remain anonymous, also claims that if Republicans win the senate in 2014, colleges will start “closing up.”

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UPDATE: A spokesperson for Eastern Connecticut State University told Campus Reform“Our faculty has academic freedom to conduct their classes in whatever way they choose, this is not a university matter.”

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  • MekongDelta69

    Well – it did say creative writing, didn’t it?!!

    Leftist are VERY ‘creative.’

    P.S. I’ll gladly settle for 1955 Brent.

    UPDATE: A spokesperson for Eastern Connecticut State University told Campus Reform“Our faculty has academic freedom to conduct their classes in whatever way they choose, this is not a university matter.”

    Unless… You’re a conservative or say something WE don’t like…

  • Academic freedom for me but not for thee. That’s the reality. If only there was JUST ONE member of Congress advocating the things this libtard Cultural Marxist fool claims will happen, I’d have a mind orgasm from the pure delight. But this fool is a complete NUT JOB. Nothing like what he claims will happen will happen. He’s delusional.

    • PvtCharlieSlate

      He’s delusional … he’s a liberal.
      Also, he matches the definition of a liberal: arrogant, ignorant, hateful, emotional, irrational and wrong.

      • Nonhumans

        That sums them up very well. Libtards are their own little ignorant hategroup. Race realists base their arguments on statistics and facts. Libtards base their arguments on wishful thinking and name-calling.

  • DaveMed

    Interesting, because Blacks and Latinos overwhelmingly vote for the party that is all for the redistribution of wealth from the White founding stock to non-White immigrants and welfare dependents***.

    So, who are the real “money-grubbing people”?

    [***Not that I think Republicans are much better. But when it comes to buying non-Whites’ votes with Whites’ money, Democrats win hands-down.]

    • mobilebay

      Say, I’m all for wealth distribution. I’d like to share Harry Reid’s wealth, or most any Democrat. Funny how people get so rich once they cross the Beltway in DC,

  • Instapundit often writes about and links to articles about the “higher education bubble.”

    The mass closing or at least scaling back of colleges will probably happen soon no matter who wins elections.

    • me

      Yes. Liberal college degrees are of no use in the real world. A young person graduates with thousands of dollars in debt and an education that won’t be relevant in the real world–unless, of course, you decide to become a teacher at the same liberal college and continue the disinformation cycle….

  • JSS

    This article reminds of Orwells Animal Farm where the pig Napoleon is training the sheep to say “2 legs bad 4 legs good” on cue. A vote in the Amurrikan system has to be the cheapest thing in the world right now. We have an idiocracy bent on White genocide, thus I know I have no reason to participate.

  • Urbane Neanderthal

    “Our faculty has academic freedom to conduct their classes in whatever way they choose [so long as they do not say anything we disagree with such as espousing conservative political views], this is not a university matter.”

  • Tom Mixx

    I don’t think there’s anything wrong with a person having property ownership or a certain net worth to be eligible to vote.

  • RHG

    UPDATE: A spokesperson for Eastern Connecticut State University told Campus Reform“Our faculty has academic freedom to conduct their classes in whatever way they choose, this is not a university matter.”
    __________
    What an absolute lie

  • Rhialto

    “… that Republicans will close colleges if they prevail in 2014 ….”

    I wish! If the Repubs would do that, I would support them.

  • Guest

    >>>“There are a lot of people out there that do not want black people to vote, do not want Latinos to vote. Do not want old people to vote, or young people to vote. Because generally, people like you are liberal.”

    We’re to take it, then, that this fellow is himself a so-called liberal and WANTS as many opponents of his viewpoint as possible to vote. Right?

    • DiversityIsDeath

      I did not understand his statement. Shouldn’t he have said “…people like you are CONSERVATIVES?” Has this know-nothing negro “professor” mixed up liberals with conservatives?

  • Homo_Occidentalis

    It’s odd how the libs love to act as though they are in the oppressed minority and that the big evil federal government is constantly striving to reinstate slavery/Jim Crow. Even when their people fill every high office in the land, they still need to kick YT when he’s down and feign being the underdog. I wonder whom they will blame when they’ve finally eliminated the white race.

  • RyanP

    hmm, I wonder if he ever got around to teaching creative writing.

    • Kenner

      All cultural Marxism is ‘creative writing’.

      • DiversityIsDeath

        haha, good one!

  • MBlanc46

    He might not have money, but he has the power to corrupt young peoples’ minds.

    • Listening to that sort of drivel as a university undergrad drove me in exactly the opposite of the intended direction. A dingbat professor much like this one said during my first college semester that if Reagan were reelected in November of 1984 that “it would be the last election the US ever had”.

      Instead Reagan went quietly into retirement and after a single term of his old V.P., we had eight years of Bill Clinton. I suspect an outgoing President who refused to relinquish power would quickly find himself arrested by the Secret Service, at a very minimum, continued occupation of the White House would constitute criminal trespassing.

      The people who make up this silly stuff which fails any sort of reality check do so because their mouths are larger than their brains.

      • MBlanc46

        Fortunately, when I was an undergrad, this sort of nonsense barely existed (except for the history prof who thought that the franchise should be restricted to those with a net worth of $1 million–this was a long time ago–or an earned PhD). I wish I weren’t such an old guy, but at least I didn’t have my education ruined by a bunch of dogmatists.

      • IstvanIN

        It would be fascinating to see what would happen if a President cancelled an election or refused to allow his elected successor to take office.

        • I suspect the three most certain ways for the federal government to kick off a civil war would be – in no particular order – to cancel an election, suspend the Constitution, or declare nationwide martial law during peacetime. Yes, it would be “interesting”, but in the Chinese “may you live in interesting times” sense of the word.

          • IstvanIN

            And where would the military side? We have no Juan Carlos to order the troops back to the barracks and end a rebellion should the military decide to back a wayward President.

          • JSS

            I don’t think the military would be a major player for long in a civil war. The Special Operations units are as White as NASA in the 50s, and thats while the pentagon has been desperately trying to make them vibrant. The normal combat arms aren’t much darker, 3/4 White in the paratroopers and the rest only slightly more vibrant. I think the Feds know the military won’t be reliable for a war against us, thats why they have been pushing so hard to get rid of the old school conservative brass and get women in the combat arms. The idea being to make the military toothless so it isn’t a threat to them even though that also means making it useless. And of course thats also why the police are being militarized and the DHS is arming to the teeth. In a civil war I think the Feds would rely mostly on police, contractors and their alphabet agencies. You have to keep in mind that our enemies really do see us as ignorant hill billy White trash. They believe their own propaganda. I think their hubris will be a big factor in their undoing.

          • weasdf

            Remember, all it took to defeat the mighty British Empire was working class “uneducated hicks.” They underestimated the tenacity and determination of the whites living here on this continent then, and they used the American Indians against us.

          • Their oath is to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. In nations where the armed forces intervene in politics, the effectiveness of those armed forces suffers. Pakistan has been repeatedly subjected to military rule, and the same Pakistani army that demands control of their government has not only started every one of Pakistan’s various wars with India, they have also lost every single one of them.

            The politically-oriented Argentine armed forces got their clocks cleaned by the British in the Falklands. The Argentine air force did OK, though apparently nobody thought to extend the Port Stanley runway so that Mirage or even Skyhawk jets could use it, and their army soldiers were tough, but guys from Buenos Aires needed warm clothes to function that far south in the Southern Hemisphere winter, and lots of the POWs cried when the British issued them warm jackets from captured Argentine stockpiles at Port Stanley; those coats had just never been sent farther forward after being unloaded. The British had quite a lot go wrong when all but one of their heavy-lift Chinook helos were destroyed when the “Atlantic Conveyor” cargo ship was hit with an “Exocet missile”, so they marched cross-country in freezing rain, because an apolitical army can do its job better (this leaves more time for realistic training).

            I have a few retired career NCOs from the “Green Machine” as close friends, as well as one retired navy officer. They tend to be rather happy with democratically-elected government, if not always with the less pleasant results it sometimes produces. My suspicion is that this is what concerned President Oogabooga when he said he wanted a “civilian army, as powerful as the conventional US armed forces” – in the mold of the Soviet NKVD, the Nazi Waffen SS or the Imperial Japanese Kempeitai – thus politically indoctrinated and and also outside the normal military chain of command is that the US cultural Marxists consider the career, armed forces’ combat branches as part of their problem, rather than part of their solution.

          • M&S

            CANA and FAA did okay only because the RN was unimaginably stupid in refusing to take out the Phoenix Escuadron Learjets which dragged the rusted hulk avionics suite A-4B/C out to the islands and back as pathfinders. Whether through Harriers which recovered to throwaway Type-21 or by Type 42 with Sea Dart, this was such an obvious option. They also didn’t shoot down or blow up the two KC-130 ‘Chancha’ (Fat Sow) tankers. Which is strange to me because SAS was on-continent, providing raid warning from the airfield surrounds.
            The only reason AC went down was because the SHAR was such a shortlegged beast that Op Corporate carriers were within 100nm of Falklands Sound, just to sustain 20 minute CAPs overhead the Amphib Anchorage. The Fleet Train had no business being within a 300nm of the islands but the Brits were losing escorts too fast to set up separate sanctuary spaces and had not accounted for all the Argie subs either.
            Meanwhile, the vaunted British SOF went on goober runs to Pebbles and GG after BL.755 runs had all but obliterated the MB.326, T-34 and Pucara aircraft which were capable of using those fields and ‘big success, stunning victory’ blah-blah-blah entailed.
            All the while leaving the Garbage Truck Exocet, the Skyguard Roland/35mm S2A battery and the big Areas Search Wesitinghouse TPS-34 up on the ridgeline totally unmolested. Never mind the huge stockpiles of logistics and the Argentine HQ in Government House.
            Beneath contempt.
            Marching halfway across frozen tundra because you have no vehicles, only to lose both your main LPDs /anyway/ to stupid, daytime, debarking in a known inlet _without AAW escorts_ was equally moronic.
            No, I’m afraid, just like the Battle Of Britain, the Brits won the war for the Falklands by making fewer mistakes than their enemies did, just. Not because they were competent or the Argies not.
            Remember, it was something like 1,500 men from the Buzzo Tactico (Argie SpecWar) who actually took the island from less than a platoon of RMs before disappearing back to the mainland. The regulars left there were little more than garrison forces.
            The problem you have to understand with the U.S. Armed Forces is that they are not recruited from the smartest groups (rural and urban poor) and they are ground down and recast in soldier-molds on the basis of a simple credo which is pounded into them, day in and day out: “Nothing will threaten the safe order of things.”
            Which means that order is orders and if someone doesn’t /take/ an order with the same instantaneous how high in the sky eager-to-jump readiness, they are instantly suspect. A condition of apparent separation from the rest of humanity that is carefully reinforced as a dangerous condition of superiority (easy to kill what you are frightened -or- contemptuous of).
            Which means that all’s any civilian resistance has to do to create a condition of massive (let god sort’em) counter-response is make the mistake of threatening the ‘good order of things’ as the Constitution and the Duly Recognized Government.
            Add to this that these are fools who have grown up for two generations now with liberal brainwashing from school that is it not even /credible/ to think that races are ‘different’ and that these units are heavily mixed so that anyone who -might- side with us is going to get shouted down and lose support from the minimum 30-40% of those who are ‘among the problems needing fixed’. And that their leaders, since at least the late 70s are also well and truly brown nosed careerists and you absolutely _cannot_ count on white military for anything. Even neutrality.
            IMO, the only hope we have is the old timers from the local Guard units and these units are being rapidly detoothed of combat missions and set to second or third tier readiness levels by the idiocy of Sequestration (500 billion in a decade is -nothing- as true savings) and even these forces, remissioned to CS/CSS roles or flat out deactivated to keep the actives functional, will be of limited use.
            I’m sorry, but anyone looking for a _Turner Diaries_ vision of how the next war will be fought is basically asking to be disappointed in the few milliseconds it takes the trigger to pass sear against the bloody wall.
            If it gets as bad as I think it will, our only hope is to be preset into enclaves which are economically as much as militarily too useful to be destroyed and then begin a concerted campaign of debilitation of the system from within. More Aeon Flux than Red Dawn.
            Even that will be of limited utility if the obvious route to population controls are take with forced race mixing within communities and rewards for miscegenation.
            Oh, and the Waffen SS were in fact a fully militarized formation. They were not Gestapo or SD and while they often operated under the local German Wehrmacht army corps for field operations, their unit command was always separate and independent, in line with a use similar to that of the Varangian Guards or the Palatini troops of Byzantium and Rome as Shock Troops of particularly ruthless ferocity.
            Don’t make the mistake of calling an elite military formation down to the level of political security forces simply because their got their hands bloody doing what they did.
            Evil can be really good at what it does.
            But wearing black uniforms, jackboots and Fritz helmets while carrying MP-5s doesn’t make a paramilitary unit into a professional corps. The Waffen SS would wipe the floor with any ‘counter terrorist force’ on the planet.
            They just wouldn’t leave much of a civilian home and hearth logistics base in the cratered moonscape they created either.

          • You could have paragraphed that better.

            Soldiers don’t go to war with the training or equipment they need or want, and it is usually the side which makes the fewest peacetime mistakes that wins. They go with the training and equipment that is issued them.

            Sea Dart was an already obsolete missile that used analog electronics. The Argentines had two destroyers armed with it, so they knew it was OK at high altitude.

          • Grantland

            touché

          • DonReynolds

            In the last civil war……the regular military was not a factor, they were sent West to deal with the Indian wars.
            I expect, should there be another rebellion, there will be very little remaining of the US military and half of it will bolt and join the other side.

        • MBlanc46

          Please wait until I’ve shuffled off into the next life.

      • model1911

        “I suspect an outgoing President who refused to relinquish power would quickly find himself arrested by the Secret Service; at a very minimum, continued occupation of the White House would constitute criminal trespassing.” One would hope you are correct my friend, I think we might see your theory tested after the next presidential election.

        • President Oogabooga’s friends bought him a nice place in Hawaii. He’ll go there. Have you noticed the way Presidents age? It seems terrible that work could do that to a man so quickly. The Jimmy Carter of 1976 looked very different from the 1980 version. Ronald Reagan was starting to show Alzheimer’s symptoms in his second term. Earlier, Richard Nixon had become paranoid about perceived “enemies”. Johnson didn’t run for reelection in 1968. Eisenhower wanted to go home and play golf after eight years of the buck stopping at his desk.

          You couldn’t get me into that office for one term, let alone anything after two. Perhaps I could do some good there, but it wouldn’t be worth it to me. How would I have any time for the things I really enjoy? I’ve already been in jobs that were too stressful, which is why I stay home.

          • And that’s exactly what keeps Hillary Clinton supporters up at night. Sixty-nine by inauguration day 2017, and she’ll be doing a stressful job that ages you fast for four or eight years. Who’s going to want to watch an already almost elderly woman grow really old in appearance really quickly in daily public view? While she will in chronological age be going through her seventies.

            This is why her sycophants threw a fit when Drudge threw up a picture of the real HRC upon the news that Chelsea Clinton is expecting, with the headline “Grandma Hillary.”

          • MBlanc46

            If I ever fancied voting for president, I’d never vote for a first-term candidate over 55.

          • Not your cup of tea:

          • MBlanc46

            She was too old in 2008.

          • Already too old for the job stress.

          • If I was a candidate of some sort running against her, either another Democrat or the Republican nominee if she wins it on the Democrat side, I’d go there, openly and publicly, either in media buys or even in a debate format. But I wouldn’t do it so close to election day to where the controversy over my saying it would still be hot. I’d want to time it in such a way where the row would be quieted down and by election day, so many women voters, (and that would be my objective, exploiting hen house politics), would be so averse to seeing an already borderline elderly woman get old in a hurry in public view that I’d win by a mega-landslide.

            But all that shows is how Machiavellian I am.

          • MBlanc46

            So, I should halt production of the “Scott in 2016!” buttons?

          • I would be willing do do it, but I would insist on staying home in Colorado.

          • MBlanc46

            That sounds like the best deal we’ve had in decades..

          • DonReynolds

            The original intent when the US was started was a weak central government and an even weaker president. Had it remained that way, we would all be happier today. Now with an unrestrained and all-powerful dictator in the White House, we can see the flaws in our own system of government…..or what it has become under the same Constitution, in the hands of people determied to destroy it.

  • [Guest]

    Ironically, if someone were to suggest the closing of colleges and were to support his position by claiming that professors were making insane comments in the classroom, he could cite this professor’s comment as evidence.

  • WR_the_realist

    Hate speech is perfectly acceptable on America’s university campuses, so long as it comes from radical leftists too stupid to work in a real academic discipline, like say, chemical engineering or algebraic topology, and so long as the speech is directed against moderate conservatives who are simply against vote fraud.

    • One would think that the saner varieties of Democrats would loathe vote fraud, because the suspicion that our elections are being deliberately tainted with widespread illegal voting undermines public confidence in the democratic process that the Democrat party also depends upon.

      • IstvanIN

        The Demoncrats depend on fair elections like the Communists did in the USSR.

        • I did say “the saner varieties”. Lots of Democrats aren’t deliberately evil, but merely mistaken.

          • evilsandmich

            One would think that if you want a system based on western socialism that you would want the state to have as little taint as possible. However western socialists who actually think that are WAY down the minority.

          • curmudgeon

            You are speaking of the democrat by birth types who have voted democrat all their lives having been born into the party and never looked at the issues and made a conscious choice. The democRAT politician is a different breed altogether and knowingly are out to destroy the Constitution, economy and society in general in the pursuit of personal and party power. Self serving criminals at best.

          • DonReynolds

            Nothing is more scary than a person who insists that we should surrender to blacks, to homosexuals, to illegal aliens…..because it is the Christian thing to do.

          • Ella

            Ignorance is bliss.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Colleges and universities aren’t about producing people who can think for themselves or people who can cope in a highly advanced technological society. They’re money-making centers and diploma mills for the indoctrination of youth in neo-Marxist ideology.

  • IstvanIN

    Universal suffrage has been a disaster.

  • bubo

    Most people that are still liberal / leftist deep into adulthood seem to be oddballs, especially the white males. This has been my observation anyways.

  • Brian

    “Our faculty has academic freedom to conduct their classes in whatever way they choose, this is not a university matter.”
    ===
    Aren’t the professors supposed to be actually teaching an academic subject with a curriculum, as opposed to unfocused ranting? What does this have to do with ‘creative writing’?

    • dcc2379

      I’m sure the reaction would be the same if it were someone like Professor Mike Adams at UNCW . . . oh wait, the exact opposite.

      Imagine a White Professor sporting a Klansman uniform preaching black genocide. Think the reaction would be the same?

      • I imagine the university involved would instantly decide that their faculty does not have that sort of academic freedom.

  • Jesse James

    I think at the minimum if a person doesn’t have enough motivation or ability to figure out how to get a state driver’s license or the new voter IDs that some states offer that they sure don’t need to be voting.

  • Jack Whistler

    Those who can’t do…teach.

  • 2eRep

    Closing these colleges is a bad thing? How?

  • scutum

    This gentleman must be Negro. He certainly has the intellectual capacities of a Negro.

    • model1911

      Looks like a ‘white’ race traitor to me.

      • He looks like someone who’s mother has promised to buy him a new skateboard if he stops wetting the bed.

      • Jacqonta Green

        in Carolina we be call him wigga. God bless

    • dcc2379

      Even worse: He is a white liberal.

  • Alexandra1973

    I would imagine things were better in 1855…or even 1955.

    Clearly they don’t believe in “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

  • Alexandra1973

    He had a change of heart in 1863, you might want to read a little more on that. Furthermore, he was all for sending blacks back to Africa.

  • dcc2379

    Colleges are filled with fellow travelers; people who think Stalin, Mao, and Castro are heroes. The hundreds of millions who died in those oppressive regimes and the millions more who fled must be wrong. Unfortunately, dead men tell no tales. I’d close colleges like this too, or at the least, start college programs where one must learn. The craziness of everyone getting a college education means people like Sotomayor and Michelle Obama now have the brains to get a college education when there are no signs of intelligent life.

    • The libtard hypocrites who think Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez are heroes aren’t beating feet to move to Cuba or Venezuela, are they?

  • Pelagian

    Is this “Brent Terry” a case of using one’s middle name as one’s last name, and the last name being pruned, perhaps?

  • PvtCharlieSlate

    Try “Brent Terry Geldfresser” …

    • Grantland

      I found a Brent Terry Scheißstain. Hungarian?:

  • The crooked Democrat New York City political machine, Tammany Hall was founded in 1786 and incorporated in 1789. Some estimates of boss William Tweed’s theft of public funds run as high as $200 million.

    Democrats wrote the book when it came to American political corruption.

  • Brent Terry appears to be his real name, because the ECSU English Department lists one as a faculty member on their website. Terry is a part-time instructor who has a Master of Fine Arts degree. Ridicule can be heaped upon him at [email protected].

  • libsfibs

    Liberals are also the first ones to bring up politics even when it’s not at all relevant (directly) to what you’re talking about, and they always bring up the topic with the assumption that you’re liberal and agree with them. Plus, liberals just give off this vibe I don’t like, whether they’re men or women. They come off as pompous, elitist, arrogant or angry. Something about them just makes my skin crawl, even when they don’t open their mouths.

  • rentslave

    Why doesn’t the media have this story as headlining their evening newscasts as they have the Clippers’ owner measured statement?

  • Rhialto

    What the professor is outraged about is simply standard political tactics, used by all political parties that are serious about winning. I have heard political strategists lecturing on C-SPAN programs, explain this tactic as follows.

    There are certain groups that will vote against your candidate in an election. The most you can achieve is to stop these folks from voting. A key tactic is to avoid issues that will activate them. For example, the Repubs make some effort to be nice to Blacks. The Repub leadership knows that Blacks won’t vote for Republicans in any number, but they (hopefully) will reduce the size of Black anti-Republican spite vote.

    Likewise the Dems have been soft on anti-gun legislation lately. The Dem leadership knows that guns are the one issue that can get disgusted ex-Repubs to vote for Republican candidates who support gun rights. Even gun hating H. Rodham-Clinton has been silent on the gun issue, and wisely so.

    It’s not an ideological matter; the professor is very ignorant of politics.

  • A Freespeechzone

    Yet another validation that libs cannot win in the forum of ideas without legalized VOTER FRAUD.

    Make NO mistake, Dems WANT the low information population to commit voter fraud by blocking voter ID and are blatant in their attacks on any who support fair and legal elections.

    They got away with wholesale voter fraud in 2012 and got away with it–unless there is a widespread backlash to stop this; fair elections will be a thing of the past.

    What are YOU going to do to stop this BS crap?

  • Ella

    Do these educated, so-called expertise Professors EVER teach the content of their course or just run their fat mouths on politics? If I took a writing course, teach me how to analyze short stories, build a plot and develop characterization and discuss literary trends. I would ask for my money back! Maybe, he was just manic.

    • I strongly suspect that these professors will double-down by demanding universities pass and enforce rules against students recording their classroom lectures.

  • The Final Solution

    IQ tests would be even better.

  • The loving Tolerance Police strike again.