Professor Loses Job After 9/11 Remarks

I had a recollection of this situation when it first came out and thought it had already been resolved but apparently it was not. I became curious as to this particular essay and began one of my searches across the net and came across what you see below. This is one of those pieces that YOU have to read and YOU have to decide.
The first link is to the essay ( which I believe is the one in question ).
On a hunch I sought out transcripts of the Meet The Press interview with then Secretary of State Madeline Albright. Those would be the next two links. The third Link is an interesting one to the Federation of American Scientist where I found the first transcript.

“Some People Push Back”
On the Justice of Roosting Chickens
By Ward Churchill

One of them, former U.N. Assistant Secretary General Denis Halladay, repeatedly denounced what was happening as “a systematic program . . . of deliberate genocide.”

TRANSCRIPT: ALBRIGHT ON OUTCOME OF IRAQ ACTION


TRANSCRIPT: SECRETARY OF STATE ALBRIGHT ON “MEET THE PRESS”

(Discusses Iraq, Cuba, Middle East, Iran, Bosnia)


Federation of American Scientist

I won’t make any comments on the essay or the transcripts. Take the essay and enlarge the text so you can sit back and read it word for word. All I will say is that there is a lot of food for thought there.

One of them, former U.N. Assistant Secretary General Denis Halladay, repeatedly denounced what was happening as “a systematic program . . . of deliberate genocide.”

from ” Some People Push Back ”

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