So, if you think the state of our educational system is not in trouble, you ought to reconsider. What about the professor that wished for “White Genocide” for Christmas last year. Would that be someone you would want teaching the future leaders of America?

This man is in the news once again. This time it was for his Tweet about a soldier in uniform on a plane. We are not surprised that this is the attitude of this Leftist. It is no surprise that he hates our military and apparently accuses them of offenses against others. The same view was taken by his predecessors in the Sixties.

Heat Street reports

A radical Drexel University professor who once wished for “White Genocide” for Christmas and hoped to “Abolish the White Race” is under fire again. This time, he said he wants to “vomit or yell about Mosul” after someone gave their seat to a uniformed soldier.

Drexel professor George Ciccariello, currently a visiting researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, shocked his online followers after he complained about an act of appreciation for a soldier.

“Some guy gave up his first class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I’m trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul,” he tweeted.

The professor has come to a false understanding of the world we live in based on his false beliefs. His total egalitarian view of man and government has to lead him to the false view of America as a colonial power.

If all beliefs and systems of government are equal, then all societies should be equal. But, it is easy to see that this is not the case. The Muslim country, no matter their resources vastly under preforms their Western/Christian counterparts. The reason is covenantal. The Western culture is based on the Christian worldview.

So, this man points his finger at whites, military personal and conservative leaders for the failure of the Islamic society. He does this because this societal gap blows a hole in his worldview.

He is like the fool delighting in the King’s New Clothes. He does not want to affirm what his eye tells him; but no matter how much he yells or vomits, the king is naked and he knows it.