Syracuse University professor: ‘ Police are unnecessary, inept, violent’

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SYRACUSE, NY- The violent riots occurring across the United States have provided college professors the chance to share their extreme agendas with resistance. This is especially true for Syracuse University teacher Biko Mandela Gray who uses social media to non-stop attack police officers.

Gray, an Assistant Professor of Faith at SU, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share his views on law enforcement officers stating:

I believe I must clarify for people where I personally stand:

1) Police are unneeded, inefficient, lethal, violent, corrupt, myopic, and typically violent. This does not apply to some; it applies to all of them. 2

) they are this method bc they are trained and employed to be in this manner.

He continued the unhinged rant by calling officers useless and ensuring audiences that his positions are strengthened:

“3) They are useless, and they don’t even solve the criminal offenses on the books. 4

) I will no longer compromise on this position. Nobody ought to ever ask me where I stand relating to polices. If you didn’t understand in the past, now you do.

3) They are useless, and they do not even fix the criminal offenses on the books.

4) I will no longer jeopardize on this position. No one must ever ask me where I stand relating to cops. If you didn’t understand before, now you do.

— Biko Mandela Gray (@BikoMandelaGray) September 23, 2020

As if this wasn’t enough he then required the damage of police departments and claimed that individuals who support the police requirement to “go down.”

This whole thing has to go down, in addition to the individuals who support it.

— Biko Mandela Gray (@BikoMandelaGray) September 23, 2020

Obviously, this is not the first time Gray has actually posted something so egregious and bigoted. The most typical targets of his hateful rhetoric are white people who, according to him, are unhealthy:

“Brightness is an illness. Is a plague unto itself. Wherever it is, you can be ensured that death and violence will follow. It’s parasitic. It’s vampiric. It’s offers absolutely nothing however takes whatever. To be white is to embody this parasitic personality.”

Whiteness is an illness. Is an afflict unto itself. Wherever it is, you can be ensured that death and violence will follow. It’s parasitic. It’s vampiric. It’s deals nothing but takes whatever. To be white is to embody this parasitic disposition.

— Biko Mandela Gray (@BikoMandelaGray) July 20, 2020

Gray followed this up a number of weeks later on by doubling down and claiming “the white mind is a twisted thing.”

No, they’re not. The white mind is a twisted thing.

— Biko Mandela Gray (@BikoMandelaGray) August 28, 2020

The comments made by Gray point to the far larger problem of brainwashing that plagues college schools in the United States. Professors guilty of pushing a predisposition program and utilizing their authority to spread out false info rarely face effects.

This was true in Gray’s case when he took Twitter in June to grumble about being “lectured” by university officials:

“After someone got a hold of my tweets, they sent them to my dean, who lectured me– a scholar of race and religious beliefs– about how “variety and addition suggests consisting of EVERYBODY.” #BlackintheIvory”

After someone obtained my tweets, they sent them to my dean, who lectured me– a scholar of race and religious beliefs– about how “diversity and addition suggests including EVERYONE.” #BlackintheIvory

— Biko Mandela Gray (@BikoMandelaGray) June 8, 2020

It seems that the “lecture” didn’t do much to alter Gray’s opinion as his attack of police officers and whiteness came months after. It would be a pity if his superiors were notified of his social networks existence once again.

Authors keep in mind: Since the date of publication I have an Equal Chance case open against Gray for tweets that straight target myself and a piece I wrote for The Federalist. The tweets published by Gray likewise prompted SU trainees to bug me online. The details and progress of this case have been mainly kept from me and to my understanding Gray has actually not been reprimanded.

What’s remarkable is that none of these “conservative” students have stepped foot in my classes. If they would, they would understand that there’s a difference between liberal politics and human principles, that the concern of blackness is an ethical concern moreso than a political one.

— Biko Mandela Gray (@BikoMandelaGray) July 21, 2020

I have never ever shunned conservatives from my courses. What I will never tolerate is antiblackness in my classes. And bc antiblackness is a staple conservative personality, I’m labeled as “liberal” when in reality liberals are terrible too.

— Biko Mandela Gray (@BikoMandelaGray) July 21, 2020

It is doubtful that Gray will deal with effects for his words that target myself and police officers.

Universities and their staff members are typically found to be pushing a bias agenda, here is another example:

LANCASTER, PA— An alleged rioter who was jailed and criminally charged with arson, vandalism and more is receiving backup from the president and trainees of the pricey college that she goes to.

Franklin and Marshall College personnel and students are promoting a fundraising event to assist bail Kathryn Patterson, 20, out Lancaster County Jail, where she was being kept in lieu of $1 million bail.

On Thursday, the developers of the page published an update:

Good Morning,

We have excellent news to report (if you haven’t heard already) Kat, Taylor, Alexa, and Dylan have all had their bail lowered and will be launched today on an unsecured bond. We desire to thank everyone for their kindness and advise you all to continue to keep them and their families in your ideas as this process is not over.

Oppose. Donate. Act

In Unity Lies Strength.

Patterson was among 13 people arrested by cops and implicated of participating in the riots that took place in Lancaster Sunday evening into Monday morning.

The riots occurred after Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters declared that a knife-wielding guy was a victim of authorities cruelty. As we reported, a guy with a criminal history of stabbing individuals attempted to stab a Lancaster police officer with a big knife on Sept. 13.

Cops were called for a report of an in-progress domestic disturbance when Ricardo Munoz lunged at the reacting officer while displaying a knife over his head.

Bodycam video footage reveals Munoz charging out the door of a home, knife in hand, and chasing after the policeman who is required to draw his gun and fatally shoot the suspect.

Authorities initially specified that Munoz was armed with a knife at the time of the shooting and guaranteed to launch bodycam footage, which they did at 11 p.m., but it wasn’t fast sufficient for BLM demonstration organizers who rapidly claimed that Munoz was a victim of cops brutality.

In 2019, Munoz apparently stabbed four individuals after a battle, according to CBS 21. The 4 stabbing victims were found inside and around the home.

A 16-year-old male was found in the back of the property, with numerous stab injuries to his face, ideal thigh, left ankle and best side of his torso.

A 22-year-old female suffered a slash injury to one of her hands, a 26-year-old guy suffered a slash injury to his head and another 26-year-old guy was stabbed in his arm.

In spite of Munoz’s comprehensive criminal history, and an absence of info from the investigation, BLM protesters took to the streets of Lancaster on Sunday night to object the shooting, and rioters damaged police cars and set fires.

In a Sept. 14 news release, Lancaster authorities noted:

“The disorder outside the Police headquarters intensified as suspects continued to throw items at Police Officers as well as cause damage to the Authorities station, a parked vehicle and the front of the United States Post Workplace building.

“We have likewise been getting calls all early morning from downtown organization owners as they found damage from vandalism to their businesses. Officers continued making use of chemical munitions in efforts to disperse the rioters as the suspects piled street signs, trash cans, a metal dumpster, a metal bike rack, pieces of plywood and a wooden pallet at the crossway of N. Prince St. and W. Chestnut St.

“The suspects filled the dumpster with extra garbage bags, along with the wood, and set the contents on fire. Officers made a total of (8) arrests (The upgraded overall is 12 grownups and 1 juvenile) related to the arson/riot outside of the Police station.

“The arrests were made at around 0300 hrs. and shortly thereafter. All suspects arrested were transported to the Lancaster Bureau of Police headquarters for processing and to be held for arraignment. (4) of the (8) suspects are from exterior of Lancaster County. (2) of the suspects were equipped with handguns throughout the protest and riot.

“Those pistols were recovered by Officers after the arrests. (Just Montague was charged with an offense associated to illegal belongings of gun).”

Patterson, of Mercersburg, was charged by the Lancaster Bureau of Cops with felony arson, felony vandalism, felony riot, failure to disperse, obstructing highways and other public passages, disorderly conduct, and defiant trespass with extra counts of criminal conspiracy.

According to The Other McCain, Patterson is reported to be a junior at Franklin and Marshall College, an expensive, private liberal arts college in Lancaster where it costs over $75,000 annually to go to.

The apprehended suspect is also a Kappa Delta sorority member and an “ally” of the campus-based Black Student Union (BSU), according to an Instagram post by the F&M Black Trainee Union:

“On Sunday 09/13/2020 Lancaster PD shot and eliminated Ricardo Munoz. Throughout the demonstration that evening Lancaster PD apprehended Kathryn Patterson.

“Kat is a trainee at Franklin and Marshall College where she is an ally of BSU, a medic for Green Dreamz and a member of Kappa Delta Sorority.

“Kat was providing medical attention to hurt demonstrators and has actually now been wrongfully accused of criminal offenses she could not perhaps devote.

“We as members of the Black Trainee Union and Kappa Delta Sorority, have actually created this fund to raise money for Kat and her family.”

A GoFundMe account entitled “Help BSU’s Ally Kat Patterson” reveals Ashani Williams is arranging the charity event on behalf of Laura Patterson.

In a Sept. 16 “great morning” update published on the charity event, “Kat” Patterson is recognized as an activist:

“We can reveal that Kat was lastly able to speak to her dad for 6 minutes last night! She has found out about all the assistance that has actually gone her way and she can not reveal how grateful she is to each and every single donor and advocate.

“We, likewise, wish to thank everybody who has provided legal recommendations so far and we will share that with her household. We would like to spread out the word about the GoFundMe pages for Taylor Enterline and Alexa Wise.

“Taylor and Kat are activists and pals who were jailed together. Alexa Wise, a Black Trans Activist was likewise jailed and is currently being housed in a male area of the jail. We desire to bring awareness to Taylor and Alexa and advise you all to support them and their families.

“Object. Contribute. Act.

“In Unity Lies Strength.”

Patterson got further support and praise by means of Franklin and Marshall College’s 16th president, Barbara K. Altmann.

In a Sept. 16 Instagram post, Altmann resolved trainees:

“Our neighborhood is injuring. We are all processing and trying to contextualize the death of Ricardo Muñoz in Lancaster city this previous weekend. Regardless of the ultimate result of this examination, we all mourn the loss of the life of Mr. Muñoz.

“For lots of, this is a pointer of the deeply challenged relationship between BIPOC and law enforcement. We are shaken as a school and city. We find ourselves asking concerns and trying to comprehend the moment. These are concerns we all should face.

“On a community-level, we are also processing the effect that the previous few nights of activism have actually had on a member of our own family. As you are most likely conscious, F&M student Kat Patterson was apprehended Sunday night at the protests. We have actually checked out the accusations versus her, as reported in the LNP.

“We stand by our students’ constitutional right to protest. And affirm a presumption of innocence. Senior staff has actually remained in close contact with the family and will continue to do so as we focus on her well-being. Thank you, students, for developing a GoFundMe page to assist Kat and her family; a lot of us in our community will be contributing.

“F&M’s senior personnel will continue to work with students, professors and professional personnel, on campus and studying remotely, to support and motivate programs, courses and workshops on these social justice issues.

“We acknowledge that numerous are feeling risky, consisting of within our own community. This need to change. We encourage everybody to be part of this effort and support one another.

“We have actually all been heartened by the consistent and dedicated activism shown by our neighborhood, specifically by you– our students. Thank you for that. Together, we know we will persevere to a much better tomorrow.”

The post was signed, “With hope for our future, Barbara K. Altmann, President, on behalf of senior personnel.”

Prior to Patterson was jailed, she was showcased on Sept. 8 in the college’s Kappa Delta Instagram page, where she allegedly said:

“I decided to sign up with KD due to the fact that I desired to surround myself with strong, passionate, similar ladies. Not only have I met some of the most helpful and smart people in my life, however I have likewise had the opportunity to grow tremendously as an individual due to the fact that of what KD has actually pressed me to accomplish.

“Every day, the females in KD motivate me to pursue my dreams and alter the world, and I enjoy them for that.”

On Sept. 15, Kappa Delta mentioned the GoFundMe account in a post, which now has comments that have been restricted:

“Monday morning, our Eta Lambda sister Kat Patterson was protesting opposing wrongful murder of Ricardo Munoz in downtown Lancaster.

“Kat was working as a medic to assist protestors, and was wrongfully arrested on excessive charges. The Black Trainee Union of Franklin & & Marshall College has actually set up a Go Fund Me page that will go entirely to Kat’s bail.

“Click the link in our bio to provide to the fund, and please share her story. Eta Lambda stands in solidarity with Kat, and we give our full assistance to our sibling.”

Far, $54,000 have actually been raised from 1,186 people who donated to her bailout fund.

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