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Willful Blindness: Naive Catholic Graduate Student Defends Nazi Girl

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Posted on May 13 2010 6:00 am
David Swindle is the Managing Editor of NewsReal Blog and the Associate Editor of FrontPage Magazine. Follow him on Twitter here

Tuesday we received the following comment from Anita Casavantes Bradford, a graduate student at UC San Diego, in response to Jumanah Imad Albahri’s admission that she supported the extermination of the Jewish people:

This girl is actually my student; I know her to be an intelligent, moral young woman who believes in peace. I do not support any organization that advocates violence against any specific group, nor do I believe that my student would do so. As a peace loving, Catholic teacher, I’m saddened that this speaker–her elder–manipulated the conversation in this fashion to make her look like someone she isn’t, out of an egotistical desire to prove his own point, rather than engaging in a constructive dialogue. A perfect example of why the peace process is limping foward so painfully.

Stunning. Or not.

Those not familiar with the Left might be appalled that any “intelligent, moral” person could watch the now-notorious clip of Nazi Girl and blame David Horowitz for somehow manipulating her into articulating a pro-genocide position. Read a book like my colleague Jamie Glazov’s United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror and you’ll see that Casavantes’ support of a totalitarian enemy of freedom is entirely predictable. The Left has a long habit of looking the other way at the world’s most brutal oppressors and even openly allying with them.  First it was Stalin, then Che and Castro, then Mao, and now today Palestinian “freedom fighters” and other Islamofascists.

All Casavantes is doing is taking this concept down to the collegiate level. She’s so intoxicated with the dream of social justice that she cannot see evil staring her in the face.

(And P.S. Casavantes might want to read up on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict a bit. It’s not been Israel that’s turned down the opportunity for peace time and time again. That the peace process is “limping forward” probably has more to do with the fact that anti-Semitism is built right into Islam. As soon as Palestinians care more about having a Muslim state than destroying the Jewish state then there will be peace. Don’t expect that anytime soon, though. After all, Islamists love death more than we love life.)

103 Responses leave one →
  1. May 13, 2010

    The cost of a hateful education keeps going up and up and up.

  2. May 13, 2010

    Another useful idiot who has educated herself into imbecility. Who'd a thunk it?

  3. May 13, 2010

    "an intelligent, moral young woman who believes in peace." And as we all know peace mainly comes from the end of a gun.

  4. May 13, 2010

    She believes in peace after all the Jews die. It is the old Roman Legion maxim. Create a stillness and call it a peace. If only all non Muslims and particularly the Jews and Christians became extinct we would have world peace. When a spirtually deceived person's mind becomes mentally deranged this is an example of the result.

    • May 13, 2010

      "It is the old Roman Legion maxim. Create a stillness and call it a peace."

      How delicious! I'm adding that to my list of quotes.

      • May 13, 2010

        Known as the "Pax Romana" – Conquered the world and 200 years of peace followed. (27 BC – 180 AD)

      • May 13, 2010

        Actually I thought it was " to make a desert and call it peace."

        • May 13, 2010

          That would certainly change my interpretation of the quote which is a kind of in-your-face irony directed at those who equate the absence of armed conflict with peace. During the Cold War there was no peace in the Soviet Union despite the absence of armed conflict.

    • May 13, 2010

      I actually like another Roman maxim: "Let them hate, as long as they fear."

  5. May 13, 2010

    i watched it. There was no manipulation rather she was trying manipulation herself. Maybe her tactics work on the dhimmi students, not so David Horowitz who must have heard the same old, same old attack/slither routine a thousand times.

    • May 13, 2010

      the comment about manipulation….and isn't that what college professors do with their students every day under the guise of making the students think they are "thinking for themselves?

      • May 14, 2010

        you need to see the whole video Mr. Horowitz was calling them nazi youth…that's why she called herself a nazi youth…

    • May 13, 2010

      I thought the same. David Horowitz was so collected as if he'd heard the give and take a dozen times. He knew what she was going to say before she did. Her teacher is going to rationalize whatever fits the image of her student, the whole thing is really sad.

      Samuel

  6. May 13, 2010

    Best line of the article:

    "All Casavantes is doing is taking this concept down to the collegiate level. She’s so intoxicated with the dream of social justice that she cannot see evil staring her in the face."

    We'd better start doing more than posting comments, these people are out to kill not only the Jews, but the rest of us non-believers.

    • May 13, 2010

      Kathy- Totally agree with both points. I know not a few friends, colleagues, and acquaintances that are so obsessed with the notion of "social justice" that it has really blinded them to the reality that surrounds us. As we all know, "social justice" is just another term for income redistribution and centralized/consolidated government planning/power, i.e. socialism/marxism. These people are ignorantly (at best) and willfully (at worst) handing over their individual liberties and right to self-determination because it somehow alleviates their guilt associated with being Western, American, etc. Talk about cutting off your nose to spite your face!

  7. May 13, 2010

    Quran 9:5 "Fight and kill the disbelievers wherever you find them, take them captive, harass them, lie in wait and ambush them using every stratagem of war."

    Every Muslim is supposed to believe that the Qur'an is the word of Allah and may NOT be interpreted, modified or changed. What was permitted in the time of Mohammed, is still permitted today.

    • May 16, 2010

      ^ You are an absolute ignoramus for claiming to understand the principles of jurisprudence in Islam. Your oversimplification of the manner of interpretation, modification, and change is hardly surprising. Less surprising is your failure to mention context when transcribing a translated verse of the Qur'an. Live in bliss, my friend.

      • May 16, 2010

        One can only wonder what manner of interpretation you are speaking of. The quote seems quite clear unless words don't have meaning or the meaning is in the eye of the beholder. What could you possible mean????

      • May 16, 2010

        Your as educated as bag of hammers are.

  8. May 13, 2010

    Another reason that schools education and the once noble profession of academia are under threat. Useful idiots who blame others instead of placing it squarely on the shoulders it belongs. Her statement of Horowitz being the girls "elder" as if he has some moral responsibility to allow the "child" to get free reign or not be held accountable for her own admissions is appalling. This "child" was quite happy to see people rounded up for extermination. Not to mention the fact that so many more who are younger actually have been brought up to commit the crimes of genocide shows the "educators" lack of education in reality.

    • May 14, 2010

      maybe I was wrong but I took the applause to be for Harowitz for exposing this wonderful potential murderer.

  9. May 13, 2010

    Yes, hardly manipulated. Her response was clear, defiant and heart felt. She was satisfied to come clean and cut through her own manipulative questioning. Smattering of applause too. Very sad.

  10. May 13, 2010

    "I know her to be an intelligent, moral young woman who believes in peace. I do not support any organization that advocates violence against any specific group, nor do I believe that my student would do so."

    She was just exposed as an intelligent, immoral young woman who believes in genocide. She admits to the support this teacher believes she would not support. Even when shown her beliefs of someone are wrong, she refuses to believe it. Once more, she fights it by writing a letter to blame the exposer.

    Statement that sums her up:

    "She’s so intoxicated with the dream of social justice that she cannot see evil staring her in the face."

    How dangerously sad.

  11. May 13, 2010

    It's no wonder Nazi Girl is an imbecile; look at her teacher.

    The teacher claims to be Catholic, but I'd bet a year's salary that she's never read the Bible at all. If she had, she'd have noticed that little detail in there about what happens to her beloved Muslim peers during the end times.

    Or, perhaps she'd have noticed that other little detail about God's promises to Israel, the Promised Land, and what happens to those to interfere with God's promises to Israel.

    Also, Horowitz is no more manipulative than Socrates was. I suppose this "teacher" would find Socrates' methods un-PC these days.

    This is the problem with people who only like to have their ears tickled and have no interest in truth.

    • May 13, 2010

      Doesn't say much about Muslims, Syd. Weren't a lot of Muslims running around when a bunch of white dudes sat down in 325 and decided what would get to be part of "the Bible."

      While you're nitpicking, you might read some of the OTHER parts of the Bible besides the ones you can use to justify treating other people like they're not human.

      • May 13, 2010

        Actually, Isaiah chapter 29 seems quite specific about Muslims. Verse 12 seems to be taken word for word from Muhammad's description of his first encounter with the angel Gabriel, a thousand years after this verse was penned.

      • May 14, 2010

        Cut – I am sure you understand the precept of the "Golden Rule" . Every major religion in the world has some form of the "Golden Rule" – That is every one except Islam.

        In other religions you get rewards in the after life by taking care of your neighbors needs as well as your own.
        In Islam you make your neighbor believe as you do OR – Die, Become a slave, or Pay tribute to stay alive.

        I have read all the other "parts" of the Bible and find many of them to be anti-Christ
        in their teachings and also fail to show sufficient agreement with 2 or more other parts of the Bible.

        Have a Good Day – CUT

      • May 17, 2010

        When one behaves and treats others as humans, than one can expect to be treated as a human. All I have seen is a religion and society(pretty much the entire middle east) that is a couple thousand years behind the rest of the civilizied world. Oh, I spent well over a year in various parts of the middle East durring 5 years as a soldier. So I know of where I speak.

  12. May 13, 2010

    Expository idiocy from her teacher, unbelievable idiocy fom the girl, David says Holocaust, she thinks
    Hodown. Tear down these schools, make the students face the real world and work their way
    through life, in a few years they may become human beings, hard work is the answer to opening
    closed minds. The teacher should get 20 years for child abuse……………..William

  13. May 13, 2010

    What was it P.T. Barnum used to say? There's a sucker born every minute. Bradford is one of those.

    • May 14, 2010

      Why don't you use your real name instead of someone else's? Is it because you also post racist & homophobic comments on other blogs, as well as Usenet?

  14. May 13, 2010

    Horowitz (bless his heart!) was observant enough to recognize the Hamas banner she wore around her neck! A banner that means she advocates and agrees with everything Hamas stands for! Her teacher had eyes as well as ears closed! Nuf said!

  15. May 13, 2010

    Nobody in the audience reacted, accept for two guys on tha back row who sniggered while the chubby , hateful dingbag was speaking her shameless words. Isn't that strange?
    Is everybody afraid?
    Or is everybody of the same opinion?
    It wouldn't surprise me if after years of infiltration the hamassa's catholic teachter isn't the only one in this institute of higher learning who can't tell heroes from villains, good from bad, and peace from war

    Justy listen to the tone of her voice, while speaking to a distinguished guest-speaker many times her senior ànd her superior..
    These people are so disgusting; it is almost as if our lands are under occupation and you just have to tolerate watching your enemies take the floor to spew their outraging comments

    • May 14, 2010

      I too was shocked, absolutely shocked that there was so little reaction from the audience. If had had been sitting next to this woman , my mouth would have dropped open!

      While I am amazed at how people like Anita can gloss over the fact this nazi girl supports rounding up Jews in Israel to save hunting them down (speaks volumes about Anita's moral relativism) I must say I am heartened that more and more people are waking up to the islamic threat to Western civilization. Knowledge about it, about taqiyya, etc is the only weapon we have right now.

  16. May 13, 2010

    Am I banned? I posted and immediately got the message that my comment had been deleted! It was not hateful or rude, was it?

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      May 13, 2010

      If you were banned would you be able to post this comment? I restored the comment that Intense Debate seemed to eat without reason. If you have problems with commenting then please use the contact form to get in touch with me. You'll get a faster response that way.

  17. May 13, 2010

    "This girl is actually my student; I know her to be an intelligent, moral young woman who believes in peace." Did Ms. Bradford catch the part of the young woman's statement about the MSA hosting a "'Hitler Youth' week" and "you should come out to those events"? If so, she apparently would also be supportive of the brown shirts who have disrupted, sometimes violently, talks by Mr. Horowitz and other conservatives. As Bugs would say, "What a maroon."

  18. May 13, 2010

    Next the profess-er will complain that HE was manipulated because he did not get a chance to read the video…

  19. May 13, 2010

    She is part of the reason some college students think the way that they do. I'm glad my children we educated in private schools and universities.

  20. May 13, 2010

    Bright side: The revelation that Socratic dialogue has morphed into "elder manipulation" on our college campuses explains a lot!

  21. May 13, 2010

    WOW that grad student is completely asinine. There is no defense of any answer than "no" when it comes to answering any question about supporting genocide. She is a fool and clearly a tool.

    • May 14, 2010

      I cant help but wonder what the teacher would have to say if I , a white southern Baptist had stood there and said the same moronic statement this nazi girl said , also the muslims were next on hitlers ethinic cleansing list.

  22. May 13, 2010

    Wow. The comments here are as bad as any reactionary redneck site I've every perused for fun.
    First of all, Horowitz comes off like a pompous asshole, and his refusal to answer a simple question exposes the fact that he makes up lies an necessary to support his project. And fawning followers agree.
    I know both those women, and not a single comment above is accurate. Optimistic? Yes. Naive? Only in their hope that you will stop preaching the hatred of which you accuse them

    (The "Hitler Youth" reference, by the way? That's what Horowitz called an otherwise multicultural, multireligious week of events on campus. It's called satire, or signifying, take your pick–but do your homework first)

  23. May 13, 2010

    I know Anita as well, and I am sickened by the character assassinations that you have thrown at her as well as the other student. I find your commentaries to be both a gross distortion of what was said as well as a reflection of your own character.

    So, instead of attacking her, how about you attack me? I don't agree with you and I don't like what you have to say. Call me a fascist, a communist, a terrorist, an anti-Semite, and "intoxicated by social justice." I'm not afraid of you nor your slander.

    • May 13, 2010

      Well then YOU answer Horowitz's question. Will you condemn Hamas?

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      May 13, 2010

      How have I distorted anything that's been said? Jumanah believes the Jews should be exterminated. Anita defends her in making that statement. I point out that this behavior falls into a well-documented historical pattern. You're the one who's unable to rebut the point.

      Why don't you agree with trying to prevent a second holocaust?

    • May 13, 2010

      I wouldn't call you or Anita anything of the sort. I would just call you ignorant, as most of westerners are about Islam. Go look up the term "Taqiyya", and get back to us.

      Then I propose you study Islam. . . not the watered down guided tour, but roll up your sleeves and dig into the hadith and the quran on your own, and see if you can find some things that will make your muslim friends squirm when you ask them. There's a lot about Islam that they would rather you didn't know, that they would disavow if they could. Since Islam derives from an point source that's infallible by definition, they must accept all of it, or reject it. Learn about it, and challenge them to prove they're not being intellectually dishonest if they profess islam.

    • May 13, 2010

      Anita makes clear that she is defending her student here: "I know her to be an intelligent, moral young woman who believes in peace. I do not support any organization that advocates violence against any specific group, nor do I believe that my student would do so." However, Anita utterly ignores what the student actually said, and substitutes her own belief (wish?) as to what is in the student's mind. All we have to go on is the student's words, which are damning. You may want to wish them away too, or distract folks by trolling. Neither is going to happen.

    • May 14, 2010

      You can't be afraid of what does not exist. If anyone leveled those accusations against you, it would not be slander.

      If you're sickened by what's being posted, maybe you should look more honestly at why it's being posted, instead of using the blinkers you usually wear.

    • May 14, 2010

      Okay you facist, communist, terrorist and anti-semite – any I left out?

    • May 14, 2010

      What exactly in the video did you see that would suggest that the plump, and to be extremly kind, niave women, said that would indicate she is anything but a hater? She wants all Jews assembled for their slaughter? If that is true, and it sure seems like what she wants, then…. She is a hater, and wants the extermination of a people. And those, you, who defend her are evil as well. Please read the bible and learn the true religion of peace and love. Muslims are mistaken in thier belief, and homicidal in thier actions… "Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act."
      —Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    • May 14, 2010

      Why is it slander to call someone a name that succinctly describes her beliefs? If I were a National Socialist (NAZI), I would be proud of that fact. If I told you that "I celebrated Hitler Youth Day at my college and I would really like to you attend next time," would it be slander for you to call me a NAZI? Where is your logic? James, please disperse with the platitudes and stop wasting your time trying to defend someone that is full of hate. Her poor decisions and hateful beliefs are now reflected on you. That is sad.

    • May 15, 2010

      I notice that there are no responses from "James" to all the replies.

      Most notably, no condemnation of Hamas, and nothing negative to say about killing off all the Jews.

      So first off, no, we don't do name calling around here — not as a form of debate, anyway. (See the house rules below).

      And so far as attacking you, well, you've made that unnecessary You have shown what you are by your actions and choices. It doesn't need any further figuring out.

      Demonstration always beats description.

  24. May 13, 2010

    How is it that this girl is for genocide and we are the ones spreading hate by condemning her hatred? She is for Jews gathering in Isreal to be slaughtered and Horowitz is the racist?

    Optimistic in what? The death of all Jews?

    You are back asswards!

    I will openly condemn Hamas, Hizballah, those who support it, and those who defend those who support it.

    You, like her, deserve no voice. Hate, terrorism, and geneocide will find no place in my listening ears.

  25. May 13, 2010

    Same question for you as for James. Will you condemn Hamas?

  26. May 13, 2010

    ANY person who supports ANY of the things this student, or her teacher have said is clearly of the same stock as these two murderous imbeciles. Shame on them, and shame on you.

  27. May 13, 2010

    Sure, Islm is a”religion of peace” – That peaceful time AFTER the guns stop firing, the bomb stop exploding. After the fires burn out, the wounded stop wimpering, the babies and children stop crying. After, they have converted everyone to Islam “at the point of a sword” as they are commanded by the tennets of their religion.

    Sure it’s peaceful then…

    Hell, a bird or two might sing…

    But you can be assured that most of us, and those we love and care for will have died horrible deaths.

    Sure, Christianity was not hat innocent way back but we had our Reformation, our awakening.

    Did they?

    This war has little to do with America per se. It has been waged for over 1,500 years and is not going to end anytime soon.

    • May 14, 2010

      Well said, LukeJohn. I think Hitler admired Neville Chamberlain's "Peace in our Time" speech, because he wanted the peace that comes with complete annihilation of one's enemies. I am sure All good lefties want Peace in our time, they just don't understand that they are also part of the great mass of weeds that stands in the way of the mower of peace. Cheers.

  28. May 13, 2010

    Ms Bradford needs to do some research on the concept of Taqiyya.

    • May 13, 2010

      Thanks for your post. I was not aware of Taqiyya. Now, I am more informed and appreciate the information.

  29. May 13, 2010

    Anita Bradford deserves to be excommunicated from the Catholic Church.

    • May 14, 2010

      Immediately.

    • May 14, 2010

      Thank you Calvin, consequences for cardinal sin, the Church has been weak and this young
      woman's spiritual councilor should advise her that she faces damnation for what is in her
      heart and is alienated from God and must change or face permanent loss……….what kind
      of Catholics are roaming Colleges today?

      • May 14, 2010

        The Church should start with some of its' blatantly anti-Catholic priests and nuns then move on to certain politicians before it bothers with idiots like Bradford.

    • May 17, 2010

      Please. The Catholic church has become a punch line to a joke. Sorry, but it has. Let us consider the Priest abuse that was covered up by the church, ol Roger Mahoney(I still cant believe he is still in LA) and his calls to embrace illegal aliens and Obamacare. I, a life long Catholic, have become ashamed to claim this orginization as my own.

  30. May 14, 2010

    It's very telling that she could be "manipulated" into stating that she supports the annihilation of the Jews. I really don't think anyone could ever "manipulate" me into saying something that offensive–I'm just not capable of it, "manipulated" or not.

  31. May 14, 2010

    I hope Anita sues this website for slander…this is appalling .. – FROM A REAL CONSERVATIVE

    • May 14, 2010

      Post your name. What are you afraid of? Not real proud of your beliefs, are you? I find your support of a hate monger appalling. Your lack of courage in posting your name makes you a cowardly friend of a hate monger. Nice. Want to sue me too?

    • May 15, 2010

      Anita participated in a basic human right that the Constituition of the United State of America affords her. Appalling as her beliefs are, as well as her student's, she has the right to voice them here–a privelage she would not enjoy were she to have the world her way. Slander? Or Americans exercising their rights, Anita included? Value what you have, see it rightly, exercise it responsibly, and appreciate our ability to differ in such forums without fear of being jailed, tortutred, or killed . . . or you and I both will lose that right . . . and regret it bitterly.

  32. May 14, 2010

    btw Mr. Swindle …are you attacking catholicism? …we can make that assumption the way you titled your article.

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      May 14, 2010

      No, I'm not attacking Catholicism.

  33. May 14, 2010

    …..i think your last name speaks for itself Mr. Swindle.

  34. May 14, 2010

    Mr. Swindle .i dare you to put up the entire speech

  35. May 14, 2010

    Let's have a closer look at the enablers: the non-Muslims in positions of responsability who make excuses Islam. Without their help, the proliferation of islamist ideas would not be possible. We cannot blame Muslims for advocating the invasive ideology of Islam and all the horrors that go with it , just as we cannot blame a mad dog for foaming at the mouth. The blame should focus on people we pay for our security and who fail us, on educators who brainwash students and on political leaders who look the other way. They are the real traitors of our culture. Expose them, shame them, condemn them!

  36. May 14, 2010

    The saddest thing in the video was that it appeared to me that not one person in the audience rose in defense of Horowitz; that the student actually received some applause for her support of the terrorists of Hamas.

    It is little wonder that the California university system is in trouble. People are starting to realize that over paying for Kumbaya courses that encourage students to believe that every belief system is worthy of respect is nothing more that junk instruction.

    Students are no longer being taught universal values or critical thinking.

    We had better understand, now, that they are here and they aim to convert or kill everyone who does not subscribe to their odious "brand" of "Islam". Non-violent Muslims and the rest of us should thank this student for yet another wake-up call.

    • May 14, 2010

      Reminds you a little of pre-World War II Germany, doesn't it? I cannot believe that anyone would permit someone to make a statement endorsing genocide without a vigorous denunciation.

  37. May 14, 2010

    Ahh yes. Once again, words of wisdom from the professional studyers, who's only destiny is to continue to teach. Follow the link for Bradford and look at the list of grad students and the fields of study. Overwhelmingly it's history of social issues. Of course all this intense study of these areas will never actually benefit society in any way whatsoever. But they'll be good at Jeopardy.

  38. May 14, 2010

    Today there are those who foment hatred to cause division within the U.S. as its easier to conquer a nation if you split it from within. We have those who pay agitators to turn blacks against the whites, the young against the old, the Democrats against the Republicans, the Muslims against Christians, the liberals against the conservatives – these are all "false flags" to get us to turn our peaceful nation into
    anarchy. Beware that we don't fall into their trap.

    • June 2, 2010

      Of all the groups you have mentioned, it is the Muslims that have no need of agitators to turn them against Christians. Any Muslim who is not now a "Radical Muslim" is not yet a true Muslim. As soon as they fully learn their "religion" they too must cry out for our conversion or deaths. You would be as bummed as me watching our severed heads dropping into a trench. I feel a huge global conflict is around the corner and Islam will be at it's head.

  39. May 14, 2010

    I do agree that because of their religious dogma Islam can be a threat to any and all religions & peoples who do not agree with them , and, UNTIL they are willing to admit that their religion, like many others, has (over the centuries) apostacized from what may have been a pure religion to one which appears to worship, NOT the God of goodness and love and light but instead the God of hate, darkness control, and/or extermination — then they cannot expect or demand that the world embrace such dogma and allow it to grow in their midst. If they are unable to condemn murder and maham in the name of Islam or for that matter any other religion – then they have to expect scorn and anger from people who are critical thinkers or common sense orientated.

  40. May 14, 2010

    Yes, No one wants to be a victim. As of now, we haven't heard the Jews screaming for the Muslims to be hunted down, scorned, cast into prisons, torchered, and butchered. Its noteworthy that many Muslims joined with Hitler in that endeavor in World War II. Perhaps we need some sensability classes on campus which teach Muslims how to be more tolerant of those who don't believe as they do and question the true motives of the Muslims in this country And help them to overcome radical religious brainwashing, instead of questioning and denouncing Christians and Jews for questioning the Muslim's
    radical agendas. Who are the ones truly fueling hatred throughout the world??? No one any longer believes that Islam is a peaceful religion.

  41. May 14, 2010

    HITLER YOUTH DAY? Okay, when Jumanah Imad Albahri announced this celebration, why would she be afraid of supporting Hamas? As soon as you identify yourself as a supporter of a Neo-Nazi group, I can guarantee that you are on Homeland Security's watch list (or should be). Saying you support Hamas is hardly a shocker after you celebrate Hitler Youth Day. I think it would be fun in the local MSA charter would invite the Aryan Nations to attend the Hitler Youth Day. I wonder if Ms. Albahari would find it fun if the Aryan Nations took turns beating her up (despite here lovely Hitler Youth Sign). Would Ms. Bradford consider this "constructive dialogue" I wonder? Hitler Youth day, really? What is wrong with you people?

    • May 18, 2010

      Hey idiot. Horowitz called it "Hitler Youth Day." When she says it, that's called irony.

      You make my karma puke.

  42. May 14, 2010

    Look at the clip, the student invites people to attend "Hitler Youth Week" before Horowitz starts his "manipulation". Forget the back and forth about Hamas, she is either stupid, genocidal or both based on her support (and smile) of such an event. Ironically she would have been on a train with Jews, Gypsies, and other "racially inferiors" heading to slave labor and most likely execution if she had been under the dominion of Hitler, her hero.

    • May 18, 2010

      Hey idiot. Horowitz called it "Hitler Youth Day." When she says it, that's called irony.

      You make my karma puke.

  43. May 14, 2010

    Thought you might like to see what the Nazi-girl herself is saying about this:
    http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?t

    Stupid, stupid woman.

  44. May 15, 2010

    There is a meaningful difference between manipulation and trying to get a straight answer.

  45. May 15, 2010

    Nazi-girl obviously was so impressed with her own intelligence she thought she was more than an equal match to take on David Horowitz publicly in mind-to-mind combat. Big mistake….. David led her into her own lair and sucker-punched her. Nice job David.

    • May 16, 2010

      Sucker-punching is the best he can do, as the action would imply.

  46. May 16, 2010

    I have to admit, I was suspicious at first, but it seems that Anita is not so wrong afterall. Check out the girl's response:

    fortruthforjustice.wordpress.com

    • May 17, 2010

      I don't know if she is a Nazi, but based on her response she certainly is at best a fool. Hamas is unmitigated evil and anybody who says otherwise is either a fool themselves, or evil themselves.

  47. April 8, 2011

    Here’s my response to Anita Casavantes Bradford,

    “This girl is actually my student; I know her to be an intelligent, moral young woman who believes in peace”

    Is open support of genocide moral?

    “I do not support any organization that advocates violence against any specific group, nor do I believe that my student would do so”

    She already did.

    “As a peace loving, Catholic teacher, I’m saddened that this speaker–her elder–manipulated the conversation in this fashion to make her look like someone she isn’t”

    I’ve seen the exchange in its entirety and unedited. When David Horowitz was answering her quesiton she began to speak over him and a moment later questioned him again as if he had not already attempted to answer. She was not interested in hearing his answer and her attempt to run roughshod over him backfired when he then responded with a very direct and straightforward question which she answered unequivocally and chillingly, “for it”. There was no manipulation on David Horowitz’ part, your student revealed herself for what she is.

    “out of an egotistical desire to prove his own point”

    Confronting evil is egotistical? He exposed a Muslim radical who supports organizations that openly preach genocide.

    “rather than engaging in a constructive dialogue”

    Again, I watched the exchange. It was your student who was not interested in constructive dialogue.

    “A perfect example of why the peace process is limping foward so painfully.”

    That’s right, its hard to have any “peace process” with people who’s idea of peace is to wipe your people off the face of the earth.

    The question I have for you Anita Casavantes Bradford is this: What are you doing to do about the terrible reality you are confronted with about one of your own students?

  48. May 25, 2011

    The saddest thing about current debates centering around dangerous and genocidal elements in Islam is how easy it is to go from condemning these elements to condemning Mohammed. There were some very cruel and violent men who took over the mantel of Islam after the prophet was poisoned, and they took his messages and shaped them to their intent, then made sure that it was proclaimed that every word was sacred -the surest sign among any religious group that fanaticism and intolerance are coming next.
    That is why the Koran is such a strange mixture of mercy and compulsion to intolerance and violence. Mohammed was illiterate, and like Christ, we have to rely on the version other people have left us of His message. Mohammed venerated Abraham and Moses, as well as Christ and mother Mary, something you don't see much of from contemporary Islam. Think of what you would get if you evaluated Christ by the way "Christian" nations behaved during our most violent eras -in Latin America, in native North America, during the crusades, and it gives you an idea of how little an idea of Mohammed you can get from looking at politicized Islam.

  49. August 5, 2013

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