Wednesday, 26 November 2014

"London university bans lecturer who calls Islam a 'filthy' disease"

From the Evening Standard:

A lecturer has been banned from a London university after likening being a Muslim to having a “disease” and dismissed the entire religion as "an inferiority complex".

Prof. Dave Smith, 34, also known as the self-styled Knowledge Man who helps people be academic “superheroes”, was today banned from appearing at the University of East London.

He has blamed “wannabe Arabs” for impulses which should be “suppressed”, such as claiming that homosexuality comes “under the category of obscene and shameless” and their irritating habit of blowing things up and killing and mutilating people.

The university also banned his lecture this week, advertised on Facebook by the faculty, over fears — denied by organisers — that religious segregation could be enforced, after “sane people” and “Arabs” were given separate contact points for tickets.


Ian Hills said...

He'd have been slotted by now if he really had been preaching against islam, probably by the white leftards and feminists of this joke university.

(Fight the Tory cuts! No platform to UKIP!)

Rich Tee said...

"Know that an earring is something that a woman wears… don’t do that, it’s gay.”

A good point well made I think.

Mark Wadsworth said...

IH, probably.

RT, what about pirates? They wore earrings.

Ralph Musgrave said...

British academia just can't stand free speech. See:

In fact Mark Wadsworth's blog should be closed down because almost every post is "offensive" towards someone or other.

Bayard said...

"RT, what about pirates? They wore earrings."

And Gypsies, they wear them too. I'd like to see that preacher bloke explaining to a big gnarly Gypsy why he shouldn't wear earrings.