In a “Racial Equity Academic Symposium” hosted recently by Syracuse University, fired CNN anti-Semite Marc Lamont Hill gave a virtual talk outlining “the history of voter suppression in America and the impact of black voters.”
This came mere days after Hill stated that a goal of the Marxist revolutionary Black Lives Matter movement is “dismantling” the “Zionist project” and “very explicitly embracing BDS” — the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement targeting the state of Israel.
In 2018, CNN fired Hill after his call during an appearance at the United Nations for a “free Palestine from the river to the sea” — a reference to the complete annihilation of the Jewish State.
That same year, Hill favorably invoked the name of convicted terrorist hijacker Leila Khaled during a panel discussion hosted by the U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights.
“To me, ‘Hands Up Don’t Shoot’ was always problematic, because this ain’t [sic] the posture I want to have against a violent state,” said Hill.
Actually, the reason that the “Hands Up Don’t Shoot” slogan is problematic is that it is based on the lie that black thug Michael Brown was pleading for his life when he was shot while attacking a white police officer. As for Hill’s comment that Israel is a violent state: if so-called Palestinians want peace, all they have to do is stop committing acts of terrorism.
“If I’ma [sic] do this, I ain’t [sic] trying to be like this,” added Hill with his hand up. “I’m going Leila Khaled-style, right? But, yeah, yeah, I know, I’m probably fired right now. But, fuck it, might as well get it done then, right? Might as well go all the way.”
Hill, a former professor of “hip hop pedagogy,” is an unabashed supporter of violent, Marxist, Jew-hating revolution at home and abroad. That, of course, is precisely why universities like Syracuse U. give him a platform, while conservative speakers are deemed beyond the pale.