Oberlin College respects the rights of its faculty, students, staff and alumni to express their personal views. Acknowledgement of this right does not signal institutional support for, or endorsement of, any specific position. The statements posted on social media by Dr. Joy Karega, assistant professor of rhetoric and composition, are hers alone and do not represent the views of Oberlin College, Krislov wrote on alumni Facebook page.
“These postings are anti-Semitic and abhorrent. We deplore anti-Semitism and all other forms of bigotry. They have no place at Oberlin. These grave issues must be considered expeditiously,” said Clyde S. McGregor, chair of Oberlin’s Board of Trustees in March 2016.
“In the medieval era, Judaism was able to thrive under Islam while it was severely restricted in Catholic Europe. For that reason among others, the Never Forgive/Never Forget crowd will not rest until Europe is ruined and the European nations severely diminished in population. This is not accomplished by its ISIS pawns alone. The Zionist-influenced media promote abortion, contraception, euthanasia and self-hatred, which are all pandemic in Europe and western nations in general. What ISIS kills physically, modernist ideologies of rabbinic or Zionist provenance that have as their premise the rejection of the authentic Gospel of Jesus and the establishment of counterfeits, kill psychologically and spiritually,” Hoffman said.“Murder, rape, child molestation, sodomy, misogyny, magic, idolatry: the Talmud recommends all of these in one form or another. The 1100-pages in this writer’s book, Judaism Discovered, were not enough to contain more than a fragment,” adds Hoffman.