Rehmat's World

Robert Jensen: The anti-Israel US professor

Advertisements

 

Dr. Robert William Jensen, 58, is a professor in the school of journalism at the University of Texas at Austin and author of several books. Recently, the Organized Jewry has declared him a threat to his students for teaching them that Judeo-Christian violence against women wouldn’t end unless confronted “the toxic notions about masculinity in patriarchy – rooted in Biblical control, conquest, and aggression.”

Robert Jensen has challenged Capitalism and Christian Orthodoxy over the divine and superpowers of Christ and the Church. For his views he has been called Radical Christian.

Robert Jensen is author of 2007 book, “Getting Off: Pornography and the End of Masculinity”, in which he wrote: “Mirrors can be dangerous, and pornography is a mirror. Pornography as a mirror shows us how men see women.” The book hit the bottom of the Jewish-controlled porn industry.

The Zionist Lobby has renewed its crusade against Robert Jensen for accusing Jews and Christians for the crimes which they had been using to demonize Muslims for decades.

On March 25, 2016, Robert Jensen penned an article, entitled, “How Israel’s Media Propaganda Dominates the American Minds.” Watch video below.

In the conflict over the land of Palestine, Israel’s overpowering military superiority has produced decisive battlefield victories. But just as crucial to Israeli dominance in that region is its supremacy in the US news media,” said Jensen.

Actually, Organized Jewry’s hatred of Robert Jensen is rooted in his criticism of the Zionist entity more than his religious or social views. David Horowitz, America’s top Muslim-hater, and founder of the Talmudic FrontPage Magazine, called Jensen an ‘antisemite’ in his 2006 book, The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America. The others who received the ‘Anti-Israel Medal of Honor’ included Frederic Jameson (Duke University), Alison Jaggar (University of Colorado), James Holstun (State University of New York), Yvonne Haddad (Georgetown University), Melissa Gilbert (Temple University), John Bellamy Foster (University of Oregon), Norman Finkelstein (DePaul University), Ron Karenga (California State University), etc.

David Horowitz accused Robert Jensen of being anti-Iraq War, critical of Israel for invading Gaza and Lebanon, comparing Israeli Army with Nazi Army, questioning official 9/11 story, criticizing Michael Moore’s film Fahrenheit 9/11, believing in White privilege, and like Noam Chomsky believing that America is the greatest terrorist state in the world.

In December 2010, Robert Jensen in an interview with Iranian journalist and author Khourosh Ziabari said: “United States puts up with defiance from Israel that it wouldn’t tolerate from other client states, but we should remember that US policymakers don’t make decisions based on humanitarian grounds. They want to extend and deepen, or at least maintain US power, and those policymakers believe Israel is useful in that regard.”

The United States is a global power in economic decline that continues its attempts to dominate world politics, especially in strategically crucial regions such as the Middle East. Iran is a regional power that attempts to extend its power in the Middle East and Central Asia,” Jensen told Ziabari.

Advertisements