A NEW TWIST IN THE WARD CHURCHILL SAGA: CHURCHILL IS A BAATHIST SYMPATHIZER
Below are excerpts of an article related to Ward Churchill's membership in the American Indian Movement (AIM) and that group's "diplomatic relations" with the Baathist Party of Saddam Hussein. After his ouster from the real AIM, Churchill formed another group he called Colorado AIM but it had no connection or affiliation with the national organization. Churchill used this splinter group he formed as support for his fraudulent claim to be a Native American that he could use to further his career, indoctrinate students and profit from the lecture circuit. Pelican Post has posted documentation of Churchill's use of those claims on promotional items for lectures and articles that evidence his claims of Native American heritage in his writings and his resume. New information comes out every day about Ward Churchill, including the following excellent article which may be read in its entirety through the link below:
"Ward Churchill: Baathist Sympathizer"
Michael P. Tremoglie February 14, 2005
"It should not be a revelation to anyone that University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill would write an essay that claims the murder of 3000 people on 9-11 was the result of American policies towards Iraq. He is a Baathist sympathizer and has been for a long time.
Churchill was a member of the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC). This is the international diplomatic branch of the American Indian Movement (AIM).
The IITC was founded in 1974 by AIM. By 1979, they established diplomatic relations with Saddam Hussein and his Baathist Party. This relationship proved to be profitable for them. The IITC received funds from the Baathists for their campaign to return ownership of the Black Hills of South Dakota to the Lakota tribe....
Churchill was expelled from the IITC in 1986. He was accused of trying to sabotage the negotiations between Iraq and IITC for his own personal gain.... Churchill was also expelled by the national AIM in 1993. He then formed a splinter group - Colorado AIM. This group is not part of the national organization....
Professors like Churchill are not uncommon. Their venom has been reported here and elsewhere. Anti-American, anti-religious, anti-capitalist, anti-military invective is common in academia...." frontpage