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December 3, 2013
Former Suffolk U. Professor Claims U.S. Plans to Sterilize 'Women of the Entire World'
Munir Akash, a Syrian-born former* visiting professor in the department of world languages and cultural studies at Suffolk University in Boston, claimed in a recent Arabic-language interview with Lebanon's ANB TV that the U.S. government has a secret plan to sterilize women in thirteen Third World countries and even in "the entire world." This marks yet another bizarre assertion made by Akash, who is successfully bringing the Middle East's stultifying culture of conspiracy theories to America. Akash began his October 17, 2013 anti-American invective, made available by MEMRI, by blaming former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger for hatching the sterilization scheme: In 1974, Henry Kissinger proposed a plan to President Ford. . . . "We can't annihilate Communism, but we can annihilate the Communists. How? The more people there are in the world, the more Communists there are. So let us tackle the roots of the problem -- if we kill the poor, there will be no Communists." Akash...(Read Full Post)