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Diane Sare Issues Challenge to Columbia University

U.S. Senate candidate in New York Diane Sare issued the following statement today, seeking for Columbia University to remove Hillary Clinton from her position with the university.

Columbia University: Stop Promoting Hate (and War Crimes), Expel Hillary!

As an independent candidate for the seat in the United States Senate once occupied by Hillary Rodham Clinton, I hereby call on President Emeritus of Columbia University Lee C. Bollinger to reconsider and then revoke his January 5, 2023 announcement of Secretary Clinton’s appointments as Professor of Practice at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and Presidential Fellow at Columbia World Projects (CWP).

I am aware that Mr. Bollinger has a checkered past, including relations with institutions like the former “Washington Post Fund,” the Council on Foreign Relations, and the New York Federal Reserve, which have each advocated for genocidal wars of aggression or other genocidal policies, but appointing the public figure, other than Madeleine Albright, most closely resembling Shakespeare’s Lady Macbeth to tutor young aspiring world leaders is really “a bridge too far.”

Under Columbia graduate President Barack “Faustus” Obama, against the recommendation of American statesman Lyndon LaRouche, Senator Hillary Clinton sold her soul to the Anglo-American intelligence apparatus, leaving her seat in the U.S. Senate to become Secretary of State, in what she ambitiously, but mistakenly believed was a vetting procedure for her ascension to the Presidency.

That Columbia University not only appointed Secretary Clinton, celebrant of the murder of Muammar Qaddafi (can anyone forget her blood-curdling giggle in the October 20, 2011 CBS interview, “we came, we saw, he died,"• after Qaddafi was raped and tortured to death in the streets of Sirte, Libya), but has now banned student groups like Jewish Voice for Peace and Students for Justice in Palestine, because they advocated for a “ceasefire” in Gaza, raises serious questions about the university’s self-proclaimed commitment to the “public good.”

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