Cowardly Bike Lock Attacker Also Identified At Scene Of 2016 Stabbing In Sacramento
The “professor” currently being sought by police for a particularly cowardly, violent and unprovoked attack which left a man seriously injured at a free speech rally in Berkeley, CA, was reportedly radicalized by an Islamic Scholar, and has also been identified as being present at the scene of a 2016 Sacramento stabbing scene.
Acting as an ANTIFA terrorist, Diablo Valley College professor Eric Clanton wantonly used a metal bike lock, which he threw from point blank range at the head of a free speech activist and Trump supporter, before quickly retreating into the safety of the mass of other ANTIFA Trotskyites, during demonstrations on April 15 in what would come to be known as the “Battle of Berkeley.”
Although Clanton, like all ANTIFA domestic terrorists, attempted to cover up his face so that he could not be identified and held accountable for his crimes, his cowardly assault was caught on videotape and the technical sleuths at /pol/ were able to provide a positive identification. Click Here for further information.
According to a report in medium.com, “Prior to teaching at Diablo, Clanton was a student at San Francisco State University, where he released his thesis in May 2015.” His thesis committee had as its lead professor Muhammad Azadpur, who was a professor of Religion and Philosophy but is infamous for his defense of Islamic terrorism, especially with regard to attacks in the United States and Europe.
He released an essay in 2005 titled “Interpreting Political Violence in Islamic Philosophy,” on the subject of the 9/11 attacks. In it, reports medium.com, “he argued that Al Qaeda’s terrorist attacks of 9/11/2001 did not take place due to Islam or Islamic radicalism, but it was ‘directly proportional to the level of tyrannical manipulations’ of the United States.”
Azadpur is a strong supporter of Obama’s Iranian nuclear deal, which should come as no surprise since he lectures often at the Iranian Institute of Philosophy in Tehran. In addition, he has historically minimized the impact of Muslim migrant terror attacks all across Europe, and argued that the Paris nightclub attacks were justified.
This is the man who Eric Clanton lists in the Acknowledgements section of his thesis for thanks, “Professor Azadpur for his encouragement and for teaching me the esoteric power of virtue ethics and ancient philosophy.” It appears that both of these radicalized professors could use a much greater influence of “virtue ethics.”
Also breaking today was the news that Clanton was present on the scene of a stabbing in Sacramento. What precipitated this outbreak of violence was ANTIFA thugs, who did not have a demonstration permit, attempting to halt, with violence, the lawful demonstration of another group which did have a permit, according to the Los Angeles Times. During this event, ANTIFA also assaulted a journalist from Freedom Daily, but he was still able to videotape Clanton at the scene.
As of this writing, professor Eric Clanton was still on the run from authorities for his cowardly and vicious attacks on peaceful Trump supporters during the Battle of Berkeley.