“It’s Not Immoral for One Human to Own Another Human”: GEORGETOWN PROFESSOR Defends Slavery And Rape! UNBELIEVABLE!

by Pamela Williams
We know that most Professors seem to be Liberals, so we are used to hearing what they teach. However, the following crosses the line in so many ways. We need to know what our college students are being taught. I made the statement today to my husband: “We are in so much trouble in our society right now, but think about what it will be like when the next generation takes over.” In saying that, I want to explain myself. The effect we will be seeing when the next generation takes over is what this generation has taught them. The following statements I am making hopefully will not offend any of you, but I am observing the Liberals who have taken over in our society. I am observing how they are rioting, working against President Trump, refusing to accept the people’s vote, and an issue I have been researching is rampant child abuse. Unfortunately, the young people living within the present society are being led astray by the rampant evils that exist in this world here and now. We have to do what we can to touch each child in a positive way, for every small action has an effect even if we do not realize it.
1. This comes from the account of Umar Lee, a Muslim student who was offended by how far Jonathan Brown went in defending slavery and rape.
2. In the era of the campus trigger warning, rape culture and renaming buildings named after slave owners, Brown offered a spirited defense of slavery and rape.

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“Consent isn’t necessary for lawful sex” said Professor Jonathan Brown of Georgetown University.”

Wow, that statement is just what our young people need to hear from a so-called college professor. He goes on to say, “consent is a modern Western concept and only recently had come to be seen as necessary.” (perhaps around the time feminism began to take root and women decided they wanted autonomy over their bodies). Brown went on to elaborate, ” consent wasn’t necessary to moral and ethical sex and that the morality of sex is dependent on the lawfulness of the sex-partner and not consent upholding the verdict that marital-rape is an invalid concept in Islam.”
He went on to say in his lecture: “It’s not immoral for one human to own another human” Brown stated in his clearest defense of slavery. Brown went onto state that being an employee is basically the same as being a slave…”
On Brown’s Facebook, it can be read: “it’s not possible to say that slavery is inherently absolutely categorically immoral in all times and places since it was allowed by the Quran and the Prophet”
Muslim student, Umar Lee, was upset and went on to record another quote from Brown’s Facebook: “Slave women do not have agency over their sexual access, so their owner can have sex with them.”
Brown’s problem here is obvious. If Mohammed allowed slavery, it can’t be wrong. The same goes for rape. He has to find a way to justify an Islamic practice by attacking our value system. In my opinion, as I am writing this, he is actually doing the West a favor by revealing the true evil of Islam. I do not mean to offend anyone, but if this is what Mohammed taught, he was evil…bottom line.

(Bonus points for spotting which global symbol of Islamist oppression and hate is being used by Brown in this screenshot.)
Further said by Brown: ” Slave rape’ is a tough term to decipher from a Shariah perspective. A male owner of a female slave has the right to sexual access to her. Though he could not physically harm her without potentially being held legally accountable if she complained, her ‘consent’ would be meaningless since she is his slave.”
He ended his lecture by questioning if any of us are truly autonomous:
“And this obsession with thinking of slavery as property it’s [unintelligible]. I think that’s actually a really … odd … and … and … and unhelpful way to think about slavery, and it kind of gets you locked in this … way of thinking where, if you talk about ownership and people … that you’ve already transgressed some moral boundary that you can’t come back from. But I don’t think that’s true at all. Uh, [unintelligible] I’m trying to think about what slavery actually means, and to show that it doesn’t really … the term doesn’t really mean anything. Uh, that it … it that there’s … so many different phenomena that we would lump under this”
” So … the idea of someone who is a by-definition non-consensual sexual actor in the sense that they have been entered into a sexual relationship … in a position of servitude. That’s … sort of … ab initio wrong. The way I would respond to that is to say that … as … I mean this is just a fact. This isn’t a judgment, this is a fact, okay? For most of human history, human beings have not thought of consent as the essential feature of moral … of morally correct sexual activity. And second … we fetishize the idea of autonomy, to the extent that we forget … again, who’s really free? Are we really autonomous people? And what does autonomy mean?”
Wow, who is really free? Most of us are free to make choices in our lives, but according to Brown’s lecture women are certainly not free to say, “no”. We knew that Islam oppresses women…we knew that, but we did not expect a professor from the West to so bluntly declare that none of us are really free, so just go ahead and condone human trafficking and rape. Is that not what he is saying? The topic I have been painfully researching: human trafficking…basically slavery…is perfectly fine with Professor Brown. AND a woman does not have the right to say, “no”, or a man has the right to override that “no” and go ahead and rape her. Am I getting this right? If I am confused, please feel free to correct me.
I will not say to please anyone that I can understand or condone Islam, and I would always be open to debate anyone who does. That is their choice, and it is my choice to not condone it. Liberals are truly destroying the society we live in by simply having no morals to uphold it. One has to have a compassion and divinity inside them to guide their path. We have to have an inner compass that points to God/Creator/Source…a higher being who loves us. Even though society does not express enough love to warm us, a belief in a higher power does. That leads humanity toward the hope of salvation even when walking through hell on earth, and believe me…many are walking through hell right now.
Liberals want to perpetuate that hell to produce chaos and pain. It could be they are innately evil, as they themselves have never known anything else, or they truly want to divide and conquer….to kill those who do not join them in their evil acts, which they do not plan on stopping. No one can truly understand another, as we cannot walk in their footsteps. But I do know right from wrong, good from evil, and I have made my choice of which path I walk. It grieves me to know that many young people are in the process of making choices right now, and teachers are the most influential of all. Professor Brown is making the world a more dangerous place for those seeking to do no harm.
The following video explains Islam in a way a layman can understand.


32 thoughts on ““It’s Not Immoral for One Human to Own Another Human”: GEORGETOWN PROFESSOR Defends Slavery And Rape! UNBELIEVABLE!”

  1. I urge all women to take karate lessons. You are right that Islam is evil. All non-citizen Muslims should be deported, all US-sponsored wars in the Middle East must end, and we should have nothing more to do with these crazed, violent people.

    • Brown and G.U. have lost their moral compass in a fog of White Male Exceptionalism
      that gives moral validity to the ‘might makes right’ thesis in males-female interaction.
      He’s missed the whole point of why people form societies and relationships.

      • If so then why do so many Muslims rape and enslave women, to this day? Why do Muslims commit 99% of all terrorist acts and murder Jews/infidels? Because the Koran says so, and not in a historical sense. The Koran is a call for jihad here and now. Islam means submission.

    • Karate won’t work in a legal system where the oppressor has all the cards, and self-defense becomes a crime. Violent self-defense only works if the state you’re in already sees your oppressor as a criminal.
      The first step is to make sure one lives (or continues to live) under a legal regime where self defence is allowed in the first place.

      • Yes and no about karate. Yes, it only works in places like the U.S., which is what I had in mind. It might not work at all in a Sharia Law country. On the “no” side, knowing karate does not necessarily mean violent self-defense. Karate teaches attitude. It teaches mastery. It teaches confidence. A woman who knows karate can ward off attack without having to actually use physical self-defense moves. This is partly by the authority she projects. It arouses fear in men, who don’t understand its origin. Avoiding rape is as much a game of psychology as anything else.

  2. Well, the professor clearly is a crank or kook, but he sadly is matched by the writer of this piece.
    “We know that most Professors seem to be Liberals”
    Just how would you possibly know that?
    You did a nationwide survey?
    Does the author even know what a liberal is?
    It seems to me that she certainly does not know.
    This is just one more sad piece of junk writing which boils down to declaring liberals are just horrible creatures, beneath contempt.
    In other words, just name-calling, the same as some graffiti spray-painted on a wall.

    • First of all Chucky, I stand by what I said. I would not expect a Liberal to agree with me, or anyone for that matter. I write what I think and feel about a topic. If you do not like my style, then please skip my articles. I prefer that you do, and so sorry Hillary did not win. You must be devestated.

    • I would agree the writer of this piece could have improved the article with more evidence of Brown being a leftist. He is clearly an Islamist and clearly trying to defend the indefensible, but the article does not present enough evidence to know whether he is a leftist. However, we do have to ask why other leftists on the campus are fine with his flimsy arguments defending rape, arguments they would never tolerate from anyone other than an Islamist. So the article does illustrate leftist hypocrisy.
      Most self-proclaimed “liberals” don’t know what a liberal is, so the word can be used sarcastically. That is why I just call them leftists, people who identify with one side of a false dichotomy in order to be part of a group.
      Meanwhile saying that the writer of the article matches someone defending rape and slavery just because she didn’t provide enough evidence is also moronic. She did give citations where needed to document his problematic words, that would otherwise be covered up. In this case, the accusation of name-calling is ironically…name-calling. She still provided more evidence than your post did.

  3. Unfortunately, it’s not a crime to encourage or enable blind hatred of certain groups of people. Be very careful of who or what you chose to hate, as those choices may contain further moral traps which constrain your free-will. You can learn a lot about a group by studying who it is, and is not, allowed to hate. There are forces at play who benefit when every definable group is at another group’s throat, forever. If you must choose to hate someone, hate the polariser, the one who seeks to create conflict, or circumstances which breed conflict, where none existed before.
    There is a whitehouse petition to arrest one key polariser right now, but they are not the only one to be wary of.
    Conflict can easily be created whole-cloth simply by forcing the integration of mutually incompatible systems of belief or morality.
    At the same time, it appears there is at least one person with a tenuous grip on reality in the article above, and at least one would-be polariser.

    • In a world that is so close to the edge, one cannot sit on the fence. One must choose sides, and I have chosen mine. There is no hate involved on my part, just common sense. In my opinion, one side has no tolerance or do they respect Conservative voters. The other side is praying to God for help in dealing with a decaying society that is a Liberal creation. I want to point out that when Obama became President, Conservatives accepted and respected that. However, now that President Trump was voted in by Conservative voters, Liberals are plotting against our President. That pretty much explains my viewpoint.

  4. “Brown went onto state that being an employee is basically the same as being a slave…”
    Brown is repeating one of the most common leftist canards, without recognizing the most basic difference that an employee can quit, a slave cannot. He also does not show any recognition here, and quite likely does not know, that the real slavery in modern society is universal for both employees AND employers, which is the slavery of debt-based fiat money created by central banking. No one who has any contact with money can escape that slavery, as the accumulated interest is 35% to 45% of every price.

  5. The Koran is just a plagiarized version of the Bible with the obvious similarities reminding us how ignorant and close-minded its adherents really are. These people are to be laughed at, at best and dispatched at worst. I regard this professor the same way.

    • Liberals have few morals; therefore, they can stomach about anything. Education is God to Liberals, so they tend to look at less educated human beings as less than. In fact, some people are in the genius category, but have never graduated from college. Albert Einstein had a learning disability, but he was a genius. I am sure that the snobs he had to deal with were Liberals.

  6. I’m john esposito, chair of this fine department at georgetown, benefactor of tens of millions of saudi arabian money to indoctrinate (read lie) to our yutes about islam and I approve this message.

  7. Brown’s views, as presented here, are very old-fashioned conservatism. Quite the opposite of liberalism. Time for you to stop using “liberal” as a term for everything you don’t like.


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