UC Davis professor Joshua Clover publicly calls for the murder of all police officers.
Maybe he's Malcolm's dad?
Here's his credentials:
These statements were made by Joshua Clover, a professor of English and comparative literature at UC Davis and the focus of our online search. He’s well-known throughout literary circles, his poetry examining latent struggles against capitalism and his latest book explaining the act of rioting from a decidedly Marxist point of view. His work has been featured in The Nation and The New York Times. Clover is also one of three co-founders of Commune Editions, a publisher specializing in anarchist and communist poetry, and a contributing editor for Commune Magazine, a quarterly magazine “found wherever enemies of the current order gather.” He was part of a group of protestors slapped with conspiracy and obstruction of movement charges during a U.S. Bank sit-in on campus in 2012 loosely tied to the Occupy movement.
Nobody lives in more ignorance than people who think without laws and those who enforce them, the world would be a utopia of people living in peace and harmony.
When the writer tried to contact this asshat about his comments, his response was:
“direct any further questions to the family of Michael Brown,”
Ha! You mean the drug dealing low life piece of shit with a mile long rap sheet who had, literally, just committed strong arm robbery and then fought with a cop for his gun? The guy who a witness and the MSM claimed was shot in the back with his hands up, but later the facts came out that he was shot in the front while approaching the officer again, the one he just beat the shit out of, and not obeying commands to stop? People really need to stop citing him as a case of police brutality. There are legitimate examples out there, so citing one that isn't hurts their argument.
Oh, and if you're wondering, this is him:
In a world without cops, he'd be dead the first day.
“Nothing quite brings out the zest for life in a person like the thought of their impending death”
― Jhonen Vasquez, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut