Universities Teaching Students To Blow up What?!

(TheRedAlertNews.com) – In a truly maddening revelation of how much Marxists-Communists now dominate US higher education, a new report has found that numerous state universities are teaching and promoting a book called “How to Blow Up Oil Pipelines,” which is a guidebook to “eco-terrorism.”

At least sixteen universities in different states endorse the “How to Blow Up A Pipeline” to their students, an investigation by The Daily Wire has found.

This controversial book, penned by Swedish academic Andreas Malm in 2021, advocates for terrorist actions and the dismantlement of capitalism and accepts that this could claim human lives.

“Demolish them, burn them, blow them up. Let the capitalists who keep investing in the fire know that their properties will be trashed,” Malm writes in the book.

The report has found that several taxpayer-funded universities have repurposed their classes to include readings of only four books, among them Malm’s eco-terrorism handbook and a communist manifesto.

For instance, at the University of California-Berkeley, the curriculum for a Geography & Interactive Biology course included this book.

Instructors Jake Kosek and Paul Fine reoriented what was purportedly a biology course toward “decolonization.” The course syllabus explains the focus on “the scientific practice of modern botanical taxonomy as a colonial formation that conditions our modern relations.”

This trend across the nation suggests a broader endorsement of terrorism by universities, which extends beyond the support for the Islamist terrorist group Hamas observed on numerous campuses, The Wire notes.

The book on blowing up oil pipelines draws inspiration from Palestinian terrorists.

“As part of the mass resistance in the besieged Gaza Strip in the spring of 2018, Palestinians invented techniques for sending kites and helium-inflated condoms carrying incendiary materials across the wall to burn Israeli property,” the author writes.

The US intelligence community has flagged the book as a “developing threat” and a security concern, citing Malm’s encouragement of pipeline sabotage and property destruction.

What is more, twenty-three governmental bodies, including the FBI, have expressed concern that the book’s film adaptation, released in 2023, might incite terrorism.

A New York Times interview exposed Malm’s indifference to the potential for loss of life.

“Sure, if you have a thousand pipeline explosions per year, if it takes on that extreme scale. But we are some distance from that, unfortunately,” the author said.

“I have engaged in as much militant climate activism as I have had access to. I’ve done things that I can’t tell you or that I wouldn’t tell others publicly,” Malm added.