Yeah, this idiot Jason Jorjani is teaching college students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
NEWARK, NJ – A college lecturer that was until recently the president of a neo-Fascist publishing company and a partner of Richard Spencer and Daniel Friburg in forming the Altright Corporation, is coming under fire for recent remarks where he envisioned a Europe free of people of color by the year 2050 and how it will end with concentration camps and expulsion of minorities.
According to news reports, Jason Reza Jorjani, the Iranian-American onetime Editor-In-Chief of Arktos Media, which is referred to on altright.com as the “biggest publisher of traditionalist, conservative, nationalist, identitarian and overall alt-right literature in the World,” was recorded by Patrik Hermansson, an undercover reporter from Sweden, discussing his vision for Europe in the future. “It’s gonna end with the expulsion of the majority of the migrants, including [Muslim] citizens,” Jorjani told Hermansson in a video published by the New York Times during a meeting at a pub in New York City. “It’s gonna end with concentration camps and expulsions and war at the cost of a few hundred million people.”
“We will have a Europe, in 2050, where the bank notes have Adolf Hitler, Napoleon Bonaparte, Alexander the Great,” he continued. “And Hitler will be seen like that: like Napoleon, like Alexander, not like some weird monster who is unique in his own category — no, he is just going to be seen as a great European leader.”
Jorjani is a lecturer in the Humanities Dept. at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), but has been making a name for himself in neo-Fascist circles, not just taking the head position at Arktos, but also starting the Altright Corporation earlier this year with National Policy Institute President Richard Spencer and Swedish mining executive Daniel Friburg which was established to foster cooperation and coordination among so-called “alt-right” groups around the world. In August however, just after the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA, Jorjani announced his resignation from both Arktos and the Altright Corporation to focus on another organization he has founded called Jebheyé Irângarâyân, which is Persian for Iranist Front, which he hopes to serve as a vehicle for a neo-Fascist movement in Iran. Jorjani did not attend the Aug. 12 rally in Charlottesville because he was in Los Angeles shaping his new organization.
Matthew Goldman, the Chief Strategy Officer at NJIT, told One People’s Project that Jorjani has indeed been working as a lecturer this fall, but his latest remarks have caused some concern. “NJIT is a university that embraces diversity and sees it as a source of strength,” Goldman said in a statement. “The statements made by Mr. Jorjani in a video recently published by The New York Times are repugnant and antithetical to our institution’s core values. We presently are conducting a review of this matter and will provide additional information as soon as that review is complete.”
In a statement, Jorjani says that his words in the video were taken out of context and it was “ deceptively edited to make it appear as if I am advocating genocidal extreme right-wing policies.”