"What is a bigger threat to world peace: America or ISIS?"

That's the question Campus Reform posed to Harvard University students.

The responses were eye-opening, to say the least, with many students answering that not only is America a greater threat to world peace than radical Islamic terror groups like ISIS, but we're also to blame for those groups in the first place.

"As a Western civilization, we’re to blame for a lot of the problems that we’re facing now," one student said.

"American imperialism and our protection of oil interests in the Middle East are destabilizing the region and allowing groups like ISIS to gain power," another answered.

Campus Reform editor-in-chief Caleb Bonham joined Anna Kooiman on "Fox and Friends Weekend" and explained that there is an alarming trend of college students blaming Western intervention in the Middle East for terror attacks.

"They're trying to appear to be intellectual when they claim that America is a greater threat to world peace," Bonham asserted.

"America is fighting to liberate people, to bring world peace and to fight for justice."

Watch the clip above and see more from Campus Reform's Harvard interviews below.