Leave a Reply

2 thoughts on “James Tracy Video Update 11/25/2019”

  1. For me it all started with Whacky Wayne’s stand up comic routine. He seemed to be super amused by mass murder. Are we certain that wasn’t Rob Reiner playing the role of ME ? I watched it ten times or so and came to the conclusion they should have rehearsed the roles better. Especially the Police beside Wayne. Their reactions to Wayne’s preposterous rantings were priceless. I really wanted to scribble in “thought bubbles” above their heads. My first one would be ‘I can believe they picked this Bozo for such an important role… my daughter’s play had better actors’… and…’how ridiculous was that?… I wonder what Doris has in mind for dinner?’ and ‘what a crock! I can’t keep a straight face to save my life…’I wonder what Alice is thawing out for supper, we should just drive to that new Red Lobster’. When I showed the press appearance to a friend that’s a software engineer and reasonably bright, he could not discern this banal farce from an actual real event. There’s our problem in a nut shell in exposing the fraud. Did you see the equally bizarre press appearance by the supposed hero of the Stem School Shooting? The mood was a victory lap prep rally, only thing missing was pom-poms and cheerleaders frolicking about. Check out how easily people are driven to laughter instead of the tears that would be appropriate for such an occasion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNQ6c7Th1Y8&t=251s

  2. The entire Sandy Hook Shooting scenario presented from day 1 by the lying media stinks to high heaven. So far as I know all Professor Tracy did was call attention to some of the many anomalies in various contradictory reports. Isn’t this his duty as is the duty of any citizen to question such apparent nonsense as was reported? FAU like most institutions of higher learning in this country receives many millions of dollars in research grants from the federal government don’ t they? I think it is clear now that the Sandy Hook Hoax was clearly a government contrived event to promote bad publicity about possession of guns. The small minded FAU President sought to use all this as weapons against a faculty member Professor Tracy to make him look bad and remove him from the campus. I think it is this simple. In fact the individual who should be fired is this despicable bigot President not Professor Tracy, How about it good citizens of Florida? The wrong person was fired from FAU also due to prejudice by a corrupt Federal Judge. How about reading the seminal book “IBM and the Corruption of Justice in America” by Earl Carey, Bismarck House, St . Louis, 1992? All Mr. Carey wanted was a simple jury trial in his dispute with the Computer Giant. He tried every legal means and every legal means failed! He lists no less than 42 Federal Judges by name and location, who patently violated the rules and law they took a meaningless oath to follow. He even tried to have federal judges arrested by the FBI! This is how bad our so called “Justice System” is in America. So the corrupt federal judge who improperly ruled against Professor Tracy is in good company isn’t she? But just remember this folks: Next time the victim may be YOU! And this goes for every one of the mostly silent 1,000 or so professors at FAU today too. How many faculty or administrators at FAU have read this seminal book by Earl Carey a former engineer with a Master’s Degree who spent four years of his life exposing the corruption of the many lying lawyers who operate our so called “Justice System”? Here is a suggestion: How about returning our institutions of higher learning back to the situation in the early part of the 20th century where they received no federal government money to corrupt them? Frankly the programs were better then, the research was better then and the graduates were better then. All this easy government money does is corrupt our institutions of higher learning as it has obviously done with
    FAU. I hope the Appeals Court will reinstate Professor Tracy pronto.
    Winfield J. Abbe, Ph.D., Physics, UC Riverside, 1966.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *