Defamatory Campaign Unleashed As Prof Increasingly Questioned 9/11, “War on Terror”
This is the first of a two-part edition of Real Politik featuring Canadian Professor Anthony Hall, Dr. Kevin Barrett, and Jeremy Rothe-Kushel. The discussion focuses on the targeting of Hall by organized pro-Israeli pressure groups and mass media that led University of Lethbridge administrators to suspend him from his tenured academic post.
Dr. Hall is an accomplished scholar of political economy and globalization studies whose work centers on the history of indigenous North Americans. A faculty member at Lethbridge since the early 1990s.He has taken courageous public stances on geopolitical issues including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 9/11 and the US-led “war on terror.”
This week political cartoonist Ben Garrison returns to the program to discuss the revival of his political visual commentary in the midst of the most tumultuous presidential campaign in recent history. Garrison also discusses his struggle with online trolls over the past several years, the broader war on free speech and political dissent, and how such phenomena are illustrated in the defamatory campaign against Canadian Professor Anthony Hall in October 2016 that led to the academic’s suspension from his university earlier this month.
In a sea of homogeneity Ben Garrison’s trailblazing work offers a truly unique perspective on political and economic concerns. A longtime professional painter and freelance graphic artist, his first cartoons appeared in The San Angelo Standard Times in the early 1980s. Garrison has since been a graphic artist at the The San Antonio Express News and The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
On this edition James speaks with computer programmer, author and deep state mind control subject Matthew Pauly. The Canadian citizen explains how he underwent involuntary interrogation and mind control training at the hands of US and Canadian military intelligence forces. After a long process of intense psychiatric therapy and utilizing his own unusual recall abilities Pauly has emerged to discuss how he was subconsciously programmed to kill, play the part of a crazed Islamic terrorist, and forget his own conditioning.
Mr. Pauly is the author of The Murder of Time: Making and Unmasking a Sleeper. His account resounds with particular clarity in the post-9/11 era, where agencies such as the FBI and Royal Canadian Mounted Police have repeatedly been found manufacturing terrorists, bombers, and active shooter patsies to perpetuate the state of siege zeitgeist and so-called “war on terror.”
James Tracy interviews Colorado-based filmmaker, educator and activist Danny Ledonne, a former media arts professor at Adams State University in Alamosa Colorado whose online exposés of his university’s managerial practices put him in the crosshairs of the school’s top administrators.
After the accomplished filmmaker was glossed over for a tenure-track position in the university’s communications department and subsequently terminated from his adjunct instructor position he made public records requests suggesting the school’s corrupt and non-transparent administrative practices. Ledonne began a blog to publish these, WatchingAdams.org, and encouraged other faculty to leak information that might prompt Adams State toward enacting reforms.
On this edition James is joined by lifelong New England resident and political activist Maureen Crowley, who over the past few years has investigated and publicly questioned the official narrative of the Sandy Hook massacre event. Maureen is perhaps best known for confronting the Newtown Public Safety and Security Commission in March 2015, where she demanded officials interrogate and explain the Sandy Hook shooting’s numerous anomalies. She has also confronted various individuals linked to the event and prodded journalists to truly investigate the official narrative’s numerous inconsistencies.
Maureen Crowley was born in New Britain Connecticut, attended local schools, and graduated from Central Connecticut State University. A community news reporter and piano teacher, around 2004 she began her first of 12 years of letters to the President, as she enclosed an article about children in Voluntown, Connecticut sending coffee to troops in Afghanistan.