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.
Robert David Steele joins the program to discuss the political and historical context of false flag terror in the post-9/11, Sandy Hook and now Orlando eras. From vast experience in public service as a CIA case officer he argues how the US government has been long-influenced by forces working decidedly against the American public.
Steele suggests how the efficacy of probable false flag events to influence public policy is aggravated by the American people’s conditioned apathy and often willful ignorance toward public life itself.
Citizen journalist Robin from Honr.info and YouTube channel HowISee the World joins James this week to discuss the Orlando mass shooting event and other related “terrorist” narratives now commonplace in the corporate media terrain.
Robin’s online research and analysis of such poorly-understood incidents suggest how easy it should be for journalists and news organizations to examine the storylines presented by government agencies and spokespersons. Over the past several years he has made dozens of recorded calls to the very official parties whose feet need to be held to the fire, including the FBI and medical personnel, yet who are rarely held to account in any meaningful way by salaried reporters.
Americans today have an almost identical recollection of World War Two as the “good war”, fought by their forebears against cartoonisly evil “Nazis” and “Japs”. Yet how much do we really know about that crucial event and the decades of complex European history preceding it? Why, and for whom, were the twentieth century’s worldwide wars actually waged?
M.S. “Mike” King joins James to discuss his 2015 book The Bad War: The Truth Never Taught About World War 2. Mike is a private investigative journalist, researcher, and political analyst based in the New York City area. A 1987 graduate of Rutgers University, he spent 30 years in marketing and advertising–areas of expertise that have equipped him with a unique perspective when it comes to understanding how “public opinion” on decisive issues and events has been scientifically manufactured for at least a century.
On this edition author, academic and journalist Joanna Williams joins James from the UK to discuss her new work, Academic Freedom in an Age of Conformity: Confronting the Fear of Knowledge (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). The volume provides a carefully researched historical examination of the highly politicized anti-free speech movements that have developed at university campuses on both sides of the Atlantic.
Joanna Williams is the education editor of Spiked Online and was recently profiled in the Times Higher Education. She began her career teaching English in secondary schools and Further Education. For close to a decade she was a lecturer in Higher Education and Academic Practice at the University of Kent. Joanna is also the author of Consuming Higher Education Why Learning Can’t Be Bought (Bloomsbury, 2012).
Today there is considerable justified alarm concerning the dangers vaccines pose to human health. Yet there are few alternatives offered to the conventional vaccination schedule. On this episode Minnesota-based author and homeopathic physician Dr. Cilla Whatcott returns to speak with James on the contemporary wide scale international acceptance of homeoprophylaxis–or homeopathic vaccination–in countries including the United Kingdom, India, Brazil, and Cuba.
Homeoprophylaxis is a safe and natural alternative to conventional vaccination. As the recent controversy surrounding the feature-length documentary Vaxxed suggests, the broader public and even mainstream medical doctors are becoming increasingly alarmed at the probable dangers posed by conventional vaccination.
Cilla is also co-organizing the second annual Homeoprophylaxis Conference 2016, to take place in St. Petersburg, Florida on October 7-9. The event will include numerous noteworthy homeopathic researchers and practitioners.
Independent artist, author and journalist Bernie Suarez joins the program to discuss the history and modern dynamics of mass media and propaganda as they relate to government intrigue. James and Bernie also consider how corporate news media function as essentially public relations conduits to present unusual occurrences such as 9/11 and many recent mass shooting events absent any real journalistic
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On this week’s edition of Real Politik public intellectual and academic iconoclast Darrell Hamamoto joins James to address an array of issues including the foundation-funded identity politics movement characterizing US college campuses in 2016. Hamamoto’s incisive socio-political research and commentary revealing the machinations of the modern power elite and knowledge machine have made him a significant force for meaningful awareness and change. Such efforts have been met with major resistance by his university employer and the larger forces governing today’s philanthropic and federally-dependent academic institutions.
Tom Slater of Spiked UK joins James on this week’s Real Politik to discuss the war against free expression being waged on college campuses across the West by today’s self-appointed emissaries of political correctness. In stark contrast from the 1960s, when college students at UC Berkeley and elsewhere forged paths toward intellectual and personal autonomy while vigorously defending all forms of speech, many faculty and students today seek to be shielded from virtually anything they deem threatening or hurtful.
Stemming from the backdropof now common anti-Enlightenment precepts that characterize much of the humanities, the crusade for political correctness reaches from scholarly publications and the seminar room to government-mandated efforts policing behavior and intimate relations.
Renowned artist Doug Auld joins James on this edition to discuss the social and political dimensions of his life’s work. Auld’s most recent and controversial collection, Those Who Blew the Whistle(2016), consists of 50 unique portraits of “people willing to bring upon themselves enormous controversy and upheaval for seemingly little to no reward.”
Auld’s creations often focus on human forms and subject matter that have been overlooked or shunned by the broader society. Perhaps most notable among these is the acclaimed three-year project culminating in State of Grace(2005), which consists of ten large scale portraits of adolescent burn survivors. The collection received international recognition in the New York Times and Washington Post, and was also featured in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC.