Professor Anthony Hall, a tenured professor at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada, was recently suspended without pay after an outrageous image was planted on his personal Facebook profile without the professor’s knowledge or consent. Comments, videos, memes, and other images can often be posted by third parties on the personal Facebook profiles of users without their knowledge or consent, which is exactly what happened in this particular case.
The controversial image in question featured an Orthodox Jewish man in a headlock with a lengthy written commentary posted to the side of the image which included a call to “kill all Jews now!” B’nai Brith, a Jewish supremacist organization which operates in Canada and across the Western world to advance Jewish interests as well as silence critics of Israeli brutality and Jewish power, influence, and criminality, launched a massive campaign to expose the outrageous image maliciously posted to professor Hall’s Facebook page, demanding police investigate the matter and that Hall be fired as a professor at the Canadian university. Professor Hall specializes in globalization studies at the university and is a 9/11 skeptic and champion of freedom of thought, speech, and academic inquiry.
Professor Hall has long been a target of organized Jewry and their enforcers of political correctness for his investigations into false flag events, so-called “conspiracy theories” and other controversial events and historical narratives. Along with former professor Kevin Barrett, who years ago was forced out of his teaching position with the University of Wisconsin-Madison for questioning the official government and media promoted conspiracy theory explaining the events of 9/11, professor Hall co-hosts a weekly program called False Flag Weekly News, which “looks behind the headlines and main stream media stories to get at what’s really going on in the world,” according to the shows’ description.
The Lethbridge Police Service conducted an investigation into the malicious image posted to Hall’s Facebook page, which resulted in no criminal charges being filed. The image was quickly removed from Facebook and the user who posted it to Hall’s page had his or her account deleted.
However, the University of Lethbridge, largely at the behest of B’nai Brith, suspended the esteemed professor, a decision which has once again undermined the very institution of academic tenure. Readers of AFP will no doubt recall the trials and tribulations of professor James Tracy, a tenured professor who was fired from Florida Atlantic University largely due to his entirely legitimate and scholarly research into the alleged Sandy Hook elementary shooting, the purported Boston bombing, and other controversial, highly questionable events and narratives.
“It is gratifying to see that the university has taken decisive action, and has chosen to protect their students and their reputation as an institute of higher learning,” Michael Mostyn, the CEO of B’nai Brith Canada, stated following the university’s decision to ax the free-thinking professor.
In response, Hall declared that B’nai Brith has effectively taken control of the University of Lethbridge and that the “organized Zionist lobby” is “breaking down the structural basis for free and open discussion,” particularly on college campuses.
Professor Hall has written a lengthy commentary on his ordeal, which readers of AFP are encouraged to read for themselves. This episode once again demonstrates that the organized Jewish community across the Western world are the leading aggressors against the concepts of free thought, speech and scholarly, independent research and analysis of controversial historical and contemporary narratives and events. The tyranny of the organized Jewish community knows no bounds – they appear to be willing to engage in “false flag”-style operations designed to smear and slander legitimate academics and scholars in an effort to terminate their teaching careers, as this case proves quite clearly.
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