October 9, 2016
Yuck. Who the hell designed this building?
There goes the only chance of learning something valuable in a Canadian university.
Canadian university has suspended a professor for promoting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and denying the Holocaust.
The University of Lethbridge in Alberta announced late Wednesday that Anthony Hall has been suspended without pay pending the outcome of an internal investigation into possible violations of Canada’s Human Rights Act. The statement said Hall “has been removed from contact with students.”
You wouldn’t want these students to be exposed to “wrong-think,” now, would you?
Holocaust heretics must burn!
It’s good to know that the professor was treated as guilty until proven innocent by this “investigation.” It’s one thing to presume innocence in crimes like murders or rapes, but when it comes to saying unpopular things in podcasts, you can never be too careful.
Hall, a tenured professor of liberal education and globalization studies, has taught for 26 years and has a long history of promoting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
B’nai Brith Canada last month called on the university to fire him “for using his academic credentials to deny the Holocaust and promote 9/11 conspiracy theories.”
B’nai Brith is the Canadian branch of the ADL, those champions of justice, liberty and fair-play.
Yeah, they totally did, actually.
Following a complaint from B’nai Brith, local police declined to lay hate crimes charges against Hall for an anti-Semitic post on his Facebook page. Police said a third party had posted the material.
“So what if this goy didn’t post the material himself? Can’t you see he’s a Nazi? Just lock him up, already! We’ll find a reason later!”
Thanks, Jews, for protecting our kids against such dangerous people.
Hours after the university’s decision to suspend him, Hall posted a video to YouTube in which he lashed out at B’nai Brith, saying the group “has essentially taken control of my university’s administration.”
Hall co-hosts a YouTube show called “False Flag Weekly News,” which promotes theories that Jews and Zionists have been behind a series of “false flag” terror events, beginning with the 9/11 attacks in 2001. He has also appeared on a YouTube video that supports “open debate” on the Holocaust.
Shut-it-down mode: activated.
If you’re in any place but the USA, you better make sure your internet activity can’t be traced back to you, or else, you better brace yourself for the Jew’s persecution.