ACADEMIC FREEDOM CONFERENCE II: Are there Limits to Inquiry?

A live teleconference August 27, 2016 organized by Jim Fetzer and Stephen Francis featuring Francis A. Boyle, Kevin MacDonald, Preston James, Darrell Hamamoto, Sterling Harwood, Lauren Moret, Nick Kollerstrom

Update 1:20PM ET 8/27: The Google forum exhibited some technical problems for participants so presentations will be recorded separately and uploaded to the Gary King YouTube Channel.

university academic freedomShould faculty be restrained from or even punished for investigating complex and controversial events of enormous political significance?
Each speaker’s presentation will be 45-50 minutes, leaving 10-15 minutes for Q&A after each session, with general discussion at the conclusion at 8:00PM CT.

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ACADEMIC FREEDOM II: Are there limits to inquiry?

9:00 AM-10:AM/CT: Stephen Francis proposed the first Academic Freedom Conference on 26 April 2014, held on the campus of the University of Illinois-UC, where he earned a degree in sociology. He promotes the exercise of critical thinking and unconventional thought.


10:00 AM-11:00 AM/CT: Francis A. Boyle, Ph.D., noted Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois College of Law, earned his A.B. in Political Science from Chicago, J.D. from Harvard Law School and his A.M. and Ph.D. in political Science from Harvard University.

11:00 AM to Noon/CT: “9/11 in the Academic Community”

Noon-1:00 PM/CT: Nick Kollerstrom, Ph.D., an historian of science and the leading expert on the 7/7 London bombings, had his appointment at University College London terminated for undertaking scientific research on World War II that undermines widely-accepted accounts.


1:00-2:00 PM/CT: Leuren Moret earned her B.S. in geology at U.C. Davis and an M.A. in Near Eastern Studies from Berkeley. She completed all but her dissertation for a PhD in geosciences at Davis. She has conducted scientific research in 42 countries.

2:00-3:00 PM/CT: Darrell Hamamoto, Ph.D., Professor of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Davis, has published extensively on the representation of Asian Americans in films and on TV, especially in relation to political issues and freedom of expression.

3:00-4:00 PM/CT: Kevin McDonald, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Cal State-Long Beach (retired), has 8 books on evolutionary theory and has focused on group selection and the significance of different strategies of adaptation and on social and personality development.


4:00-5:00 PM/CT: “False Flags: From 9/11 to Sandy Hook and Beyond”

5:00-6:00 PM/CT: Sterling Harwood, J.D., Ph.D., professor of philosophy and attorney-at-law, has published on the moon landing hoax, Sandy Hook and the Boston bombing, including exposing the role of in misleading the public regarding those events.

6:00-7:00 PM/CT: Preston James, Ph.D., a social psychologist  from a Big Ten University, will address the importance of academic research in an era dominated by propaganda from the mass media, where academicians are failing to expose state-sponsored terrorism.

7:00-8:00 PM/CT: Jim Fetzer, Ph.D., a philosopher of science, has edited a series of books that investigate the moon landing hoax, the atrocities of 9/11, the death of Sen. Paul Wellstone, the FEMA drill at Sandy Hook, the fakery in Boston, and other major state deceptions.

8:00- . . . . : General Discussion including questions from the audience

Those who would like to view the conference LIVE, should send an email to indicating desire to join. You will receive in response a multiple digit code. On 27 August 2016,they should go to and click on the ‘Join a Meeting’ button at the top/right side of the page. Enter the code received. If you have questions, call Stephen Francis at (217) 377-2131.

17 thoughts on “ACADEMIC FREEDOM CONFERENCE II: Are there Limits to Inquiry?”

  1. Dr. Kevin McDonald has written extensively on Jewish evolutionary strategy. I wonder what he thinks of the historical alliance between Jewish extremists like Meir Kahane and the JDL with Joseph Colombo and organized crime. This behavior went back generations, and, Kahane legitimized his groups “work” with the Colombo family with earlier Zionist collaboration of Betar with Mussolini.

    I have spoken to dozens of Americans of European descent who believe, with good reason, that their families were targeted by militant Judaism and organized crime for suspected or known anti-Semitic family beliefs. I believe, based on knowledge and information, that thousands of extended families have been targeted for perceived anti-Semitic leanings across this country. Most of these victims are generational, and a type of vendetta has been waged against their families for decades. This is obviously known to federal authorities, specifically, the organized crime units of the FBI, and, the FBI’s Section 5 Racial Intelligence Division run out of Washington, D.C.

    Given the overlap between the above and the work of Dr. McDonald, I am interested in whether or not Dr. McDonald has any insight into this phenomenon. Given what I know about Jewish persecution of Amalek, grounded in Old Testament and Talmud teachings, and practiced as a “holy mitzvah” I believe that Dr. McDonald’s work has led to some form of insidious militant Jewish attack on his ideas, profession, and, even perhaps his person. I would love to get some feedback from Dr. McDonald.

  2. oh, please bring up this subject! The complete stifling of freedom of speech including non-conspiracy subject matter!:

    KU prof loses job despite being cleared by investigation

    and the fact that faculty – even the tenured ones – are too lethargic or cowardly to support each other, even though their silence contributes to their own (eventual) destruction.

      1. thanks, Ric. Sooo…their webmaster has created a folder for “people”… I wonder if there’s a link somewhere?

  3. Of course there are limits to inquiry. Slaves aren’t allowed to ask to many questions or posit theories outside of what your told is “normal.” Hence the punishment some of you academicians have received. Taking away your ability to earn a living is, after all, a form of punishment.
    I wish Prof. Tracy the best of luck in his court case where he complains to his slave masters about the conditions of his slavery. He’s going to need all the luck he can get.

    Oh, and I think I’ve answered your question thoroughly enough to forestall the need for a conference. But, I’m sure all the Ph.d’s will still want to have one anyways.

    1. Isn’t it pathetic these “leaders” are suddenly becoming hip to the fact that secret societies have enslaved us-I find this kind of information put out by Fox and the rest of the criminals in MSM disingenuous and proof they have been in on this fix from the beginning

  4. Academic Freedom Conference, you guys should invite Stanley Fish, the Davidson-Kahn Distinguished University Professor of Humanities and Law at Florida International University, who famously declared:

    “There’s no such thing as free speech, and it’s a good thing, too. Nowadays the First Amendment is the First Refuge of Scoundrels.”

    As you may know, Fish is the go-to spokesman in the press these days on issues of First Amendment importance.

    Love to see you guys take him down.

    For Fish’s full opining on Free Speech, see:

  5. I think this ties in with today’s conference on academic freedom.


    Four interviews with Danny Sheehan on Gary Null Show:

    *Sheehan teaches at the University of California at Santa Cruz. His most recent course was: :The Alternative Theories of The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

    Long Sheehan bio:

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