Are there Limits to Inquiry?

Should faculty be restrained from or even punished for investigating complex and controversial events of enormous political significance?

Jim Fetzer and Stephen Francis are very pleased to present:

Academic Freedom Conference (Taped Saturday, 27-28 August 2016)



AFC II: Introduction: James H. Fetzer


AFC II: Session 1: 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

also from Harvard University.

AFC II Session 2: 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.


AFC II Session 3: What happened to “9/11 in the Academic Community”?

AFC II Session 4: 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.


AFC II Session 5: 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.


AFC II Session 6: Darrell Hamamoto, Ph.D., Professor of Asian

American Studies at the University of California, David, has published

extensively on the representation of Asian Americans in films and on

TV, especially in relation to political issues and freedom of expression.


AFC II Session 7: 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.


AFC II Session 8: “False Flags: From 9/11 to Sandy Hook and Beyond”


AFC II Session 9: 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.


AFC II Session 10: 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.

Jim Fetzer,
a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

5 thoughts on “ACADEMIC FREEDOM CONFERENCE II Video Proceedings”

  1. Apparently there is no evidence linking Voltaire to the quote given above: “To learn who rules over you …”

    This seems to be the consensus of opinions turned up by Google. If someone has reason to think otherwise, let me know.

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