Wikipedia: James H. Fetzer (April 2014)

Wikipedia James H. Fetzer [Editor’s note: This was my Wiki entry up until mid-April 2014, when I organized and moderated a conference on Academic Freedom: Are there limits to inquiry? JFK 9/11 and the Holocaust, where it was gutted, apparently  as punishment for challenging the “official narrative” of WWII, about which I subsequently published, “The Holocaust Narrative: Politics trumps Science”. I have just discovered that it archived on a site for Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias. I thought it was lost forever.] James H. Fetzer James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940 in Pasadena, California) is an American philosopher, professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth,[1] and a well–known conspiracy theorist.[2][3][4]  He has written on the philosophy of science and on the theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science. Two of his most recent books were on the evolution of intelligence and philosophical aspects of “the Christian Right‘s crusade against science“. He is also an advocate of the 9/11 conspiracy[5] and John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories. He has published three collections of studies on the death of JFK, co–authored another on the plane crash that took the life of Senator Paul Wellstone, and edited the first book from Scholars for 9/11 Truth, an organization he founded. Fetzer makes frequent appearances on radio and television. Contents 1 Biography 2 Works 3 Controversial views 3.1 Assassination of John F. Kennedy 3.2 September 11, 2001 attacks…

Princeton University faculty seek to establish racial thought police & punish insufficiently diverse disciplines

RT Professors at prestigious Princeton University have assailed the school for its alleged “anti-Black racism,” issuing a lengthy list of demands including bribing departments to hire minorities (and punishing those that don’t). Over 350 Princeton faculty members have signed on to an open letter demanding the university prioritize the fight against “anti-Black racism,” which the writers insist “has a visible bearing upon Princeton’s campus makeup and its hiring practices.” Members of every department of the Ivy League school except Chemical and Biological Engineering and Operations Research and Financial Engineering have…