Me thinks anything the Left doesn’t believe is to them a conspiracy theory!
‘A New York University professor is suing several colleagues for alleged defamation in relation to his unpopular views on COVID-19 interventions, including the efficacy of masks and particular treatments.
The private university opened an investigation against Mark Crispin Miller, a tenured professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communications, after 25 faculty called on the department to respond to his “ongoing harm to our students.”
Their letter refers to a September incident in Miller’s class “Mass Persuasion and Propaganda.” A female student, who has since dropped out of the course, accused him of promoting right-wing conspiracy theories about COVID-19, and the department chair quickly responded that MCC was considering “next steps.”
Miller (above) responded by blogging about the dispute, asking readers to sign a petition in favor of his academic freedom. He mentioned NYU communications to his students and a department email urging him to stop teaching the course, and claimed he was acting in self-defense.
The professor told The College Fix that NYU Steinhardt School Dean Jack Knott told him the investigation would conclude by the end of the semester, but gave him no other details.
Miller, who has spent more than 20 years on the NYU faculty, filed a lawsuit in New York State court Nov. 30 after his colleagues did not retract their statements and apologize as he demanded.
He shared several NYU communications with The Fix to illustrate his legal claims. Miller explained in a phone interview that he wasn’t suing any of the junior professors who signed the letter: “Whether they signed it, willingly or not, I’m sure they had no choice.”
According to the suit, Miller’s colleagues intended to “disgrace and humiliate” the professor “under the guise of phony and uninformed political and cultural correctness and orthodoxy.” He’s seeking $750,000 in damages, saying their letter led to loss of professional standing and the worsening of his Lyme disease.
The faculty letter “takes every conceivable opportunity to cast me in a bad light,” Miller told The Fix. He also said in a separate email that the charges from his colleagues are “so false as to seem downright psychotic.”’https://www.thecollegefix.com/professor-defends-teaching-students-to-question-covid-19-propaganda-as-nyu-investigation-continues/
The following is a story from 2017 but still pertinent for today. I don’t know about you but this US election is very strange and even more so than the one in 2016. How in the world did Slippery Creepy wonder where I am Joe get the Democrat nomination? Then all this voter fraud! Well, a friend of mine texted me the other day saying that Trump might be the only President that wasn’t a member of the Illuminati and he asked me if I had ever checked it out? I hadn’t so I did a little checking and the following is only one of many articles I found on the subject. Now, it may or may not be of interest but the Sun UK from which this article is taken is owned by Australian/American Rubert Murdoch. Murdoch is despised at least outwardly by the Australian Left. That’s another avenue that I may follow another time but for now if you feel led to leave a comment on what your thoughts are on the following article please do.
‘Believers in the Illuminati conspiracy think each US president is automatically made a key leader in the secret society – so is Trump a member?
The new president appears to have divided the conspiracists on whether or not he has a relationship with the alleged organisation.
The Illuminati conspiracy theory claims the existence of a secret club that is in control of all governments and cultivates a global leadership called the New World Order (NWO).
There are many variations about details of the group, with more extreme theories claiming it is a satanic cult.
One of the groups that feel Trump is an Illuminati member is The Conspiracy Zone.
The website says he uses hand symbols that prove his allegiance and say the new president is a competent “mind controller”.
The Conspiracy Zone website says: “We know that Trump is a mind control programmer.
“If his ego takes him down a road the globalists don’t want him to go, expect him to receive the same end that came to Kennedy.”
The website members also said JFK was a member of the Illuminati, and was assassinated thanks to defecting or speaking out of line.
They aren’t the only ones to link Trump with the cult.
Last September, Janis and Gregory Kaighn filed a lawsuit against Trump just before he won the election saying: “Donald Trump is ineligible to run for president because he is plainly a member of the New World Order.”
David Icke, who shot to fame as a BBC Grandstand presenter and now hosts conferences on his theories such as the Illuminati conspiracy theory, also agrees with Trump’s affiliation.
He called the group the Hidden Hand, and claims they are reptiles in disguise as humans.
He said: “It is not difficult to manipulate choice if you control what those choices are going to be and the choices were Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
“I think that Trump will be a disaster for those that have put their faith in Trump and they will be disappointed by his time in the White House.”
He also said that it doesn’t matter who is charge ultimately, as the Hidden Hand control the country’s leader.
However, there are conspiracy theorists who think Trump is genuinely an outsider and has gone against the Illuminati when he was selected to be president.
Writer Cory Scarola, however, explored the theory that Trump is fully in charge of the group.
Writing on Inverse.com he said: “Depending on to whom, if anyone, you decide to give credence, Trump is either an Illuminati agent or a New World Order ringleader.
“In either case, conspiracists say his victory in the 2016 election presents a grave threat to the future of American democracy.
“But perhaps more interesting than the theories themselves is the fact that they appear to align in spirit with the feelings many Americans had in the wake of the election: that it was the result of forces we didn’t fully understand until it was too late to reverse them.”
We previously shared how conspiracy theorists claims Donald Trump’s ‘secret’ hand signals ‘prove he’s in the Illuminati’.’https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2669122/is-donald-trump-in-the-illuminati-the-conspiracy-theories-surrounding-the-new-us-president/