Free speech is being ASSAULTED at our libraries and universities!

Bring up the Israeli connection to 9/11 in our universities or libraries and you may be ASSAULTED!
Bring up the Israeli connection to 9/11 in our universities or libraries and you may be ASSAULTED!
Bring up the Israeli connection to 9/11 in our universities or libraries and you may be ASSAULTED!

Watch this week’s False Flag Weekly News (embedded above – click here for links to the stories) for breaking news – presented by free speech heroes Tony Hall and Jeremy Rothe-Kushel – about the twin assaults on free speech at the University of Lethbridge and the Kansas City Public Library.

By Kevin BarrettVT Editor

Two of the Islamic world’s greatest gifts to the West are the library and the university.

Libraries brimming with books featuring a wide variety of contrasting and clashing viewpoints were a notable feature of such classical Islamic cities as Abbasid Baghdad and neo-Ummayid Cordoba. During the reign of Hakam II, Cordoba featured 70 public libraries, and its calligraphers cranked out 6,000 books per year – at a time when Christian  Europe’s largest library had only 600 books, all vetted for orthodoxy. Virtually the entire Western intellectual endowment filtered in from the Islamic world, primarily from Islamic Spain; and the  free exchange of diverse viewpoints under Islam’s religiously pluralistic civilization became the model for the religious tolerance that finally arrived in the West with the Enlightenment more than 1000 years later.

The university, like the library, comes from Islam. The world’s first university (and oldest continuously-operating university), The University of al-Qarawiyyin, was founded by a Muslim woman, Fatima al-Fihri, in 859 in Fez, Morocco. Islam’s waqf system of pious endowments helped the university concept take root and spread through the Muslim world. Eventually it arrived in Christian Europe and gradually mutated into the form we know today.

Ironically, the Zionist-Crusading leaders of the West, under the banner of the 9/11-inspired slogan “they hate our freedom,” are now crushing the very freedom they pretend to defend. Even more ironically, they are doing so in our two greatest institutions of freedom, the library the the university. And most ironically of all, the views they are ruthlessly assaulting and suppressing are those held by the majority of Muslims worldwide.

Millions of Muslims have been murdered by the so-called “war on terror.” What do the world’s remaining 1.8 billion Muslims think about that? Don’t ask! You might get assaulted, arrested, or fired from your job.

At the University of Lethbridge, a tenured professor, Anthony Hall, has been targeted for voicing views that echo those of the worldwide Muslim majority. Meanwhile, at the Kansas City Public Library, a brave young Jewish man, Jeremy Rothe-Kushel (and Library Events Director Steve Woolfolk) have suffered physical and then legal assault for asking Israeli agent Dennis Ross the kind of question that most Muslims would also ask if they could find the occasion and courage to do so.

Both Anthony Hall and Jeremy Rothe-Kushel have been targeted because they suspect that Israel and its agents had a hand in orchestrating 9/11, and would like to see the question freely aired, debated, and settled. So would pretty much all of the world’s Muslims.

Libraries and universities – the two main places for the free exchange of ideas – would be ideal places for the discussion of books like David Ray Griffin’s magisterial twelve-volume critique of the official story, Christopher Bollyn’s two volumes on Israeli involvement, and my own False Flag Trilogy, which offers evidence of Israeli involvement in recent false flag 9/11-follow-up operations.

Why is the government of Israel, and its North American front organizations, so desperate to keep any discussion of the Israeli role in 9/11 out of our libraries and universities? If there were no evidence to support the thesis that Israel had a hand in 9/11, they should be eager to prove their case in a free and fair debate, and lay all suspicions to rest.

Instead, the Israeli government and its agents orchestrate criminal assaults on those members of our library and university communities who ask the hard questions. Apparently they think the only way to stop  the spread of the message is to lynch the messenger.

At the Kansas City Public Library, Jeremy Rothe-Kushel was physically assaulted by an apparent agent of Israel playing the role of  “private security officer.” Rothe-Kushel’s crime was to participate in a Q&A after a talk by another apparent Israeli agent, Dennis Ross, and ask about Israeli involvement in 9/11.

At the University of Lethbridge, another Israeli government front group, the B’nai Brith, is working overtime to try to get tenured professor Anthony Hall fired for raising questions it doesn’t like, starting with the the question of Israeli involvement in 9/11.

The B’nai Brith, along with its apparent co-conspirator Joshua Goldberg, seem to be behind the manufacture and placement of an outrageously offensive “kill all Jews” image that was surreptitiously planted as an obscure comment on Professor Hall’s Facebook page. After the planting of the offending image, the B’nai Brith orchestrated a scandal in which Hall, who had no knowledge whatsoever of the image, was falsely blamed, and his good name and reputation unjustly besmirched.

Like the Israeli government agents’ assault on Jeremy Rothe-Kushel, their libelous attack on Tony Hall could also be characterized as criminal assault…in this case on Hall’s reputation and livelihood.

Neither Jeremy Rothe-Kushel nor Tony Hall is Muslim. But both are under assault for expressing views that are commonplace, indeed majoritarian, in the Muslim community.

Are Western universities and libraries going to ban all Muslims from their premises? Are they going to ban all books, films, and other media that present Muslim-majority views of topical issues, especially the “war on terror”?

Somebody around here “hates our freedom,” and it isn’t Muslims.

Fortunately, a few brave individuals love freedom enough to use it and defend it. The whole world owes a debt of gratitude to Jeremy Rothe-Kushel and Tony Hall for asking the hard questions and having the guts to stand their ground.


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