The Realist Report – Dr. Jim Fetzer

Dr Jim Fetzer

On this edition of The Realist Report, we’re joined once again by the one and only Dr. Jim Fetzer. Dr. Fetzer is back to discuss the latest developments with Dr. James Tracy, a former professor at Florida Atlantic University who was fired for his personal blog posts and independent research into the alleged “school shooting” at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. We discuss the current status of academic freedom, free speech, and intellectual inquiry into controversial subjects and narratives of both historical and contemporary events. We also address and elaborate on a variety of concepts and ideas, including media fakery, “conspiracy theories”, and a number of weaponized buzzwords designed to stifle free speech and free intellectual inquiry.

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2 comments

  • Good interview, John. I really enjoyed listening to it.

    I bought Jim’s Sandy Hook book when it first came out a few years ago. I remember trying to leave a positive review for it on Amazon, but they refused to publish it.

    It’s amazing to me that so many otherwise intelligent people still believe the fairy tale known as Sandy Hook.

  • Ya know John, considering the fact that the school had been closed for several years before the claimed event of the shooting, the entire town needed to be complicit in the hoax. It would be interesting to find out who the residents of Sandy Hook are because of possible hollywood connections, and connections to the anti-second amendment movement, ultimately connections to the various Soros organizations.

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