Tuesday, January 17, 2017

University of Lethbridge goes to human rights commission over prof accused of anti-Semitism

The University of Lethbridge says it is lodging a complaint with the Alberta Human Rights Commission about a longtime professor accused of espousing anti-Semitic views.

Anthony Hall was suspended without pay in October following comments he made in online articles and videos suggesting there was a Zionist connection to the 9/11 attacks and that the events of the Holocaust should be up for debate.

The university says its board of governors reviewed whether a complaint was warranted and justifiable.

"From the findings of that assessment, the board has decided to proceed with a complaint to the Alberta Human Rights Commission against Dr. Hall for publishing statements, alone and in collaboration with others, that could be considered hateful, contemptuous and discriminatory," it said in a statement Monday.  (more...)

Hmmmm... a nativist neo-pagan? That's the alt-right alright. Appropriation of aboriginal culture? They've been doing it to Catholics for years. Gestapo general Reinhard Gehlen was an evangelical minister. How did we get to the neo-Catholic mess we're in today? That's the real conspiracy.

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