“Erudite Conspiracy Theorists” Deserve Nobel Truth Prize.

By Jerry Alatalo

Earth Flag 11Alphabet Jim Fetzer is a retired professor of Philosophy from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, Kevin Barrett was a professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Wisconsin before being fired over his assertion 9/11 was an inside job, and Tony Hall is presently a professor of Globalization Studies at University of Lethbridge in Canada. The three have agreed to collaborate in producing the program “False Flag Weekly News”, where they strive to share real details about the world’s most important issues and events reported deceptively, intentionally, by corporate media.

For those frustrated by the continuing covering up of the truth about extremely important historic and current events around the Earth, the three professors’ efforts are greatly appreciated. Given the rise of the internet as a source of news for an increasing number of people during recent years, along with a corresponding decrease in the number turning to mainstream or corporate media for information about global developments, perhaps the Nobel Committee should add a Nobel Truth Prize to its annual honors/awards for Peace, Medicine, Literature, and so on.

If the Committee were to take such an action, Mr. Fetzer, Mr. Barrett and Mr. Hall would certainly become members of the category’s first class of contenders or nominees. It’s possible that the years of painstaking research, effort and collaborating with other integrity-minded men and women to arrive at the truth undertaken by the three academics is finally about to bear long-awaited fruit; humanity could well be on the verge of experiencing a “truth earthquake” that literally transforms life on Earth for the better.

One sign that leads to sensing big revelations and changes are about to occur is that the topics of deep state actions and false flags will be part of discussions at the annual Left Forum Conference on May 20-22, 2016 at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. In the past, the annual conference didn’t enter into such topics as the information was perceived as “controversial”, but in recent years – again, thanks to the internet – most men and women have become familiar with, and talk openly while using, the term “false flag”.

It’s virtually impossible to measure and quantify the percentage of people who’ve given up on corporate media due to its false representations about very serious issues and now turn to the internet and independent media for the truth, but one senses a quite profound transition on a large-scale. More people every day are turning to independent media personalities like the professors Fetzer, Barrett, Hall and many others for truth-focused reporting about world events.

Before the emergence of and explosion of interest in the internet, information provided by the three professors in this week’s “False Flag Weekly News” may have taken years to reach the people; today, information becomes transmitted, shared, or disseminated around the Earth within minutes, hours and/or the same day as it’s produced. Those who have benefited in the past from almost-guaranteed secrecy, time constraints on the spreading of truly relevant information, the luxury of people forgetting about important criminal or malevolent events or disinterest when the truth finally became revealed years later, no longer have access to such benefits. The truth is now becoming transmitted and known on a planetary scale nearly instantaneously.

Nobody can predict precisely when the professors’ efforts to show and convey the truth become unnecessary and they along with millions of others can devote most or all of their time to developing solutions to humanity’s historical problems of war, violence, greed, inequality, environmental degradation, corruption, etc. will arrive, but that time – when the full potential deterrent effect of instant truth dissemination over the internet becomes manifested – seems approaching at a greatly accelerating pace.

If that is a true reading, perception or analysis of the current global condition, there is good reason for optimism and encouragement for those interested in building a more peaceful, just and moral civilization on Earth. One senses strongly such is the case; the varying in intensity efforts of men and women residing in all regions of the world will have been proven worthwhile, and likely looked upon with gratitude, honor and respect by those coming in future generations.

Although there is no such thing – yet – as the Nobel Prize for Truth, those men and women who live their lives with utmost adherence, devotion and loyalty to truth surely are aware there is a personal, interior, very real “prize” for consistently acting in ways correspondent with total honesty. Thankfully, humanity’s collective power of accurate discernment between truth and falsehood has grown tremendously in recent years, and promises to grow at an immeasurable, even more astounding rate in the weeks, months and years to come.

From the “28 Pages” and potential world-shaking revelations about what really occurred on September 11, 2011, to Professor James Tracy’s lawsuit against Florida Atlantic University over his firing due to his stance on the Sandy Hook false flag/state-terror event, to a recent BBC documentary suggesting the Ukraine military’s shooting down of MH17 where close to 300 passengers and crew perished, to details of widespread election fraud in the 2016 presidential race, to Ted Cruz’ father being possibly connected to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963 – Jim Fetzer, Kevin Barrett and Tony Hall continue in their efforts to get to the truth.

After a discussion lasting a little more than 60 minutes, one is left with the feeling the three men were only just beginning, and that they had simply “skimmed the surface”. Perhaps the best advice for people is to prepare as well as possible for massively important, historic, world paradigm-shifting revelations coming in the near future.

(Thank you to noliesradio at YouTube)


7 thoughts on ““Erudite Conspiracy Theorists” Deserve Nobel Truth Prize.

  1. False flags are the stuff of espionage thrillers. Sadly, real life politicking is much crazier than fiction (and science fiction!) At least in novels, the good guys usually win. May the truth be revealed.


    1. Hi JoAnn,
      Spend some time at “Romero Institute” on YouTube listening to Professor Danny Sheehan and it’ll reinforce your perception that real life is stranger (and much more dangerous) than fiction- big time. It’s incomprehensible how many destructive, criminal actions have been and continue being covered up. Got a feeling the truth dam is about ready to burst. Thanks.

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  2. I’m really glad to see Fetzer and Barrett dissociate themselves from Veterans Today. The editors there promote themselves as former intelligence agents – and their attitude and behavior suggests they’re still in the pay of the government.


    1. Hello Stuart,
      Yes – also glad to see Fetzer and Barrett worked out their rift and are joined up again. The format of the program would be much improved if it were two hours: the first like this one where the issues became presented, but adding a second hour of free-flowing commentary for expounding, drilling deeper, suggesting/proposing potential good solutions, etc. on the same issues. The program could be much more powerful/effective than it already is. By the way, was surprised to stumble upon a great interview of Professor Bill Black by New Zealander Vinny Eastwood (“Vinny Eastwood” channel at YT – and a NZ woman blogger on WordPress – altiraawiderperspective.wordpress.com, I believe) recently, with some very interesting insights about NZ leader Key; he was apparently a big-shot derivatives executive for Merrill Lynch and CitiGroup if memory serves. Thank you.


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