Interview 100: Prof. Anthony J. Hall

This is the first of a two-part edition featuring Canadian Professor Anthony Hall, Dr. Kevin Barrett, and Jeremy Rothe-Kushel. The discussion focuses on Hall’s October 2016 suspension from his senior academic post at the University of Lethbridge, where he has been on faculty since the early 1990s.

hall-lethbridgeDr. Hall is an accomplished scholar in political economy and globalization studies whose work centers on the history of indigenous North Americans. He has taken  courageous public stances on geopolitical issues including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 9/11 and the US-led “war on terror.” Beginning in 2015 Hall was targeted by the Israeli lobbying organization B’nai Brith. In 2016 this entity joined forces with mainstream Canadian news outlets including the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to pressure University of Lethbridge administrators to suspend Hall without pay. The faculty union at Lethbridge is presently contesting the suspension on Hall’s behalf.


Hall and Barrett host False Flag Weekly News at NoLiesRadio.org, a periodic roundup of political and global news and analysis.

Anthony Hall has been a teacher in the Canadian university system since 1982. He is author of the critically acclaimed two-volume publishing project entitled The Bowl with One Spoon (McGill-Queen’s University Press). Hall is editor in chief of American Herald Tribune.

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Kevin Barrett is an American-Muslim and PhD Arabist-Islamologist and one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror. He has authored and edited several books and is currently a nonprofit organizer, editor at Veterans Today, and pundit at Press TV, Russia Today, and other international channels. His website is TruthJihad.com.

Jeremy Rothe-Kushel is a Kansas City-based political activist who accompanied Hall following his university suspension. With work in both electoral and activist politics, and experience in media-jamming, guerrilla journalism and consensus-building, Jeremy is working to coalesce a permaculturally-informed Politics of the Radical Middle, with a People’s Platform to instigate an American Renaissance through assembly culture, deep democracy and cooperative entrepreneurism.

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