It wasn't exactly easy. It was becoming obvious, towards the end, that he was deliberately spending half of every class just telling us what failures we all were, how our generation would never amount to anything, that we were lazy and worthless. It was puzzling to hear this every day, for weeks on end, from a logic professor.
Then 9/11 happened.
I now have evidence that a similar ritual was carried out at other schools, probably in philosophy departments infested with neoconservatives, across the country, at the same time, just prior to the events of September 11th.
Stephen Gardner should be in jail. And I say that, not because he's an idiot with whom I have deep philosophical differences. (I've been saying that for fifteen years.) I don't say it because I suspect he stalked me online for several years. I say it because, now, I recognize what he tried to do fifteen years ago. It took me a long time. The whole attempt was so bumbling and incompetent. Mostly, it just pissed me off. But, ultimately, it did put the final nail in the coffin of my college career. And that's a shame. Regardless, the fact that this idiot was made the head of the TU philosophy department should speak volumes.
Because it is clear (obvious, really) that this professor, and others like him, used pre-knowledge of the attacks of 9/11 in order to attempt to brainwash me (and others) into running and joining the US military once the attack occurred. And it seems to have worked in many instances. This is classic trauma-based mind-control. 9/11 was a mass-mind-control ritual.
Last Updated on 10/22/16