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Academic Exposes Media Propaganda – Has Freedom of Thinking & Expression Been Lost?
Lingard BSc(Econ). DO. BBEA. PBNut.Cert.2021-05-06T12:46:29+01:00
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Professor Mark Crispin Miller has taught classes on mass persuasion and propaganda at the New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development for the last two decades
After challenging students to investigate current propaganda narratives surrounding mask mandates, Miller was placed under conduct review for spreading “dangerous misinformation” — one of three key propaganda strategies used to suppress academic and scientific inquiry
Miller recently sued 19 of his department colleagues for libel after they signed a letter to the school dean demanding a review of Miller’s conduct
Miller says his colleagues falsely accused him of “explicit hate speech,” “mounting attacks on students,” “advocating for an unsafe learning environment,” “aggressions” and discouraging his students from wearing masks
Miller’s case goes beyond mere freedom of speech. It goes into the issue of freedom of inquiry itself — the freedom to ask questions and ponder an issue from multiple angles