Physics Substitute Teacher In Hot Water After Filmed Discussing 9/11 Truth and MKultra With Class

Screen Shot 2014-02-24 at 2.24.12 PMMichigan substitute teacher Jason Glicker is in trouble after a student filmed him discussing 9/11 Truth, MKultra, and other controversial topics in a classroom:
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As the clip begins, Glicker can be heard calmly discussing people who “worked for the ISI, which is Pakistan’s intelligence service.”

It becomes clear that the substitute teacher is discussing the September 11 terrorist attacks.

“The ISI is funded indirectly by the CIA so, whether they knew it or not, they were funding the terrorists,” he explains. Then: “One of the hijackers, Mohamed Atta, he was not a Muslim extremist because, (a) He’d been living here for years. He had an American girlfriend. He was supposedly addicted to cocaine.”

Glicker argues that Atta was “not a Muslim extremist” because “if you’re a Muslim fundamentalist, you know, you would stick to, you know, the laws of Islam.”

Next, a confused student asks why the September 11 terrorists killed themselves?

“That’s where it gets weird,” the physics sub cheerfully responds. “That’s where I think it’s somewhere along the lines of something like MKUltra where they’re, like, brainwashing these people.”

The teacher does not specify who “they” is. However, he immediately goes on to claim that the CIA was responsible for the Jonestown Massacre, when 909 people drank poison on the orders of cult leader Jim Jones. He suggests that the incident was “probably just an offshoot of the MKUltra program.”

At about the 1:50 mark, the videographer tilts the camera slightly and shows Glicker writing on a whiteboard what the sub believes are “the most easy-to-prove” conspiracy theories.

The substitute teacher lists MKUltra and “Operation Gladio,” which he describes by saying: “most world governments, pretty much, they want to start a war so they would use a false-flag terrorist attack.”

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Hat tip: Doubtfulnews.com

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  • Simon Valentine

    oh. thought the title says “psychic prostitute teacher”.

    dayum!

  • Simon Valentine

    found it

    • Rhoid Rager

      want to frame that and hang it over the head of my bed

      • Simon Valentine

        they’re all so relaxed about it.

        normal day.

        • Conspiracy Carrot

          That’s what I was thinking! At worst they look bored, like it’s all a minor inconvenience and they have some place to be.

  • InfvoCuernos

    So, I guess we’re just going to start posting a bunch of autoplay shit now?

    • Matt Staggs

      No, it’s more like I have a bunch of stuff that hasn’t autoplayed on its source page but is hell-bent to autoplay here. Super irritating. I’ll fix it.

      • Calypso_1

        You should be able to get a script that will automatically add autostart=0 in wordpress.

  • http://followtheLiTcrumbs.biz/ American Cannibal

    OMG! Shocking & Sad!!

    RIP Harold Ramis.

    What. A. Bummer.

  • Gjallarbru

    Land of the free, as long as you keep with the official discourse. What happened to free speech? Hell, you leave even less credible, less logical, “creationist” positions in class, why not that.

    I guess we all look for the next great Alex Jones rant on this one. Should at least make for good entertainment.

  • Tchoutoye

    Just because some Tom, Dick or Harry labels officially acknowledged and well-documented facts as “controversial” because he does not want them discussed, that does not make them so..

    MKUltra has been the topic of a senate hearing and congressional report in 1977, in which the existence of the program was confirmed. Furthermore there was the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments (ACHRE) in 1995, after which President Clinton apologised for the MKUltra program.

    Likewise, Operation Gladio has been confirmed by Italian Prime Minister Andreotti in 1990. It has been documented in an Italian Parliament Commission report in 2000 and acknowledged in 2001 by General Gianadelio Maletti, commander of the counter-intelligence section of the Italian military intelligence service from 1971 to 1975.

  • https://twitter.com/anti_euclidean ÿ

    Suddenly rethinking becoming a teacher…

  • http://followtheLiTcrumbs.biz/ American Cannibal

    Two things are wrong in this video:

    1) The Physics sub should stick to the classroom subject, or show a video, like the old days. There is no free and safe discussion allowed in the classroom. If ya want’s to talk about History, then go sub in the Social Studies Classes. heh.

    2) The Kids. Why are these fools videotaping teachers as they disclose unsanctioned information? In my day, we welcomed our teachers to divulge more of their own thoughts, freely, with the implicit, and sometimes explicit, promise that it would not leave the classrooms. Thank god technology like this became available after I left school. I’d be a less aware adult if my teachers were too afraid to share their ideas like this.

    But for me, the relationship drama was always the best. My Bio teacher got knocked-up by the Physics teacher, and I was privileged to be in her class when that relationship began. She divulged secretly all year long. She said, it was magic! that first night. Two years later, I had the privilege to be in the Physics teachers class, where he too divulged, except, instead of romantic magic talk, he was complaining to us about their disintegrating shot-gun marriage, and divorce. They both taught me so, so much. And I am forever grateful to them, and thankful YouTube et al. didn’t exist.

    This tech generation are only hurting themselves.

    • Calypso_1

      2) see Cultural Revolution — Young Public Security Info Collectors

  • Guest

    Considering this site is called Disinformation there’s a lot of unsubtle attacks on “conspiracy theories”, isn’t there? Gladio and MKUltra are both very well documented, too.

  • BuzzCoastin

    public hs teachers are on average
    not very bright
    so you can image the lack of brilliance
    among their substitutes

  • Dingbert

    That’s nothing. I had one substitute question my project on Islam. She said Islam was wrong because Mohammed was a drunk and imagined the whole thing. She then launched into a tirade, insisting that we could stop terrorism if we all just wore uniforms. At one point, she forgot who founded Islam and I suggested “Muhammed Ali.” She agreed and ended up using it the rest of the class.

  • http://politicalfilm.wordpress.com/ polfilmblog

    Not a scholarly talk. Most of what he said could be corroborated with sources, but he failed to do so. If this was a physics class, then this would be off topic.

  • sonicbphuct

    How the F is it reasonable that we’ll have a huge debate, involve school boards and text book publishers, put it to a vote and treat “Intelligent Design” as a legitimate theme for discussion in class, but anything 9/11 is out? I mean, there’s no constitutional amendment banning the discussion of government crimes, but there is one banning the wedding of church and state. This place is ripe for a burning.

  • terrasodium

    so does he have to drink the hemlock for corrupting the youth , or does he just off easy and placed on the no fly list? maybe the imported hyienas will take care of the problem when he moves into his new cardboard home after he’s dropped from the substitute phone list?

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    Practice attacking your allies to temper the arguments and separate the wheat from the chaff

  • Dmonix

    if I was paying to take a physics class, i think I’d be pretty upset that the guys wasting my time with talks not having ANYTHING to do with the subject I’, paying for, whether it’s 9/11 truth or flying sperm whales….

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