Australia’s prestigious education institution the University of Sydney has come under fire from Jewish lobby groups for defending its staffer Dr. Tim Anderson who had dismissed the recent chemical attack on rebel held Syrian town as Hoax and called Syria’s six-year civil war a fiction perpetrated by the US to destroy an independent nation.
Dr Anderson is just one among a number of Australian academics who have formed the Centre for Counter Hegemonic Studies, based in Sydney, to counter Western Fake News about Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and its allies; Iran, Hizbullah, Russia and Iraq.
In additopn to Dr Anderson, group’s editorial board includes Luis Angosto-Ferrandez, another Sydney University senior lecturer, Drew Cottle from Western Sydney University, Rodrigo Acuna at Macquarie University and a number of other academics, including two from East Timor.
Australia’s Jewish-controlled media had been doing character assassination of Dr. Anderson for over two decades now over his criticism of Australian government of pro-Israel policies. In 1990, Anderson was framed in the 1978 Hilton Hotel bombing in Sydney, a False Flag. A Sydney court acquitted him in 1991 on lack of proof.
In 2014, Anderson visited Damascus to investigate the foreign insurgency. During his visit he met country’s president Bashar al-Assad (see photo above).
Recently, Anderson posted on Twitter that US presidents George Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump are the real “masterminds of Middle East terrorism”. He stood by those comments on Tuesday. “Absolutely. The evidence is overwhelming,” he said.
Professor Jay Tharappel (University of Sydney), recently called News Corp journalist Kylar Loussikian “traitorous scum who desperately wants a second Armenian genocide in Syria“. Loussikian is of Armenian Christian Zionist. The News Corp is one of country’s largest media companies. It publishes 142 daily newspapers and is owned by Zionist Jew billionaire Rupert Murdoch.
Dr Anderson has also written a book, The Dirty War on Syria (listen an interview below), published by the Montreal-based Centre for Research on Globalization which was founded by professor Michel Chossudovsky (University of Ottawa) on September 9, 2001. Dr Chossudovsky was born to a Russian Jew UN diplomat father and an Irish Protestant mother. He believes that neither al-Qaeda or Saudi regime were behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks (watch video below).
Last week, Australian prime minister Malcolm ‘Moishe’ Turnbull, a Netanyahu ally, said he had not been briefed on Dr Anderson’s activities, but reiterated his support for the US air strikes and condemned the Assad regime’s horrendous criminal conduct.