Professor Douglas Belmore taught English in higher education for three decades in California, Arizona, New Mexico and South Korea.
Recently he was fired for discussing Q in his class. He chose Q over his livelihood and began Qniversity in response.
I have always stood by the belief that unrestricted access to universal human truths should form the core of all learning. I believe freedom itself rests upon the preservation and nourishment of young minds, and as a lifelong teacher, I have done everything in my power to protect this fundamental ideal.
Recently I was fired from my post for standing up for what’s right. https://youtu.be/KVeDKuHPDK8 For many years, I was growing steadily more disenchanted as I watched a creeping shadow over my profession that appeared to contradict everything I believed in. Eternal truths became open to debate, and eventually no longer accepted. Facts became subjective.
Countless young lives were being squandered and destroyed before my eyes as they drank in these distortions of reason. There was no way this was happening by accident and my soul could not rest until I found who was behind it, and WHY.
I was shocked at what I learned, but not surprised. I discovered the world was in the firm grip of a malevolent global criminal enterprise that had gone undetected because regular people could not comprehend that governments and the media could be infiltrated to that extent.
We didn’t believe a criminal gang could be large enough to get away with the heist of an entire world’s economy, or collapse whole nations into a state of starvation, war and death.
Here are his further offerings in his first curriculum: