Happy Independence Day
from the 
Faculty and Students of the 
College of Complexes 
weekly free speech forum
View Presentation on the
"Historical Highlights of the American Revolution"
July 20
The United States of Lies:  
50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Hoax
Meeting # 3,538 - historian and conspiracy theorist Ted Aranda 
The U.S. government is a thoroughly CRIMINAL regime, a ROGUE STATE run by homicidal maniacs which must be terminated posthaste. In fact, the tyranny is rapidly escalating. This is neither far-fetched hyperbole nor hysterical alarmism. It is sober analysis. So why doesn't everyone see this clearly? Because, for the most part, the Oligarchy's modus operandi is deception and subterfuge--false flag psy-ops and brainwashing--rather than obvious, jackbooted thuggery.  

On this fiftieth anniversary of the fake Apollo 11 moon landing which catapulted the USA to the status of a uniquely semi-divine nation, we must fully appreciate Gerhard Wisnewski's sage words (from his excellent book, One Small Step?: The Great Moon Hoax and the Race to Dominate Earth from Space): "The might of the United States derives not from its military machine, its atom bombs, or its financial and commercial strength, but from its lies." 

In this presentation, investigator Ted Aranda briefly examines some of the more recent diabolical machinations by the Empire--including the California "wildfires," the Parkland and Christchurch "mass shootings," vaccines, 5G, and censorship--and puts them in the larger context of the nature of the American political system.

July 27
Bughouse Square Debates
Newberry  Library, Washington Square Park
Noon to 4:00 PM, Free
Visit Our Table!
Volunteers Needed
900 North Clark Street
across Walton from the Newberry
July 6
DeCOALonize and Degrow: Ending the Tyranny of Growth and Revitalizing our Sense of Possibility 
Chicago Area Peace Action
Meeting # 3,436 -  Rachel Elfant, Organizer and Administrator
Mission
Chicago Area Peace Action (CAPA) provides resources and opportunities for empowerment through active grassroots participation in the growing global movement for economic and environmental justice. The earth and its inhabitants are endangered by the twin threats of global climate change and nuclear war, either of which could end the world as we know it.

• We embrace a world free of the growing devastation of global climate change.
• We work to reduce and eliminate the danger of nuclear weapons and excessive military spending.
• We promote peace and reject warfare as a valid method of resolving conflict.
• We confront the core, systemic injustices of political and corporate institutions that support ever-increasing financial inequities and block opportunity for all to share in the earth’s bounty.
July 27
The History of Free Speech
Meeting # 3,539 - Ellen Corley returns with a program under development
July 13
The Non-Fiction of Ayn Rand:
"The Virtue of Selfishness" and "Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal"
Meeting # 3,537 - Justin Tucker, Chair of The Libertarian Party of Chicago and David Travis, College regular and longtime LP activist

Ayn Rand is best known as the author of such novels as "Atlas Shrugged" and 'The Fountainhead." Her works stressed the primacy of the individual and the evils of collectivism. She was also the founder of the philosophy of Objectivism, built around the themes explored in her novels. This presentation will discuss two of Rand's non-fiction philosophical works: "The Virtue of Selfishness" and "Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal." Tucker, discussing the former, and Travis, discussing the latter, will elaborate on the tenets of Rand's philosophy.

The 
Truth
College of Complexes Statement on Free Speech
Our constitution and laws encourage the freest possible exchange of opinions, ideas, and information. In part, that recognizes our worth and dignity as human beings. To forbid us to speak our minds demeans us and makes us more like slaves or robots than citizens of a free country. But as important as freedom of expression is for us as individuals, it is perhaps more important to society at large.​