Thursday, December 23, 2021

Dude(Paul deLespinasse) - I am gonna lock you up for good

 You tortured and brainwashed American as well as Slovenian citizen for the sake of Kremlin's propaganda. Contemplated to change my thinking patterns in respect to views on Moscow through use of extreme violence from third party's perspective interested in global agenda. You participated and engaged in torture against me for no less than 20+ years till it became evident to you, your(Putin's) views have no perspective whatsoever in/on my 


Paul deLespinasse is one of the main and longest participating Yahoo advisers coordinated with line of psychiatrists/psychologists American propaganda dissemination machine is using to promote views coordinated with domestic American and foreign policies. Dangerous and NON AMERICAN as it gets. Terrorist in my eyes.

Paul F. deLespinasse

Adrian College
Adrian, Michigan 49221 USA

Formal Education

  • B.A., Willamette University, 1961
  • M.A. Johns Hopkins University, 1963
  • Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1966

  • Fellow in Law and Political Science, Harvard Law School, 1970-1971

  • Intensive Russian Program, Monterey Institute of International Studies, summer, 1983
  • Intensive Russian course, Herzen Institute, Leningrad, U.S.S.R., summer 1989--7 weeks

Honors and fellowships

  • National Merit Scholar, 1957-1961
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 1961-1962
  • NDEA Fellow, 1961-1964

  • Science Faculty Fellow (N.S.F.), 1970-1971
  • N.E.H. Summer Fellow, University of Michigan, 1976
  • Adrian College faculty development grants, summers 1983, 1985
  • APSA/AHA Lilly Foundation Fellow, summer 1985 (Seminar: Immigrants and the Constitution, University of Minnesota)
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan, summers 1985, 1988 (further Russian language studies)
  • Lilly faculty development grant, 1988-1991, financed summer study in the Soviet Union, 1989
  • Exemplary Teaching Award, Adrian College and United Methodist Church, 1999

Publications (other than on World Wide Web):

  • Academic:

    • "Beyond Territoriality," pp. 293-307 in John R. Jacobson, Ed., The Territorial Rights of Nations and Peoples. Lewiston, N.Y: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989.
    • Thinking About Politics: American Government in Associational Perspective. D. Van Nostrand Co., 1981, 517 pp.
    • "The Carrot and the Stick," Michigan Academician (Spring 1973), pp. 471-480.
    • Review of Robert M. O'Neil's The Price of Dependency: Civil Liberties in the Welfare State. September 1971 issue of American Political Science Review, pp. 812-813.

  • Journalistic

    • Approximately 100 editorials, written for local daily newspaper during 4 month emergency, 1975
    • Some 60 weekly political commentaries appearing in several newspapers in Michigan and Oregon, 1974-1975
    • Occasional op-ed page pieces since 1975.

Teaching and administrative experience

  • Professor Emeritus, Adrian College, 2000-date
  • Instructor to Professor of Political Science, Adrian College, 1964-2000
  • Professor of Computer Science, Adrian College, 1984-2000
  • Dept. chairman, 1968-1977, 1981-1983, 1985-1988, 1992-1996, 1997-2000
  • Director, Pre-Law Program, 1978-2000
  • Founder and Director, Pre-Law Institute for high school juniors, 1978-1983
  • Adjunct professor of Russian, Adrian College, 1984-1992.


  • Born October 4, 1939, Ontario, Oregon
  • Married to Doris Stringham deLespinasse, CPA, Professor Emeritus of Accounting, Adrian College
  • Children (Cobie Ann, b. 1969; Alan Fredrick, b. 1972)
  • Other interests: Music (clarinet, pipe organ, composing); bicycling.

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