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Robert Sungenis

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Robert Sungenis is the founder of Catholic Apologetics International.[1] He is an antisemite, Holocaust denier, and International Jewish conspiracy crank.[2] Currently he is very much involved with trying to prove geocentrism.

Sungenis is also a promoter of pseudoscience and conspiracy theories more generally.

He holds a "doctorate" from Calamus International University in the Republic of Vanuatu, a noted diploma mill.[3][4][5]

Assorted wild beliefs[edit]

Sungenis hawks publications ranging from relatively cheap introductions to geocentrism to books costing a hundred bucks a pop.[8]

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