Darrell Hamamoto is a semi-regular guest on The Alex Jones Show and a former tenured professor at the University of California-Davis. In 2018, he retired after 22 years with the university.
In his earlier career, Professor Hamamoto was a trail-blazing scholar in the field of Asian American Studies. He did some important work, writing about the de-sexualization of Asian men in American culture. His interest in the topic led him to produce his own porno film starring an all Asian cast called Skin On Skin.
However, it appears that at some point, he became side-tracked from his area of expertise, and most of his writing and focus became based on the "New World Order."
Most of his theories are completely nonsensical. For example, he claims that former UC-Davis chancellor Linda Katehi held patents on antennas that she was using to transmit mind-control rays to the student body:
If that wasn't wacky enough, in 2018, he heavily implied that John Kerry's 2016 trip to Antarctica involved him checking in on weather control weapons that are based there.
He also thinks that pink guitars are gay:
Hamamoto As A Professor
By his own admission, Darrell Hamamoto does not have a good relationship with his students. In appearances on The Alex Jones Show, he frequently would speculate that students were being planted in his class as snitches, presumably on behalf of the school's administration that wants to take him out.
UC-Davis allows students to leave reviews of their professors, and looking over some of Prof. Hamamoto's reviews gives us a pretty interesting insight into what it would be like to be in his class.
A review from 2006:
A review from 2008:
A review from 2014:
Suffice it to say that not only is Hamamoto a person who does not practice academic thoroughness, but also that he is a bit of a racist, and apparently a really incompetent teacher.
In 2014, Hamamoto appeared as a guest on Red Ice Radio, a specifically white nationalist and pro-fascist radio program broadcast from Sweden.
In 2017, conspiracy/New Age research-based YouTube show Unspun declared Darrell Hamamoto a "disinformation agent." Whether or not they are right, it is unclear, but this does demonstrate a distrust for Hamamoto, even within the "alt-media" world where his ideas would conceivably be the most popular.