good luck with that one! i've skimmed through it a couple of times, really interesting. i wish i could find more online academic debates for the book instead of the conspiracy-focused thoughts people usually write about it.
"Academics" do not participate in anything that has not been accepted by the establishment and avoid the appearance of controversy. Well, unless... I'll skip that part...
If you'd like some really deep, bleeding-edge, uber-controversial, socially unacceptable "conspiracy" stuff that's so wild that it can quite literally get you thrown in prison, read the front page of the January 2nd, 1945 New York Times.
(I'm not kidding.)
If you dig enough into history, you're going to find some very uncomfortable and inconvenient facts.