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2001 Anthrax Attacks: The Case For A DOMESTIC CONSPIRACY

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Professor Graeme MacQueen on the 2001 Anthrax Attacks – Our Interesting Times Podcast

VIDEO: Professor Graeme MacQueen joins the show to discuss his book The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy. MacQueen’s book presents evidence to support the following points: (a) The anthrax attacks were carried out by a group of perpetrators, not by a “lone wolf.” The attacks were, therefore, the result of a conspiracy—by definition a plan by two or more people, made in secret and resulting in an immoral or illegal act. (b) The group that carried out this crime consisted, in whole or in part, of insiders deep within the US state apparatus. (c) These insiders were the same people who planned the 9/11 attacks (d) The anthrax attacks were meant to facilitate a seizure of power by the executive branch of government through intimidation of Congress and US civil society. They were also designed to achieve public acquiescence to and support for the redefinition of US foreign policy, replacing the Cold War with a new and aggressive global conflict framework, the Global War on Terror. Oct 9, 2015

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