Dr. Graeme MacQueen: The Connection between 9/11, Anthrax and Iraq 05-01-10 in Walkerton [1-5]
The Connection between 9/11, Anthrax and Iraq by Dr. Graeme MacQueen in Walkerton, Ontario, Canada on May 1, 2010.
Walkerton, Ontario - Saturday, May 1.
Dr. Graeme MacQueen's speech about 9/11, Anthrax and the Iraqi connection
Graeme MacQueen, PhD Associate Professor of Religious Studies and founding Director, Centre for Peace Studies, McMaster University (ret). * Interview 11/19/06: "... theres no way those 3 towers were brought down by planes, jet fuel and fire. One tower, maybe. A structural flaw in the tower, a set of coincidences. Two towers — were getting into a highly unlikely situation, even though their construction was similar, because the planes hit in different ways. Three towers (including WTC 7 now, which wasn't hit by a plane), the odds against this are astronomical." * Essay 8/21/06: Regarding the recorded oral accounts of 503 members of the Fire Department of New York taken by the Department shortly after 9/11. "Claims that explosions contributed to the collapses were made on 9/11 and have persisted, but studies supportive of the U.S. governments account of events have ignored or denied these claims. ... We begin by facing the simple number of individual witnesses (118) and the even greater number of references, direct or indirect, in their accounts to explosions. We next have to deal with the rich, mutually supportive detail of these accounts. ... I cannot read this material without being struck by the ways in which the witnesses testimony is not merely cumulative but complementary and multidimensional. ... It appears (references are somewhat unclear) that the Commission did, in fact, make fairly extensive use of the oral histories. ... But what about all the references in the FDNY material to explosions? The Report makes no mention of them." http://www.journalof911studies.com * Member: Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Justice Association Statement: "Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Justice is a non-partisan organization consisting of independent researchers and activists engaged in uncovering the true nature of the September 11, 2001 attacks." * Member: Religious Leaders for 9/11 Truth Association Statement "When faced with actions that conflict with the universal moral principle that we should not do to others what we would not want done to ourselves or our loved ones, members of faith communities have a responsibility to voice their opposition to those actions. Many religious leaders throughout history have publicly challenged morally unacceptable practices---recently, for example, in the civil rights and anti-apartheid movements. A significant moral challenge has emerged due to glaring discrepancies between the official version of the events of September 11, 2001, and the results of extensive independent research by individuals with relevant scientific or professional expertise. . . . As a result of this extensive research carried out by scientists and professionals, it can now be seen that the official account of 9/11 is false beyond any reasonable doubt. ... Because the false account of 9/11 has led to [numerous] evils, it is incumbent on religious leaders, once they realize that the official account is a lie, to speak out."
Is the War in Afghanistan Justified by 9/11? Speaking tour by Dr. David Ray Griffin.
- Nobel Peace Prize Nominee 2008 & 2009
- Ranked 41st (by The New Statesman) in "The 50 People Who Matter Today"
"Whereas it is widely recognized that the US-led war in Afghanistan is illegal under international law, because it was never authorized by the UN Security Council, most Americans have believed that it was morally justified as a response to the 9/11 attacks, and many believe it is still justified as a necessary means to prevent another attack originating from that region. My lecture will present evidence showing that both of these beliefs are untrue, so that the 9/11 Truth Movement and more traditional Peace and Anti-War groups should be able to combine forces to oppose this illegal and immoral war."- David Ray Griffin