Interview 1212 – From Anthrax to Iraq with Graeme MacQueen

by | Sep 23, 2016 | Interviews | 8 comments

macqueen-cover-298x447The theory that Iraq had some connection to the 2001 anthrax attacks was abandoned almost as soon as it was floated. The blatant lies told about the origin and composition of the anthrax were quickly exposed as just that: blatant lies. Soon even the US government itself had to admit that the anthrax came from within the bowels of its own bioweapons program. Even so, the anthrax scare continued to loom large in the propaganda and lies that led to the illegal invasion of Iraq in 2003. Joining us today to discuss this discredited but persistent aspect of the anthrax attacks is Dr. Graeme MacQueen, author of The 2001 Anthrax Deception.


The 2001 Anthrax Deception

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  1. Great show ! Dr MacQueen makes Sherlock Holmes look like an amateur.
    This is irrefutable evidence.

    • ummm, Sherlock Holmes was an amateur, that’s why Le Strade hated his guts

  2. I may be way off base but I’ve sometimes wondered if part of the motivation for this was to threaten those within the government and media outlets who might question 9/11 and the coming illegal war in Iraq.

    Two democratic politicians…
    Tom Daschle and Patrick Leahy

    Two media outlets…
    New York Post and NBC News

  3. The push to invade Iraq so soon following 9/11 (and Afghanistan) is what started my awakening of 9/11 truth for me. I knew immediately this was bullshit and there’s no way the US is this stupid that they’d forget about capturing Bin Laden and instead focus on Saddam which had nothing to do with 9/11.

    At around the same time I upgraded my Internet from dial up to broadband and with broadband videos started becoming popular as well, and I remember after watching CNN something compelled me to search for 9/11 and found Eric Hufschmid Painful Deceptions and couldn’t resist telling everyone I knew about what I had stumbled upon.

    From there I soon found Alex Jones, David Ray Griffin and my all time favorite William Cooper, needles to say it was quite the awakening.

    • Also, on the day itself, of Sept 11th, even then I knew something fishy was going on, but I just couldn’t quite figure it out, I was still very much naive or what William Cooper referred to as a ‘sheeple’… haha!

      Although I no longer listen to Alex Jones anymore, I have to say, he’s the one that really woke me up to false flags and how government compartmentalization can fool even high level government agents.

      It’s been a process, that’s for sure.

  4. Great podcast! Thank you for this interesting and enlightening discourse.
    One of the most disturbing things of these horrid “terrorist attacs” was the fact that they were so perfectly organised and put into action. People were wondering how “they” were capable to commit such a sophisticated and effective crime in a foreign nation. I guess some people started then – particularly with the 2001 Anthrax Deception (title of McQueens book) – to realise subconsciously that there were so many contradictory facts in the official story that didn’t go together.
    It is so important to remember this events. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

  5. Awesome awesome awesome interview. Thank you much. I will be listening to the other two interviews of Graeme.
    By the by, do you still plan on doing an expose on William Shakespeare? Can’t wait to hear it.

    • There’s a formal website these days canvassing most suspects;

      so you’re not alone in this interest, although realistically Henry Neville is the runaway outstanding likelihood. Everyone else’s biography has to be tampered with to fit the literature. His makes a perfect match, including even an obsession with concealing his identity as an author of note, which was a legacy of his involvement in the Essex Plot.
      And wow what a biography, married deep into the nexus of Anglo-Venetian comital houses which later established the Bank of England and all that went with it. An astonishing convergence of absorbing topics.

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