Interview 944 – Graeme MacQueen Reveals The Anthrax Deception

by | Sep 25, 2014 | Interviews | 6 comments

In his new book “The 2001 Anthrax Deception,” Dr. Graeme MacQueen, co-editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies, lays out the case for a domestic conspiracy in the 2001 anthrax attacks in the US. In this conversation, James and Graeme discuss the context in which these attacks happened, the way they were portrayed by the government and the mainstream media, their ultimate effect, and the voluminous evidence that disproves the FBI’s assertion that the attacks were the work of Dr. Bruce Ivins.

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  1. Thank you for the intelligence and courage displayed in the writing of the book and in the interview. It is not a small thing to take on such a large antagonist.

  2. Excellent.

    Another interview, like the David Kelly one, that I somehow missed the first time around.

    This really validates your decision to republish selected items James – I hope you continue with this practice.

  3. It was mentioned late in the interview that this operation was a failure or incomplete but one thing stood out to me that wasn’t mentioned. Maybe it’s stated in the book, but it seems like the whole point of the anthrax hoax was to scare policy makers into passing the patriot act as quickly as possible without question. If so, it was a raging success. Policy makers were definitely the targets of the propaganda and, more so, the fear-mongering. That could also be the reason this episode is only a passing memory for the public. The events of 9-11 are geared towards citizens so it continues to be reverberated across the airwaves at every opportunity. The anthrax hoax served its purpose so now it’s left to be forgotten.

    • it was mentioned though

  4. Reading McQueen’s anthrax book after watching the flashback interview now in May 2023. Re his writing about the ‘official’ media and govt reports to ‘be afraid! Be very afraid!!’ I’d like to share my somewhat rare perspective on fear after walking away from a single-engine plane crash as a 50 yr old woman in 2019. Afterward, I experienced fear in many circumstances most wouldn’t. To add to that, in 2020 I got the call from the ER to come make decisions for my daughter. A few weeks later I was stuck away from home and with a fear of flying in SoCal when the ‘covid shutdowns’ began, and when our return flight literally began lifting off the runway, it very suddenly and jarringly ‘slammed the brakes’ is the only way I can describe it, the momentum causing all us passengers to be thrown forward, and as the plane continued slowing, we were told to stay buckled in our seats while we waited for the firetrucks to arrive and check the plane for a fire. ?‍♀️ As a result of the back-to-back traumas, I discovered a reality that I wonder whether Roosevelt truly understood when he famously said it; that ‘we have nothing to fear but fear itself.’ Waiting to crash after the engine went out in 2019 was a terrible eternity of fear that prevented even my ability to form the words of an intelligible prayer. I was so scared, all I could think was ‘God, help’. The fear was awful again when I got that call. I weakly asked my husband to drive me to ER. Before we left, the hospital and police chaplains came to my door and when I saw them through the window, fear made me jump. When the plane crash happened, I felt the hard impact of my head on the plane’s control panel but thanks to adrenaline (and God), it didn’t even hurt! The FEAR then, and every instance after as a result of not wanting to feel again the way I felt while waiting to crash (fear of being afraid!) was what actually hurt! The mind is an amazing thing and you are master of your own, so don’t let fear prevent you living your life, and if you’re reading this, surely you know that the powers-that-shouldn’t-be are using fear as a tool to control people, so give the enemy the middle finger by not falling for it! We have nothing to fear but fear itself.
    p.s. I’ve taken several commercial flights since then. It gets easier each time. ?? There was no fire but they let me off that damn plane and we rented a car to get home. And last but not least, my daughter is ok. ?

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