Our guest today, Graeme MacQueen delivers a brilliant expose of the Anthrax deception in 2001, coupled with the 9/11 attack, as a “one-two punch” intended to enable perma war and pass the Patriot Act eviscerating American civil liberties. He describes almost a day by day account of how the executive branch, led by Vice President Dick Cheney, got Congress to pass the Patriot Act with a huge dose of propaganda scare tactics.
Congress members were forced to evacuate Senate buildings, hide their Congressional license plates and Congressional pins The coup de gras was sending Anthrax letters to Senators Leahy and Daschell, who had balked against full provision of the Patriot Act. Once their lives were threatened by this false flag attack, they came on board, too. However, Cheney’s intense efforts to link the anthrax letters to Saddam Hussein’s government in Iraq collapsed with the discovery that the weaponized anthrax originated at US military labs. Journalists started questioning why Congress started taking Cipro, the antidote to Anthrax, weeks before anthrax letters arrived on Capitol Hill.
MacQueen’s new book is a Must Read for 9/11 Truthers: MacQueen delves extensively into links to the so-called 19 hijackers– especially the first deaths of small-time journalists in Florida who had direct interactions with the terrorists and knew of their debauched lives at strip clubs, drinking premium scotch whiskey — all of what Americans now understand to be anathema to Islamic ideology. If these local tabloid, muckraking journalists had lived, the official story of 9/11 could have blown apart! And MacQueen pillories the FBI case against Bruce Ivins, from the US Army Medical Research Institute, who got persecuted so viciously he finally committed suicide.
This interview is packed with intriguing insights!
Strategy of Tension: A policy wherein violent struggle is encouraged rather than suppressed. The purpose is to create a general feeling of insecurity in the population and make people seek security in a strong government. Today’s guest, Eric Galati, pulls brilliantly from Italian neo-fascism and contemporary American politics to demonstrate what some have called the...