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Prof. Graeme MacQueen & mechanical engineer Tony Szamboti on “9/11 consensus”

Friday 6/6 – Listen live – 5 to 7 pm Central on Revolution Radio:  To be rebroadcast Saturday 6/7 11 to 12:45 pm Eastern on  and then archived at the usual spot.

Professor Graeme McQueen

 The 9/11 Consensus Panel has released a new report on more slam-dunk absolute proof that NIST lied and WTC-7 was a controlled demolition.

First hour: Dr. Graeme MacQueen discusses his work on the extensive proof that hundreds of people had foreknowledge of the controlled demolition of World Trade Center 7. He also touches on his forthcoming book about the anthrax component of the 9/11-anthrax false flag attack.

Dr. MacQueen is the founder of the McMaster’s Centre of Peace Studies in Canada and its War and Health programme. He has been involved in developmental work and peace initiatives in war-affected places such as Sri Lanka, Croatia, Gaza and Afghanistan.

Second hour: Eric Sayward of We Are Change Wisconsin opens with a discussion of how to “be the change we seek.” Then mechanical engineer Tony Szamboti – the man who convinced Geraldo Rivera that the 9/11 truthers were right all along – joins the discussion on the 9/11 controlled demolitions and more.

Eric Sayward

One Thought to “Prof. Graeme MacQueen & mechanical engineer Tony Szamboti on “9/11 consensus””

  1. Always love hearing Dr. MacQueen.

    Thinking that Ian Morris ~'Case for War' probably has it backwards. Battaille's Eroticism p64: 'The statement: "The taboo is there to be violated" ought to make sense of the fact that the taboo on murder, universal though it may be, nowhere opposes war. I am even convinced that without the prohibition war would be impossible and inconceivable!'

    Probably so: The taboo on murder is a precondition for war, not the other way around. The military understands this well enough. Consistent with that principle, they even put you through 15 weeks of testing your tolerance for abuse… A war seller would do best to seek out places where that taboo is strong not just for his personal safety, but also for the success of his directed-murder project. …minimizing the 'side reactions' in the beaker, you see. And I think he's a parasite on such a place –the people who's taboo that is are his resource. Crop if you like.

    The bumper sticker: 'some people are alive only because it's illegal to kill them' … might bring up the question of how war-sellers would fare in the 'real world;' when, say, they're not linked to the biggest protection rackets in town (e.g., Police, ADL, …). Could they be both the first and last to 'go' outside of that context?

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