Graeme MacQueen

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(academic, researcher)
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Born1948
Nova Scotia, Canada
Member of9/11 Consensus Panel
Interests • 9-11
• 2001 Anthrax attacks
• peace
• Buddhism
The Toronto Hearings on 9_11 from 2011

Professor Graeme MacQueen is a retired professor of religious studies at McMaster University, Ontario where he taught from 1974 to 2003.[1] He was also the founder and former Director of the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster. He is a co-editor of the Journal of 9/11 Studies.

Activities

Graeme MacQueen publishes at 911 Blogger.[2] Graeme MacQueen was involved in the 2008 9-11 Truth conference.[3] He is member of the 9/11 Consensus Panel.[4]

Publications

  • 2014 - The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy[5], "a reasonably persuasive case that the Anthrax killings were intimately connected to the 9/11 attacks themselves"[6]
  • 2008 - Globalizing God: Religion, Spirituality and Peace with Johan V. Galtung
  • 2006 - Journey To The City Of Six Gates (a novel) [7]

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A Quote by Graeme MacQueen

PageQuoteDateSource
9-11/Media response“The widely held belief that the Twin Towers collapsed as a result of the airplane impacts and the resulting fires is, unbeknownst to most people, a revisionist theory. Among individuals who witnessed the event firsthand, the more prevalent hypothesis was that the Twin Towers had been brought down by massive explosions.”8 July 2020AE911 Truth


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