The 2001 Anthrax Deception: A New Book from Graeme MacQueen

Professor Graeme MacQueen has written a new book on the 2001 anthrax letter attacks. These attacks were widely blamed on extremist Muslims and their backers and used to support the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. They were also used to justify and hasten the passage of the USA PATRIOT Act, which was being presented to Congress just as the first anthrax victim grew ill.

MacQueen has begun doing interviews about the book, which has received much advanced praise.

“Professor MacQueen provides yet another piece of the puzzle connecting the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 to the immediately following anthrax attacks of October 2001 that were indisputably conducted by Agents of the United States government.” – Francis A. Boyle, author of the U.S.domestic implementing legislation for the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention.

The website for the book can be found at this link.

http://www.claritypress.com/MacQueen.html

28 Ways You Can Build the 28 Pages Movement

Originally posted on 28 Pages.org:

Whether you want to take your first step toward helping declassify the 28-page finding on foreign government assistance to the 9/11 hijackers, or you’re looking for even more ways to chip in than you already have, here are 28 ways you can help us build the movement.

1. Call your U.S. representative at 202-225-3121. Our Tips for Calling Congress make it easy.

2. Call the White House at 202-456-1111 and ask the president to keep his pledge to 9/11 families.  Our Act page comes in handy for this one.

3. Follow @28Pages on Twitter.

4 and 5. Call your two U.S. senators at 202-224-3121 to ask them to introduce legislation similar to H.Res.428. Here’s what to say.

6. Use #declassify when discussing the subject in social media.

7. Make and then share a YouTube video like this or this…or, if you want to get your groove on, maybe even this.

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Inside the Company: CIA Diary – Philip Agee (1975)

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Philip Agee
‘s 1975 book, “Inside the Company: CIA Diary,” infuriated American officials by identifying about 250 officers, front companies and foreign agents working for the United States. His example inspired several more books and magazines, including Covert Action Information Bulletin, written by close associates and sometimes with Mr. Agee’s help, which published the names and often the addresses of hundreds more agency officers working under cover around the world.

The exposés of Mr. Agee and others led Congress to pass the Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982, which made it a crime to intentionally reveal the identity of a covert intelligence officer.

“Phil Agee was really the first person to do whistle-blowing on the C.I.A. on the grand scale,” said William H. Schaap, a New York lawyer and old friend who worked with him on anti-C.I.A. projects. “He blew the whistle on hundreds and hundreds of…

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William Binney– former NSA Technical Director– signs AE911Truth petition

  • William Binney is a former highly placed intelligence official with the United States National Security Agency (NSA) who, after more than 30 years of service, resigned in 2001 and became a whistleblower exposing the NSA’s unconstitutional programs. He is also a recent signatory of AE911Truth’s petition calling for a new investigation into the destruction of the Twin Towers and WTC 7 on 9/11. In this interview he talks about why he signed the petition, the NSA’s spying program, and offers some words of advice to the 9/11 Truth movement on how to pursue justice through official channels.

 

Henry Kissinger on the Assembly of a New World Order

“A world order of states affirming individual dignity and participatory governance, and cooperating internationally in accordance with agreed-upon rules, can be our hope and should be our inspiration. But progress toward it will need to be sustained through a series of intermediary stages.

To play a responsible role in the evolution of a 21st-century world order, the U.S. must be prepared to answer a number of questions for itself: What do we seek to prevent, no matter how it happens, and if necessary alone? What do we seek to achieve, even if not supported by any multilateral effort? What do we seek to achieve, or prevent, only if supported by an alliance? What should we not engage in, even if urged on by a multilateral group or an alliance? What is the nature of the values that we seek to advance? And how much does the application of these values depend on circumstance?

For the U.S., this will require thinking on two seemingly contradictory levels. The celebration of universal principles needs to be paired with recognition of the reality of other regions’ histories, cultures and views of their security. Even as the lessons of challenging decades are examined, the affirmation of America’s exceptional nature must be sustained. History offers no respite to countries that set aside their sense of identity in favor of a seemingly less arduous course. But nor does it assure success for the most elevated convictions in the absence of a comprehensive geopolitical strategy.

. Adapted from his book “World Order,” to be published Sept. 9 2014  by the Penguin Press.—Dr. Kissinger served as national security adviser and secretary of state under Presidents Nixon and Ford.

Louis Freeh, The Man With The Secrets

 

by Russ Baker

“Any serious student of history is on alert for “interesting accidents.” Because sometimes they are accidents. Sometimes, they’re not.  We have no opinion at the moment on the one-car wreck that left former FBI Director Louis Freeh badly injured around noon on Aug. 25. But we do think it is worth reviewing what we know about Louis Freeh. Because all such incidents deserve scrutiny”. 

- See more at: http://whowhatwhy.com/2014/08/28/curious-car-crashes-louis-freeh-the-man-with-the-secrets/#sthash.IkdMKkwA.dpuf