Graeme MacQueen is on the steering committee hosting the Internation Hearings on the Events of September 11, 2001 in Toronto September 8-11. Arthur Naiman's handy little book is 9/11 The Simple Facts: Why The Official Story Can't Possibly Be True.
Dr. MacQueen is Professor, Emeritus in Religious Studies at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and co-founder of McMaster's Centre for Peace Studies. He was promoting peace in Afghanistan in 2001, and started investigating the events of 9/11 in 2005. He talks about his own exploration of the contradictions in the official narrative, and what he hopes the Toronto hearings will accomplish. He describes the 9/11 truth movement as a "wild and hairy beast" and hopes that, after 10 years, real journalists will do their jobs and expose the truth of that dark day--which has been used for many nefarious purposes. Click here for the website of the hearings, which will be streamed live starting on September 8.
At about 4o minutes into the podcast, Arthur Naiman joins us to talk about his new book, a brief, 100-page summary of the critical evidence supplied by Richard Gage and Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Naiman talks about the glaring inconsistencies and unanswered questions in the official story, how it contradicts basic laws of physics, and how so many people have closed their minds on these important issues. The book is from Soft Skull Press.
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