Graeme MacQueen: Did "Canadian 9/11" fizzle - and take down Harper?

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Today is the first anniversary of the 10/22/2014 "iconic attack" in Ottawa. It was supposed to be the Canadian 9/11. It helped pass Bill C-51, the Canadian version of the Patriot Act. But politically, it may have witnessed by the recent collapse of the neocon-backed Stephen Harper regime, whose hysterical hyping of the "terrorist threat to Canada" alienated much of the electorate.

Graeme MacQueen, Professor emeritus at McMaster University, has written a careful, thoroughly documented report raising questions about "10/22":


Professor MacQueen is also the author of the most important book on the anthrax component of the fall 2001 9/11-anthrax event:

The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy (reviewed here).

Like 9/11-anthrax, the 10/22 Ottawa shootings terrorized a nation's capital and its legislature. Like 9/11-anthrax, 10/22 greased the skids for a pre-drafted bill giving the security services emergency powers. And like hundreds of US cases discussed in Trevor Aaronson's The Terror Factory (and like the John Nutall terror entrapment case in Vancouver) the 10/22 Ottawa shootings show signs of having been manufactured by the same security services that benefit hugely from such incidents.

Could the demise of the Harper regime lead to official Canadian inquiries into 10/22, 9/11-anthrax, and other apparent neocon PR stunts hyping the phony "war on terror"? Or are Canadians too timid to  rise up and help save what's left of Western civilization?

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