Peace, War and 9/11

Duration: 93
Peace, War and 9/11

In a wide-ranging interview filmed six months before his passing, eminent scholar and lifelong peace activist Graeme MacQueen shares his final words on 9/11, the 2001 anthrax attacks, and the goal of abolishing war.

Drawing from his depth of knowledge as a professor of peace studies, MacQueen illuminates the concept of war as an all-encompassing parasitic system that depends on triggering events — sometimes natural but often managed or even manufactured — to move from a cold to a hot phase.

Within this framework, MacQueen presents his analysis of the back-to-back 9/11 and anthrax attacks. He argues that both attacks were deceptions perpetrated by the same group of actors for the purpose of launching the global war on terror and breathing new life into the war system — a path we are still on and living the consequences of today.

panel discussion

Following this special screening honoring the life and work of Dr. MacQueen, there will be a panel discussion featuring the film’s director, Ted Walter, Massachusetts anti-war organizer Marty Schotz, and writer Edward Curtin. This event is co-sponsored by Boston 9/11 Truth and the International Center for 9/11 Justice.

Note: Students with a valid student ID can purchase a student ticket for $12 at the door.

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