Graeme MacQueen

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Graeme MacQueen

Douglas Graeme MacQueen[1], (born 1948 in Nova Scotia, Canada)[2] is a Buddhist scholar and a retired professor of religious studies at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario where he taught from 1974 to 2003.[3] He was also the founder and former Director of the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster. In 2014 MacQueen authored The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy.

Graeme MacQueen is an opponent of the official 9/11 narrative and believes 9/11 and the anthrax attacks are related: both perpetrated by neoconservatives to bring war and an eventual police state to America.[4]

Graeme MacQueen describes himself as a freethinking "small b Buddhist," one who is not influenced by scriptural authority or doctrine.[5]

Works

  • Skill in Means (1972) 318 pages
  • A Study of the Śrāmaònyaphala-sūtra (1988) 307 pages
  • Unarmed Forces: Nonviolent Action in Central America and the Middle East (1992)
  • Journey To The City Of Six Gates (novel, 2006) preview [1]
  • Globalizing God: Religion, Spirituality and Peace with Johan V. Galtung (2008) 254 pages
  • The 2001 Anthrax Deception: The Case for a Domestic Conspiracy (2014)

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