The second of our two volumes examining the world-changing legacy of 9/11 is with Australian activist, broadcaster and film-maker Max Igan.
Max recounts his own story of where he was when the news of September 11th 2001 broke, and his initial reactions. We consider how polarising this event has been in the years that have followed; while it served as the catalyst for many to start questioning the official version of everything they’re told, others continue to cling to the mainstream narrative. We consider why this might be, and the possible ramifications for those whom it ‘woke up.’
Other areas discussed include the occult symbolism behind 9/11, the new glut of modern false-flags and hoaxes that it paved the way for, the likely longer-term legacy, and the opportunities that 9/11 presented towards bringing human enslavement to an end, in stark contrast to the aims for which it was brought about.
Part 1 of this podcast, with Ian Crane, can be found here: