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Illustration used in the reposting of "9/11 Was Good for Us! -- The Case against Israel." Suspected ex-Mossad agent and current French President Nicolas Sarkozy pals it up with leading global Mossad troublemaker and current Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.


9/11 and "33" Codes --
The Crypto Case
for Zionist Treason

Captain Eric H. May
Intelligence Editor
The Lone Star Iconoclast

January 25, 2010


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Capt. Eric H. May

TEXAS, 1/25/2010 -- I take Dr. Kevin Barrett's side in the ongoing debate about Israel and 9/11, wholeheartedly agreeing with him that Israel was complicit in the attacks. Like many of the 9/11 researchers, I've published my own article on this all-important topic:

9/11 was good for us! The case against Israel

Dr. Barrett, as a long-time member of Ghost Troop, is familiar with some of the cryptanalytic work we do to pick out Illuminatist and Kabbalist secret society fingerprints in false flag terror events. I would ask the objective thinker to consider four date code coincidences -- if one chooses to call them that -- that pretty much close the crypto case against Israel and its fifth column of US Israel-firsters:

  • New York City's Holocaust Museum was dedicated on 9/11/97 -- four years to the date before the 9/11 attacks. Pity as a perfect concealment for psychopathy.
  • Berlin's Holocaust Museum was dedicated on 9/9/01 -- two days before the 9/11 attacks. Pity as a perfect concealment for psychopathy.
  • Construction on the World Trade Center (North Tower) began on 8/8/68 -- 33 years, 33 days before the 9/11 attacks.
  • Chicago's Sears Tower reached its full height 5/3/73 -- 33 years, 33 days before the "Satanic" date of 6/6/06 -- coinciding with the Sears Tower ZIP code of 60606.

For those interested in more detail, I recommend my summer correspondence with another Ghost Troop, US Amb. Chase Untermeyer, who served with the unit from 2003 - 2006:

2009 Top 9/11-2B Targets

For those interested in joining Ghost Troop's ongoing cryptanalysis, please see the just-formed Apocalyptanalysis to apply for membership:


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Captain Eric H. May, a disabled veteran, is a former U.S. Army military intelligence officer and Desert Storm volunteer. A former NBC editorial writer, his essays have been published worldwide, from the Wall Street Journal to Military Intelligence Magazine. In 1996 he interviewed to become speechwriter for Texas governor George W. Bush. In 2003 he began the Ghost Troop cyber militia with his best friend, former Assistant Secretary of the Navy Chase Untermeyer, who served as one of May's staff officers even after being appointed US Ambassador to Qatar. They are pictured together in the Captain May photo archive page as well as below:

Captain Eric May and Ambassador Chase Untermeyer, November 2007 in Texas


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For further reading:

The online Mission of Conscience series by Maj. William B. Fox provides a historical overview and analysis of 9/11, the Madrid 3-11-2004 bombings, the London 7-7-2005 attacks, and other false flag events. It also explains the background and modus operandi of Capt. Eric May and his cyber militia called Ghost Troop that tries to anticipate and interdict repeat false flag attacks.

Book I: Waking Up to the Ultimate Mission. Of particular note, Chapter 12 describes strong evidence that Osama Bin Laden has been dead since December 2001. Chapter 7 "How September 11th Became the False Flag Rosetta Stone" and Chapter 8" 9/11 Patterns As Future False Flag Indicators" explain why false flag attacks tend to coincide with major anti-terror exercises.

Book II: Defending Freedom, One False Flag Threat at a Time. This covers repeated threats against Portland, Oregon as well as Chicago, Texas City, Texas, and other cities.


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