Eric H. May
5/1/11, 11:11 PM — U.S.
claims of a successful
military operation that killed Osama bin Laden (OBL) come
on the heels of a story out of Guantanamo Bay, according to
which Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) said that Al-Qaeda is prepared
to launch a “nuclear hellstorm” against the United
States and United Kingdom in
the event that OBL was killed or captured.
Today carried my Saturday intelligence analysis of this
exact scenario, A
Princess Bride’s A-Bomb Peril. In light of today’s
developments, the article is certain to be distributed and discussed
worldwide by intelligence, police and military officers and
and US/UK agents conducted a heated debate in the article’s
comments section, arguing whether Sears Tower was the top terror
target and which Middle East nation and religious extremists
should be “profiled” by authorities and alert citizens.
analysis to follow later today. If any of the source article
links crash, search for the titles:
Al-Qaida head bin Laden dead
Al-Qaeda plotted chemical and nuclear attack on the West
Princess Bride’s A-Bomb Peril
Coded 329211 a Real Threat
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. He served on
the general staff of Houston’s 75th Division, and graduatee
in Classical Studies from the University of Houston Honors College.
by William B. Fox
Publisher, America First Books
(Also posted in comments
section at Veterans Today)
Dear CPT May:
Bush Cabal Resurgence, Bin Laden-Hussein Fakery, and Making
the Next Terror Prediction" of my
Mission of Conscience series, I discuss not only the cover-up
of Bin Laden's likely death in Dec 2001, but also the likely
killing of Sadam Hussein by an air strike during America's invasion
of Iraq on Monday night, 7 April 2003. Please see Dr. James
Fetzer's 2 Aug 2007 article "The
`Mission Accomplished’ Fiasco: Saddam was Dead, but Killing
Him was Illegal, Scholars Maintain.”
this chapter I also provide numerous other references that expose
other massive deceptions, such as the following:
bin Laden to be replaced with US-born Yemeni,
by Pyotr Shmelev, Pravda.ru
2010-09-10 9/11 ANALYSIS:
Where was Osama bin Laden on September 11, 2001
by Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research
CIA Officials Admit To Faking Bin Laden Video
by Steve Watson, Prisonplanet.com
speaking. Or is he? An RT interview with Wayne
Madsen. "An audio tape has been released allegedly from
Al Qaeda’s leader Osama bin Laden. It’s the second
in just a week."
Of Deceit: US Openly Accepts Bin Laden Long Dead
by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor, World News Daily Information
Bin Laden: Dead or Alive? by David Ray Griffin.
This book by leading 9/11 Truth scholar provides strong evidence
that Bin Laden died in December 2001.
brazen fabrications and insults to our intelligence by mainstream
sources epitomized in the two articles "US
kills Osama bin Laden decade after 9/11 attacks"
Al-Qaeda Plotted Chemical and Nuclear Attack on the West"
cited in the article above reminds me of an experience I had
in June 1992 when I performed a two week period of reserve active
duty in the Central Command Public Affairs Office, then at McDill
AFB in Tampa, Florida.
Air Force Public Affairs Officer who had saved media clips of
Persian Gulf War I told me that many of his colleagues had dubbed
the conflict "The Nintendo War" because so much of
the destruction of Iraqi forces during both the Operation Desert
Shield and subsequent Desert Storm air war phases involved remote-controlled
high tech weapons. Scenes of guided missiles taking out Sadam
Hussein's tanks and other military targets seemed to resemble
a video game.
two mainstream media articles you cited inspire me to coin a
propaganda war counterpart to the Persian Gulf War I air war,
namely "The Nintendo Info War." It seems like certain
mainstream media propagandists believe that they can create
virtual realities for the American public out of complete fantasy
any time they wish with the same ease that they might operate
a Nintendo joy stick or point-drag-and-click with a computer