False Flag Prospects 2008

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False Flag Prospects, 2008 - Top Three US Target Cities
by Captain Eric H. May
Global Research, February 23, 2008

"The easiest way to carry out a false flag attack is by setting up a military exercise that simulates the very attack you want to carry out. As I'll detail below, this is exactly how government perpetrators in the US and UK handled the 9/11 and 7/7 "terror" attacks, which were in reality government attacks blamed on "terrorists."

Although ill health keeps me from working as hard in the area of false flag analysis as I used to, the urging of independent editors and brother intelligence officers has prompted me to write this essay. I'll keep it short for readers with limited time, but I will include invaluable links for those who want to delve deeper and understand better.

My aim, as a former military intelligence officer who spent five years with the U.S. Army 75th Division conducting military war games, is to convince the American people that the "next 9/11" -- constantly promised by officials and the media -- is likely to be carried out under the guise of future military exercises. If the American people are aware of pending exercises and the danger they represent, then the exercises cannot "go live" and effect the very terror events that they are supposed to be rehearsing against."

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interesting article

I never know what to make of Captain May - is he really saving America and the world or writing creative topical fiction? I agree with a lot of the things he says. I wonder about his conclusions, he's been predicting (and thus preventing) the next false flag for years, if he keeps at it, inevitably one day he'll be right.
The article seems so polished then he goes and has a typo in his last paragraph;

The most dangerous voices of all our those from false friends ...

just more fuel for the curiosity fire in my brain
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Distraction or Warning?

I'm always suspicious when I see former"intelligence" officer (of any kind). That's not to say that they may not be sincere but then I wonder how easy it is for these 'tigers to change their stripes'. Is it disinformation wrapped up in a bunch of truth? Is it meant to be a distraction? I don't know. Like you say there is a lot to agree with in the article and you can't really prove he is not preventing false-flags.

"They say that patriotism is the last refuge to which a scoundrel clings. Steal a little and they put you in jail. Steal a lot and then they make you king" ~~Bob Dylan~~

Captain Eric May, leader of Ghost Troop

I too, have had problems trying to determine who is information and who is disinformation. In the past I've wondered a bit about Capt. May -- but I have not yet concluded he is disinformation.

Here's an article written by the editor of the Lonestar Iconoclast showing some of Capt. May's accurate predictions:


Monday, March 03, 2008
By W. Leon Smith

Time To Investigate Houston Is Now

...For five years Captain Eric H. May, our military correspondent, has been warning the Houston area, dense with petrochemical targets, that it is the the nation’s foremost terror target. In this issue of The Iconoclast he turns his attention to the curious campaign of an ultra-secretive naval intelligence officer, Commander Brian Klock, who is seeking the Republican nomination in Texas Congressional District 22, which is the heart of the terror targets zone that Captain May has long identified.

Captain May was the first military expert to analyze the Houston area as the target for "911-2B," the "next 9/11" that official sources and major media constantly remind us is going "to be."

Captain May has asserted that the real danger to the Houston area is not from a contrived terror threat called Al Qaeda, but from sources inside our own government. In his trenchant analyses over the past five years, he has anticipated the dismal course of the Iraqi war at a time when retired officers senior to him were boasting of a war that was already won, or soon to be won. He has been right on the biggest issues before, and in the face of the most highly touted experts.

In the two years that he has been a writer for The Iconoclast, this newspaper has been intimately aware of his analyses and predictions.

Two years ago he predicted to us a major petrochemical event in the Houston area for July 1, 2006. He was accurate to within one day, given the explosion of the Exxon Mobil refinery in the Houston suburb of Baytown, which drove oil to record prices.

~~and more at the Lonestar Iconoclast link~~

Truth is by nature self-evident. As soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surround it, it shines clear. ~~ Mohandas Gandhi~~