HOUSTON, 11/11/10 (Veterans Day) — With Netanyahu in the United States during a hastily announced nuclear national level exercise and nuclear emergencies occurring after his arrival, the readership of my false flag analysis shot up from 322,000 Saturday morning to over 400,000 on Sunday night, according to Google.
The single article that shifted the most was Who is Captain May?, written by a skillful intelligence operative working to prop up Israeli interests in the Terror War. He or she uses irony in going by “Arabesque”, when “Israel-esque” would be accurate. Its a strong indicator that the fifth column in the United States is passing around a document emphatically enough to bring it from number 30 on Google listings for “Captain Eric H. May” a few days ago to number 3 today. I suspect that my efforts to preempt a nuclear version of their merciless attack on the USS Liberty have been successful.
Atop the detailed Who is Captain May? there is a short summary of me as:
I answer the four accusations by referring both my American and Israeli readership to my most recent article, which seems to have generated the sudden interest in me. In it they will find that:
I do indeed do cryptanalysis on the numerology employed by the Kabbalah and Freemasonsry interests that created and continue the the Terror War. I provide mainstream media links to support my involvement in several false flag interdiction missions. All of them involved numerology, focus on Jewish motives and stick to the presumption that the next 9/11 is an absolute necessity for their war interests:
Islamic Intelligence seems very much like CIA/Mossad operation. I suspect that it is meant to set the stage for an accusation of disloyalty after the next 9/11. This article is a classic, and outlines the most powerful argument I could muster:
9/11 Was Good for Us! — The Case against Israel, Captain May, http://islamic-intelligence.blogspot.com/2008/04/911-was-good-for-us-case-against-israel.html.
Whoever posted the article did me a great favor, and this is a fine time to say thanks.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with comments and suggestions. Captain May, a disabled veteran, spent five years conducting Opposing Forces (OPFOR) exercises. His army qualifications include military intelligence; public affairs; and nuclear, biological and chemical warfare. The former NBC editorial writer’s essays have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Houston Chronicle and Military Intelligence Magazine.