Captain Eric H May
August 2006 Reflections
1. The Hidden Draft in Our Schools
2. Introducing Ghost Troop to the Army Inspector General
1. From: Captain May
Sent: Monday, 21 August 2006 1:58 AM
To: Ghost Troop Group
Subject: The Hidden Draft in Our Schools -- A Case Study: Klein High
Dear Ms. Callaway, I hope you'll enjoy my anecdotal essay. As you'll find below the text, I have a new by-line that refers folks to the story about Ghost Troop in the Lone Star Iconoclast. Best regards, CPTMAYThe Hidden Draft in Our SchoolsA Case Study: Klein HighPrologue on a Reckless Recruiting
Last year the big scandal in the Houston-area recruiting racket was Sergeant Thomas Kelt, who threatened those he was recruiting with arrest if they didn't enlist into the Army, thereby giving a new meaning to "impressing potential recruits." http://www.khou.com/news/local/stories/khou050510_mh_militaryrecruits.2602b7752.html
This year the scandal has come back with a vengeance, with reports that the same recruiter who coerced the clueless last year, far from being removed from recruiting, has been promoted -- to be in charge of other recruiters. http://uttm.com/stories/2005/05/10/eveningnews/printable694345.shtml
Top generals are urging the Bush League to pull out of an ill-conceived war in Iraq, which has worn out equipment and burned out personnel to the point that we no longer have a viable back-up military force. Still, no argument seems able to sway the man who urged the Iraqi Resistance to "bring it on" three years ago, when he boasted of victory in the war we have clearly lost.
Like gambling addicts, the inexperienced civilian leadership of the Armed Forces are resolved to chase each loss with more bets -- of other peoples' lives. In the rush to replace discouraged or debilitated GI's, they have lowered all standards in the last three years -- except the age limit, which is steadily rising -- for new enlistees. They have no apparent strategy in mind except making things so bad that there is no way out, and the only choice left is national conscription -- legislation for which is already drawn up, and draft boards for which are already manned.
It's worth an anecdotal antiwar essay to figure out just how deeply our educators are involved in the de facto draft now being used -- until the factual draft can take its place. Anyone looking for an example need go no further than the local high school, chances are, which is exactly what I did.
Klein High, Spring, Texas -- an Overview
It's never hard to find a recruiter at Klein High School. Every day at lunch the prowl the cafeteria like the Marine tandem in Michale Moore's Fahrenheit 911, buddying up to the marginal students who are their focus, giving noogies and bandying nicknames. Impressive to to the impressionable, they are approved and applauded by coaches and counselors, academics and administrators in a Texas school district where, even in '06, employees still proudly display "W '04" bumper stickers.
Indeed, the whole campus has the air of a basic training reception center at times. A year ago the students were rounded up for a back-to-school pep-talk by an Army Ranger, exhorting them to join the front lines of the patriotic effort to subdue the Middle East by joining the infantry -- or all would be lost in the homeland. History teachers propound the virtues of nuking Iran in the classrooms. The Air Force major who runs the Junior ROTC department promises to kick ass on peacenik parents if they bitched about his Reich-wing approach to things, and launches tough-guy tirades about how protesters should be caged. An assistant principal -- a weekend warrior Air Force officer -- serves as the "vital administrative link" to the ROTC program, where military recruiters are even more common than in the school mess hall, a nice touch for a militarized school.
All told, it's a perfect Bush League campus, no doubt about it, run by the middle-class Republicans who voted by a huge margin for Dubya the last two times he ran. Most are utterly in favor of The Global War on Terror -- and not at all put off by the emerging reality that when the Bush League named it "global war" they meant "world war." History calls them to save the homeland, they are programmed to believe, and they are eager to fight forward -- to the last drop of everyone else's blood. They are perfect clones of the cheerleader-in-chief, who used daddy's money and connections to wage his war, too -- from am undeployable country club Air Force Guard unit down the road a way in Ellington Field.
Lest I be labeled one of the peacenik parents in need of "attitude adjustment" by a Klein High's ROTC-Nazi major, I should note that I served in three different decades with the Army, Army Reserve and National Guard, at ranks from buck private to buck sergeant. After I received my commission in 1983, I served in capacities from military intelligence officer to general staff officer. I've been in and out of cavalry and light infantry; opposing forces and public affairs. Making an art form of aggression and athleticism, I'm a tae kwon do instructor.
Still, I don't like it when a whole school district lines up to impress the impressionable students -- into the Army and Marines, all the way to war.
Introducing Myself to Klein High
I moved my family to Klein Independent School District, appropriately, on April Fools Day, 2004, and before the month was out I was pulled into the local infowar. A former teacher-of-the-year myself, within a week of coming to the new neighborhood, I had dropped in on the main office at Klein High, where officials, impressed by my mainstream media credentials, introduced me up with the campus journalism teacher. She was a Lefty, I was told, but a team player just the same.
We met and chatted as we stood in the hallway during her morning off-period. I gave her copies of my Houston Chronicle op-ed war analyses predicting an unwinnable quicksand war in Iraq. The first of these came from the summer of 1992 (less than a year after the end of Desert Storm), and earned me praise for support of President Bush (41); the last of them came from the summer of 2003 (less than a year after the beginning of Iraqi Freedom), and got me blackballed from the mainstream media for lack of support of President Bush (43).
I had only published five war analyses/predictions in my long career with the Chronicle, I explained, each of them lambasted at the time as too radical. Time, though, had borne me out. Four of the five had already been proved true, and the last (a prediction of a petrochemical terror attack in the Houston area) was being rehearsed at the time by the FBI, one of the agencies with whom I was in contact as an expert, along with a slew of lesser-known police entities. All five are published in a cyber-collection as "Published Essays by Captain May" at http://www.geocities.com/onlythecaptain/pub.htm
She was pleased to find a thinking officer who was also a former teacher, she told me, and would eagerly read the op-eds. As we spoke I noticed that, while all the students were in their classrooms, all the teenagers were not. Freshly-minted soldiers, pimple-faced in new uniforms, just returned form Basic Training, were roving about, walking billboards for the Army. She grimaced along with me, and said she needed to return to teaching classes. As I turned to leave she urged me to consider getting back into the classroom myself, since enthusiastic critics of the war were few and far between.
The Conscription of Chris Black
A week later, as I waited to order at the local coffee shop, a young man approached me anxiously and asked me if I'd been in the Army. Given my shaved head and military bearing -- products of decades of soldiering -- I'd heard the question a zillion times, and told him yes. Chris Black was a Klein High student cutting morning classes to be with his girlfriend, who sat anxiously waiting for him at a nearby table, and he told me that he was about to go to the Army, too.
I joined the pair, and found that Chris was oblivious to what he was getting into -- and showed it with his replies to every question I asked him. He didn't know what it meant when I asked him what his specialty would be -- until I assumed the worst and asked if it would be infantry, to which he nodded yes. I asked him if he had heard of Fallujah, the then-new battle beginning in the Sunni Triangle of Death, where GI's were engaged in heavy action. He shook his head no, but replied that his Army recruiter had assured him that the only folks fighting in Iraq now and for the future were the Marines, so he'd be safe. He didn't want to get shot at.
Something in my looks, shifting from amazement at his misinformation to anxiety for his choices, caught on with the two teens, his girlfriend first. She never let go of his hand, which she held between the two of hers, clutching it tightly as if she could thereby hold him back from the quicksand war to which he was being led. Despairing of any reassurance from me, he stated his motives for enlisting: a single-parent home with family debts, and no money for college. The Army promised to solve these problems, and to cause no new ones.
He didn't know whether he had actually enlisted yet (a bit of vagueness in keeping with the rest of the misinformation his recruiter had fed him), and I urged him to find out, and to reconsider the whole thing if he didn't want to fight in a war. I explained to him, in old soldier style, that what he had heard from his recruiter was a case of mind over matter. Any story to get him into service was fine, since they didn't mind -- and he didn't matter.
With that grim bon mot, I walked across the street to Klein High, from which he would be graduating the next month, into the office, and asked the same receptionist I'd met a week before for a pass to see the journalism teacher. Since his girlfriend was one of her journalism students, I figured she'd know Chris, and could make sure that he had serious advice on his predicament.
An Administrative Ambush -- and a Police Posse
The same receptionist who had happily pointed me to the journalism teacher a week before didn't smile this time as she asked me to have a seat and picked up the phone. Two minutes later I didn't have a pass in my hand, I had a posse of three administrators and three campus cops. In the Republican Reich, dissenters -- even expert dissenters like me -- were political enemies, and I was treated like one. The "team player" Lefty journalism teacher who had begged me to teach again had denounced me after she read my work.
Principal Patrick Huff ("Huff-n-Puff" to campus wags) was flush with indignation as he stood behind his police team and exclaimed that he didn't want to be mixed up in any politics, and only became redder when I told him that the recruiters were using his school to con kids like Chris Black into enlistments. The cops held back, one noting aloud that I was a martial arts expert, hand on gun, threatening to write me a criminal trespass citation. I requested that he do so, as I would use it in my story, then he demurred, simply asking if I'd leave the campus or not. I left under escort, police hands on me, though thankfully not in handcuffs.
In infowar as in any kind of war, you have to be able to look forward, and half the secret of that trick is not looking back. For two years I've tried to avoid thinking about Chris Black. For better or worse -- almost certainly for worse -- he has stumbled into mind-over-matter reality. The worst part of thinking of Chris, though, is that it makes me think of Wendy, his girlfriend, clutching his hand between her two shaking hands, looking at me in the coffee shop as if I could bring him back before he went to war. I tried hard, but I couldn't.
God knows how much depleted uranium -- the Agent Orange of this new Vietnam -- he has sucked up, how many bullets he has heard whistle, or how many corpses he has seen and smelled. All of this has likely happened in some degree, in the name of a war that was supposed to be about disarming Saddam of WMD's (which weren't there); then about bringing democracy to Iraq (while we kill tens of thousands); then about stabilizing a nation on the way to civil war (thanks to our invasion). All of this for a war that's really about about US oil ambitions and Israeli geopolitical problems -- as those, like me, who called it that were treated as traitors.
A Principled Teacher vs. an Unscrupulous Principal
While the American education system hunkers down until the coast is clear to ask questions -- any questions -- about a quicksand war that is sucking up its students, there are still individual educators who have taken a brave stand. One such was a Klein English teacher whose son, an Iraq War vet, had brought back enough reality to make willful ignorance impossible for her, and whose husband, a Vietnam veteran, supplied enough historic perspective to make it impossible for her to ignore the historic mistake of this war. She was exactly the kind of enemy of orthodoxy that the Principal Huffs of the Klein school district try to suppress, the kind whose concerns for her students outweigh her concern for her career.
After the last national elections, her students were having a lively discussion about just when US forces would achieve the victory proclaimed in 2003 -- and promised every year since. Her answer to them was stark:
"You haven't listened to what they've been saying out of the White House. They are telling you that it's a generational war, and that means your generation is next. When the soldiers fighting now are used up, they'll need new soldiers, and that means you. If you want to know what this war is really all about, ask me, my son or my husband -- or read Captain May's report on it."
She went to the blackboard and wrote down the link address to what I wrote about the Battle of Baghdad Cover-Up (BOBCUP), which is what happened when military/media propaganda replaced the real blood and guts of the action that took the Iraqi capital in 2003 -- while clueless citizens thought that Private Jessica Lynch was the real story: www.geocities.com/onlythecaptain/
"I'll probably get in trouble for writing this down," she said as she wrote, "but you can't say I didn't warn you."
A Practical Postscript
It's up to parents and teachers to agitate for schools that teach critical thinking and the Constitution, not a follow-the-leader mindset that supports a military-industrial con-job. The place to start, in my mind, is with the idea that reality has been systematically withheld from the public since 911, the better to lead the public to a war that was a cherished dream of Bush League Neocons long before 911 ever happened. With two-thirds of the American People loathing the current president, and fully a third suspecting that the 911 matter was either set up or allowed to happen to bring us into what is now being called World War Three by conservative commentators, the winds are finally shifting back toward national sanity.
Military recruiters should be kept out of our school by school boards, not invited in. If full-grown men with impressive uniforms and glittering medals were to come into our lunch halls, class rooms, auditoriums and functions to try to hustle our daughters into bed, we'd call for cops. Yet we invite the same alluring figures to come and try to hustle our sons -- and daughters -- into war, and call ourselves patriots.
Principled school officials should tell students -- and their parents -- that they can "opt out" of being contacted by recruiters, who nowadays have access to school district student records, thanks to the "No Child Left Behind" rules that relaxed protections our youngsters used to enjoy against being categorized and targeted for recruiter contact. That most parents don't even know about the "Opt Out" clause is a testament to how complicit our school administrators are in the de facto draft scam.
In the current context, the well-off folks of Klein, few of whom ever wore a military uniform, are happy to vicariously express their willingness to die for their country -- through less fortunate folks' kids. It's the ones without college funds and summer camps who form the "target rich environment" among whom recruiters find their recruits. It's all a case of mind over matter.
Captain Eric H. May, MI/PAO, USA
CO, Ghost Troop, 3/7 Cybercav+
Mission of Conscience / Patriots in Action
Captain May announced a mission of conscience and formed Ghost Troop after the Battle of Baghdad cover-up, filing Inspector General complaints with the Dept. of the Army and subordinate commands involved in the cover-up. For more about this unique unit of active and former soldiers, journalists and activists, refer to the story published about them by this week's Lone Star Iconoclast: http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=402&z=52
2. From: Captain May
Sent: Thursday, 17 August 2006 5:20 AM
To: Department of the Army Inspector General
Cc: Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza; The Lone Star Iconoclast - News; HPD-CID
Subject: Army Attempted Assassination of Ghost Troop SFC Donald Buswell (Attn: DA IG)
Introducing Ghost Troop to the Army Inspector GeneralDear General Green,
I am a former Army intelligence and public affairs officer who has spent the three years since the 2003 Battle of Baghdad Cover Up (BOBCUP) on a mission of conscience, as the commander of a cyber-intelligence unit known as Ghost Troop. Today we were a point of conversation on C-SPAN, and Monday we were on the cover of the Lone Star Iconoclast, the famous Texas newspaper with an extensive international and Congressional readership. We have a worldwide reputation in our field, and the Iconoclast story expresses that briefly with its story title: Ghost Troop -- The Art of Info-War.
The story link is: http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=402&z=52
The (PDF) cover link is: http://lonestaricon.com/2006/PDFs/33iconoclast.pdf
This afternoon I spoke with Mr. McFadden, one of your action officers, about my prior contact with your IG's office, Sept. 5, 2003, when I alleged a cover up by the Army in the matter of the Battle of Baghdad. Mr. McFadden pointed out that your office had directed me to follow up with Army Public Affairs, and I have done so -- repeatedly -- via email, letters and phone calls to several officials, most prominently to director Paul Boyce. In all cases I have been stonewalled or lied to; in no case has there been any formal or informal reply.
Shortly after I initiated that IG complaint, Chase Untermeyer, a long-time friend and my best man, joined Ghost Troop as unit chaplain. Given that he had previously been the Asst. Secretary of the Navy (Reagan administration) and Bush 41 Transition Team Leader, Ghost Troop was duly honored. Even more impressive, he remained chaplain of the unit throughout the events that bring me to file this complaint, even after Bush 43 appointed him ambassador to Qatar in the summer of 2004. He remained my chaplain until I relieved him from his duties on Memorial Day, 2006.
Introducing Ghost Troop Sergeant First Class Buswell
In early 2006, SFC Donald Buswell, a Fifth Army intelligence NCO, became aware of our contrarian counter-terror analysis and activities, in which we have worked in tandem with the Houston Police Department and various Southeast Texas small city departments, asserting the premise that many of the strange petrochemical explosions in SE Texas were acts of official sabotage. SFC Buswell and I spoke at length about the situation, and his depth of experience (nearly two decades) along with his patriotism (he is a decorated Iraq war veteran) impressed me greatly, along with his deep Christian faith, which led him serve as a missionary in his pre-Army youth.
Ambassador Untermeyer was fully aware of our work in this area, since the first time we analyzed and predicted such an event was three weeks prior to the 3/30/2004 explosion at British Petroleum, Texas City, during his Ghost Troop chaplaincy. He is a key witness to our techniques and our success in that mission, as was Houston Police Department CID Sergeant John Karshner, who worked with me nearly daily in the lead-up to the event. Ghost Troop had additional successful predictions of the 7/28/2005 explosion of the same BP facility (predicted four weeks in advance); we were spot-on in predicting that there would be US DoD nuclear forces operating in the Texas City area on 1/31/06, something we were able to anticipate by two weeks, but which neither the Texas City media nor HPD CID knew about at all.
SFC Buswell followed our work (which is open to the public) in the Texas City nuke matter, and started a process of evaluation -- of Ghost Troop through our former and ongoing writings, interviews and publications, and of me directly through correspondence. He joined the unit -- which operates via Yahoo! user groups -- in April, 2006, and soon afterward was part of our efforts to alert the American People to "Chicago 911" exercises that had been set up in secret for May 2-4. Those exercises were only announced to the public the day after we caught Internet rumors of them, which I confirmed via Illinois and Indiana National Guard public affairs officers, and Chicago police public information officers.
The Near-Lethal Exxon-Mobil Mission
On May 13, 2006, SFC Buswell alerted me to a terror event in Exxon-Mobil's Beaumont headquarters -- and to the apparent attempt by the FBI to suppress the matter. In the following days I alerted Ambassador Untermeye, sharing emails sent me by SFC Buswell as proof that my information was informed. I queried SFC Buswell about his motives for sharing information with me, and he made it clear to me -- then and repeatedly afterward -- that he was acting out of conscience, and in accordance with his oath to defend America, even if the enemies he perceived were domestic
My email/article to Ambassador Untermeyer was published internationally:
http://www.adelaideinstitute.org/Dissenters1/Toben/toben_may5.htm I knew that in taking this step I had exposed both SFC Buswell and myself to possible retaliation or assassination by those whom I suspected in a staged terror set up.
One week later, SFC Buswell nearly died from a pulmonary embolism, leading me to write another international article, again posted to Ambassador Untermeyer, dealing with the topic of Army whistle-blowers (or possible whistle-blowers), along with political enemies of the current administration, whom I thought to have been assassinated. It was in this article that I relieved "Chaplain Chase" (our Ghost Troop nickname for Ambassador Untermeyer) from his position among my Ghost Troop command: http://www.adelaideinstitute.org/Dissenters1/Toben/toben_may7.htm
Although I didn't know what had happened to SFC Buswell over the April 20-21 weekend (as he was incommunicado at Ft. Sam Houston's hospital), my own intelligence background gave me the intuition to take action that shows I was in tune with the realities. On Monday morning, April 22, I visited the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, where my legal counsel and I met with the legal staff of Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza, whom I presented with copies of such information as had been relayed to me by SFC Buswell: http://www.thebirdman.org/Index/Temp/Temp-FalseFlagHighAlert-JamesB.htm
To bring my relations with my former Ghost Troop Chaplain, Ambassador Untermeyer, up to date, he is doing fine. He was in our home town of Houston on July 11, 2006 -- and phoned me repeatedly over the next two days to set up a get-together. I was busy with analysis and writing at the time, and candidly, I didn't feel comfortable leaving my home during what was clearly (to those of us in Ghost Troop) the beginning phase of a war, perhaps a world war -- especially after what had happened to SFC Buswell. I noted the ambassador's invitation in an article published 7/12/06 in Al-Jazeerah.info, one of my many international carriers:
As the last article makes clear, Ambassador Untermeyer and I had corresponded about my concern that there would be an attempt in early July to set up another petrochemical event. Our prediction date of 7/1/06 was wrong by one day, with Exxon-Mobil, Baytown, exploding on 7/2/06. Absent SFC Buswell's efforts to clue Ghost Troop in to the dangers of an Exxon-Mobil incident seven weeks earlier, I doubt we would have predicted and warned against the incident, and I believe that many American lives would have been lost. Further, I believe that the staged terror incident would have resulted in a dire escalation of the Mideast war.
Fifth Army's Retaliations against SFC Buswell
At the beginning of this month, 5th Army initiated a 15-6 investigation against SFC Buswell, the gist of which is that his relaying of information to Ghost Troop, his participation in the unit and his view that there were arranged events going on -- and in danger of going on still -- constituted disloyalty to the Army and nation. In light of what has happened to date, I believe the 15-6 investigation is being used as an instrument of retaliation against SFC Buswell.
Further, I believe that the pulmonary embolism from which he nearly died one week after giving me vital, probably life-saving information, was an assassination attempt. I note here that induced pulmonary embolism is indeed a common method of assassination, and that at Ft. Sam Houston, the home of the Army medical branch, there would be no shortage of means and expertise to carry it out.
I have been publishing a good amount of terror analysis in the Lone Star Iconoclast in the last two months, and my work describes the reasons I believe Southeast Texas is being set up for a staged terror event -- the thesis that led SFC Buswell to endanger his career and his life to help me stop a possible Exxon-Mobil set-up. I note that Southeast Texas lies within the administrative area of Fifth Army, and suspect their complicity in every Southeast Texas petrochemical explosion that Ghost Troop has predicted.
The Iconoclast first published my concern for the Southeast Texas "target area" on 6/26/06, a full week before the Exxon-Mobil explosion of 7/2/06: http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=248&z=37 The Iconoclast, interested in my analytic model, later published the full counter-terror missions of Ghost Troop: http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=318&z=44
Conclusion and Emphatic Request for Assistance
My current concerns are both for SFC Buswell and for the nation. I note that two of the last four explosions in the Southeast Texas target zone have occurred within two days of the last two space shuttle launches, and Ghost Troop predicted both of those events well in advance. The next shuttle launch is scheduled for 8/28/06, and we are anxious about that date, which I have already highlighted in my most recent published analysis with the Iconoclast.
It isn't' an easy matter to accuse the leaders of your country of criminal intent, from setting up terror events to setting up those who try to stop them, and it's not something I do lightly. Had it not been for officers like those of DA Public Affairs, urging me to announce my mission as one of conscience, I would likely have avoided such controversial areas and accusations. Having been alerted to my duty by brother officers, though, I shall not fail to see it through.
To end as I began, Ambassador Untermeyer has served under my command in Ghost Troop, volunteering just as SFC Buswell did, and has been part of a Ghost Troop mission to publicize the danger of a staged terror attack in 2004 -- just as SFC Buswell was part of a similar mission in 2006. It is hard to believe that the forme Asst. Secretary of the Navy and current ambassador to Qatar, who sits at the table with the top generals in CENTCOM and understand military duty implicitly, could have been improper in his Ghost Troop activities, and that SFC Buswell can be wrong.
I urgently request your reply as soon as possible on the matters of SFC Buswell and the possible criminal activity of Fifth Army, both against SFC Buswell and the American People. The danger we perceived is growing, not diminishing, as the fortunes of the current administration deteriorate, and something that would "energize" the public becomes more and more desirable.
Captain Eric H. May, MI/PAO, USA
CO, Ghost Troop, 3/7 Cybercav+
Mission of Conscience / Patriots in Action
PS: I regret that the last time I dealt with the Army Inspector General's office resulted in an endless run-around, in which the IG sent me to Army Public Affairs, which evaded and prevaricated. Accordingly, I find it necessary to post this message to an interested public through my international network of mainstream and alternative media. I hope this irregularity causes you no concern. At this point my own concerns are for the public good, not administrative niceties.
Archbishop Fiorenza,Assassination & the Houston 911-2BCaptain May, 23 August 2006 9:53 PM
Foreword to a Friendly JournalistI don't know if I noted it in our conversation yesterday about the attempted assassination of Sergeant First Class Donald Buswell, but I was put under death-threat by Ft. Stewart officials for looking into the Battle of Baghdad Cover-up on May 14, 2003. What happened to SFC Buswell is in keeping with the kind of thing they've been saying from the beginning that they were willing to do. My wife was death-threatened during the winter of 2004, as I was beginning to work to stop the 3/30/2004 attempt at a British Petroleum, Texas City 911-2B.Incidentally, my letter to the Army Inspector General, Lieutenant General Green, has been published at Al-Jazeerah.info. As it provides most of the background on the attempt of SFC Buswell's life, I'm glad to see it in the public domain: http://www.aljazeerah.info/Opinion%20editorials/2006%20Opinion%20Editorials/August/17%20o/US%20Army%20Attempted%20Assassination%20of%20Ghost%20Troop%20SFC%20Donald%20Buswell%20By%20Captain%20Eric%20H.%20May.htmSFC Buswell has become a widely known soldier for his heroic willingness to stand up to the 911 lies of the Bush League, and is now featured in a Lone Star Iconoclast article, published 8/21/06 as "Under Fire! U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst Targeted For Suggesting New Independent 911 Investigation" -- http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=426&z=54.The Houston-Galveston Catholic Church Cover-upThe Jesuit Order performed an emergency baptism for me because they thought my assassination likely when I re-entered the infowar on 7/11/05, right after the London bombings of 7/7/05 made it clear to me that my 7/27/05 prediction of a nuke in the Houston area was on track and likely. You'll remember that BP, Texas City again blew one day after my prediction date -- the record of which is at http://www.cloakanddagger.de/media/Captain%20May/capt1.htmFr. James Marshall (SJ) performed the baptism in the Sagrado Corazon church of El Paso, with the permission of Fr. Raphael Garcia (SJ), his provincial. Our editor friend has the certificate of baptism -- as do many others. If you would like to make it clear that I had grave (and ecclesiastically recognized) assassination anxiety, I encourage a call to these priests -- though I think it likely they've been silenced by higher ecclesiastic authority.Likewise, the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston can't deny my meeting with them on 4/22/06 -- two days after (unknown to me at the time), SFC Buswell nearly died from the pulmonary embolism that I believe was induced to silence him. I provided the archdiocesan legal staff with documentation of SFC Buswell's (and my) concern for an attempted Exxon-Mobil 911-2B attempt. I provided them a copy of my baptism as well, and made it clear to them that both SFC Buswell and I were in grave danger. For three months now they have ignored my repeated pleas for assistance to protect the SE Texas target zone that he and I have identified, and have been indifferent to the ongoing dangers SFC Buswell and I face in protecting the lives of others.As I brought counsel with me to the meeting, I can provide confirmation of the description of it I've provided, even if the archdiocese tries to deny it. The most recent contacts I've made at the archdiocese are with Annette Gonzales Taylor, the Communications Director; and Eric Noriega, the editor of the Texas Catholic Herald (both in the CC's).Knowing that officials -- church officials included -- often hide from their duty, I made sure to make all my contacts with the archdiocese matters of record. I refer you to the "Houston Terror Inquest": http://ca.groups.yahoo.com/group/Houston-Terror-Inquest/?yguid=167912775I began this inquest on 5/17/06 -- three days before the attempted assassination of SFC Buswell, and five days before my meeting with the archdiocesan legal staff -- because of the information SFC Buswell had provided. The message index is open to the public, and the first messages give you a good understanding of just how perilous I thought this part of our work would be. Please view htttp://ca.groups.yahoo.com/group/Houston-Terror-Inquest/message/4, in which I specifically address the likelihood of my death as a consequence of my work to protect the archdiocesan flock.Predictions of Assassination before the Attempt of SFC BuswellEven before SFC Buswell's near-assassination, I had initiated similar inquests after attempts to enact the 911-2B event in Texas City (1/31/06) and Chicago (5/2-4/06). Both of these were begun with a declaration that should I die in the course of the inquest, it would be assassination. I believe you will find the "Description" on the front page of each (next to my photo) to be of high interest:Texas City Inquest: http://ca.groups.yahoo.com/group/Texas-City-Nuclear-Inquest/ Here's the pertinent quote:"This command archive will contain evidence and testimony related to the matter of the Nuclear 911 and the attempt to enact it in Texas City, Texas. It is, like all of Capt. May's work, part of a mission of conscience, in keeping with the training given him in four decades of military service. The inquest -- and its pending conclusions -- are rendered as a guideline for future actions to detect and punish the high treason of the Bush Regime. In the event of Capt. May's assassination while performing his necessary mission of conscience, the parties implicated by the inquest should be reckoned as complicit in his murder, as well as the attempted mass murder of the citizens of Texas City, Texas."Chicago 911 Inquest: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Chicago911inquest/?yguid=167912775 Here's the pertinent quote:"The goal of this inquest will be to ascertain whether high treason has been planned against the people of Chicago, Illinois and the USA in the form of a Chicago 911, and whether the May 2-4 exercises were planned to further the goal of that high treason. In the event of Capt. May's assassination in the course of his mission of conscience, it is his final request that this be taken into account by those who finally bring the Bush Administration to justice."Condemnation of a ConspiracyI believe these details help flesh out the picture of the non-action by the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston in a time of peril. The whole hierarchy has responded to this crisis as it reacted to the priest/pedophilia crisis: by covering up, no matter what the cost to its congregation.I am aggrieved that things went so far without a shred of character being shown by the archdiocese. Given that Archbishop Fiorenza was the "911 Bishop" as the president of the National Council of Bishops in 2001, a cynic could take the view that the failure of his archdiocese to do anything about the "next 911" of 911-2B isn't so coincidental at all. He was born in the very Beaumont where SFC Buswell and I detected and warned his staff of an Exxon-Mobil 911-2B set up, and he presides over the Texas City and Houston Metro Areas that have repeatedly involved in the 911-2B attempts recently documented in my widely published Ghost Troop mission 911-2B history: http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=318&z=44If you want to know the full extent of my attempts to get the archdiocese to protect the lives of its flock and SFC Buswell (and my own), simply google "Archbishop Fiorenza Ghost Troop Captain May." I note that his archdiocesan legal staff told me to "go for it" if I thought there was a conspiracy or a cover-up -- and the whole archdiocese has been acting as if it were engaged in a conspiracy and cover up ever since.Best regards,Captain Eric H. May, MI/PAO, USA
CO, Ghost Troop, 3/7 Cybercav+Mission of Conscience / Patriots in ActionPS: Should you want to know more about me and Ghost Troop, I refer you to this week's Lone Star Iconoclast, where Ghost Troop and I are the cover story: http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=402&z=52
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