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Jewish Zionist Alert:

King David's Day

By Captain Eric H. May

Al-Jazeerah, CCUN, July 27, 2010


Before you shoot angry email at the publishers of this article, consider the reason they let you read it:

America is at risk from an insidious terrorist nation. Does this seem like a bit of wording straight out of Fox News? So be it. Sometimes the most exciting news comes from the most unexpected sources ...

"Fox News: Israeli Spyring", Fall 2001,

Carl Cameron's four-part investigative series is compelling journalism, and exposes Israeli fingerprints all over 9/11. Fox pulled it down from its website shortly after it aired, offering no explanation. Good thing the Internet had copied and could post it. After the Fox report, consider these words of warning from the U.S. Army, published the day before 9/11 about the Israeli Mossad intelligence agency: "Wildcard. Ruthless and cunning. Has capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act."

 "U.S. troops would enforce peace under Army study," Washington Times, 9/10/2001,

Afterward, take a look at this:

Report: Netanyahu says 9/11 terror attacks good for Israel", Haaretz, 4/16/08,

Speaking of the Israeli prime minister, read what the British had to say about him:

"British anger at terror celebration", The Times, 7/20/06,

Is it really so far a stretch to be alert to Jewish terror? Really? To be perfectly honest about it, had this article been headlined with "Muslim  terror" or "Arab terror," would it have seemed strange at all? "I don't care if Americans think we're running the news media, Hollywood, Wall Street or the government. I just care that we get to keep running them."

"How Jewish is Hollywood?", LA Times, 12/19/08,

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Captain Eric H. May Intelligence Editor The Lone Star Iconoclast HOUSTON.

Captain May, a former army general staff officer and later NBC editorial writer, is the founder and commander of Ghost Troop Cyber Militia, an all American group of veterans and activists. CNN did a widely read "hit" story against them a year ago, which helped the unit to recruit more Internet activists:

"Some suspect conspiracy in Holocaust Museum case," CNN, 6/16/2009,




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