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Baghdad’s Neutron Bomb and America’s Nuclear Obama


Two weeks ago Truth Frequency Network published these photos in the story Micro nuke used in Baghdad?, with the superscript, "In Gunny G’s blog there is an article that is mind blowing. It makes this photo look legit." The article, an interview last year with the Ghost Troop CO, is below.

 

Introducing Captain Eric H. May, Ghost Troop CO

BOBCUP

April 9, 2011 — Few people have heard of the Battle of Baghdad, which ended eight years ago today, let alone its cover-up. They might remember Iraq’s information minister, Mohammad Saeed al-Sahhaf, warning of a surprise awaiting invading U.S. troops if they attacked Saddam International Airport. Later, al-Sahhaf claimed that the Iraqi Republican Guard had slaughtered U.S. troops, and was in control of the entire facility. His claims were mostly true, but were effectively countered by a U.S. military-media campaign of evasions and distortions that switched the subject from the airport action to Private Jessica Lynch, while ridiculing al-Sahhaf as Baghdad Bob.

What came to be called the Battle of Baghdad Cover-Up (BOBCUP) was an illegal deception of the American people, as well as a desecration of the military men who fought and died, only to be pushed into the memory hole by their leaders. Captain Eric H. May, a former U.S. Army intelligence and public affairs officer, was outraged. He responded by declaring himself to be self-activated on a mission of conscience, then investigated and confirmed BOBCUP. Next, he reported his findings to both the Army Inspector General and the mainstream media, only to discover that both were complicit in the cover-up.

He soon realized that the entire U.S. establishment was waging a criminal global war and erecting a criminal homeland state, and he honored his military oath “to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic” by forming and assuming command of Ghost Troop, a cyber-intelligence unit named to honor the ghosts from the Battle of Baghdad. Before long the unit had several hundred members, including veterans of all services, including a former Assistant Secretary of the Navy. *

Initially, Ghost Troop’s mission was to penetrate the propaganda of the mainstream media, government and military; and to provide the American people with the essential military information being withheld from them.

9/11-2B

Shortly after the Madrid bombing of 3/11, 2004, Ghost Troop determined that it had been a terror operation carried out by the pro-war Spanish government, then blamed on Arabs in an attempt to turn the war-weary Spanish people into pro-war hawks, just days before national elections. Ghost Troop also saw 9/11, which had kindled U.S. war fever, as false flag terror. Finally, they agreed that the U.S. government was routinely telling the public that there was going to be another 9/11 because it meant to carry it out. With grim humor, Ghost Troop began to refer to this future false flag as 9/11-2B. Using their military and media savvy to interdict 9/11-2B became their second mission, and consumed most of their efforts.

Those who know Captain May well consider his mission of conscience to be the stuff of legend. In 2008 The Lone Star Iconoclast in Texas demanded that Congress investigate his uncanny ability to warn the Internet about false flag dangers. He has forecast petrochemical explosions in Southeast Texas six times, each of them possibly an averted false flag attack. In 2006 he exposed a U.S. WMD team that had infiltrated the Texas City refinery area, forcing the local politicians, press and would-be perpetrators to collaborate on a propaganda piece with a dismissive title, but damning details.

There is a growing clamor in the 9/11 truth and patriot movements for Congress to award him the nation’s highest military honor. Dr. James H. Fetzer, a former USMC officer and founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, gave voice to many with his glowing accolade:

“This is a completely brilliant and fully justified recommendation, which I wholeheartedly support. I have not admired anyone during my life as much as I have Captain May. He is a superb analyst and remarkable human being.”

Iconoclast publisher W. Leon Smith credits him with saving the Republic from 9/11-2B with his leadership of Ghost Troop.

Captain May was a vibrant man, a martial arts expert, when he started Ghost Troop. In 2006, after three years of threats from the military, the FBI, et al., he was stricken with ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Despite the advanced condition of his illness, the now-paralyzed veteran agreed to an interview.

Captain May doing PT with Ghost Troop at Camp Casey, August 22, 2005. The UPI photo, which appeared on front pages worldwide, has since been sent to the memory hole. Within a month Grandmaster Yong Kyu Yu, May's teacher, noticed that he was weakening.

 

Interviewing Captain Eric H. May, Ghost Troop CO

Antiwar Warrior?

B.J. Sabri: In a 2004 email to Susan Elan of The Journal News, you wrote, “I am pleased see that the antiwar is joining the infowar.” You sound like an antiwar activist. If you really are an antiwar military man, why did you take part in a war that you may have known was based on lies?

Captain May: I was no longer a serving soldier on 9/11, or during the ensuing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. I accepted the official propaganda until the Battle of Baghdad Cover-Up (BOBCUP). After that I became a critic of the wars and the motives behind them.

War Crime and Punishment

BJ: You say, “War is just homicide on a national scale.” Homicide against whom, U.S. military personnel, who are the aggressors, or the people of Iraq, who were attacked? Furthermore, the word homicide sounds ordinary. Why not call it premeditated mass murder? Whatever you call it, the war criminals who planned and carried it out likely will go unpunished. Does this mean the United States government and military are above the law?

Capt. May: No. I realize that my phrase “war is just homicide on a national scale” is cold-blooded, but it’s a professional military man’s objectivity. I agree with you that moral judgments must be made, and elsewhere I’ve judged the Global War on Terror quite harshly. In an Al Jazeerah essay I wrote that the American people have been duped into war crimes, and called for the punishment of our leaders.

Whistleblower Jesse Macbeth

Kim Petersen: I first became acquainted with you when you responded to Dissident Voice pulling an article on allegations of U.S. military atrocities in Iraq by a purported Army Ranger, Jesse Macbeth. Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) disavowed Macbeth, and his claims of service were questioned. Lacking substantiation of his claims, DV pulled the article, and other media outlets followed suit. You decried this as a “hideous failure of American journalism.” Do you still see Macbeth as a victim of swiftboating?

Capt. May: Yes, Jesse Macbeth is a perfect example of a crucial dissident voice who had both courage and a vital message. Just before the swiftboat attacks began, an Arab-American TV show host, Dr. Hesham Tillawi of Current Issues, asked me to review the Macbeth interview. It sounded credible to me, a veteran of four different decades of military service. Macbeth was specific in terminology, tactics and training; and he was familiar with Middle East geography, lifestyle, and attitude. There had already been two local Arizona mainstream media stories about him as a war veteran, neither previously challenged, and he had been drawing benefits from the Veterans Administration.

When IVAW failed to support him, it was because administrator Amanda Braxton, a lifelong civilian, had caved in to the best swiftboating attack since the presidential election of 2004. It was led by men whose records in special operations, propaganda and Republican war rallying made them seem more like mercenaries than media. When I interviewed Braxton, she admitted that she had been frightened into turning on Macbeth. Further, she mentioned that his IVAW cohorts never doubted that he was a war veteran.

Given my familiarity with the military system, I made calls all the way to the top level of the Army, requesting confirmation of claims that Macbeth had never seen the war, and found that the Army didn’t want to comment. Macbeth was attacked simply because he said that we were using SS-style tactics against Muslims.

The alternative media chickened out on a crucial story, allowing the mainstream media and political establishment to cover it up. I wrote an article about it before moving on to other critical stories.

The Battle of Baghdad

KP: I had heard about the Battle of Baghdad at the airport from my colleague BJ Sabri, where reportedly U.S. troops had suffered many losses, but you are the first person I know to have reported about it online. You wrote that it was kept from public consciousness, “hidden under the distraction story of Private Jessica Lynch.” The Battle of Baghdad still has not emerged into public consciousness. Why do you think this is so?

Capt. May: In Ghost Troop, we never left the cover-up unchallenged. In early April of 2007, as the fourth anniversary of the Battle of Baghdad approached, The Lone Star Iconoclast published an interview with me, updating my research on the cover-up. A few days later Al Jazeera published an interview with Iraqi General Mohammed Al-Rawi, who had commanded Saddam’s forces at the airport. A few weeks later the U.S. Congress held hearings about media and military failure to report the truth from Iraq and Afghanistan, especially in the cases of Pvt. Jessica Lynch and Cpl. Pat Tillman.

I believe that Ghost Troop and The Iconoclast gave Al Jazeera and Congress the encouragement they needed to do as much as they did. I believe that the continuing cover-up by the mainstream and alternative media demonstrates that they are in large part controlled by the same pro-war establishment that has orchestrated everything, from 9/11 to the present, to turn the American dream of security into the Muslim nightmare of invasion.

Popular with Camp Casey revolutionaries, Captain May explains his Cloak and Dagger radio broadcast on July 28, 2005, in which he ordered a U.S. coup d'etat during a BP/NASA Texas City attack.

 

Neutron Bombing Baghdad

BJ: There were many published emails that you wrote where you argue the public’s right to know the truth about the Battle of Baghdad. Since you were a witness to history, and since many accounts confirm that the U.S. used a neutron bomb to the end the battle, I ask you: Did the U.S. use a neutron bomb?

Capt. May: When the Battle of Baghdad occurred, I was at home in Texas, watching events on CNN. At that point I knew that something catastrophic had happened in Saddam International Airport, but I had no idea that it was something nuclear. Over the next couple of years I received many reports from both Arab and Western witnesses who said that we had used a neutron warhead. It wasn’t until I joined the antiwar Camp Casey in 2005, though, that I spoke with numerous witnesses together. They included Army and Marine veterans of the Battle of Baghdad, Arab witnesses and journalists. All their accounts, taken together, convinced me that we had used a neutron bomb. Gen. Al-Rawi confirmed this in his Al Jazeera interview.

Bushmen and Zionazis

BJ: In your Philippic contra George W. Bush, from your 2003 report to Congress, you suggested that he should articulate this message to the nation after the Battle of Baghdad began:

We will not rest until the mission for which they gave their lives is accomplished. We will not stop until we have vanquished tyranny and terror abroad, and brought our heroes home. That will be our tribute to the fallen. God Bless America, Garry Owen, and goodnight.

To me, you kept George Bush’s essence, but just embellished the rhetoric. Can you explain?

Capt. May: It’s likely that Bush himself read my words, since we shared some acquaintances. In the philippic, I attacked him as a lying coward, and to drive the point home I wrote the words that I would have written for him had I been his speechwriter at the time of the Battle of Baghdad. At that point I still made no judgment about whether or not the war in Iraq was legal or illegal. I was just chiding him for not having enough guts to admit facts.

I was writing rhetoric, of course, by putting the best face on the facts as I then believed them to be. Please bear in mind that I was slamming the most powerful man on earth at a time when he had shown himself to be tyrannical and murderous. Anyone who writes a philippic must worry that it will be a fatal act of defiance. A couple of days after I wrote mine, political dissidents in the U.S. and U.K. began to be assassinated. It was the topic of a recent article about them and me.

BJ: What do you think now about the endless wars of what many experts contend is a Zionist-controlled United States government?

Capt. May: I guess I would have to call myself one of those cynical experts. The United States has become a golem, mindlessly carrying out proxy wars for Zionists. Until we awaken as a nation to Israel’s machinations and manipulations against our interests, we shall be in great danger, and we shall be a great danger to the rest of the world.

Nuclear Obama and 9/11-2B

KP: 9/11 provided a pretext for the so-called War on Terror, and Ghost Troop has been vigilant in defending against another 9/11. Does an Obama government affect the need for such vigilance?

Capt. May: Not in the least. In his first year in office, Obama has demonstrated conclusively that he is a puppet for the war cabal. He needs another 9/11-style event to re-energize the dictatorial Homeland and the imperial Global War, which are nothing more than euphemisms for “Vaterland” and “World War.” In Ghost Troop we use an operational codename for this required next 9/11: We call it “9/11-2B” — the 9/11 that the establishment assures us is going “to be.” Just a month ago Obama’s intelligence officials were projecting 9/11-2B in 3 to 6 months. The way we look at it, that means this puppet president wants to set up such an attack before the Congressional elections. Recent emphasis on cyber operations is an indicator that 9/11-2B will entail an attack on the Internet, the only remaining free medium and the greatest impediment to totalitarian rule in the United States.

Tyrants and Terrorists

BJ: Do you really think that these wars are about tyranny and terror? In wider sense, do you think it is about time that the American people stop doing whatever their rulers incite them to do?

Capt. May: I think that these wars are about tyranny and terror, the tyranny and terror of psychopaths who have seized power in the West. They intend to do far worse deeds than they have done. The only way we can stop them is by doing what you suggest: awakening the American people to the perils of being misled by perfidious leaders and an evil establishment. I am proud to be, like you, among the dissident voices engaged in this historic struggle, in which we have transformed the Internet into the printing press of the New American Revolution.

* Ambassador Chase Untermeyer, a rare friend of both Eric May and George HW Bush, volunteered to serve as the Ghost Troop chaplain, thereby earning the GT nickname of Chaplain Chase. He was a unit member, 2003 – 2006. The GT staff considered him to be a double agent, useful to GT if left in place and out of the loop. The unit’s BOBCUP Report contains most of his 2003 correspondence with the captain.

References:

Instructor Eric H. May of Flying Dragon Tae Kwon Do

  1. Micro nuke used in Baghdad?, Truth Frequency Network, March 27, 2011
  2. Private Jessica Lynch, the media and the military, BOBCUP Report, July 29, 2003
  3. Time To Investigate Houston Is Now, The Lone Star Iconoclast, March 5, 2008
  4. The Texas Triangle: Terror and Treason, The Lone Star Iconoclast, October 24, 2007
  5. Nuclear Attack Warning Story Dismissed, Galveston County Daily News, February  2, 2006
  6. Captain Eric H. May Deserves Congressional Medal of Honor, The Lone Star Iconoclast, February 2, 2010
  7. Ghost Troop Introduction, America Filed Books,  December 21, 2003
  8. Email to Susan Elan of The Journal News,  BOBCUP Report, November 12, 2004
  9. Hamdan vs. Rumsfeld:Geneva Conventions now, Nuremberg Principles later, Al Jazeerah, July 3, 2006
  10. Battle of Baghdad Cover-Up Four Years Later, The Lone Star Iconoclast, April 2, 2007
  11. US accused of using neutron bombs, Al Jazeera, April 9, 2007
  12. Tillmans, Jessica Lynch to testify on Hill, Army Times, April 23, 2007
  13. Philippic contra George W. Bush, BOBCUP Report, July 15, 2003
  14. Captain Courageous Witnessed: Dr. Kelly Assassinated!, The Lone Star Iconoclast, December 10, 2009
  15. Jesse Macbeth Interview, May 28, 2006
  16. Updating a War Crime Witness: Jesse Macbeth, Political Research, June 5, 2006
  17. BP 7/28 Nuke Plan vs. U.S. Officers Coup, The Lone Star Iconoclast, August 2, 2010
  18. Appointment of Chase Untermeyer as Ghost Troop Chaplain, BOBCUP Report, August 28, 2003
  19. BOBCUP Report (Volumes I – IV), 2003
  20. Captain Eric H. May Index, America First Books, 2003 – Present

Endnote: This interview was originally published by Dissident Voice, on February 24, 2012, as Combating the Disinformation, Psyops, and Cover-ups of the US Military. It was conducted via email by Kim Petersen, co-editor of Dissident Voice, and B. J. Sabri, an Iraqi-American antiwar activist.

Captain May

Captain Eric H. May is a former Army NCO and officer, with specialties in nuclear, biological and chemical warfare, military intelligence and public affairs. He is also a former NBC editorial writer who has published widely, from Military Intelligence Magazine to The Wall Street Journal. After the invasion of Iraq he undertook a mission of conscience, joining other informed veterans to form Ghost Troop. Since 2004 they have operated to prevent the next 9/11 (9/11/2B). In recognition of their successes and sacrifices, in 2010 The Lone Star Iconoclast published the editorial "Captain Eric H. May Deserves Medal of Honor."

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25 Responses to "Baghdad’s Neutron Bomb and America’s Nuclear Obama"

  1. CPT MAY  April 14, 2011 at 8:57 pm

    Email from Ron Haas, yesterday:

    Sorry to hear about the 3/7 Calvary, and the airport massacre. It seems like history always repeats itself. Man always seems to study war, but does he ever really learn anything from it? We make sure our officers go to West Point or whatever academy, but the commander in chief is usually an egotistical lawyer.

    Our news media doesn’t really give you all the news, and the money for the Pentagon budget keeps growing and growing. Bush made tax-cuts for the rich while he launched this new war on terror, in which anyone in the country can be labeled a domestic terrorist. Our news media is a propaganda machine that is out of control, just like everything else in the country.

    It seems like 10 or 12 years ago we had it going right. Since 9/11 and the towers going down, it seems we have entered a new era of socialism. And it is not good for our youth, or for old farts like me who only have social security.

    I think we need to build monuments to honor our dead when tragedies like what you informed me about occur. That way the next generation can study and learn.

  2. Dale R. Suiter  April 14, 2011 at 11:33 am

    Come on folks! I believe Baghdad Airport is in use today. Secretaries of Defense, Presidents, Vice Presidents and very senior officers transit it all the time. I know many men who have transited the same airport. None report any radiation issues.

    Use of a tactical nuclear weapon vicinity of Baghdad Airport would leave an extensive radioactive signature – physically impossbile to cover up.

    Know too there are Iraq, Afghan and Vietnam Vets proud of their service who do not support anti-military organizations including Vietnam Veterans Against the War and Iraq Veterans Against the War.

    The Armed Forces implements national policy. What national policy is to be is a civilian, not a military issue.

    Dale R. Suiter

    • CPT MAY  April 14, 2011 at 8:14 pm

      CPT Suiter, you really need to do research. This would keep you from losing credibility when pushing misinformed opinion as if it were knowledge.

      To become aware of the realities of Baghdad’s airport, check out this 8/8/03 news release from American Gulf War Veterans Association: http://www.gulfwarvets.com/news13.htm

      An excerpt:

      Contrary to the “pneumonia” and “mystery illness” labels, enlightening information surfaced today on “THE POWER HOUR” radio show (www.thepowerhour.com) in an interview with Mark Neusche, father of Josh Neusche, one of the GW II troops to lose his life from the “mystery illness” while serving in Iraq. The father stated that his 20-year-old healthy son, a former track star and non-smoker, had written home on June 26th explaining that he would be going on a 30-hour “hauling” mission, but that he could not disclose what they would be hauling. The son had stated that he had been to the Palace of Sadaam Hussein, and it was later learned that he was “hauling” at the Baghdad Airport. (end excerpt)

      Should you wish to learn MUCH more than you know, try this excellent collection of information about the Baghdad airport:

      TheTruthSoldiersClub: Has the US already used neutron bombs in combat in Iraq?

      http://ca.groups.yahoo.com/group/TheTruthSoldiersClub/auth?done=http%3A%2F%2Fca.groups.yahoo.com%2Fgroup%2FTheTruthSoldiersClub%2Fmessage%2F13877

    • Dale R. Suiter  April 15, 2011 at 10:54 am

      CPT May:
      Most people know neutron weapons deliver more of a radiation threat. They are however nuclear weapons. The photo appears to be attempt to depict a surface burst or at best a nuclear burst at less than a few hundred feet.

      The resulting crater would be up 1,000 feet in circumference and perhaps as much as 175 feet (+) deep. (Been a while since I looked at _________________ classified.) No way to hide or cover up a nuclear weapons blast.

      Nuclear simulators create a huge fireball. You may be familiar with them. A simple 55 gal metal drum, filled with napalm exploded with a 2 and 1/2 pound block of C-4 creates a fire ball a few hundred feet in height.

      No way on a neutron bomb. Radiological instruments would identify the site of such a blast instantly against background radiation readings.

      Dale R. Suiter
      Once upon a time I was a 74A

    • CPT MAY  April 15, 2011 at 10:12 pm

      CPT Suiter, it is indeed a small world. My enlisted MOS was 54E.

      The photos at the top of the interview are from the 2006 explosion of Camp Falcon, and are extracted from a five-minute You-Tube clip of a live Mideast TV broadcast. Please see the comments above, particularly those by Republican Guard, for comments and links.

      I never identified the photos as being a neutron bomb. Truth Frequency Network clearly had suspicions, though, probably because of the blinding light and mushroom cloud at 3:55 in the clip.

  3. Bill  April 13, 2011 at 5:30 am

    You weren’t naive Kelli.., just decent and idealistic..you, like many of us, gave this corrupt oligarchy the benefit of the doubt…That’s the difference; the truth-seekers researched and built-up their cases before declaring that all of the evidence pointed to the 9-11 attacks being a Mossad/CIA false-flag attack (though some like Bishop Richard Williamson hinted at such being the case 1 mo. afterwards)…The liars (Jerome Hauer, Ehud Barak) were putting out their bs AS THE tragedy was unfolding.

  4. kelli  April 11, 2011 at 11:37 am

    This has jogged my memory of what seemed to be another cover up, although I don’t remember the year in which it happened. The Forward Freedom Falcon Base in Iraq was supposedly bombed and there was a media black out as well. Don’t remember the exact name of the base but it was something like that. I do remember searching the internet to find out more and was really upset at the time. Do you remember or know anything about that Captain May?

    • cpt may  April 11, 2011 at 2:36 pm

      Captain’s compliments for your fine memory, Ms. Kelli! Here are a couple of stories that should help you if you want to cyber-recon and report back:

      Forward Operating Base (FOB) Camp Falcon Casualty List http://www.pissedonpolitics.com/?p=1167

      300 US killed/wounded in Camp Falcon – Proofs – List of Evacuated http://www.iraq-war.ru/article/106376

    • kelli  April 12, 2011 at 6:48 am

      I remember visiting Brian Harring’s site quite often at the time but stopped when he started bashing the 9/11 truth movement. He failed the litmus test at that point and wondered if anything on his site was true. Call me naive but at the time I thought all it would take to end the Iraq war was for the truth to come out. The truth about the lies on wmd and the covering up of troop casualties. Other than ignorance and mainstream brainwashing, is there any reason for anyone to volunteer to serve in the armed forces? I mean no disrespect but our government abuses our soldiers and they are dying for no good reason.

  5. Capt. May.. As “Oath Keepers” know fully well there still exists “The Right Stuff” which exists in very “few” good men. Thankfully Capt. May, you are one of those “few good men” with the “Right Stuff”.

    My husband was such a man, I am proud to say. His Military Service consisted of two consecutive “20 year hitch’s”.

    Stay safe.

    Mrs. Col. Russell Herman, Widow
    aka
    V.K. DURHAM

    • CPT MAY  April 11, 2011 at 9:19 am

      Dear Mrs Herman,

      Thank you for your kind note, and for relating the inspiring example of the late Colonel Russell Herman. I salute him and you.

      Respectfully,

      Captain Eric H. May

  6. Republican Guard  April 10, 2011 at 4:22 am

    That photo is from an ammo-dump fire in 2006, not from the invasion. The flash has yet to be explained though.

    • CPT MAY  April 10, 2011 at 7:43 pm

      Thanks for the clarification. Please post more info via link. CM

    • Republican Guard  April 14, 2011 at 7:23 am

      Its Camp Falcon I believe. This is the video;

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlM3BDojdLo

      As I undetstand it – Iraqi contractors helped build the base and knew every inch of it. They passed the info to the Resistance who knew where to pinpoint mortars. The result was a 12 hour conflagaration with many dead gone unreported. But most interesting of all, that brilliant flash.

      Not normal.

    • Republican Guard  April 14, 2011 at 7:26 am

      Not disputing the *Fact* of what happened at the Airport, just that if this photo from three years later gets pushed around as a sample of evidence then it can be debunked quite easily. Years back one or two users on Iraqwar-ru claimed to have the real deal, video footage from the Airport. Could be in existence, who knows.

    • Republican Guard  April 14, 2011 at 7:37 am

      BTW Cpt. I’ve emailed you before, you might remember me as Jordan. Last month I came across an Arab account of the Airport Battle. While poorly translated it added one new detail (To me). Allegedly using explosives to cave one of the metro tunnels in on top of US soldiers, 800+ casualties, claims the article. It also reproduces the claim of electrocution as a weapon – something by the way to my knowlegde only the 2nd time used in warefare, the first – in the 80’s by again the Iraqis, electrocuting Iranian troopers in a river.

      Anyway, I went to retrieve it for a friend who wanted to read it and after 5 hours searching I couldn’t find it. Probably by sheer luck that I found it.

    • CPT MAY  April 16, 2011 at 1:47 pm

      Jordan, my compliments for your excellent cyber-scouting. We are in your debt for clarifying and advancing our investigation into BOBCUP. Gratefully, CPT MAY

  7. ethanallen  April 10, 2011 at 2:53 am

    There is a little difficulty in believing there were massive US casualties at Baghdad Airport as some have claimed. There would had to have been hundreds of funerals, many widows and fatherless children at the home station of any unit that took massive casualties. This would have been widely reported particularly since concentrated to a few home stations. Additionally there is the official report that claims 148 battle deaths in Desert Storm. These two items do not square with massive US casualties at Baghdad Airport. It is possible for officialdom to falsely report casualties but it is impossible to cover up the funerals.

    • jerry anomie  April 10, 2011 at 5:03 pm

      If they can pull off fake elections and the 9/11 false flag, they can easily filter the combat losses, even if it took a year. Fooling North American sheep is the easiest thing.

    • CPT MAY  April 10, 2011 at 8:21 pm

      EA: Your statement is naive! If we have learned nothing else this millennium, we have learned that the media can twist and turn any group of facts to arrive at any conclusion.

      Kindly refer to the BOBCUP Report to see how a brother officer informed me of some of the details of the Battle of Baghdad, including casualties in the hundreds, even thousands. The rest of the report details a national policy of lies, threats, death threats and occasional deaths used to keep different publics line and in the dark.

      By the way, it’s quite unusual to find someone crafting clever sophistry like yours is the middle of the night. Perhaps it was day where you dwell…, in Tel Aviv, maybe. CM

    • ethanallen  April 13, 2011 at 9:09 am

      OK Captain, coming back at you. I’m not questioning the reports you received, nor do I question the ability of the DoD to stonewall reporters, particularly those in bed with the units they are covering (that’s what embedded means right?) Soldiers can easily be intimidated into silence-we know how that works-yes sir, no sir, three bags full sir, no further questions sir!

      If a Cav Squadron took heavy casualties, say the equivalent of 2 full Troops, there would be dozens of Army widows. They would form support groups. There would be prayer meetings. There would be newsletters and phone pyramids. They would raise hell. Lots of it. I don’t know about you Cap but I’d rather stick my hand in a hornets nest than try to placate a roomfull of angry Army wives, or more to the point widows, who would not hesitate to say “bullshit” and curse you out in English, Spanish, German, Korean and probably several other languages. It would take a direct order from a General Officer to get me to go into a room like that.

      That’s the sticking point. It is not sophistry but experience. I’ve seen angry Army wives. They give no quarter. I saw an Army wife snag a General and chew him out as though he were a basic trainee because her husband wasn’t getting the medical treatment she though he needed and because she wasn’t getting the required administrative support.

      Tel Aviv? Never been there. Couple of years in Tabuk. Vietnam. Desert Storm. Middle of the night? Try jet lag. It takes about 15 hours of recovery for every time zone crossed.

    • CPT MAY  April 16, 2011 at 12:43 am

      EA, I believe this will demonstrate that there were hundreds of angry wives:

      NY Times, July 4, 2003,
      Anger Rises for Families of Troops in Iraq, http://www.nytimes.com/2003/07/04/us/after-war-military-anger-rises-for-troops-families-deployment-iraq-drags.html

      Extract: … Frustrations became so bad recently at Fort Stewart, Ga., that a colonel, meeting with 800 seething spouses, most of them wives, had to be escorted from the session.

      “They were crying, cussing, yelling and screaming for their men to come back,” said Lucia Braxton, director of community services at Fort Stewart. …

      Curiously, the Times cut the following two-thirds of the article,. Should you wish to read it, you will have to refer to a copy of the original. Here’s one: http://www.commondreams.org/headlines03/0704-02.htm

      October 17, 2003, UPI, Sick, Wounded U.S. Troops Held in Squalor, http://www.commondreams.org/headlines03/1017-06.htm

      This story demonstrates that 3ID battle casualties were quite high (especially with radiation sickness thrown into the mix:

      Excerpt: … “FORT STEWART, Ga. — Hundreds of sick and wounded U.S. soldiers including many who served in the Iraq war are languishing in hot cement barracks here while they wait — sometimes for months — to see doctors. …

      (MSM has pulled the story)

  8. CHE  April 10, 2011 at 1:35 am

    CAPTAIN MAY TOGETHER WITH KEN O’KEEFE IS ONE OF AMERICA’S TRUE MODERN HEROS,A SERVANT OF MANKIND,IN A COUNTRY WHERE HYPOCRISY,”NAVELISM” AND INSTITUTED IGNORANCE ARE THE TRINITY RELIGION OF THE DAY.

    I RECOMMEND EVERYONE TO VISIT http://WWW.GHOSTTROOP.NET WHERE A WIDE VARIETY OF MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE WAR-FOR-TERROR BEING WAGED ON MANKIND BY THE YOU-KNOW-WHO…

    • CPT MAY  April 11, 2011 at 5:39 am

      Vinceramos! Viva Che!

  9. Bill  April 9, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    In one of Her appearances the Blessed Mother referred to modern wars as “legitimized murder.” I wish some vet would slap Bush in public for his lies, his connivance with the neo-cons and their false-flag attack on America on 9-11, for their unnecessary, unjust destruction of Iraq and Afghanistan, their poisoning of bodies with depleted uranium, their poisoning of minds with that Fox “News” crap.., for all of it.

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