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Miscellaneous Alerts
to Key Individuals


by Maj William B. Fox

Maj. William Fox

Editor's Note: In addition to issuing a general alert on the Internet with my colleagues, I also issued targeted email alerts to various key individuals likely to be concerned with the risk of a highjacked exercise, to include members of the FBI, military public affairs officers, elected government representatives, county sheriffs, emergency managers, city police, members of print and electronic media, and last but not least in regard to May Day, various locals of the AFL-CIO. Below are two examples; the alerts sent to:
a:) Sheriff Sue Rahr of King County, Washington, which encompasses exercise scenario target Seattle, and
b) Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO.
If any recipients of my emails want to challenge my tactics, I invite them to first disprove the analysis of 9-11 provided by Dr. James Fetzer or the need for a Congressional investigation demanded by Lone Star Iconoclast editor Leon Smith.
Last, but not least, we have had the repeated experience of "something funny going on" with virtually all of the major exercises, whether it involves mysterious explosions in Texas refineries and pipelines, or Russian former President Vladimir Putin in Tehran the initial days of TOPOFF last October (followed by the Israeli prime minister's strange redeye flight to Moscow for the ensuing couple of days) --not to mention Portland police dogs alerting to explosive residue at the hotel where Homeland Security Czar Michael Chertoff was staying in Portland.
This exercise has been no exception so far. On 1 May we got the Hal Turner story "CIA AGENT CHASING ISRAELI `SUITCASE NUKE" IN HOUSTON, KILLED BY POLICE!' (Subtitle: Radiation Detectors Were Tripping As Chase Reached 122 mph; Houston Cops Shot CIA Agent; Nuke Got Away).
How much of this can we believe? I don't know. I just know that enough smells funny that we need to continue to keep our guard up and continue asking questions.

From: William Fox
Sent: Monday, May 05, 2008 7:38 AM
To: King County Sheriff, FBI, U.S. Congressmen, etc.
cc: Washington and Oregon county sheriffs, emergency managers,
  etc.
Subject: False Flag Danger Level Still Exists Regarding National
  Level Exercise 2-08

Sheriff Sue Rahr
King County, Washington

Dear Sheriff Rahr:
We now are into the fifth day of the National Level Exercise (NLE) 2-08 that runs from 1-8 May. However, we are not completely out of the woods regarding the possibility of a false flag attack that might highjack the current chemical warfare attack scenario for Seattle, Washington. Nor are other “prepared areas” discussed by both Captain Eric May and myself in our Lone Star Iconoclast articles completely off the table either. They include the Houston-Texas City area, Chicago, and Portland, Oregon. We reiterate the demand made by Leon Smith, publisher of the Lone Star Iconoclast, for a Congressional investigation into evidence of false flag attempts published in his paper. (See for example Mr. Smith’s editorial at:
http://www.lonestaricon.com/absolutenm/anmviewer.asp?a=2525&z=226 or my article about Capt. May at: http://tinyurl.com/46ohb7)
The latter phase of NLE 2-08 is every bit as dangerous as its first few days. Potentially treasonous insiders are now up to full running speed in exercising command and control over exercise participants. In addition, we are reaching a point of minimal lunar reflection (the exact moment for the upcoming “new moon” is May 5th, 12:18 Universal/Greenwich Mean Time) which is ideal for running stealth bomber attacks in the event of a trumped up war against Iran.
The good news is that our 26 April alert (provided below) has spread across the Internet with more than twice as many web postings within one week’s time as the famous Kennebunkport Warning of August 2007. Also, Haley Edward’s May 1, 2008 article in the Seattle Times “Federal government’s 8-day terror drill to test disaster preparedness” at http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/PrintStory.pl?
document_id=2004384752&zsection_id=2003925728&slug=terrordrill01m&date=20080501

has alerted many readers about fellow citizen activists taking a stand against the possibility of continued high level criminality.
On May 1st we published our update (also provided below). We intend to continue our educational campaign until the very last moments of the exercise. Please assist us in spreading this alert. The more people we contact, the greater the likelihood that we can help thwart another major false flag attack on American soil in the wake of 9-11 and thereby help preserve public peace and safety. The latest updates can be found on my archive page for Captain Eric May at: http://tinyurl.com/5f93lb
I have blind copied emergency management personnel across the state of Washington listed at: http://209.85.173.104/ search?q=cache:Zw5MHXjvm1AJ: www.aasa.dshs.
wa.gov/professional/EmergencyPlanning/documents/local%2520contacts%2520by%2520region.doc
+Pierce+County+Washington+Sheriff%27s+Office+email&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=28&gl=us
as well as sheriff’s offices in many other Washington counties. I hope that these kinds of measures will create the critical mass of awareness necessary to successfully spook (pun intended) any potential false flag operators.
Best regards,
William B. Fox
Publisher America First Books
PO Box 8, South Bend, WA 98586
www.americafirstbooks.com
360-875-0197

 
Link to: "The Timing of a Possible False Flag Attack During
  NLE 2-08" by Captain Eric May
Return to: "MAYDAY ALERT! --Terror Drills Could Go Live"

 

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William B. Fox is a former Marine Corps officer with experience in logistics, public affairs, and military intelligence. He is an honors graduate of the Harvard Business School and a Phi Beta Kappa graduate from the University of Southern California. He is also publisher of America First Books at www.americafirstbooks.com

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