Additional Reading About Ghost
Troop Cyber Militia
The online Mission
Trilogy by Maj. William B. Fox
provides a historical overview and analysis of 9/11, the Madrid
3-11-2004 bombings, the London 7-7-2005 attacks, and other false
flag events. It also explains the background and modus operandi
of Capt. Eric May and his cyber militia called Ghost Troop that
tries to anticipate and interdict repeat false flag attacks.
Lastly, it diagnoses the deepest social and political dimensions
of America's crises in order to recommend effective action.
The summary table of contents, found here,
outlines the chapters of each of the following three books:
Book I: Waking
Up to the Ultimate Mission. Of particular
12 describes strong evidence that Osama Bin Laden has
been dead since December 2001. Chapter
7 "How September 11th Became the False Flag Rosetta
Stone" and Chapter
8" 9/11 Patterns As Future False Flag Indicators"
explain why false flag attacks tend to coincide with major
Book II: Defending
Freedom, One False Flag Threat at a Time.
This covers repeated threats against Portland, Oregon
as well as Chicago, Texas City, Texas, and other cities.
Book III: Changing
the Mask, And the Continuing Cyber Battle Against False Flag
"Predator" and "Alien"
Larger than Books I and II combined, this takes intelligence
analysis to the highest level by examining a wide range of
social, political, and economic issues --with the gloves off.
paleoconservative social and political views expressed by Maj.
Bill Fox do not necessarily reflect those of other individuals
affiliated with Ghost Troop.
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captured 11,000 barrels of oil in last 24 hours: feds
By Jared A. Favole, NEWSCORE
U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen on Monday said BP collected
11,000 barrels of oil from a rupture well in the Gulf in the
last 24 hours and is approaching collecting 15,000 barrels.
The new estimate is up from 6,000 barrels collected daily by
BP from a containment cap it placed on the mile-deep well. There
is an estimated 12,000 to 19,000 barrels a day gushing from
the well daily, or about 500,000 to 800,000 gallons.
BP's latest efforts follow a string of failed attempts to plug
the well. The company and government have stressed that a final
solution to the leak won't come until August, when relief wells
the company is drilling will be completed.
The number comes as the federal government said its response
to the disaster will stretch until the fall.
U.S. President Barack
Obama traveled to Louisiana on Friday to survey
the disaster and the impact it was having on local economies.
Obama has faced criticism for imposing a six-month moratorium
on exploratory, deep-water drilling in the Gulf amid concerns
it would further imperil a region already reeling from commercial
fishing restrictions and lost tourism caused by the disaster.
He told residents there that he wanted to ensure deepwater-drilling
could be done safely and give time for a presidential commission
he formed to investigate the causes of the disaster and suggest
potential regulatory changes.
Eleven men were killed on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig when
it caught fire April 20. Obama invited the families of the men
to the White House for a meeting on Thursday.