Eric H. May
4/17/2011 — Ambitious and arrogant Donald Trump
has focused the nation on the eligibility of Barack Obama (aka
Barry Soetoro) for the presidency, and with every new interview
his growing accusations inspire the Right, and enrage the Left.
questions Trump is trumpeting in his brazen baritone should
have been answered before the man some are calling the “Kenya
Kid” was anointed in the infamous “Skull
and Bones” elections of 2004. In that bizarre contest,
Bonesman Bush and Bonesman Kerry ensured that the War Party
would remain the only party in power.
with most issues, I’m cynical about this one, having read
and lived enough history to know that demagogues (Trump, some
say) and pretenders (Obama, some say) are common critters in
the wicked world. If there can be a canine credo for such as
me, it is this:
people use innuendo, insults or incarceration to curb debate
they are hiding the truth in defense of a lie.
I am a triple troublemaker: a truther, a denier and a birther.
I shall remain so until someone convinces me otherwise —
and they will have to do it with fact-based theories, not fear-based
threats. An example is the best description:
May, Saturday night:
propose to write a strong essay in support of Donald Trump’s
airing of the Obama birth issue, formalized Thursday by Arizona
requiring that future presidential candidates prove their U.S.
citizenship in order to be placed on the state’s ballot.
am convinced that this is BO’s Achilles heel, and that
the controlled Left is being coaxed along in blind trust of
an American pretender president, one who has lived down to every
we expressed about him in the first month after his election.’
Liz Allen, Sunday Morning:
May: I strongly disagree with this advice. Donald Trump is one
of the worst right-winger opportunists on the planet. How in
the world could you support this know-nothing, unconstitutional,
thought you were a progressive man, a man who stood with the
people, not with corporate America and their New World Order.
If you continue on this tirade, I shall stop all contact with
you, and write you off as just another right-wing birther junkie
who refuses to acknowledge the truth.
is unbelievable. I had such respect for you before this email.
Now I wonder if I have been bamboozled by your crowd all these
years. — A FORMER Ghost Trooper”
May, Sunday night:
regret the indiscretion of one of my staff in circulating my
private correspondence, which has prejudiced you against my
am not a follower in the Trump movement; rather, I am a leader
in the Truth movement. I was one of the signatories of the 9/11
Truth Statement in 2004, when many feared to make an open
declaration against the Bush regime. I am now moved by the same
Socratic spirit that guided me then.
must say, yours is a peculiar kind of virtue, which moves you
to vituperate a man on his deathbed
without adducing a shred of evidence to prove that he is wrong.
Your email is a sad example of the animosity generated by this
issue, which could be settled by the production of a single
document, a birth certificate. For heaven’s sake, my dad
had to show YMCA officials my birth certificate before I could
play pee-wee football!
you for your past service with the Holy Horde. The actions that
you and GT Cindy undertook, in the aftermath of the July 28,
2005 Ft. Monroe/Charleston false flag attempt
against Texas City, were heroic. I was always proud that Ghost
Troop could boast of having two women who had stood their ground
against the Secret Service.’
Trump: Obama Born Barry Soetoro? (video)
and Bones Society Unmasked (video)
lawmakers pass presidential ‘birther’ bill
Bush” Barack? — A False Flag Frankenstein?
Eric H. May Deserves Congressional Medal Of Honor
7/28 Nuke Plan vs. U.S. Officers Coup
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Captain Eric H. May, a disabled veteran,
is a former U.S. Army military intelligence officer and Desert
Storm volunteer. A former NBC editorial writer, his essays have
been published worldwide, from The Wall Street Journal
to Military Intelligence Magazine. He served on
the general staff of Houston’s 75th Division, and graduatee
in Classical Studies from the University of Houston Honors College.