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« on: November 16, 2011, 01:49:58 PM »


While I always hope to be wrong in my worst-case analysis, my Wednesday article,
Nuclear November, is supported by a cascade of alarming indicators that make it
certain that Israel is about to prove Europeans right in their opinion that it’s the
world’s most dangerous nation. Armed with one of the world’s largest nuclear
arsenals, they cry out to humanity that they are history’s greatest victims;
but more and more of humanity is crying out that they are history’s
greatest victimizers.

Recent events support the Judeophobes over the Judeophiles, and warrant the coining of a new word, Judeopathic, to describe the actions of the self-proclaimed Jewish Nation. They either are preparing to start a war with Iran, or are running a bluff to push the West into a stronger anti-Iran position to avert war. Look to Adolf Hitler’s 1936 Rhineland, 1938 Czechoslovakia and 1939 Poland threats for a close parallel. In the first and second cases he was bluffing; in the third he wasn’t. Then as now, informed insiders thought hard about it all, and misinformed masses hardly thought at all.

The coming third world war demands reflection on the second. In my abbreviated but adventurous life, I have enjoyed the friendship and mentoring of U.S. World War Two veterans from both European and Pacific theaters, as well as Russians and Germans from both sides of the front. With Veterans Day, 11/11/11, fast approaching, I dedicate this edition of Amerika Uber Alles, first published by The Lone Star Iconoclast in 2007, to them. I offer it to my readers without updates, believing that what I posted four years ago has stood the test of time.

        Amerika Uber Alles: Our Zionazi Nation By Captain Eric H. May ~ November 5th, 2011

Saint Peter’s Prologue

The most persuasive anti-Nazi I ever knew was my mentor, Dr. Peter W. Guenther, who believed that Nazism was monstrous at every level. As a professor of humanities, he thought it was both inhumane and inhuman. As a professor of art history, he thought its aesthetics were artless histrionics. He readily granted that his intellectual opinions were molded by his personal experiences. As a German veteran of World War II, he regretted the loss of his youth, the waste of his friends’ lives and the devastation that they had inflicted on others. He held Hitler accountable for all of this – after all, it was Hitler who had drafted them into the war. He had served from 1939 to 1945, from Poland to Norway, France and Russia. He once quipped that before every one of their invasions their leaders said they were fighting for national defense, but after the shooting started every soldier on every side believed that he was fighting for his own self-defense.

By the time of the Iraq war he was retired from academe, and I was writing military analysis for media. As U.S. forces began storming up the Euphrates Valley in the spring of 2003, hell-bent on Baghdad, we began to discuss the limited American mobilized manpower and materiel, and the overall limitations of blitz tactics. Guided by his insights, I published a then-radical op-ed in the Houston Chronicle that warned of a quicksand war in Iraq, and maybe a world war as a result of it.

As the easy war promised us by the Bush administration wore on into the summer of 2003, Dr. Guenther and I began to note that there were more similarities between Post-9/11 America and Third Reich Germany than just over-reliance on Blitzkrieg tactics, and we determined that the two nations were following parallel political courses. Most disturbing for my mentor, who had become a patriotic American citizen after World War II, was the painful conclusion that our American president, with his global war for a New American Century, was just another German fuhrer, with a world war for a Thousand Year Reich.

“This is a bad copy of a bad original,” he said.

“Drang Nach Osten” — The Eastern Offensive

  George W. Bush came into office with a secret war plan and no excuse to implement it – just as Hitler had come into office in 1933 with the same predicament. Both of them wanted the prize of Middle Eastern oil. In Hitler’s case that meant going through “Judeo-Bolshevik” Russia on the way, while in Bush’s case that meant going through “Islamo-Fascist” Iraq. In Hitler’s case the guiding document was Mein Kampf, while in Bush’s case there were two. A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm was presented to the Israeli government in 1996 by American neocons Douglas Feith, Richard Perle and David Wurmser, among others. Resbuilding America’s Defenses was presented to the American government in 2000. Its arguments mirrored the Israeli document, and had been drawn up by the neocons as well. In 2001 Feith, Perle and Wurmser became key Bush administration members.

Neither Hitler’s nor Bush’s plans for world dominance could have been pursued without some good luck. Both leaders entered office with over half their nations opposing them, and an avid opposition that wanted to pull them down. Hitler’s good luck came with the Reichstag fire, blamed on Jewish Communists, which mobilized his fatherland to rally behind him. Bush’s good luck happened on 9/11, blamed on Muslim Fundamentalists, which mobilized his homeland to rally behind him.

In both cases, their followers smiled at their good luck, and began their new order of things. Hitler quickly instituted an Enabling Act for the protection of the German people, slated for expiration in five years, which was quietly continued. Bush quickly instituted a Patriot Act for the protection of the American people, slated for expiration in five years, which was quietly continued. Hitler created the Geheime Staatspolizei (Gestapo) to further protect the German people, while Bush created the Department of Homeland Security (Homeseca) to do the same for the American people.

“Führer Prinzip” — The Unitary Executive

  Both leaders were believers in the authoritarian concept. A few weeks before assuming office, Bush said outright that he thought dictatorship would be a fine form of government, if he could be the dictator. They both believed that power should come from above and obedience should come from below, and they offered protection in exchange for loyalty. Thus no one was surprised when Hermann Goering made a fortune helping to run Germany, just as no one was surprised when Irving “Scooter” Libby received a pardon for his pro-Bush political crimes in America.

Both leaders supplemented their new security police and security acts with concentration camps such as Dachau and Gitmo, initially designed for only a small percentage of national enemies. Both dispensed with international rules and regulations in their treatment of enemies in those installations, and applied a wide variety of innovative persuasive techniques to extract information and obtain confessions. The lessons learned in these proto-type camps proved to be invaluable in later establishments such as Auschwitz and Abu Ghraib.

Both leaders relied on agreeable legislatures. In Germany the Reichstag cheered enthusiastically as it endorsed the increase in police powers, the reduction in civil rights and the national march to world war. In America Congress did the same things, but in more subdued fashion, even with a show of dissent. In Germany, Hitler declared a dictatorship under Article 48, provided by the old Weimar Constitution in the event of a national emergency. In America Bush recently issued National Security Presidential Directive 51 (NSPD 51), thereby legalizing a dictatorship in the event of a national emergency.

“Gott Mit Uns” — God’s on Our Side

Neither Hitler nor Bush could have effected their radical plans without a party full of functionaries and a compliant national media, of course. Hitler relied on his “Nazi” party, an acronym of his National Socialist Party. He had a brilliant individual named Joseph Goebbels to control the Reich Propaganda Ministry and rally the public behind Nazi policies. Bush relied on his “Nozi” party, an anagram of Zion. He had a brilliant cartel of Zionists to control the American Mainstream Media and rally the public behind Nozi policies.

The greatest accomplishment of both the Nazi and Nozi parties was convincing themselves and their citizens that they were not conspirators of any sort, but rather the victims of an international conspiracy. The Nazi party said that Judeo-Communism was the hidden enemy, against which all the powers of a determined fatherland had to be directed, and that they were the targets of anti-German propaganda. The Nozi party says that Islamo-Fascism is the hidden enemy, against which all the powers of a determined homeland have to be directed, and that they are the targets of anti-Semitic propaganda.

The rest of the world didn’t buy the pro-war propaganda from Germany’s Nazis three generations ago, and they don’t buy it from America’s Nozis three generations later. The way the rest of the world sees it, what we have been taught to call the axis of evil is not so dangerous to the world as the axis of America and Israel. They see American naval forces massing in the name of national defense against Iran, and they remember Iraq. They see Israeli air forces attacking Syria, and they remember Lebanon. The rest of the world knows who we have become, even if we don’t.

Saint Peter’s Epilogue 

Dr. Peter W. Guenther died on his 85th birthday, March 30, 2005, followed six months later by his wife of 58 years, Andrea. They were my Baucis and Philemon, the most elegant couple I ever knew — particularly when I visited them, with my apish martial artist hands and heavy East Texas twang.
I can fairly call him my comrade, since the writing I continued to push and publish carried us far over the line of journalism and into intelligence, and had both of us ducking for cover in mid-July, 2003. The same can be said of my other WWII advisor, Mr. Joseph Coleman, an Army veteran who had served in the Pacific. Thanks to their alarmed admonitions, I went underground on July 17, 2003 — half a day before Bush and Blair started a five-day series of assassinations beginning with Dr. David Kelly in England.

Dr. G and Mr. C saved my life, and those of us who were involved knew it; those who lacked the brains or guts to be involved say that it couldn’t have happened. It’s the same story with all wars, my mentors taught and my experience confirms. The loudest growls inevitably come from from the mouths of paper tigers. For the best account of what it was really happened, see the article by Iconoclast publisher W. Leon Smith. For a sample of our correspondence before things became deadly, see my Rebel Redux.
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« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2011, 03:03:54 PM »
Easily overlooked by speed-readers:

The rest of the world didn’t buy the pro-war propaganda from Germany’s Nazis three generations ago, and they don’t buy it from America’s Nozis three generations later. The way the rest of the world sees it, what we have been taught to call the axis of evil is not so dangerous to the world as the axis of America and Israel.

They see American naval forces massing in the name of national defense against Iran, and they remember Iraq. They see Israeli air forces attacking Syria, and they remember Lebanon.

The rest of the world knows who we have become, even if we don’t.

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All this makes for interesting reading and to its credit, it even makes a lot of sense. There is only one problem: None of the conflicts in the last century or this one (WWI, the Bolshevik Revolution, the Great Depression, the plan to move 'minor' Jews to Palestine, The rise of Hitler, the re-arming of German Forces, WWII, and all subsequent wars until this day) would NOT have been possible without the generous contributions of the Rot-Schild Clan.   

Everything else is fluff and mis/dis/information.

CPT. E.H. MAY nice guy, but he too hacks at the branches ONLY.
"At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed all right-thinking people will accept without question. It is not exactly forbidden to state this or that or the other, but it is "not done".
...Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced with.

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« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2011, 04:05:41 PM »
Basically, Hitler was another Saddam Hussein. Kuwait = Poland. Hitler’s non-existent “gas chambers” = Saddam Hussein’s non-existent WMD.

WW2 was not about stopping Hitler or stopping the NAZIs, per se; rather, it was about destroying Germany – thereby removing an obstacle and making the world safe for Jewish predation and control.

Say what you want about Hitler, but if Germany had won the war, the Jewish boot would not be on our Goy necks today and WW3 would not be on the horizon.

(I had saved these words, but I don't remember who wrote them.)
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« Reply #3 on: November 16, 2011, 07:56:36 PM »
Basically, Hitler was another Saddam Hussein. Kuwait = Poland. Hitler’s non-existent “gas chambers” = Saddam Hussein’s non-existent WMD.

WW2 was not about stopping Hitler or stopping the NAZIs, per se; rather, it was about destroying Germany – thereby removing an obstacle and making the world safe for Jewish predation and control.

Say what you want about Hitler, but if Germany had won the war, the Jewish boot would not be on our Goy necks today and WW3 would not be on the horizon.

(I had saved these words, but I don't remember who wrote them.)

Good points.  EB considers the Cold War as World War 3 (didn't it kill more people than WWI plus was global?) & GWOT as WW4.  Hypocritical "Western" joos at work with the nomenclature.  Same deal with economic depression vs recession terms.  JMSM referred to Japan's Lost Decade as a depression yet refuses to call the massive US/Euro collapse a depression.  The National Bureau of Economic Research is the semi-official arbiter of these things:  directors dominated by joos.  Several years ago they changed their definition of recession/depression from simple metrics to one based on complicated & subjective criteria.  MSM completely ignored that yet continues to cede authority to NBER who notoriously said a couple of years ago that we were out of the "recession".

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« Reply #4 on: November 16, 2011, 08:26:06 PM »
Easily overlooked by speed-readers:

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All this makes for interesting reading and to its credit, it even makes a lot of sense. There is only one problem: None of the conflicts in the last century or this one (WWI, the Bolshevik Revolution, the Great Depression, the plan to move 'minor' Jews to Palestine, The rise of Hitler, the re-arming of German Forces, WWII, and all subsequent wars until this day) would NOT have been possible without the generous contributions of the Rot-Schild Clan.   

Everything else is fluff and mis/dis/information.

CPT. E.H. MAY nice guy, but he too hacks at the branches ONLY.


I almost skipped the article after he started taking the Jewish point of view regarding 9/11 compared to WWII. Then I said, let's see what he's pushing. Nothing new, but it's noteworthy to note that the majority out there in the world, from what I've seen, have this Jewish fabricated misinformed point of view regarding history.

If Capt May isn't paid by some Jewish org to write this stuff, he should be. More than likely he is.
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« Reply #5 on: November 16, 2011, 08:38:15 PM »
Good points.  EB considers the Cold War as World War 3 (didn't it kill more people than WWI plus was global?) & GWOT as WW4.  Hypocritical "Western" joos at work with the nomenclature.  Same deal with economic depression vs recession terms.  JMSM referred to Japan's Lost Decade as a depression yet refuses to call the massive US/Euro collapse a depression.  The National Bureau of Economic Research is the semi-official arbiter of these things:  directors dominated by joos.  Several years ago they changed their definition of recession/depression from simple metrics to one based on complicated & subjective criteria.  MSM completely ignored that yet continues to cede authority to NBER who notoriously said a couple of years ago that we were out of the "recession".

I think, WWIII started on 9/11 and is still going strong, destroying one ME country after another, as well as fomenting unrest in Africa with our willing NATO comrades.

The BIG question is where will Russia and China stand? 
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« Reply #6 on: November 16, 2011, 08:48:37 PM »

I almost skipped the article after he started taking the Jewish point of view regarding 9/11 compared to WWII. Then I said, let's see what he's pushing. Nothing new, but it's noteworthy to note that the majority out there in the world, from what I've seen, have this Jewish fabricated misinformed point of view regarding history.

If Capt May isn't paid by some Jewish org to write this stuff, he should be. More than likely he is.

Could be... As they say: if you hear something often enough, it becomes a fact.

That is why I added my little blurb.
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« Reply #7 on: November 16, 2011, 10:37:04 PM »
The BIG question is where will Russia and China stand?

Yes, that is the BIG question.  Russia & China have shown increasing solidarity vs bankrupt London-Joo capitalism thru SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization).  But with recent death of champ boxer Joe Frazier I'm reminded of Muhammad Ali's famous "Rope a Dope" defensive strategy:  Ali fought the much bigger & stronger (but far less skilled) Joe Foreman in epic matches:  Ali uncustomarily drew away from trading punches, drew up his arms & let himself get pummeled (somewhat) ineffectively for round after round.  Ali took a beating that would have felled any ordinary boxer yet gauged his reserves to be able to rally & defeat his bigger foe.

So Russia & China will allow the Iran War to happen, knowing it's simply the death-throes of London-Wall St.

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« Reply #8 on: November 17, 2011, 09:00:44 AM »
Yes, that is the BIG question.  Russia & China have shown  vs bankrupt London-Joo capitalism thru SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization).  But with recent death of champ boxer Joe Frazier I'm reminded of Muhammad Ali's famous "Rope a Dope" defensive strategy:  Ali fought the much bigger & stronger (but far less skilled) Joe Foreman in epic matches:  Ali uncustomarily drew away from trading punches, drew up his arms & let himself get pummeled (somewhat) ineffectively for round after round.  Ali took a beating that would have felled any ordinary boxer yet gauged his reserves to be able to rally & defeat his bigger foe.

So Russia & China will allow the Iran War to happen, knowing it's simply the death-throes of London-Wall St.

Talk about increasing solidarity:



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Obama insists the US does not fear China as he announces new security pact with Australia

   CANBERRA, Australia - President Barack Obama insisted Wednesday that the United States does not fear China, even as he announced a new security agreement with Australia that is widely viewed as a response to Beijing's growing aggressiveness.

China responded swiftly, warning that an expanded U.S. military footprint in Australia may not be appropriate and deserved greater scrutiny.

The agreement, announced during a joint news conference with Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, will expand the U.S. military presence in Australia, positioning more U.S. personnel and equipment there, and increasing American access to bases. About 250 U.S. Marines will begin a rotation in northern Australia starting next year, with a full force of 2,500 military personnel staffing up over the next several years.

Obama called the deployment "significant," and said it would build capacity and co-operation between the U.S. and Australia. U.S. officials were careful to emphasize that the pact was not an attempt to create a permanent American military presence in Australia.

"It also allows us to meet the demands of a lot of partners in the region that want to feel that they're getting the training, they're getting the exercises, and that we have the presence that's necessary to maintain the security architecture in the region," Obama said.

The president spoke shortly after arriving in the Australian capital, his second stop on a nine-day tour of the Asia-Pacific region. After a 10-hour flight from Honolulu, where he hosted an economic summit, Obama headed straight into meetings with Gillard.

On Thursday, Obama will address the Australian Parliament, then fly to the northern city of Darwin, where some of the Marines deploying to Australia next year will be based.

During his news conference with Gillard, the president sidestepped questions about whether the security agreement was aimed at containing China. But he said the U.S. would keep sending a clear message that China needs to accept the responsibilities that come with being a world power.

"It's important for them to play by the rules of the road," he said.

And he insisted that the U.S is not fearful of China's rise.

"I think the notion that we fear China is mistaken. The notion that we're looking to exclude China is mistaken," he said.

China was immediately leery of the prospect of an expanded U.S. military presence in Australia. Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin said Wednesday that it was worth discussing whether the plan was in line with the common interests of the international community.

Obama national security aide Ben Rhodes said the agreement was not only appropriate, but also a response to the demand from nations in the region that have signalled they want the U.S. to be present.

The U.S. and smaller Asian nations have grown increasingly concerned about China claiming dominion over vast areas of the Pacific that the U.S. considers international waters, and reigniting old territorial disputes, including confrontations over the South China Sea. China's defence spending has increased threefold since the 1990s to about $160 billion last year, and its military has recently tested a new stealth jet fighter and launched its first aircraft carrier.

Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has said that the goal of the new security pact is to signal that the U.S. and Australia will stick together in face of any threats.

In addition to the expanded Marine presence in Australia, more U.S. aircraft will rotate through Australia as part of an agreement between each nation's air force. Obama and Gillard said the increased air presence would allow the U.S. and Australia to more effectively respond to respond to natural disasters and humanitarian crises in the region.

Rhodes said the U.S. military boost would amount to a "sustained U.S. presence." He distinguished that from a permanent presence in the sense that the U.S. forces will use Australian facilities, as opposed to the United States to building its own bases, as it has in such regional places as South Korea. The U.S. has not signalled any interest in that in Australia.

The only American base currently in Australia is the secretive joint Australia-U.S. intelligence and communications complex at Pine Gap in central Australia. But there are hundreds of U.S. service personnel in Australia on exchange.

Air combat units also use the expansive live bombing ranges in Australia's sparsely populated north in training rotations of a few months and occasionally naval units train off the coast. But training exercises involving ground forces are unusual.

During Wednesday's brief news conference, Obama and Gillard also fielded questions on a range of other issues, from U.S. efforts to address climate change to the debt crisis in Europe.

Obama reiterated his call for urgent action by European leaders to back the euro and develop a financial firewall to keep the threat of default facing Greece and Italy from spreading across the Eurozone.

"The problem right now is one of political will, it's not a technical problem," Obama said. "At this point, the larger European community has to stand behind the European project."

Asked whether the U.S. would be able to lower carbon emissions through a cap-and-trade system as Australia is undertaking, Obama conceded the U.S. has been unable to pass such a plan through Congress, but noted U.S. efforts to increase vehicle fuel efficiency and to explore clear energy options. He said emerging economies such as India and China must also assume responsibility for addressing climate change.

For Obama and Australia, the third time's the charm. He cancelled two earlier visits, once to stay in Washington to lobby for passage of his health care bill, and again in the wake of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

"I was determined to come for a simple reason: The United States of America has no stronger ally than Australia," he said.

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Associated Press writers Erica Werner and Rod McGuirk in Canberra contributed to this report.
"At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed all right-thinking people will accept without question. It is not exactly forbidden to state this or that or the other, but it is "not done".
...Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced with.