Edward May

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Edward S. May is a director of the Center for Vigilant Freedom (CVF). He is also the Outreach Coordinator for the International Free Press Society[1], using Ned May as his alias. Under the pseudonym, Baron Bodissey, May runs the Gates of Vienna[2] blog which, along The Brussels Journal blog (run by fellow IFPS director Paul Belien), serves as the CounterJihad Europa website's blog and news services.

May uses unspiek@chromatism.net as the email address on his Gates of Vienna blog[3]. This domain was purchased by Edward S. May from a local Internet provider in Virginia, US, in 2001[4].

"The mailing list for the 2007 Counterjihad Conference in Brussels lists as organiser: "Ned May (Baron Bodissey)" - and also gives his e-mail address as unspiek@chromatism.net. The website chromatism.net itself gives the owner's name and address as: Edward S. May."[5]

May helped organize the first UK and Scandinavia CounterJihad Summit, the 2007 CounterJihad Brussels conference, the smaller CounterJihad Vienna 2008 and the CounterJihad 2009 meeting, which according to May, could be the last of his CounterJihad organising.

"Given my imminent unemployment and reduced circumstances, Counterjihad Copenhagen 2009 will likely be my last such event for the foreseeable future"[6]


Event Participated in

Counterjihad Zurich/201012 June 201012 June 2010
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  1. Board of Directors, International Free Press Society, accessed 2 September 2009
  2. http://gatesofvienna.blogspot.com/ Gates of Vienna
  3. The "Fitna" Translations Gates of Vienna, 31 March 2008, accessed 2 August 2009
  4. Chromatism.net Whois Record DomainTools, accessed 25 August 2009
  5. Exclusion order on Edward May ('Baron Bodissey') State Ethics, 23 June 2009, accessed 27 August 2009
  6. Slouching Towards Copenhagen Gates of Vienna, 23 May 2009, accessed 28 August