Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Another Lone Wolf Patsy?

I am not sure, but I think James Jay Lee is looking like another "lone wolf" patsy. I say another because we have had a whole slew of these, Joseph Andrew Stack, John Patrick Bedell and now James Jay Lee, just to mention a few. I wouldn't be surprised if they were all plots hatched in a conference room somewhere with a slide show.

First of all his myspace page appears not to have been updated in years and has no "last logged in" sign, for what that is worth. Nonetheless the "Manifesto", and yes there is once again a Manifesto, is on his myspace. It doesn't look like this time there are any juicy clues like details of his jobs for the defense industry or DARPA grants. Maybe these dolts are getting better at their work. We will see.

The following Fox video interview is suspicious to me, and for the same reasons I found Bedell and Stack suspicious. The brother in law hits all the right talking points about "lone wolves" questioning authority too much and thinking they are smarter then the rest. This is exactly the type of person the establishment wants the average person to be afraid of, because free thinkers with an anti-authoritarian bent are the only ones who might oppose the establishment as they seek increasing control over us. Nonetheless he must also be painted as a crazy, or a loony, which I think was also well established.

One comment on Business Insider points out:

If you actually read his site he sounds like a disturbed person, not a leftist or teabagger. He talks about global warming WHILE he talks about immigration "filth" and "anchor babies".

I have written already how patsies usually have a schizophrenic or double personatlity with contradicting view points, this often comes from the "sheep dipping" necessary to blame whatever cause or group the establishment wishes to blame. I recommend reading this post where I went into detail about that many months ago.

I also found it revealing how in the following video the brother in law mentions that he has no idea where Lee has been, he is mentioned as an "artist," and that he did some work in Los Angeles with film, but the speaker sounds truly confused as if he has no idea really what Lee has been doing with his time the last couple years. He also mentions that he was in and out of jail for a bit. These two evidences both point in the direction of a patsy as they are typical characteristics of a patsy as I mentioned also in a previous post.

It states on his myspace that his hometown is Hawaii. The University of Hawaii is mentioned by Wayne Madsen this way:

Although CIA geo-political covert operations at the University of Hawaii are well-documented, the agency’s darker side of research and MK-UKTRA type operations has not generally been associated with the University of Hawaii.
A series of formerly Confidential CIA memoranda, dated May 15, 1972, points to the involvement of both the Defense Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), the CIA, and the University of Hawaii in the CIA’s behavioral science program.

A possibility at least.

As for the issue of his pro-environmental views and his views about reducing the population of the earth, and the question that one might have as to why the establishment would want to slander these views, I don't yet have a complete answer except to say that the Unabomber was also linked to similar environmental themes in his manifesto. The Unabomber is also widely believed to have been part of CIA MKULTRA experiments based on credible circumstantial evidence according to Wikipedia at least. The Unabomber also had a manifesto which like James Jay Lee also mentioned the Industrial Revolution:

The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.

Is James J. Lee he a patsy? I don't know, but it is probably a good idea to be a little suspicious since all these "lone wolf" attacks support the government's agenda of making us afraid of anyone who might oppose them in protest or thought.
This mistrust is especially valid in a country where both political parties continually pat each other on the back in a kind of "controlled opposition" puppet show masquerading as democracy.

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