posted on Feb, 23 2010 @ 10:30 AM
I've been thinking this over for a while, and here are my thoughts.
First and foremost, this guy is NOT a tea party person. He never went to a tea party movement, nor did he even say anything in his suicide note that
seems to be tea party motivated. He talks about the American principles as crap, he does not mention anything about the constitution, nor about Ron
Paul, or anything like that.
Secondly, this man, if genuine, was waging a solo battle against the IRS. This is understandable, what is not understandable is his kamikaze suicide
plane crash, with a plane he owns even though he is bankrupt, of course, and a house, even though he is bankrupt. At first I thought that the house
was obviously a foreclosure, which is why he burned it, however, his note does not mention mortgage, or bank foreclosure, or anything that would seem
to be registering on the mainstream list of American woes. If this was genuine, the IRS got what was coming to them. Reports say that he killed
himself and possibly one other, or maybe that was a missing employee. If he killed someone, then that is his fault, however if he was the only one to
die, it's his moronic life.
Third, the whole Kamikaze issue smacks too much of Islamist terrorism i.e. false flag. True, he could have gotten the idea from 9/11 and television,
however as witnesses say that the plane was coming in full throttle, it seems much more plausible that this was radio controlled than a suicide
mission. If he really did suicide himself, we might as well call him a jihadist, even though he is not Muslim.
Why would he do this? I think this is the toughest question to answer, maybe he was just that crazy. I also suspect that people want this to be
genuine, they want people to fight back, however this is more of a cowardly act than a heroic act. If this is someone's idea of fighting back then
that is just foolish. I think people's emotions are getting in the way and they are refusing to see this as something over the top and ridiculous,
and so possibly false flag. It fits too much into benefiting TPTB. Even if this was not a false flag attack, everyone should realize that these kinds
of actions only help the state in justifying that their own citizens are crazy. If this guy really wanted to fight back he would join the truth
movement or even some kind of half way sane patriot movement. What he did is just ridiculous, Bin Laden would be proud (I said would not is).
I'm thinking this is a false flag, and even if not it only serves to benefit the controllers who will now justify that their unpatriotic MIAC report
was prophetic and that U.S. citizens are dangerous and domestic terrorism is on the rise. I see this as fitting perfectly in the New World Order