Austin, TX Crashed Pilot's Suicide Note

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Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

"If you’re reading this, you’re no doubt asking yourself, “Why did this have to happen?”  The simple truth is that it is complicated and has been coming for a long time.............I wanted gold to go up, I wanted people to stop messing with my money!"

This was MOST LIKELY, from what I can tell, a FALSE FLAG.  This is my preliminary guess, but it sure is sounding like it.  "The witnesses report that it felt like an earthquake."

Gerald Celente quote here.

Gordon_Gekko's picture

The way to tell whether this is a false flag attack is to see whether this gets extensive, repeated coverage by the MSM (like the staged underwear bomber attack where their objective was to get full body scanners installed at airports without inciting a lot of hue and cry from the public). If it does, it was false flag. If it doesn't, some of our bankster oligarchs must be quaking in their boots.

Anonymous's picture

How They Brainwash A Nation_ we are in stage 3 (4 now)

This amazing interview was done back in 1985 with a former KGB agent who was trained in subversion techniques. He explains the 4 basic steps to socially engineering entire generations into thinking and behaving the way those in power want them to. It's shocking because our nation has been transformed in the exact same way, and followed the exact same steps.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvoZCtpYCRI

Frank Owen's picture

I just removed this comment because the Echelon Building apparently has nothing to do with Project Echelon. Jumped the gun putting the big brother mention in the note together with "the echelon building" and came to the wrong conclusion. Sorry.

buzzsaw99's picture

A guillotine kills the right people, anything else is a waste.

SV's picture

Agreed, and Karl is right on this one too - When people come to the conclusion that the Govt is a felon, then this outcome will become highly contagious.  Those actions in-turn beget a police state.  Calling JohnGaltFLA...  (Was reading a chapter of that action last night)

Anonymous's picture

at least we don't have to worry about the building coming down, probably no pre-loaded explosives

dark pools of soros's picture

sadly someone junked you  -   but it is the other obvious thing the powers that be must be cringing on... look america, that is how a normal crashed up building burns

malvotron's picture

I'm thinking Zero Hedge reader?

spekulatn's picture

+1000

 

Who gets his gold?

Paging Gordon G...

:)

ShankyS's picture

Nah, he would have found a support group here that would have talked him down frm anything. I'm thinking False Flag with some of the others or this is the first rue patriot that was willing to give his life to fight back.

You Cant Handle the Truth's picture

What do we call people who sacrifice themselves for their beliefs?  Sometimes I hear it called patriot.  Sometimes terrorist.  Can someone please provide me a definition here?

/s

Anonymous's picture

Patriot = White
Terrorist = Brown

Simple!

APC's picture

Excellent.  Thanks for that, I needed a good laugh, and the best comedy always contains the kernel of truth!

Anonymous's picture

Zealot. See "The True Believer" by Eric Hoffer

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_True_Believer

- Heretic

Anonymous's picture

A few years ago my father showed me his fathers obituary which was printed in Ireland, the place of his birth and death.

It made a number of veiled references to his "republican" exploits.

I said to my father, "In today's world, he'd be called a terrorist."

Not too often that I made my father think. (The older I got, the smarter he got.)

Auroch's picture

Thanks to your grandad and his pals, Ireland's now an ex-colony of britain and in the eurozone.

Fun was around 1920 .. same time the Iraqis were trying to liberate themselves from the british yoke, but didn't really succeed ..

Ii was guerilla warfare (asymmetrical) with terror tactics on all sides.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_and_tans

Anonymous's picture

Jesus Christ. 2000 years after he sacrificed himself (if he indeed did) moe than one billion people believe in a jewish god and in a holy land located at the eastern shores of the european mediterranian sea. Joe Stack could be the new "messiah" for potentially religious people.

Anonymous's picture

I feel a core complete sorrow. Actions have consequences. I wish the man could have better thought through his choices. Wanting to make an exit for oneself, but also to take out nameless, faceless fellow beings--not good.

Corruption and deterioration of the rule of law makes schisms in men's minds. Their behaviour becomes unpredictable and erratic.

I fear this is but a foreshadowing of a Babylon falling.

Buddhist monks chose self-immolation in protest of soul-killing oppression.

truont's picture

Is this for real?

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

This is absolutely real.  We could ask, 'is this really happening?'  the answer is still unequivocally, yes.

besodemuerte's picture

Holy Shit this is epic!

Granted it won't get more airtime than your local 7/11 being robbed tonight, but I'll spread this story to everyone I know.

koaj's picture

this is real

 

embeddedart.com was his website. check the WHOIS on it

JohnG's picture

The site is already down.

JohnG's picture

The site is already down.

Anonymous's picture

its embededart.com

Anonymous's picture

According to file under CRAP no. Just a chance for
ZH to get on their Libertarian bully pulpit.

Assetman's picture

Yeah... and the scary thing is there are millions of others who are one or two steps away from being the next Joe Stack.

That's something very serious to think about.

faustian bargain's picture

Indeed. If I worked for the government, I'd be notching it up to deep orange alert.

Anonymous's picture

Good! More and faster!

You push people who have nothing to lose, and they lose it. I know dozens of hard-working people who, due to specific, quantifiable government bullshit, will likely be destitute for the rest of their lives.

If this is what it takes to shout "NO!", then so be it.

lsbumblebee's picture

The truth can be a terrible thing to live with.

Crab Cake's picture

"It made me realize for the first time that I live in a country with an ideology that is based on a total and complete lie."

This is a truth that can rattle any honest hardworking family man. 

We've been had. Representation, ha that's a laugh.  From the bought and sold two side of the same fiat coin two party system?

I'm sorry this man felt this was his only option, his strategy was flawed.

Stop working, stop paying taxes, stop investing, get your money out of the banks. 

Bring this crooked nation run by theives to its knees. 

Then we get justice, then we get our country back.

If you are IRS, or CIA, or military, or FBI, or local law enforcement, or NSA, and you're reading this... go F yourself. 

When you are done go take a good long look in the mirror, and remember your oath that involved something something foreign and domestic.  You bastards slipped your watch and barbarians are plundering the city.  If you have any honor resign, or do your damned job.

besodemuerte's picture

Stop working, stop paying taxes, stop investing, get your money out of the banks. 

Easier said than done.  Working -> $$$ -> my daily needs of food/shelter.

About taxes, I'd love to not file.  Then what happens when they find out I didn't file and I get a phone call?

If you are IRS, or CIA, or military, or FBI, or local law enforcement, or NSA, and you're reading this... go F yourself. 

I'm ex-military AND ex-NSA.  A large reason I'm out of those institutions is because I've swallowed the Red Pill.  I still have connections in both institutions, and their eyes are open.  It's just tough for them to pass up the sick money, benefits, security that they offer.  I agree, yet I couldn't live with myself if I were still in.  Shit brings me to tears thinking about it sometimes.

Noah Vail's picture

Nice to hear someone say that.

Anonymous's picture

"It's just tough for them to pass up the sick money, benefits, security"

If you're not a part of the solution, you are a part of the problem. A little bit of wisdom these fine folks are clearly in denial of. "I want things to change, I just don't want to sacrifice anything personally" Give me a break.

Congrats on getting yourself out, though.

besodemuerte's picture

Yes, but try saying that to someone who fathers a family of four and has very limited economic value outside of the military/government/intelligence realms.

I know what you're saying here, and I agree.  I'm just saying it's a very, very difficult and unforgiving choice for someone to make that is fairly progressed into their lives.

A Nanny Moose's picture

When the unwinding of this unsustainable, alternate reality occurs it is going to be painful regardless.

 

Anything else is denial. Pain now, or more pain later.

dorksgetlaid2's picture

"Easier said than done.  Working -> $$$ -> my daily needs of food/shelter."

That's exactly my problem with the system.  In order to exist you need to work.

If that's not slavery I don't know what is.

A Nanny Moose's picture

It's not the work. It's that the "work" us unproductive make-work. It does not feed, cloth, or shelter anyone. No genuine wealth results, and we make rules requiring that it be spent, rather than saved, lest it get taxed.

35Pete's picture

Let me ask you this. Are there enough guys like you in there that will stand up for the interests of the American people if the shit hits the fan? Or will they "just sheepishly follow orders"? 

Bob's picture

Good question.  Wonder what the answer is. 

strike for return to reality's picture

In my experience the vast majority of local law enforcement people are good people, who are trying to do the right thing.

Dick Cheney--now there is a terrorist.

You Cant Handle the Truth's picture

I'm going to second your sentiment.  In any top-down organization, all it takes is a crook at the top to sully the reputation of a lot of hard working cogs in the machine.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

"In my experience the vast majority of local law enforcement people are good people, who are trying to do the right thing."

Unfortunately these people, all of us really, are enabling the thieving. Our good intentions, our desire to make the best of things, the tough choices between feeding your family and feeding the beast, this is all enabling the beast to continue.

The bargain has always been that we, you and I, would share in the spoils, that there would be a reasonable accounting and we all would receive something close to our fair share. This has always been a farce. There was never going to be a payout of the goods. The farce was extended and pretended far longer than even the bad guys thought they could get away with. We all wish to believe that it all went wrong somewhere. It was never right to begin with. It's just that the first people into the Ponzi got paid and the rest of us bought in.

False hope binds us to impossible situations. 

Gold...Bitches's picture

In my experience the vast majority of local law enforcement people are good people

I call BS on this one.

Bob's picture

The wonder of our collective rabbit hole is that we all think we're good, decent and right.  Too bad power (and the core cowardice that so often motivates people to get it) so often corrupts.