***J. P. WHEELER III & Lockheed/Sandia Minot AFB False Flag NUCLEAR BOMB Plot!

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Why is Joe Biden's son helping to cover-up the murder of a US government official?
By: Caldwell
Tags: COVER-UP/DECEPTIONS/PROPAGANDA
Attorney General Beau Biden's office, along with police investigators, have sought to keep information about the case from the public. Biden's office asked a judge to seal a search warrant for Wheeler's home, and three search warrants for Wheeler's cell phone and his 1993 Oldsmobile were sealed at the request of Newark police.

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Family of slain ex-Pentagon official wants info
By RANDALL CHASE


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WILMINGTON, Del. — The family of a slain ex-Pentagon official whose body was found in a Delaware landfill still doesn't know what happened to him, and their attempts to get more information from law enforcement have been rebuffed, their attorney said Monday.

Colm Connolly, an attorney for John Wheeler III's family, said he has asked forensic reports, search warrants and a copy of a video surveillance tape showing Wheeler in downtown Wilmington the night before his body was found. Connolly also noted that Wheeler's family learned only through the media last week that a medical examiner had officially determined that Wheeler died of blunt trauma injuries after being assaulted...


...Attorney General Beau Biden's office, along with police investigators, have sought to keep information about the case from the public. Biden's office asked a judge to seal a search warrant for Wheeler's home, and three search warrants for Wheeler's cell phone and his 1993 Oldsmobile were sealed at the request of Newark police.

entire article:

http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/family-of-slain-ex-821849.html
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Hmmm...could it have anything to do with Biden's other son being a lobbyist for the Verichip.

If there was a nuclear false-flag in America, besides having a free hand in the ME, would be able to roll out repressive measures like this that are just waiting for the proper occasion.

I think it will be a package deal, and the package (a nuclear or radiological device) may already be in play.


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And where might they pull off this false-flag?

U.S. officials warn Wall Street may be target of Al Qaeda offshoot for terrorist attack
BY James Gordon Meek
DAILY NEWS WASHINGTON BUREAU


The third issue of Inspire quoted Osama Bin Laden as saying he wanted to bleed the U.S. economy - and referred to the recent cargo planes plot as "Operation Hemorrhage."

WASHINGTON - Counterterror officials are warning Wall Street that financial institutions may be in the cross-hairs of an Al Qaeda offshoot.

The new U.S. security warning carries no specific threat by Yemen-based Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

But the group's latest propaganda screed in its online magazine "Inspire" raised alarm by encouraging jihadis to target high finance, officials told the Daily News on Tuesday.

"We shared information with relevant partners that might not usually read 'Inspire,'" said a senior U.S. counterterror official.

Several counterterror officials said no specific threat to any financial institution has been uncovered, but that the Inspire article raised concern because it may contain hints of future attacks.

In the latest issue, released Jan. 16 and first reported by WNBC, Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki - the only U.S. citizen on America's targeted killing list - urged followers to attack financial centers.

"We suggest that the following should be targeted: Government owned property, banks, global corporations \[and\] wealth belonging to disbelievers with known animosity towards Muslims," Awlaki wrote.

Awlaki, who is tied to the 9/11 plotters, the Fort Hood killings and the Christmas 2009 undies airbomber, said both American "government and private citizens should be targeted."

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2011/02/01/2011-02-01_us_officials_warn_wall_street_may_be_target_of_al_qaeda_offshoot_for_terrorist_a.html#ixzz1ClCNmb1F




Maybe, right where they pulled off the last big one.

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http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Qaida+brink+using+nuclear+bomb/4205104/story.html

Al-Qaida is on the verge of producing radioactive weapons after sourcing nuclear material and recruiting rogue scientists to build "dirty" bombs, according to leaked diplomatic documents.

A leading atomic regulator has privately warned that the world stands on the brink of a "nuclear 9/11".
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Anyone willing to bet Al-CIAduh is gonna use a bomb somewhere in the middle east to kickoff a real world war?

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Why in the Middle East?  Where in the ME?

Why not again in the U.S.?

When do you think the big game might be?

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Not sure if this has been posted in this thread yet, but coincidence that the Super Bowl this weekend is already preparing all kinds of little bitty detailed security to "protect" them? I mean over a FREAKING GAME they're spending oodles of money with all kinds of gadgets that are MUCH useful with more important issues?

I mean WHY in the heck would Al Qaeda target a football game, when Muslims don't even care, or even know about the sport of American football? Last I checked, their pastime sport is cricket.

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There might be something to Superbowl Steve's timing, but he never said it would be at the game, right?

Could be elsewhere:  NY or some other city.

CIA/Mossad/MI6 -- abort, abort, abort!

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There might be something to Superbowl Steve's timing, but he never said it would be at the game, right?

Could be elsewhere:  NY or some other city.

CIA/Mossad/MI6 -- abort, abort, abort!

Well, the Pittsburgh Steelers are playing at this Super Bowl, FWIW.


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Police search home of murdered former Pentagon official

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Wednesday, February 16th, 2011 -- 4:40 pm

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Police in Delaware remained tight lipped on Wednesday about why they returned to the home of John P. Wheeler III, the former Pentagon official whose body was found in a landfill on December 31.

Several officers from the Delaware city of Newark, the lead investigative force in the case, went to the New Castle home Tuesday, said Lt. Mark Farrall. He said the search warrant was sealed and declined to provide any details.

At this point there are no suspects in the case and no crime scene, Farrall said. Police were hopeful that a $25,000 reward established by the Wheeler family would result in helpful information. A tip line that police established at the time of the disappearance has been silent, Farrall said.

Wheeler's body was found in Wilmington's Cherry Island Landfill on December 31.

More: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/02/16/police-search-home-of-murdered-former-pentagon-official/
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Police search home of murdered former Pentagon official

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Wednesday, February 16th, 2011 -- 4:40 pm

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Police in Delaware remained tight lipped on Wednesday about why they returned to the home of John P. Wheeler III, the former Pentagon official whose body was found in a landfill on December 31.

Several officers from the Delaware city of Newark, the lead investigative force in the case, went to the New Castle home Tuesday, said Lt. Mark Farrall. He said the search warrant was sealed and declined to provide any details.

At this point there are no suspects in the case and no crime scene, Farrall said. Police were hopeful that a $25,000 reward established by the Wheeler family would result in helpful information. A tip line that police established at the time of the disappearance has been silent, Farrall said.

Wheeler's body was found in Wilmington's Cherry Island Landfill on December 31.

More: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/02/16/police-search-home-of-murdered-former-pentagon-official/

Hmm...we'll have to keep our eyes peeled on this story!
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I am glad the local cops are keeping this case alive at least.

Unbelievable.


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Widow's stressful life after landfill death
Pace of investigation, uncertainty frustrate wife of John Wheeler
 



Slate.com Slate.com
updated 2/17/2011 8:12:00 PM ET 2011-02-18T01:12:00


The last time Katherine Klyce saw her husband, John Wheeler, she was mad at him. It was the day after Christmas, and she was looking forward to a relaxing few days at home in New York City. "I like the week between Christmas and New Year's because you can lie around and go to the movies," said Klyce. But Wheeler said he had to go to Washington, where he'd held numerous posts in the Reagan and both Bush administrations, and where he currently worked for a defense technology firm. Klyce was upset, but she didn't sense anything wrong. "He seemed just like Jack."

Nor was it a surprise when she didn't hear from him for a few days. Wheeler and Klyce, his second wife, had homes in New York City and New Castle, Del. Wheeler traveled a lot for work, so they weren't always in the same place at the same time. Klyce tried to call Wheeler a couple of times in the days after Christmas, but the calls went straight to voice mail. "That just made me madder," she said. They had plans to attend a cousin's wedding in Cambridge on New Year's Eve. When she couldn't reach her husband, Klyce went to the wedding without him.

..It wasn't until Jan. 2, when she was back in New York, that she heard Jack was dead. His body had been found in a pile of trash at the Cherry Island Landfill in Newark, Del., the morning of New Year's Eve. Newark police had first called Kate Wheeler, Jack's daughter by his first marriage who currently lives in New York. Kate went to Klyce and Wheeler's Harlem apartment to tell Klyce in person. "You hear it and you don't take it in," Klyce said in an interview. "It's like your brain doesn't absorb the news."

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Bascially, she says no one has claimed reward money for information because they've already been paid off.

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Widow's stressful life after landfill death  Pace of investigation, uncertainty frustrate wife of John Wheeler  
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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41654665/ns/slatecom/

Bascially, she says no one has claimed reward money for information because they've already been paid off.

Un-believable....
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The lack of communication has frustrated Klyce. "They have been so bad," she said. "They've made my life so miserable." After Wheeler's death, the whole family went down to the Newark police station for questioning. "They treated us like criminals, all of us," said Klyce. "They were rude."

The cops confiscated credit cards, financial records, and Wheeler's computer. In recent weeks, some of her cards have had mysterious charges, including two plane tickets from New York to Madrid totaling $3,000, according to Klyce.
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I was wondering what the status of the investigation was and kept an eye on this forum. (never bothered to create an account).

Today I saw this article: http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2011-05-11-jack-wheeler-unsolved-murder_n.htm?csp=hf
And the day before the article got posted, this happened:
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/politics/doctor-vice-president-joe-bidens-son-hospitalized-for-mild-stroke_100362294.html

Coincidence or just a smart journalist that heard Beau Biden was hospitalised and contacted the Wheeler family for an interview?

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not much news on this but I did find this:

http://www.delawareonline.com/section/NEWS1103/Wheeler



http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20110511/NEWS01/105110342/Was-Wheeler-s-death-random-killing-assassination-


Delaware crime: The death of John P. Wheeler: Random killing or assassination?
In first extended interview, widow of former federal official says he looked scared in his final days
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Though police have been tight-lipped about what they have uncovered, Klyce's account helped fill several gaps in a timeline that began when Wheeler left their New York City condominium the morning of Dec. 28 and ended with the discovery of his corpse three days later.

For example, she said Wheeler was found wearing his Rolex watch, bought in Vietnam during his tour in the late 1960s, and treasured West Point class ring. Though the neck wallet Wheeler usually wore to carry a credit card, keys and an identification card were not returned, Klyce said the discovery of the expensive jewelry on his body "casts doubt on the robbery theory."

...authorities won't say where on Wheeler's body the fatal blows were inflicted...She saw his body only from the neck up and speculated the fatal blows were to "his torso."

3:26 AM, Apr. 29, 2011  -
Former Pentagon official John Parsons Wheeler III, whose slaying remains unsolved, will be interred with full military honors this morning in the Columbarium at Arlington National Cemetery.


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His name is very interesting:


Jack Parsons: Eugenecist
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Parsons_(academic_and_filmmaker)

Jack Parsons (1920 – 3 October 2006) is remembered principally for his research as a sociologist, which advocated and promoted the practice of population control. He also wrote, directed, produced and edited a documentary film, The Blackhill Campaign, between 1959 and 1963, about the closure of a coal mine near Berwick Upon Tweed in 1959. Biography Parsons was born in Nottinghamshire in 1920. He served in the RAF during World War II, before working in civil engineering and studying as a mature student at Keele University from 1952-55. He then worked as a research officer for the National Coal Board until 1959, before his first academic appointment at the Brunel College of Technology in London. He moved to Cardiff in 1974, where he worked at the Sir David Owen Population Centre at Cardiff University until his retirement in 1981. Parsons continued to write and publish until his death in 2006.

Population Control Research
Parsons became interested in population control during the 1960s, and began the research that led to a significant body of books and articles being published between 1971 and 1998. His essential thesis was that overpopulation can be seen as a threat to personal liberty and that the governments of developed countries deliberately encouraged unsustainable population growth as a form of political control. This was first proposed in Parsons' 1971 monograph Population Versus Liberty, and developed further over the following decades, culminating in his two-volume monograph A Study of the Pursuit of Power Through Numbers in 1998. Parsons also saw himself as a maverick and a thorn in the side of the political establishment, believing that it deliberately sought to suppress his research. His detractors regarded him as a conspiracy theorist. In 1971 he founded his own publishing company, the Population Policy Press, primarily to publish his own work, claiming that reputable academic publishers refused to do so on account of its controversial nature. In his last major published work, The Treason of the BBC (2006), Parsons accused the British Broadcasting Corporation of suppressing the debate around overpopulation.

The Blackhill Campaign
In 1959 Parsons read about the political controversy that had emerged following the announcement by the National Coal Board (NCB) that Blackhill Colliery, near the village of Scremerston in Northumberland, was to close with the loss of 160 jobs. Parsons was working for the NCB at the time. It was rumoured that the decision was the result of a national deal that had been made between the NCB and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) to manage the contraction in the coal industry that had been necessitated by falling demand in the late 1950s. Parsons wrote an article condemning the centralised decision making that had driven the process, arguing that the local community and businesses dependant on the mine should have been involved.[1] On the advice and encouragement of his friend, the Free Cinema filmmaker Karel Reisz, Parsons then decided to make a documentary about the campaign, despite being an amateur with no formal training in or prior knowledge of film production. The film was produced in his spare time between 1959 and 1963, with the only professional help coming from a completion grant provided by the British Film Institute's Experimental Production Fund in the final months of the process. Given the film's amateur provenance, it received a surprisingly positive reception by critics following the first screenings in the winter of 1963-64: The Observer's reviewer, for example, described The Blackhill Campaign as 'a much more powerful and real thing to give filmgoers than the numbing second features that are pumped out satisfy their alleged appetite'.[2] Despite the positive reception of The Blackhill Campaign, Parsons returned to his career as a sociologist and did not make any further films. Blackhill had disappeared from the British Film Institutes's non-theatrical distribution catalogue by the late 1960s, and was in effect a lost film until its rediscovery and restoration by the Northern Region Film and Television Archive in 2004. At the time of writing, it is available to purchase on DVD from the Population Policy Press.

Jack Parsons: OTO Occultist & Rocket Engineer
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John Whiteside Parsons (born Marvel Whiteside Parsons on October 2, 1914 – died June 17, 1952), better known as Jack Parsons, was an American rocket propulsion researcher at the California Institute of Technology. He was one of the principal founders of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Aerojet Corp. He was also an occultist and one of the first Americans to take a keen interest in the writings of English author and Thelema's founder Aleister Crowley. In this capacity, he joined and eventually led an American lodge of Crowley's magical order, Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.).[1]

Youth
Parsons was the only child of a rich but dysfunctional family.[citation needed] When he was a teenager his father walked out on his wife and son. Parsons landed a job with the Hercules Powder Company while still a senior in high school. The following year, he entered Pasadena Junior College and spent two years at the University of Southern California, although he did not graduate. Parsons and Helen Northrup were married in April 1935.[2]

Parsons and the Space Age
In 1936, Parsons joined the Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory (GALCIT) of the California Institute of Technology, where he worked for Frank Malina and Theodore von Kármán in Pasadena. While his formal education was limited, Parsons demonstrated tremendous scientific aptitude and genius, particularly in chemistry. His rocket research was some of the earliest in the United States, and his pioneering work in the development of solid fuel and the invention of JATO units for aircraft was of great importance to the start of humanity's space age. The noted engineer Theodore von Kármán, Parsons's friend and benefactor, declared that the work of Parsons and his peers helped usher in the age of space travel.[3] Parsons co-founded the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, commonly referred to as JPL. According to von Kármán, Parsons' work in solid fuel research "... made possible such outstanding rockets as the Polaris and the Minuteman.[4] It was in 1942, the same year Parsons was appointed as head of the Agapé Lodge by Aleister Crowley (who himself had studied chemistry), that Parsons made the crucial breakthrough in the development of rocket solid fuel. Following intuition, Parsons switched from black powder to asphalt and potassium perchlorate.[5] Compared with Peenemünde, America was finally in the race for rocket propulsion with solid fuel for the space age.

Parsons and the occult
Parsons saw no contradiction between his scientific and magical pursuits. Before each rocket test launch, Parsons would chant Crowley's hymn to the Greek god Pan.[6] In 1942 Parsons was chosen by Aleister Crowley to lead Agapé Lodge of OTO in California following Crowley's expulsion of Wilfred Smith from the position.[7] Sara Northrup (aka "Sarah Elizabeth" or "Betty" Northrup), began living with Parsons and Parsons' wife, Sara's half-sister Helen Northrup; later, Parsons and Sara became involved in an affair, which caused strife with Helen and eventually led to Helen leaving with Wilfred Smith. Sara Northrup went on to marry author L. Ron Hubbard, who served as the occasional magical partner of Parsons, and who would later found the Church of Scientology.[citation needed]

Babalon Working and Marjorie Cameron
Parsons, a science fiction fan, had read in the fantasy pulp magazine Unknown the 1940 original shorter version of Jack Williamson "Darker Than You Think". Parsons had identified the redheaded female love interest of the protagonist with Babalon or the "Scarlet Woman", who Crowley had prophesied would help to fulfill the Aeon of Horus and announce to the world the end of the Aeon of Osiris represented by Christianity and other patriarchal religions and social institutions. In 1946, Parsons and Hubbard (whose works Fear and Typewriter in the Sky, among others, had actually appeared in Unknown) participated in a work of ceremonial magic known as the Babalon Working. In simple terms, the Babalon Working was a ritual to summon this Scarlet Woman. Paul Rydeen writes: The purpose of Parson's [sic] operation has been underemphasized. He sought to produce a magickal child who would be a product of her environment rather than of her heredity. Crowley himself describes the Moonchild in just these terms. The Babalon Working itself was preparation for what was to come: a Thelemic messiah.[8] Crowley, who lived in England at this time and had little say over the matter, disagreed strenuously. Though he had never met him, Crowley had no love for Hubbard and considered him a con artist with plans to abscond with Parsons' money and current girlfriend. Almost immediately he met Marjorie Cameron right in his own home, and regarded her as the Scarlet Woman and the fulfillment of the ritual. Parsons, Hubbard, and Cameron then proceeded to the next stage of the Babalon Working in which Cameron acted as Parsons' magical sexual partner with whom he could sire a Moonchild. The creation of this Moonchild had been previously covered in fictional form in Crowley's novel Moonchild. Parsons ended the ritual by declaring it successful. A physical child was not conceived, but this did not affect the results of the ritual, as Parsons and Cameron soon married. In January 1946, Parsons, Sarah Northrup, and Hubbard began a boat dealing company named Allied Enterprises. Parsons put in the sum of approximately $21,000 of which Hubbard contributed $1,200. Just as Crowley had predicted, Hubbard eventually abandoned Parsons and their business plans, leaving for a port in Florida with the boat and with Sarah. Parsons retreated to his hotel room and summoned a typhoon in retribution (viz., with an evocation of Bartzabel[9] — an intelligence presiding over the astrological forces associated with the planet Mars). A Florida court later dissolved the poorly-contracted business, ordered repayment of debts to Parsons, and awarded ownership of the boat to Hubbard. Parsons resigned his leadership of the Agapé Lodge in 1946.

Death
Fritz Zwicky, a member of the original Aerojet team, disliked Parsons, and described him as a "dangerous man". This pronouncement would prove prophetic, at least for Parsons himself. On 17 June 1952 Parsons was killed in an explosion of fulminate of mercury at his home laboratory. Though gravely injured, he survived the immediate explosion, but he died of his wounds a few hours later. Distraught, Parsons' mother killed herself just hours after he died.[3] Unsubstantiated rumors of suicide, murder or a magical ritual gone wrong have attempted to explain Parsons' death. However, Parsons did store many volatile chemicals and compounds in his laboratory and had been working to finish a contract for a special effects firm.[3]

Religious beliefs

Parsons adhered to the religion of Thelema, which had been founded in 1904 by the English occultist Aleister Crowley following a spiritual revelation that he had in the city of Cairo, Egypt, when - according to Crowley's own accounts - a spirit being known as Aiwass dictated to him a prophetic text known as The Book of the Law.[11] On July 31, 1945, he gave a speech to the Agape Lodge in which he attempted to explain how he felt that The Book of the Law could be made relevant to "modern life." In this, which was subsequently published under the title of "Doing your Will", he examined the Thelemite concept of True Will, writing that:
The mainspring of an individual is his creative Will. This Will is the sum of his tendencies, his destiny, his inner truth. It is one with the force that makes the birds sing and flowers bloom; as inevitable as gravity, as implicit as a bowel movement, it informs alike atoms and men and suns. To the man who knows this Will, there is no why or why not, no can or cannot; he IS! There is no known force that can turn an apple into an alley cat; there is no known force that can turn a man from his Will. This is the triumph of genius; that, surviving the centuries, enlightens the world. This force burns in every man.[12]

He identified there as being four obstacles that prevented humans from achieving and performing their True Will, all of which he connected with fear: the fear of incompetence, the fear of the opinion of others, the fear of hurting others, and the fear of insecurity, but he insisted that these must be overcome. He wrote that "The Will must be freed of its fetters. The ruthless examination and destruction of taboos, complexes, frustrations, dislikes, fears and disgusts hostile to the Will is essential to progress."[13]

Politics

Politically, Parsons was a staunch and vocal social libertarian, believing strongly in the personal freedoms of the individual. This was in keeping with his religious adherence to Thelema, which holds to the ethical code of "Do what thou wilt." In his article, Freedom is a Lonely Star, he championed the libertarian social views of some of the founding fathers of the United States, which were enshrined in the American constitution, claiming that by his own time these had been:
sold out by cheap and venal politicians, by benevolent authoritarians, by "loyal" party men, by shrewd and greedy capitalists, by wise guys and smart guys that know all the answers. It has been sold out by the great middle class that prefers its false security and false freedom, by the labor leaders that put power first, and the little man who prefers - at last with at least a decent reason - a full belly, or the promise of a full belly, to freedom turned dangerous and hungry. It has been sold out by America, and for that reason the heart of America is sick and the soul of America is dead.[15]

He went on to criticise many aspects of contemporary American society, including the police, whom he felt "are little more than the agents of a corrupt political machine… [for whom] the collection of revenue and the terrorization of opposition is of far greater importance than the suppression of crime." Believing that "The police mind is usually of a sadistic and homicidal trend", he noted that they carried out the "ruthless punishment of symbolic scapegoats in the form of prostitutes, derelicts, Negroes, radicals, drunks, and other helpless and insignificant members of the nation indivisible" under the pretence of a country that had "liberty and justice for all."[16]

Economically a leftist, Parsons was interested in socialism and communism.[17] Nonetheless, he was sceptical of the leftist ideas of Marxism and how they had been put into action by Marxist governments of the time, sarcastically writing that "The dictatorship of the proletariat is merely temporary - the state will eventually wither away like a snark hunter, leaving us all free as birds [this is a Marxist concept of how a communist society would hypothetically develop]. Meanwhile it may be necessary to kill, torture and imprison a few million people, but whose fault is it if they get in the way of progress?"[18] More specifically, he was critical of the socialist policies instituted in the Soviet Union by the Communist Party under the leadership of Joseph Stalin at the time, believing that like the fascist leaders Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, they led to the "establishment of concentration camps, the murder and torture of free citizens, and the annihilation of all freedom."[16] He was also a zionist, and was supportive of the early creation of the State of Israel, making plans to emigrate there when his military security clearance was revoked due to his leftist beliefs, something prevented by his death.[17] In order to help bring about a freer society, Parsons believed in bringing about a liberalisation of sexual morality, which at the time was largely constrained by the dominant socially conservative attitudes within the United States. He believed that "The advent of psychonautical sciences and the publication of the Kinsey Report" into sexual diversity had an impact on western society that was "comparable to that of nuclear physics and the advent of the atomic bomb" and that in the future the restrictions on sexual morality within society should be abolished in order to bring about greater freedom and individuality.[19]

"[Parsons] had witnessed the blinding overnight successes achieved by the government-by-terror totalitarianism of Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany. He had the foresight to see that [the United States of] America, once armed with the new powers of total destruction and surveillance that were sure to follow the swelling flood of new technologies, had the potential to become even more repressive unless its founding principles of individual liberty were religiously preserved and its leaders held accountable to them...."
-Hymenaeus Beta, current Frater Superior of Ordo Templi Orientis about fellow OTO member Jack Parsons
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I've found zero articles on this today in trying to find an update. I guess it's memory hole bound.
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i guess he isnt the same Jack Wheeler who ran Democratic International with Jack Abramoff
At first i thought he was

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I've found zero articles on this today in trying to find an update. I guess it's memory hole bound.

from August:

http://monolithik.wordpress.com/2011/08/15/the-mysterious-murder-of-john-p-wheeler-iii-part-two/

The Mysterious Murder of John P Wheeler III (Part Two)
The murder of Westpoint Grad, DoD Consultant, US CYBERCOM Official and Presidential Aide John P. Wheeler III on December 30, 2010 remains unsolved.  In fact, there has been little to no progress in the investigation since early 2011- that’s if the investigation is still active.  Even in the weeks and months following Wheeler’s body being seen falling from a trash truck at the Cherry Island Landfill near Wilmington, Delaware,  Newark Police Detectives, the lead agency on the case due to where to body was “collected”, progressed slowly on mostly false leads and theories.  Only days after Wheeler’s death was confirmed as a homicide various Law Enforcement and City Council figures made statements that would lead one to think – was this case ever meant to be solved?
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If Wheeler had just turned up dead, it would still be a tragedy.  But the strange circumstances leading up to his death bring to bare many questions that would not have to be asked if this were a routine homicide. To some, these circumstances seem to fit perfectly into the mold of a killing executed by a clandestine Government Agency attempting to keep secrets obscured from public view. To others, the events would make it seem like the killer(s) had another motive – perhaps some degree of revenge.  Either way, it is clear that this was no random killing. The killer(s) knew exactly who they were “terminating with extreme prejudice”.  Wheeler was, after all, still a very important player at very high levels of Government. Which brings us to the most important question of all – Why did they want him dead?  A solid motive would bring this case closer to being solved…  Something, it seems, the investigators have given up on.
Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5