by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: see the end of the article for two updates
Information about Wade Michael Page’s background is slowly trickling out and some interesting things have surfaced.
First of all, was Page an informant working for the FBI? The strange switch in his demeanor and the timing of his decision to join the hate movement while several others were being hired by the FBI do infiltrate it may tell us something. But perhaps a statement about his name showing up on previous federal investigations will tell us more.
Another interesting find is the fact that it is now public knowledge that for some reason, the security cameras at the Temple were “turned off” during the shooting. Considering all the conflicting reports of multiple shooters and Wade’s death, this is a dramatic development.
Wade Page FBI informant?
His step mother claims the Page that we are getting to know is nothing like the one she knew. She says she last saw him in 1999 (she’s divorced from his father) and that at that time he had Hispanic and black friends. Considering his career in the military, this would stand to reason.
“He was gentle and kind and loving and a he was a happy person and a happy child. And what happened, God only knows, because I don’t,” Page said.
She is divorced from Page’s father and says the last time she saw her stepson was Christmas 1999.
“When he lived in Texas with us, he had Hispanic friends and he had black friends. You know, there was none of that,” Page added. CBS news
This is a very interesting account considering the timeline involved. According to the interview Page gave to the record label magazine, he took off from Texas in early 2000 on his motorcycle jumping into the skin-head music scene. This is right after being around or even living with his step mother who claimed he had friends from many different races. Why would he do that?
We know that Page had been a psychological operations specialist over the course of his career in the military and if you know what psyops does, then you also know that they are often recruited into black ops after their tours are over. Sometimes they are given “less than honorable” discharges before they begin their new careers in order to put some distance between themselves and the military for reasons of plausible deniablity in the future.
Consider the fact that former Special Forces soldier David Kellerman admits that he was tasked by the FBI to infiltrate the National Alliance in 2000. Then consider David Gletty who is an admitted FBI informant who “infiltrated” the National Socialist Movement (known as the “Hollywood Nazis”). He didn’t really “infiltrate” them as much as he formed a new division in Orlando with some of his buddies who still work with him today (also informants) and they staged so-called “rallies” in predominantly black neighborhoods to stir up racial tension. Remember, he did all of this while on the FBI payroll. According to Gletty, he and his group (also informants) raped “young girls”, committed murder, and set up drug dealers to be ripped off. The only thing he ever really did to help law enforcement was to set up two young idiots, put them onto a plot to rob a drug dealer, then entrap them. Then he wrote a book on it to capitalize on his experience and now runs some kind of half-assed investigation company.
If you do the math, looks like Gletty started his “infiltration” in the early 2000s as well.
Take the case of Hal Turner. He had been around for a while in various schemes or political campaigns, but he didn’t start his way off the charts hard-core racist show until early 2002 from what I can understand and he picked a fight with 4chan that ended up exposing him as an FBI informant from the beginning thus causing him to step away from “the cause” (lesson: don’t fuck with 4chan)
Turns out that Hal Turner’s FBI handler was the same guy who failed to set up the Hutaree 9 a year ago. Small world, huh?
Why do I bring all of this up? It’s very simple, apparently somewhere around 2000, Wade Page flipped and started hating everyone so he joined up with the hate groups round about the same time several other infiltrators were starting up their careers as FBI informants keeping track of the rising numbers of anti-government groups across America.
Now that could just be a coincidence, but then you have this little gem I found:
Several years ago, Page’s name turned up as part of several federal investigations, although Page himself was never a target and there was no intelligence to suggest he posed a threat. CBS News
Now why would that be?
Security cameras off… once again.
Why is it that during these events, the “security” cameras that are supposed to aid us in providing, oh, I don’t know, “security”, are never on?
Has anybody asked about the security cameras that must have been at the Century 16 theater in Aurora Co.? No one even talks about those cameras because as we know, they had to be on or Century 16 would be sued out the butt.
But according to FBI spokespeople, the Sikh Temple turned their security cameras off right before the shooting.
Teresa Carlson is a special agent in charge of the FBI in the Milwaukee field office, and she said that they’d already conducted hundreds of interviews since Sunday. And just to give you the scope of this, they’ve issued almost 200 federal subpoenas and 101 leads are pending as of this morning. So this is a really big investigation. And they have not clearly defined a motive at this point. There was no video in the temple itself. Apparently, their surveillance camera wasn’t on. NPR
We have a mass casualty event very similar to the destabilization events taking place in Syria and there are no video cameras turned on during that time? Really?
Various witnesses reported that multiple shooters were involved (see here, here, here and the head of the temple reported several men casing the place out days before the shooting. There are several witnesses who claimed that the shooter had a 9/11 tattoo on his arm yet I can’t find a picture of Wade with any such marking yet the one guy who DID have a tat like that on his arm, and was recording pictures of the victims, is waved off by the feds for reasons unknown.
Interestingly, Wade was a member of a group called Hammerskins which is evidenced by the tat on his right shoulder “838″. As it turns out, it was the Hammerskins that Gletty was trying to infiltrate but they figured him for a snitch and he had to start up his own little group.
Was Wade Page an FBI informant working on a destabilization campaign? Had he been involved in a broader program to infiltrate growing hate groups like the Hammerskins since 2000? Had he already turned state’s evidence against others in federal investigations? Why are there no security videos from what happened that day? Did they exist and show multiple shooters? Are those recordings kept on site or at a security company of site?
There are a lot of questions here. I don’t know what the answers are, but the more we find out about this case, the worse it looks.
1. Go listen to Jack Blood interview his guest Rolf Zaeschmar while they talk about the strange timeline of Wade Page’s recent past. As I have pointed out before, Page seemed to be around in various cities when other mass killing events took place. And remember, Page only moved into his apartment 2 weeks prior to the attack. I’m listening to it now. Seems alright. I will let you know.
2. To the point of these attacks being used as a type of destabilization campaign, lets consider the story of globalist mouthpiece Fareed Zakaria getting suspended for a month from CNN and TIME. These are BOTH globalist institutions and Zakaria is certainly one of their main Mockingbird agents. But what happened was another institution discovered that Fareed had lifted a “let’s ban the guns” story from a New York Times piece and published his stolen work not once but twice so they didn’t fire him for plagiarism, which any respectable journal would do. No, instead, they gave him an extended vacation.
“As the governor of Texas (Texas!) explained in 1893, the “mission of the concealed deadly weapon is murder. To check it is the duty of every self-respecting, law-abiding man.”” Fareed the Plagiarist