Monday, January 17, 2011

J. Eric Fuller a Member of "," Wrote he has "Extraordinary Persuasive Charisma"

James Eric Fuller was shot by Jared Loughner last Saturday.  While I have sympathy for what he has gone through, his actions and comments in the last week have been nothing short of dangerous and incendiary.

Pundit Press has learned that Fuller has a history of self-aggrandizement and spewing political rhetoric.  As a member of "," Fuller explained his political beliefs in detail.

Under "Area of Speciality," he wrote:
I use extraordinary persuasive charisma to interest blase, apathetic, oblivious and at times hostile voters to listen to the voice of justice and consanguinity. My experiences encountering public figures and many affluent travelers in person has led me to believe that we all are to blame for George W. Bush.
First, I wonder if he used his "extraordinary persuasive charisma" when he screamed "you're dead" at a Tea Partier.  Second, how self-centered do you have to be to think that everything you say is the "voice of justice and consanguinity?"

Under "What are you looking for on this site," Fuller wrote:
KIndred (sic) spirits and an opportunity to advocate my personal agenda promoting social justice and common sense.
Fuller joined HypnoThoughts in early 2010, January 11 to be exact, as evidenced by his "activity" section:
This means that the profile was not created after the shootings in Arizona by a fake user, nor after Fuller was arrested.  Also, there are two pictures of Fuller on his profile and he wrote that he lives in Tucson.

On January 16, an administrator on the site "froze" Fuller's account, so in case they delete his profile, here is a screen-shot of his profile descriptions:
HypnoThoughts is a sizable but not extremely large website; it contains a ranking of 114,500 on the internet according to Alexa and currently has 7,561 members.  As can probably be guessed, the main focus of the website is hypnosis.  From hypnosis to help "salt cravings," to "safe sane consenual (sic) erotic hypnosis," to warnings that "the matrix is coming."  HypnoThoughts describes itself as a "free hypnosis social network."

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  1. There is a lot more to him.

  2. ...I do recall seeing this profile on FB, maybe a friend request that was declined, and all around the time last year i had visited the American Renaissance site run by Mark Dice, who has had much involvement with these type of hypno-influenced cultish oriented groups.

  3. ... I beleive it may have been in the 1993-94 range that I last had report of Mr. Fuller having moved to AZ to be a chauffer, or some such, after he had been in Miami Florida and had some run-in with politics and the law. heard he went to NW, maybe oregon, and was involved in litgation to change his name.

  4. not recall exact date and time frame, but do think it is also interesting there was a well-respected Judge Fuller in Miami around that time who suddenly and mysteriously deceased amidst very suspicious circumstances. that same judge had previously retired and went to his ranch in Wyoming, but changed his mind after a few years and returned to Miami. He was overseeing the rulings in asbestosis/mesothelioma trials that were being preliminarily heard at that time. Indications were that the major manufacturers did not like what they thought his ruling was going to be. Judge Fuller also, I believe, made some preliminary rulings in the Tobacco trials.