James J. Lee

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James J. Lee in Far-left

James J. Lee (c. 1967 – September 1st, 2010) was an Korean-American who self-proclaimed "Extreme Environmentalist" (enough his actual ideology was more line to rarely Ecofascism) that he hold Hostage at Discovery Headquarter in 2010 for demanding to show racial Environmental message to viewers who watching Discovery Channel. Instead Lee just killed himself from being captured by the police.


He was Los Angeles, California and raised in Hawaii. He was an environmental protester who, in 2008, was given six months of supervised probation and fined $500 after he was arrested during a protest outside the Discovery Communications headquarters. In 2003, he was convicted of an illegal immigrant into the country from Mexico and sentenced to 18 months in prison.

Lee had published criticisms of the network in an online manifesto at Savetheplanetprotest.com, among which was a demand for the company to cease the broadcasting of television series displaying or encouraging the birth of "parasitic human infants and the false heroics behind those actions. His manifesto also railed against "immigration pollution and anchor baby filth", leading commentators such as Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center to decry Lee as an eco-fascist. Lee's opinions were dominated by analysis, though he also cited works ranging from Daniel Quinn's novel My Ishmael to former U.S. Vice President Al Gore's documentary An Inconvenient Truth