James Lyons

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BornSeptember 28, 1927
New Jersey, U.S.
DiedDecember 12, 2018 (Age 91)
Alma materUnited States Naval Academy, Naval War College, National Defense University
Perpetrator ofThe secret war against Sweden
Interests • Seth Rich
• The Reagan Method
U.S. admiral who played a central role in the Reagan escalation of the Cold War. In 2018, he wrote a column about the murder of Seth Rich, saying it had "all the earmarks of a targeted hit job".

Not to be confused with scientist James Lyons-Weiler.

James Aloysius "Ace" Lyons Jr. was a U.S. admiral who played a central role in the Reagan escalation of the Cold War. In 2018, he wrote a column about the murder of Seth Rich, saying it had "all the earmarks of a targeted hit job".

Ocean Venture

Ocean Venture was a key part of a series of NATO exercises that began in July 1981. By sending a large strike fleet to just outside the main Soviet fleet bases in a surprise move, it almost triggered a World War 3 when the Soviet leadership panicked.

With the election of President Ronald Reagan and the selection of John Lehman as Secretary of the Navy, the U.S. Navy was given orders to be more realistic and aggressive during its periodic fleet exercises. Lehman authorized exercises that masked the location of large multicarrier task forces until they were within shooting range of the main Soviet bases on the Kola Peninsula. On virtually every occasion, Lyons’s stealthy techniques caught the Soviets by total surprise.[1][2]

Lyons led his Navy and NATO colleagues in planning and developing Ocean Venture ’81 into a massive exercise involving fifteen nations, over a thousand aircraft, 250 ships, two aircraft carriers, and the British jump jet carrier Invincible. The exercise practiced offensive and sea-control operations well north of the normal operating area of the Greenland–Iceland–United Kingdom gap..[1]

Lyons used a number of deception decoys and tactics, integrated Air Force assets into the fleet movement, masking his entire striking fleet through electronic means, exploitation of the foul weather, and the use of decoys, until it was within striking distance of Murmansk.[1] Lehman reflected that it was not until Lyon’s Second Fleet units had reached the Norwegian Sea that "the Soviets realized they had been snookered."[2]

The large-scale exercises in the Atlantic, which included allied forces, were paralleled by similar exercises in the Pacific, which employed the same techniques to threaten the Soviet Pacific bases. [1]

Red Cell

As Rear-Admiral Lyons, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Plans, Policy and Operations, in 1984 set up a ‘terrorist unit’ — known as the Red Cell — recruited from his own naval special forces (SEAL Team Six), to attack naval bases worldwide. This unit set off bombs, wounded US personnel and took hundreds of hostages as part of its operations. According to Lyons, it was necessary for US forces to get ‘physical’ experience of the terrorist threat in order to ‘change the mindset’ and ‘raise the awareness’ of the troops to prevent a possibly even more devastating attack.[3]

Seth Rich

On March 1, 2018, The Washington Times published an column by Lyons about the murder of Seth Rich. In the article, Lyons, saying that it "has all the earmarks of a targeted hit job", informed that "it is well known in the intelligence circles that Seth Rich and his brother, Aaron Rich, downloaded the DNC emails and was paid by Wikileaks for that information... However, strangely no one has been charged with this horrific crime, and what is more intriguing is that no law enforcement agency is even investigating this murder. According to other open sources, Metro police were told by their “higher ups” that if they spoke about the case, they will be immediately terminated."[4]

The Washington Times was force to retract the piece after Aaron Rich sued, and the paper issued an apology.[5][6]


An event carried out

The secret war against SwedenSweden
Baltic Sea
A large number of "Soviet" submarine intrusions in Swedish waters in the 1980s, in reality committed by NATO under false flag. The intrusions were about deception and PSYOPs, to change the mindset of the Swedes, to make them adapt to US interests.
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