Based on correspondence with Canadian friends, I understand that extraordinary pressure had been brought to bear on many individuals to join to cult of J.T.
One fellow told me that his female boss made is CLEAR that it was vote for J.T., or find other employment. In the same office, J.T. coffee mugs were issued to each employee, lest they forget their mission.
Like most great cult leaders, J.T. brought to the table evident charisma, and a whole lot of JARGON. If the JARGON was questioned on first go round, he resorted to NLP 101, repetition, repetition, repetition. He also displayed fabulous chameleon qualities, or maybe this was NLP, too, dressing, dancing, cavorting in a manner he imagined would mirror his audience, and ingratiate himself to them.
Problem is, there just wasn't anyone 'at home'.
And, now we don't even know which of his parts are 'real'.