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Old 12-19-2007, 09:38 AM
DutchPhil DutchPhil is offline
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Default Re: Jesuit-Trained Movers and Shakers

James Warren "Jim" Jones (May 13, 1931 – November 18, 1978) was the American founder of the Peoples Temple, which became synonymous with group suicide after the November 18, 1978 mass murder-suicide by poison in their isolated agricultural intentional community called Jonestown, located in Guyana. Over nine hundred people died from cyanide poisoning or gunshot wounds in the aftermath of Jones ordering his men to kill visiting Congressman Leo Ryan and numerous members of his entourage.

Jones was born in Crete, Indiana to Lynetta Putnam and James Thurman Jones.[1] He graduated from Richmond High School in Richmond, Indiana. He became a preacher in the 1950s. He obtained a bachelors degree at Joliet Junior College in 1961, and after graduate school at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, Jim sold pet monkeys door-to-door to raise the money to fund his own church [2] that would be named Wings of Deliverance. He later renamed his church the Peoples Temple, which was located in Indianapolis. He became an ordained minister in 1964 in the mainstream Christian denomination, Disciples of Christ. The church was distinctive for its equal treatment of African Americans, and many of them became members of the church. He started a struggle for racial equality and social justice, which he dubbed apostolic socialism. After leaving Indiana, the Peoples Temple cult built its home in Redwood Valley, California, because Jones believed it was one of the few places in the world likely to survive a nuclear holocaust. Jones authored a booklet, called "The Letter Killeth" pointing out what he felt were the contradictions, absurdities, and atrocities in the Bible, but also stating that the Bible contained great truths. He was particularly fascinated with his ability to manipulate people. Throughout the years, the young Jones perfected his craft and was very skilled in his new found art.[3] He claimed to be an incarnation of Jesus, Akhenaten, Buddha, Lenin, and Father Divine and performed supposed miracle healings to attract new members. Members of Jones' church called Jones "Father" and believed that their movement was the solution to the problems of society, and many did not distinguish Jones from the movement. The group gradually moved away from the mainstream.

"Rev" Jim Jones (1931-1979).
"Rev." Jim Jones (Mr. Cool-Aid) was a powerful warlock and a well trained Jesuit. On Nov. 18, 1978, in Jones town, Guyana, he ordered 900 of his brainwashed followers to commit suicide by drinking Cool-Aid.

Jonestown, Guyana, scene of the mass suicide of 900 men, women and children.

[Mark Lane (personal friend and confidant to the infamous Jesuit: Jim Jones), as attorney for James Earl Ray, sent his key witness to Jonestown the day before the Jonestown massacre. Fortunately, for her, she didn't go].

The secret oath of the Jesuits order is recounted, including all sorts of promises to murder and destroy heretics (true Christians) for the Pope. Only key Jesuits supposedly take this oath before infiltrating governments and assassinating leaders. Alberto also recounts the unsuccessful assassination attempts on his life including one from a dentist! (I never did trust those guys.) We're told that one of Rome's best agents was the flamboyant healing evangelist of the 1970s: Kathryn Kuhlman who pushed for ecumenical unity among Jews, Protestants, and Catholics. Worse, the Vatican planned the infamous Jonestown massacre in Guyana in 1978. Jim Jones was a Jesuit under that secret oath with instructions from Rome to commit mass murder in order to discredit Christian camps. According to Alberto, "The cry went up that politicians should pass laws forbidding groups from setting up retreats. This way, Bible believers would have to hide when the great wave of persecution from Rome begins." Tim Clark tells Alberto "...we've been betrayed! Why haven't our Christian leaders warned us? They never say anything about it on television." Alberto replies,"Because many are not real Christians (like Alberto, who has now become a REAL one)!"

It is well documented that Jonestown was a C.I.A. government medical experiment and a government cult. Many C.I.A. agents, doctors, and nurses lived on that infamous government cult compound. The Charles Manson atrocities, Son of Sam, and Sun Myung Moon were all linked and were also C.I.A. government cults, designed by the government to appear through the media’s one-sided distortions, sensationalism, propaganda, and lies to look like Christians, so that the Vatican would have an easier job of exterminating true Christians in the eye of the general public. This strategy was successfully used by the Vatican in Nazi Germany against the Jews. They made the Jews look dangerous and evil. The public fell for it, just as some of the public have fallen for the media’s smear campaigns against today’s fundamental born-again Christians.

Strong documentation has it that in Jonestown, uncooperative residents (true government cultists) were captured by Nazi, Catholic trained C.I.A. armed guards who formed two concentric circles around the pavilion. The guards dragged them to the vat of poison where they were injected and somehow labelled involuntary (an essential procedure necessary to document the results of the experiment).6 This was not a Christian retreat. This was a Nazi Catholic C.I.A. government compound. Jim Jones was not a Christian, but he was a well paid, completely U.N. government subsidized Vatican informer, to Cuba, Russia, and the U.S., a go-between patsy. When the Vatican C.I.A. was through with Jim, their guinea pigs, and their experiments, they simply did them in as they have historically done with so many of their own. No problem for them to have an occasional burning, gassing, or poisoning as you have seen with your own eyes in World War II, Jonestown, and now the Waco incident.

No conclusive evidence unfortunately...
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