August 20, 2009
What do Harvey Milk and Jim Jones have in common?
(The Infiltration of Christainity)
Jason Molotov Mitchell - March 25, 2009
For the Record
Wikipedia - Peoples Temple
Wikipedia - Harvey Milk
I decided, how can I demonstrate my Marxism?
The thought was, infiltrate the church.
So I consciously made a decision to look into that prospect.
-- Jim Jones, before starting his Peoples Temple -- Wikipedia- Peoples Temple
Harvey Milk, a Jewish Pharisee, was a supporter of Jim Jones, a Marxist atheist manipulator of Christians, while Jim Jones and his Peoples Temple was a "community organizer" supporter of Harvey Milk.
Hence a famous "Christian" leader was really
--1) an anti-Christian
--2) wanting to mislead Christians away from Christianity
--3) and he was supported by a Jewish Pharisee.
Just one more story to fit my model of Jewish Sanhedrin dominance in American society and their active destruction of Christianity.
Milk gets the Hollywood treatment
The most rabid communist, anti-Christian, Jewish actor in Hollywood, Sean Penn, gets to play Harvey Milk in the movie Milk
The star-struck love-affair tie-in to Hollywood only suggests that anti-Christian Jim Jones had much more Jewish media-Scribe and Jewish Pharisee support than can possible be unearthed.
By the way, regardless of Hollywood's propensity to embellish the facts, Dan White's motives were to murder the mayor, George Moscone, not Milk, who was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time, and was not because White was a homophobe, yet Harvey Milk is still portrayed as a "gay martyr".
Hollywood can however hide embarrassing facts, so there was not a single actor to play the part of Jim Jones in the Milk
Obama grants the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Milk
And why wouldn't Barack Obama support a homosexual Jewish Pharisee, who was elected by the doomed followers of genocidal anti-Christian maniac Jim Jones.
Bio on Harvey Milk
Harvey Bernard Milk was born...to William and Minerva Karns Milk, Lithuanian Jews.
On November 27, 1978, Milk and Mayor George Moscone were assassinated by Dan White, another city supervisor who had recently resigned but wanted his job back.
Despite his short career in politics, Milk became an icon in San Francisco and "a martyr for gay rights", according to University of San Francisco professor Peter Novak.
Because the Peoples Temple leader, Jim Jones, was politically powerful in San Francisco, Milk allowed Temple members to work his phones, and later spoke at the Temple and defended Jones.
President Barack Obama awarded Milk the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his contribution to the gay civil rights movement in August 2009, stating "he fought discrimination with visionary courage and conviction".
-- Wikipedia -- Harvey Milk
Jim Jones, the Democratic Marxist Community Organizer
As with any communist endeavour, the poor followers always seem to end up dead in a genocide.
The genocide was the entire population of 918, including 270 children, in this case.
But first, they were Acorn-like community organizers for Democrat Harvey Milk.
Bio on Jim Jones
Before forming a church, Jim Jones had become enamored of communism and frustrated by the harassment communists received in the U.S
I decided, how can I demonstrate my Marxism? The thought was, infiltrate the church. So I consciously made a decision to look into that pro- that prospect.
The move to San Francisco permitted Jones to return to urban recruitment and made better political sense because it permitted the Temple to show its true political stripes.
By the Spring of 1976, Jones openly admitted even to outsiders that he was an atheist.
Despite the Temple's fear that the IRS was investigating its religious tax exemption, by 1977, Jones' wife, Marcy, openly admitted to the New York Times that Jones had not been lured to religion because of faith, but because it served his goal of social change through Marxism.
She stated that, as early as age 18 when he watched his idol Mao Zedong overthrow the Chinese government, Jones realized that the way to achieve social change in the United States was to mobilize people through religion.
She admitted that "Jim used religion to try to get some people out of the opiate of religion," and had slammed the bible on the table yelling "I've got to destroy this paper idol!"
During this time, Harvey Milk spoke at Peoples Temple political rallies and wrote a letter to President Jimmy Carter after the investigations began praising Jones and stating that the leader of those attempting to extricate relatives from Jonestown was telling "bold-faced lies."
In all, 918 people died, including over 270 children. It was the greatest single loss of American civilian life in a non-natural disaster until the incidents of September 11, 2001
-- Wikipedia -- Peoples Temple
Harvey Milk and Jim Jones
March 25, 2009
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