Black People : JIM JONES CULT, PROVES BLACK PEOPLE HAVE A COMPLEX

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  1. JohnHorse

    JohnHorse Banned MEMBER

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    Peoples Temple was a cult founded in 1955 by Reverend James Warren Jones (Jim Jones). Based on left-wing principles such as racial integration, Peoples Temple is best known for the mass murder/suicide of its members that occurred in Jonestown, Guyana, on November 18, 1978.

    Jim Jones the CIA operative, proved how black people are SUCKERS for white people's friendship. He preached racial integration and black people pissed their pants. 85% of JIM JONES followers were BLACK WOMEN, the only black men who joined were men following behind their women and their kids.
     
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    But we already know what the complex is. Many of us want acceptance. Even where it isn't possible. We want "Whites" do love and accept us, some of us will do whatever it takes.
     
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    and it's some on this forum. BLACK FOLKS BETTER GET OVER THIS "BABY BABY PLEASE BE MY FRIEND" ATTITUDE. YOU CAN NEVER SEEN AN ENEMY FOR WHAT THEY REALLY ARE WHEN YOU LOVE THEM, BUT THEY HATE YOU.
     
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    But I think we have to view the situation with a little more complexity than that. Remember, there were "Blacks" who were burned up with David Koresh and his dream of racial integration. Jim Jones might have been a racist, but he didn't hate "Black" people insomuch as he was just plain crazy. "Blacks" happily followed him to his destruction, simply because he was willing to let "Blacks" come along for the ride. The problem is in communication. "Whites" might like you. Might marry you, have children with you, etc. The issue is that they hate your culture and your people. And you can only be accepted if you are able to reject your culture, your history, and the traditional views held by the members of your own community. If you can accept that your people are not as good as "Whites", then you can win acceptance, then can "love" you. . .after a fashion.

    Some "Blacks" can live there, quite comfortably.

    We just finished an argument where, a person admitted that "Blacks" and "Whites" committed crime at the same rate. But thought that "Blacks" should be treated differently, more harshly. And that was "common sense", that everyone could agree to. What "White" person would not welcome such an intellect as a brother and a friend?

    Somehow we have to develop the language to address this. Because that whole "White" people hate you angle, is not going to work. Especially since racism has had some serious upgrades recently.
     
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    Were you goin with this?

    If you check with the AU, or some scholars of contemporaryAfrica there have been quite a few throughout the 52 nations, and what about right here, there are probably several folks who have relatives,
    family have never seen again who were members of Father Divine and Daddy Grace.
     
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    Jim Jones
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Jones
    James Warren "Jim" Jones (May 13, 1931 – November 18, 1978) was the American founder of the Peoples Temple, which became synonymous with mass suicide after the November 18, 1978 death of over 900 people from cyanide poisoning in their isolated agricultural intentional community called Jonestown, along with the death of 9 other people at a nearby airstrip and in Georgetown. To the extent the actions in Jonestown were viewed as a mass suicide, it is one of the largest such mass suicides in history, perhaps the largest in over 1,900 years and the largest mass suicide of United States citizens.
     
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    That stuff was a mind control experiment. Proves that people can be programmed.
     
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    EXACTLY TYAB!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Destructive cults
    The People's Temple, led by James Warren (Jim) Jones
    http://www.religioustolerance.org/dc_jones.htm
    During the late 1970's, Jones had been abusing prescription drugs and appears to have become increasingly paranoid. Rumors of human rights abuses circulated. As in most high-intensity religious groups, there was a considerable flow of people joining and leaving the group. Tim Stoen, the Temple attorney and right-hand man to Jones left to form a group called Concerned Relatives. They claimed that Jonestown was being run like a concentration camp, and that people were being held there against their will.

    These concerns motivated Leo Ryan, a Congressman, to visit Jonestown in 1978-NOV for a personal inspection. At first, the visit went well. Later, on NOV-18, about 16 Temple members decided that they wanted to leave Jonestown with the visitors. This came as quite a blow to both Jones and the rest of the project. While Ryan and the others were waiting at Port Kiatuma airfield, the local airstrip, some heavily armed members of the Temple's security guards arrived and started shooting. Congressman Ryan and four others were killed; three were members of the press; the other was a person from Jonestown who wanted to leave. 11 were wounded.

    Fearing retribution, the project members discuss their options. They reach a consensus to commit group suicide. Most appear to have committed suicide by drinking a grape drink laced with cyanide and a number of sedatives, including liquid Valium, Penegram and chloral hydrate. Some sources say it was Kool-Aid; others say FlaVor-Aid®. Other victims appear to have been murdered by poison injection. The Guyanese coroner said that hundreds of bodies showed needle marks, indicating foul play. Still other victims were shot. A very few fled into the jungle and survived.

    Read the entire article about the Conspiracy Theories..

    http://www.religioustolerance.org/dc_jones.htm
     
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