Jim Jones and his lawyers were responsible for a mass suicide and mass murder in Jonestown, Guyana. He believed he was a homosexual and sometimes even believed he was “was” Jesus Christ.. Like many current churches with an overarching belief in socialism and Communism they also SAY they believe the correct social order.
Jones was ordained as a Disciples of Christ pastor, and he achieved notoriety as the founder and leader of the Peoples Temple cult. Jones’s first church in Indianapolis, Indiana started his ideas > so in 1951, Jones began attending gatherings of the Communist Party USA in Indianapolis. He became flustered with harassment during the McCarthy Hearings, particularly regarding an event he attended with his mother focusing on Paul Robeson, after which she was harassed by the FBI in front of her co-workers for attending.
Sadly, this week our pastor compared Jim Jones to the Branch Davidians…Yet as the following comes from Wikipedia you be the judge if our pastor just covering for the Clintons or WHAT?….
“A six-month investigation of child abuse allegations by the Texas Child Protection Services in 1992 failed to turn up any evidence, possibly because the Branch Davidians concealed the spiritual marriage of Koresh to Michelle Jones, assigning a surrogate husband (David Thibodeau) to the girl for the sake of appearances.
Regarding the allegations of child abuse, the evidence is less sure. In one widely reported incident, ex-members claimed that Koresh became irritated with the cries of his son Cyrus and spanked the child severely for several minutes on three consecutive visits to the child’s bedroom. In a second report, a man involved in a custody battle visited Mount Carmel Center and claimed to have seen the beating of a young boy with a stick….” Yet, there was no proof….. Still some speculate that the Clintons Mob wanted to put up a smoke screen…to cover-up…What do you think?
Finally, the FBI’s justification for forcing an end to the 51-day standoff was predicated on the charge that Koresh was abusing children inside Mount Carmel Center. In hours following the deadly conflagration, Attorney General Janet Reno told reporters that “We had specific information that babies were being beaten.” But FBI Director William Sessions publicly denied the charge and told reporters that they had no such information about child abuse inside Mount Carmel Center.  A careful examination of the other child abuse charges found the evidence to be weak and ambiguous, casting doubt on the allegations