This year, November 18th will mark the 40th anniversary of the “Jonestown massacre”. It was the largest such event in modern history and resulted in the largest single loss of American civilian life in a deliberate act until the state-sponsored staged events on September 11 in 2001.
9/11 was the event responsible for waking up many people to government deception by way of official narratives, investigations, reports and so on. 9/11 has also been responsible for motivating woke people to reexamine and often unlearn the official accounts of historical events. The Jonestown massacre is such an event that needs to be unlearned.
First off, nobody drank Kool-Aid at the behest of Jim Jones, cult leader of the Peoples Temple at their agricultural commune known as “Jonestown” in the South American country of Guyana. It was Flavor Aid—not Kool-Aid that was laced with cyanide poison and according to the Guyana government’s top pathologist, it was murder—not “revolutionary suicide” that claimed the lives of 911 of his “followers”. [Yes, you read correctly. 911 deaths were reported by the Washington Post on December 17, 1978. Add another one to the you-can’t-make-this-stuff-up file.]
Dr. C. Leslie Mootoo found that 90 percent of the victims had fresh needle marks at the back of their left shoulder blades. Obviously, someone else would have had to inject them there. He also observed that other people were found shot or strangled to death and others had cyanide poison forcefully squirted into their throats. Surviving eyewitnesses said that anyone who resisted drinking was killed by armed guards. Furthermore, a U.S. Army spokesperson declared, “no autopsies were needed as the cause of death was not an issue”. [Haven’t we seen this movie before?]
Initial media reports claimed that Jones convinced 408 of his followers to drink the deadly Kool-Aid. Over the next week, the media continued to report 408 deaths but also began reporting that 700 followers survived and ran off into the Guyanese jungle and U.S. army teams had arrived on site. Inexplicably, the death toll increased to 700 then 800 and finally 911 just one week after the initial reports of 408.
The New York Times reported on November 25th the additional 500 deaths were discovered because the Guyanese officials “could not count”. Following reports claimed the new dead bodies were discovered hiding underneath the original bodies even though not one photograph of the hundreds taken showed any hidden bodies.
At the time, there were people who speculated that the seven hundred survivors that fled for the jungle were hunted down and killed by U.S. Military, Guyanese troops and British commandos who happened to be in the neighborhood for “training exercises”. But it was Dr. Peter David Beter that revealed the truth about what really happened for those who subscribed his “audio letters”
In Dr. Beter’s audio letter #40 from November 30, 1978, he disclosed that the Jonestown massacre was in fact staged by the U.S. military. This mass casualty event allowed the military to take-out a nearby Soviet missile base and remove the bodies and warheads in coffins that were reportedly carrying the victims of the massacre. He explained this is why the military brought sixteen C-131 aircraft, allegedly just to remove the bodies with only thirty-six caskets allotted for each plane. This was despite the fact that this aircraft was commonly used for transporting tanks, trucks, troops and ammunition all in a single plane.
So, add the Jonestown massacre to ever increasing list of historical events that one must unlearn in order to uncover the truth. The new revised editions of our history books should read, “The government staged events on November 18, 1978 resulted in the largest loss of American civilian life in a deliberate covert act until the government staged events on September 11, 2001.