Peoples Temple was a religious organization that is best known for the events of November 18, 1978, in Guyana, in which 920 people died at the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project and nearby airstrip. The mass suicide and killings at Jonestown resulted in the greatest single loss of American civilian life in a non-natural non-accidental disaster prior to the events of September 11, 2001. Casualties at the airstrip included, among others, Congressman Leo Ryan.VideoOn 15 July 2021, Jim Jones' birthday celebrated for the second year in a row as a 'Saint' by the infamous eco-fascist Terrorgram collective with the following video Jonestown "White Night". Though the Peoples Temple was not a racist group, the Kool-Aid Massacre in Jonestown led to the death of over 900 black people and so-called "race mixers' is praised.The concept behind Terrorgram Collective use of sainthood is much like jihadi martyrdom is lionized by…
People's Temple -- Jonestown
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