The Next 'Jim Jones Guyana' is Coming Soon

Every once-in-a-while I like to make a prediction about social trends, future sociopolitical events or the outcome of boxing matches. I have a pretty good record. I predicted the election of Trump in surprisingly accurate detail on the day Trump officially announced. I once predicted a boxing match result to the round, to the minute and so precisely that the Honduran migrant workers refused to work with me again as they believed I was in league with the devil. When I'm right I'm exactly right. I wish i could predict Stock Markets or my wife's moods. But this yearly super-prediction isn't great or funny or going to win anyone a penny on sports betting. its a very sad and terrible prediction:

 

We are going to see three modern-day versions of the 1960s and 70s 'Radical Left' horrific mass-murder/suicide events. All over again.

 

- We are going to see at least one terrible incident where the more radical 'BLM' types will bunker down for a bloody siege and suicidal stand-off with police. In this case, I'd point to the 'MOVE' disaster [which is actually in 1985 despite the group being associated with late-60s style militant black groups] but the comparison of what is coming can also be made to similar Black Panther-like groups Vs Police in the 1960s. We are just a Summer or two away from a Philadelphia type 'Blacks vs Police' situation. Look for similar numbers of a dozen killed.

 

- There is going to be a 'Charles Manson' incident happening soon enough. Look for this to come out of an 'AntiFa' type group as one influential male is, inexplicably, able to convince young women to join, pledge allegiance to him and carry out a horrific murder of a family/gathering of what they imagine are 'Fascists' but will be people related to Trump, supporters or Republicans. Look for the same demonic murders (pregnant women stabbed to death) and things like 'Pigs' scrawled on walls.

 

- And for those who remember or know about Jim Jones. It will happen again and soon. I believe it will happen as it becomes clearer that Trump will not only carry out a full term in office but is looking increasingly likely to win 2020. Look for a sizeable strain of Left-Wing types to build and isolate themselves into a commune. Watch for the commune to quickly start imploding on itself in paranoia, mental illness, drug abuse/misuse and what will ultimately end in a horrific murder/mass suicide scenario.

 

Part of the reason for scrawling out these prediction is to point to the radical sociopolitical insanity and violence the USA has already experienced before (and not that long ago) and maybe let us take a look back. I do believe younger people might not even be aware of some of these incidents or that radical left-wing violence is nothing new in the big picture.

 

The 'Black Resistance' tragedy in 1985 here:

http://mashable.com/2016/01/10/1985-move-bombing/#5QuArOrTkkqk

 

The Manson Family Murders:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manson_Family

 

The Jonestown Massacre:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonestown

 

Within 3 years we will see surprisingly similar incidents act themselves out all over again. If there is any hope, I also predict the body counts will be lower and maybe half that of the older versions.

 

I hope I'm wrong for once!

 

 

Comments

Dino Manalis Added Jun 12, 2017 - 4:39pm
All lives matter, that's why stop; question; and search policing should be enforced nationally to keep everyone safe!
Leroy Added Jun 12, 2017 - 5:23pm
Maybe they all move to Canada and live happily ever after.
William Stockton Added Jun 12, 2017 - 6:17pm
Geez and I thought you were going to reference Evergreen College.  
The Jim Jones massacre is the first thing that came to mind when I saw the events on that cult campus.
Jeff Jackson Added Jun 13, 2017 - 6:47am
I hoping before I pass I will write a book like Nostradamus and be just as vague, things like,"the gain shall bow, and the hoards from the East will have the sun at their back."  Fools will look at all of the predictions (after they happen, obviously) and claim that was what I was referring to in the prophecy.
Do us a favor Justin and be more specific, like some specific location or close to a certain time. "We are just a Summer or two away from a Philadelphia type 'Blacks vs Police' situation. Look for similar numbers of a dozen killed" is not really much of a prediction, at least as far as I can see.
Thanks for the good news: "becomes clearer that Trump will not only carry out a full term in office but is looking increasingly likely to win 2020." I'll give you credit if he wins in 2020. Keep thinking.
Bill H. Added Jun 13, 2017 - 10:40am
I'm going to predict that Trump will actually resign before the end of the year as to minimize the damage that will be inflicted on his business empire and his family reputation, rather than undergo the inevitable damage to his ego that would occur as the result of impeachment.
Justin Zhao Added Jun 13, 2017 - 11:59am
Jeff Jackson
Philadelphia type 'Blacks vs Police' situation. Look for similar numbers of a dozen killed" is not really much of a prediction, at least as far as I can see.
 
No but you are being deceptive. You've removed details then complained the newly less-specific cutout you made lacks details.
 
The Philadelphia 'MOVE' disaster is a fairly specific kind of thing and I should have said 'Black Activists' vs Police but you'd have gotten the idea its going to be BLM (or some offshoot) and it's going to be a deliberate standoff involving a larger hardcore group.
 
Trump will win in 2020 solid win but this time nobody will be surprised. Bush Sr vs Dukakis.
 
William Stockton mentioned Evergreen and yes I think that's where we're going to see these 'repeats' and unlike 'MOVE' in a Philly apartment block - its going to be happening in an 'Evergreen' dormitory :(
 
I think the Charlie Manson group is going to happen in California and someone just mentioned to me the bizarre case of the 'Diablo Valley' college professor who is notorious for having a group of young women physically play defense or distraction while he sneak out from behind them to 'bike lock' people in the head. He was just spotted holding a 'Mansonesque' meeting in a park where, sure enough, his adoring college girls quickly surround and defend him. It's downright spooky how 'Charlie Manson' that is and how these 'AntiFa' types are radicalizing into very intense 'Family Cult' groups all over again.
John G Added Jun 14, 2017 - 2:52am
Do you work for the CIA and active in planning these things?
Patrick Writes Added Jun 14, 2017 - 8:11pm
Is the Republican Congressman shooter (today) already an example of this? 
 
People are often prone to mob mentality. If the aggregate result of various media outlets is hysteria among many on the Left, that could lead to very bad results. 
 
One word on Jim Jones, the guy was a psycho, Christian in name only. Even in the days before they took the church from San Francisco to Guyana, they'd publicly beat up members who didn't follow the rules (within the halls of the church). He seems to have thought of himself more of a king than a religious (cult) leader. The warning signs were all there years in advance before the final ending. 
Jeff Michka Added Jun 14, 2017 - 9:19pm
Wow, a chance to bring back this one from the humor vaults of time:
"Did you hear Idi Amin killed 300 people?" "No, why did he do it?" "He was just 'Keeping up with the Jonses.'"
Justin Zhao Added Jun 15, 2017 - 6:01pm
Patrick mentioned the Bernie Fanatic who tried to assassinate Republican Reps at that baseball park. For sure that is more terrible left-wing violence but it's also another lone-nutter.
 
Oh, lone-wolf psychos are absolutely horrible and I suppose they add  up to more death and destruction than any single 'Waco' or 'Jim Jones' group over the long run. Sadly, nobody has quite figured out a way to stop lone-psychos either. We seem to have them during any era, administration and maybe toward any groups.
 
But to my eyes, it's really something else when it's organized consenting groups of people who carry out mass-murders or mass-suicides. I think those will also say something about real social changes, good or bad or otherwise.
 
In a way, I can 'apprehend' but not 'comprehend' how one lone psychotic kook decided to mass-murder police in Texas and that he imagined himself acting on behalf of 'BLM' sorts of groups. His sickness was his alone. Once he was insane there was nobody else to check him.
 
But it just astonishes me beyond comprehension how seven grown adults can absolutely plan together, confer, agree, check and then help each other to purposely carry out 'death by cops' for themselves and the five kids in the room for what they decided was 'Black Power'.
 
Re Jim Jones:
 
After the incident it was retold as an example of Christians doing something and is often used as Anti-Christian propaganda however..
 
You are right that Jim Jones was (well, technically speaking) a 'nominal' Christian for a while and even that is hard to say because he wasn't just deliberately infiltrating churches but he barely ever hid that. His 'Peoples Church' really wasn't hiding it, they openly 'preached sermons' about Marxism, Secular Humanism, Communism. Which is strange indeed - its a 'Christian Church' that is preaching the gospel of 'Atheism'.
 
From Wikipedia I was reminded how much Jim Jones group would sound almost identical to the Tranny-Goth kids at 'Evergreen College' or 'AntiFa' types today:
 
He also taught that "those who remained drugged with the opiate of religion had to be brought to enlightenment – socialism".[39] Jones often mixed these ideas, such as preaching that, "If you're born in capitalist America, racist America, fascist America, then you're born in sin. But if you're born in socialism, you're not born in sin."[40]
By the early 1970s, Jones began deriding traditional Christianity as "fly away religion", rejecting the Bible as being a tool to oppress women and non-whites, and denouncing a "Sky God" who was no God at all.
 
Of course, we know his horrifying final words on that audiotape too, by then, Jonestown is a secular communist paradise ending with..
 
When members apparently cried, Jones counseled, "Stop these hysterics. This is not the way for people who are socialists or communists to die. No way for us to die. We must die with some dignity."
 
...Coming to a college campus near you soon.
 
but again, I hope I'm wrong about that.
wsucram15 Added Jun 17, 2017 - 1:42pm
Justin..there are lots of "groups" out there. Im not sure what will happen or when..buts its an easy guess that at some point someone will think events have gotten out of hand and take that cue.
Out of 320 million people in the US, under this type of social pressure, its a probability. 
This is why people need to give this type of stuff a rest and stop the divisiveness.  Learn to enjoy people and life.
Donald Swenson Added Jun 18, 2017 - 1:31am
The human mind does have a tendency to desire final answers and some final salvation (security from death). This leads to all the 'group-think' organizations on this planet. Religion is mostly 'group-think' as it desires unity, acceptance, inclusiveness for the group, security, and a conforming attitude. Contrarian ideas are usually not allowed if they challenge the hierarchy which controls the group. Islam has many sects but group-think is important for the Imams of each sect.  Christianity has many denominations but each denomination desires group-think to become a member. Watch out for group-think leaders as they can be gifted with rhetorical skills to deceive those who lack real wisdom, understanding, and knowledge. D 
Justin Zhao Added Jun 18, 2017 - 3:21pm
Group-think can be a good thing, a bad thing or everything in-between. Quakers converge into a group of like-minded people and I suppose they end up praying and maybe some consequence is they won't join the military. A large group of hardcore unified 'groupthink' Lutherans is going to end up serving the hell out of coffee and little sandwich triangles to homeless people.
 
I don't know if some are good or bad or just pointless. I've been full-on into English Premiere League 'groupthink' circles and it ticks every box on the list with a groupthink so powerful their bodies can move in unison like we'd see in a school of fish. It doesn't really end up doing much of anything for anyone in terms of any actual service or product. Then again, the groups seem to enjoy it, it gives them a social activity, a hobby.
There are situations where those groups would see a section fall away into a tiny hyper-groupthink mob and physically fight other hyper-groupthink mobs aka hooliganism.
 
Some of them seem to have some negative consequences but only to the members. A hardcore groupthink of 'Guru Yogi Pashwanajeet' sees them going financially bankrupt, losing contact with their families (so we can say hurts families I suppose) and maybe losing the ability to be productive or intelligent in their lives.
 
But the ones that we might need to worry about are the groups where hardcore groupthink inevitably leads to negative consequences to non-group people. Two of them standout of course:
 
Islam and Leftists
 
Once there was a group which was a strange combo+ of them we knew as Nazis and boy they were a big big effing problem to everyone else though pretty helpful for their own members!
 
My own jury is out on certain 'Libertarians' and granted that term does describe some fairly different versions but the one powerful strain ran through the new world way of the internet and kind of locked off on '911 Truthers', Ron Paul, Atheism, saying 'Fiat' a lot and holy hell.. you cannot knock them out of their unified groupthink for anything in the world and they'd nearly rather die in a shootout with cops before contemplating a single doubt about 'WTC7' being a controlled demolition. But there again, for the most part they just get themselves killed in police shootouts and usually not so much others.
 
Leftist's will unify and concentrate groupthink into pure demonic death and destruction of anything good and godly for the sheer thrill of raping it to death.
 
And maybe that's where the inevitable mass-violence incidents are coming from - the Left in the West being marginalized, losing popular support and so being 'concentrated' into smaller but more poisonous groups.
Donald Swenson Added Jun 18, 2017 - 3:52pm
Justin, you made up some great examples of group think. Group think can be dangerous if carried to extremes. Yes, it is positive at times.
 
Hierarchical group think is where I see problems. Politicians use group think to create conformity to select norms. This can lead to a lack of critical thinking among followers. Religion, science, education can also promote group think for devious purposes.
 
The military is full of group think and follow the leader mentality. Critical thinking is suppressed by all this group think mentality. D
Donald Swenson Added Jun 18, 2017 - 3:54pm
Jim Jones and his group think followers revealed the negatives on this concept. Take the Kool aid and follow my instructions...is the mindset. D