Posted On: Saturday - October 9th 2021 7:43PM MST
In Topics:   Bible/Religion  Scams  Kung Flu Stupidity
Peak Stupidity thanks commenter The Alarmist from the idea for this post and the two images.
That's quite a resemblance there, not necessarily in facial structure but in the crazy preacher sense. The guy on the left is the late Reverend Jim Jones of the Jonestown, Guyana branch office of the People's Temple, and the woman on the left is the Acting Reverend of the New York State Governors office of the People of the Jab. The former was quite the fanatic, as the latter is now.
At least Jim Jones, the fanatic on the left, and his 900-odd followers who drank the Kool-Aid and died down there in the jungle of Guyana had an excuse for their stupidity. They were Communists**. Yes, that's one aspect of the story of that cult from 43 years back that seems to have been forgotten. In case you don't know anything or just don't remember very much about that event of no-longer-so-recent American history, Peak Stupidity conveniently wrote a 4-part series about Jim Jones, the People's Temple and the Jonestown suicide/massacre of November 1978. As usual, we missed the anniversary date by THIS much (about 5 months).
See "Drinking the Kommie Kool-Aid - 40 years back":
We also had a follow up post about the shooting down in Jonestown of California Congressman Leo Ryan - They (still) shoot congressmen, don't they?
If you watched the 2 minute video of Kathy Hochul, the fanatic on the right, in our post High Priestess of the Branch Covidian Social Justice Climate Cult., I ask you, is Kathy Hochul's behavior of wearing a "Vaccine" gold necklace not one of the best examples of what E.H. Hail noticed *** long ago, the Kung Flu panickers being nothing less than members of a religious cult?
Per Mrs. Hochul, we have all been blessed by God with THE SCIENCE, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and the experimental vaccine. Dogma can be a little contradictory at times, what with the "don't wear masks", "wear masks", then "double down on the masks", the mandatory business shutdowns but permissible BLM riots, and the wiping all hell out of all surfaces, followed by not bothering to do so. It's a lot of ritual, so one needs a leader like Anthony Fauci or Kathy Hochul for guidance.
At this point, the cult members worship the idol of the experimental vaccine. The reader may be aware, BTW, that Peak Stupidity has been railing for a long time about the other pieces of the PanicFest stupidity, but we haven't done much writing about the vax. There is data out there on the dangers of it, but I will let others write about it. We write about it here in order to point to the big attempt to make taking this vaccine mandatory as being one of new Totalitarian measures to be used to not let this crisis go to waste.
This fanatical acting Governor of New York could be the leader of this cult, just as the fanatical Jim Jones was leader of his over 4 decades back. Kathy Hochul would have to oust current cult leader Anthony Fauci first, of course. Maybe a convenient jab in the shoulder would do it.
Yes, there is a big resemblance between these two fanatics. If only the Kung Flu Cultists could find a place down in the S. American jungle to create their own COVID-free Utopia. I mean, there are plenty of places that could use the business. There are two other Guiana's even, just to the east, for crying out loud. Pick a spot and leave the rest of us the hell alone!
Good night, loyal readers. There will be more Kung Flu PanicFest-Season 3 stupidity coming next week now that it's gotten to the top of the charts again.
* It was actually Flavor Aid a cheap substitute for low-budget Utopians.
** Seriously, they were, and not just in the sense that I call these young antifa thugs and the whole ctrl-left Communists. I mean that these guys tried to live the Communist lifestyle there in the S. American jungle.
Just as an example, Reverend Jone's wife Marceline Jones, wrote the following in a note just before she drank that Kool Aid: "Leave all bank assets in my name to the Communist Party of the USSR.". As I recall from reading about it 2 1/2 years back, this amount was $800,000 or something like that, the last of the savings built up by cashing in the many older Utopian ladies Social Security checks. That almost ONE MILLION DOLLARS. I didn't write that with an image of Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery, in my head either. It WAS a lot of money back then, probably enough to keep the whole city of Moscow in borscht for a week or two.
*** This article of his was part 12 of his 13-part series: Against the Corona Panic.