President Obama Is Leading A Modern Day Islamic Jonestown Cult

On yesterday's Trunews radio program, Rick Wiles interviewed a self-proclaimed expert on Jim Jones and his Jonestown cult named David Conn who declared that President Obama "is the reemergence of the Jones Cult mentality on a grand national level."

Conn: First off, Jones captured the media and Obama captured the media.  Jones had a strange childhood - a father, a drunk, a mother that had to fend for itself and so Jimmy Jones he was very lonely and not really looked after by a father figure.  Jones ended up as a highly egocentric, narcissistic, charismatic man who would do and say anything that would get him ahead; no real and deep-seated principles. And that's obvious.

And the same way, Obama attacked the lone media organization that began researching him critically, talk shows and their pundits going on Fox News.  Obama captured and captivated the rest of the media.  One of them was so in love with Obama that he, Chris Matthews, lost his cool and said he got a tingle up his leg.

Obama also captured and captivated the politicians and even moderate Democrats, those that were ordinarily fairly sane and seemed to have fallen blindly before this blazing young political messiah.

And Obama also had a very strange childhood.  You know, a father deserted the child when he two years old.  Obama's only father figure was a terribly nasty old man, a pornographer and a child molester and a cocaine user who was an avowed communist.

Wiles: Frank Marshall Davis.

Conn: Yeah, right. We could go into that, how weird he was. And it's pretty well established that Frank Marshall Davis was the one that got Obama into cocaine.

And also, both of them, Jones and Obama, had a background of community organizing.

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Obama is a leader of a massive cult himself.  He's the leader of the cult and the cult is Islam and he leads it by way of being its major Western world defender...

Wiles: Is Barack Obama leading America to cultural suicide?

Conn: Oh yes.

Wiles: I mean a cultural Jonestown Massacre?

Conn: Yes. That's why I said he's far more dangerous because already what's going on has caused, I think, enormous amounts of people who have just lost everything they've had and who knows how many suicides.

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