Sunday, November 19, 2017

Manson dead at 83, Trump still healthy (video)

Editors, Wisdom Quarterly; KFI (; KK; DLT; RS; The Apprentice Trump v. Manson

Don't compare me to little Charlie Manson.
Charles Manson, the infamous cult-leader of the "Manson Family," has died [after years of disease and a recent release from prison into the hospital] according to TMZ.

Debra Tate, the sister of one of his most famous victims, Sharon Tate, told the website that she received a call from the prison telling her that Manson died at 8:13 p.m. Sunday evening. The prison is reportedly contacting all of the victim's families.

The notorious cult-leader had been serving seven life sentences at the Corcoran State Prison in California and had been suffering health issues for some time. He was recently wheeled into a Bakersfield hospital, escorted by five uniformed cops.

In January, Manson was hospitalized for severe intestinal bleeding. He had also needed surgery to repair a lesion, but doctors elected to send him back to prison at the time as they felt he was too weak to survive the procedure.

Manson's not the only wetiko in our midst.
Besides the self-carved [Neo Nazi] swastika on his forehead, Manson is best known for directing his protege Charles "Tex" Watson and three others [all brainwashed female hippie cult members] from his cult (known as The Manson Family) to a home above Sunset Blvd. and kill everyone there [in the summer of 1969].
  • [It's interesting that possessed Charles Manson chose that house, the home of convicted child rapist (and possible fellow Satanist) Roman Polanski, Hollywood darling and current criminal fugitive. Polanski made the 1968 horror movie Rosemary's Baby about a pregnant woman who suspects that an evil cult wants to take her baby away for use in their rituals.]
Man makes horror film, molests child, runs away
The Manson Family members [ritually] murdered Sharon Tate, the pregnant wife of movie director Roman Polanski, as well as celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, the heiress to the Folger Coffee fortune Abigail Folger, writer Wojciech Frykowski, and teenage Steven Parent.

Manson was tried and convicted for the murders, and he was sentenced to death along with several other members in his cult. The death sentence was commuted in 1972 when the death penalty was briefly outlawed in California.

Manson as short prison thug and psycho-wetiko
At the time, prosecutors said Manson and his family's motivation for the murder spree was an attempt to incite a race war he believed was suggested by the Beatles' song "Helter Skelter."
Manson had been in prison since 1971 and been denied parole several times. More

No comments: