If you’re ever looking for something to study that isn’t directly related to politics, I encourage you to study the saga of Charles Manson and his little reign of terror back in the closing months of the 1960’s – it’s really quite fascinating (in a dark way) to learn the details.
Because Manson was by no means a random butcher with the mental faculties of a feral ghetto Negro – his actual IQ was only in the average-high average range, but his musical talents, and especially his cleverness and ability to manipulate (almost superhuman) are definitely worth mentioning.
Charles Manson, the ’60s cult leader behind one of the most notorious killings in American history, died Sunday in California after a prolonged illness, officials said. He was 83.
Manson – housed at Corcoran State Prison since 1989 – died at 8:13 p.m. local time at Kern County Hospital, the California Department of Corrections said in a press release early Monday.
He’d been in failing health for months and was first hospitalized back in January, reportedly with serious gastrointestinal problems.
Manson — who infamously wore a swastika tattoo between his eyebrows — had spent more than 45 years in prison after being convicted of directing his “Manson Family” clan of troubled, mostly female, followers to kill seven people in California in the summer of 1969. The dead included actress Sharon Tate, the pregnant wife of director Roman Polanski, who was stabbed 16 times.
“I am crime,” Manson proudly proclaimed during a collect call to The Post from prison in the mid-2000s.
In truth, the Post is simplifying Manson’s statements to the point of irrelevance – he had given dozens of interviews through the years that painted the painted the picture of someone obviously mentally-ill and drug-addled to some degree, but also of someone who really stood as an archetype of a society collapsing under degeneracy.
Born on Nov. 12, 1934, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to a prostitute named Kathleen Maddox, Manson was officially dubbed “no name Maddox” at birth and apparently never knew his biological father.
From a very young age, Manson was a self-styled “outlaw” who took pride in being a criminal and reveled in all the mayhem he caused.
In more normal times, he wouldn’t have amounted to much more than a bank-robber, and would have probably wound up either doing life in prison, or would have eaten a few bullets courtesy of a local police officer.
Manson committed his first crimes at around 13 years old, robbing liquor stores to scrounge together enough money to eat and rent motel rooms.
During his teenage years, Manson was in-and-out of juvenile halls and was placed in the Indiana Boys School, where he was sexually assaulted before he escaped in 1951, according to a book, “Manson In His Words,” by Nuel Emmons.
If this is true, makes you really question the whole Homosexual Question, and how their preferred lifestyle (straight-up pederasty) destroys boys for the rest of their lives.
Between 1951 and 1955, Manson was repeatedly arrested for a variety of federal and state offenses, including stealing cars and robbing gas stations.
He was sent to reformatories, but none of them could wean him off his appetite for trouble.
By 1957, Manson was doing hard time in the federal prison at Terminal Island in Los Angeles for violating his probation after he was caught stealing a car and driving it over state lines.
He was eventually paroled, but started a career as a pimp and tried to cash forged US Treasury checks.
Manson found himself back at Terminal Island, where, on March 21, 1967 – the day of his release – he pleaded with prison officials to keep him there because he had been institutionalized for most of his life up to that point.
The wild-eyed, gnome-like figure ended up staying in Los Angeles, where he wrote and played music with a guitar – and began a hippie cult that drew tough men and disaffected suburban young women.
His main method of control was to have his followers drop more acid than he ever did, but there were also far more subtle methods at work.
At the end of the day, Manson was just an expert controller that used his talents for weirdness and darkness rather than for good.
But Manson’s inability to build a musical career led him to an even darker path.
Manson hung out with Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson and the band’s record producer, Terry Melcher, but the latter refused to give him a record deal.
Furious, Manson put together a plan to exact his revenge, ordering several of his drug-addled, brainwashed followers to kill everyone inside Melcher’s former residence.
Despite knowing that Melcher no longer lived there, Manson specifically chose that location because it represented the music industry that had snubbed him.
Just as importantly, Manson, who harbored bizarre racist theories and philosophies, wanted to start a race war – something he called “Helter Skelter,” named after the Beatles song by the same name.
Yes, that is true.
In a nutshell, he wanted the world to think Blacks killed Tate and the others, and thought enough of a backlash would be enough to start some demented sort of Hippie RAHOWA.
His vision saw Blacks triumphing due to the weak, divided, and cucked status of Whites at the time, and then envisioned his Family rising from a desert hideout to rule the victorious subhumans.
In the decades since the Manson Family murders, you’ve had psychologists, forensic investigators, authors, and even philosophers try to explain the reasons, the triggers, and the root causes of the slaughter.
And yet everyone is still left wondering, “What (or who) could have produced such a perfect storm?”
My answer would be to look at the time period for clues – a series of years that had witnessed the annihilation of traditional American culture in favor of social experiments thought up in the minds of Jews after their expulsion from the Third Reich (for the record, the entire Frankfurt School essentially transplanted themselves to the United States in the 30’s).
Separation of the races had been overturned, the borders had been ripped open, Feminism ran rampant, the nuclear family was being broken apart, drug use was encouraged by cultural icons as a means to “open the mind,” and Christian mores had been eroded and driven from the public square – all at the behest of the standard (((Rootless Cosmopolitan))).
Manson and his followers just came along as an end result of the chaos that had been unleashed – one of the first links of a human chain that recently earned a new link in Sutherland Springs shooter Devin Kelley.
It’s actually quite easy to understand – you tear down the pillars of a structure, and then it’s not long before the whole building comes crashing down.
Jews, it’s time to own Charlie.
If it wasn’t for your presence in the land of the White Man, I’d be willing to bet that Sharon Tate and her unborn child (the ironic thing is that it would have been one of yours) would still be alive today.