You really are ridiculous. Moses and Monson are nothing like each other. Manson was a mentally ill criminal, with a handful of followers, they're all banged up.
Moses, or so the stories go, was a leader who lead his people out of slavery, through the wilderness, into the promised land, and set up a legal framework. In short he was a leader and a nation/empire builder.
Leaving aside the historical (in)accuracy of the Bible for a moment, you should compare like with like. What about Genghis Kan, or Atilla the Hun or William the Conqueror? They all did some pretty despicable things in the process of nation/empire building.
The only reason you don't is because you're desperate to portray religion/belief as the root cause of all evil, so you cherry-pick facts that suit you and ignore everything else. This is just your way of trying to make yourself appear more virtuous than others who don't believe as you. In that respect you're no different, nor any less delusional, than any preachy evangelical.
What is different, is that at least Moses felt he was obeying a higher calling. You've got nobody to blame for all the sick **** you get up to, just your own sefishness and perverted desires. I bet you think about Manson a lot, as you seem to empathise a great deal with violent criminals and sex offenders.