Thursday, February 07, 2008


Romney and Mormons

Mitt Romney is a Mormon.

The Mormons have links to the CIA and various other odd institutions.

Joseph Smith, considered by some to be a fraudster, started the Mormon religion.

The Book of Mormon is based on a 'translation' of tablets Smith claimed he found in upstate New York in the 1800s after a visit from an angel called Moroni.

Mormons believe that the ancient Israelites migrated to Central America and that the Red Indians (Native Americans) are descendants of those ancient Israelites.

It has been proven that Native Americans first migrated from Siberia, not Israel, over 10,000 years ago.

According to an article at Scoop, ( Scoop: Suzan Mazur: Bush And The Mormons)

1. The Carlyle Group, which has links to the Bush (and bin Laden) families, was reportedly founded by people linked to the Mormons.

2. Mormons have had 'a disproportionate representation in the CIA and FBI through the years, and that J. Edgar Hoover started the FBI with Mormon agents'.

3. Karl Rove, although not a Mormon, 'was nurtured in the Salt Lake City Mormon culture and educated at the University of Utah.'

4. Mormon Timothy E. Flanigan helped organise the Bush case in the Bush v. Gore Supreme Court legal argument. Flanigan also helped organise the Homeland Security department.

5. Mormon Orrin Hatch has chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee that oversees the Department of Justice and the FBI.

6. Dawin A. John who was managing director of information and communication systems for the Mormon Church, was given the job of reorganising the FBI's computer files.


Salt Lake City is one of the top 51 'gay-friendly places to live' in the U.S. [45]

The city has a large gay community. (Salt Lake City, Utah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

In the 2004 election, 63% of the city population voted against banning same-sex marriage. [49]

Salt Lake City was founded in 1847 by a group of Mormons led by their prophet, Brigham Young.

It was Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith who married a 14 year-old. (Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith and Helen Mar Kimball age 14)

According to an article Mormonism For Children? "Many Mormon women (as well as men) suffer terribly from depression."

"Utah residents are among the highest users of anti-depressant medication in the United States, as documented in a CBS news story June 3, 2002,"Unhappy In Utah" and in the article "Mormon Women, Prozac, and Therapy" by Dr. Kent Ponder. -Mormonism For Children?

"The frequency of child abuse and spousal abuse in Utah is also extremely high."

According to : Issue 80 - Salt Lake City Messenger :

"In a highly controversial trial, which took place in 1987, a man by the name of Alan B. Hadfield was convicted on seven counts of "sodomizing and sexually molesting his son and daughter." (Salt Lake Tribune, Jan. 13, 1988)

"In the same newspaper, under the date of Dec. 16, 1987, we find the following: 'PROVO—As many as 40 people in the same Lehi neighborhood were implicated as child sex abusers by their own offspring and other children in the area, a therapist testified Tuesday.

"Dr. Barbara Snow, the principal therapist who broke an alleged widespread pattern of child sexual abuse centered in one ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, spent nearly six hours on the stand during the second day of the trial of Alan B. Hadfield."



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