Freedom Threatened By The Mormon Church
Freedom of thought, speech and individualism in America is threatened by the teachings of the LDS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Freedom is threatened by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Days Saint because history shows us that sometimes a handful of men, dedicated to a cause can gain control of government and the right to freedom. (Witness Lenin’s gaining control of Russia in 1917 and Hitler’s rise to power in Germany in 1932) We must be vigilant in our efforts to protect our freedoms of thought, speech and individualism. America controlled by the LDS church is written about in further detail in the scholarly book The Mormon Conspiracy .
The Mormon Church practices defy logical reasoning and molds minds into obedience to the Mormon doctrine and the teachings of the church’s General Authorities. These include: the baptism for the dead, the temple ceremonies, the authoritarianism of the religious leaders, the demand that women be subservient to their husbands, the sacred garments, and the general “big brother” control of Mormon Church members by the priesthood to insure obedience to LDS doctrine that prevents the creation of freedom loving, and open minded people who are needed in a vibrant, dynamic, and democratic society. The indoctrination process that the church hierarchy has developed, over its 170 year history, into a controlled and sophisticated system, floods members homes and minds with church propaganda. This propaganda is designed to convince them that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints provides the avenue to a glorious everlasting life after death. Missionaries and most of the general membership of the Mormon Church members are not aware of the church’s plan to deluge the United States and the world with Mormonism. It is also thought that the church hierarchy is so indoctrinated into church beliefs that perhaps they too may believe in the propaganda that they are promoting.
The Ensign periodical is a slick public relations instrument designed to limit individual thought and freedom in that it hides the dark history of the Mormon Church, makes the Book of Mormon story and other writings created from the imagination and fantasies of Joseph Smith sound as though they are true. It ignores the dictatorial nature of Brigham Young’s leadership, his many polygamous wives, his promotion of blood atonement and his self aggrandizement. Also the First Presidency and the Quorum of Twelve are made to appear as holy representatives of God. This periodical glorifies the fifteen top leaders, all apostles of the church, by publishing their photos, usually with the President having the largest picture, next to his two counselors with the medium sized photos and the remaining twelve apostles in even smaller photos. This glorification of the apostles appears in lead articles that the apostles write and by an occasional biography such as the one on apostle James E. Faust entitled “Pure Gold.” (Ensign August, 1995 Volume 25 Number 8)
It is believed that the Mormon church hierarchy, realizing the status symbol attraction of the Mormon temple for members, sees it as a money-making proposition. The more money that is collected by the church, the greater opportunity they will have to build the Mormon Kingdom of God on earth. More money means that better satellite communication systems can be purchased for media advertising to be used in promoting the church and for attracting new members.