This has been an extremely stressful day and I’m not even sure where to begin. One of the most disturbing things was an e-mail message I received from a fathers’ rights group that touted Romney. To say I was PISSED, was a gross understatement. While I usually comment on only some of the most slimy no-good scumbag politicians, I was really ticked off to get a message this FATHERS’ RIGHTS group alluding to supporting a bonafide member of the cult – mormonism (BTW, the term “mormon” is an improper noun and should never be capitalized). I was so appalled at the e-mail that I sent a very harsh response back. Turns out that the guy who sent it has roots that are solidly grounded in the cult since its very earliest days. He wrote back to share this delightful piece of news. While I apologized to him for any offence he took of my remarks, I did NOT apologize for the factual statements about the cult and their evil support of divorce. Yes, that cult really does condone divorce – I should know, my evil ex was a member of the cult and her family also goes back to its very earliest days. Hmmm. . . could that be why I frequently comment on the CULT, both here and on my book review blog?
As I just mentioned, the CULT does condone divorce, especially when the husband isn’t one of them – they really believe that when the wife dies, the only way for her to become the goddess of her own planet is to have her dead mormon husband literally pull her out of the grave so they can both enjoy their godhood and beget more little mormon gods and goddesses of their own. No, I’m not making this up – it’s one of the things that their Satanic cult believes. In my response to the “fathers’ rights” guy, I referred him to one of the cult’s most important (of several) documents – Mormon Doctrine, by Bruce R. McConkie. In that dung-heap of evil fecal material in print, McConkie (who is now burning in Hell, along with his buddy, Gordon B. Hinckley), he states,
“. . . divorce is permitted because of the hardness of the hearts of the people, and the Lord permits his agents to exercise the power to loose as well as the power to bind.”(McConkie, page 204)
Gosh, isn’t that special?! Certainly NOT something that real fathers’ rights groups would subscribe to – REAL MEN don’t believe in divorce. Did you know that approximately 70 to 80 percent of all divorces are filed by WOMEN? I can personally attest to the fact that one of the CULT’s highest ranking members, who also happens to be the literal direct descendant of the lunatic, Joseph Smith, serves as my ex’s divorce shyster. Somehow that strikes me as grossly hypocritical for anyone who is such a high ranking official in any religion (oops, in the case of the mormons, theirs isn’t a religion it is; indeed, a cult).
While I have studied the cult and their practices for many, many years (especially after the divorce), I was so infuriated to get anything even remotely claiming that cult’s latest offering in this year’s presidential election, Mitt Romney is “supportive” of “the cause” (fathers’ rights), that I took yet another look for information on the cult’s support of divorce. I didn’t have to go far to find more of their Satanic excrement – according to one of their vile web sites: “the Church Educational System is a trademark of Intellectual Reserve, Inc.,” which is (in their own words), “owned and operated by Corporation of the President of The Church of jesus christ of Latter-day Saints” (FYI, the cult’s “jesus christ” is NOT the real Jesus Christ worshiped by real Christians -the cult’s “jesus” is a fabrication of Joseph’s Smith’s vivid imagine and is; therefore, also an improper noun) contains the following vile discussion supporting divorce. The following appears EXACTLY as written except for my notes and the fact that their vulgar references to their gods [yes, that's plural] by taking our Lord’s name in vain, have been rightfully reverted to lowercase:
(19-7) matthew 19:6. “What Therefore god Hath Joined Together, Let Not Man Put Asunder”
(Note: Not to worry, the cult doesn’t use a real Bible, they use the crap that Jospeph Smith created)
“As here recorded, our lord’s teachings about marriage and divorce are fragmentary and incomplete. They can only be understood when considered in connection with the law of celestial marriage as such has been revealed anew in modern times. These same general principles governing eternal marriage were known to and understood by the disciples in jesus’ day and also, in part at least, by the Pharisees. But the accounts here preserved by both matthew and mark of the master’s discussion on marriage and divorce are so condensed and abbreviated that they do not give a clear picture of the problem. Modern scriptural exegetes need the same background and knowledge possessed by those who engaged in the original discussion.
“To have a correct understanding of the part marriage and divorce play in the divine scheme of things, at least the following principles must be known:
“Marriage and the family unit are the central part of the plan of progression and exaltation. All things center in and around the family unit in the eternal perspective. Exaltation consists in the continuation of the family unit in eternity. Those for whom the family unit continues have eternal life; all others have a lesser degree of salvation in the mansions that are prepared. . . .
“Celestial or eternal marriage is the gate to exaltation. To fill the full measure of his creation and obtain eternal life a man must enter into this order of matrimony and keep all of the covenants and obligations that go with it. If a couple is so sealed, the two persons become husband and wife in this life and continue in the same relationship in the world to come. (D&C 131:1–4; 132.) . . .
“Divorce is not part of the gospel plan no matter what kind of marriage is involved. But because men in practice do not always live in harmony with gospel standards, the lord permits divorce for one reason or another, depending upon the spiritual stability of the people involved (Note: heck, that’s it – the cult has no spiritual stability – only Satanic stability!). In ancient Israel men had power to divorce their wives for relatively insignificant reasons. (Deut. 24:1–4.) Under the most perfect conditions there would be no divorce permitted except where sex sin was involved (Note: like polygamy?! ). In this day the divorces are permitted in accordance with civil statutes, and the divorced persons are permitted by the Church to marry again without the stain of immorality which under a higher system would attend such a course.” (McConkie, DNTC, 1:546–47.)
Yup, you read that correctly, the cult PERMITS divorce. I find that any fathers’ rights group that supports the cult is an abomination and has no business advocating on behalf of innocent men whose lives have been ripped apart by divorce. Besides the FACT that the above is currently posted on one of the cult’s official web sites sites (and I’m not going to give them the benefit of linking to it – you can use Google searches for that) and is used to “educate” their cult members, they grossly misuse the old testiment (again, using their bogus version created by Joseph Smith); here’s what the REAL Bible (not the cult’s version) says:
1 If a man marries a woman who becomes displeasing to him because he finds something indecent about her, and he writes her a certificate of divorce, gives it to her and sends her from his house, 2 and if after she leaves his house she becomes the wife of another man, 3 and her second husband dislikes her and writes her a certificate of divorce, gives it to her and sends her from his house, or if he dies, 4 then her first husband, who divorced her, is not allowed to marry her again after she has been defiled. That would be detestable in the eyes of the LORD. Do not bring sin upon the land the LORD your God is giving you as an inheritance.”
Hmmm. . .isn’t that interesting. Even more so is that women are the ones who dump their spouses today, with the assistance of the cult, and then engage in collecting more marriages – oops, did I say that? Guess I was alluding to the fact that my ex recently “remarried” and exactly one year later, was divorced again. Wonder who hubby number three will be?
Of course, pro-God people (the cult refers to non-cult members as “gentiles” or anti-mormons: if that’s the case, then real Christians [and Jews, for that matter] should refer to themselves as pro-God and the mormons as anti-God) and non-cult members will also want to know what the anti-Gods’ “educational materials” references include:
- (D&C 131:1–4; 132.) – This doesn’t refer to dilatation and curettage (uterus scraping) which “is a procedure to scrape and collect the tissue (endometrium) from inside the uterus” – unless, of course, the cult practices that procedure when they’re involved in “blood atonement” against one of their victims, rather one of their Satanic “sacred works” – actually refers to “Doctrines and Covenants.” I’ll save commentary on that vile “holy book” for another day.
- The other reference (McConkie, DNTC, 1:546–47), pertains to one of the cult’s Satanic books written, once again, by good ‘ole Brucie McConkie – you remember, he’s the guy that’s burning in Hell with his buddy, Gordon B. Hinckley. DNTC stands for “Doctrinal new testament Commentary.” Funny, to say the least but if Brucie had bothered to READ the REAL New Testament, he would have learned an awful lot about divorce. Of course, as Brucie is one of Satan’s children (actually, the cult is convinced that both Satan and their jesus are literally their own siblings!), he would have discovered:
Mark 10:12 (New International Version)
“12 And if she divorces her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery.”
Guess that means my ex has committed adultery – with the blessings of the cult, no less. Then there’s:
Luke 16:18 (New International Version)
“18 Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.”
Wonder if my ex’s hubby number two was a member of the cult? Just the same, they’ve both committed adultery in the eyes of God (the real one).
Here’s yet another New Testament verse that Brucie Burning-in-Hell McConkie ignored (gosh, he was obviously an expert on Joseph Smith’s new testament):
1 Corinthians 7:10-12 (New International Version)
“10 To the married I give this command (not I, but the Lord): A wife must not separate from her husband. 11 But if she does, she must remain unmarried or else be reconciled to her husband. And a husband must not divorce his wife.
12 To the rest I say this (I, not the Lord): If any brother has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live with him, he must not divorce her.”
Okay, so I was young and stupid – I didn’t know the cult as I do now and didn’t understand enough about them to realize that their bogus jesus isn’t the real one. Of course, I vowed never to divorce and fought it when the cult moved in (as they often do – they’ll lay in wait for years, literally, to make their move). Of course, my ex is now collecting husbands – wonder how many she’ll finally acquire (hopefully, not more than one at a time – oops, I forgot, only men in the cult are permitted to practice polygamy – it’s still condoned in their “sacred works!”).
BTW, Brucie obviously didn’t bother to read the real Old Testament either, here’s one passage he would have found,
Malachi 2:16 (New International Version)
“16 I hate divorce,” says the LORD God of Israel . . .”
I could go on and on and on but there are just so many more references that the cult has ignored (but, then again, they’re not Christians either). It’s time for me to move on to today’s star (didn’t you like the “teaser” I gave in this post’s title?), Mitt Romney. Besides the fact that it will be a cold day in Hell (I wouldn’t want McConkey, Hinckley, and all their friends to catch a cold), before I would vote for the bastard (or support a “fathers’ rights” group that thinks he supports their “cause”), I wanted to end this entry with some fun – Mitt Romney’s holy mormon underpants! That’s right, his magic underwear! What? You haven’t heard about the special underwear all good cult members wear (they call them “garments”)? Heck, over the years, cult members have claimed that their magic underwear will stop bullets and even protect them from burning up in fire (sorry, Brucie and Hinckley, magic underwear doesn’t work in Hell). God (again, the real one) forbid that Mitt Romney should ever get near the Oval Office (oh yeah, did you know that the cult has a “special room” in their Satanic Washington D.C. “temple” just in case one of their evil members should ever get elected?), the country will end up saving a lot of money. What’s that? The country would save money should Romney get elected (excuse me, I just vomited)? Yup, that’s right! Romney won’t need to be protected by the Secret Service – not only does he already belong to the secret society of the cult, but his magic underpants will protect him from all harm! What a deal! With that in mind, here’s a great video on Magic mormon underpants found on YouTube. Enjoy!