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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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This is pretty scathing.

Authors, John Heinerman and Anson Shupe in the Mormon Corporate Empire, warn that the Mormon hierarchy’s success with this secret agenda will be “directly related to general public ignorance about their methods and ends.” (1)

The intent of this article is to put an end to that ignorance.
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Most sheeple read but sheeple do not comprehend.

Do to the fact of their being educated by the 5th column that infiltrated America.
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But of course
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The NWO agenda is an apostate theocracy, it's not just the Mormons.
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In Iran you have one guy who claims he is going to bring us the Mahdi or he itself is the great mahdi
In Israel you have guys who pelt stones against woman and claim that Yahweh is going to send the Messiah
In United States you have a future president who believe that one day one guy found golden codes in an strange language that were a God´s message, and an spirit appeared to him

And you are wondering why the world is so fucked up...
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(41) Journal of Discourses, 2:182. Brigham Young attributes this teaching to Joseph Smith: “Will the Constitution be destroyed?” . . . and as Joseph Smith said, “The time will come when the destiny of the nation will hang upon a single thread.” See also, 7:15, and 2:182.

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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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 Quoting: John Goz


Seriously for real!!! Now I've he4ard it all the storyies that people come up with. The last thing the leaders of the Mormon Church do not want to take over or take on the US Government. Catholic yea maybe I could that one. The only thing the Mormon church wants to keep is so the laws are not taken away ever and we can all belong to any religion we want free will and for us to make our own way and choices in life. No way would they make anyone belong to their religion and one world Gov. SO SO SILLY
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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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 Quoting: John Goz


Seriously for real!!! Now I've he4ard it all the storyies that people come up with. The last thing the leaders of the Mormon Church do not want to take over or take on the US Government. Catholic yea maybe I could that one. The only thing the Mormon church wants to keep is so the laws are not taken away ever and we can all belong to any religion we want free will and for us to make our own way and choices in life. No way would they make anyone belong to their religion and one world Gov. SO SO SILLY
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Is that why Joseph Smith ran for president? I know a lot more about this then you think.
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Look closely at the history of this church and who stole it.

Why would a prophet give the masonic distress signal it where not fact that fellow masons were in sight.
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Nobody realy gives a shit anymore. It's already a done deal, and can't be stopped. Everyone's excepted that they're screwed.
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Nobody realy gives a shit anymore. It's already a done deal, and can't be stopped. Everyone's excepted that they're screwed.
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2012 is the start of you.

Make it happen.

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Why do masons kill masons?

Ever wonder why this church is so rich in masonic symbolism.
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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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The mormon church is in reality part of the Catholic/Jesuit control system, and are possibly even worse as to corruption of teachings.
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2102 is the start of you.

Make it happen.

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John needs to be the POWER of FAITH and KNOWING. Belief is a bandied about word to divide people by their "beliefs" which are NOT knowing in most cases. Beliefs are postulates. the word FAITH implies TRUST within, of "God".
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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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The mormon church is in reality part of the Catholic/Jesuit control system, and are possibly even worse as to corruption of teachings.
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This history is stranger then even you could imagine. Joseph Smith said that about his life.
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Nobody realy gives a shit anymore. It's already a done deal, and can't be stopped. Everyone's excepted that they're screwed.
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2102 is the start of you.

Make it happen.

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2102 will be the end of me, and you, and everyone else here as well. We'll all be dead! Maybe you meant 2012?
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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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 Quoting: John Goz


Seriously for real!!! Now I've he4ard it all the storyies that people come up with. The last thing the leaders of the Mormon Church do not want to take over or take on the US Government. Catholic yea maybe I could that one. The only thing the Mormon church wants to keep is so the laws are not taken away ever and we can all belong to any religion we want free will and for us to make our own way and choices in life. No way would they make anyone belong to their religion and one world Gov. SO SO SILLY
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Is that why Joseph Smith ran for president? I know a lot more about this then you think.
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I'm not for Romney for Pres but its not because he is Mormon and what your saying is so not true. But to each his own. I would be way more worried about Obama and what his plans are. I like Ron Paul but if this is coming to help him out I don't agree with it not on lies.
Romneys beliefs have nothing to do with what he will do when he gets in office. THe only thing I can say is look at what they have done in the past that tells all.
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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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 Quoting: John Goz


Seriously for real!!! Now I've he4ard it all the storyies that people come up with. The last thing the leaders of the Mormon Church do not want to take over or take on the US Government. Catholic yea maybe I could that one. The only thing the Mormon church wants to keep is so the laws are not taken away ever and we can all belong to any religion we want free will and for us to make our own way and choices in life. No way would they make anyone belong to their religion and one world Gov. SO SO SILLY
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Is that why Joseph Smith ran for president? I know a lot more about this then you think.
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I'm not for Romney for Pres but its not because he is Mormon and what your saying is so not true. But to each his own. I would be way more worried about Obama and what his plans are. I like Ron Paul but if this is coming to help him out I don't agree with it not on lies.
Romneys beliefs have nothing to do with what he will do when he gets in office. THe only thing I can say is look at what they have done in the past that tells all.
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Zosmie, with all due respect do you know the in depth history of Mormonism? I do, in a sense I grew up in it.
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Seriously for real!!! Now I've he4ard it all the storyies that people come up with. The last thing the leaders of the Mormon Church do not want to take over or take on the US Government. Catholic yea maybe I could that one. The only thing the Mormon church wants to keep is so the laws are not taken away ever and we can all belong to any religion we want free will and for us to make our own way and choices in life. No way would they make anyone belong to their religion and one world Gov. SO SO SILLY
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Is that why Joseph Smith ran for president? I know a lot more about this then you think.
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I'm not for Romney for Pres but its not because he is Mormon and what your saying is so not true. But to each his own. I would be way more worried about Obama and what his plans are. I like Ron Paul but if this is coming to help him out I don't agree with it not on lies.
Romneys beliefs have nothing to do with what he will do when he gets in office. THe only thing I can say is look at what they have done in the past that tells all.
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Zosmie, with all due respect do you know the in depth history of Mormonism? I do, in a sense I grew up in it.
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Yes actually I went to Ricks college and graduated from BYU so yea I to grew up around it being from Idaho a Sugar- Salem area. I havn't went to church for a long time but yes I know the history the truths and the untruths. I also have looked into other relgions and the one I would worry about would be the Catholic if I was worried which I'm not.
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I have grown up in the rlds faith and see the practice of Mormonism from a far different perspective then those raised in the Mormon faith.
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Man, he is a lot like 0bama.. huh?...:)
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I have grown up in the rlds faith and see the practice of Mormonism from a far different perspective then those raised in the Mormon faith.
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to each his own but wht you say is not at all true. Seriously if you look at the history of the Catholic and what they have done in history I would say they would be the ones that I probably couldn't trust. I can tell you the church and Romney are completely separate when it comes to politics.
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It all there. Said by the founders of this church. Read it and ask Romney what his real goal is?

The Agenda

The Mormon Church, through its political organization, the Kingdom of God, says John J. Stewart in Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet, plans on gaining a political stronghold in the U.S. government. The goal is to “bring the United States Government under the rule of the priesthood.” (6)

This is reiterated by John Heinerman and Anson Shupe:

For them the prophecy [of Daniel 2:31-45] says that the Mormon people and the resources of their corporate empire will be the prime movers in a millennial overthrow of the United States government.” (7)

Eventually, their ultimate aim is to create an ecclesiastical, one-world government.” (8)

This means, as Brigham Young stated in the Journal of Discourses, “no more or less than the complete overthrow of the nation, and not only of this nation, but the nations of Europe". (9)

Believing this goal to materialize sooner, Brigham Young declared, according to historian Bancroft, that “he would himself become President of the United States, or dictate who should be President.” (10)

Further, Joseph Smith, as well as all succeeding Presidents of the Church, determined that this new government would be a theocracy, not a democracy.

A theocracy is a form of government in which God or a deity is recognized as the supreme civil ruler, with that God’s or deity’s laws being interpreted by the ecclesiastical [church] authorities. . . .a system of government by priests claiming a divine commission.

The primary motivation was to prepare the world for Christ’s Second Coming and the millennial reign, and since Mormons believe that it is the only true church that God recognizes, it is imperative when that time comes that Mormon leaders be in charge. But, if their agenda can be achieved before the Millennium by establishing more Mormons in politics and increasing their membership worldwide, so much the better.

The Biblical passage the LDS Church uses to validate their political organization is Daniel 2:31-45, which describes a stone which is to roll through the whole earth and destroy all other governments. Verse 44 is quoted often:

And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever. (v. 44 KJV)

While the general membership interpret Daniel’s vision as the LDS Church and its theology, Joseph Smith actually taught that the stone referred to the political system, The Kingdom of God.

President John Taylor describes how Mormon leaders expect their world rule:

The priesthood will be the only legitimate ruling power under the whole heavens; for every other power and influence will be subject to it. When the millennium... is introduced all potentates, powers, and authorities-every man, woman, and child will be in subjection to The Kingdom of God; they will be under the power and dominion of the priesthood of God. (11)

Brigham Young said:

We are called the State Legislature [of Utah], but when the time comes, we shall be called The Kingdom of God, political. . . . For the time will come when we will give laws to the nations of the earth. (12)

In more modern times, Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, in Mormon Doctrine, reaffirms the agenda:

During the millennium . . . the church . . . will have the rule and government of the world given to it. (13)

Deception

To keep non-Mormons from becoming alarmed and finding out about their political agenda, church leaders do not, according to historian, Klaus J. Hansen, in The Theory and Practice of the Political Kingdom of God in History, publicize this. If they were asked about it, they would feel it necessary to deny it:

In a logical attempt not to arouse the already excited non-Mormon world further, Church leaders thought it wise to publicize their true aims regarding the political Kingdom of God as little as possible. At times, the leaders felt it necessary to flatly negate political aspirations. (14)

Distinction Between the LDS Church and the Political Kingdom of God

Once again, it’s important to understand that the organization of the Mormon’s political Kingdom of God is not synonymous with the church--nor was it ever an organization within their church. It was a separate entity, although it grew out of the church and was directed by men holding the Mormon priesthood. Mormon historian, Dr. Hyrum L. Andrus, in Joseph Smith and World Government, explains this distinction:

[The church] with its priesthood authority, was the body out of which the political [organization] was to be developed, and, since the priesthood was thereafter to have power to name men to political office . . . the government of God could be said to grow out of the Church. But following the appointment of men to political office there was then to be a constitutional separation of powers between Zion [the church] and the political government. In this way the Church and the State were to be separate bodies; for example, in our present Federal government the judicial branch, in a sense, grows out of the executive branch, in that its officers have their origin as judges in the nomination of the President. But following such nominations and a vote of consent by the Senate, federal judges become separate and independent officers, subject only to the covenants and by-laws which govern their actions in office. So also with Zion and her political government: the latter was pictured as growing out of the former body, but thereafter there was to be a constitutional separation of powers between the two organizations. (15)


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tooooo latteeeee kissenger owns the legacy of govt there.it is his system of lies and deceptions.no he has no chance.
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LOL, yeah got to fix that.
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LOL.
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I have grown up in the rlds faith and see the practice of Mormonism from a far different perspective then those raised in the Mormon faith.
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to each his own but wht you say is not at all true. Seriously if you look at the history of the Catholic and what they have done in history I would say they would be the ones that I probably couldn't trust. I can tell you the church and Romney are completely separate when it comes to politics.
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Have you ever been to Kirtland Temple? The whole aim of the early church was to combine religion and government. Read the article I linked to. The author clearly qoutes from the church leaders. Look at the blogspot and see how the Mormon church is one of the richest in the world.

Oh, there is an agenda. It's part of the faith.

Though IMO, Brigham Young and Joseph are completely polar figures.
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I have grown up in the rlds faith and see the practice of Mormonism from a far different perspective then those raised in the Mormon faith.
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to each his own but wht you say is not at all true. Seriously if you look at the history of the Catholic and what they have done in history I would say they would be the ones that I probably couldn't trust. I can tell you the church and Romney are completely separate when it comes to politics.
 Quoting: ZOSIME

Have you ever been to Kirtland Temple? The whole aim of the early church was to combine religion and government. Read the article I linked to. The author clearly qoutes from the church leaders. Look at the blogspot and see how the Mormon church is one of the richest in the world.

Oh, there is an agenda. It's part of the faith.

Though IMO, Brigham Young and Joseph are completely polar figures.
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kirkland temple no I use to work down the road from it. I've been to the Salt lake temple and the Idaho Falls temple the only agenda they have is to be able to take care of members of the church and help out in the community be and set good examples. They believe in christ but also believe that Joseph Smith Prayed and the Angel Moroni came to him and showed him where to find the Golden Plates and so so so on. After translating the Golden Plates with the Urim and thummin they consider it another book of history of the America's and so on. They big differance besides the book of Mormon in their beliefs is that if they live good when they die the Men will be able to become a god also and if they are sealed in the temple with their wifes they will be able to create a earth and the cycle will go on and on. Makes you wonder sometimes why Scientist are finding the Universe is never ending and expanding. Just a thought. The biggest goal is to preach the gospel to every person in every country so they can have the choice to except it or not. That is also the reason they Babtise the dead so the ones that they have been able to reach before they die they can have that choice after they pass on. That is the thing that concerns them. Not to take over the Government but they do want us to have free will so we can make are own choices and be accountable for them they do not ever want to have choices made for us this I know for sure. I haven't went to church in many years but I do know this is what they believe. I woudn't worry to much about the church but people are a differant story they all have choices that they make. So as far as Romney he's on his own by his own Merits.
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The thing about this post is that none of this crap is going to happen until the Second Coming of Christ.

Mormons controlling everything would be the natural order of things once Christ comes back and sets up his Millenial kingdom. Until that time, it would be pointless for the Church to take control of anything, since the church recognizes the current dominion of Satan in the world.

The goal of Mormonism (in this dispensation) is to rebuild the Temple of Yahweh in Israel which in turn fulfills necessary prophecy to usher in the return of Christ.

*THEN* maybe worry about Mormon Theocracy, if you're still alive.

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