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Does Mormonism causes any problems or represent any threats to the American society in social, political and/or economic terms? brbr bPark Romney/b: Yes. I ...




Mormon Epistemology Explained

This is well-written book by a cousin of Mitt Romney who shares his thoughts on why he chose to leave the LDS Church after a lifetime of service. Park Romney's book speaks to truth and will make those who want an easy, "feel good" answer to life's questions uncomfortable--as it should! Of the great books by former LDS who address the fraudulent underpinnings and corporate greed of Mormonism this one explains the epistemology (doctrinal theory of truth and knowldege) of Mormonism. Here, the reader will get valuable insight into the mental processing and psychology of would-be President of the United States, Mitt Romney. For a good understanding of why Mitt finds no problem with his flip-flops, and how the Mormon Church influences the decisions of its members, it is mandatory reading!




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Is Mormonism a threat to society?

Does Mormonism causes any problems or represent any threats to the American society in social, political and/or economic terms?

Park Romney: Yes. I believe that it poses a very serious threat. To understand that threat, one needs to consider a historical example. Most of us understand the horrors of Nazi Germany.

We understand the historical atrocities committed under the Nazi regime. What not as many people understand or take the time to consider, is that what happened in Nazi Germany, could not have happened without the quiet acquiescence of the people… allowing gross corruption of their government and political institutions that take place, incrementally, right under their noses, until it was too late to turn back.

The cultural blindness that was necessary for the Nazi regime to take power was accomplished amidst a predominantly Christian culture. How was this possible? It was possible due to a certain philosophical corruption of the underlying epistemology of the culture that was encouraged. Epistemology, or the doctrinal theory of truth and knowledge in religions, deals with the way people go about the thoughtful process, or, unfortunately, at times, the process of non-think, to arrive at their conclusions and adopt something as true. The entire German nation, for the most part, adopted as a “truth” that the Aryan race was superior and that they had a right to exterminate other races, simply on the basis of what they believed to be their own inherent religious right, ordained by God, because of their superiority. This cultural elitism, is an insidious evil that does not overtake a society or culture all at once, but, rather, creeps in incrementally, little by little.

The dangerous thing about Mormonism is that it is a false religion that masquerades as the only true and legitimate authority of God on Earth, and teaches, to its members, a deeply destructive epistemology that encourages blind obedience to an elitist ecclesiastical government known and well established over the years to be willing to lie to its members and the public in order to advance its own agenda. Its agenda is political and economic power and elitism. Make no mistake about this.

Nazi Germany was a fascist regime whose existence was not possible without illegitimate religious support for outrageous social principles and injustices that it embraced. Mormonism is pursuing a course toward religious fascism, incrementally, while misrepresenting the truth about their real origins and objectives.

Clearly Mormonism will never emmerge as a neo Nazi organization, notwithstanding its propensity toward religious fascism, historically, and corporate fascism currently. Mormon fascism is relatively benign, but for the exploitive fraud. Rather, it will benefit from general government corruption and exploitation that is dependent on general naivete. The corrupt epistemology of Mormonism, makes a dangerously serious social contribution to the naivete’ that must necessarily exist as a pre-requisite for general government corruption and general exploitation. This pre-requisite intellectual absenteeism was necessary for the Nazis to sieze control of Germany without much resistance from Christians of the day.

The Mormon Church has instilled such an astonishing measure of naïve and unquestioning subservience in its membership, that it has enjoyed virtually no meaningful accountability for its actual financial affairs for decades, amidst patently obvious fraud and controversies that would give rise to stockholder rebellion, or an opportunity for hostile takeover in most other corporations, at best, and criminal prosecution, more realistically. Each year, during a general conference, an oblique perfunctory announcement is made to the effect that generally acceptable accounting principles have been followed in keeping the records of the church. At this, the Orwellian state of Mormon group think, amidst the looming threat of Church discipline for questioning the Church leadership, is sufficient to keep the general membership nodding in blind trust and approval of secret "financial management" that disposes of staggaring revenues annually.

Unfortunately, naivete is socially contagious, and America’s collective naivete has given rise to a military industrial complex that is completely out of control and which perpetuates the perception of its own necessity by manufacturing unrealistic and unfounded fear beyond anything reasonably appropriate for the service of the actual risks and needs of its constituents. Massive corporations, including the Mormon empire, continue to enjoy ungodly wealth as a result of the exploitation of fear and naivete’ in America.

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So, do you still believe in God?

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How long after you renounced your religion did you decide to write a book about it?

Are you following any other religious doctrine, since leaving the Mormon Church?

Where does a "High Priest" fall within the hierarchy of the Mormon Church?

Is is true that you refer to the Mormon Church as a "fraud" in the book?

What do you REALLY think of Mitt's Campaign for the presidency?

What fueled your decision to leave the Church?

How does the Mormon Church accomplish brainwashing, as you contend?

What consequences did your split from the Mormon religion have for you?

Do you support Mitt Romney's campaign for the presidency?

How does the LDS Church manage to pass itself off as a modern religion?

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How do people in the 21st century fall for the implausible history of the LDS Church?

Is the LDS Church a corporation, a religion, or a cult?

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Why have you abandoned Mormonism?

Why criticize the Mormon religion?

Is Mormonism a threat to society?

Have you been personally attacked due to your views about Mormonism?

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