The Unmentionable LDS Polytheistic Theology of “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God:” The Mormon Missionary Dilemma

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The Unmentionable LDS Polytheistic Theology of “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God:” The Mormon Missionary Dilemma The Unmentionable LDS Polytheistic Theology of “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God:” The Mormon Missionary Dilemma

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Have you ever heard a knock at your door to find two well-dressed salespeople standing there attempting to persuade you to allow them into your home to present a product that may be purchased through an installment agreement?  Such salespeople want you to trust them, and invite them into your home, so these particular men, or women, say that they are representing a company owned by a particular person whom you accept as the very best.  So, the very name of this trustworthy person causes you to be curious about the product, so you open your door and let them into your home.  When seated in your living room, they then present an opening pitch to convince you that the product for sale is the only one of its kind, and that, if you eventually sign on the dotted line they will officially make you the proud owner of the product.
Let’s say that the salesperson then tells you that the full-package of information about the product has to be provided to you in six separate meetings, in your home, before you will be allowed to sign the contract on the dotted line.  You are told that all of the essential information you will need to know in order to decide whether, or not, to buy the product will be included during the six meetings.  Would this sound interesting to you?
What I’ve described so far sounds like an ordinary sales deal wherein the offeree, or the person buying the product, will certainly demand to know from the offeror, or the person selling the product, the cost of the product up-front, in order to know whether it’s too expensive to buy.  But what I’ve described in the foregoing is far from being a random sales deal.   It is, rather, what you will constantly, and consistently, hear from LDS full-time missionaries, the tens of thousands of young men and young women, and senior couples, who are spend two years of their lives, eight-to-ten hours per day, six days per week, representing the Mormon Church, or the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  And these well-dressed Mormon agents will not tell you up-front how much they will charge you for membership in their exclusive cult.  You will have to agree to the six separate meetings, or discussions (as they are officially called), before they will broach the cost factor.
The primary sales hook that these Mormon agents use to get into your home is the name of the person you trust the most, Jesus Christ.  They will tell you that they represent Jesus Christ before they enter your home.  They will tell you that they are Christians, and that the Mormon (LDS) Church is a Christian, Christ-centered, Church.  Yet, you, a struggling Christian, know nothing at all about Mormonism, the doctrines of Mormonism, its history, or its theology.  So, you trust those Mormon agents to disclose all of the necessary truthful information about Mormonism that you will need to know in order to buy-in to deal.
As a former-Mormon elder, stake/branch/district missionary, and ward mission leader for 30 years of my life, I can tell you that, of the hundreds of individuals and families, whom I sat before in their homes pitching the six systemic standardized missionary discussions designed by the Salt Lake City Mormon hierarchy, I never told those Christian souls the truth about the theology, doctrines, and history of Mormonism, but, rather, a material misrepresentation of them, which I had falsely presumed to be the truth.  Believe it or not, I hadn’t fully realized that I was zealously preaching a false, and accursed, gospel until the year 2000.  During that year the real and genuine Holy Spirit led me to accept the loving grace of my Savior Jesus, through my faith in his precious blood, and I began trying to convince true-blue Mormons of the errors of their ways from inside the Mormon Church, which I discovered to be a very difficult process.
So, after a great deal of prayer asking the Lord what I should do, Jesus led me to discover the only 20th Century incontrovertible published evidence of Mormon polytheistic theology, the smoking gun of what the Mormon Church really extols as its true theology.  This smoking gun is “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God,” a lesson from the 1984 LDS Melchizedek Priesthood Study Guide, “Search These Commandments,” which is a succinct restatement of Joseph Smith’s 1844 King Follett Discourse, and Mormon Prophet Lorenzo Snow’s refinement of it in the late 1890s.  This lesson, which was studied in 1984 by the entire Melchizedek Priesthood lay ministry of the Mormon Church in the USA, the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and in a few other English-speaking nations, was designated as canon LDS scripture by a declaration, printed in the study guide, affirming it as LDS doctrine and commandments by the 1984 LDS First Presidency, comprised of Prophet, Seer, and Revelator Spencer W. Kimball and his three apostle counselors, N. Eldon Tanner, Marion G. Romney, and Gordon B. Hinckley.  There is no reasonable doubt that “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God” was, and remains to be, the official theology of Mormonism.
Why has such a grave doctrinal and theological Mormon dilemma existed since the standardized LDS missionary program began in the mid-19th Century, and why is that dilemma currently such a poignant issue in the 21st Century?  To be perfectly blunt, since around 1925 millions of convert Mormons, like myself, have been presented a Mormon theology during the standardized missionary discussion presentations that is nothing like what is presented, in “Lesson 21-Man May Become like God” as the “ultimate destiny of every worthy Mormon elder” and the plan whereby a Mormon elder (anyone man holding the Melchizedek Priesthood) is commanded to become as “great as the Mormon father-god.”  What is presented by the full-time Mormon missionaries is totally different in theology than the official theology of Mormonism.  How is this so?
The Mormon missionary salespeople begin their pitch in the homes of struggling Christians by introducing the Book of Mormon (BOM), Joseph Smith’s first 1830 production, as the primary source of Mormon theology and doctrine, and as the most correct book, regarded as word of God, on the face of the earth.  You see, the original 1830 BOM was written by Joseph Smith with a Trinitarian doctrine of one God, a great Spirit, who does not change, who has no beginning or end, who is from everlasting to everlasting, and who is the same yesterday, today, and forever.  In fact, Smith wrote in 1830, then later changed in 1838, the essence of Jesus as God, and Mary, the mother of Jesus, as the mother of God, to Mary the mother of the Son of God.    The Mormon missionary agents will lie to the struggling Christians, they call investigators, and say that the BOM has not been changed since 1830 except for minor grammatical and spelling changes in subsequent editions.  After the Mormon missionaries complete their standardized set of six presentations, struggling Christians are left with a false impression that Mormon theology and doctrine align perfectly with biblical Christian theology.
Furthermore, to, again, be blunt, if, after the completion of those six missionary presentations (which usually takes around five weeks), “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God,” is read, verbatim, to the struggling Christian investigators, the entirety of what those missionaries have presented as Mormon theology will be utterly refuted by the theology stated in “Lesson 21.”.  This is due to the unalterable incontrovertible fact that “Lesson 21” declares that the ultimate destiny of all worthy Mormon elders is “to become as great as their Mormon father-god, with a capital G, by becoming, themselves over time, Mormon father-gods, with a capital G.  “Lesson 21” goes on to state, with embellished veneration, that the Mormon father-god, with a capital G, “began” his existence as a human being biologically born on some earth-like planet in the cosmos, and changed, and changed, and changed, to eventually die, to be resurrected, and to be rewarded, according to his works, the highest degree of Mormon heaven, called exaltation (there are actually five Mormon heavens, the lowest is called the telestial kingdom, the middle heaven is called the terrestrial kingdom, and the highest is called the celestial kingdom that has three degrees, the highest of which is “exaltation”) While in exaltation, the worthy resurrected Mormon elders are made into father-gods, with a capital G, by a pre-existing council of Mormon father-gods.  This sounds almost like a dramatic episode of the Greek gods right out of Edith Hamilton’s book about Greek mythology, but this is the inexorable content of the King Follett Discourse, restated in “Lesson 21.”
Another very important doctrinal fact about Mormonism, which the Mormon missionary agents won’t tell their investigators, is that “only” worthy Mormons will be allowed to be rewarded the highest Mormon heaven, where the Mormon-father god, with a capital G, resides along with the Mormon Jesus.  They won’t tell you that Joseph Smith had first stated, sometime in 1835, that, when he was around fifteen-years old, the Mormon father-god, with a capital G, and the Mormon Jesus literally appeared to him and told him directly that “all of the Christian churches were abominations” and that “he, Smith, would restore the “only true church” to the earth.

 

When is Pragmatism Irresponsible?

Many big convoluted words have been used to express a very simple state of mind that declares very loudly that the end result of any act, good or evil, justifies the means used to obtain it.  This is pragmatism and it is the exact opposite of idealism, which declares that there is a right and a wrong, a good and an evil, to any human situation or condition that requires a human decision as to which to choose.  Twentieth-Century philosophy has demeaned human thinking by unwisely eviscerating idealism with pragmatism and calling it an ethical progression in epistemology.  This big inflated merely means the science of knowledge, however that is applied to practical thinking.  And the use of the words ethics, and ethical, is applied to falsely describing only the “good” use of pragmatism, persisting in the notion that what is ethical is only good.  But this is not the correct use of ethics, for pre-Socratic ethics was appended to whatever was successfully pursued and obtained, whether good or evil.  Hence, pragmatism was used, in its beginning, to verbally express a state of mind that was progressive, or moving beyond what is normally good to a another lesser-good or more-evil condition.  The prime-mover for this distortion of goodness was Frederick W. Nietzsche as he wrote ands published his “Beyond Good and Evil: Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future” in 1886.  That very unwise philosophy that Nietzsche was preluding was pragmatism, saying that there is really no such thing as good or evil in the human condition, but only the “It’s okay, get it done, regardless of the consequences” mentality.  Nietzsche was a godless man who saw no need for morality, or rules for human behavior.  In his book, he said that rules governing human conduct were a means to human degradation and should be disregarded as unnecessary.

Since philosophy originally was defined as a love of, and search for, wisdom, and the direct derivative of pragmatism was and continues to be decision-making guided by a total lack of moral judgment, the guiding philosophy of the 20th Century was not, to any degree, predicated upon wisdom, but upon its opposite, stupidity, folly, foolishness, absurdity, daftness, idiocy, injudiciousness, nonsense, senselessness, silliness, ignorance, inability, ineptness, instability, and thoughtlessness.

An excellent example of the unpractical political use of unwise pragmatism is the New York late-term abortion infanticide law that was just passed by the New York Legislature and signed into law by the New York governor, which permits a mother to decide that she does not want her baby to live as the normal healthy child is crowning in her womb, and the doctor is delivering the child.  The doctor, according to the law, is allowed to let the child die on the delivery table, with total impunity.  This law allows a late-term abortion to occur within 24 weeks of gestation. “Section 2 of the bill creates a new Article 25-A of the Public Health Law (PHL), which states that an abortion may be performed by a
licensed, certified, or authorized practitioner within 24 weeks from
the commencement of pregnancy, or there is an absence of fetal
viability, or at any time when necessary to protect a patient’s life
or health.”  The last thirteen words of Section 2 makes infanticide legal, “or at any time to protect a patient’s life or health.”  Health is made to mean physical or emotional health in this context.  In other words, a fully normal child may be aborted after 24 weeks for ANY reason to make a pregnant mother feel better emotionally.

If such an immoral, unwise, pragmatic law had been proposed by the New York Legislature in 1790, it would have been condemned immediately by the State of New York as barbaric and murderous, and would have been adverse to federal and State homicide laws.

 

Cultural Confusion and Agitation Versus Deliberate Lies and Deceit

Cultural Mormonism is almost like being inbred over generations of time from a family of idiots.  Let’s see if I can express an example.  The hundreds of Mormon agents, called missionaries, with their special version of their Doctrine and Covenants, Section 101, stating in black and white that Mormons were monogamists and not polygamists, were sent out from Mormon Prophet Brigham Young in the 1850s, after the Mormons established themselves in the Utah Valley, in the newly created Salt Lake City, to Great Britain, Europe, and Scandinavia, and they lied like rugs to the people, just like the Mormon Prophet John Taylor did to the people in London, England, when he said that he was a man married to one wife in Utah and that he worshipped the Jesus of the Holy Bible.  Many unwitting Christians outside the USA accepted the distorted theology and doctrines of Mormonism presented by these lying Mormon agents, and packed-up their possessions and migrated to the Salt Lake Valley, or to what they called Zion, to produce their posterity, sons and daughters, who were inculcated into the polygamous Mormon theological culture.  Yet there were some of these converts to Mormonism in the eastern, northern, and southern USA outside the USA who had realized that they had been deceived and left Mormonism as soon as they realized the deception.  These people, when they arrived in the Salt Lake Valley, moved out and resigned from Mormonism.  Brigham Young was much like Joseph Stalin in the twenty years of the 1850s, 60s, and 70s and purged the Mormon people with what he called blood atonement.  The Mormon converts in the American States and outside the USA who resigned from, and decried, Mormonism in the Utah Territory, but remained there to live, were either killed by Young and his blood atonement purging committees of Melchizedek Priesthood avengers, or were coerced and intimidated into remaining quiet about the lies and practices of Mormonism.  Over three generations of the original Mormon converts, who had docilely accepted Mormonism and taught their posterity to accept it without question, were produced in Utah, Idaho, Washington State, Wyoming, and California from around 1850 to 1900.   Fifty years of inbred cultural obedience to pagan Mormon theology, doctrine, and history elapsed, and after Utah became a State, the cultural retardation of the majority of the dyed-in-the-wool Mormon people continued well into the 20th Century.  True Mormon theology, doctrine, and history were hidden from the Christian world and from a great many of the rank-and-file Mormons, through lies and deliberate deception.  The truest-bluest Mormons who had bought-in to the deception and had sold their souls to the devil to serve the Mormon lord were those Mormon bishops, stake presidents, and members of the general Mormon hierarchy who endorsed and served the Mormon Jesus, who is presented in Mormon theology as the brother of Satan, instead of God, the Word, who, according to the Apostle John in John 1 of the Holy Bible, was with God in the beginning, and was God.

My friend, Ken Clark, PhD, a Mormon educator for 27 years in the LDS CES, who resigned from Mormonism in 2002, made it very clear about the effect of “lying for the Mormon lord, in his presentations on MormonThink.com http://www.mormonthink.com/personalstories/kenclark.htm  http://www.mormonthink.com/lying.htm

Then my friend, Rich Kelsey, was kind enough to place “Lesson 21, Man May Become Like God,” from the 1984 Melchizedek Priesthood Personal Study Guide, “Search These Commandments” on the Internet in a very readable format.  http://richkelsey.org/lesson21.html

The poignant issue is posed on “Mormonite Musings” about a fellow named Timmy Berman, who found it difficult to leave Mormonism, but fully realized that Mormon is pagan and heretical to New Testament Christianity and the Holy Bible.  How can there be such a confounding of motives and actions by a reasonable, but confused, person?  In my 30 active years as a Mormon elder, stake/district missionary and ward mission leader, I saw many families and individuals sorely and egregiously affected by Mormonism’s cultural network and social maze.  I was so affected by this Satanic influence that, instead of obeying the promptings of the Holy Spirit in the first ten years of my Mormon experience, I chose wrongly to remain a servile disciple of Mormonism because of the social and emotion grasp that local ward and stake Mormonism had on me and my family.  It’s a fact that most individuals, former Christians, who resign from Mormonism, go into a deep depression about religion and become agnostic atheistic after casting-off Mormonism, instead of deciding to serve the real Jesus, of grace and love, of the Holy Bible.  On the other hand, families that leave the prison of Mormonism together usually do so under the guiding influence of the Holy Spirit, as the, once Mormon, Wilder Family did as a result of the actions of their wonderful son Micah.  It sometimes takes decades for people who are heeding the promptings of the Holy Spirit in measured increments to extricate themselves from Mormonism.  It is an enigmatic prison that holds souls bound with a tragically powerful Satanic influence.

 

 

 

The Unmentionable Mormon Theological Missionary Conundrum, “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God:” An Unexplainable Contradiction

Have you ever heard a knock at your door to find two well-dressed salespeople standing there attempting to persuade you to allow them into your home to present a product that may be purchased through an installment agreement?  Such salespeople want you to trust them, and invite them into your home, so these particular men, or women, say that they are representing a company owned by a particular person whom you accept as the very best.  So, the very name of this trustworthy person causes you to be curious about the product, so you open your door and let them into your home.  When seated in your living room, they then present an opening pitch to convince you that the product for sale is the only one of its kind, and that, if you eventually sign on the dotted line they will officially make you the proud owner of the product.
Let’s say that the salesperson then tells you that the full-package of information about the product has to be provided to you in six separate meetings, in your home, before you will be allowed to sign the contract on the dotted line.  You are told that all of the essential information you will need to know in order to decide whether, or not, to buy the product will be included during the six meetings.  Would this sound interesting to you?
What I’ve described so far sounds like an ordinary sales deal wherein the offeree, or the person buying the product, will certainly demand to know from the offeror, or the person selling the product, the cost of the product up-front, in order to know whether it’s too expensive to buy.  But what I’ve described in the foregoing is far from being a random sales deal.   It is, rather, what you will constantly, and consistently, hear from LDS full-time missionaries, the tens of thousands of young men and young women, and senior couples, who are spend two years of their lives, eight-to-ten hours per day, six days per week, representing the Mormon Church, or the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  And these well-dressed Mormon agents will not tell you up-front how much they will charge you for membership in their exclusive cult.  You will have to agree to the six separate meetings, or discussions (as they are officially called), before they will broach the cost factor.
The primary sales hook that these Mormon agents use to get into your home is the name of the person you trust the most, Jesus Christ.  They will tell you that they represent Jesus Christ before they enter your home.  They will tell you that they are Christians, and that the Mormon (LDS) Church is a Christian, Christ-centered, Church.  Yet, you, a struggling Christian, know nothing at all about Mormonism, the doctrines of Mormonism, its history, or its theology.  So, you trust those Mormon agents to disclose all of the necessary truthful information about Mormonism that you will need to know in order to buy-in to deal.
As a former-Mormon elder, stake/branch/district missionary, and ward mission leader for 30 years of my life, I can tell you that, of the hundreds of individuals and families, whom I sat before in their homes pitching the six systemic standardized missionary discussions designed by the Salt Lake City Mormon hierarchy, I never told those Christian souls the truth about the theology, doctrines, and history of Mormonism, but, rather, a material misrepresentation of them, which I had falsely presumed to be the truth.  Believe it or not, I hadn’t fully realized that I was zealously preaching a false, and accursed, gospel until the year 2000.  During that year the real and genuine Holy Spirit led me to accept the loving grace of my Savior Jesus, through my faith in his precious blood, and I began trying to convince true-blue Mormons of the errors of their ways from inside the Mormon Church, which I discovered to be a very difficult process.
So, after a great deal of prayer asking the Lord what I should do, Jesus led me to discover the only 20th Century incontrovertible published evidence of Mormon polytheistic theology, the smoking gun of what the Mormon Church really extols as its true theology.  This smoking gun is “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God,” a lesson from the 1984 LDS Melchizedek Priesthood Study Guide, “Search These Commandments,” which is a succinct restatement of Joseph Smith’s 1844 King Follett Discourse, and Mormon Prophet Lorenzo Snow’s refinement of it in the late 1890s.  This lesson, which was studied in 1984 by the entire Melchizedek Priesthood lay ministry of the Mormon Church in the USA, the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and in a few other English-speaking nations, was designated as canon LDS scripture by a declaration, printed in the study guide, affirming it as LDS doctrine and commandments by the 1984 LDS First Presidency, comprised of Prophet, Seer, and Revelator Spencer W. Kimball and his three apostle counselors, N. Eldon Tanner, Marion G. Romney, and Gordon B. Hinckley.  There is no reasonable doubt that “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God” was, and remains to be, the official theology of Mormonism.
Why has such a grave doctrinal and theological Mormon dilemma existed since the standardized LDS missionary program began in the mid-19th Century, and why is that dilemma currently such a poignant issue in the 21st Century?  To be perfectly blunt, since around 1925 millions of convert Mormons, like myself, have been presented a Mormon theology during the standardized missionary discussion presentations that is nothing like what is presented, in “Lesson 21-Man May Become like God” as the “ultimate destiny of every worthy Mormon elder” and the plan whereby a Mormon elder (anyone man holding the Melchizedek Priesthood) is commanded to become as “great as the Mormon father-god.”  What is presented by the full-time Mormon missionaries is totally different in theology than the official theology of Mormonism.  How is this so?
The Mormon missionary salespeople begin their pitch in the homes of struggling Christians by introducing the Book of Mormon (BOM), Joseph Smith’s first 1830 production, as the primary source of Mormon theology and doctrine, and as the most correct book, regarded as word of God, on the face of the earth.  You see, the original 1830 BOM was written by Joseph Smith with a Trinitarian doctrine of one God, a great Spirit, who does not change, who has no beginning or end, who is from everlasting to everlasting, and who is the same yesterday, today, and forever.  In fact, Smith wrote in 1830, then later changed in 1838, the essence of Jesus as God, and Mary, the mother of Jesus, as the mother of God, to Mary the mother of the Son of God.    The Mormon missionary agents will lie to the struggling Christians, they call investigators, and say that the BOM has not been changed since 1830 except for minor grammatical and spelling changes in subsequent editions.  After the Mormon missionaries complete their standardized set of six presentations, struggling Christians are left with a false impression that Mormon theology and doctrine align perfectly with biblical Christian theology.
Furthermore, to, again, be blunt, if, after the completion of those six missionary presentations (which usually takes around five weeks), “Lesson 21-Man May Become Like God,” is read, verbatim, to the struggling Christian investigators, the entirety of what those missionaries have presented as Mormon theology will be utterly refuted by the theology stated in “Lesson 21.”.  This is due to the unalterable incontrovertible fact that “Lesson 21” declares that the ultimate destiny of all worthy Mormon elders is “to become as great as their Mormon father-god, with a capital G, by becoming, themselves over time, Mormon father-gods, with a capital G.  “Lesson 21” goes on to state, with embellished veneration, that the Mormon father-god, with a capital G, “began” his existence as a human being biologically born on some earth-like planet in the cosmos, and changed, and changed, and changed, to eventually die, to be resurrected, and to be rewarded, according to his works, the highest degree of Mormon heaven, called exaltation (there are actually five Mormon heavens, the lowest is called the telestial kingdom, the middle heaven is called the terrestrial kingdom, and the highest is called the celestial kingdom that has three degrees, the highest of which is “exaltation”) While in exaltation, the worthy resurrected Mormon elders are made into father-gods, with a capital G, by a pre-existing council of Mormon father-gods.  This sounds almost like a dramatic episode of the Greek gods right out of Edith Hamilton’s book about Greek mythology, but this is the inexorable content of the King Follett Discourse, restated in “Lesson 21.”
Another very important doctrinal fact about Mormonism, which the Mormon missionary agents won’t tell their investigators, is that “only” worthy Mormons will be allowed to be rewarded the highest Mormon heaven, exaltation, where the Mormon-father god, with a capital G, resides along with the Mormon Jesus.  They won’t tell you that Joseph Smith had first stated, sometime in 1835, that, when he was around fifteen-years old, the Mormon father-god, with a capital G, and the Mormon Jesus  appeared to him in a vision and told him directly that “all” of the Christian churches were, and are, abominations,” and that “he, Smith, would be enabled to restore the “only true church” to the earth.

Reason and logic will, therefore, tell the reasonable person that, if the full-time Mormon missionaries are actually deceiving the hundreds-of-thousands of Christian investigators, to whom they present their standardized theological, doctrinal, and historical presentations within a year’s time, there has to be a motive for them doing so.

Now, the cost factor enters saliently into the equation.  In 1984, Mormon Prophet Spencer W. Kimball, the same Mormon prophet who extolled “Lesson 21” as canon Mormon scripture, said publicly that Mormon converts are the “life’s blood of the Church.”  This “life’s blood” may be translated into meaning “dollars and cents,” for when the full-time missionaries have deceived the Christian investigators into believing that the Book of Mormon is a true work of the Mormon god, and that Joseph Smith was a true prophet of God, these salespeople hook the Christian into paying a full-tithe of his income to the Mormon Church in return for baptism into the LDS Church.  In fact, the full-time missionaries will refuse to baptize investigators if they,  do not commit to paying a full tithe, and, in most cases, the missionaries will cajole the fledgling Mormon converts into paying their first tithing to their Mormon ward bishops before the baptismal ceremonies.

Hence, these new Mormon converts enter the portals of Mormonism without knowing the official polytheistic LDS theology , which they would have rejected had they been told about it during the missionary presentations.  They would have realized that Mormon polytheism is basically the antithesis of Christianity.  Yet, they enter the Mormon Church and spend, on the average, five years before they fully realize what they are expected to become, the men, Mormon father-gods, with a capital G, and the women, Mormon mother-goddesses, with a capital G.  The final straw of Mormon polytheism, which is totally unbearable as a belief, is the unchristian theological doctrine that there are, both, father-gods (Mormon elders) and mother-goddesses (the Mormon elders’ wives) in Mormon heaven, who revel in celestial sex to produce the spirit children that populate the earths that they create.  Lorenzo Snow created the couplet that fully defines this unchristian polytheism.  It goes, “As man is God once was, and as God is man may become.”

 

 

Keep Your Promises, Mr. Trump! Especially the One to Prosecute Hillary Clinton.

Evil cannot be allowed to escape justice! That was the slogan used at the Nuremberg Trials of the Nazi war criminals after the 2nd World War, and it seemed to be the campaign slogan that earned Donald Trump the support of the majority of the American heartland, along with “I will build a wall protecting the U.S. southern border against illegal Hispanic immigration.” Trump solemnly promised the electorate that “a special prosecutor would be appointed to prosecute Hillary Clinton for crimes (felonies) against the U.S. Constitution and the American People.” Mr. Trump solemnly said that “Hillary Clinton is a nasty woman, and that she belongs in jail.” If Mr. Trump does not live-up to his campaign promises, he will lose a great deal of the credibility that he gained during the 2016 Presidential campaign. Read on for an explication regarding the issue of whether Hillary Clinton should face prosecution for her crimes.

 

No good, whatsoever, can come from allowing determinedly evil people, who have committed vile crimes, to escape due prosecution through an avoidance of the process of criminal justice; especially those evil people who have violated the public trust with deliberate callous indifference to decency and morality. This is, very simply, the purest aspect of idealism, which insists that a negotiation cannot be made with evil unless a lesser evil, in and of itself, can be tolerated; and it can’t. For this is the sinister goal of humanistic pragmatism. In his 2016 book, “Ashley Bell,” the prolific fiction writer, Dean Koontz, provided a graphic definition of evil incarnate. On page 261 of the paperback edition of the book, Koontz wrote. “Evil people were eternally resistive, intractable, always eager for more thrills, which were the same few thrills endlessly repeated, because the evil (people) were unimaginative, acting on feelings rather than reason. Forever agitated, they were unaware that the cause of their fury was the confining narrowness of the worldview they crafted for themselves, its emptiness. There would never be an end to them, –and always a need for men and women willing to resist them at whatever cost.”

The 2016 Presidential campaign and Election, and the primaries that led to those pivotal events, were tainted with the evil of heinous conspiratorial crimes committed by duplicitous officials of the Democrat Party, and their minions, planned and led by one particular person, Hillary R. Clinton, who was vying for the Presidency of the United States, for whom the results of the crimes would lucratively benefit. This woman, who as U.S. Secretary of State, between 2009 and 2013, committed reprehensible acts for her, and her husband’s, own personal gain and unjust enrichment for which she was under investigation by Congress and the FBI at the very time she declared her candidacy. While under this intense criminal investigation, she was supported by the Democrat Party as the one leading presidential candidate, as though her election was calculably predetermined. During the ensuing presidential campaign, Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump stated more than twice that, if elected, he would see to it that Hillary is indicted and tried for her crimes. During the course of one, of the three, presidential debates, Donald Trump stated unequivocally that, under his Presidency, Hillary would be brought to justice.

Hence, by allowing former-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to escape criminal prosecution, after his statement to the electorate, made as a solemn promise, that he would seek her indictment through a specially appointed prosecutor, Donald Trump will certainly lose the trust of a substantial number of the members of the electorate who voted him into office. In fact, by not honoring all of his campaign promises, made with his apparent sincerity, including, besides prosecuting Hillary, building a southern border wall, Trump will be suspect in the electorate’s eyes. And, moreover, if evil is allowed to go unpunished by Trump, there is no doubt that sociopath Hillary will, again, seek to impose her criminal nature on the Republic through her complicit husband or, perhaps, her own daughter, who is seeking political office perhaps not of her own volition, but in furtherance of a Clinton dynasty. Hillary Clinton, by her pathological nature, has proven continually that she cannot be trusted with a public trust. The recent Dinesh D’Souza film, “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party,” is a superbly made motion picture and a repository of documented fact and reality, which supplants the false media propaganda and lies about the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton with the stark truth about the gangsterism that has characterized her, and her husband’s, use of public office for illicit gain, graft, and profiteering; especially through the contemptuously sinister Clinton Foundation.

President-elect Donald Trump, while essentially proceeding as a third-party quasi-Republican candidate, emerged victorious with over 300 electoral votes from an austere political gauntlet through which he passed, scathed but unscathed, reviled by evil but vindicated by truth, and even miraculously winning the popular vote in Michigan. The primary sources of that evil scourge were, of course, Hillary Clinton, her benefactor, George Soros, and her conspiratorial cronies, who had sought to surreptitiously rig the American election process by which the chief executive of the United States is chosen. Of this fact, there is no doubt, for congressional and FBI investigations adduced enough evidence for Clinton’s indictment for the felonious fashion that Clinton used emails, jeopardizing U.S. security during the time that she was Secretary of State, not to mention her official gross, if not deliberate, negligence resulting in the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya; and also, during that time, when her pay-for-play graft unjustly and illegally enriched the nefarious Clinton Foundation. Furthermore, James O’Keefe’s undercover Project Veritas revealed the treachery and skulduggery of the Hillary campaign, to which she did not respond during the presidential debates. To think that she was allowed by prevailing law to continue her pursuit of the U.S. Presidency in light of all the evidence of criminality brought against her is frustratingly mind-boggling. With what further evil, on any sort, would she have had to consort to have been declared ineligible for public office? With over a hundred FBI agents having threatened to tender their resignations over FBI Director James Comey’s refusal to push for an indictment of Hillary Clinton, such a statement of resolute indignation by good honest people over Comey’s complicity in keeping Clinton’s criminal culpability under the radar is a firm indicator of prevailing Clinton evil. Even now, at this very moment, crooked Hillary, her husband, and her power structure are still in league with the Democrat Party and other political entities, such as the Green Party, which are being manipulated with money or coercions to contest the election results in three key States. Moreover, reputable reports have been received that several Electors of the Electoral College have received death threats from certain parties that unless they vote against Donald Trump their lives might end unexpectedly.

Every Trump voter should realize that the evil in the Republic presented by the continuing presence of Hillary Clinton and her co-conspirators, following the election of Donald Trump as the 45th U.S. President, remains a cancerous criminal malignancy that will not voluntarily go away. Therefore, the promise made by Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump to the plebiscite electorate, who, against the odds, overwhelmingly elected him, should be honored by the President-elect when he is sworn-in as the new President. The mass electorate of the American heartland realized the criminality of Hillary Clinton and her illicit agenda to continue Obama’s deplorable transformation of the USA when they cast their ballots for Donald Trump and Mike Pence; so each and every voter should reach out to Trump by letter, or by email, or through social media to demand that the President-elect do what he promised he would do.