Nov 19, 2013

Is Ann Romney Like The Wicked Witch of The West? Strange Similarities Between Mormonism & How We Traditionally View Witchcraft As

POSTHUMOUS MORMON BAPTISM FEBRUARY 23, 2012 - Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel calls on Mitt Romney to end the Mormon practice of posthumously baptizing Jews. (5:10)

News reports:

Was Anne Frank baptized by Mormons?

The allegations come just a week after The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints  apologized when it was brought to light that the parents of Holocaust survivor and Jewish rights advocate Simon Wiesenthal  were posthumously baptized by church members at temples in Arizona and Utah in late January.
Researcher Helen Radkey, a former Mormon who revealed the Wiesenthal baptisms, said this week she found Frank's name in proxy baptism records dated Feb. 18, showing the ritual was performed in the Santo Domingo  Temple in the Dominican Republic.
The Mormon church almost immediately issued a statement, though it didn't mention Frank by name.
"The Church keeps its word and is absolutely firm in its commitment to not accept the names of Holocaust victims for proxy baptism," the Salt Lake City-based church said. "It is distressing when an individual willfully violates the Church's policy and something that should be understood to be an offering based on love and respect becomes a source of contention."
Church officials did not return telephone calls and emails from The Associated Press on Thursday. A spokeswoman for the Anne Frank House  museum in Amsterdam declined comment.

Why Do Mormons Baptize Dead People (like Anne Frank) by Proxy?

Last week, an official representative of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints -- also known as the Mormon church -- apologized for the proxy baptism of the parents of the late Simon Wiesenthal, a Jewish Holocaust survivor. The baptism was conducted by proxy inside of a Mormon temple, which is the only place that ordinances for the dead are allowed to be performed.
Church spokesman Michael Purdy called it "inappropriate" that Wiesenthal's parents' names were submitted for baptism, and explained that the church's policy is that people can only submit the names of their own ancestors. Just last Saturday, though, according to Andrea Stone of the Huffington Post, Anne Frank (of "The Diary of Anne Frank,"  the memoirs of a Jewish girl who was killed during the Holocaust) was baptized by proxy  inside of a Mormon temple in the Dominican Republic. And according to ex-Mormon whistleblower Helen Radkey, this is at least the 10th time that Mormons have baptized Frank, despite a 1995 agreement in which the church agreed to stop the posthumous baptism of Jews except for direct ancestors.
Frank isn't alone. According to Slate's Forrest Wickman,  Mormons have repeatedly disregarded their Church's directive not to baptize Holocaust survivors posthumously. And a 19th-century Mormon prophet, Wilford Woodruff, was personally baptized for the signers of the Declaration of Independence "and fifty other eminent men," as recounted in a widely circulated talk  by 20th-century prophet Ezra Benson.

Mitt Romney's family baptized Ann Romney's atheist father into Mormon church a year AFTER his death

More questions are being raised about presidential candidate Mitt Romney's religion after it was revealed that he helped baptise his adamantly atheist father-in-law years after the man had died.
Edward Roderick Davies was Ann Romney's father and died in 1992 after living as a staunch atheist all his life.
Recently-discovered records show that, in keeping with their controversial tradition of posthumously baptising non-Mormons, a ceremony was held to invite Mr Davies into the Church of Latter Day Saints one year after he died.

Introduction to Empathy For Oligarchs

Wicked Witch Of The West

Here's the REAL Ann Romney ... a woman who gave drugs to her horse cause he couldn't dance for her... THEN sold her, got caught and had to settle....

Buzzfeed News Report: Ann Romney's High Horse

Super Hit had Butorphanol, Delomidine, Romifidine, and Xylatine in its system at the time of his sale, according to court documents. Testified an expert: “In my 38 years of practice, I have never come across a drug screen such as this where the horse has been administered so many different medications at the same time.”

BTW, the mainstream is protecting this Ann Romney intentionally, or so it seems. Afterall, with Romney acting like a kid around her and Ann calling him her big kid, it should be obvious who wanted that dog on the roof...

Certain behaviors and attitudes not only become habits (after a certain period of use) but they can become addictions

To the US Media protecting that evil woman...

Sean Hannity and Fox News hypocrisy
"Michelle Obama orders a cheeseburger meal that's the caloric equivalent of eating a live raccoon." 
 (Compare this to Ann Romney forcing drugs into her dancing horse when it couldn't perform its duties... THEN selling it!... followed by A SETTLEMENT OUT OF COURT!!! - see above)
This applies to BOTH of the Romney's...


The Mormon Manipulation of Christianity... plus the Mormons have convinced GOP dufflepuds that they are Christian(by advertising and using GOP connections, wow!)! The same guys who believe thier leader read a book through magic glasses that no one else could read... from Jesus with tie to another planet (a fake Jesus?)! I don't know about you but I can read the Gospels and I'm not Christian. Why would Jesus write a book and bury it in the States for just one person to read?

Explainer: How and why do Mormons baptize the dead?

By Dan Gilgoff, Religion Editor
The recent disclosure that Mormons baptized the dead parents of Jewish Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal by proxy has sparked outrage in the Jewish world. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has apologized for the baptism, which it says resulted from the actions of a church member acting in violation of church policy. The LDS church vowed to stop baptizing Jewish Holocaust victims in 1995.
But proxy baptism for the dead is a proud Mormon tradition. Here are the basics about how it works and why Mormons do it.
Why do Mormons practice proxy baptism for the dead?
For Mormons, baptizing the dead solves a big theological problem: How do billions of people who never had the opportunity to accept Jesus Christ – including those who lived before Jesus walked the earth – receive salvation? By baptizing the dead, a practice known as posthumous proxy baptism, Mormons believe they are giving every person who ever lived the chance at everlasting life. That includes Muslims, Hindus, atheists, pagans, whoever.
“Mormons believe that there is a place the dead go where they are in ‘spirit prison’ and where they have the chance to accept the Christian baptism,” says Richard Bushman, a Mormon scholar at Columbia University. “But it’s a duty to actually perform Christian ordinance of baptism, so Mormons seek out every last person who ever lived and baptize them.”
Many Mormons are proud of the fact that they attempt to make their faith universal through baptizing the dead. “Historically, Christians have been exclusive,” says Terryl Givens, an expert on Mormonism at the University of Richmond. “Catholics have taught that only Catholics are saved, and evangelicals say only if you confess according to their tradition. Mormons say, ‘No, salvation is open to all people.’”
“In that sense Mormonism is the most nonexclusive religion in the Christian world,” Givens says.

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