Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Fr. Vincent Micelli, S.J. On Mormonism Founder Joseph Smith

Joseph Smith
Islam has its own special conception of the "holy war" called jiha d. And Iran is presently fighting just such a war to recall all nations back to their fundamental religious ideals. Jim Jones in his Peoples Temple, established in lush Guyana, organized a religious mass suicide to keep his millenarian cult faithful from "corrupting" contacts with the outside world. In the book The God Makers, authors Ed Decker and Dave Hunt, unmask the "holy war" that Joseph Smith, founder of Mormons, also known as the Latter Day Saints, planned to wage against the United States and the whole world. We read:
In spite of the fact hat every time he opened his mouth to "prophesy" he only further confirmed that he was a false "Prophet," Joseph Smith's giant ego wouldn't allow him to quit. Revenge upon the "Gentiles" became his obsessive madness. That revenge was to work itself out in two ways: the destruction of all enemies throughout the entire United States, and the establishment of his Independence, Missouri, "Zion" which was the key to reigning over the entire world.
As one former teacher at Brigham Young University has said:
The Mormons do intend to take over the world.....There is no secret about that. It's in the writings of Joseph Smith right on down. The Constitution of the United States will "hang by a thread" and the Church will save it by establishing a theocracy.
An excerpt from the book, The Roots of Violence by Fr. Vincent P. Miceli, S.J.


Anonymous said...

Thankfully Mitt lost

Restore-DC-Catholicism said...

Anonymous, you'd rather have Obama, friend of baby-killers? Well, be thankful if that floats your boat. But be thinking about a trip to the confessional before it's too late.

Anonymous said...

The Romney is back on the estate this evening. Right where he belongs.

Jesse Ventura said...

Romney was a bad candidate,hence the bad result. Rick Santorum 2016!

Anonymous said...

Rick S. will really do well--with a small number of conservative rallying around a white republic.