Friday, May 12, 2006

Fundamentalist LDS Mormons

LDS Mormons are breaking off from the main LDS Church and forming branches at a high rate. They are becoming more numerous every day. One has only to look at the Main LDS Church and see all the contridictions of doctrine. And this breaking off usually involves taking up the practice of polygamy. As was set forth by the founder of the LDS Mormon Church.. However this practice has certainly been hard for some of them to handle. Alot of the smaller towns and some places also in Salt Lake City are home to various Mormon groups who have split from the main church. Utah is home for many Fundamentalist Mormon groups. They are growing larger every day. I think freedom of religion is a very good thing. The LDS church and the FLDS treat their members about the same, like a heard of cattle, and there is no freedom in either one.

8 comments:

rumor-has-it said...

I agree!

Who wants to be a number?

onthestreet said...

The Word of God and all of creation contain both number, name, and soul. Without either, you cease to exist. Number is our size and the quantity of all our components. Name is the identity of all our components, and soul is the unity of the two.

Men In Black said...

http://www.kxly.com/news/index.php?sect_rank=1&story_id=2243

Utah conducts organized crime investigation of Polygamy leader
Associated Press
Last updated: Tuesday, May 09th, 2006 10:53:06 AM



Federal Bureau of Investigation
Warren Jeffs, who leads a group called Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints, is wanted by the FBI for rape by accomplice for arranging marriages between followers and minor girls.



FBI: Jeffs to be considered dangerous


SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says his office is conducting an organized crime investigation into a fugitive polygamist church leader and his organization.

Shurtleff says he believes Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints leader, Warren Jeffs ran the church and its financial arm, the United Effort Plan trust, as an organized crime-type set-up.

Shurtleff tells the Deseret Morning News that Jeffs and the church are being looked at for double books, cooking books, offshore accounts and fraud.

Shurtleff has contended in the past that Jeffs used the UEP to reward or punish followers. A special fiduciary now oversees the trust.

On Saturday, Jeffs was named to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, and the federal reward for him was boosted to $100,000.

ATAR_i said...

Does anyone have photos of his bodyguards?

Anonymous said...

Most of them are new, he rotates thru them...if he even uses them anymore.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I bet he's using them. Wouldn't you if the FBI put you on its top 10 most wanted list?

Anyway one of the bodyguards was stopped at the Canadian border less than a year ago - caught carrying ammunition across the border.

Yep, Warren has his thugs travelling with him, no doubt in my mind.

onthestreet said...

You would also consider the angels of heaven as "thugs", for they also do their part in protecting him, and lifting him up.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be a bit suprised if you, when you reach your final destination will be met by thugs so demonic that Warren's bodyguards will seem like feeble minded, quadraplegic eunuchs by comparison.

rcn