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5 Reasons Why the Quorum of the 12 Apostles Shouldn’t Apologize for Mormon History

Happy Pioneer Day!  SJW fake Mormons are starting to clamor and hound the Quorum of the 12 Apostles to apologize for the past.  They say that the Mormon Church needs to apologize for Mormon history and especially for not allowing blacks to hold the Priesthood.  The SJW fake Mormons say that if the Apostles just apologize for our supposed racism in the past then the LDS Church can move forward in the Current Year.  Of course we know that SJW’s Always Lie and that apologies always fail.

Let’s look at 5 reasons why it is stupid for the Mormon Church to apologize for Mormon history:

  1. Apologizing to SJW’s is an admission of guilt which they can use to hold a victory parade. The SJW fake Mormons don’t want the church to apologize so that they can drop their narrative that Mormon history was problematic.  They want the LDS Church to apologize for the past so that they can point and say, “See we told you Mormon history was evil.  Now we have the proof because they apologized.”  If you think that (((the media))) and the SJW fake Mormons like to bash Mormon history now, just wait until they have an apology to use to continue to bash the Church with.
  2. Fake Mormons can use an apology on supposedly “problematic” elements of Mormon history as proof that previous prophets weren’t true and living prophets. If the Apostles admit that Brigham Young was bad because ‘muh racism, then it means that the following prophets who followed him also weren’t true and living prophets until, Spencer W. Kimball.  It also means that the SJW fake Mormons can declare any prophet of the church not a true and living prophet if they do actions that the SJW fake Mormons don’t like.  For example, the SJW fake Mormons would be able to say that Thomas S. Monson and soon Russell M. Nelson aren’t true and living prophets because the Proclamation on the Family is against gay marriage.  See how it works?  Suddenly the SJW fake Mormons are able to say who is and who isn’t a true and living prophet based on the Current Year’s morality.
  3. Apologizing would allow the SJW fake Mormons to deconstruct all elements of Mormon history and even the commandments themselves if the Quorum of the 12 Apostles apologizes for Mormon history. You know all of those verses in the Bible condemning sodomy?  You know that whole Proclamation on the Family thing?  Yeah, those aren’t in step with the Current Year and therefore they have to go.  That’s the way it works with SJW’s.  Once they have moral authority over you, then they keep on throwing out things that they don’t like, until the temple is a big gay bathhouse.
  4. There’s no reason to apologize for our past. Who’s to say that the problematic things in Mormon history are even a big deal?  There’s lots of stuff out there that many people in the Current Year disapprove of.  How do we know that ordaining a bunch of black people to the Priesthood and baptizing a bunch of black people in the South in the late 19th Century would have been good for the church or even for the blacks?  We don’t know how the history would have worked out and if it even would have been any better.  People have this ridiculous belief that if we just did something differently in the past then the world today would be better.  But that’s not how the world works.
  5. The Apostles have commanded us to stand up for Mormon history. Body K. Packer said, “Willingly defend the history of the Church, and do not be ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth.”  The Apostles know that we don’t need to apologize for Mormon history because we have nothing to apologize for.  Cultural Marxists want to deconstruct the past because making us feel ashamed of our past is a great way for them to get more power.  However we have no need to apologize for Mormon history because we did nothing wrong.

Conclusion

The Apostles know that apologizing for Mormon History is just a tool that SJW fake Mormons want so that they can deconstruct the commandments and get rid of things that they don’t like such as the nuclear family and the Law of Chastity.  The Apostles know the game that the SJW fake Mormons are playing and they aren’t going to give in to their tricks.  As rank and file Mormons we must follow Boyd K. Packer’s advice and never apologize for whatever crimes people invent about our ancestors.

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True and Living Prophets: Gordon B. Hinckley Predicted the 2008 Financial Crisis

Remember the 2008 financial crisis?  It was caused by people borrowing too much money so that they could live far above their income level.  All through the early and mid 00’s American’s were encouraged to borrow and spend as much money as possible.  Those were crazy years.  It was a big borrowing and spending party right up until the 2008 financial crisis hit and we lost everything.  However the Quorum of the 12 Apostles openly spoke against the debt fueled spending binge starting back in the 1990’s.  Gordon B. Hinckley gave a talk against levering up your house all the way back in 1998:

Gordon B. Hinckley said:

Now, brethren, I want to make it very clear that I am not prophesying, that I am not predicting years of famine in the future. But I am suggesting that the time has come to get our houses in order.

So many of our people are living on the very edge of their incomes. In fact, some are living on borrowings.

We have witnessed in recent weeks wide and fearsome swings in the markets of the world. The economy is a fragile thing. A stumble in the economy in Jakarta or Moscow can immediately affect the entire world. It can eventually reach down to each of us as individuals. There is a portent of stormy weather ahead to which we had better give heed.

I hope with all my heart that we shall never slip into a depression. I am a child of the Great Depression of the thirties. I finished the university in 1932, when unemployment in this area exceeded 33 percent.

My father was then president of the largest stake in the Church in this valley. It was before our present welfare program was established. He walked the floor worrying about his people. He and his associates established a great wood-chopping project designed to keep the home furnaces and stoves going and the people warm in the winter. They had no money with which to buy coal. Men who had been affluent were among those who chopped wood.

I repeat, I hope we will never again see such a depression. But I am troubled by the huge consumer installment debt which hangs over the people of the nation, including our own people. In March 1997 that debt totaled $1.2 trillion, which represented a 7 percent increase over the previous year.

In December of 1997, 55 to 60 million households in the United States carried credit card balances. These balances averaged more than $7,000 and cost $1,000 per year in interest and fees. Consumer debt as a percentage of disposable income rose from 16.3 percent in 1993 to 19.3 percent in 1996.

Everyone knows that every dollar borrowed carries with it the penalty of paying interest. When money cannot be repaid, then bankruptcy follows. There were 1,350,118 bankruptcies in the United States last year. This represented a 50 percent increase from 1992. In the second quarter of this year, nearly 362,000 persons filed for bankruptcy, a record number for a three-month period.

We are beguiled by seductive advertising. Television carries the enticing invitation to borrow up to 125 percent of the value of one’s home. But no mention is made of interest.

Look at that.  Gordon B. Hinckley warned Americans about the dangers of borrowing more than the home is worth way back in 1998.  10 years before the 2008 financial crisis Gordon B. Hinckley more or less predicted the big stock market crash and following major economic downturn.  He said that Americans taking on excessive debt using their homes as a credit card would lead to big economic problems.  And guess what happened?  That’s right the 2008 financial crisis happened.

In 2004 Joseph B. Wirthlin talked about the pitfalls of consumer debt:

Key Quote: In spite of the teachings of the Church from its earliest days until today, members sometimes fall victim to many unwise and foolish financial practices. Some continue to spend, thinking that somehow the money will become available. Somehow they will survive.

Far too often, the money hoped for does not appear.

Remember this: debt is a form of bondage. It is a financial termite. When we make purchases on credit, they give us only an illusion of prosperity. We think we own things, but the reality is, our things own us.

Some debt—such as for a modest home, expenses for education, perhaps for a needed first car—may be necessary. But never should we enter into financial bondage through consumer debt without carefully weighing the costs.

When you read LDS General Conference talks from the early to mid 00’s, the talks heavily talk about staying out of debt and living within our means.  Why was that?  Because the 2008 financial crisis was coming.  Nobody in those years thought that things were going to end badly.  The commonly held belief by everybody was we were all going to get rich by buying houses, levering them to the max and then selling them 3 years later.  We all thought that we’d found a perpetual wealth machine.

However Gordon B. Hinckley and the Mormon Quorum of the 12 Apostles knew that the good times would end.  The 2008 financial crisis came and ruined millions of Americans financial futures.  Gordon B. Hinckley’s warning the Mormon people about the importance of living within our means shows that he was inspired by Heavenly Father and that he and the Quorum of the 12 Apostles are true and living prophets.

Here’s 2 more good talks on the dangers of debt and the importance of living within our means:

Thomas S. Monson- Constant Truths for Changing Times

Keith B. McMullin – Lay up in Store

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The General Conference Porn Chat Foresaw the Rise of VR Porn and Sex Bots

It seems like every LDS General Conference the Apostles make sure to include one talk that is a big huge lecture about the dangers of pornography.  We all know that the General Conference pornography chat is coming and it’s just a question of who gives it.  What’s interesting is the timing of when the Apostles started to do the General Conference porn chat and what it says about where America is heading culturally.

The General Conference porn chat didn’t start until 2004.  Before 04 the Apostles would mention porn in passing along with other vices like drinking alcohol or gambling.  What was starting to come along in 04?  Well 04 was when everybody was getting high speed internet installed in their homes and file sharing services were getting effective enough to handle larger downloads, making it possible to download large doses of internet pr0n.  So the Apostles certainly saw the danger of putting free internet porn on every computer in the world.

However one of the interesting things about General Conference is the Apostles talk about coming problems.  When you go back and read General Conference talks from 10-15 years ago, they usually deal with what we are going through now.  So when the Apostles started giving the General Conference porn chat in 2004 they were looking ahead to things that would be going on 5 to 15 years down the road.

What’s gone on in the last 15 years that’s made LDS General Conference porn chats so important?  Now the videos are in full HD which makes them even more enticing.  Now there are massive sites where everything is available to download for free.  Internet download speeds now are fast enough where people can download an unlimited amount in a very short time.  And now there is virtual reality porn which people, who’ve seen it says is 100x more enticing than the stuff that already is out.

And even worse things are on the horizon.  Sex bots are in development that are linking to a virtual reality machine where men and women will be able to believe that they are having sex with whoever they desire.  From the damage that we’ve seen with just HD porn we can easily conclude that when sex bot technology is mixed with VR porn we will have 10’s (100’s?) of millions of people who do nothing besides hook themselves up to their VR sex machines and waste their lives away having fake sex to their sexual fantasies.  The consequences for our society are going to be incredibly destructive.

President Joseph B. Wirthlin said:

The plague of pornography is swirling about us as never before. Pornography brings a vicious wake of immorality, broken homes, and broken lives. Pornography will sap spiritual strength to endure. Pornography is much like quicksand. You can become so easily trapped and overcome as soon as you step into it that you do not realize the severe danger.

The consequences for young men and women from consuming pr0n have been massive.  Consuming porn is literally ruining men’s and women’s abilities to form real relationships and making men and women miserable.  Even worse men and women are starting to identify their porn addiction as a form of sexual identity.  Yes, you read that right.  The General Conference porn chat was built to keep men and women from becoming “pornosexuals.”

President Richard G. Scott said this:

Satan has become a master at using the addictive power of pornography to limit individual capacity to be led by the Spirit. The onslaught of pornography in all of its vicious, corroding, destructive forms has caused great grief, suffering, heartache, and destroyed marriages. It is one of the most damning influences on earth. Whether it be through the printed page, movies, television, obscene lyrics, vulgarities on the telephone, or flickering personal computer screen, pornography is overpoweringly addictive and severely damaging. This potent tool of Lucifer degrades the mind and the heart and the soul of any who use it. All who are caught in its seductive, tantalizing web and remain so will become addicted to its immoral, destructive influence.

When the Apostles were giving us the General Conference porn chat, they weren’t just telling us about a major problem that members were already suffering but they were also telling us that even worse things were on the way.

Pornography– Dallin H. Oaks

He Heals the Heavy Laden – Dallin H. Oaks

Rise Up, O Men of God – Gordon B. Hinckley

Blessed Are All the Pure in Heart – L. Whitney Clayton

A Tragic Evil among Us – Gordon B. Hinckley

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David O. McKay Warned Against the Breakup of the Family 5 Years before No Fault Divorce

Often we wonder if the Quorum of the 12 Apostles receives revelation.  After all at General Conference the Apostles never get up and say, “Thus sayeth the Lord. . .”  There hasn’t been anything added to the Doctrine and Covenants in nearly 100 years.  However whenever we look back at General Conference talks, we constantly see a pattern of the Apostles warning us of dangers to come.  What if I told you that David O. McKay warned Mormons about the danger of breaking up the family 5 years before famous cuckservative Ronald Reagan signed America’s first no fault divorce law.

In 1964 LDS General Conference David O. McKay quoted J.E. McCulloch and made famous the statement, “No other success can compensate for failure in the home.  The poorest shack in which love prevails over a united family is of greater value to God and future humanity that any other riches.  In such a home God can work miracles and will work miracles.”

When it comes to civilization destructive trends we witness a constant pattern of the Quorum of the 12 Apostles giving us advanced knowledge about the next attack that Satan is going to launch on civilization.  Gordon B. Hinckley warned us in 1996 about America’s descent into Clown World in the Family a Proclamation to the World.

5 years after David O. McKay warned the Mormon community that they must keep their families together, cuckservative Ronald Reagan signed America’s first no fault divorce law in California.  Sadly where California goes, America is soon to follow.  Soon after California made no fault divorce the law of the law what happened?  Well the rest of America quickly adopted no fault divorce laws and the rest is history.  Women dumped their husbands in mass because they wanted ‘muh freedom and the right to sleep with bad boys while their ex-husbands foot the bill.  Now nearly half of all American marriages end in divorce.  40% of all children born in America are born to single moms.

Being the child of a single mother is like starting out in life with 2 strikes against you.  Children of single mothers are vastly more likely to see their mother dating other men.  Children of single moms are far more likely to be physically and sexually abused because their mom is bringing random men into her home who, aren’t the children’s father.  Daughters of single mothers are more likely to be sexually promiscuous which ruins their chances of being able to form stable relationships.  Sons of single mothers don’t learn how to be a man and struggle to learn what they need to do to live a good life.  A very high amount of men who fail to launch are the sons of single moms.

Not only did David O. McKay warn Americans not to break up the family but he also told American women that they would be happier in the home instead of in a cubicle farm.  David O. McKay told American women that their most important success would come from having a loving home and a happy family.  (((The media))) was telling women that home life was miserable and that they would be happier if they spent their lives single, childless and working in a cubicle.  (((The media))) pushed Cultural Marxist propaganda like the Mary Tyler Moore show to portray being a cubicle jockey as empowering and not soulless drudge work.  Sadly many women believed (((the media’s))) narrative and decided to dump their husbands, abandon their kids and slave away for corporate America as cubicle drones.  And what have been the results been?  Well American women are the most miserable women on Earth.  So that whole dump your husband, abandon your kids and slave away for corporate America thing didn’t work out for women who ignored the prophet and followed the world’s advice.

When the Quorum of the 12 Apostles speak, we need to listen.  They know where society is heading and what Satan is planning to do next.  David O. McKay knew that no fault divorce was coming and that it was going to ruin hundreds of millions of lives in America.  David O. McKay warned the Mormon people not to believe (((the media’s))) lies.  The Quorum of the 12 Apostles constantly predicting society’s trends is a sign that they are guided by Heavenly Father and they are prophets of God.

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LDS.org Says that Working Mormons Must Be Careful at Work

A few months ago LDS.org released a video about being a religious believer in the modern workforce.  Working Mormons have to be very careful about their work relations these days and the Apostles want us to know our rights and dangers facing working Mormons.  The video is a little bit cheesy and has that 6th grade social engineering lecture feel to it, however there are some good lessons that tell what is on the Apostle’s mind and where they believe that the American culture war is going and what working Mormons have to do to stay out of trouble.

Here’s a link to the video.

The first mini story is about a guy showing up to work and having his cubicle covered in atheist propaganda.  Of course the atheist coworker treats it all as a good natured joke and not horrific bullying.  The second example is of a Mormon being kind of obnoxious trying to share the Gospel with one of his coworkers.  Then the video has the wise HR chick tell us all about the law and how both examples were cases of workers behaving badly.  The video then ends with the Mormon and the atheist who bullied him agreeing on a bunch of stuff and going off as friends.

When we get past the 6th grade social engineering lecture and the split the middle with everybody message; there’re a couple of big points that Mormon leaders are trying to get across to working Mormons.  The first point is working Mormons have legal recourse when they suffer abuse at work.  There’s a strong impression that working Mormons are one of the few groups who it is acceptable to bully and harass in public.  The LDS Church is telling us that we don’t have to accept abuse of our religious beliefs when we are at work.  The Mormon Church is telling us that we have legal recourse over being abused at work and we have a right not to be abused for our beliefs at work.

From this first part of the story we can conclude that lots of working Mormons are being abused at work.  I know that over the last few years I’ve had some bad experiences with coworkers because I’m traditionalist and LDS.  We know that in California HR departments have blacklisted Mormons and try to get their LDS workers to leave.  The Church is telling us that we have legal recourse if our coworkers refuse to stop abusing us at work.  Of course we know and most likely the church also knows that the courts won’t take our claims seriously and will find a way to allow people to abuse us.  We can see where things are going from the first example: religious persecution.

The second story is the example of a Mormon who can’t stop talking about the church.  This is the example of Mormons who take the whole “every member a missionary” thing way too far.  We all know members of the church who take things too far with the way they share the Gospel.  The LDS Church is telling members who like to share their testimony at work to cool things.  The Mormon Church is doing a good thing by working to get some of the over zealous members to cool their over sharing the Gospel act.

The other point that the Mormon Church is trying to get across in the second story is the work place isn’t an acceptable place to share our beliefs.  Let’s face it corporations are looking to fire religious believers.  They will use any tool necessary to get rid of us.  The Church is telling us that the workforce isn’t a good place to share our testimonies because atheists and SJW’s will use our testimonies to take away our jobs and destroy us financially.  The big take away from this story is all working Mormons need to be very careful when and where we share our testimonies with others.

Working Mormons need to get a lot savvier in our relations with the rest of the world.  This means that we have to understand that people hate us and want to make our lives miserable just because.  We also have to understand that the days of getting along with our coworkers and sharing our faith with them are over.  Now work is a place where we go, put our heads down, do our job and get out of there.  Our coworkers aren’t our friends.  They aren’t going to accept our differences and they will use any tool at their disposal to make our lives miserable.  Mormon Church leaders want us to be very careful how we act at work because we have to keep our jobs and this means that we have to be savvier in on the job.

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Did Elder D. Todd Christofferson Take the Red Pill?

Elder D. Todd Christofferson gave a very interesting talk in April 2017 LDS General Conference where he called out American (Mormon?) elites for supporting degeneracy and the breakdown of the family while in their private lives they live relatively traditional lives.  Elder D. Todd Christofferson said that western elites need to preach what they practice.  After his April 2016 LDS General Conference talk many red pill Mormons started to wonder if Elder D. Todd Christofferson took the red pill.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson LDS General Conference talks highlights

Let’s take a look at some of Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s General Conference talks.

  1. Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s April 2017 General Conference talk was titled The Voice of Warning– This talk was a call to repentance.  It is very red pill and calls out the elites for encouraging the breakup of the family while they live in complete families.  That section could have come right out of Steve Sailor’s mouth.

The Key Quote is:

Sometimes those who raise a warning voice are dismissed as judgmental. Paradoxically, however, those who claim truth is relative and moral standards are a matter of personal preference are often the same ones who most harshly criticize people who don’t accept the current norm of “correct thinking.” One writer referred to this as the “shame culture”:

“In a guilt culture you know you are good or bad by what your conscience feels. In a shame culture you know you are good or bad by what your community says about you, by whether it honors or excludes you. … [In the shame culture,] moral life is not built on the continuum of right and wrong; it’s built on the continuum of inclusion and exclusion. …

“… Everybody is perpetually insecure in a moral system based on inclusion and exclusion. There are no permanent standards, just the shifting judgment of the crowd. It is a culture of oversensitivity, overreaction and frequent moral panics, during which everybody feels compelled to go along. … 

“The guilt culture could be harsh, but at least you could hate the sin and still love the sinner. The modern shame culture allegedly values inclusion and tolerance, but it can be strangely unmerciful to those who disagree and to those who don’t fit in.

Contrasted to this is “the rock of our Redeemer,” a stable and permanent foundation of justice and virtue. How much better it is to have the unchanging law of God by which we may act to choose our destiny rather than being hostage to the unpredictable rules and wrath of the social media mob. How much better it is to know the truth than to be “tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine.” How much better to repent and rise to the gospel standard than to pretend there is no right or wrong and languish in sin and regret.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s April 2017 General Conference talk is very much a red pill talk.  You could go so far as to say that he’s been listening to the Weimerica Weekely podcast and been reading Socialmatter.net and some Steve Sailor.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s October 2016 talk was titled Abide in My Love– and talked about how Heavenly Father has a great love for us however having access to his love is conditional on us obeying the commandments, accepting the Atonement  and giving up our sins.

The key quote is:

God’s love is infinite and it will endure forever, but what it means for each of us depends on how we respond to His love.

Jesus said:

“As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love.

“If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father’s commandments, and abide in his love.

To “continue in” or “abide in” the Savior’s love means to receive His grace and be perfected by it.  To receive His grace, we must have faith in Jesus Christ and keep His commandments, including repenting of our sins, being baptized for the remission of sins, receiving the Holy Ghost, and continuing in the path of obedience.

It’s a general call to repentance.  The big deal is how Elder D. Todd Christofferson mentions that if we want to live in God’s love then we have to repent and give up our sins.  We can’t live in God’s love in our sins.  It very much goes against the Current Year narrative that we can live however we want to live and Heavenly Father will accept us and be happy with us no matter what we do.  It’s very out of step with Current Year philosophy and I’d declare it a red pill talk.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s April 2016 LDS General Conference talk was titled Fathers – It is a talk about the importance of fathers.  Everything in it is accurate but he misses the point that it isn’t men blowing up families these days, its women.  Yes the breakdown of the family comes from no fathers in the home but that’s because women have kicked the men out of the home.  This is very much a blue bill talk.  It’s possible that Elder D. Todd Christofferson knows more than he’s letting on in this talk or that this talk led him to explore some “darker” parts of the internet.  On the other hand, maybe he’s on to something.  After all you can’t have patriarchy without patriarchs.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson understands that fathers are the ones who make a family work but that’s standard for the Apostles.  Like most men of his generation his talk indicates that he doesn’t understand the true nature of women for good and bad.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s October 2015 LDS general Conference talk was titled: Why the Church–  and it talks about the importance of being part of the church and the need for being part of the LDS community.  Elder D. Todd Christofferson talks about how being part of the church is a big part of building a successful community.  This talk indicates that he understands the basics of SCALE.  I’d declare this talk red pill.

The key quote is:

Key quote: How does His Church accomplish the Lord’s purposes? It is important to recognize that God’s ultimate purpose is our progress. His desire is that we continue “from grace to grace, until [we receive] a fullness  of all He can give. That requires more than simply being nice or feeling spiritual. It requires faith in Jesus Christ, repentance, baptism of water and of the Spirit, and enduring in faith to the end.  One cannot fully achieve this in isolation, so a major reason the Lord has a church is to create a community of Saints that will sustain one another in the “strait and narrow path which leads to eternal life.”

So far most of Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s talks show that he is generally a man who understands red pill concepts.  He understands that American communities are broken and that living in broken communities leads to dis- function.  He understands that the Mormon Church is one of the few organizations that can provide people things that they need like a stable community of likeminded people.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s April 2015 LDS General Conference talk was titled: Why Marriage, Why Family– It discusses how marriage is a responsibility from Heavenly Father and it isn’t just about love and happily ever after.  This is very much a red pill talk.

The key quote is:

A family built on the marriage of a man and woman supplies the best setting for God’s plan to thrive—the setting for the birth of children, who come in purity and innocence from God, and the environment for the learning and preparation they will need for a successful mortal life and eternal life in the world to come. A critical mass of families built on such marriages is vital for societies to survive and flourish. That is why communities and nations generally have encouraged and protected marriage and the family as privileged institutions. It has never been just about the love and happiness of adults.

The social science case for marriage and for families headed by a married man and woman is compelling.   And so “we warn that the disintegration of the family will bring upon individuals, communities, and nations the calamities foretold by ancient and modern prophets.”  But our claims for the role of marriage and family rest not on social science but on the truth that they are God’s creation. It is He who in the beginning created Adam and Eve in His image, male and female, and joined them as husband and wife to become “one flesh” and to multiply and replenish the earth.  Each individual carries the divine image, but it is in the matrimonial union of male and female as one that we attain perhaps the most complete meaning of our having been made in the image of God—male and female. Neither we nor any other mortal can alter this divine order of matrimony. It is not a human invention. Such marriage is indeed “from above, from God” and is as much a part of the plan of happiness as the Fall and the Atonement.

Telling post modern Americans that marriage isn’t happily ever after and that marriage isn’t all about love and “being happy” is something most post modern Americans don’t want to hear.  Telling Americans that marriage is about giving children a good environment to grow and telling Americans that marriage is about personal sacrifice is very much a red pill act.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s October 2014 LDS General Conference talk is titled: Free Forever, to Act for Themselves–  and talks about repentance and that God won’t save us in our sins.  We are free to choose to be obedient or be disobedient but God cannot save us in our sins.

Christ died not to save indiscriminately but to offer repentance. We rely “wholly upon the merits of him who is mighty to save” in the process of repentance, but acting to repent is a self-willed change. So by making repentance a condition for receiving the gift of grace, God enables us to retain responsibility for ourselves. Repentance respects and sustains our moral agency: “And thus mercy can satisfy the demands of justice, and encircles them in the arms of safety, while he that exercises no faith unto repentance is exposed to the whole law of the demands of justice; therefore only unto him that has faith unto repentance is brought about the great and eternal plan of redemption.”

Telling the American people that they need to repent of their sins is very much a red pill act, especially during the Obama years when the US Federal Government had a gun pointed at the LDS Church’s head.  Telling Americans to repent is a very red pill thing to do.  Is Elder D. Todd Christofferson Common Filth’s grandfather?

Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s October 2013 General Conference talk was titled: The Moral Force of Women–  It praises women and says that women are a natural force for good.  He then goes on to talk about all of the important tasks that women do.  Talks about how the world minimizes the value of women.  Talks about how sexual immorality makes women degenerate.  He talks about how the world is trying to destroy femininity.  When you get past the woman worship at the beginning the talk is very red pill.  The pattern is he is very red pill but he has a bit of a blind spot when it comes to women.

Jumping back in time, Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s October 2010 LDS General Conference talk was titled: Reflections on a Consecrated Life– It talks about living a balanced life.  The talk is very red pill.

The key quote was: I would like to consider with you five of the elements of a consecrated life: purity, work, respect for one’s physical body, service, and integrity.

Exercising and living a balanced life is very much a red pill concept.  Most Americans are fat, lazy degenerates who live pathetic lives.  Just telling Americans that they need to live productive lives in all aspect of life is an incredibly red pill concept.

Conclusion

In most regards Elder D. Todd Christofferson is a red pill Mormon.  He has a bit of a blind spot when it comes to women.  A good man to compare him to is William S. Lind who is a well known 4GW theorist.  William S. Lind is a traditionalist and is red pill in all matters except women.  Elder D. Todd Christoffeson is very much the same way.

One of the great things about being a member of the LDS Church is we have leaders who are fairly red pilled.  Very few religious institutions are fortunate enough to have leaders like Elder D. Todd Christofferson because most religious leaders are total cuck sellouts.  Just look at the post modern Pope for an example of a religious leader who sold out his flock.  It is a sign of the authority of the Apostles that we have more or less red pill men like Elder D. Todd Christofferson because it shows that God is guiding the Mormon Church through the cultural collapse and showing us how not to decay like the rest of Western Civilization.

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April 2017 LDS General Conference Quick Review

LDS General Conference came and went last weekend and it was a very interesting conference.  The general theme of conference was repentance.  You could see that the Apostles were very focused on calling the members of the church to repent of their sins.  Gone were the cute stories that the members made cute memes of and instead it was repeated calls for members of the church to repent.

The Apostles in LDS General Conference were particularly focused on calling SJW fake Mormons to repent.  The way that the talks would call the SJW fake Mormons to repent was they would say, “Heavenly Father loves everybody and we are inclusive but. . .,” then the LDS General Conference speaker would then talk about how if we don’t repent of our sins then Heavenly Father will hold them accountable for their bad behavior.  The narrative that LDS General Conference was establishing to the SJW fake Mormons was that being inclusive doesn’t mean that the LDS Church is going to allow the SJW fake Mormons to poz up the church.

For the last 8 years LDS General Conference has been nonstop the Apostles saying, “We are nice.  We love everybody.”  It was nauseating to see the leaders of the LDS Church act so weak in LDS General Conference and allow the SJW fake Mormons to establish a beachhead in the Mormon Community.  This was the first LDS General Conference since President Trump was elected and the general attitude in conference was completely different.  General Conference was direct and completely no nonsense.  Many red pill Mormons would have loved it for the Apostles to go full Common Filth on the SJW fake Mormons, but that’s just a bridge too far.  This last LDS General Conference was as direct as the Apostles can go while being mainstream public figures.

If you liked April 2017 LDS General Conference then thank President Trump.  Just by looking at the contrast from April 2017 General Conference and General Conference over the last 8 years we can see that the Obama Administration had a gun pointed at the head of the Mormon Church and was controlling what the LDS Church could say.  If Egg McMuffin, Jeff Flake or Mitt Romney had their way then Hillary Clinton would have been president and she would have kept the gun pointed at the head of the LDS Church.  We can see from April 2017 LDS General Conference that President Trump already has given the Mormon Church more freedom than it had for the last 8 years.

Mormons and Christians need to hold President Trump’s feet to the fire and put more pressure on him to repeal the Johnson Amendment.  The Johnson Amendment has put major restrictions on religious speech.  If we want more direct LDS General Conferences like April 2017 then we need to pressure President Trump to repeal the Johnson Amendment once and for all.

The only annoying thing that went on at General Conference was between sessions on TV there was a video about refugees and it was full of the usual narrative that frustrates us to an extreme level.  It takes about 6 to 8 months to produce a 45 minute to 1 hour video at a professional level.  This video was commissioned back when all the American elites were 100% convinced that Hillary Clinton was going to be president and the gun would still be pointed at the Church’s head.  I’d expect that in October 2017 General Conference there will be no mention of refugees or support of the 3rd World invasion of the west.

April 2017 LDS General Conference shows that the Apostles are aware of the threat that SJW fake Mormons are to the Mormon Community.  The Apostles are telling them that they need to get into line right now and stop their deviant behavior and rebellion.  The Obama Administration really did have a gun pointed at the head of the Mormon Church for the last 8 years and President Trump has freed the LDS Church from American government pressure.  Mormons need to thank President Trump for freeing the Apostles to stand up to SJW fake Mormons.  We also need to hold his feet to the fire and make President Trump go through with repealing the Johnson Amendment.

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LDS General Conference Danger of Pornography Lectures Show that the Mormon Apostles Are Prophets of God

Do you ever wonder why every LDS General Conference we all have to suffer listening to several talks telling us about the dangers of pornography?  We all hate these talks because frankly we’ve all seen too many dirty images and we hate being reminded about our favorite vice.  However there’s a huge reason why we all have to suffer through talks on pornography every LDS General Conference.  We have to hear the anti-porn chat every LDS General Conference because looking at pornography literally makes men (and women) miserable and unhappy with their relationships.

Particularly among male viewers, pornography was linked to significantly “lower sexual and relational satisfaction.” On the average, the report states, men’s sexual and relational satisfaction are “adversely affected” by consumption of pornography.

This was a massive study with 50,000 participants.  The results of the study boiled down to: men become miserable with all their relationships when they look at porn.  Want to have a crappy sex life?  Look at lots of porn.  Want to have crappy relationships with everybody in your life?  Look at lots of porn.

Porn is so destructive because it shows us something that men are naturally hardwired to want to see and then takes it to an extreme level that is like shooting us up with heroin.  The degenerates in the San Fernando Valley mass produce it and then the degenerates in Silicon Valley create a wide variety of ways to beam it straight into our heads.  Mix in America’s dysfunctional dating market and the obesity epidemic and you have a recipe for millions of men to easily become addicted to this toxic product that is like consuming a highly addictive and powerful drug.

All men have seen way too many pornographic images so let’s not judge each other but have compassion on everybody.  It’s the nature of the modern world and it is so easy to get into porn because all men these days struggle to have good relationships.  It is an absolutely brutal dating market these days for single men and it’s understandable why lots of men would fall into the pornography trap.

In LDS General Conference when the Apostles do the porn lectures, remember that the Apostles are doing it for our good.  They’ve been telling us to get as far away from porn as possible and resist consuming it for at least the last 15 years or so and they’ve been right the whole time.

Mormon Apostles have been alerting all Mormons about the dangers of pornography since at least the turn of the century because they are inspired by God and they were telling us that looking at dirty images and dirty movies would ruin our relationships and make us miserable.  Mormon Apostles were wise to the destructive nature of pornography and their wisdom shows that they are inspired and guided by God.  The LDS Apostles are inspired by God and want to help us live better lives.  When they give us the porn chat next LDS General Conference, remember that they are doing it because they want us to be happy and find satisfaction in life.

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Mormon Leaks Shows that the Quorum of the 12 Apostles Is Based

I’m not going to lie.  I’m actually a big fan of Mormon Leaks.   I’m probably one of a very small number of reasonably faithful Mormons who likes Mormon Leaks because it shows us that Mormon Church leaders are being responsible with the money and more importantly behind closed doors the Quorum of the 12 Apostles is very based.

Recently Mormon Leaks leaked a document that showed this slide:

This slide deals with why Mormons leave the LDS Church and shows us that the Quorum of the 12 Apostles know exactly why most people leave the LDS Church.  It shows that people with differing political views leave the LDS Church for differing reasons based on their personal politics.  Let’s take a look at why people leave Mormonism according to the Quorum of the 12 Apostles.

Leftists leave the LDS Church because:

  • Ordain Women. These are radical feminists who either are lesbians, closeted lesbians or feminists with pathetic cuck husbands.  No loss there.
  • John Dehlin. I’ve got no idea who he is and I’m not interested enough in him to do a 30 second Google search to find his blog.  He’s probably some leftist who spends his time chastising the church on its lack of inclusivity and unwillingness to turn the Temple into a gay bathhouse.  We should all be grateful when his followers leave the church because they are the ones giving us horrible lectures on Sunday about how we need to be more inclusive and other nonsense.
  • Secular. Secular is postmodern leftwing code for people who no longer believe in God or that it has a place in society.  These are the godless.  The cultural winds have been blowing left for a long time and pushing people away from God and religion in general.
  • Disagree with current policies. These are the leftists who leave the church because women can’t have the priesthood, gays can’t marry in the temple, people can’t sleep around, etc.  This all boils down to the fact the leftist Mormons hate having to be in a non SJW converged church.  This is another group of people who the rest of us are happy to see go.
  • Incredulity over Church history. This is an excuse that leftist leaning Mormons use to justify their leaving the Mormon Church.  For example in a few years when James the Mormon apostatizes he will spend his time tweeting about how angry he is that blacks couldn’t hold the priesthood and that he is angry over polygamy, even though at the time he will be rapping about how he loves fucking White Mormon girls.  He will do this without noticing the irony of his actions either about him sleeping with multiple women or about living up to every anti-black stereotype.  This also explains why Cultural Marxist websites are always publishing attacks on Mormon history.  They are doing it because they know that it is a great way to get their leftist Mormon readers to feel demoralized with their faith and encourage them to leave the church.

Looking at the Mormon Leaks chart on why leftist Mormons leave the church it all boils down to these people convert to the Church of Cultural Marxism.  These are the SJW’s in the Mormon community who want to destroy Mormon Culture and remake it in their Cultural Marxist image.  The leftist Mormons who stay in the Mormon Church are the ones who want to infiltrate it and attempt to take it over and turn the LDS Church into just another converged Cultural Marxist institution.  The way things are going politically in America I can’t see any leftists still being Mormon in 15 years unless they are able to take over the LDS Church and SJW converge it.

According to Mormon Leaks Rightists leave the LDS Church because of:

  • False prophets. These are the people who no longer believe that the Quorum of the 12 Apostles is guided by Heavenly Father.  I’d suspect that these people are those who join fundamentalist LDS splinter groups.
  • Denver Snuffer. I looked him up.  Blogger guy who got ex-ed.  He wrote books that say that the LDS Church has been compromising to fit in with American culture since the days of Brigham Young.  That isn’t what got him in trouble (good because if he got in trouble for that then there are things on Redgulls that could get us in trouble).  What got him in trouble and excommunicated was he wrote a book that said that he’d personally had a visitation from Jesus Christ and outlined how all Mormons could get a literal personal visitation from Christ.  Too bad that he went all-in on that Christ visitation thing.
  • Robert Norman. I looked him up.  Former teacher at the Salt Lake Institute of religion.  He’s a pretty well respected guy.  What’s gotten him in trouble is that he’s gotten into the whole get your own literal personal visitation from Jesus Christ thing.  I might have taken an Institute class from him back in the day and he was a good teacher.  There are some rumors that he might have done something kind of polygamous and the details are complicated and tragic.  It’s really too bad about him.
  • Last days/ end of world predictions. There have been a lot of early members of the church including Apostles speculating about the end of the world.  There are also lots of people today who talk about the end of the world and end times prophesy.  I guess people follow this stuff a lot and either joins end times splinter groups or when a speculation from an early Mormon Church leader doesn’t happen these people leave the church.  It’s too bad about these people because they sound like they are genuinely interested in the Gospel but they just end up taking things too far.
  • Need “something more.” This could be 2 types of people.  The first type could be the people who’s “something more” means that they need another wife.  The second type is people who leave the church and go on some sort of a spiritual journey and experiment with more traditional religions.  I’ve met a few of these guys and they seem reasonable.  People have to make their way in life so the Mormon Church is always going to lose a certain percentage of people who just want to go a different way with their spiritual journey.
  • Church has lost its way or is deficient. This is the one that can affect red pill Mormons the most because let’s face it Mormon Church leadership comes across as really cucky sometimes.  We all know where cucky actions lead so it is easy to believe that the Mormon Church is going to become a SJW converged organization.  If I ever go apostate it will be because of this one.

Non-political reasons why people leave Mormonism:

  • Pornography. Breitbart recently released a study that showed that looking at porn ruins sex drives and ruins relationships.  I often wonder if the pornography problem is a chicken or an egg situation.  Do people start looking at porn (I’m including emotional porn for women AKA romance novels in the porn discussion) and then their relationships blow up or do people start to have relationship problems, they start looking at porn and then the problems blow up even worse?  Whatever it is getting mixed up in pornography ruins people’s lives and of course consuming it would drive people away from the LDS Church.
  • Sabbath. We all have to work so hard now, we all have to struggle to make ends meet and free time is one of the things that many people have to give up.  For a lot of people now, Sunday is the only day when they have time and they often are unwilling to give up half of it to attend church.
  • Chastity. This can be two things.  The first is singles start being sexually promiscuous and this drives them away from the church.  We’ve all seen this.  The second way that chastity issues drive people away from the Mormon Church is adultery.  Let’s face it, when people cheat in their marriage they are going to lose interest in the church.
  • Lack of commitment. Lots of former Mormons just aren’t interested in being part of the community.
  • Lack of righteousness. Of all the bullet points this is the one that doesn’t make sense.  What does this mean?  I suspect at that it has to do with the Word of Wisdom.  Lots of normal people like their coffee and wine.  Also many people these days struggle with drug abuse.  People addicted to drugs or who are recreational consumers of drugs don’t like to be in our church because we look down on their lifestyle.  This could also be homosexuals for obvious reasons.
  • Language and cultural problems “-ites.” These are the people who just don’t fit in and struggle to be part of the group.  These are the Asians who get baptized and then live with a bunch of WASP’s and feel uncomfortable.  These are the kids who just don’t fit in.  These are the tragic misfits who end up leaving the church.

Good news about the ways people leave Mormonism:

There’s quite a bit of good news that this Mormon Leaks document shows.  The first thing is people aren’t leaving the LDS Church for a specific other church and they aren’t leaving our church for any specific church (besides the Church of Cultural Marxism) in large enough numbers to being worth being mentioned by name.  From a marketing perspective this means that Mormonism is still the best in brand church out there and honest ex-Mormons aren’t leaving us for a church (besides the Church of Cultural Marxism) they consider better in large numbers.

We can deal with a lot of the reasons why people leave the LDS Church.  About 20% of all Mormons are leftists to some degree or another.  How do most people become leftists?  They get non stop Cultural Marxism indoctrination at school and on television.  The best way to cut down on this problem is to create our own school system to give our kids a Cultural Marxism free education.  The other really important thing the Mormon Church can do to prevent this problem is by creating “echo free entertainment” for our children.  Vastly expanding and growing BYUTV and other LDS media operations and making sure that it is really good content will repel the ability of Cultural Marxists to use television to indoctrinate our kids.

On the pornography issue lots of good information is coming out that is demonstrating the destructive nature of porn plus most porn has gotten so gross and disgusting that its crossed a line where normal people with a vice really just don’t want to see it anymore.  Telling Mormon young men that looking at pornography will make them unable to enjoy their sex life will help a lot of them resist the pr0n temptation.

The Quorum of the 12 Apostles can inspire red pill Mormons who could fall into the “Church has lost its way or is deficient” crowd by getting over being cucky and by refusing to compromise anymore with the Cultural Marxists.  Also telling leftist Mormons that the Quorum of the 12 Apostles isn’t going to let SJW’s converge the Mormon Church and telling leftist Mormons to cut out the crap will go a long way to keeping the “Church has lost its way or is deficient” crowd a part of the Mormon Church.

The best way to inspire the “Sabbath” and “Lack of commitment” crowd to want to stay in the Mormon Church is to work to provide them with more value for their time.  This is an area where sadly the Mormon Church is letting its members down.  Working to give people in this crowd a better feeling that they are receiving real value that positively affects their daily lives will inspire this crowd to stay more involved in the LDS Church.  A big part of what Redgulls does is try to reach out to this crowd and also get the word out that Mormon Church leadership needs to do a lot more for this crowd.  This is probably the #1 place where the Mormon Church can reach out and inspire a group of people who leave the Mormon faith to want to be involved in the Mormon community.

Conclusion:

The Mormon leaks documents show us that the Quorum of the 12 Apostles is aware of the real reasons why people leave the Mormon Church.  You can see that they are aware of these very serious issues and are working to guide members of the LDS Church away from these problems.  To a large extent most of these problems can be dealt with and we can all take heart that the Apostles are working on ways to deal with these problems.  It will be interesting to watch LDS General Conference in April and see which of these subjects our Mormon Church leaders cover in their talks.

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The Family a Proclamation to the World Shows that Mormon Apostles Receive Revelation

Often Mormons wonder if the Apostles really do receive revelation from Heavenly Father.  We read the Doctrine and Covenants and see Heavenly Father give lots of guidance to Joseph Smith, but where’s guidance from Heavenly Father directed toward us?  Well Heavenly Father gave us great advice 22 years ago to help us deal with the Clown World we live in right now.  The Family a Proclamation to the World is an inspired document that guides Mormons on how to deal with Clown World.  Let’s look at some of the highlights.

We, the First Presidency and the Council of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, solemnly proclaim that marriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God and that the family is central to the Creator’s plan for the eternal destiny of His children.

That’s a bold statement.  When Gordon B. Hinckley read The Family a Proclamation to the World back in 1995, gay marriage wasn’t on anybody’s radar.  At the time coming out and saying that Heavenly Father ordained marriage between men and women, was a borderline obvious statement.  At the time nobody debated that issue.  Now 20 years later, huge chunks of America and the world believe that a family can be 2 men or 2 women.  Thankfully the 12 Apostles gave all Mormons guidance with The Family a Proclamation to the World and we all know what a family really is.

All Human Beings-male and female-are created in the image of God. Each is a beloved spirit son or daughter of heavenly parents, and, as such, each has a divine nature and destiny. Gender is an essential characteristic of individual premortal, mortal, and eternal identity and purpose.

Right in the 2nd paragraph The Family a Proclamation to the World talks about gender.  It says that all men and women always were the gender identity to which they were born.  Nobody would have thought about it back in 1995 but today nonsense like Transgenderism is all the rage.  (((The media))) is out there telling all kids that they are a different gender than how they were born.  Back in 1995 when Gordon B. Hinckley read The Family a Proclamation to the World it was beyond inconceivable that somebody’s gender would be up for debate.  But here we are in Clown World.

20+ years ago Gordon B. Hinckley told us this was nonsense and damaging to children

The First Commandment that God gave to Adam and Eve pertained to their potential for parenthood as husband and wife. We declare that God’s commandment for His children to multiply and replenish the earth remains in force. We further declare that God has commanded that the sacred powers of procreation are to be employed only between man and woman, lawfully wedded as husband and wife.

Right in The Family a Proclamation to the World, Gordon B. Hinckley said that we still are commanded to marry and have families.  On the AltRight we often hear about the demographic problems that White people have.  The Mormon Church addressed this problem 20 years ago and told women that they need to have children.  The Family a Proclamation to the World is a counterpoint to what (((the media))) tells White people.

This is how (((the media))) wants smart White people to live

Gay sex is forbidden in The Family a Proclamation to the World.  The part that says, “We further declare that God has commanded that the sacred powers of procreation are to be employed only between man and woman, lawfully wedded as husband and wife” amounts to saying, “Bathhouse parties are wrong.”  If you ever wonder why the gay mafia has so much hatred for the Mormon Church, its right in The Family a Proclamation to the World where it declares sodomy wrong.  There’s nothing the gays hate being told more than having to be told that their sex acts are forbidden by Heavenly Father.

The Family a Proclamation to the World also tells women that they are abusing their children when they dump their husbands to get back on the cock carousel

Children are entitled to birth within the bonds of matrimony, and to be reared by a father and a mother who honor marital vows with complete fidelity.

The Family a Proclamation to the World tells women that they are abusing their children when they dump their husbands because they want attention from Sexy-Rockband-Drummer-Guy.  We didn’t know back in the 90’s that women were the ones creating single moms.  We all just thought that it was men dumping their wives to run off with their secretaries.  Nevertheless Gordon B. Hinckley told women that they were abusing their kids when they dump their husbands; 20 years before we learned that it’s mostly women getting rid of their husbands.

The Family a Proclamation to the World ends with a prophetic warning to people who want to destroy the family:

We warn that individuals who violate covenants of chastity, who abuse spouse or offspring, or who fail to fulfill family responsibilities will one day stand accountable before God. Further, we warn that the disintegration of the family will bring upon individuals, communities, and nations the calamities foretold by ancient and modern prophets.

The Family a Proclamation to the World tells American and (((Globalist elites))) that if they destroy the family then they are going to destroy western civilization.  Today people who’ve taken the red pill understand that there is a war being fought to destroy the family.  It’s common knowledge on the AltRight that (((Globalist))) elites actively want to destroy the nuclear family because that is the best way to break society and allow corrupt people to have more power and wealth.

The Family a Proclamation to the World shows that the Mormon Apostles are guided by Heavenly Father.  It predicted America’s descent into Clown World where people can’t understand what they see when they look down in the shower.  The Family a Proclamation to the World accurately predicted the war on marriage years before it began.  As Mormons let’s have confidence that today Heavenly Father is guiding the Apostles just like he guided Gordon B. Hinckley 20+ years ago.

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