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February 23, 2012

Despite promising not to, Mormons baptize Anne Frank

But it's cool cause I just un-baptized her. Mormons baptize Holocaust victim Anne Frank posthumously, says report - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News
Annelies Marie (Anne) Frank, a German-born Jew who perished in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, was allegedly baptized posthumously by Mormons on Saturday, the Huffington Post reported Tuesday. According to the report, the baptism was conducted using a proxy, by a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Dominican Republic . Whistleblower Helen Radkey, a former member of the church, told the Huffington Post that she discovered Frank's name on a database open only to Mormons, where the Jewish girl who died at age 15 was listed as "Completed" beside categories labeled "Baptism" and "Confirmation" with the date February 18, 2012. A screen shot of the alleged database sent by Radkey is linked to the Huffington Post report. The Huffington Post described Radkey as "a Salt Lake City researcher who investigates such incidents, which violate a 2010 pact between the Mormon Church and Jewish leaders." Jews are particularly offended by an attempt to alter the religion of Holocaust victims, who were murdered because of their religion, and the baptism of Holocaust survivors was supposed to have been barred by a 1995 agreement. . . .

February 22, 2012

All Dead Mormons Are Now Gay

People are still pretty miffed that the Mormons posthumously baptize people into Mormonism. They claim to have baptized all the Jews murdered in the Holocaust. So now I guess it was six million Mormons killed by Nazis? It's confusing and wrong. So now you can help get even. The page below lets you put in the name of any dead Mormon and by pressing a button you know magically make them gay. Posthumously. Which means when they are on their personal space planets in the afterlife partying with Jesus and Smith and the angel Moroni they will be having a totally gay party. Forever. All Dead Mormons Are Now Gay

Santorum claims that God told us to strip-mine the entire planet

He's taken climate chaos denial to a shrieking extreme. Santorum Takes Climate Change Denial To A Biblical Level | TPM2012
“We were put on this Earth as creatures of God to have dominion over the Earth, to use it wisely and steward it wisely, but for our benefit not for the Earth’s benefit,” Santorum told a Colorado crowd earlier this month. He went on to call climate change “an absolute travesty of scientific research that was motivated by those who, in my opinion, saw this as an opportunity to create a panic and a crisis for government to be able to step in and even more greatly control your life.” The surging presidential hopeful fleshed out this argument further this Sunday on CBS Face The Nation, when asked to justify his recent controversial claim that President Obama has a “phony theology” that’s not “based on the Bible.” He said the President sides with “radical environmentalists” who don’t understand what God intended to be the relationship between humans and the planet. “When you have a worldview that elevates the Earth above man and says that we can’t take those resources because we’re going to harm the Earth; by things that frankly are just not scientifically proven, for example, the politicization of the whole global warming debate — this is all an attempt to, you know, to centralize power and to give more power to the government,” Santorum said.