Just Too Weird: Bishop Romney's Mormon Takeover of America: Polygamy, Theocracy, Subversion [NOOK Book]

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Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Mormon tradition is revealed as no real religion but a cult invented by a charlatan, a disguise for a subversive ideology opposing all that is best in the American tradition. The British recruited Mormon leaders into their 19th century plot to break up the US, leading to the cult’s strategic occupation of Utah territory. Mormonism has never abandoned its secrecy and its enmity to America.
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Just Too Weird: Bishop Romney's Mormon Takeover of America: Polygamy, Theocracy, Subversion

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Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s Mormon tradition is revealed as no real religion but a cult invented by a charlatan, a disguise for a subversive ideology opposing all that is best in the American tradition. The British recruited Mormon leaders into their 19th century plot to break up the US, leading to the cult’s strategic occupation of Utah territory. Mormonism has never abandoned its secrecy and its enmity to America.
Mitt Romney is the hoped-for figure who will fulfill Mormon prophecy and take over the United States. This book provides warning insights into a possible Romney presidency by exploring over 182 years of Latter-day Saints tradition. As Romney is a notorious liar and flip-flopper, it is useless to examine his political positions at any given moment. He attempts to pose as an ultra-patriot, but his family considered the barbaric Mormon practice of polygamy more important than loyalty to the United States. Romney spent years attempting to recruit for the cult, in which black Americans were regarded as inferior. Although Romney demands an aggressive foreign policy, nobody in his family every served this country in uniform – although at least one ancestor fought against the Union in the attempted 1857 Mormon secession of Utah. As president, Romney would rely on and build up the Mormon Mafia in the intelligence community. He might try to carry out Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith’s apocalyptic White Horse Prophecy, which calls for a Mormon takeover of the United States, followed by a campaign to conquer the world for their theocracy. Every voter needs to read this book.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015587388
  • Publisher: Progressive Press
  • Publication date: 10/12/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 380
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Webster G. Tarpley graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton in 1966. He was a Fulbright scholar in Turin, has taught English at Cornell and Milan, and lectured in many universities. He holds an MA from Skidmore College and a Ph.D. in history from the Catholic Univ. of America. From 1974 to 1996, Tarpley was a correspondent in Europe and Washington DC. He co-authored Chi ha ucciso Aldo Moro (Who Killed Aldo Moro) an exposé of international terrorism. In 1979-80, he was a commentator for Teleradiosole, a TV station in Rome. Tarpley co-authored George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography (1992), which sold 25,000 copies. He also wrote 9/11 Synthetic Terror, the authoritative work on 9/11 as a covert operation, and two books exposing Barack Obama as a Wall Street puppet. His Real Pearl Harbor Conspiracy is soon to appear in print. Tarpley is often on the Russia Today television channel, on KPFK, Jeff Rense, Alex Jones and Dr Deagle. He also has his own talk show, World Crisis Radio.
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