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Smith's quest for the presidency had nothing to do with democracy in ...
Smith's quest for the presidency had nothing to do with democracy in America but rather the attempt to fulfill the establishment of the Earthly Theocratic Kingdom of God with himself as Vice Regent for Christ as the world theocratic dictator. Smith's success in deluding several thousands of people mostly from Europe to become his followers and building a city on a bend of the Mississippi called Nauvoo made him heady enough to develop the disease of narcissism by organ- izing a group called the Council of the Fifty to be his presidential campaign organization. At the time, Smith was a fugitive from Justice across the river in Missouri having escaped jail to avoid a trial for sedition
His death resulted in Brigham Young succeeding him as the leader of the Mormons who followed him to what would later become the Utah territory. Young attempted to replicate the idea of Joseph as earth King in his kingdom of Deseret. Alas that failed because the US Army invaded Mexico to steal the very land for US expansion that Young had recently squatted on.
Young had unwittingly agreed to form a battalion of Mormon elders Known as the Mormon Battalion to help win that war and would thus betray his own objective in securing land for his own kingdom.
Despite that set back the Mormon Priesthood led by each successive "prophet" has continued to look forward to the day when it can by deceit and deception take control of the government of the United States and ultimately of the world. Indeed any faithful Melchizedek priesthood holder such as Mitt Romney or John Huntsman who could attain election to the Presidency of the United States would likely develop narcism thinking God placed him there so he could enable the church prophet to become the literal "king of the kingdom." This book addresses the priesthood element rather than the church as the former came into existence in May and June 1829 before the church in April 1830 and is the only power present within Mormonism except perhaps for the powerful but submissive role played by brainwashed women.
Not realized by many observers is the nexus to Mormonism held by the late Adolph Hitler when he established his own concept of a thousand year rule over earth's peoples by the Third Reich.
Hitler was fascinated by such things as the dietary code of Mormons known as the Word of Wisdom in which Coffee, tea, Alcohol and other drinks were abstained from. Additionally, the Mormon practice of fasting one day a month with the proceeds of money saved given to the poor to assist them in their struggle to stay alive. Indeed there was a mutuality of admiration between Mormon Leaders and leaders of the Third Reich prior to World War Two.
Today the white shirt-black corporate suited uniforms of Mormon leaders and 40,000 missionaries in the field bespeak a connection with Hitler's S.S troopers.
The author tells that these items of the nexus between Mormonism and Nazism where brought to his attention many years ago by individuals who knew by insight that he had to fulfill a mission to expose Mormonism as a threat to earth's mankind as discussed in the book and in his memoirs, "Under the Mormon Tree".
The author at the beginning of the book acknowledges that his is acting at this time based upon a spiritual event in his life on his eighth birthday in which he was told of the need to resist the Mormon leaders from taking over the government when he would be in his late years. He defines that event as his "road to DAMASCUS".