There was some mention about mormons here, I just wanted to share some information about them.
I once had two "elders" of the mormons come and talk to I several years ago. The first thing I asked them is why does there name tag say elder when they are so young. They said something about it being because they minister to the people, I replied that usually when I hear about an elder, they are an older person.
They asked I what I knew about the mormons, and I knew more then they expected. So I told them what I know, since that day I have never had a mormon ask I anything again, the mormons in I city probably got a memo telling them to avoid dreadlock RasTafarI.
The mormons deal with a lot of wicked concepts. It is a racist group, with a racist book that they claim to be scripture.
The book of mormon, or morons as Mutabaruka calls them, claim that the First Nations people of the Americas are dark because God put a curse on them because of their wickedness. They also claim that the dark "Indians" killed all the righteous white "Indians", so only evil "Indians" are left. And what I know about Jah is that He will never cause his people to be utterly destroyed, but will always leave a remnant to survive, so it is impossible that their story is true.
The mormons also say that when the dark "Indians" repent and turn unto God, then their skin will turn "white and beautiful" again. The book of mormon was only made as an excuse to downpress and murder the First Nations people. Babylon deals with too much wickedness and they will fall and are falling because of it.
The mormons also claim that Christ came to North America to speak to the First Nations people (the good ones they claim are extinct). But when I looked at their book, they basically took speeches made by Christ in the New Testament and copied them word for word. And one thing I know is that if I tell you a story today, and then days, months or years later I tell the same story to somebody else, I wouldn't use the exact same words I used before. Christ didn't read a written speech to people, but spoke what he knew.
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