I do not hate my father, Michael J. Nemelka. I hate what he has become because of his religion.
I DO NOT HATE THE LDS/MORMON PEOPLE.
I DO NOT HATE ANY HUMAN BEING.
I HATE THE INSTITUTIONS THAT CAUSE HUMANS TO TREAT EACH OTHER POORLY.
I HATE ... NO, I DETEST, I DESPISE, AND I AM THOROUGHLY DISGUSTED WITH ... THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (LDS/MORMON CHURCH)—THE MOST CORRUPT RELIGION UPON EARTH.
And this is why:
The LDS/Mormon Church uses the Book of Mormon to convince people to join this church, and then threatens a member's eternal salvation, if the member does not pay a full tithe (10% of one's income).
Mormons are taught that they cannot obtain eternal salvation unless they receive priesthood ordinances that are only administered inside the LDS temples. A member cannot obtain a Temple Recommend—that allows the member to enter the temple—unless the member pays a FULL tithe.
Not only is this false doctrine concerning eternal salvation NOT taught anywhere in the Book of Mormon, but NONE of the priesthood ordinances associated with what the LDS/Mormons teach as necessary for eternal salvation are taught in the Book of Mormon.
Here is what the Real Illuminati®—who have now provided unchallengeable evidence that this group of intelligent people authored the Book of Mormon—wrote about their new American scripture, the Book of Mormon:
(Found in the book, PENTATEUCH ILLUMINATED, A Five Part Series Introducing A New American Scripture—How and Why The Real Illuminati® Created the Book of Mormon, pages 106-111.)
"When our book was actually published in 1830, it did not include the most important chapter of Isaiah—chapter 1. That chapter was part of our original storyline [that] we were forced to rewrite after it was peer reviewed (116- page lost manuscript). For this reason, Zenos and Zenock, which are not Old Testament prophets, but were introduced in our original book of Lehi, are mentioned in the 1830 edition. The teachings of Zenos and Zenock are mentioned throughout the storyline.
"As you consider why and how we wrote the Book of Mormon for the early American Christians, it is important to consider how and for what purpose every aspect of the story was created. In the 1830 edition, the quotes from Isaiah start with Isaiah chapter 2, and use, in sequence, chapters 3 through 14, and a few other important parts of Isaiah.
"Isaiah, chapter 14 ends on the premise for which we not only wrote the original book of Isaiah to confound the Hebrews, but also for which we wrote the new scripture to inspire the Americans (Gentiles):
"'What shall one then answer the messengers of the nation? That the LORD hath founded Zion, and the poor of his people shall trust in it.'
"Our intent in writing a new American scripture was to inspire the European Christians to establish a 'New Jerusalem' (Zion) in the United States of America, a nation 'above all other nations' on Earth ... IN WHICH THE POOR PEOPLE COULD TRUST.
"But our story also explains that there was only ONE REASON and ONE REASON only, for God making America great—'for the intent to do good.'
"We illustrated this by pointing out what the Americans could do for the native American peoples, about whom the Book of Mormon was written.
"In our story, the native Americans—and others of the world’s disenfranchised and marginalized people, i.e., 'the more part of all the tribes have been led away; and they are scattered to and fro upon the isles of the sea'—are supposed to be 'nursed by the Gentiles':
"Nevertheless, after they shall be nursed by the Gentiles, and the Lord has lifted up his hand upon the Gentiles and set them up for a standard [as the ultimate standard of one who nurses, i.e., a mother], and their children have been carried in their arms [what mothers do], and their daughters have been carried upon their shoulders, behold these things of which are spoken are temporal [worldly things—the basic necessities of life—versus spiritual things]; ... that the Lord God will raise up a mighty nation among the Gentiles, yea, even upon the face of this land; and by them shall our seed be scattered [Americans scattering the native Americans].
"And after our seed is scattered the Lord God will proceed to do a marvelous work among the Gentiles, which shall be of great worth unto our seed; wherefore, it is likened unto their being nourished by the Gentiles and being carried in their arms and upon their shoulders."
(Compare BOM, 1 Nephi 22:6-8.)
"This 'marvelous work among the Gentiles' that we had hoped would be done by the Americans was supposed to be temporal as opposed to spiritual things.
"A good mother provides temporal security and the temporal things that a child needs: food, clothing, shelter, healthcare, and education. Instead of becoming a mother figure to the native American people (both of North and South America) and setting up a 'marvelous work' ... 'for the intent to do good,' the Americans transfigured our scripture and made our message spiritual, instead of temporal.
"By transfiguring our message, the Americans eventually established one of the wealthiest religions on Earth. Instead of using our new American scripture to 'nurse' the native American peoples, as any loving mother would, the Conservative Republican-based Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints supports political policies that secure the southern borders of the United States that repel 'our seed.'
"Instead of acting as a mother to the native American peoples, as well as to those whom we referred to in our storyline as the 'lost [ten] tribes' (marginalized and disenfranchised) ... 'the tired, the poor, the huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore,' Mormons put themselves up as the spiritual standard to the world."
I DARE ANY LDS/MORMON MEMBER, SCHOLAR, OR LEADER TO CHALLENGE THIS INFORMATION.
NOTE TO THE WORLD:
PLEASE do not listen to the members, missionaries, or leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints about the Book of Mormon. READ IT FOR YOURSELF, with a sincere heart and real intent, and you will find out what an incredibly beautiful and profound story about Jesus Christ it really is.
PLEASE DO NOT JUDGE this book by the actions and doctrine of the corrupt Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read the book yourself and you'll see the profound difference between the lesson of this beautiful book and the hypocrisy of the wealthiest private institution upon Earth!
—the Real Illuminati®