Friday, April 6, 2012

Why MUST Romney Always Lie? Mormons Are Trained In Deceptive Tactics

Lying To The Lord - Multimedia Section: Mormon

[Robert] Millet speaks about how to handle the tough anti-Mormon questions missionaries may face while on their missions or afterward.

"We never provide meat when milk will do."

"We seek to answer any serious question by finding the most direct route to the Sacred Grove."
From the Multimedia Section:  Mormon: 

"Don't answer the question they ask, answer the question they should have asked."

This quote is from a video:

Now what is interesting is the introduction of the mormonwiki article which for ease of reading I'll include the link but paste several paragraphs:

The mormonwiki article Lying For The Lord:

"What a thing it is for a man to be accused of committing adultery, and having seven wives, when I can only find one. I am the same man, and as innocent as I was fourteen years ago; and I can prove them all perjurers. I labored with these apostates myself until I was out of all manner of patience." - Joseph Smith [1]  "Address of the Prophet—His Testimony Against the Dissenters at Nauvoo", delivered Sunday, May 26, 1844. Printed in History of the Church, Vol. 6, p. 408-412. Available at The quote is significant when one considers that Smith secretly had thirty wives at the time of the address (cf. a partial listing with dates at

One of the biggest lies, and the Mormon Missionaries will insist, if forced, that Joseph Smith, Jr. only had one wife:  EMMA.  But he had over thirty something wives, some extremely young, others older.

When confronted with the truth, and a forced to deal with the issue, Mormons will bring up that many women "sealed" themselves (married) Joseph Smith after he died. However, many documents exist that detail the names, age, and "wedding" dates of the multiple wives of Joseph Smith.

Why do Mormons portray polygamy as originating with Brigham Young?  Easier to lie that way.
 "Even sharing the truth can have the effect of lying when we tell only half-truths that do not give the full picture. We can also be guilty of bearing false witness and lying if we say nothing, particularly if we allow another to reach a wrong conclusion while we hold back information that would have led to a more accurate perception. In this case it is as though an actual lie were uttered." - Robert J. Matthews[3]  Robert J. Matthews, Ensign, October 1994, p. 54
A perfect example of having "the paperwork in order."  On paper Mormons are downright honest people.  Action though speak louder than words.  Mr. Matthews was just putting the "company line" out there on the record for future use.  The White House in Intelligence Operations coined the term:  Plausible Deniability.  The Mormons are very adapted to using Plausible Deniability.
"In matters of honesty, there are no shortcuts; no little white lies, or big black lies, only the simple, honest truth spoken in total candor... Being true is different than being honest.” - Gordon B. Hinckley[4]  Gordon B. Hinckley in “13th Article, simple yet powerful,” Church News, September 22, 2007, p.3
"Being TRUE is different than being honest."  What a strange use of words.  Being True:  Being a committed and faithful Mormon, with no doubts.  So the 'prophet' says it is OK to be TRUE, in fact Mormons strive to be TRUE; and doing so means you won't necessarily be honest to 'outsiders.'

Watch the Presidential Primary Debates carefully again, and you will see the training of Robert Millet being used:  "Don't answer the question they ask, answer the question they should have asked."

Even on live interviews, Mitt, when confronted with a troubling question, whether it be on politics, economy, defense, or Mormonism, changes the question in him mind and answers HIS question instead.  ANSWER THE QUESTION THEY SHOULD HAVE ASKED.

Robert Millet continues his training in how and why Mormons lie:

 We really aren’t obligated to answer everyone’s questions."

He goes on to say, "We never provide meat when milk will do", and,

This milk/meat lie is what caused me to have doubts of Mormonism within the first two years.  I received a call from the Mom and she was confronted at work about Mormons believig that they can become GODs.  She was so upset and worried that she called from work immediately.

I never heard that concept, and I told my Mom that the person was mistaken.  But my curiosity led me to begin to investigate if Mormons believe that they become GODS.

The internet provided fast answers, loaded with references to current Mormon scriptures and literature.  Sure enough, I opened up DC 132, and Gospel Essentials Exaltation Chapter - and BINGO Mormons believe the become GODS.

First lie.

The second lie was when I asked a Counselor to the Bishop, and he referred me to the King Follot Discourse, that a friend of Joseph Smith died, and Joe was giving the Eulogy and calmed the widow down by saying he would now become a GOD, that he transitioned after death, all Mormons will.

But this was just a "calm the widow" down talk - not a revelation.  That is the Mormon defense, and never in Sunday School is the topic discussed, although it is in black and white.

"We seek to answer any serious question by finding the most direct route to the Sacred Grove."

The most direct route to the Sacred Grove, which translates into accepting a date for baptism into the Mormon religion.

So Mormons will never answer the embarrassing questions.  In fact, Mormons love to refer certain individuals to their websites - as if an official Mormon website is any more honest than it's own living Missionaries and cult leaders.

Take time to read the entire Lying For The Lord article. 

It reveals why Mitt Romney must constantly lie.  Just like as a Missionary, say whatever it takes to place a Book of Mormon in the homes.  Now, say whatever a group of voters needs to hear to steal their votes.

Mormon Morality = The End Justifies The Means

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