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Mitt Romney the devout Mormon, may have lowered his standards to win this Presidental election. For decades The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) - The Mormons and its faithful church members have taken a strong, and very vocal unalterable stance against gambling in any form including lotteries, internet gambling, racetracks, and casinos. Sheldon Adelson (CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation and Venetian Macao Ltd.) son of a Ukranian Jewish immigrant (also financier of Romney's recent visit to Isreal), and his wife recently gave $10 million to the pro-Romney super PAC named Restore Our Future. Adelson the Las Vegas casino magnate has pledged to spend $100 million to defeat Obama. Adelson's very large contributions can easily make Romney a shoe in for the President of the United States. It will probably be after Romney officially wins the GOP nomination at the National Republican Convention in Tampa, Florida in August 2012 that the American public can expect this Super PAC money to be spent in massive negative campaign ads against Obama.
The whole election process is one big gamble or lottery, they both hope to win
Big Government - Big Church - Big Business: It is no small secret Utah Senator Orin Hatch and other LDS faithful lawmakers seem to have convinced the US Government that only LDS return missionaries are capable of reading, writing and speaking a foreign language. When it comes to job creation I certainly hope there will be employees other than faithful Latter Day Saints (LDS) - the Mormons, employed at the top security levels in the future Utah Data Center located in Bluffdale, Utah (state of the headquarters of the LDS church and host state of Romney's 2002 Winter Olympics). The Utah Data Center - the BIGGEST SPY CENTER IN THE COUNTRY - is being built for the National Security Agency (NSA). Once built, it will be more than five times the size of the US Capitol. The heavily fortified center should be up and running in September 2013. This Utah Data Center's purpose is to intercept, decipher, analyze, and store vast amounts of the world’s communications as they travels down from satellites and route through the underground and undersea cables of international, foreign, and domestic networks. Stored in near-bottomless databases will be all forms of communication, including Google searches, complete contents of private emails (no more speaking out about the Mitt Romney, LDS faithful lawmakers, church members, or Utah government), cell phone calls, as well as all sorts of personal data trails—parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digital "pocket litter". These newcomers will be secretly capturing, storing, and analyzing vast quantities of words and images hurtling through the world’s telecommunications networks. Everybody’s a target - everybody with communication is a target. It will be interesting to learn how Utah's future biggest spy center will affect an American citizens willingness to blog.
They don't scare me. I used to be LDS and I've spoken out about them and they haven't sent their goons after me...yet.I know how powerful they are but I didn't know any of what you said but it doesn't surprise me. People-even LDS members, don't know what their really like or they just choose to ignore it or not believe it. No matter what, they won't shut me up and pi** on their spy stuff. If they don't like what I say they can shove it where the sun don't shine.
I've been researching and ran across agenda 21. In the past I pretty much ignored what was happening first due to working two or three jobs, then cancer waylaid me and I was in and out of hospitals so now I'm trying to catch up. I just started learning about agenda 21 and it sounds like the anti christ! I'm going to continue learning about things and the more I read I feel the more I'm going to see that we may end up in complete control of the gov't with no say in our own lives. Am I right or am I wrong?
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