Racist Quotes From The Book Of Mormon (Part XLII)

Racist Quotes From The Book Of Mormon (Part XLII)

Salt Lake City : UT : USA | May 17, 2012 at 3:48 PM PDT
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"Therefore he had accomplished his design, for he had hardened the hearts of the Lamanites (people of color) and blinded their minds, and stirred them up to anger, insomuch that he had gathered together a numerous host to go to battle against the Nephites (Mormons)."

-- Alma 48:3 (KJV)

In this fictional war between the Lamanites and the Nephites, there were times in between battles in which they would not fight. However, they would end up fighting against each other when a person tells the entire Lamanite community lies.

This verse claims that people of color could be easily persuaded to do something that they do not want to do. This verse claims that brainwashing of people of color is rather easy to do. That's not true. If that was true, then the African-American community would not have objected to Pres. Obama's statement about same-sex marriage. Choose not to be deluded into believing the racial stereotypes that are implied throughout the Book of Mormon.

Unfortunately, former Gov. Mitt Romney is. He's so deluded that he once was a Mormon pastor. He really believes that he is going to be President because he believes that he can just say stuff in order to deceive Blacks, Latinos, Asians, and Native Americans. Prove to him on Election Day that Mormonism is for fools.

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