FWT Homepage Translator

Friday, January 01, 2016



Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

"Health care in Canada has both good news and bad news.

The bad news is that abortions are free, but the good news is that there is a nine month waiting period."

As a convert in The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints, baptized in Nineteen Sixty-Seven when I was twenty-one years old, I've been struggling with my own feelings regarding this issue.

To see a larger version, please click on this photograph of 

At the moment, I don't recall having seen the Church's formally stated position on this issue, but I can pretty well guess what it is, for they never approve of violence or breaking the law.

Even though my chosen faith is The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints, that doesn't mean I necessarily agree with every statement or policy advocated or implemented by Church leaders at their headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah.

I do not agree with or support the Church's current policy and practice of aiding and abetting illegal immigration, which because of the horrendous damage done to our national economy, I consider to be treason against my United States of America.

I do not agree with or support the Church's current policy and practice of donating member's tithes to Islamic Relief, with its associated support of Islamic military operations directed against the United States of America and the State of Israel, and Islam's avowed goal of compelling conversion, death, or slavery for ALL adherents of all other faiths.

That is tantamount to giving aid and comfort to the enemy during time of war.

I do not agree with or support the Church's publicly stated endorsement of laws which bar discrimination against homosexuals in obtaining housing and/or employment.

This interferes with the inalienable rights of homeowners and business proprietors, managers, executives, and owners to decide how they will operate their establishment and/or with whom they wish to conduct trade.

Discrimination because of race, religion, ethnicity, and/or sexual perversion is neither a crime, nor a sin. 

I do not agree with or support the Church's prohibition or publicly stated disapproval and/or discouraging of members obtaining, owning, wearing, or carrying fully loaded firearms, whether in chapel, the temple, or on the campus of a Church college or university.

As has been tragically demonstrated time and again, Church property is NOT immune to episodes of criminal violence, and for the Church to be using its position of power or influence to compel others to be helpless, unarmed prey is satanic and immoral, and a direct violation of the commandment of our Lord and Savior, Jesus, the Christ, as stated in our scriptures.

In addition to having been born with the inalienable right to personal defense of our mortal lives, liberty, and private property, those of us who are ordained to the holy priesthood have a Christian duty to always be armed, in order that we may provide protection to our families and ready assistance to our neighbors.

I do not agree with or support the Church's contemporary use of "politically correct" language in its publications and statements, employing such popular, but erroneous terminology such as, "African American", "Native American", "Gay", and "Gender".

Such misuse of our English language is deliberately misleading, as it distorts our history, heritage, and culture, further alienates and polarizes competing racial and ethnic groups, and it also denies what is written in the scriptures.

I do not agree with or support the Church's sanctioning of miscegenation between negroes and other races.

Yes, there are a couple of instances of it recorded in our scriptures, where it apparently is approved of, while there are other recorded instances where it is harshly condemned.

It's a personal thing, something I feel deep inside, but cannot adequately explain with mere words.

Based on my own personal observations and experiences when residing in the District of Columbia, I am convinced that the option of racial segregation should be a factor to be considered when organizing wards or branches of The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints, and/or scheduling sessions within the temple.

In my opinion, it is wrong and immoral for either the government or The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints to wield their power and influence to FORCE people to racially integrate, over their objections.

Now, for the truly BIG issue, the reason I'm writing this:

After much thought, I am convinced that it IS correct for us to bomb abortion clinics and to assassinate, maim, or cripple abortion providers.

For the maximum effect, please be sure and watch this informative video recording in "FULL SCREEN" mode:


To see a larger version, please click on THIS CHART

Yes, I know I'm advocating breaking the law, and if anyone from my chosen faith, The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints, reads this, I will certainly be condemned, and possibly, even risk excommunication. 

But, I also contend that we, as a people, and as a nation, are bringing down the righteous wrath of Almighty God upon our heads, for we have legalized and enforced the continuing murder of millions of innocent babies, AND we've also legitimized and enforced the institutions of Sodom and Gomorrah, which habitually prey upon our naive youth.

Why do I find myself in such stark disagreement with The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints?

The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints is a humongous, global, computerized bureaucracy, requiring it to be staffed by an army of unquestioning, full time, paid, professional, career employees.

I'm guessing that the majority of those career employees, if not all of them, are products of the public school system, where they would have been thoroughly socially conditioned through the whimsical fashions of peer pressure, and also intellectually indoctrinated by the Marxist evils of "politically correct" government propaganda.

Also, despite years of ridicule and persecution, members of The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints are currently enjoying sudden popularity, financial wealth, and sophisticated comforts, AND, they are discovering that they LIKE their newfound status, and probably don't wish to jeopardize their newly acquired social and political popularity by saying or doing anything that might be deemed controversial.

Thus, over a long period of time, false teachings have crept into our Church, and it shows.

According to our scriptures, this is nothing new, for throughout history, the children of God have repeatedly fallen away, despite having been blessed with knowledge, scriptures, prophets, and even the personal presence of the Messiah.

Do we have the arrogance to think that we are somehow so superior to those who have gone before us, that we ourselves can never be deceived?

The scriptures indicate otherwise, so let us be on our guard, lest we also be very carefully led astray.

Despite my vehement disputes with what is currently emanating forth from the center stakes of Zion, I will not desert The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints, nor will I renounce my own personal testimony.

Instead, I will remember the example presented in JOHN 6:66-69, which states, 

"From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him.

Then said Jesus unto the twelve, Will ye also go away?

Then Simon Peter answered him, Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast the words of eternal life.

And we believe and are sure that thou art that Christ, the Son of the living God."

In a similar vein, I suspect the story of Lehi's dream, as recorded in the Eighth Chapter of I NEPHI in the BOOK OF MORMON, gives us appropriate guidance in such situations as we now find ourselves.

Okay, I'm nobody important, and I don't have all the answers, but these are MY own personal thoughts on this topic.

Even though the State and the Church denounce it, condemn it, and have outlawed it, I say, "YES!", if you can safely do it and get away with it, then by all means, go right ahead and blow up those abortion clinics and/or assassinate, maim, or cripple the abortion providers.

If we are to save this nation, and if we are to save our own souls, we MUST do it!

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee, Esquire
Ashley Valley Shadows
Vernal, Utah  84078


John Robert Mallernee said...

John Robert Mallernee said...

Is the reason we call it, "abortion", is because that word sounds more socially palatable than, "INFANTICIDE"?