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29 - The Godmakers and Bo Gritz

29 - The Godmakers and Bo Gritz



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William Cooper's Mystery Babylon: Part 29
The Godmakers and Bo Gritz (aired October 13th, 1993)audio link: (http://www.remnantradio.org/Archives/articles/William%20Cooper/Mystery%20Babylon/audio/mystery%20babylon%2029.mp3)Transcribed by wakingup72 @ http://www.waronyou.com/forums**FINAL TRANSCRIPTION**=============================================Good evening, I'm William Cooper, and you're listening to the Hour of the Time.(opening music: [i]Also sprach Zarathustra[/i] (theme song of [i]2001: A Space Odyssey[/i]) by Richard Strauss)Ladies and gentlemen, Lt. Colonel James "Bo" Gritz:(audio clip of Lt. Col. Gritz): "We're gonna have perfect government, but (applause) perfect government is coming soon, and I'm looking forward to it."What you have just heard, ladies and gentlemen, is the age-old dream of MysteryBabylon, the Secret Societies, Freemasonry, the Knights Templar, the Knights ofMalta, the Ancient Order of the Rose and Cross. The age-old dream of a perfect government, permanent Utopia upon this Earth. What is Lt. Colonel James "Bo" Gritz talking about, this 32nd degree Freemason of the Scottish Rite and member of the branch of Mystery Babylon known as the Mormon Church? What is he talking about? Ladies and gentlemen, that's the subject of tonight's broadcast. It is knownas the Secret Kingdom.[reading from [i]The Godmakers[/i], written by Ed Decker and Dave Hunt]:(start of quote)=====================================================Investigative reporter Jeffrey Kaye concluded, "The Mormon Church, this AmericanZion, wields more economic power more effectively than the state of Israel or the Pope in Rome." Actually, [dear listeners,] the word [i]church[/i] is misleading when applied to Mormondom, for the power structure controlling its staggeringresources is organized for the kind of absolute authoritarianism that one usually associates with a cult and not with a responsible church. Nor are the ultimate goals of The Brethren compatible with the normal aims of Christian leaders.[William Cooper: In fact, in no way, shape or form can the Mormon church be called, "Christian."]They are essentially the same as those of cults in general and especially thoseof secret revolutionary groups working toward a takeover of the world. As one former teacher of Brigham Young University has said: "The Mormons do intend to take over the world...There is no secret about that -- it's in the writings of Jose
ph Smith right on down. The Constitution of the United States will 'hang by a thread' and the church will save it by establishing a theocracy."Any who think the Mormon kingdom is a democracy are under a delusion. In fact itis a dictatorship ruled by its inner elite circle[, a council of elders]. As the front page of [i]The Wall Street Journal[/i] recently said, "Today, from their28th story marble-and-glass Church headquarters building in Salt Lake City, Mormon Church leaders oversee a vast and growing world-wide financial empire." Fromthese offices, their dictatorial control reaches out to every Church level andinto every facet of Mormon life. Whatever "vote" there seems to be at the Ward,Stake, and individual levels is part of a cleverly contrived illusion that continues to deceive millions of Mormons into imagining that they actually have somesay in Church affairs. Although they do have the "freedom" to disagree with their leaders, to do so means excommunication and damnation. Excommunicated for openly disagreeing with The Brethren's position on ERA, Sonia Johnson has said [this]: "The Mormon church has become more powerful than we dare believe. It's downright terrifying, especially when you see how rich and influential it is...I really think if we could ever get an investigation, it would uncover something so like Watergate, it would blow everything wide open."Totalitarian, Theocratic Communism [seems to be the goal.] Saints Alive was [recently] involved in some litigation arising out a physical attack upon one of itsmissionaries by an LDS [or Latter-day Saints] tour guide on the street just outside Salt Lake City's Temple Square. In an interrogatory exchange, the surprising response by the Mormon church revealed that it was an unincorporated association [i]without assets[/i]! [William Cooper: Let me repeat that...[i]without assets[/i]!] All wealth and power is owned and controlled by the closely held [i]Corporation of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Inc.[/i]. [You see, folks,] church members who have faithfully and sacrificially contributed their tithes, time, and energy are [absolutely] powerless to demand anaccounting or to change a single action by the First Presidency, even if all [5.2] million of them stood up in unison and "voted" unanimously for it.The startling fact[, folks,] is that Mormon Church members have no vote or participation of any kind in the corporate entity that controls Mormondom. They can sincerely perform their functions as Bishops, Elders, High Priests and Sunday school superintendents all they wish, but in the real world[, the real world] of legal ownership and raw power they are only [5.2 million] pawns[. Pawns, fools ifyou will,] subject to manipulation from the top. All of this is part of a secretkingdom that Jeffrey Kaye has called the "Invisible Empire" and about which most Mormons have only the vaguest notions[, if they have any notions at all]. Thistheocracy was alluded to by late Apostle Bruce R. McConkie: "Through this church and kingdom a framework has been built through which the full government of God will eventually operate."That "full government of God" involves what is known as the "United Order." "Revelations" that came through Joseph Smith described it as a theocratic communistic society. All property and income was to be given over to the control of the Church and then distributed to everyone according to his need as The Brethren findit, so that "the poor shall be exalted, in that the rich are made low." Those who transgressed were to be put out of the Church, in which case the property they had given into the treasury would not be returned to them.Serious problems prevented full implementation of the "United Order." [You see,until now,] it never really worked. However, the Mormon Church still looks forward to the day when these "revelations" of God through the "Prophet" will be fulfilled and Mormon theocratic communism firmly established worldwide. [And] that can only happen when the Church has taken full political power. When that time comes, woe to all who transgress the "laws" of the Mormon gospel. Excommunicationwith loss of earthly property will be supplemented[, ladies and gentlemen,] with
the death penalty.[William Cooper: The United Order is, in reality, the total makeup of the full body of the Illuminati. All of the different organizations will come together torule the world. There is a doctrine, an ancient pagan doctrine of blood atonement connected to the Mormon church.][And] since the early days of the church, it has always been Mormon doctrine that "...under certain circumstances, there are some serious sins for which the cleansing of Christ does not operate, and the law of God is that men must then havetheir own blood shed to atone for their sins." It is generally thought that these "serious sins" are in the category of murder and adultery. However, this is not clearly defined in Mormonism. Brigham Young[, a 33rd degree Freemason,] saidthat "any man or woman, who violates the covenants made with their God will be required to pay the debt. The blood of Christ will never wipe that out, your ownblood must atone for it." In the same general vein, President J.M. Grant declared: "...If they are covenant breakers we need a place designated where we can shed their blood."[William Cooper: You see, folks, my prophecy on the Hour of the Time that humansacrifice would return to the world will be fulfilled unless we are smart enoughto stop it.]Besides murder and adultery, blood atonement was also advocated for stealing andtaking the name of the Lord in vain. Likewise, the penalty for marrying an African "under the Law of God is death on the spot. This will also be so."[William Cooper: The Mormon church is now, and has always been, a white Aryan racist organization, and until recently when threatened with lawsuits, they neverallowed any other race then white Caucasians to belong. That's right, folks, andif you are a black American who belongs to the Mormon church, you have really been fooled. All of the secret organizations of Mystery Babylon are racist organizations.](The 1978 decision opening the priesthood to blacks didn't change that law.) Blood atonement was also required for lying or "damning old Joe Smith or his religion..."[William Cooper: I guess that tells you what's going to happen to me. But what about other liars, like Bobo [sic] Gritz? Does it apply to him, or is he excusedif he is working in the furtherance of the Great Work or the Great Plan?]That most serious of all crimes, apostasy, bears the death penalty, and those who kill an apostate are saving his soul. This is a real concern of ex-Mormons. Many have received death threats and some have even been shot at [recently]. Brigham Young was very firm on this subject, as the following excerpt from one of hissermons as reported in [i]Journal of Discourses[/i] indicates: "I say, rather than that apostates should flourish here, I will unsheath my Bowie knife and conquer or die. (Great commotion erupted in the congregation, and a simultaneous burst of feeling, assenting to the declaration.)" [And he continues:] "Now, you nasty apostates, clear out, or judgment will be put to the line, and righteousnessto the plummet. [And you could hear] voices, generally [saying], 'go it, go it.'" [And he continues:] "If you say it is right, raise your hands." [All hands inthe congregation were raised. Then he continues:] "Let us call upon the Lord toassist us in this, and every good work."[You see, folks, the] doctrine of "blood atonement" was practiced in Utah priorto statehood, until the Mormon leadership realized that they must obey federal laws or have them enforced by the United States Army.

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