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Three Good Anti-Mormonism Websites

Posted by libhom Saturday, November 22, 2008

I. The Mormon Curtain
This is a well designed site by and for former Mormons. Here's a description of the site from its FAQ.

The primary purpose of the Mormon Curtain is to blog the Ex-Mormon world. This includes "recovery" boards, message boards, sites and more - and provide the very best posts and articles therein. This is to aid Ex-Mormons who are on the road to recovery, Mormons who are looking for more information on their own religion, and Non-Mormons who may be studying the Mormon Church on purpose of possible baptism. The secondary purpose of the Mormon Curtain is to expose to the world that Mormonism is a cult. It is hoped that the information and links contained here will help non-Mormons avoid the Cult of Mormonism. It is also hoped that current members of the LDS Church will find the answers that Mormon leaders have forbidden them from seeing. In addition, those recovering from Mormonism (known as Ex-Mormons) will find links and information necessary to aid in recovery.

II. Recovery from Mormonism
This site has a lot of information about Mormonism from the people who know best, former Mormons.

They also have a useful list of businesses owned by the Mormon Church.

III. Debunking Mormonism
American Atheists debunks a variety of religions. In this case, they are educating people about Mormonism.

 

7 comments

  1. Anonymous Says:
  2. Wow, for someone that is about wanting equality and not wanting people to hate...you put a lot of it out there yourself. Seems kind of stupid eh? You reap what you sow.

     
  3. libhom Says:
  4. The anonymous poster shows the incredibly bad logic of so many religious extremists. Publicizing ex Mormons who want to speak out against the cult they used to belong to is not an effort to "put a lot of (hate) out there." If I really was so hateful of Mormons, I wouldn't bother to publicize it.

     
  5. Anonymous Says:
  6. That's the stupidest comeback I've ever heard. So you're saying that Al Qaeda attacked on 9/11 was because they didn't hate us? Yeah...like I said...pretty stupid! You seem to have ZERO logic

     
  7. Anonymous Says:
  8. So is being anti-mormon worse or better than being anti-gay?

     
  9. Jimmy Says:
  10. Anonymous, the Church of LDS decided to insert itself into this issue and urged its members to support it financially. Now, they're crapping their magic underpants because they are reaping the whirlwind....even from those within the cult who see it for what it is. If you want to play politics, be prepared to get dirty 'cause it's a dirty buisness.

     
  11. libhom Says:
  12. anonymous (2): You really should take a class in logic. Your argument is so incoherent there is no way to even respond to it.

    anonymous (3): Being against the Mormon church is being against a hate group. It is like being against the KKK or the Nazis. Being anti-Mormon is a good thing.

    Jimmy: I'm still laughing about the "crapping their magic underpants" metaphor. That rocks.

     
  13. Anonymous Says:
  14. Domestic Partnership Organizations call for boycott of Mormon-owned
    companies because of LDS Church opposition to same-sex marriage referendum in Washington State

    AgriNorthwest to be targeted first

    Seattle, Washington - Several domestic partnership and gay rights
    organizations are kicking off a boycott campaign of major Mormon/LDS owned companies in Washington State as a result of behind-the-scenes opposition
    of Referendum 71 by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS). The organizations include the GLBT Coalition for Same Sex Marriages, Gay Equality Action Alliance, Domestic Partnership Education Council, Gay Marriage Freedom Federation, Coalition for Fair Domestic Partnership Laws,
    Washington Citizens Against Civil Union Discrimination, Marriage Equality Washington, and the Alliance for Gay Wedding Fairness.

    In particular, the domestic partnership advocacy groups are upset about a Mormon backed television advertisement that has been airing in Washington
    State opposing Ref. 71 (http://protectmarriagewa.com/index.php/video).
    Referendum 71 is a ballot referendum that asks Washington State voters to re-confirm the expansion of domestic partnership rights and obligations in
    Washington's domestic partnership legislation (SB 5688), which was signed by Governor Christine Gregoire on May 18, 2009.

    In the above referenced TV advertisement opposing Ref. 71, the
    introductory picture of Adam and Eve is a painting by Lowell Bruce
    Bennett, and is the intellectual property of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The second painting in the video, the Sermon on the Mount, was painted by Carl Heinrich Bloch, which the LDS Church frequently uses in their publications. Because the LDS/Mormon Church is vociferous
    about protecting its intellectual property, the photos in the advertisement have been used by permission of the LDS Church.

    As a result of LDS Church opposition to Ref. 71, the above mentioned domestic partnership rights organizations announced that AgriNorthwest, a large LDS owned farming and food production company headquartered in
    Kennewick, Washington, is the first target on their boycott list.

    "We decided to target 10 large LDS/Mormon church owned companies in Washington State. As AgriNorthwest was the first one on our alphabetical list, we are targeting them first. More importantly, AgriNorthwest sells
    its potatoes, corn, apples and other crops to large restaurant and retail chains, so we feel we can get a lot of widespread support for the boycott," stated Mike Davis of the GLBT Coalition for Same Sex Marriages.

    "Because companies such as McDonalds, Burger King, Wal-Mart, Safeway, Kroger, Wendy's, Arby's, ConAgra Foods, Sysco, etc. buy products from AgriNorthwest, we will demand that these companies quit doing business with
    AgriNorthwest." explained David Wilson of the Gay Equality Action
    Alliance.

    AgriNorthwest has had some past problems with workplace discrimination issues. For example, in "Nielson v. AgriNorthwest", the company would not allow a male employee who was dating a non-Mormon to attend the company picnic because the employee and his girlfriend were not married. AgriNorthwest reprimanded the employee for unacceptable performance and
    then demoted the employee shortly thereafter after he became engaged to the girlfriend. AgriNorthwest also gave the employee another written warning for poor performance shortly after marrying his girlfriend. Because of the ongoing retaliation and discrimination by AgriNorthwest, the employee quit. The Court of Appeals rules ruled in "Nielson v. AgriNorthwest", that AgriNorthwest's motive for taking action against the employee was
    discriminatory.

    For more information about the boycott against LDS owned companies such as AgriNorthwest, please call 1-888-843-4564.

    ################

     

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