Friday, November 03, 2006

Gordon B. Hinckley, Jesus Christ, Joseph Smith And....Jesus Smith? LOL! Considering That Joseph Smith Said He Was Greater Than Jesus, It Makes Sense!!

I just thought we could all use some good comedy relief...well at least us fellow ex-Mormons, as I'm sure most TBMS won't find this funny in the slightest.


Not much to say really, as the video clip and words of the Mormon Prophet of fraud, Gordon B. Hinckley, are pretty self-explanatory, wouldn't you say? I have a lot to put on my blog in the next few days, including many more videos and I'll try to mix some more great humor in there.

Paul Maughan, who created the "Hinckley trashing missionaries video", has made a whole bunch of new videos, that make me laugh my ass off; yet they are powerful and make great points in the process, using their own words.

Thanks Paul for all the work you do on these videos, to help share the truth of the Mormon fraud through humor.

Please leave your comments,

Samuel the Utahnite

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19 Comments:

At Friday, November 03, 2006 12:13:00 PM, Blogger Matt said...

Brave stuff! I'm sure the Mormon Church is not alone in misleading its followers, whether deliberately or in ignorance. It will also not be alone in having within its membership cynical manipulators alongside people of genuine faith and goodwill.
No doubt you will continue to receive angry responses - but you are entitled to express your views. Vitriolic reactions show that you have struck a nerve.

 
At Friday, November 03, 2006 3:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And you've never mis-spoke?Gimme a break,better to have never seen the light,than seen it and deny it...

 
At Friday, November 03, 2006 3:19:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're a very poor man, Samuel.
I saw your blog from France, and I am horrified with your conclusion about only human errors.
Please note that I have been in the exact situation than yours. I have even been a Bishop councellor, made a mission, was married in the Temple, and went out after 30 years.
The only reason is because I was some upsetted with the Lord !
We didn't continue to talk to each other, because I probably don't understand everything he is telling me.
But wonder! How could I have been able to goaway from his face, if I dind'nt meet him. Remember that we come to the knowledge and the reality of his existence only through a personnal testimony.
Unfortunatly for you, I do not have lost mine, even if I have demanded to be scratched from the list of members. Maybe the trial will be now between him and me.
But if you forgett YOUR tetimony, you must now be a "poor man"

oisac@orange.fr

 
At Friday, November 03, 2006 6:53:00 PM, Anonymous Cernovog said...

Hey "anonymous" I think you're taking this a bit too seriously. It's just a particularly funny slip of the tongue.

Get a chuckle out of it or shrug it off. Either way, it shouldn't be a big deal.

Thanks Paul and Samuel for sharing. I got a bit of a chuckle out of it.

 
At Saturday, November 04, 2006 9:06:00 PM, Anonymous ray said...

That's good. Out of all the slips he could have made... Jesus Smith. That's great!

Anon, of course we have all mis- spoken from time to time. It's not like this little clip is a testimony breaker. Besides, isn't Hinckley regarded as the profit with a sense of humor? So just laugh and get over it.

By the way, have you seen the light? What exactly does that mean? Did Jesus visit you personally? God? Just asking because if I remember correctly, even Hinckley admits that he has never seen God.

oisac@orange.fr,
Your comment totally confused me. You still have a strong booming testimony but you have still requested your name to be removed? That is totally screwed up, man. Remember, when you have your name removed, your baptism, priesthood, endowments are all nullified. Basically that means you're screwed. Sorry, but your testimony isn't going to save you, no matter how much you still believe. You say "poor Samuel"? At least Samuel doesn't have a double standard about what he believes! Sheesh.

 
At Sunday, November 05, 2006 9:02:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

FUCK Mormonism. FUCK the cult.

So many lives ruined. So many families torn apart (mine included).

 
At Monday, November 06, 2006 9:02:00 AM, Anonymous CW said...

Heh! "Jesus Smith," nice stuff. XD

 
At Tuesday, November 07, 2006 3:24:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Ray,
This is Oisac again.

I understand your confusion, but I left. the Lord did not throw me away!
How can I not keep my testimony, even though I am not a member anymore!

Don't be confused yourself, Samuel is saying: "this is not the truth", but I know were is the truth,my testimony is not a dream !
satan tried to say some bad things were good.
Only your conscience can help you
Do not laf too much i'm serious !

regards
oisac

 
At Tuesday, November 07, 2006 3:59:00 PM, Anonymous Cernovog said...

Well, I guess he told you, Ray.

 
At Thursday, November 09, 2006 11:32:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got a kick out of this clip. His slipp up is rather funny. We all make them--but you have to admit this is a really funny one. jesus Smith? Well, in a way that is how the Mormons look at old Joe. They do revere him --which actually looks a bit more like adore him when you see their BYU Xmas display or listen to them sign Praise to the Man.

Anyway, great clip Samuel. I loved it!
Bonnie
PS: You got any podcasts coming out soon???

 
At Friday, November 10, 2006 8:16:00 AM, Anonymous Daniel Boon said...

Hey Samuel,
some time ago, you said you wanted to do a podcast or a blog entry on your current beliefs. That would be an interesting point for most of your readers/listeners, I suppose.

Some time ago, I enjoyed John Dehlins triple-podcast on his beliefs very much. Unfortunately, he has deleted them (political correctness?)

Anyway, I suppose most of us would like you to tell us your "story" and where you stand now.

Daniel

 
At Monday, November 13, 2006 11:55:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Samuel, I've been away overseas for awhile.

When I got back I was talking to someone about the church and the mentioned that it was the "Church of Joseph Smith". That one phrase reverberated with me to the middle of my bones!! Of course! This was never about a mythical Jesus Christ, it was and will forever be about the murdering, lying, theiving, molesting Joseph Smith! It always has been and shame on you if you don't love him as much as TBM's do.

Thanks Samuel. Hope to hear a podcast soon.

Lori

www.steppinupmusic.com

 
At Sunday, November 19, 2006 4:44:00 AM, Blogger FrenchExpat said...

Hi Samuel, I just found your blog thanks to the link you put on YouTube!

You crack me up! You are so sharp and so spot on!

There are many blogs out there that just trash the LDS Church. You are doing it in a very intelligent way with very accurate information. Man, you know your stuff more than Hinckley -but that's not hard!

This blog is great! I sure will come back for more!

Keep on spreading the truth about that organization, here and on YouTube! YOU ROCK and I do salute you!

This is my testimony in the name of Jesus Smith, Amen

 
At Sunday, November 19, 2006 2:52:00 PM, Anonymous Chuck Smith said...

Hey,
I was just reading some posts on Eric Hoffman's fun-blog.
Currently, he is debating with an ex calvary-chapel member about the Calvary doctrine of Mose's Authoritarianism.

Guess what he replied when being asked.
Let's put it in the words of our beloved prophet, Gordon B. Hinckley:
"I don't know that we teach it, I don't know that we emphasize it."

I had a good laugh reading that.
It's funny how cults are alike to each other, be it the Mor(m)ons, the Calvary Chaplains, the Jehova's Witnesses, the Scientologists, the Moonies, whoever.

Anyway, let's enjoy a world which is full of dumb****s.
In the name of Cheese and Rice (Condoleza),
Amen.

P.S.: When I read Elton John's pledge to forbid all religions, I had long to think if he wasn't right.
After all, most religions DO create intolerance and hatered.
But after all, there are some religions which don't.
Have you ever heard of Crusades performed by Buddhists?
So maybe there is hope for a peaceful world with religions.
Take care.

 
At Monday, November 20, 2006 4:12:00 PM, Blogger Samuel the Utahnite said...

Hey Chuck,

Thanks for dropping by!! Any predictions on the end of the world lately and when Jesus is coming back to his planet? LMAO!!

Oh, that's right, you never did make those predictions, even though they were printed in YOUR books and you made another prediction on a radio show. Wow, sounds like Mormonism dressed up as Calvary Chapel, doesn't it?

Well, at least you have the "one and only truth" and can laugh at us, as we are dropped into the flames of Eternal hell.

Damn, if only we had followed the "one and only true Calvary Chapel church", that has like 150,000 members tops, in the whole wide world, EVER. LOL!!

Seriously though, I haven't dropped by that place you mentioned for quite some time. Knowing that the individual personally condemns me, my loved ones and friends, I don't have much time for such condemning scumbags.

My tolerance level right now, for these radical, nutjob Evangelicals, who condemn the whole world, is ZERO. They are all as dumb as a box of rocks!!

I tried one day last week though, to see if he'd said anything interesting, and it wasn't even working. I thought maybe he'd shut it down, due to lack of participation.

I'm sure the place is just booming with new and old followers of Eric, that want to condemn the world to hell...NOT!!

It is funny though, that when it comes down to it, all of these cults have the same basic characteristics, isn't it?

Yeah, I heard what Elton John said too and I too had to think long and hard about it as well. I still believe that people should have the freedom to believe whatever they want, even if that includes hate and intolerance.

Now, when that hate and intolerance leads to acts of violence, that's a completely different story. How many people have died and been killed in the name of God or Jesus?

The numbers are really staggering and those that committed the murders of innocents, felt that their God, was on their side and they were just obeying God.

Wow, kind of sounds like Moses, doesn't it, right after God commanded him "thou shalt not kill?" That must have been one pissed off God and Moses was a true-Believer. Glad that God isn't around today...thank God!! Then again, for some people, that are insane, he is around, still telling them to kill innocent people everyday.

It was just like the Lafferty Brothers!! Notice that one of their inspirations was the story of Nephi cutting off the head of Laban as they also heard the voice of God, telling them to kill for him.

According to the God of the Bible and Book of Mormon, why not? If he did it then and never changes, why wouldn't he do it now? Moses, Nephi and the Laffertys, all claimed that they killed with the authority of God. If Moses or Nephi were alive today, they'd be facing the death penalty, depending on how good their lawyers were.

So, as you can see, for some people, that murder innocents for their God, Elton John is right on the money and they would be better off without a pissed off, homicidal God calling the shots.

Just remember, if any of you see a bush burning, on the side of the road, or in a field, it just might be God trying to talk to you...LOL!! It's also a good thing that everyone doesn't obey the mysterious voices in their head, isn't it?

Oh yeah, and I AM THAT I AM is his name or in other words, THE GREAT I AM. So, just look into the burning bush you find and ask, "is that you I AM?" Let us know if he responds. IF he tells you to kill someone, because they are getting in the way of his work; please disobey him, unlike Moses, okay? Then, go get some serious professional help or have yourself committed!!

Anyone ever wonder what Moses was smoking? He may have more in common with Joe Smith that we thought. Anyone know if they smoked peyote back in Moses' day? I guess I'd better research that one.

Take care everyone,

Samuel

 
At Tuesday, November 21, 2006 2:51:00 PM, Anonymous Chuck (Moses) Smith said...

Hey Samuel,
about my prophesies:
I will keep the same strategy as the Jehova's witnesses.
Actually, Jesus DID come back to the world at the date I predicted, but he was invisible to you disbelievers, so you didn't see him.
But me and my bud Joe McCormick speak to him regularly, and consequently we know it all and reign over our congregations like Mose did in the days of old.

Yeah, Eric's page is not really worth a visit, as he copies most of his content from your site anyway (e.g. the issue about Mitt Romney). As his response on his website shows, he reads your blog hourly, as he soon responded on his blog, accusing the original author (the ex-calvary guy) to be me, Chuck Smith. Why should I as the chief of Calvary Chapel leave my own church?

As most of Eric's readers are either calvary chapel pastors or other radical evangelicals anyway, he will probably have much effect anyway.
As far as I see, he so far converted no one, neither a Mormon, nor other guys like the funny Buddhist or others who were kicked after asking troubling questions to "I-know-it-all" Eric and his buddy Joe Mc Cormick.

By the way, did you recognize that when you combine the name
"Joe McCormick" and "Chuck Smith", you get "Joe Smith" !
If that ain't a coincidence.

So watch out for Jesus (the invisible one!)
Hmm, actually, your remarks about "God speaking" actually being psychological problems made me think hard.
If I see Eric Hoffman, I would agree that there is a fine line between religious faith and paranoid mental problems.
Maybe there is no difference at all.

Anyway, praise God many people believe this crap and pay my bills.
Yours,
Chuck ("Moses") Smith.

 
At Sunday, December 03, 2006 11:43:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Samuel,
Are you OK? I have been looking for any new podcasts. Are you going to have any more coming out? Hope you are OK!
BOnnie

 
At Tuesday, December 19, 2006 1:34:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Samuel,

You and I have both been away for a wee while I see.

I hope your Holidays are joyous for you and that all is well.

I look forward to your future comments, blogs, and podcasts.

Lori

 
At Thursday, January 22, 2009 12:53:00 PM, Blogger Greg said...

I see the mormon church as a front for organized crime.

 

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