Mormons across the nation are hitching up their temple garments and setting their jaws tight for a fight over this year’s announcement of Tony Award nominates from New York’s homosexual Broadway theater community. “The Book of Mormon – the Musical”, described fondly in the press as a gentle exploratory palpitation over the body of the faith, is the golden tablet of Broadway shows and a hot ticket for tourists and native New Yorkers alike garnering 14 Tony Award nominations including Best Musical.
Many are citing the exclusion of the musical play from the Best Play category as dubious with the less popular and highly contentious “The Motherfucker with the Hat” by Stephen Adly Guirgis, a native of Meadow Mount, Missouri, being named a nominee. Doorbells will be ringing to disorientate this dark curse of Cain from endowment under the seal of a Broadway nomination.
As everyone knows, blacks will remove themselves with immoral behaviors and overt sexuality which effectively will sabotage hopes of gaining ordination as belles of the ball.
Criticisms for “Book of Mormon – the musical”
Unlike the Kings James Bible based entertainment and evangelical darling, ”The Passion of Christ”, the Book of Mormon is based in America and written by socialist Canadians that also make the potty mouthed, dirty cartoon “South Park”. How can these two Canadian gay men know anything about America or the mission of the modern LDS (Ladder Day Saints) Church? Have they climbed or pursued the faith’s elevated, principled teachings? No, of course not. To reward their work would be like paying Darwin to design the Creation Museum or saying that religious art will not be offered in the BYU bookstore, a ludicrous idea at best.
New Yorkers, particularly the gay beltway lights of Broadway, have always (since 1830) had it out for the Mormons, including the Church’s founder John Smith. Pundits have tried to re-write the history of the Church as beginning in 1830, when the book of Mormon (the book, not the musical) clearly reflects that the Church began 6,000 years ago. John Smith who discovered and promulgated the texts found in New York was targeted because of these historical revisionists who want to undermine the truth of the Church.
The Book of Mormon – the Musical Corals the White Horse of Justice for the White House
The play also is a vessel for patrons of this mockery to be instruments in the tyranny of the Constitution. Two of the Republican Tea Party front runners Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman are prepared to save the Constitution in accordance with the Prophecy of White Horses. According to Church doctrine, as a nation we would do well to recognize the role of a Mormon who will save the constitution from “utter destruction”. The promotion of the Broad-gay musical sets the gears in motion to rein in the white horse efforts prophesied by Brigham Young.
“When the Constitution of the United States hangs, as it were, upon a single thread, they will have to call for the ‘Mormon’ Elders to save it from utter destruction; and they will step forth and do it.” – Brigham Young, Mormon Elder
“I heard Barack Obama talk about the Constitution and I thought, we are at the point or we are very near the point where our Constitution is hanging by a thread.” – Glenn Beck, Mormon television personality
“Well, let me tell you something, I believe the Constitution is hanging by a thread.” – Orin Hatch, Mormon Politician
“It is said that Brother Joseph in his lifetime declared that the Elders of this Church should step forth at a particular time when the Constitution should be in danger, and rescue it, and save it.” —Orson Hyde, “Self-Government, etc.”, Journal of Discourses 6:152 (Jan. 3, 1858)
When the bright lights of Broadway can effectively shut down the US Government and see the gleeful destruction of one of its most revered documents, the light of Mormonism and Christianity are both dimmed. This play is an abomination to not only the freedom of religion, but poses a real threat to all faiths. When we allow one faith to fall to mockery, it is an attack on the evangelical movement- unless that ‘faith’ is Islam, and then it is appropriate to hold hearings and tribunals because Islam injects itself into government as Shiria Law.
What these two Canadian hucksters have done is draw into question the basis of faith for a very nice group of people and put our country at risk. But why should they care? As long as they can binge on caffeinated drinks and chocolate congress with each other in the government free zone of the north, they certainly feel entitled to invade our hollowed shores with this musical tribute to vanity, Canadian Islamic ideals and less than faithful missionary purpose.