Black Pastors Call On Mitt Romney To Renounce his Faith's Racist History
Black Clergy and other concerned Christians ask Governor Mitt Romney to renounce his racist religionReverend O'Neal Dozier, the Senior Pastor of The Worldwide Christian Center Church in Pompano Beach, Florida, says he is concerned that "Mitt Romney's racist religion could be Obama's secret weapon for being reelected." He says President Obama will allow his surrogates to use Romney's racist religion to help him hold on to the White House for four more years.
On Monday, the Reverend, a group of concerned Clergy, and other Christians, plan to hold a Press Conference to publicly ask Mitt Romney to openly renounce what they say is his racist Mormon Religion.
The clergy say the purpose of their request is to foster and maintain good race relations in America.
In a press release, they say the Mormon religion is prejudiced against Blacks, Jews and the Native American Indians. They say these allegations are substantiated and validated by the writings of the former Prophets and Seers of the Mormon Church.
The Mormon Church says that the Book of Mormon is "the most correct book, even more correct than the Bible." The Book of Mormon in 2nd Nephi, Chapters 5:21-23 accuses God of cursing African people and causing them to have black skin in order for them not to be attractive to white people.
These verses also accuse God of causing the black African people to be disgusting and detestable to white people. Furthermore, these verses accuse God of being against inter-racial marriages between blacks and whites.
The Mormon Prophet, Brigham Young in the (Mormon) Journal of Discourses further degrades black African people by saying that they are uncultured, unattractive, unpleasant, low-life, wild and unintelligent. Prophet Brigham Young further states that "if the white man who belongs to the chosen seed mixes his blood with the seed of Cain (black person) the penalty under the Law of God is death on the spot."
According to Mormon Doctrine, they say, Native American Indians were also of the class of the cursed because their skin was also a darker color. Both Alma 3:6 and Mormon 5:15 of the Book of Mormon degrade the Lamanites, which are the Native American Indians in the same way they do black African people.
The Mormon Church is also prejudiced against the Jews. In the (Mormon) Journal of Discourses, the Mormon Prophet, Brigham Young railed against the Jews in a very hateful way when he said, "I would rather undertake to convert five thousand Lamanites (Native American Indians), than to convert one of those poor miserable creatures (Jews) whose fathers killed the Savior... yes, I would rather undertake to CONVERT THE DEVIL HIMSELF, if it were possible... I would say, leave them and come home, the Lord does not require you to stay there, for they must suffer and be damned... leave them to live and die in their sins and ignorance...they take pleasure in their wickedness... (Mormon Journal of Discourses).
Reverend O'Neal Dozier says the Mormon Church's practice that posthumously baptizes Non-Mormons by proxy, is "bizarre."
Helen Radkey, a former Mormon, says both Adolf Hitler and Ted Bundy were baptized in Utah in 1993 and 2008 respectively. Radkey says the Mormon Church tried to conceal Hitler's baptism. Helen Radkey claims that Mormon posthumous baptizm has extended to Holocaust victims, serial killers, 9/11 hijackers, Muslim terrorists, and others.
Reverend O'Neal Dozier believes that a Romney Presidential nomination for the Republican Party would widen the racial divide to a point of no return, by closely linking racism to the Republican Party. At election time, he expects President Obama's super pacs to "educate the American people about Romney's racist religion and he will probably lose to Obama."
Reverend Dozier was an advisor to President George W. Bush, Governor Jeb Bush and Governor Charlie Crist, and he served on their official campaign committees.
Rev. Dozier served two consecutive terms in the United States Army, played professional football in the NFL for the Chicago Bears in the 1974 football season, and served as Senior Pastor of The Worldwide Christian Center Church in Pompano Beach, Florida, for the past 26 years.
The press conference is to be held March 12, at 11:00 am, at The WorldWide Christian Center, 450 North Powerline Road, Pompano Beach, FL 33069, in the sanctuary. Contact Rev. O'Neal Dozier, (754) 366-3392 (cell) or (954) 978-2020
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