gus o. kahan 
Member since Dec 9, 2009



  • No friends yet.
Become My Friend Find friends »

Links to Me

Recent Comments

Re: “Latterday Taint

Adam Reilly you put together a great article, scattered, but that's the nature of the BEASTs;
parasitic aggregation is the norm for the collective subjective.

If you Please I submit the Juvenile instructor Glenn Beck
Latter day taint in the religion making business
Beck Branding Mormonism, taint of a latter-day-saint
I was looking on google images for Juvenile Instructor Glenn Beck and found you, Boise Weekly on Glenn Beck -- latter day taint. Branding Mormonism google image is a great search; Mormon Symbology too.

Adam Reilly you put together a great article, scattered, but that's the nature of the BEASTs.

As part of The Mormon Good, I will point out that Mormons want it both ways. They praise the founding fathers and Constitution while having sworn a blood oath of vengeance upon the United States.

Bigham Youngs's Oath of Vengence:
"You and each of you do covenant and promise that you will pray and never cease to pray to Almighty God to avenge the blood of the prophets upon this nation, and that you will teach the same to your children and to your children's children unto the third and fourth generation."
The oath remained a part of the temple rituals until February 15, 1927.

Reconciling this love-hate for free speech is problematic as the mormons love to exercise their freedoms while wishing to deny the rights of others; witness the California debacle on prop. #8. It must be remembered Joseph Smith was hastened to his end by suppression of free speech (trashing a newspaper); he was guilty of profligate religious promiscuity. I believe Glenn Beck is following in the footsteps of many other Mormon Propheteers.

Interesting: Mormon hatred of communism seems ironical as the Mormon glue (the bonding agent) is socialist, an idealized communitarian theocracy is socialist tipping toward fascism. I don’t believe our founding fathers engaged in promoting theocracies; seems they were convinced that God made everything, heaven and earth, got bored and left, he's not been seen since, i.e., they were deists. And a Deist is not a Theist and that's just the way it is.
Glenn Beck is represented as “The Mormon Fox”:
How can Mormons openly discuss ideas when there are "people" (the Mormon Priesthood) between them and all ideas? We are all learning to let go of Joe. Gosh, had Joe Smith lived up to his promises, Mormons would out-shout Islam and Hinduism with a population of billions of "True Believers."
Now, Glenn Beck's recovery from alcohol was traded for another dis-ease, George Bush is another that comes to mind; had they both remained drunken louts, would the world have been a better place? That question is easily answered by looking to the disarray we now enjoy while Robert Millet bangs on the Great Mormon Organ suing for peace with the Evangelicals in the Religion Making Business.

We Americans give these folks tax exemption to practice the Magic of Mormonism while Joseph Smith is out there overpopulating distant planets shagging all his spirit ladies and making lots more babies.
When speaking of ideas: Ideas spring from somewhere but for Mormons, "When the prophet has spoken the thinking has been done." That is Some Idea.
Glenn Beck is a timely topic when conflating Mormonism with the general disbursal of misinformation floated by social conservatives –– a Mormon Axiom –– "some things that are true are not very useful."
Glenn Beck subscribes to a less convoluted logic, "Some things that are useful are not very true."…

As the Mormons say, "Oh God hear the words of my mouth," yes, hear the words of your mouth.
"Oh God I have been bamboozled by the words of my mouth."
Oh, Glenn Beck hear the words of your mouth and reconcile your duplicity before waxing on what America is.


Posted by gus o. kahan on 12/09/2009 at 10:53 PM

Favorite Places

  • None.
Find places »

Saved Events

  • Nada.
Find events »

Saved Stories

  • Nope.
Find stories »

Custom Lists

  • Zip.

© 2018 Boise Weekly

Website powered by Foundation