Skip to comments.Revealed: Mormons Baptized 9/11 Hijacker, made several attempts to Baptize Mohammed
Posted on 03/06/2012 4:59:47 AM PST by Ben Barrack
Helen Radkey is a very important person to the mainstream media. To this point, both MSNBC and CNN have used her expertise to dip their toes in the water about how best to attack Mitt Romney over the issue of his religion (if he becomes the nominee). Radkey has a treasure trove of opposition research waiting for the left to dump on the American people at just the right time. It consists of the names of Holocaust victims, serial killers, notorious tyrants and dictators, fictitious characters, and mass murderers who have all been posthumously baptized into the Mormon religion.
I reached out to Radkey and asked her if she knew of any instances in which deceased Muslims have been baptized into the Mormon faith.
Here is what she said:
To date, I have a handful of Mormon records that show attempts to baptize Mohammed, and I also have a baptism for a 9/11 hijacker, and copies of entries for 14 others, that show these names were submitted for proxy rites.
If we've learned anything since 9/11, it's that Muslims are more than just a little hypersensitive about their religion. Seemingly any show of disrespect for either Islam or its prophet Mohammed can be met with deadly violence. Most recently, in Afghanistan, when the U.S. Military was involved in the burning of Islamic materials, to include defaced Qur'ans, deaths have resulted.
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I bet I know more about Mormonism than you do.
I’m upset? Look in the mirror. You wrap all Mormons up in one neat package.
Well, it isn't a contest, is it? I assume you know they believe Jesus is the brother of Satan; Jesus is not divine; God used to be a man; they will inherit their own planet and become gods in their own right, etc. There's nothing to defend there, and I'm sure you'd agree.
Im upset? Look in the mirror. You wrap all Mormons up in one neat package."
Yes, you seemed pretty agitated. And yes, believing what they believe is nuts.
Look in the mirror again. I’m calm about the subject of Mormonism. You are the absolutist.
Ask your Catholic friend if she knows that many Protestant sects think Catholicism is a cult and that transubstantiation is nutty.
What does absolutism have to do with not being calm, K? You’re not making a lot of sense.
My Catholic friend has it right, and she would laugh at your ham-handed attempt at starting a Protestant-Catholic flame war. Maybe you, as a Catholic, should study on what your own church teaches about the Mormon cult, and stop defending beliefs that contradict the word of God.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
I should be ashamed of myself? For saying I won’t condemn all Mormons with a broad stroke and call them names ?
Maybe you should practice some of your Christian compassion and charity. If you have any.
K, I don't care how upset you are, that's no excuse for you deliberately misrepresenting what I've said here.
Again, go find out what your church teaches about the Mormon cult. And stop defending beliefs which try to make God a liar. They're without defense, and for someone who says they are a Christian to do so is quite shameful.
I know what the Mormon Church says.
I was aware of every fact that you posted.
As A Catholic I also know what people say about my church.
I also know you are an unChristian like name caller.
I never heard anything about "anger" so I'm not sure what you were posting about, but the Pope would sure tell you that Mormons do not practice Christianity.
You should remember that as you contribute to their efforts to destroy Christian souls, and Catholics are among their easiest prey. It is baffling to see how many people first announce loudly that they are Catholic, and then proceed to defend Mormonism.
See post three. I was responding to that person. The word “angry” is in that post. It wasn’t my word.
I’m defending people who are Mormon. I’m certainly not going to convert. I’m not prey for any other religion. Good lord let’s not get histrionic
It is an old routine here, the “Catholic” loudly proclaims I AM CATHOLIC as they fight tooth and nail in defense of Mormonism against Christian resistance.
The Vatican position on Mormonism never means anything to those “Catholic” Mormon apologists.
This is very common here, GOP_Lady was almost an exact copy of you.
Who is GOP-Lady and did she convert?
Never mind. I searched that Freeper and I see she was banned. An exact copy? Have you read all our posts and compared?
I’m not an apologist. I just don’t condemn and name call en masse.
You mimic her style in service to Mormonism while you mock and denigrate the Catholic church and it’s teachings, and even it’s members as you pretend to represent “about all the Catholics I know”.
LOL, now I see that you are even female like her.
Have a nice evening.
Mormonism is full of nuts. You have to be crazy to really believe it for very long.
Im Catholic and Im not angry at Romney regarding his religion.
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Then you are not paying attention. And I know a lot of Catholics who hate and fight Mormonism because Mormon theology spits on Christ.
You know, if Romney promises half the conservative stuff he claims in his campaigns, he’d be one hell of a president.
Do I believe him.
Of course not.
They cant baptize anybody whos dead, and in fact Christian churches do not even consider Mormon baptisms of living people to be true baptisms, so whats the big deal?
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How would you feel if someone urinated/defecated on your parents (or any beloved ancestor’s grave), then posted it online? It is the same thing.
Mormons act as a proxy, use the persons name and go through or perform these rituals. They literally believe they are acting as saviors to these people.
You must be kidding!!
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