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Ann Barnhardt: DOUBLE RED ALERT (Soros buying up farmland)
Ann Barnhardt's Capital Management Inc. ^ | 24 Jun 2011 | Ann Barnhardt

Posted on 06/25/2011 9:12:46 AM PDT by plsjr

Double Red Alert

Posted by Ann Barnhardt - June 24, AD 2011 9:01 AM MST

Two HUGE intel leads in my email box this morning from way-back contacts that I've had for years, that are actually somewhat connected concepts.

1. File this one under "Now It All Makes Sense". A Missouri farming and ranching contact just got off a conference call wherein he was informed that the federal government is sending out letters to all of the flooded out farmers in the Missouri River flood plain and bottoms notifying them that the Army Corps of Engineers will offer to BUY THEIR LAND.

Intentionally flood massive acreage of highly productive farmground. Destroy people's communities and homes. Catch them while they are desperate and afraid and then swoop in and buy the ground cheap. Those evil sons of bitches.

2. Speaking of evil sons of bitches, George Soros appears to be "investing" in farmground through the same puppet company that he used to get into the grain elevator and fertilizer business. The company is called Ospraie Capital Management and is buying up farmground in a joint venture with Teays River Investments as a partner. Here is that announcement:

Click Here: http://www.absolutereturn-alpha.com/Article/2242566/Ospraie-Launches-JV-Agriculture-Fund.html

Okay. Here's the connection. This Ospraie outfit was a hedge fund specializing in commodities that was started and run by some cocky child who didn't know how to trade bear markets and got his butt kicked into next week in the grain market of 2008. He also lost a fortune trying to trade RARE EARTH METALS. In fact, it was so bad that he had to shut his fund down because he had promised his investors that he would give them all of their investment money back if the fund lost more than 30% in one year. Whoopsie.

But it appears that Soros swooped in and saved the day because this Ospraie is the "co-investor" with Soros that bought the remnants of ConAgra's trading operation and renamed it . . . Gavilon. In the industry, it is widely acknowledged that Ospraie IS Soros. That three-page article citation is here, copy and paste the URL into your address bar:

http://money.cnn.com/2008/11/12/news/companies/ospraie_demos.fortune/index.htm

As you probably remember, Gavilon just recently bought both DeBruce Grain out of Kansas City and the biggest grain elevator company in the Pacific Northwest, thus making Soros (who is the money behind Gavilon through both his own Soros Fund Management AND his de facto control of Ospraie) the third-largest grain company in the U.S. with 280 million bushels of storage capacity, behind only Archer Daniels Midland (542 million bushels storage capacity) and Cargill (344 million bushels storage capacity). That citation is here:

http://www.world-grain.com/News/News%20Home/Features/2010/12/A%20powerful%20signal.aspx?p=1

Bottom line: Soros, through Ospraie, is buying up farmground. Please also note that the hotlink citation above is dated June 26, 2009. My contact says this has been going on for two years - and also remember what I told you about farmground prices inflating wildly, especially in Illinois. I have personally confirmed farmground in Illinois selling for $13,000 per acre within the last month, whereas that same kind of ground in Illinois was going for $5500 per acre the day Obama was inaugurated.

Spread the word.


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I've made Ann's site one of my frequent favorites. She's a God (but no one else) fearing U.S. American patriot...

... and a good example of the kind of folks we need to lead us and take back the U.S.

May God Bless America Again.

1 posted on 06/25/2011 9:12:54 AM PDT by plsjr
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To: plsjr

so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking


2 posted on 06/25/2011 9:15:23 AM PDT by beebuster2000
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To: plsjr

Soros is in his 80’s and will be cooking in hell soon, but he’s positioning his son or sons to continue his evil deeds.
What evil people.


3 posted on 06/25/2011 9:17:22 AM PDT by unkus
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To: Liz
Soros ping

Busy day.

4 posted on 06/25/2011 9:18:08 AM PDT by Mamzelle
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To: plsjr

Anorther good agro blog is http://bigpictureagriculture.blogspot.com/

Keep in mind that Soros is only one wolf amongst a pack of hedge funds and private capital (and government capital from the ME and Asia) that have been acquiring farmland around the world, and the trend has been recognizable since at least 2003.

The largest private farmers in the US are now a hedge fund in NY/CT with 15 full time employees, the managing directors have had to learn the agro biz from the ground up.


5 posted on 06/25/2011 9:19:33 AM PDT by JerseyHighlander
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To: beebuster2000

Easy. He ‘s trying to gain a controlling interest in food production... and in its pricing.


6 posted on 06/25/2011 9:20:09 AM PDT by alancarp (Liberals are all for shared pain... until they're included in the pain group.)
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To: beebuster2000

so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking


You must be kidding. Anything Soros does in not “benevolent”.


7 posted on 06/25/2011 9:20:23 AM PDT by unkus
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To: beebuster2000
That means he will control a lot of the domestic supply of food as well as control our domestic supply of energy (in that he won't let us have a domestic supply of energy).

Call us paranoid, but after you have a dozen Gulfstreams and a hundred homes in several countries, what do you want next? You want to own people. You own people by having the power of life and death over them. Soros is only the vanguard. We have several other progressive billionaires bent on our slavery to their greater egos.

Do you think the EPA really cared about the environment when they shut down the San Joaquin farms? When food gets scarce, people get panicky. Panic and chaos is what the progressives want.

9 posted on 06/25/2011 9:22:31 AM PDT by Mamzelle
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To: plsjr

IMHO, Soros is the most evil man in America right now. More evil than his puppet, Barry Soetoro.


10 posted on 06/25/2011 9:23:14 AM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (When the going gets tough, the tough check themselves into "rehab".)
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To: unkus

Johnathan Soros is an ideological carbon copy of dear old dad. We’ll be dealing with the Soros empire for many years to come.


11 posted on 06/25/2011 9:25:18 AM PDT by cripplecreek (Remember the River Raisin! (look it up))
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To: beebuster2000
so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking

Control the food producing land and eventually you control population growth or size.

The one worlders want to get rid of about 5 billion of us they consider...excess.

12 posted on 06/25/2011 9:27:19 AM PDT by Kakaze (Exterminate Islamofacism and apologize for nothing....except not doing it sooner!)
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To: beebuster2000
"so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking"

Have you ever heard that commercial on talk radio about the coming financial collapse and what to do about it? I forget the name of it, I'll try to look it up in my history, but they state we all need to buy farmland to survive.

Let me see if I can find it....

13 posted on 06/25/2011 9:27:19 AM PDT by NoGrayZone ("Islamophobia: The irrational fear of being beheaded." Andrew Klavan of PJTV)
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To: beebuster2000

If you control the crop production, you control the commodities prices. It’s a great leverage on manipulating the other markets. Inflation, scarcity, and dumping are all part of the process.
This ranks with the ethanol scam. Even worse, Soros knows that if this starts to look weak, Barack will make the Tax Payers buy the land from him and the greenies will prevent it from ever being put back into production.
A starving people are a desperate people. In Soros’ mind it might might even take him back to the people’s rebellion of 1917 Russia. (If only history rather than indoctrination was taught in public schools.)


14 posted on 06/25/2011 9:27:28 AM PDT by Steamburg (The contents of your wallet is the only language Politicians understand.)
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To: plsjr

bookmark


15 posted on 06/25/2011 9:27:50 AM PDT by squarebarb
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To: beebuster2000
Given Soros’ history of undermining countries’ economies and the fact that farmland produces food for both internal consumption and sale to other countries, I'm concerned that with his resources, he may negatively influence American self sufficiency.
16 posted on 06/25/2011 9:29:12 AM PDT by plsjr (<>< ... HIS will be done! (http://NewSpring.cc/webservice - Biblical Nourishment))
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To: plsjr

between soros and jane fonda’s husband the left has bought up a huge hunk of US farm land.


17 posted on 06/25/2011 9:31:14 AM PDT by FreeMaine (America, please, please, please, unite and kick Maine out of the Union.)
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To: JerseyHighlander

LDS church owns $5 billion worth of farmland worldwide, tops this list of investors. http://u.blakeclan.org/co

I had no idea the mormon church owned so much farmland.


18 posted on 06/25/2011 9:31:45 AM PDT by ilovesarah2012
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To: Kakaze

Yep and I get the sinking feeling that most of that 5 billion will be white people since we are held resposible for all of the ill in the world...They plan that only the important ones like them are left....


19 posted on 06/25/2011 9:32:44 AM PDT by chris_bdba
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To: plsjr
But it appears that Soros swooped in and saved the day because this Ospraie is the "co-investor" with Soros that bought the remnants of ConAgra's trading operation and renamed it . . . Gavilon. In the industry, it is widely acknowledged that Ospraie IS Soros.

Don't you see Soros isn't selling He's BUYING!!!

20 posted on 06/25/2011 9:33:02 AM PDT by YankeeReb
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To: beebuster2000
so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking

While I don't know what it is, I'd be willing to bet that it's somehow tied in to Obama's recently-announced "Rural Council".

21 posted on 06/25/2011 9:33:08 AM PDT by Bob
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To: beebuster2000

With food shortages near and commodity prices on the raise where is the power and money to be made? Farmland is one area.

Also remember the only way to dig ourselves out of the hole is to be independent and loss of property is one of the communist goals. What better way to remove power from the average person by driving personal property beyond their means?

Land is a vital resource we need to pull ourselves out from where we are going. Learn to be a self sufficient as possible.


22 posted on 06/25/2011 9:33:24 AM PDT by jafojeffsurf (Return to the Constitution.)
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To: unkus
I must say that you replied to the Bee post most politely and was very informative. Thanks, because my response would be banned here. Bee's post really makes my blood boil. Bee must BE a 0dumoPansySupporter, or simply uninformed.
24 posted on 06/25/2011 9:38:23 AM PDT by redshawk (Hey 0pansy you dang liar....SCREW YOU)
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To: beebuster2000

Not grow food on it? Controlling food supply is an effective way to control a population.


25 posted on 06/25/2011 9:38:42 AM PDT by Nickname
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To: plsjr

And Obama will keep turning water off for American farmlands, as he’s done in California.


26 posted on 06/25/2011 9:41:48 AM PDT by G Larry (I dream of a day when a man is judged by the content of his character)
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To: redshawk

Thanks. I’m sick of naive people. They get used and we get abused.


27 posted on 06/25/2011 9:43:41 AM PDT by unkus
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To: beebuster2000

Any organization with a name like that is subversive. I learned that about 30 years ago when they had all the young college kids out collecting for them. Get control of the food supply will make the owner a slave driver! People are so naive! We become the salves without a whimper!

Flooded farmland becomes much richer in nutrients than ever before, thus much more valuable! Don’t forget they cause a crisis, then they swoop in with “solutions”, and more than our freedoms are lost!


28 posted on 06/25/2011 9:44:31 AM PDT by Paperdoll (NO MORE BUSHS!)
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To: Mamzelle

“When food gets scarce, people get panicky. Panic and chaos is what the progressives want.”
When food gets scarce, governments get overthrown and those that were in charge get stood up against a wall. I doubt liberals want that or they have forgotten history.


29 posted on 06/25/2011 9:45:50 AM PDT by Scotsman will be Free (11C - Indirect fire, infantry - High angle hell - We will bring you, FIRE)
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To: beebuster2000

You asked: “so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking”

Hint:

Jim Rogers (Soros’ hedge-fund partner —30 years ago), recently wrote this in the India Times:

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Opinion/Interviews/Fund-Managers-can-become-farmers-Jim-Rogers/articleshow/4610704.cms?curpg=1

Fund Managers can become farmers: Jim Rogers
4 Jun 2009, 0005 hrs IST, ET Bureau
[huge snips]

“Right now, there are huge subsidies around the world for farmers to plant corn, maize, for instance, so that they can be converted into energy. If energy prices go higher, there will be even more of that. ...

... genetically-modified crops will increase productivity. What makes you so bullish on agriculture?

It doesn’t matter. The world has been consuming more than it produced. Food inventories are at a multi-decade low. And we haven’t had any bad weather. We had isolated cases of droughts and things. That may never happen again. But if it does, the prices of food would go through the roof.

If there is climate change taking place, the best way to participate is through agriculture or through agriculture products. There are many positive things happening. Right now, there is a shortage of everything in agriculture ­ seeds, fertilisers, tractors, tractor tyres. We have a shortage of farmers because farming has been a horrible business for the past 30 years. ....”

[snip] bttt


30 posted on 06/25/2011 9:49:04 AM PDT by Matchett-PI (In the latter times the man [or woman] of virtue appears vile. --Tao Te Ching)
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To: plsjr

About 30 to 35 years ago Osprig and Wasprig paid college kids to collect for them. I knew at that time this organization was subversive. May have been a close cousin to Soros’ organization!


31 posted on 06/25/2011 9:49:04 AM PDT by Paperdoll (NO MORE BUSHS!)
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To: Paperdoll

About 30 to 35 years ago Osprig and Wasprig paid college kids to collect for them. I knew at that time this organization was subversive. May have been a close cousin to Soros’ organization!


Birds of a feather......


32 posted on 06/25/2011 9:51:55 AM PDT by unkus
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To: Paperdoll

Paid them to collect what?


33 posted on 06/25/2011 9:53:36 AM PDT by Nickname
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To: beebuster2000

“so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking”

Build new infrastructure at taxpayer expense to prevent further flooding. Remember, the rats always have an agenda. This could explain why they want to use another trillion on shovel ready jobs.

Although I would think shovel ready wouldn’t work when everything is flooded out.


34 posted on 06/25/2011 9:53:36 AM PDT by EQAndyBuzz (Sarah Palin, the only candidate to be vetted by the NY Times, the Washington Post and NBC.)
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To: Mamzelle
"Do you think the EPA really cared about the environment when they shut down the San Joaquin farms? "When heading south out of Sacramento on I5 the first signs of the government created drought appear at the base of San Louis dam near Los Banos.

Millions of acre feet of water within a mile of dried up peach and almond trees. And that desolation reaches for 200 miles to the south and 80 miles to the east.

The undisputed most productive farm land in the world has been taken out of production by government fiat. They have turned it back into desert for posterity.

In case you're wondering, there is NO drought here. We've had above average precipitation for 2years in a row...with this last years being OVER DOUBLE the average. Agencies are freaking out over what to do with all of the water which is STILL barreling down out of the mountains. Every lake full...every river brimming to the top of the levee.

35 posted on 06/25/2011 9:56:15 AM PDT by Mariner (War Criminal #18)
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To: beebuster2000

Not sure what the complaint about buying farm land is, or even if there is a complaint. He’s gotta put the money somewhere. Stocks are bad. Gold has already ballooned. Treasuries will default. Food rots. Ammunition pays no dividend. He thinks farm land is his best choice.


36 posted on 06/25/2011 9:56:31 AM PDT by Brilliant
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To: alancarp

I don’t think that even Soros can buy enough farmland to corner the food production market. But it is an indicator that he is positioning himself to profit in food commodities which will rise in price as the currency continues to inflate.


37 posted on 06/25/2011 9:58:03 AM PDT by Dan Cooper
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To: beebuster2000
so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking

what is anyone who doesn't understand that doing on FR. Just asking.

38 posted on 06/25/2011 9:59:05 AM PDT by maine-iac7 (I AM ISRAEL)
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To: Nickname

>Paid them to collect what?<

Not the garbage, Nickname. MONEY.


39 posted on 06/25/2011 10:03:44 AM PDT by Paperdoll (NO MORE BUSHS!)
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To: beebuster2000

Leave it fallow to cause mass starvation. Controlling the food supply is how communists control the population.


40 posted on 06/25/2011 10:05:36 AM PDT by Myrddin
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To: Bob

“Rural Council”
first that popped into my head, too.

Farm land the next bubble? I wish


41 posted on 06/25/2011 10:07:22 AM PDT by griswold3 (Character is destiny)
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To: JerseyHighlander

The largest private farmers in the US are now a hedge fund in NY/CT with 15 full time employees, the managing directors have had to learn the agro biz from the ground up.>>>>>>

So what is their name they obviously have been listening to Glenn Beck


42 posted on 06/25/2011 10:11:21 AM PDT by dennisw (NZT - "works better if you're already smart")
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To: beebuster2000

http://www.stansberryresearch.com/pro/1011PSIENDVD/LPSIM1AP/PR

Found it. It’s long, but now worth watching (really listening). While I was searching, I found sites stating this was a “hoax site” and not to fall for it.

Soros buying farmland now? One thing I don’t believe in is coincidence.


43 posted on 06/25/2011 10:13:31 AM PDT by NoGrayZone ("Islamophobia: The irrational fear of being beheaded." Andrew Klavan of PJTV)
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To: unkus
Redshawk is on your team. We will defeat 0pansy.
44 posted on 06/25/2011 10:14:22 AM PDT by redshawk (Hey 0pansy you dang liar....SCREW YOU)
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To: Dan Cooper

He can’t. He’s doing it to survive the coming collapse.


45 posted on 06/25/2011 10:15:24 AM PDT by NoGrayZone ("Islamophobia: The irrational fear of being beheaded." Andrew Klavan of PJTV)
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To: Kakaze

Yes, and I remember the line Margaret Hamilton said so well back in ‘39... “It’s how to do it...these things must be done...delicately....”


46 posted on 06/25/2011 10:16:34 AM PDT by Shady (The numbers do not lie.)
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To: ilovesarah2012

LDS farm land produces food to stock the “bishop’s storehouse”. 5he
food resources are made available to church members having
financial difficulties. They do some work on church properties as
“in kind” labor for the food. It’s short term assistance to get people
back on their feet. The church also rounds up those resources to help
people around the world when natural disasters strike. Processing of
the crops into finished products is accomplished by members of the
church volunteering time. I’ve filleted hundreds of pounds of tuna in
an evening. One night I ran the canning machine. 100,000 six ounce cans of tuna were produced that night. We had close to 60 people working that shift.


47 posted on 06/25/2011 10:17:08 AM PDT by Myrddin
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To: beebuster2000

“so why is it a bad thing he is buying farmland? i dont get it. what are they going to do with it? just asking”

Buying up farmland....the economic consequences are serious enough, but the cultural destruction is another deliberate goal!
Just as the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is an attack on the military, as one of our last strongholds of conservative society, buying out family farms and turning them in to huge corporate enterprises accomplishes the same!
I wish everyone would read THE UNKNOWN STORY, MAO. Authors Jung Chang and Jon Halliday. Mao was a lazy, selfish, uneducated,vile, hateful pig. He is Obama’s mentor. He came to power by destroying the family, the culture, the military, the economy. We see the same destruction unfolding before our eyes. Everything happening is deliberate for our destruction and misery.


48 posted on 06/25/2011 10:18:30 AM PDT by WestwardHo (Whom the gods would destroy, they first drive mad.)
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To: Myrddin

Farm Management Corporation (commericial farms and agricultural properties)
Deseret Land and Livestock
200,000 acres of land in Rich, Morgan and Weber counties (Utah)
Sun Ranch (Martin’s Cove)
Deseret Ranches of Florida (Orlando) (largest ranch in Florida)
Deseret Farms of California
Rolling Hills (Idaho)
West Hills Orchards (Elberta, Utah)
Cactus Lane Ranch (Arizona)
(more)

Corporation of the Presiding Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (CPB)
Corporation of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Deseret Trust Company
LDS Family Services
Property Reserves Inc. (PRI)
Ensign Peak Advisors - http://www.imno.org/articles.asp?qid=123

Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators (DMBA) - http://www.dmba.com/

Brigham Young University (BYU) - http://home.byu.edu/webapp/home/index.jsp
BYU - Idaho - http://www.byui.edu/
BYU - Hawaii - http://www.byuh.edu/index.jsp
LDS Business College - http://www.ldsbc.edu/

http://www.exmormon.org/mormon/mormon410.htm

Is the LDS a church or a business conglomerate?


49 posted on 06/25/2011 10:21:04 AM PDT by ilovesarah2012
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To: plsjr

The man’s a leech.


50 posted on 06/25/2011 10:27:48 AM PDT by MsLady (Be the kind of woman that when you get up in the morning, the devil says, "Oh crap, she's UP !!")
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