(You would think that "local" leaders would be in a more poised position to be a neighbor/Good Samaritan)
Continuing from the press release: ...all of its missionaries serving in Japan are accounted for and mission leaders are taking precautions to ensure that missionaries remain safe. All missionaries are a safe distance from damaged nuclear plants. It is likely Church members have been directly impacted by the quake, and local Church leaders are working tirelessly to account for them.
Wait a minute. People, especially NON-Mormons, are dying in need of rescue and in need of water. And what are local Lds church leaders in Japan doing? Why, they are being Good Samaritans to only those who wear a Mormon badge? Really?
And then they spend two graphs talking about church buildings.
We can see where their priorities are:
(1) Mormon missionaries
(2) Mormon members
(3) Mormon buildings
(4) See 1, 2, & 3