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To: Vigilanteman
I admit that I have not lived through any earthquakes in Japan, so I am probably extremely ignorant on the subject.

But my thinking is the first thing you would do would be to help the people with human needs. Locate survivors, get food, blankets, water, medical care, access to hygiene items, access to communications to the people.

Do you know if any of the LDS buildings in Japan are being used for shelters as of yet? How do they handle it that non-believers and less-than-perfect LDS are not even allowed in the temples? Do they just ignore that rule in times of crisis?

31 posted on 03/15/2011 12:42:54 PM PDT by NEMDF
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To: NEMDF

I think this is a case of throwin out an accusation with all 12 fingers crossed...

Personally I lived in Japan in the early 1970s

I do not recall any mormons helping out or giving aid after any of the hurricanes...


58 posted on 03/15/2011 2:15:01 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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