If Your Favorite Globalists Were Evil Men From The Book Of Mormon

The Book of Mormon came from Joseph Smith’s translation of the Golden Plates—or his very fertile imagination, take your pick. Some characters resemble today’s globalists, so either history repeats itself or life imitates art. I’m technically Mormon, but a really lousy one for unbelief and high beer intake. Still, I’ll liven up the book that Mark Twain called “chloroform in print”.

What is globalism?

Globalists want to unite the world. In practice, this means free trade, profiteering from social engineering, and even population replacement policies.

They seek to abolish borders, as impediments to corporate profits. The first step is transferring sovereignty piecemeal from democratic nations to transnational authorities. Later, regional superstructures are to be established—having little accountability to the public—like the European Union. Early on, Leon Trotsky proposed the same for the entire Western Hemisphere, after being exiled from the USSR for being too leftist.

Afterward, things may converge further yet into a one-world government.

Bill Clinton and Zeezrom

Besides The Lightworker, Bill Clinton was the awesomest POTUS ever, though Hillary is the true brains of the operation. He loves to grab burgers by the buns—then chews slowly, because he doesn’t inhale. Lately he’s slimmed down, as Cupcake is beside to remind him, “No snacking, Bill!”

Chubby Bubba signed the NAFTA treaty during his first year. The American manufacturing sector didn’t thrive as predicted, but who needs factories, right? At least big box stores full of imported goods and fast food joints are still hiring.

Book of Mormon connection:

Zeezrom was a slick lawyer well-skilled in word games:

Now the object of these lawyers was to get gain; and they got gain according to their employ.

—Alma 8:22

Okay, that’s obvious. He began as an all-around shmuck, though happily he saw the light in the end.

Most federal politicians are ascended lawyers, like Slick Willie. (“It depends on what the meaning of ‘is’ is” was pure lawyerly brilliance!) Although attorneys know how the law works, making them politicians is like foxes guarding the henhouse.

George Soros and Amalickiah

This high-rolling currency speculator commands such immense funding that he can short-sell a country’s currency straight to hell. By pressing a few buttons at the right time, he can profit a tidy sum that would take a truck driver or machinist hundreds of lifetimes to earn. Not bad for a hard day’s work!

Still, Georgie has a heart, making large donations to philanthropy. The Open Society Foundation funds numerous causes promoting “peace and progress” throughout the world.

Book of Mormon connection:

It begins like this:

And Amalickiah was desirous to be a king; and those people who were wroth were also desirous that he should be their king; and they were the greater part of them the lower judges of the land, and they were seeking for power.

And they had been led by the flatteries of Amalickiah, that if they would support him and establish him to be their king that he would make them rulers over the people.

—Alma 46:4-5

When his power grab among the Nephites failed, he jumped ship for the rival Lamanites. Their king said, “Sure, dude, we’ll make you our general.” Then he promptly sold out to a rebel faction. After surrendering the army, he whacked both the rebel leader and the Lamanite king. (Never trust a turncoat.) Then he tried to take over the Nephites again, but his luck ran out.

So here’s a hyper-ambitious fellow, skilled at playing both halves against the middle—sounds familiar…

David Rockefeller and King Akish

Life was kind for the grandson of oil magnate John D. Rockefeller. American soldiers endured battles like Anzio, Tarawa, and Normandy, but this rich kid was a pogue. David’s cushy Army intelligence officer gig got him valuable contacts along the way. Beginning in 1946, he worked for Chase National Bank (now JPMC) eventually becoming CEO in 1969.

In 1949, David became a Council on Foreign Relations director—not bad for a rookie bankster!  He also became heavily involved in the Bilderberg Group. However, two interesting clubs weren’t enough, so he founded the Trilateral Commission, along with having his fingers in several other international institutions.

Mr. NWO and some of his buddies at Goldman-Sachs created Republicans Who Care, a foundation backing moderate conservative candidates. Other than that, his family donated the land for the United Nations building, our wannabe one-world government.

Book of Mormon connection:

Prince Jared deposed his father, got deposed himself, and—with his equally rotten son-in-law Akish’s help—deposed Dad again. Then:

For so great had been the spreading of this wicked and secret society that it had corrupted the hearts of all the people; therefore Jared was murdered upon his throne, and Akish reigned in his stead.

—Ether 9:6

Then more cyclic history happened, etc. A secret combination (secret society) enabled Jared’s temporary comeback, and for Akish to double-cross him.

And it came to pass that they formed a secret combination, even as they of old; which combination is most abominable and wicked above all, in the sight of God;

—Ether 8:18

Ether 8:22-25 has even better stuff. Quite interestingly, Granddaddy J.D. said:

The day of combination is here to stay. Individualism has gone, never to return.

He meant monopoly power. However, grandson David apparently expanded the concept toward some interesting directions.

Angela Merkel and King Moron

Merkel began as an official in the Agitation and Propaganda department of East Germany’s “Freie Deutsche Jugend”. When reunification was nigh, apparently she switched sides. In just sixteen years, this virtually unknown newcomer became Germany’s Chancellor—not bad! Earlier, this Manchurian East German candidate said that diversity doesn’t work. Later, her greatest accomplishment has been bringing cultural enrichment to her country.

Her buddy Suckerberg is removing criticism from the world’s largest social media platform. Her government prioritizes arresting online dissenters, like those criticizing immigration policies. Meanwhile, the police can’t keep the public safe from all the new vibrancy. Some suspect migrants are intended as a destabilizing force. Either way, Merkel’s reckless policies might eventually make Germany ungovernable.

Book of Mormon connection:

The Book of Ether 9:14-18 describes an inept King who got punked by conspirators:

…Moron did that which was wicked before the Lord.

And it came to pass that there arose a rebellion among the people, because of that secret combination which was built up to get power and gain; and there arose a mighty man among them in iniquity, and gave battle unto Moron, in which he did overthrow the half of the kingdom; and he did maintain the half of the kingdom for many years.

Moron regains control of the situation, then is jailed after a palace coup, and begets Coriantor. Apparently he got conjugal visits. Still, morons shouldn’t breed, or rule countries.

Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and Korihor

Count Richard Nikolaus Eijiro von Coudenhove-Kalergi was born of an Austrian diplomat and a Japanese mother disowned for marrying a gaijin. He was brought as an infant to a small town in central Europe. Quite likely, his background made it difficult to fit in as he grew up. Perhaps if he’d been raised in today’s California around Eurasians he could relate to, it might have been better (or maybe not).

To resolve his personal angst, he sought to remake the world in his image. As a young adult, he received an enormous inheritance. He became a professional activist, gathering a dizzying array of contacts with European leaders, as well as banking magnates quite interested in his efforts.

His activities eventually spurred the establishment of the European Union, but it doesn’t end there. He conceived of the future as being without genetically distinct groups, run through the multicultural blender set on puree. He didn’t merely say it would just happen; he wrote quite enthusiastically about that. Apparently Europe in particular was too White and delightsome!

According to his book Praktischer Idealismus, the spiritual nobility of cultures would still carry on after their genotypes were eradicated. Baloney; this would annihilate every distinct society. The world’s remaining cultural heritage would be  junk food, shopping, pop music, and TV.

Also, he pledged the spiritual leadership of Europe to some religion or another, writing worshipfully about them. (Nope, not the Mormons.)

Book of Mormon connection:

Korihor was an Antichrist figure advocating atheism and (more generally) moral relativism. To the pious people, this “question everything” stuff rocked their civilization to the foundations:

And thus he did preach unto them, leading away the hearts of many, causing them to lift up their heads in their wickedness, yea, leading away many women, and also men, to commit whoredoms—telling them that when a man was dead, that was the end thereof.

—Alma 20:18

In modern times, this “up is down, right is sideways” obfuscation is socially corrosive. Just as cultural Marxism and suicidalism are destructive by design, Coudenhove-Kalergi’s globalism is an assault on the right of nations to exist as political, genetic, and cultural identities. Anyone of any heritage who values it should oppose globalism.

Read More: You’re Either A Globalist Or A Nationalist

39 thoughts on “If Your Favorite Globalists Were Evil Men From The Book Of Mormon”

  1. I can’t imagine the anxiety that these globalists face, constantly scared that their proles will one day kill them while obsessively scheming daily for more effective ways to control, deceive, and plot. George Orwell was right in 1984: the proles are the ones who can experience more happiness than those in the inner or outer party. The best way to win the globalist game may simply be not to play.

    1. The Book of Mormon is pretty good. It starts to get more exciting and political starting with Mosiah. It has many themes: war/military strategy, white genocide, conspiracy, religion vs secularism, politics and freedom, and a bunch of others. Roosh, I think you’d get a lot out of certain parts, for example, the part with the title of liberty.

    2. Like the night of the long knives, it is a very slim chance that even those globalists in power will remain in power if they get their way.

    3. Hey, they are taking more confederate monuments down. Trump was right. Where does this end? Im afraid we’re going to have to play.

  2. Amalickiah: The Godfather of Fox News
    And now it came to pass that, as soon as Amalickiah had obtained the kingdom he began to inspire the hearts of the Lamanites against the people of Nephi; yea, he did appoint men to speak unto the Lamanites from their towers, against the Nephites.
    The Lamanites did not want to fight the Nephites. So Amalickiah put “reporters” in the towers to change their minds.

    1. Amalickiah sounds like a Lily-livered Commie infiltrator spreading disinformation. They don’t prefer to go to war, but have other armies right for them. Sounds like a CNN type of thing with the phony Republican group of Democrats mentioned earlier.

  3. One of my relatives was one of 3 founders of the Mormon religion. Not that I’m Mormon or believe in any of it’s silliness.

      1. She was ultimately an SJW which I trusted to not grade with bias. I was a decent looking guy to her, who – to avoid sounding like a braggart – brought her the Book Of Mormon at the end of class one day(we had to do a report on a chosen religion) showing her the same last name as mine and a little about the lineage. What’s both a women, and an SJW do? Assume a position of higher power – no pun – and maybe a bit of jealousy. After all, her career was centered around religions, here she had a relative of one of the founders of a well known religion. I even look like the guy. She probably went home and dildoed to the Book of Mormon that night.

        1. You need to learn story telling better. The way you wrote this sounds like you are bragging and making this up. What I thought after reading your post was, “Yeah, sure.”

    1. It is a control mechanism but the reality is most people need that kind of societal structure. Especially women.

    2. I prefer organized religion over the organized scifience and Big Education that has set themselves up as
      religions and have no basis for which they might look back with remorse upon their abuses of the past for being (shocking!) humans. As long as we are all humans, I am fine sacrificing some of my ego in accepting an institution that has acquired knowledge and wisdom of those smarter than I. I prefer it to represent a knowledge higher than man could conceive and safe from our fickleness.
      I prefer the one Jesus started and which was never disestablished in Scripture by him or by anyone he put in authority for thereafter. That indissolvibility of Catholic doctrine said to me it’s the one Jesus started and the rest are pretenders. Still, the Mormons, though they unbiblically preach what is different than what was passed on to those in authority, even if spoken by an angel, are the best of the latter groups to the day. They can try to talk about Mary, but they permit adultery in the form of post-divorce remarriage and cannot talk with any ground about redefining biblical marriage to homosexuals, as Catholics can (at least the Faith forever formally prohibits gay and post-divorce remarriage).
      They have some issues in their past, like excluding Blacks as perceivedly children of Ham, but they have their act together the most of unauthorized post-biblical faiths with no valid clergy. Romney and Reid are bad actors, but Romney would have thrown conservatives more critical bones than Reid and this is why many conservatives overlooked Trump. The Evangelicals may have learned about overlooking one of an exotic Faith after 8 years of Obama in backing Trump. Being in a pretty solid red state, though, I conveniently voted for the Constitutional Party.

      1. What is wrong with excluding blacks again? When whites makes up the minority of the worlds population, they better start thinking about themselves instead of a few good negroids while the rest only become more hateful of whitey. In 100 years the USA might look like South Africa 2.0

        1. Whites? A minority? Won’t happen in the West. What do you think all the abortion places in the minority community are for? The globalists just need enough to vote for those who leave them ignorant and feeling victimized, regardless that one became our president, who whined about being a victim, and hating Republicans. They control their numbers. If they don’t need them, they will probably give their women sterilizing vaccines, like they did in Uganda, thanks to our great philanthropists, Bill and Melinda Gates and probably George Soros and the caring folks at the UN. Even if they did flood the West with African jihadists, they would probably just kill them off with tainted vaccines or some virus, unless they want to continue living in Antarctica.

  4. Having short-ish hair, no tattoos and five kids gets me stereotyped as Mormon all the time. But I hate the Boy Scouts, love brewing my own beer and possess a rudimentary understanding of Pre-Columbian American History.

  5. Why was Dingy Harry Reid not included on this list?
    He was a yuge globalist, a defector to the left, and he’s also the de facto “Pope of Mormonism”, as we saw when he made his never-rebuked criticisms of Romney’s mormonism.
    There are a fair number of other globalist Mormons who’d fit right into this article, like Jeff Flake & Mike Lee. Additionally there are “former” Mormons who remain unabashed globalists, eg: Glenn Beck & Little Marco Rubio.

    1. Mitt Romney is more of a globalist than Harry Reid.
      Mormons hate it when I remind them RomneyCare resulted in low-cost/free abortions and that Mitt raises money for and donates to Planned Parenthood.
      He makes money off of government bailouts thanks to his buddy Paul Ryan.
      Reid has actually been way more anti-abortion than Romney which is notable for a Demo-rat. (Not to say that I like him or any other of his ilk).

      1. …why do Mormons care about Planned Parenthood?
        Reid’s positions, like Bernie’s & McCain’s, change with the political winds though, and he only pretends to be sane in order to gain votes in his semi-sensible state.
        eg:
        Reid effectively ran Congress under 0bama, and his Congress was a stridently anti-gun Congress. Yet Reid, in partnership with the NRA, opened a firing range in Nevada and even inaugurated it by firing the first shot from a gun that he accepted from Wayne LaPierre.
        Reid was infamously against open borders and “birthright citizenship”, only to become one of the biggest defenders of them.

        1. So many Mormons complain about PP because they use tax money for abortions…while conveniently ignoring the fact that Romney is one of their biggest supporters.
          I guess that would make Reid…a politician.
          Republi-cons and Demo-rats are a false dichotomy.

        2. Stand for something or fall for anything. Recent article. Reid was a political playa, plain and simple

      2. Romney worked for a company that trained managers to fire and lay off people, what did you expect? Read about Romney and small chain of toy stores known as Kay Bee Toy Stores, the man is a grade A piece of shit. He made quite a sum of money destroying a business that employed thousands.
        One thing about Trump although his line is “Your Fired”, he’s created a lot of jobs, probably the only President who has created jobs in his life before politics, he went to a school that has created some of the worst Wall Street criminals, Trump could have easily been one of them but decided to be a builder.
        That being said Book of Mormon seems to mock religious people and in particular Mormons than being something red pill.
        As far as Democrats being bad, that is true, but so are most Republicans. Only one I truly liked was Ron Paul and Ronald Reagan. Trump is ok in that he is putting away political correctness, but I can’t see much else tangible coming from him.

        1. Romney is financier. They only take value from companies – they do not add value. They just loot a company’s assets.
          Trump actually builds things. He is not a financier or a Pentagon “defense” contractor.
          I don’t understand why Reagan is a “conservative” icon. He TRIPLED that national debt. $500 dollar screwdrivers sold to the Pentagon, etc. He was a likable and charming fellow. As California governor, he made divorce and abortion much easier.
          I can’t see much tangible from Trump either. The Presidency is just something to entertain the masses. It is not the real power.

        2. He’s a professional thief. Reagan was great, I could never imagine living outside America when he was President now I’m in Eastern Europe.

    2. Oh…and what about that Evan McMuffin clown who was an obvious plant for Hillary to get Utah’s electoral votes?

      1. I’d almost forgotten about that bozo. Definitely another character who should’ve been featured in this article.

  6. The world’s remaining cultural heritage would be junk food, shopping, pop music, and TV.

    Don’t forget Harry Potter.

  7. Considering where the Mormon cult originated, I have to wonder if it preserved New England’s dorky Puritan wholesomeness into the early 21st Century, while the source culture in the Northeast mutated into progressive liberalism.

    1. It started in New York, and I don’t think it ever moved to New England. The movement attracted intellectuals because of it’s doctrine, but tends to transform people into wholesome business-like, nerdy, or cushy people.

  8. My wife is Mormon and I couldn’t be happier. I’ve always skimmed through her books and found the whole thing to be silly and cultish but her and all the women in her church are very feminine and have no desire to become things like politicians, business leaders or firemen. The majority are housewives and let their husbands run the show.

    1. the temple stuff is a bit scary – i’d watch her on that – they basically use it as an excuse to get a good grope going

      1. Yeah those temples are creepy. They only let me in to use the bathroom once when my sister-in-law was getting married. We had to wait outside in the heat for 2 hrs because I wasn’t Mormon.

  9. Well guess what new globalists aka faux nationalists are now in power. Steve Mnuchin and Gary Cohn, are the main economic policy makers. Both are Democrats and making the big economic decisions. Steve Bannon was the only economic nationalist with concrete ideas and he’s no longer guiding White House policy.

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