Date: November 10, 2017 10:11AM
no name Wrote:
> The point here, on this forum, is to heal.
> Mormonism is a cult- most of us were involved in
> it. How much more time, talents and energy are we
> going to put into it? OK- they got us- we were
> duped- move on.
As long as I know this abusive CULT is still abusing my loved ones and family, I'm not prepared to "move on".
I've seen too many times in the Mormon CULT when people like you said, "Move on" when others were being abused, exploited and manipulated. As a result, everybody hushed up and didn't confront the real evil. As a result, the evil persisted. As a result, the abusers got off scott free, enabled by those who said, "Move on".
People are generally too cowardly to take a stand against the bullies, who think they can continue bullying, why the abusers continue to abuse.
> I am ready to be myself- not a
> mormon, new order mormon, ex-mormon, or whatever
> mormon. Let's eradicate "mormonism" in our lives
> and stop giving it power.
Really? How do I "Eradicate MOrmonism in my life" when I see Mormons practically every day walking down my street, looking for innocent victims, knocking on my door, advertising on line, claiming I should be singing the praises of a sexual predator? Personally, I think it's best to confront them, not enable them.
)>I am starting to
> realize that when I was a mormon I was inside the
> dome. When I left, I became an angry ex-mormon
> who stood outside of the dome, pounding on the
> glass and screaming. It's been about 10 years-
> now I realize there is no dome, and I have been
> just as insane as I was before. Wasting time,
> pounding on air.
It's not crazy to fight against the lies, injustice, bigotry, racism, sexism and sexual predators. It's sane to speak up on behalf of all the victims that have been silenced through intimidation.
> This board has become a habit- I
> only come here out of muscle memory. I feel
> empathy for those who have recently left- I want
> to say "good job, you are brave and intelligent
> for seeing through the nonsense. Now move on.
> Don't waste time or energy fighting against a
> really dumb and irrelevant group of dummies." I
> think this is why people who troll the
> missionaries make me mad.
It's not trolling to ask sincere questions of missionaries. That's their fucking job, to answer questions. That's what they advertise all over the internet, "Ask a Missionary". When I do, they lie. I just like publishing their bald faced lies. I think that's evil. If you're too cowardly to confront evil, then so be it.
> It is a painful
> realization that, like the troll, I am also
> wasting my time. So am I becoming an
> ex-ex-mormon? I hope not. I just want to be
> myself. I am so freaking sick of it.
I'm sick of people saying, "Move on" when there are innocent people being victimized. Cowards like you are what enables the predators to continue preying on the innocent.