In a lot of ways, it’s hard to imagine a more implicitly white religious institution than the Mormon Church. Until recently, its hierarchy had spent decades and millions of dollars on advertisements and programs to promote large families, traditional Western gender roles, heterosexual marriage, clean living, patriotism, Mom, and apple pie. The Mormons are an inherently Norman Rockwell-esque clique thanks to the fact that their congregations (“stakes”) host and dominate much of the Boy Scouts of America organization.
In our day, all that implicit whiteness stands in stark contrast to the cultural decay around us. For that reason, and thanks to the 187-year history of the Mormon Church in the United States, (officially called the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints) some members of the Alt Right identify as LDS/Mormons. Some have even discussed whether it might be a good home for unapologetic white people.
The answer is no. It is quite surprising when you consider that the Mormon Church officially banned blacks from the clergy until 1978, and was viciously attacked by the Left for the huge role it played in banning homosexual marriage just a few years ago. But as with all or nearly all religious institutions, the Mormon Church has conformed to political correctness to gain financial rewards and social status. The disconnect between its theory and its practice is acutely felt by those Alt Right whites who want to hold to their LDS faith and not see their children fall victim to white genocide. One friend in particular has publicly suffered in this way. A wonderful lady named Ayla, who goes by Wife With A Purpose online, has documented her journey from being a social justice warrior to a happy life as traditional wife and mother. Compared with many others in the Alt Right, Ayla is a moderate. She mainly argues for the right of white people to protect and advocate their culture, and to govern their own nations, as all other racial groups do. Not a radical or exclusionary concept. She has openly stated her belief that other racial groups can coexist alongside white majorities. Again, this is far from fashy oven memes. Nonetheless, the rank and file of Mormon society have openly and viciously attacked her. Why should a homebound wife and mother need a security detail? Yet in this evil age, Ayla does. What has the top leadership of the Mormon Church done or said about what she suffers? Not a word. It has plenty of words for those of us who stand up for the right of white people to exist, though.
It has been called to our attention that there are some among the various pro-white and white supremacy communities who assert that the Church is neutral toward or in support of their views. Nothing could be further from the truth…
White supremacist attitudes are morally wrong and sinful, and we condemn them. Church members who promote or pursue a “white culture” or white supremacy agenda are not in harmony with the teachings of the Church.
As with all the other hypocritical religious institutions out there, the Mormon Church rabidly advocates for the right of its black, Jewish, feminist, or openly homosexual members to publicly take pride in whatever they please, whether it be in keeping with the church’s traditions or not. You won’t find condemnations of “black culture” or “pro-black” Mormons anywhere in the Mormon Church’s hierarchy, because they quite frankly approve of such things. But when it comes to white people…well, that’s different. With white people, advocacy of the right to live and the right of self-determination equals evil, obviously. With non-whites, gays, feminists, and other non-WASP straight males, advocacy of their right to live is a given, and their self-determination is a moral imperative. With white people, even trying to fly under the radar as a conscientious churchgoer who opposes white genocide will earn you a rebuke from the top.
The hypocrisy of the Mormon establishment is extreme. The Mormon mafia ranks extremely high on the cuck scale. It put up a hitherto unknown but obedient former CIA operative, Evan McMuffin, as a third-party candidate against Donald Trump in 2016. His sole purpose was to steal Utah’s electoral college votes away from Trump in Utah, and force a close election to be decided by the (((elite)))-controlled House of Representatives, where some “Never Trump” Republicans and the Democrats could agree on a compromise choice for the White House, such as Mitt Romney.
The rank and file, as well as leadership, of the church supports mass Third World immigration and has fought Trump’s anti-Muslim terrorism efforts since his great 2015 speech calling for a “total shutdown” of Muslims entering the United States. The Mormon Church bases its position on its history of alleged persecution during its early days.
In this series, my intent is simply to answer the question of whether or not there is a religious institution that could provide for the spiritual and practical needs of pro-white people. These brief sketches of the Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Mormon Churches have thus far answered with a resounding “no.” There is no room in the inn for us in Salt Lake City. Not only do they support white genocide with their influence and dollars, and expect everyday Mormons to do the same, the leadership of the Mormon Church has explicitly stated that it does not want us, even if we are as inoffensive, traditional, and gracious as Ayla. Gratefully, without a room in the LDS inn, we must be consigned to the stable out back with Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Not a bad place to be on Christmas morn. We’ll come back to that thought later in this series.
Next though, we’ll survey some non-Western religious institutions that some members of the Alt Right have proposed as potential spiritual homes for white people. They are obviously not in line with the fundamental doctrines of Christianity, and discussion of them is not intended to be advocacy of their doctrines or worship. We’ll look at the arguments in favor of them, and see why they do not measure up to our cultural, social, or political needs.