My last post, titled LDS CHURCH BANS GOOGLE, proved to be somewhat prophetic, as commenter geneticerror pointed out. Yes, folks, if you LIKE your reality watered-down, edited, censored, and to never challenge your beliefs, as they have been given to you by your controllers, er, uh, leaders, then the following site is the one for you.
OnlyMormon.com, does exist, and it IS a Mormon-only search engine, and while powered by Google, Natalie R. Collins does not show up ANYWHERE in any of their searches. Says the site (which clones the Google search page)
OnlyMormon.com is the first search engine dedicated to providing easy access to information on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church or Mormons). This search engine removes all the “anti-Mormon” propaganda and lets users easily access the information they want. All included sites are hand picked and reviewed.
This site is not affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, although the creator and most contributors are. Results are powered by Google.
This, creators of OnlyMormon, is NOT easy access, it is censorship. It is ALSO adding to the great divide between Mormons and everyone else. The next time someone says, “Why do you just write about the Mormons,” may I please point out this incredibly “cult-like” behavior.
These people have created a Mormon-only-alternate universe, which, of course, is what the Mormons believe to be true, anyway. The only version you get of Mormonism is the ONE THEY WANT YOU TO GET. Just make it easy and accept the chip in your brain, because if you are willing to do this, you are a sad, frightened little sheep.
Welcome to the United States of Mormon. Here’s your Jesus Jammies. Already dead? Don’t worry, you will be given the chance to become Mormon, because, of course, only Mormons have the truth, and only Mormons will be in God’s highest kingdom. And that’s why they are so busy baptizing all of YOU after you die. Don’t say they didn’t give you a chance. They are generous, those Mormons.
Go to this site if you like your milk before your meat, and are able to swat away pesky questions by just saying, “Well, Donny Osmond believes it, so it MUST be true.”
Folks, if something is TRUE it must stand up to all tests. If something can stand up to all tests, why the terrible fear, and the censorship, and the name-calling and labeling that Mormon apologists are so good at? (And yes, they are good at it.)
Why write about the Mormons? You can probably answer that yourself after doing a search for search engines containing ONLY material that is pro any other legitimate religion. It’s not out there. Yes, they have “official sites,” but they generally do not try to tamp down information they do not consider “faith-promoting.” THIS behavior is why people react the way they do to Mormons.
Frighteningly enough, I ran across an article about Google censoring a site that was anti-Scientology. Through money, power and lawsuits, the Scientologists succeeded in threatening Google to pretty much remove ANY mention of those sites.
Like the Mormons, the Scientologists only want filtered material available to the faithful and prospective members.
And from there, you do the math….