Elder Andersen's false prophecy to the people of Puerto Rico

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Special Message from Andersen

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Shulem » Tue Aug 06, 2019 12:48 pm

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Hey kids, you too can get a Mormon witness just like punk Andersen got his!

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Re: Elder Andersen's false prophecy to the people of Puerto Rico

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Shulem » Tue Aug 06, 2019 2:03 pm

Deaf, dumb, and blind Andersen -- selling steamy turds to the poor members of Puerto Rico just months prior to a storm that literally devastates the island and throws it into utter chaos. He tells the missionaries to double their contacts in order to increase baptisms. He tells the members that things are bright and are going to get better. Andersen was wrong. The evil spirit speaking out of his guile filled lips was wrong. The young man pictured to the right must be pretty disappointed to learn that Andersen failed to foresee the future and that the spooky ghost coming out of his mouth was foul.

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I rebuke you, Andersen! And your foolish wife too!

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Statistical update

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Shulem » Tue Aug 06, 2019 2:19 pm
Shulem wrote:For the record, as of right now, 10/28/17, these are the numbers at LDS.org for Poorto Rico.

5 Stakes
29 Wards, 12 Branches


Let us see how these numbers shrink in the coming year thanks to the apostolic blessings left by elder Andersen on the poor suffering saints of Poorto Rico. In the meantime, the well to do saints in Utah will continue to enjoy all the temporal blessings in life including turkey and stuffing during the Thanksgiving holiday. But the saints in Poorto Rico get canned tuna for their dinner, if they're lucky.
The numbers on the church website show a loss of just two wards.

23,306 Total Church Membership
5 Stakes
27 Wards
12 Branches

I'm confident these numbers will continue to slide

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Re: Elder Andersen's false prophecy to the people of Puerto Rico

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Shulem » Wed Aug 07, 2019 10:56 am
Elder Neil L. Andersen on the timing of miracles wrote:Miracles are not always so immediate. At times we thoughtfully wonder why the miracle we have so earnestly prayed for does not happen here and now. But as we trust in the Savior, promised miracles will occur. Whether in this life or the next, all will be made right.

This nut-job of an apostle is promising the members of the church that they will get their miracles but it might have to wait till the next life! What a con!

Hey, Andersen, shut the hell up! You faker. You wouldn't know what a real miracle is if it hit you smack on the side of your head. You're a piece of work selling garbage to your followers. You, elder Andersen, are a conman. Miracles my ass! You're so full of it. Only weak minded and lost souls are actually going to believe your silly testimony. They deserve what they get -- a whole-lotta nothing.

Pay your tithes you silly Mormons. The church needs the money. Elder Andersen needs the money to preach garbage and keep weak minded fools duped.

Disgusting man.

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Liar Elder Andersen

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Shulem » Wed Aug 07, 2019 11:06 am

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I'd love to give elder Andersen an earful about Joseph Smith's con job in producing the Book of Abraham. I wonder if this piece of crap Mormon apostle knows anything about how the Book of Abraham came to be?

You, Neil L Andersen, are wacko just like Joseph Smith and the wacko people that followed him.

You, Andersen, are a liar for the Lord. You're a bad man in my book. You haven't an honest bone in your body and your lips speak nothing but guile. Evil man!

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Re: Elder Andersen's false prophecy to the people of Puerto Rico

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Shulem » Tue Jan 07, 2020 1:02 pm

Elder Andersen needs to get his sorry ass back to poor Puerto Rico and help out a little. You'd think this would be a great opportunity for the "We are not a wealthy people" to cut a check from their 100 billion+ account to assist these poor people that Jehovah keeps torturing. The Puerto Rican's don't need a temple to perform stupid Masonic rituals for dead people -- they need food, water, and supplies!

NBC News link:

6.4 quake strikes Puerto Rico, killing at least 1 amid heavy seismic activity "We've never been exposed to this kind of emergency in 102 years,"said the governor as the island grapples with ongoing aftershocks and assesses the damage.
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President NelSatan

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Shulem » Tue Jan 07, 2020 1:27 pm wrote:
CHURCH NEWS 2018:

President Nelson promises Puerto Rican Saints that ‘better days are ahead’ after last year’s deadly hurricane

Better days?

How about earthquakes instead!

Shut your Goddamn mouth, President NelSatan -- you liar for the Lord. False prophet! Get out the 100 billion+ checkbook and prove you're a Christian. You disgusting man!

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Numbers game

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Shulem » Tue Jan 07, 2020 3:07 pm wrote:
CHURCH NEWS wrote:By spring 2018, the Church had provided more than $4 million of in-kind and cash donations in the Caribbean Area after the two hurricanes, much of it to Puerto Rico due to its greater population.
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4 million?

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4 lousy million dollars!

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Let's see: There are 23,000 Mormons in Puerto Rico alone so that would be $174 for each member to help recover them from being utterly devastated or it's enough for $1.00 for each and every Puerto Rican. After all, Puerto Ricans are cheap and don't have very many needs.

$174.00 dollars for every church member seems generous enough. They can sleep on the floor and eat rice and beans every night and dream about getting a temple someday.

Whatever you do, don't tell the Puerto Ricans about the 100 billion dollars in the special church bank account. Oh no, none of that is for them.
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President NelSatan spits out more false promises

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Shulem » Wed Jan 08, 2020 11:11 am wrote:
President NelSatan visited the poor and destitute Latter-day Saints in September of 2018 to provide words of comfort after the raging hurricane caused so much destruction in Puerto Rico. He said:
It’s been nearly a year since Hurricane Maria came, You have not given up.
You can face your tomorrows with great optimism, knowing that the best days of your life are ahead for you and for your loved ones.
Most important, the Lord knows you, Puerto Rico and other islands of the sea are very important to the Lord.
You can know for yourself that better days are ahead for the people of Puerto Rico

Then in a little more than a year Puerto Rico is rocked with the strongest earthquake in over a hundred years and the island including the Mormons suffer all over again. It's obvious that the Mormon prophets and apostles are clueless and can't prophesy or know the future but simply repeat old prophecies that have been repeated over and over -- nothing new.

If the Church really wants to help Puerto Rico then they can dip generously into the 100 billion dollar account and give until it hurts. But they won't. The Mormon leaders love their money which IS their God.
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Re: Elder Andersen's false prophecy to the people of Puerto Rico

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I have a question » Mon Jan 13, 2020 8:52 am wrote:
So, what’s happened since Mr Anderson's prophetic promise to the people of Puerto Rico...
A November 28, 2017 report by the Sierra Club included this comment: "It will take years to rebuild Puerto Rico, not just from the worst hurricane to make landfall since 1932, but to sustainably overcome environmental injustices which made Maria's devastation even more catastrophic".[156]

In May 2017, the Natural Resources Defense Council reported that Puerto Rico's water system was the worst as measured by the Clean Water Act. 70% of the population drank water that violated U.S. law.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Ri ... _and_Maria
Hurricane Dorian was the most intense tropical cyclone on record to strike the Bahamas, and is regarded as the worst natural disaster in the country's history.[1] It was also one of the most powerful hurricanes recorded in the Atlantic Ocean in terms of 1-minute sustained winds, with these winds peaking at 185 mph (295 km/h). In addition, Dorian surpassed Hurricane Irma in 2017 to become the most powerful hurricane on record in the open Atlantic region, outside of the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico. It was the fourth named storm, second hurricane, and the first major hurricane of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. Dorian struck the Abaco Islands on September 1 with maximum sustained winds of 185 mph (295 km/h), tying with the 1935 Labor Day hurricane for the highest wind speeds of an Atlantic hurricane ever recorded at landfall. Dorian went on to strike Grand Bahama at similar intensity, stalling just north of the territory with unrelenting winds for at least 24 hours. The resultant damage to these islands was catastrophic; most structures were flattened or swept to sea, and at least 70,000 people were left homeless. After its ravages through the Bahamas, Dorian proceeded along the coasts of the Southeastern United States and Atlantic Canada, leaving behind considerable damage and economic losses in those regions.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_Dorian
For casual news watchers, the 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck Puerto Rico on Tuesday, Jan. 7, may not be registering as a major catastrophe because there have been relatively few deaths or serious injuries.

But look a bit closer.

Because of relentless seismic activity over the past several days, people living on the south end of the island remain frightened and exhausted.

Many are simply praying for the shaking to stop.

58 years-old Maribel Rivera Silva rests outside a shelter afraid of aftershocks, after an earthquake in Guanica, Puerto Rico, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020. A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Puerto Rico before dawn on Tuesday, killing one man, injuring others and collapsing buildings in the southern part of the island.
58 years-old Maribel Rivera Silva rests outside a shelter afraid of aftershocks, after an earthquake in Guanica, Puerto Rico, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020. A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Puerto Rico before dawn on Tuesday, killing one man, injuring others and collapsing buildings in the southern part of the island. Credit: Carlos Giusti, AP Photo
Since Dec. 28, 2019, more than 500 earthquakes have rattled the Caribbean island — with the largest striking early on Jan. 7 near the southwest coast. Thousands have been displaced, hundreds of thousands are without reliable power and, in southern communities, parks, fields and baseball diamonds are doubling as campsites for people too afraid to sleep under their own roofs.

“The situation is desperate, in some ways, because people cannot return to their homes,” said Ponce native Elder Jorge M. Alvarado, a General Authority Seventy and a counselor in the Caribbean Area Presidency.

One person lost his life in the quakes, and nine others have been injured.
No Latter-day Saint missionaries and members in Puerto Rico were harmed — but many are emotionally bruised by yet another series of natural disasters on a United States territory still emerging from 2017’s Hurricane Maria.
https://www.thechurchnews.com/members/2 ... ado-171530

Mr Anderson is currently wondering why God didn’t back him up...
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