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8: The Mormon Proposition
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Narrated by Dustin Lance Black, Academy Award® winning screenwriter of MILK.
Amazing! Will knock your socks off... could be the movie of the year. THE HUFFINGTON POST
One of the buzzier documentaries to debut at this year s Sundance Film Fest. THE WASHINGTON POST
POWERFUL STUFF! SALT LAKE, THE MAGAZINE FOR UTAH --Wolfe
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The tragedy behind Utah's youth suicide rate is quite simple once you learn that the majority of the state is Mormon. It is also profoundly and undeniably tragic. Under Mormon teachings, being gay is second only to murder under their collection of "sins." The threat of hell is certainly no match for the oppression, "reparative" therapies and condemnation from pulpits and parents alike. And yet the Mormon hierarchies aren't satisfied with tormenting those who were unfortunate enough to live in their state. They funded and supplied countless volunteers to pass Proposition 8 back in 2008. Needless to say, the pool of Mormon sheep blackmailed with excommunication amounted to tens of thousands of flyer-distributors, yellers and election-day "advisors." As anyone well-versed in political science is well aware, dedicated (or in this case, at least partially-coerced) volunteers can run circles around a smaller but more well-funded opposition.
Families sacrificed their childrens' college funds, retirement funds, and whatever else was demanded of them by comfortable, affluent and above all lazy clergy. And for what? For holding back social justice, compassion and understanding for a few years until the Judge Walker of California's district court declared it unconstitutional.Read more ›
And the legislation they wanted stopped and was in there eyes just evil was Gay Marriage.
And in there words they said such an act of 'just love' is evil!
So in 'Land Of The Free' the Mormans stopped a group of people acting out of love from doing something they wished to express.
A well researched piece of work all 'thinking' people need to see. And if your a Mormon I hope it makes you ask where your donated money to help the world find peace and love actually go.
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Love this video! It's a real inside look at what most don't know or don't want to know about the Mormon Church. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cindy Sommer
Exposes the Mormon Church for the manipulative, scary cult that they are.Published 4 months ago by James S.
Very well done film exposing the truly harmful work of the Mormon church in funding the discrimination of prop 8. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Belter Fan
I'll admit that initially my only reason for watching this documentary was because my partner is a former (recovering) Mormon. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Marcus E. Sharpe
An eye-opening sorry of how the Mormon church chooses to spend their fortune. How they can remain a tax-free "church" when they are so involved in making laws is mind... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Shows the machinations of religious bigots in attempting to deny equal civil rights.Published 17 months ago by Joyce C. Crane
If you want to further consolidate your understanding of the differences between a religion and a PAC.Published 18 months ago by Andy Prominski
This documentary strikes directly at the core of the "gay" problem and the Mormon church. It discusses true (un-white-washed) Mormon doctrine and how that doctrine is... Read morePublished 19 months ago by David Harris
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|Extremely bigoted and hate misrepresentation of a church's beliefs||
I'm not sure how this qualifies as bigotry. it is critical of the LDS Church and its leadership. I've never thought that criticizing an organization makes someone a bigot. By that logic, the makers of "Walmart, The High Price of Low Cost" and "Who Killed the Electric Car" were... Read More
Aug 5, 2012 by JJ M. | See all 4 posts