Romney: A Mormon God in Waiting?
This comes from a tweet thread that is either a creative put-on or has something to it. It alleges that new senator from Utah, Senator Mitt Romney, a Mormon, has very big plans to topple Trump before or by 2020. One tweet puts it into a nutshell:
Romney became Utah senator and together with Utah mafia, Harry Reid and Amazon plans to take over the NSA facility in that state…he has arranged with Huber to release fake info on Trump that can be used by factions in military to declare state of emergency and coup in 2019.
Some other details from a tweet in thread:
After military and intel-agency coup in 2019 (much of internet will be shut down) Romney will be chosen as a “compromise” replacement. Much of what Louise Mensch says is true, or rather what they’re planning to do… What they don’t realize is WHO Romney is, what he plans….
Other tweets in same thread mention Romney becoming a kind of cyber-god, as specified here:
By the use of cybernetic replaceable body parts and advanced nanotechnology that has been kept secret, as well as the latest advances in bio-engineering Romney plans to achieve eternal life …he plans to use a section of the White House to host what he already calls “The Body”.
While most readers would regard this as crazy and way over the top speculation, it is interesting to consider given Mormon religious belief – regarded as extremely heretical by most Christian groups – posits a theology involving gods and goddesses. It’s kind of revival of the sprit of ancient Greek gods/goddesses religion garbed in Christian theological terminology and constructs, as mentioned in Wiki (my emphasis):
After the resurrection, all men and women—except the spirits that followed Lucifer and the sons of perdition—would be assigned one of three degrees of glory. Within the highest degree, the celestial kingdom, there are three further divisions, and those in the highest of these celestial divisions would become gods and goddesses through a process called “exaltation” or “eternal progression“. The doctrine of eternal progression was succinctly summarized by LDS Church leader Lorenzo Snow: “As man now is, God once was: As God now is, man may be.” According to Smith’s King Follett discourse, God the Father himself once passed through mortality as Jesus did, but how, when, or where that took place is unclear. The prevailing view among Mormons is that God once lived on a planet with his own higher god.
In the light of Mormon cosmology, as depicted above, is the idea so crazy that Romney, after gaining access to very exotic life-prolonging technology, is preparing for a Mormon-construed role to become a kind of “god” leading the planet Earth, starting off this destiny by way of becoming president of the US?
A relate side-note on the above: the author of most of the tweets offering this theory is the writer of a book called BRONZE AGE MINDSET, where he discusses in a unique, original way notions of ancient Greek religious ideals that he seems to be trying to revive in a modern context. With such a background, he seems especially insightful about connecting the dots pertinent to Romney’s ultimate motives.
This author of the book, Bronze Age Pervert, is anonymous (I don’t know who he is or ever met or corresponded with him). But don’t be put off by his pseudonymous name, he is not a “pervert” or sexually ambiguous or inverted. Quite the opposite. His book has been read by many young men strongly influenced by “alt right” ideas, and it has been reviewed in publications such as Medium.
Some hate and others love the book. I have read it, and while I found it to be a very strange reading experience, I also found it many ways an inspiring book, even though the spirituality offered therein is pagan, discussing animistic notions of nature among other things. But his most interesting discussions are about great men, particularly military adventurers, explorers, fighting heads of state, generals and related who accomplished extraordinarily heroic feats in their lifetimes, and are now given little to no notice or value in these very judgmental-of-men feminist times. This aspect alone, I believe, is why many young men now, with no direction in a world immersed in chaos and identity politics, find this book deeply appealing. Of course, the book is hated by some people for some of its far right ideals and resonances of some Nazi ideas. But overall it is overwhelmingly ancient Greek religious and masculine-heroic in its fundamental orientation and emphasis, which he smoothly recontextualizes into the 21rst century situation. One thing for certain: it is a truly dissident book, one of the very, very few written since the 1960s, and privately published.
ROBERT STEELE: Mitt Romney is perhaps the most public senior leader of the Mormon Church.* He has been a stake president (like a cardinal) as well as a bishop, but in both financial and political terms he is arguably the simple most influential Mormon in America and as the material by Owl suggests, may have aspirations to use the Presidency in ways beneficial to the Mormon Church and harmful to the separation of church and state favored by the US Constitution. It is in my view impossible for him to be unaware of the many documented accusations against bishops of the Mormon Church with respect to child abuse and Satanic rituals. I heard one such testimony while participating in the London seating of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse and found the witness to be absolutely compelling and credible. Until Mitt Romney cleans up the Mormon Church, he has no business making accusations of malfeasance against our President. President Donald Trump merits our continued trust precisely because he is not compromised by the Deep State, and is the one person we have, legitimately elected, who can over time eradicate the Deep State and the Shadow Government led by Dick Cheney via the Continuity of Government (COG) program.