Mormons make ideal recruits for the FBI, DHS, and the CIA as well as any of the other intelligence agencies. Why is that?
Some speculate it is because they are inherently deluded-that “they know how to keep a sacred” i.e. they cover each others asses when they perpetrate horrific abuses of human rights; blind allegiance to myth and Biblical contortionism and their own specific variants of self righteous racism or moral equivocation that we see all over the map with LEO’s and other public servants of “god” we see all over the map with LEO’s and other public servants of “god” trumps their reason, and intellects, and their “critical thinking skills,”; or, like Catholics and Jews, adherence to Biblical contortionism and its accompanying superstitions about “the devil” make them ideal black and white thinkers whose entire analysis is religious, and unified by this zeal for mythology.
Why Mormons? From AtlasObscura.com
“While this comes as a surprise to most people, in Washington and particularly among people who work with or report on intelligence and law enforcement, it’s common knowledge. And occasionally it leaks into popular culture: In his 2009 memoir Agent Bishop, Mike McPheters describes his years doubling as a FBI agent and Mormon bishop—a community leadership position he inherited from another FBI agent. More recently, a (controversial) subplot on ABC’s Quantico featured a Mormon recruit whose upstanding reputation hid a dark secret.But, in reality, Mormons end up in these agencies for perfectly logical reasons. The disproportionate number of Mormons is usually chalked up to three factors: Mormon people often have strong foreign language skills, from missions overseas; a relatively easy time getting security clearances, given their abstention from drugs and alcohol; and a willingness to serve.”
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Some even say that there is a “Mormon mafia” in the FBI. So, when reading the blogs and online narratives, keep this phrase in mind, because often, the writers will allude to being pursued by the mafia.
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