Mormon $100 Billion Slush Fund Director Robert W Cantwell
62% of Utah Residents Are Mormons- Yet Utah Spends MORE on Welfare Than Other States
National State Average Was 22% of Every US State Budget Was Spent on Welfare in 2016
In 2017 Utah Budget: a WHOPPING 34% was Spent on Welfare. $5.5 Billion Dollars!
That's $1,774 for Every Person in Utah!
The Mormon Church, with its $100,000,000,000 Slush Fund Brags About Spending $40 Million on Welfare WORLDWIDE!
In a lecture given last month at the University of Oxford, Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles said that each year The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spends about $40 million on welfare, humanitarian and other LDS Church-sponsored projects around the world and has done so for more than 30 years.
That would account for approximately $1.2 billion on welfare and humanitarian efforts over the past 30 years. Elder Oaks also said that in the last year alone, Mormon volunteers have devoted 25 million hours of labor.
“In the year 2015 we had 177 emergency response projects in 56 countries,” Elder Oaks said. “In addition, we had hundreds of projects that impacted more than 1 million people in seven other categories of assistance, such as clean water, immunization and vision care.”
Thats an Average of $1 million Spent Annually per Country...
By Focusing on Wealth Accumulation Over the Welfare Needs of its Members- the Mormon Church Is Directly Responsible for the Creation of the Massive Utah Welfare State.
“If man will not recognize the inequalities around him and voluntarily, through the gospel plan, come to the aid of his brother, he will find that through “a democratic process” he will be forced to come to the aid of his brother. The government will take from the “haves” and give to the “have nots.” Both have last their freedom. Those who “have,” lost their freedom to give voluntarily of their own free will and in the way they desire. Those who “have not,” lost their freedom because they did not earn what they received. They got “something for nothing,” and they will neither appreciate the gift nor the giver of the gift.
Under this climate, people gradually become blind to what has happened and to the vital freedoms which they have lost.” (Mormon Church President Howard W. Hunter)