Here is a post from Cheryl at RFM. For the first time ever, i’m cutting out part of the post. You can follow the link if you want to read it all, but I feel two of the last paragraphs are 1-unsourced, and 2-specific to regular followers of the RFM board.
Here is the post:
They are supremesists. Like the JWs, they believe they are the gatekeepers for eternal life. They have the one true way, the only keys to Heaven, meaning the CK. They think their males have actual magic power to speak for and do miricles in the name of God Almighty.
This is what TBMs believe and must agree to if they want to be “worthy” members of their church. No other church that I know of issues a document designating that some of its members are “worthy,” meaning that all other humans without such a credential are officially “unworthy.”
I’ve many times heard mormons say that they feel “Satan” when they’re in the presence of an “apostate,” a woman who doesn’t have her arms and legs covered, or anyone who is openly gay.
They’ve coined a whole set of slurs for non-worthy members and non-members, including gentiles, inactives, non-members, less-actives, drinkers, smokers, coffee drinkers, “people of the world.” This is only a partial list.
They feel entitled to target anyone they choose for harassment. Mormons are taught to discount the word “no” and “I’m not interested.” They harassed me in my home for over 25 years after being told “no.”
They actually hold meetings and discuss individuals, some they’ve never met. They plan strategy for breaking down the will of their targets and discounting their nos.
They don’t only feel entitled to harass, but also to shun. The shunning is usually saved for those they know personally, those they think might be hurt by it.
Mormons have special doctrines which demean minority groups in society, including racial groups, females, gays, Catholics, and others.
And mormons are the only group I know who does dead rituals to mormonize those who chose not to be members of that church in life. This is a final desecration for the wishes and memories of unworthy dead “gentiles” who can no longer speak for themselves.