In 2010 a pact was signed between the Mormon Church and Jewish leaders in which the group promised not to baptized the groups dead, now former Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints whistleblower Helen Radkey says that pact was broken when the group posthumously baptized Anne Frank.
Radkey claims that the Mormon church baptized Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank by proxy on Saturday. While Anne Frank died in 1945 the Mormons have submitted different versions of her name on more than a dozen occasions in an attempt to receive approval for proxy rites.
Radkey says Frank had received at least nine baptism rites from 1989 through 1999 but she admits that this is the first time in over a decade that her name has been found in a database that’s used to track genealogy and to submit a deceased persons name for proxy baptism consideration.
The database is only made available to Mormons.
This isn’t the first time a jewish community member has been submitted, Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor has had his name submitted even though he’s still alive, in fact Wiesel has campaigned against the practice which led to the church banning the proxy baptism of Holocaust victims or so it said.
The Mormon church has also taken it upon themselves to posthumously baptize Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal’s parents, a baptism that forced the church to apologize for its actions.
Apparently if the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints an’t convert someone in life they do it in death. Maybe for their next trick they’ll start claiming every famous or influential person ever alive as their own.
Here’s a screenshot Radkey sent to the HuffingtonPost that showcases the Anne Frank database listing:
Do you think the Mormon church is acting despicable in its forced baptismal practices of dead people who likely wanted nothing to do with the Mormon church?