Tshiama Anaclet Tshiama: 24-year-old Mormon missionary dies “unexpectedly” as LDS leaders mandate injections and invest in Big Pharma



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(Natural News) ABIDJAN, IVORY COAST — A 24-year-old Congolese missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, aka Mormon Church and LDS Church, is dead, becoming at least the 11th Mormon missionary to die suddenly and/or unexpectedly in 2021.

(Article republished from TheCOVIDBlog.com)

Elder Tshiama Anaclet Tshiama was originally from Luputa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. It’s unclear how long he’s been a member of the LDS Church. But Mr. Tshiama was doing missionary work in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire in 2021, according to a press release by the church. Note that Mormon missionaries are not paid, per se. They volunteer and, according to Mormon missionaries on Quora, “might receive” $400-$500 per month from the church, depending on mission location.

A travel companion found Mr. Tshiama dead on December 19. He reportedly died in his sleep. The LDS Church said there’s no definitive answer as to how the young man died. But “preliminary reports suggest it is the result of an undiagnosed medical condition,” the press release states.

We emailed the LDS Church for more information, but have not heard back from them as of publishing.

Mormon leaders mandate injections for foreign missionaries

Russell M. Nelson is the 17th president and prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He assumed that position on Sunday, January 14, 2018. Nelson is also a long-time doctor, surgeon and medical researcher. He has thus been beholden to big pharma since receiving his medical degree from the University of Utah in 1947.

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Dr. Nelson and seven other senior LDS Church leaders did the “vaccine on camera” thing on January 19.

Dr. Russell Nelson receiving his mRNA injection.

The LDS Church released a statement that day for church members and missionaries:

As appropriate opportunities become available, the Church urges its members, employees and missionaries to be good global citizens and help quell the pandemic by safeguarding themselves and others through immunization. Individuals are responsible to make their own decisions about vaccination.

An April 30 press release used stronger language and essentially mandated the injections for all Mormon missionaries.

Young missionaries in the United States who will travel to a mission outside their home country on or after August 1, 2021, should be vaccinated before traveling. Senior missionaries may travel to their assigned mission, where visa and travel conditions permit, after they have been vaccinated. Missionaries who choose not to receive the required immunizations, which will now include the COVID-19 vaccination, will be assigned to a mission in their home country in accordance with long-standing existing Church policies.

RELATED:  Matthew 6:24 – thousands of U.S. Christian churches are serving the wrong god by facilitating mRNA and viral vector DNA injections (December 14, 2021)

Mr. Tshiama was from the Congo and doing his missionary work in the Ivory Coast. Thus he was “fully vaccinated” in accordance with church policy. An August 12, 2021 press release reinforced the previous two declarations, adding that the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections are “safe and effective.” LDS leadership also urged all church members to wear masks. Though letters from clergy are not required for religious exemptions from the injections, Mormon leaders said they do not support such exemptions.

Some LDS churches experienced vast increases in both vaccination and mask-wearing rates after the August statement. Brigitte Madrian, dean of the Brigham Young University (BYU) business schooltold the Salt Lake Tribune that Dr. Nelson is “both a world-renowned physician and a prophet.” She urged students at the Mormon flagship university to “follow the prophet.”

Follow the profit we did

We decided to heed the advice of Ms. Madrian, except we followed a different “prophet.” The Mormon Church was always very secretive about its finances. But that all changed in 2019 due to whistleblowers.

A website called Mormonleaks first started publishing data on the inner working of the LDS Church in 2018. It found that the church is connected to at least 13 investment firms and hedge funds worth over $32 billion. David Nielsen is a former Mormon. The Minnesota man, along with his brother Lars Nielsen, dug into the church’s finances further and published the findings in the form of a complaint to the Internal Revenue Service in November 2019.

The 74-page IRS complaint exposes the legal racket of “non-profit” churches as a whole and how the LDS Church enriches a few top leaders via investing/gambling member tithes. Ensign Peak Advisors (EPA) was incorporated in 1997 as a section 509(a)3 “supporting organization” for the LDS Church. That status allows EPA to circumvent financial disclosure rules. EPA pays little to no federal or otherwise taxes because of said status. Mr. Nielsen, who deserves a lot of credit for his impressive work exposing the church for what it is, summed up the EPA/LDS relationship in one sentence.

RELATED: CDC Foundation is not a government entity, has many conflicts of interest (March 23, 2021)

“The Mormon Church could tell every member in the world to stop tithing and it could continue funding every program in full [and still make a profit],” he said, paraphrased. All Mormons are required to give 10% of their income to the LDS Church. Mr. Nielsen made a seven-minute video summing up the IRS complaint.

Mormonleaks pressured Ensign Peak Advisors to file disclosures for its Q4 2019 Wall Street holdings. You can see the entire disclosure document here. But the most important part of it relates to big pharma.

The LDS Church, via EDS, owned $646 million in Johnson & Johnson stocks in Q4 2019, its fifth-largest investment in any one individual company.

Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon, aka the Fauci “fact-checkers,” are of course the top four companies the LDS Church is invested in. Facebook, Merck and the Walt Disney Company (ABC, ESPN, etc.) are also in the top 15. The LDS Church owns $81 million in Pfizer stock.

Several Mormon missionary deaths in 2021

Of course vaccines are the leading cause of coincidences. But unless it’s normal for 11 Mormon missionaries to die in a 12-month span, then there’s been more coincidences in LDS land than ever before in 2021. One of the deaths happened in Nigeria on January 1, 2021 and was thus not likely caused by the lethal injections. Five of said deaths, all under age 20, were from car crashes in the United States.

RELATED: Jessica Turner: 34-year-old Massachusetts woman has seizure while driving five days after first Pfizer mRNA injection (August 23, 2021)

A 21-year-old Mormon missionary in El Salvador died from drowning on March 5, 2021. Make what you will of all the foregoing. But at least four of these deaths, including Mr. Tshiama, fall right in line with what we’ve been covering for a year now.

Elder Saintlouis Pointdujours Dortilus.

Mr. Saintlouis Pointdujours Dortilus was a 24-year-old Haitian Mormon missionary. He died of “sudden health issues” in Port-au-Prince on January 26, 2021.

Giovanni Pelin Pangan.

Philippines Mormon missionary Giovanni Pelin Pangan died “unexpectedly” of a heart attack on March 9, 2021. He was just 48 years old.

José Maria Batalla.

Argentinian Mormon missionary José Maria Batalla was serving in Bolivia when he died of cardiac arrest on July 13, 2021 in a Fort Lauderdale, Florida hospital. He was 60 years old. The Mormon Church blamed COVID-19 for his death.

Divest of organized religion

Note for non-Americans and those not in the know – Utah is home to 2.1 million Mormons. The next closest state is California, with about 757,000. There are about 17 million Mormons worldwide. This blogger doesn’t pretend to be an expert in Latter Day Saints ideology. But a one-year stay in Cedar City, Utah in the mid-late 1990s was like an immersion program into Mormon life and culture. There are sweet, nice people in Cedar City. But at least back then, it was readily apparent that the lifestyle was very strict. Young people rebelled a lot, kind of like Amish kids sneaking away from their homes and participating in forbidden activities.

Mr. Tshiama and at least seven of the other Mormon missionaries who died in 2021 would likely be alive today if CEO Russell M. Nelson didn’t force them into injections. So-called “church leaders” are just as dangerous today as mainstream doctors and hospitals. Churches enjoy tax benefits from a U.S. federal government that actively coerces and forces experimental mRNA and viral vector DNA injections.

Again, have your personal relationship with God. U.S. churches are now vaccine clinics and advertising agencies for Pfizer, Moderna, et al. Stop tithing to big pharma churches and give directly to people in need. That is what Jesus Christ would want.

Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.

Read more at: TheCOVIDBlog.com


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