A Homeland for a Religious Faith

I was thinking the other day about how the Jews deserve a nation all their own and it occurred to me that the Jews aren’t alone with this problem. Consider, like Abraham was the father of Judaism, Joseph Smith was the father of Mormonism.  And like Moses who brought down the tablets from the mountain, Joseph Smith dug up from his back yard in western New York the golden plates on which were inscribed a Judeo-Christian history of an ancient American civilization.  And like the Jews who were driven from their homeland, the Mormons similarly were driven from their homeland and forced to settle in Utah. And the Mormons were persecuted by the government and not allowed to practice their faith as they were taught.

So it would seem to me that, just as we have supported returning the Jews to their original homeland and setting up an independent Jewish nation in Palestine, we should support returning the Mormons to their original homeland and allow them to set up an independent Mormon nation in New York where all the Mormons in the world could return to their roots and live freely and prosperously.