A diary to bring attention to the process through which Holocaust survivors (and other non-Mormons) end up being baptized after their deaths by the Mormon Church.
While the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormon Church) tries to keep Holocaust survivors and the relatives of other non-Mormons from being baptized, it is very easy to submit a name for baptism:
This excellent blog entry (http://mormonslides.com/...) provides step by step how a name is submitted for proxy baptism and shows pretty conclusively that a dead person doesn't even have to be a relative of a Mormon (the argued position) to be baptized after death.
I really don't have much more to say on the matter since the blog entry is self explanatory with screen shots of each step. The process is ripe for aversion (the blog shows how the paltry safeguards can be skirted) and it is easy to see how prominent celebrities and historical personalities can be baptized after their death by the Mormon Church.
Not a ton of content on my part but I certainly want to show off the blog post I linked to (not my blog). Also the person who submitted the Holocaust survivor to show how the system works later removed the name.