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#DezNat first appeared on Twitter in the summer of 2018 by a user of the handle @JPBellum. Bellum created DezNat with the aim of uniting Mormons across 2019-09-11 2020-12-08 2021-03-03 It is with that backdrop that I began to see #DezNat crop up on Twitter around August or September of 2018. I saw some things that I really liked. There are people out there who aren’t afraid to defend their beliefs. I saw some other things that didn’t jive with me, such as some “Pepe the Frog” type trolling. I’ve been out of the social media game for a while now, but when I was involved Twitter DezNat was the normie-friendly, public face of the edgier, more interesting Discord Deznat.

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Some church members have started using the hashtag #DezNat on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites. People have noticed that #DezNat seems to rile up other members because of the opinions attached to it, and yet it is not really defined. There doesn't appear to be any leaders behind it. No ideology or set of ideas.

It is widely considered to be an alt-right, white nationalist hashtag [1].

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Let’s begin with the Salt Lake Temple and, arguably, its closest Mainline Protestant analogue - the Washington National Cathedral, the crown jewel of the Episcopal Church in the United States. What is #DezNat?

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In 2018, John Paul Bellum came up with a Twitter hashtag, #DezNat, which stands for Deseret Nation, to help like-minded conservatives within The Church of  @NordiskKonge. Ethnic Nordic. Imaginary Viking. Germanic language supremacist. #DezNat. Joined December 2020  @NordiskKonge.
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This also includes progs agitating against the church, or in general anything undermining to faith in Christ. It is rather a Twitter hashtag — #DezNat, short for Deseret Nation — that has popped up hundreds of thousands of times on the internet.

Ethnic Nordic. Imaginary Viking. Germanic language supremacist. #DezNat.
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#DezNat (shortened from Deseret Nation) is a group of devoted members belonging to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) that originated in 2018 by a Twitter user named JP Bellum. It is widely considered to be an alt-right, white nationalist hashtag [1].

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