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He Has The Means
First and foremost we must remember that the Unification Church is, through it's many documented front organizations, a muti-billion dollar
business/religious cult organization supprted through these fronts and the fundraising activities of it's dedicated force of slave labor in the form
of it's brainwashed cult members.
I really shouldn't have to prove this point as it has been well known and documented for decades in the mainstream press, numerous books, magazine
articles and the like.
He Wants The Reunification Of Korea
The Reunification Of Korea And World Peace
by Sun Myung Moon
He Has Garnered Political Influence in South Korea And The United Nations
'Moonies' Launch Political Party In S Korea
In Ban's UN, Sun Myung Moon's Paper Is Praised, While Gambari Raises Him Funds, WFP Demurs
He Has His Own Mainstream Media/Propaganda Outlet
Church Spends Millions On Its Image
Speaking to followers on June 12, 1991 at East Garden, Irvington, New York, Moon said:
"Father is not so deeply interested in The Washington Times. Father can withdraw at any time. All he has to do is to say, "Closed." Then Father does
not have to spend tens of millions of dollars every month. Father can divert that money into Russia or anywhere else. Father is investing millions of
dollars per month into the media. Do you know what millions of dollars can do in a country like Russia? In the last nine years, the Church poured
eight hundred million dollars in cold cash into The Washington Times. 800 million. You have no idea how much money that is..."
"Remember that Father has poured one billion dollars into the Washington Times during the last fourteen years. This is a fact. All the government
bureaus such as the CIA have a record of this..."
Total Calculation Or Accounting Of God's Historical Providence
- Sun Myung Moon, December 25, 1994, East Garden,
- Translator-Peter Kim
"Who is the president of the Washington Times? Who is the original ancestor? When we first made the newspaper in America, who was the beginning point?
It was me. If we talk about Washington Times, we cannot say anything without Reverend Moon. You should not think that the Washington Times can move
apart from Father. At any time, I can disband the Washington Times and make a similar newspaper in China or Russia. It's not crucial to have it in
America. I can create a greater cultural world somewhere else."
Another church political arm, Causa International, which preaches a philosophy it calls "God-ism," has been spending millions of dollars on
expense-paid seminars and conferences for Senate staffers, Hispanic Americans and conservative activists. It also has contributed $500,000 to finance
an anticommunist lobbying campaign headed by John T. (Terry) Dolan, chairman of the National Conservative Political Action Committee (NCPAC).
These activities are described by Unification Church officials as part of a much broader, and sometimes more subtle, program to influence American
politics and culture. This year, the church has spent $15 million to launch a national edition of its Washington Times newspaper...
His Reach Is Far And Wide
List Of Unification Church Affiliated Organizations
*(This is merely an excerpt, as the list of Moon's front organizations is virtually endless.)
American Freedom Coalition (AFC), a group which seeks to unite American conservatives on the state level to work toward common goals. The coalition,
while independent, receives support from the Unification Church.,
Freedom Leadership Foundation, an anti-communist organization in the United States active in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
Family Party for Universal Peace and Unity, a South Korean political party founded by the Unification Church, one of whose main goals is the
reunification of Korea.
TheConservatives.com political website in partnership with the Heritage Foundation.
The Summit Council for World Peace is an international group active in Moon's effort to unite North and South Korea.
Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy
CAUSA International is an anti-communist educational organization created in New York City in 1980 by members of the Unification Church at the
suggestion of Rev. Sun Myung Moon. In the 1980s it was active in 21 countries. In the United States it sponsored educational conferences for
evangelical and fundamentalist Christian leaders  as well as seminars and conferences for Senate staffers, Hispanic Americans and conservative
activists. In 1986 it produced the anti-Communist documentary film Nicaragua Was Our Home.
The International Coalition for Religious Freedom is an activist organization based in Virginia, the United States. It is sponsored by the Unification
Church and its president is Dan Fefferman, who has held several leadership positions within the Unification Church of the United States. Founded in
the 1980s, it has been active in protesting what it considers to be threats to religious freedom by governmental agencies.
Korean Cultural Freedom Foundation, a nonprofit organization which in the 1970s acted as a propaganda campaign in the United
States for the Republic of Korea
National Committee Against Religious Bigotry and Racism
National Prayer and Fast Committee, which supported President Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal.
The idea that businesses associated with Moon often act in concert to further his goals is not new. In 1977 congressional hearings were held to
examine Korean-American relations. A very important subject of the investigation was the operation of the Unification Church and other organizations
controlled by Reverend Sun Myung Moon. The subcommittee's 10/31/78 report, entitled Investigation of Korean-American Relations
(U.S. Government Printing Office, Stock Number 052-070-04729-1), concluded that: "The Moon Organization used church and other tax-exempt components in
support of its political and economic activities." (p. 388, conclusion 12). The subcommittee also found that: "Although many of the goals and
activities of the Moon Organization were legitimate and lawful, there was evidence that it had systematically violated U.S. tax, immigration, banking,
currency, and Foreign Agents Registration Act laws, as well as State and local laws relating to charity fraud, and that these violations were related
to the organization's overall goals of gaining temporal power." (p. 388, conclusion 13).
They Have People On The Inside Already
State Department Official Picked to Run U.N. Food Program
UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 7 -- Josette Sheeran, a senior U.S. State Department official and former managing editor of the
Washington Times, was chosen Tuesday to head the United Nations' Rome-based World Food Program for a five-year term.
(As you recall, the Washington Times newspaper is owned by Moon.)
I never thought I'd be presenting this information in this manner. But as the Korean situation developed, and is developing, my thoughts turned to
Moon, and suddenly the pieces began to fall into place. I don't have a complete picture yet. This is a developing idea. But I thought it important to
share this information. To discuss it. To get feedback.
I will endevor to provide a more complete picture as I compile and collate references and sources. There is so much information to pick through. But
can you see how this looks on the surface? And this is just the very tip of the iceburg my friend. The Unification Church and Moon have been at this
for a very long time. There is much documentation. People with much more time, resources and scholarly aptitude have been on his trail for decades. I
can't wrap it up in a single thread on ATS. As I stated earlier, numerous books, magazine articles and the like have been written about Moon, The
Unification Church and its seemingly endless list of strawman operations, front groups, political organizations and political aspirations. I am merely
trying to shed light on a developing situation.
In the end, it is just my opinion. But it is an informed opinion. Let's not dismiss this out of turn.
"Look, the people you are after are the people you depend on. We cook your meals, we haul your trash, we connect your calls, we drive your ambulances.
We guard you while you sleep. Do not... **** with us."
-Tyler Durden, Fight Club
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