Think the Moonies have Gone Away?
Former Moonie Instructor says the Moonies are still with us.
The public thinks that the Moonies have gone away. They haven't. They have been quite busy in recent years, focusing their recruitment efforts to Christian clergy, politicians, and business people," says Steven Hassan, former Moonie, author, licensed counselor and mind control expert. "They are still deceptive and quite dangerous," Hassan says, "Back in 1974-1976, Moon talked about setting up a global infrastructure so that when the world economy faltered, we would be there to feed people and give them jobs." (Steve Hassan, cult counselor, therapist and former Moonie Instructor)
Congressional Investigation reports Moon's group has goal of world domination.
Among the goals of the Moon Organization is the establishment of a worldwide government in which the separation of church and state would be abolished and which Moon and his followers would govern. (Finding #3 from the 1978 Congressional Investigation of Moon's Group)
The Washington Times owned by Moon's Group. Note: Moon's group purchased United Press International (UPI) in 2000 and now control The University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, an accredited college. All things Moon said he must do to reach his group's goals.
Because Bush headed the CIA during Koreagate, he knew that when the Moonies talk of "family" they mean the "True Family" of the Unification Church. As former head of the CIA, he also knew of The Washington Times Moonie connections.
The Washington Times newspaper has long been bankrolled and controlled by Moonie interests. The paper's former editorial page editor, William Cheshire, said he thinks the paper is operating in violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. (BUSH , REV. MOON & Washington Times By Carla Binion 11/09/99)
Former President George H. W. Bush honors Moon calls Moon "the man with the vision"
“I want to salute Reverend Moon who is the founder of the Washington Times and of the new paper here,'' said Bush, who was reported by the Washington Post to have been paid $100,000 for his Buenos Aires appearance.
“A lot of my friends in South America don't know about the Washington Times but it is an independent voice,'' said Bush. ''The editors of the Washington Times tell me that never once has the man with the vision interfered with the running of the paper, a paper that in my view brings sanity to Washington DC.'' (Reuters November 26, 1996...Note: in fact the first editor/publisher on The Washington Times, Mr. James Whelan, quit the paper calling it a "Moonie paper" and saying he had "blood on his hands" for helping it gain respectability)
Moonies use video of Moon, with his friend former President George H.W. Bush, to help "recruit."
"All these people should know better. My daughter would tell me over and over how in their recruiting films they would show Moon with Bush to impress young people. They use the films of Moon and Bush and other celebrities to reassure parents that it is okay that their children are on the streets selling flowers 18 hours a day." (Washington Post, July 30, 1996)
Republicans use Moon's Organization to Promote Bush's Faith Based Initiative.
The "faith-based summit" itself was sponsored by Watts (R-Okla.), Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) and other top congressional Republicans, but efforts to promote it at the grassroots level were turned over to a Moon organization….
While a number of Republican-aligned private organizations have promoted President George W. Bush’s religion funding scheme, only Moon won an official relationship with the Republican leadership to rally grassroots forces on behalf of the "faith-based" summit. This enhanced status enabled him to do grassroots political organizing – and religious recruitment – with the apparent blessing of Bush and his GOP allies in Congress. (Church and State June 2001)
Moon admits his group will use the Bible only until they "receive the inheritance of the Christian church."
"Since God has been carrying on His dispensation through the Christian church, He and we are responsible to convey this message to the Christians first. Until our mission with the Christian church is over, we must quote the Bible and use it to explain the Divine Principle. After we receive the inheritance of the Christian church, we will be free to teach without the Bible." (Syung Myung Moon, The Master Speaks Chapter 7 1965)
Learn more about this group, whose leader claims to be the Messiah, that Jesus Christ "failed" his mission, and has world domination as its goal. Learn what tremendous influence over public policy in America they have gained through media ownership and by financing the conservative movement.
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