Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Where the Moon Money Laundry Meets Faith Based Fraud

On Democracy (Moon, the Reverend - self declared) "My dream is to organize a Christian political party including the Protestant denominations, Catholic and all the religious sects. Then, the communist power will be helpless before ours....But when it comes to our age, we must have an automatic theocracy to rue the world. So, we cannot separate the political field from the religious. Democracy was born because people ruled the world, like the Pope does. ...The separation between religion and politics is what Satan likes most." (From MS-366, 9/17/73, Third Directors' Conference, Master Speaks.)
In the 1970s, the Fraser Senate Investigating Committee looked into the "Koreagate" scandal. . . Then-U.S. Representative Donald Fraser said the senate committee discovered that Moonie leaders were told Moon wanted to start political work in the U.S. The Moonies were told that objection to Moon's goals would equal objection to God. (Fraser Committee Report, page 320.) President George Bush was head of the CIA when Koreagate broke in 1976 and knew the above details. Despite that, Bush
(1) Did nothing to oppose the Unification Church's deceptive, coercive, brainwashing tactics or designs on our political system, and (2) In 1995 spoke at a series of Moon rallies in the U.S. and Japan. The rallies were hosted by Mrs. Moon's front group Women's Federation for World Peace (WFWP). (Jolen Chang, "Asian Fortune," March 1995.) Bush received one million pounds for payment according to the "British Daily MailGeorge Bush." ("Bush and '1M from Moonies,' "Daily Mail," September 5, 1995.) George Bush claimed innocence and gave his only interview on the subject to the Moonie owned paper, "The Washington Times." Bush praised the WFPF's "great emphasis on family" and told the "Times:" "Until I see something about the Women's Federation that troubles me, I will continue to encourage them." (Peter McGill, et al, "Ed Schreyer and the Moonies," "Maclean's," October 23, 1995; Andrew Pollack, "Bush Host In Japan Tied To Rev. Moon," "The New York Times," September 4, 1995.) ...
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 connection

Rev. Sun Myung Moon has worked to get Unification Church tentacles into every phase of rightwing politics. Literally hundreds of Moonie front groups bankroll and work with "conservative" politicians. Moonies send out their members to give the false appearance of grassroot support for political causes. Moon's American Freedom Coalition (AFC) staged pro-Gulf War rallies in all fifty states in 1990 and 1991, including a rally of 400 people at the Statue of Liberty. ("Pro-War Rally Near Lady Liberty: 'Let Freedom Ring' 400 Activists Told," "Bergen County Record," February 10, 1991.)

The World Anti-Communist League (WACL) is an international alliance of fascist and Nazi groups, "conservatives," governments and individuals. Frederick Clarkson (Eternal Hostility, Common Courage Press, 1997) writes that the head of the Unification Church in Japan was a member of the WACL board of directors for years. "The Japanese section of WACL, Shokyo Rengo, was founded in 1968 as an alliance between top Unification Church officials and leaders of the Yakuza (Japanese organized crime), notably Yoshio Kodama," according to Clarkson.

....Here we stand... a one party fascist Christo state shoving perpetual war down our throats ...right out of Orwell's 1984


Here WE ALL stand betrayed by our media, our politicians, the party of perpetual prevarication the GOP has become...well, it seems to me that it is time for the Caine Mutiny, we know the false prophets of fraud, the question is do we have the "values" to do anything about it.

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