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  1. DarrylS

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    Came across this information on another site, found it interesting that in her view only lesbians and extreme feminists oppose this.. interestingly Rev. Moon has rather lofty ideals for his religious colleges, control certification of those professions that need it..reminds me of the Cartoon Pink and the Brain, what are we going to tonight Rev. Moon, we are going to take over the world.

    http://www.freedomofmind.com/resourcecenter/groups/m/moonies/fraser-report/index20.html

    Moon: "Once we can control two or three universities, then we will be on the way to controlling the certification for the major professions in the United States."

    http://www.theness.com/articles.asp?id=60

    I recently strolled through a series of ramshackle buildings along Long Island Sound, at the south end of Bridgeport - decaying and abandoned buildings, deserted and silent streets. Was this the aging Pequonnic Apartments, or the decrepit Marina Village?

    No. It was the University of Bridgeport (UB). The University of Bridgeport after the Unification Church of Sun Myung Moon acquired control of it in 1992. The group is popularly known as the “Moonies,” and to many minds, it is the very definition of a cult.

    No mention of this insidious cult’s ownership is in any of the institutions documentation. The result of the take-over is a gutting of the school’s credibility and a bastardization of its curriculum. They have introduced a series of pseudoscientific and alternative medical programs into the university, taking the lead in the encroachment of such unsubstantiated and dangerous programs which continue to grow and gain credibility within our higher educational system. Moreover, this now cult infused institution, continues to be accredited by the state. Still claiming to be non-sectarian, Bridgeport University has succumbed to the increasing wave of irrationality which threatens American education. In UB’s case, this incursion is made more odious by the fact that a cult is steering the course.

    First chartered in 1947 (Schaffer, 52), UB once thrived, boasting over 9000 students. This sad shell of a university now has barely over 1200 full time enrollments.

    http://www.tparents.org/UNews/Unws0504/carp-true-love.htm

    There have been many organizations to tackle these problems, however, Rev. Sun Myung Moon is the first to establish academics strictly for this cause. In 1999, he established the first Pure Love Studies Major at Sun Moon University. It is not only to educate the youth about the values of purity, but to help them actualize a culture of pure love, so they can make a world where people can live a life of pure love. The students are also nurtured to become leaders who can spread these values and messages and to help educate and guide world leaders in this endeavor.

    In order to do this, it first guides the students to substantiate these values by helping them realize the importance of a life of purity. They also receive training and practice throughout their 4 years of study. After graduating, they will go overseas and become Pure Love Missionaries for 4 years, educating and spreading its message and also assist Peace Ambassadors to help realize a world of peace where true love can be actualized.

    In a world where self-individualism is becoming rampant, the message of purity hasn't always been received with great fanfare. Mishuku Nikkuni, a senior in pure love studies, admitted, "Sometimes it's hard because not everyone agrees with our thought. Of course there are those that oppose us like lesbians and extreme feminists."

    In a world where self-individualism is becoming rampant, the message of purity hasn't always been received with great fanfare. Mishuku Nikkuni, a senior in pure love studies, admitted, "Sometimes it's hard because not everyone agrees with our thought. Of course there are those that oppose us like lesbians and extreme feminists."
     
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    WOW, Fog Buster has got a lot of li, ahh explaining to do this morning. His fingers are going to be awful sore from all that typing. :eek:
     
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    What more can I say??!!!!



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    Expected response, when confronted with facts act like an complete idiot.
     
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    [size=+2]Thanks for the FREE advertising!!!! :D

    Please, please, please bump often. Early and often!!!

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    Now, now. Personal attacks are NOT allowed. Don't make me flag you for conduct unbecoming.


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    Other interesting article on how George Bush and the so call Faith Based Initiative is pouring money into this church, some call it a cult.. this all seems a little too cheeky for me, no wonder this gov't drives up the deficit..

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2004/10/03/MNG4M936HP1.DTL

    At least four longtime operatives of Moon's Unification Church are on the federal payroll or getting government grants in the administration's Healthy Marriage Initiative and other "faith-based" programs.

    At the Oakland seminar, Josephine Hauer, a graduate of the Rev. Moon's Unification Theological Seminary in New York and a newly hired "marriage specialist" with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, worked the crowd of ministers and church workers packed into a stuffy room.

    Last month, Evans and his partners won a $366,179 grant from the Bush administration's Compassion Capital Fund -- part of the latest $45 million in social service contracts given to churches and community groups from the program this year.

    Free Teens USA, an after-school program in New Jersey promoting abstinence until marriage, has been given $475,000 by the federal Health Resources and Services Administration, another part of the Department of Health and Human Services. Free Teens is led by Richard Panzer, another alumnus of Unification Theological Seminary. Panzer was also a leader in the American Constitution Committee, one of many political organizations affiliated with Moon.

    Another longtime political operative in Moon front groups, David Caprara, now directs the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives for the federal government's Corporation for National and Community Service. That agency runs, among other things, AmeriCorps Vista, which works with community organizations in low-income neighborhoods, and has emerged as a key player in Bush's faith-based initiative, handing out $61 million to faith-based organizations in fiscal year 2003.
     
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    Typical Foggy Bottom Response when confronted with with something he can't explain away.
     
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    Uh-h-h, Mr. Rhode Island already said that. Don't you have anything original to say, or are you just a lemming drone who follows whatever society tells you to do?? No need to answer, I already know.


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    Bump.

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    Step 2 will be to blame Bill Clinton.. expected.
     
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    Billy Blue Dress has nothing, nada, zilch to do with the Unification movement. He and Hillary may have received the same blessing the Bush families did, but he is still in a "long-term deep learning" phase. Kind of like a first-degree Mason, with about 32 more steps to go.


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    But the Bush family has certainly blessed the Uni movement with cash, it is all about the cash isn't it.. mo money, mo money, mo money.
     
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    All right, then. You can be the first person in human history to build a university with [size=+3] NO Money!!![/size]

    Go ahead, Mr. Smarty-pants!! :woohoo:

    We're all waiting to see your results!!

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    Bridgeport University has succumbed to the increasing wave of irrationality which threatens American education.


    This!
     
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    I don't know about that. UB was rescued from going out of business, and now offers an alternative to today's "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", dopin and bangin climate of "education".

    I say the UB model wins in the end. Bet??


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    Here is a list of his corporations in the US and across the world, seems to me that he could do charitable things for the US without being paid for it, interestingly this was compiled by a right wing group that monitors security issues

    http://www.freedomofmind.com/resourcecenter/groups/m/moonies/front_groups.htm


    Moon Front Groups
    Fact Sheet
    This list is the latest revision of the front group list originally created in June 1981 by the Ex-Moon Organization of business names of companies owned, operated, and/or controlled by the Moon organization or Moon followers. This list is for information purposes only so the public can make an informed decision as to whether they want to do business with these companies.

    This list also contains numerous listings of groups that may or may not be in existence today. We have marked organizations known to be defunct by the following symbol (#). We have marked those organizations known to be very active by this symbol (*). In the case of businesses, these have a tendency to change location or just cease doing business. Most of the organizations listed are still active. However, it is possible that some businesses may no longer be affiliated with the Unification Movement, particularly businesses created by people who were recruited into the movement and later left. If it can be determined that there is someone who is no longer involved with Moon, please contact us.
    Revision April 2007. Previous revision: September, 2006
    Original June 1980, Ex-Moon Organization




    Moon Business Fronts (USA)
    The following businesses are listed according to States for your convenience. Keep in mind, however, that we may not be aware of all locations in which these businesses have branches. Therefore, it is advisable to check the entire listing. Each company listed is considered a Closely Associated Entity of the Unification Movement. These are companies owned, operated or controlled by the Unification Movement or its members. In many cases they are businesses started by UC members. Some members start their own businesses others are the figurehead owners to conceal links to the Unification Movement.

    Alabama:


    Alabama Tokyo Express, Inc. # Montgomery Company owns Sakurabana Japanese
    Restaurant. Secretary of State records indicate company was dissolved 05/28/93.
    International Oceanic Enterprises, Inc. of Alabama #
    Lea Productions * P.O. Box 369, Irvington, AL 36544, 205 602 0655
    Sosa, Inc. #
    Sunrise Fisheries, Inc. * Owns commercial fishing vessel Ocean Hope II. Bayou La Batre
    True World Foods, Inc. of Alabama * Formerly known as International Oceanic Enterprises, Inc.
    U.S. Marine Inc. * Bayou La Batre. Wholly owned by U.S. Marine Corp. It is a holding
    company for Master Marine, Inc. which builds boats.

    Alaska:


    Alaska Akaihana Corp. * Owns Akaihana Restaurant at 930 W. 5th Ave. Anchorage This company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Universal Restaurant Corporation.
    Angel Garden, Inc. *
    International Marine Protein, Inc. – Wholly owned by International Seafoods of Alaska, Inc.
    International Seafoods of Alaska, Inc * Kodiak, a wholly owned subsidiary of True World Group, Inc.
    Kodiak Island Charters *
    Ocean Enterprises of Alaska, Inc. * Owns the Power House Restaurant in Kodiak.
    Ocean Peace, Inc. * Wholesale fish company that owns the vessel Ocean Peace. Company is 80% owned by U.S. Marine Corp. and 20% owned by Happy World, Inc.
    Top Ocean, Inc. * Company owns fishing vessels Top Ocean and Top Ocean II. Both vessels are 308ft. in length with Kodiak as their homeport.
    True World Restaurant of Alaska, LLC * True World Restaurant, Inc.
    True North Adventures, Inc. of Alaska * Sixty percent owned by World Carp, Inc. and forty percent owned by United Vision Group, Inc.
    True World Travel of Alaska, LLC * This is a New Jersey LLC that is wholly owned by True World Market, Inc. of Delaware. The company owns the Russian Heritage Inn located in Kodiak.
    US Marine Corporation * Company owns commercial fishing vessels running out of Alaska including Green Hope, One Ocean, Ocean Hope One and Ocean Hope Three.
     
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    Now, if Steve Hassan and his fellow travelers ever provided some figures on profit/loss of all these ventures you'd see that almost all of them have been a net drain, operating at net loss, during their entire time of operation. That's beginning to change now, but just because Rev. Moon started hundreds of enterprises does not mean ANY money is being made; in fact, quite the opposite: these ventures have simply COST a lot of money over the past 40 years.

    This is changing, though. Watch out!!!! :D


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    Couldn't you call any church a cult though, really?
     
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    Got that right.
    Few on this forum push and plug their stupid religion like Fogbuster. He does it on purpose, though. He enjoys these discussions of his particularly evil NWO cult and it's bizarre, money-grubbing freakazoid leader, though. I think he believes that he will be heard by one or two members here and he can add to his quota of recruits for their baby-making organization. It's possible, I guess. Cst a big net and you're bound to get a couple of suckers.
     

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