Saturday, May 15, 2010

Korean Cult Owned UPI Comment On Japanese Base

I've just been reading the latest Trumpet Weekly (May 9-15). (Note: Link will download it onto your computer.) Page 6 contains an article from United Press International (UPI) about Japan setting up a Self Defense Force base in Djibouti to guard ships from Somali pirates.

What I find interesting in this article is the fact that UPI is now owned by the Unification Church, just one of many organizations controlled by this group. Their members are often referred to as Moonies, named after their leader Sun Myung Moon. It is widely regarded as a cult. Some of their heretical beliefs are explained here.

It originates from Korea. Korea endured fifty years of Japanese occupation. No wonder UPI would comment on something like that.

1 comment:

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