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Sons Rise in a Moon Shadow

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By Donald Kirk

Forbes, April 10, 2010

Days before the Reverend Moon Sun-Myung (right) turned a spry 90 in February, a pair of his sons prominently joined him to inaugurate the new Unification World Headquarters Church in Seoul. The splendid five-floor structure has a marbled lobby, an all-embracing prayer room with Islamic inscriptions and portraits of Christ, Buddha and Confucius, and a main hall large enough to hold 1,200 of the faithful.

The two brothers, Moon Kook-Jin, 40, and Moon Hyung-Jin, at 30 the youngest of the Rev. Moon’s seven sons and seven daughters, represent the best hopes for infusing new fervor into the Unification empire as both a business and a religion. The father and his 67-year-old wife, the flock’s “True Parents,” as they call themselves, now live mainly in Korea, sequestered in their “palace” nestled in mountains halfway between Seoul and the demilitarized zone.

Obviously, much remains of a movement that had peaked by the time the 1997–98 Asian financial crisis devastated the Tongil Foundation, the core Moon business group in Korea. Many of those packing the new hall to pray, applaud and sing along with the man who would be messiah were donors to the $100 million project, which adjoins a modern apartment complex on a prime site near the historic U.S. military headquarters.

But revival, both financial and spiritual, is the mission now. The business empire cum religious movement slowly disintegrated for years. These days Kook-Jin and Hyung-Jin are working in tandem–Kook-Jin turning the nonprofit Tongil group into a viable if secondary chaebol or conglomerate, pumping funds into the church and educational enterprises while Hyung-Jin revs up a congregation once in danger of becoming old and moribund.

Yet the stirrings in Korea find this dynamic duo at odds with an older brother in the U.S., Hyun-Jin, whose Unification Church International (UCI) operation there has grown removed from them and, it would seem, from their father. UCI apparently is not donating funds into the American branch of the church, led by sister In-Jin, 44.

Kook-Jin, as chairman of Tongil, sits at its headquarters in Seoul’s prosperous Mapo ward several miles from the new church. Raised as Justin in the U.S., he came into the post nonsalaried but with a living allowance that supports him, his wife and four children in a posh residential district–with a mandate to plug the money drain. “We’re starting with the people based on job descriptions and job qualifications,” he begins a conversation in his 11th-floor office suite. “I looked at the staffing independent of whether these individuals were church members.”

Kook-Jin ordered new it systems, streamlined work flow, brought in “a lot of professionals.” Above all, he jettisoned losing companies, stripping the Tongil group down from 34 to 15 with an emphasis on leisure activities, apartment complexes and construction projects. Then there’s the Ilwha Company, which makes pharmaceuticals, ginseng tea and a barley drink called McCol. Ginseng is long identified with Moon, and Ilwha’s nonfamily president won a nod in March from the Blue House for outstanding Korean business management since the company was rescued from receivership after 1998.

Of the Tongil entities, only Ilshin Stone, which has a quarry in Korea, is publicly traded. After losing heavily as late as 2006, it made $1 million in 2009 on sales of nearly $50 million, but these were down from better numbers posted in 2008.

At the same time, the foundation finances about 20 religious and educational institutions, including the Sunmoon University, 40 miles southeast of Seoul, and the Little Angels, a song-and-dance group that the Rev. Moon’s longtime top aide and soul mate, Pak Bo Hi, is taking on a tour to the U.S. in June. And, of course, Tongil donates to the church, though how much, and whether by personal or corporate channels, is not clear.

http://www.forbes.com/global/2010/0412/enterprise-moon-sun-myung-spiritual-unification-world-revival_print.html

By Dennis Romero

LA Weekly | Apr. 6 2010

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​Several groups are preparing to demonstrate against a purported neo-Nazi organization that is planning a rally outside City Hall downtown on April 17.

Over the weekend a self-described “coalition of grassroots Los Angeles groups” announced a counter-protest at 10 a.m. that day at Temple and Main streets. The coalition states it will “form a moving picket line around city to oppose racism, sexism and genocide and support human rights and liberation for black, brown, Asian, native, gay, disabled and all poor and working people.”

The Answer Coalition has also announced plans to counter the noontime rally and states that the neo-Nazi group, the National Socialist Movement, has usually been shouted down at urban Southern California events.

“These racists have been organizing rallies in Southern California to attack and harass immigrants,” states the coalition. “But each time, they have been driven away by huge counter-protests.”

The NSM is described as fervently anti-immigrant. Now, if we were neo-Nazis, and we’re not (they rejected our application), we certainly wouldn’t choose the center of one of the most-diverse, most-Latino, most-immigrant-dependent cities in the nation to do our thing.

Then again, maybe they calculated that all the crunchy, “Kumbaya”-singing Angelenos will be at Coachella that weekend.

http://blogs.laweekly.com/ladaily/city-news/groups-counter-nazi-protest/

Prosecutors Played Tape of Hutaree’s David Brian Stone Saying Killing Police Would Deter People from Joining Force

April 8, 2010

Brian Stone, one of the suspects from the Michigan-based group called Hutaree. Stone, accused of plotting to incite a violent revolt against the government, says in a transcript of a secretly recorded audio tape that killing police would deter people from joining the force.

Also see: Hutaree “Heavy Gunner” Denies Role in Death Plot and FBI Agent Had Infiltrated Hutaree

(AP) A Christian militia leader accused of plotting to incite a violent revolt against the government says in a transcript of a secretly recorded audio tape that killing police would deter people from joining the force.

The Associated Press obtained the transcript Thursday. It lists David Brian Stone of rural southern Michigan as saying: “You kill enough cops, you can’t get enough people to take the job.”

Audio clips of the tape also were obtained by CNN and were available Thursday on its Web site. Parts of the tape were played during a March 31 bond hearing in Detroit federal court.

Stone, his two sons, wife and five other suspects face seditious conspiracy and other charges.

Defense attorneys argue their clients are protected by the right to free speech.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/04/08/national/main6376406.shtml?tag=topnews

Alleged Militia Leader Rants on Secretly Recorded Tape

From Susan Candiotti, CNN
April 8, 2010

(CNN) — In a secretly recorded audiotape, the alleged ringleader of an anti-government Michigan militia expresses anger over the “new world order” and the “brotherhood” of law enforcement officers.

“In this nation, we think we are free, but you need a certificate to be born, a license to drive, a permit to build, a number to get a job and even a paper after you die,” says David Bryan Stone Sr., 45, the alleged head of the Hutaree militia, accused of conspiring to overthrow the government and plotting to kill police officers.

“These are permission slips from the terrorists organization called the new world order,” Stone says in the tape, which was recorded clandestinely by an FBI agent who infiltrated the militia and obtained exclusively by CNN.

Government prosecutors played the recording during an April 2 bond hearing for alleged Hutaree members, arguing that the defendants would be a danger to the community and a flight risk if they were freed on bail before trial.

A federal magistrate in Detroit, Michigan, agreed and ordered eight militia suspects to be held in jail pending their trial.

Stone, his sons, Joshua, 21, and David Brian Stone Jr., 19; as well as the eldest Stone’s wife, Tina Stone, 44, have been charged with seditious conspiracy, attempted use of weapons of mass destruction, teaching the use of explosive materials and possessing a firearm during a crime of violence.

Joshua John Clough, 28; Kristopher Sickles, 27; Michael David Meeks, 40; Jacob Ward, 33; and Thomas Piatek, 46, face the same charges. Piatek, of Whiting, Indiana, is being held in Indiana.

The eight ordered held in Michigan have pleaded not guilty.

Prosecutors said the tape was recorded last winter when Hutaree members were driving to Kentucky for a meeting with other militias but were forced to turn back due to bad weather. Stone allegedly gave a speech inside the van.

“People in this nation as well as some around this world are waiting for those individuals like you see sitting in this room to actually make the decision to go to war against this evil, greedy new world order,” Stone says on the tape.

“They need leaders who are not afraid to stand up and actually mean, ‘No more.’ We are free and we should not be afraid or ashamed to admit that we are the American militia. We outnumber them. As long as we let them terrorize any American through fear and intimidation, then they are winning this battle and we should step up to the fight that they have started and finish it.”

Defense attorneys dismissed the tape as just talk — words protected under freedom of speech.

But prosecutors have portrayed the Hutaree militia as a dark-hearted group with evil intent. They said Stone’s plan was to create his own country carved out of four Michigan counties, then defend that country against attack by the “One World Order” army.

The group allegedly planned to incite that attack by making a false 911 complaint, shooting any police who responded, and then attacking attendees at the funerals of those officers with improvised explosive devices.

“Every day, we watch ever so close for those evil blue helmets to appear on our streets — but as long as through Interpol, law enforcement mercenaries called the brotherhood working for the new world order are doing such a great job, then we don’t need to watch for these foreign armies to come to our shores. They are already here,” Stone says.

Conviction on the charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction would carry a maximum penalty of life in prison, while seditious conspiracy and teaching the use of explosive materials each would carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison; the firearm charge would carry a mandatory minimum penalty of at least five years in prison, according to authorities.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/04/08/michigan.militia/

By E. EDUARDO CASTILLO (AP)

MEXICO CITY — A Mexican official says Survivor producer Bruce Beresford-Redman is a suspect in his wife’s death after reporting her missing in the resort city of Cancun.

The official says the body of Monica Beresford-Redman was found Thursday in a gutter at the swanky Moon Palace resort where they were on a family vacation.

The official at the attorney general’s office in Quintana Roo state, where Cancun is located, spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media about the case.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP’s earlier story is below.

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A Mexican official says the wife of “Survivor” producer Bruce Beresford-Redman is missing in Cancun.

The official says Beresford-Redman told police his wife Monica left the Moon Palace Hotel on Monday and has not returned.

The official at the attorney general’s office in Quintana Roo state, where Cancun is located, spoke Thursday on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media about the case.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gQnCfC9l9zwgvT2Eax6MNG0RFFrwD9EV0OQ02

Postscript: “Meisel, Melissa. ‘MTV’s Tangerine-Flake, Streamline Baby, via New Jersey’, The New York Times, June 26, 2005. Accessed August 2, 2007:  “MTV’s popular (and radical) car makeover show, which is just starting its second full season, was created by two Woodcliff Lake natives who never got over the culture of the high school parking lot. Besides, back in 1989, Bruce Beresford-Redman drove a Cadillac Hearse, while his buddy Rick Hurvitz piloted a 1972 lime-green Oldsmobile Delta 88. ‘As far as we know, everybody appreciated the irony,’ Mr. Beresford-Redman said of his Pascack Hills classmates in a recent e-mail exchange.”

A text book written to teach German schoolchildren about Britain ahead of the Nazi invasion has come to light.

Telegraph | 08 Apr 2010

The book is mostly written in English suggesting it may have been intended to prepare future generations for rule in a Nazi government. It was published in 1942 – at the height of the German expansion across Europe.

The work portrays Adolf Hitler as a “great peacemaker” and even suggested Britain had sought an alliance with Germany. The book is decorated with a picture of Stratford-upon-Avon and attempts to give an insight into British cultural icons, including Shakespeare. Entitled ‘Hirts Englandkundliches Lesebuch fur die Oberstufe an Oberschulen’ [‘English Textbook theory for Colleges and High Schools’], the text lavishes praise on Hitler.

One section reads: “He made before the German people and the world several offers of peace, in words which were unequivocal, emotional and idealistic. He was called a liar in the world press. He offered France friendship saying that there was no further cause of quarrel between their two peoples. The French press spat on his outstretched hand and increased their military strength.”

The book makes reference to English countryside and culture, with a picture-postcard view of Stratford-upon-Avon decorating the front cover and a shot of cottage spinning in Thaxted, Essex, inside. Even Elizabeth I and Shakespeare get the Nazi treatment, with pages dedicated to the latter’s role as literary and cultural icon.

One sinister chapter dedicated to foreign policy claims the British people supported fascist Germany and did not want the country defeated. It reads:

“So long as England remains faithful to the general principle of the balance of power, her interests would not be served by Germany being reduced to the rank of a weak power, as this might easily lead to a Franco-Russian predominance equally, if not more, formidable to the British Empire.”

Much of the text book is taken up with a diatribe on the Jews, with chapters devoted to a twisted history of their role in Britain. It reads:

“Today in any audience in Britain, the strongest passion that can be aroused is the passion against corruption of Jewish power. The Jew himself has created anti-Semitism – created it as he has always done, by letting people see him and his methods. Even Hitler was not anti-Semitic before he saw a Jew. It was when they came out into the open when they marched to Hyde Park and tried to drag us to war with Germany when fear made them less cunning, when they revealed themselves to the British people. That was when anti-Semitism was born. When they dared to challenge fascism for the first time in their lives they found a force, a power, and a spirit in Britain which money could not buy.”

Even the British newspapers were not exempt from the increasing power of the Jews, according to the text book.

Part of an essay written by fascist William Joyce, better known as Lord Haw Haw, reads:

“In England it is fashionable to pretend that the Jews have nothing to do with it. The Hebrew influence, however well concealed, is very strong. Papers like the ‘Times’ and the ‘Telegraph’ which represent the high financial interests are naturally dependent on the goodwill of the City. That is to say, they must give the Jews most-favoured-nation treatment. Lord Camrose, of the ‘Daily Telegraph’, claims to be Welsh. His origin is even more obscure than his business methods: but he is certainly connected by marriage with the Rothschild family: and his chief coadjutor, Colonel Lawson, is the descendant of Levi Lawson, later Lord Burnham, the founder of the paper. These two well-known journals depend, like all other British dailies, upon advertisements. “The continental reader may not understand to what an extent this dependency exists in England. No big paper can pay its ways on its sales receipts in Britain. The Jewish needs only threaten to withdraw his advertisements in order to cause panic in the boardroom of the paper in question.”

The rare book is now being sold at Mullock’s auctioneers in Ludlow, Shropshire by a private collector. The book is expected to fetch £150- £200 at the auction on April 15.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/germany/7567083/Nazi-textbook-prepared-schoolchildren-for-England-under-Hitler.html