Subject: Rev. Sun Myung Moon and the Unification Movement
Date: Sun, May 13, 2007 7:53 am
I have found many articles on your site both interesting and enlightening, so was
dismayed to see that your articles on The Reverend Sun Myung Moon were a classic
example of bad investigative journalism . Most astonishing was the extract from the
book of the former Carp member, between, I think, 1992 and 1996, and his hysterical
mother. This account is full of overblown emotion and very subjective and
unsubstantiated personal opinion. The classic "new religious movements are all
evil" mentality which I thought had been largely abandoned. Unificationist
families (many with adult children themselves by now) are healthy, balanced and
well integrated into society, as well as playing an important role in helping and
serving their communities, and are mostly in good communication and relationship
with their families of origin too! Sensationalist stereotypes may make good
reading for some, but may be very far from the truth indeed. I am including some
links to the many and diverse activities of the Unification movement, to provide
some recent information, and enable you to educate yourself!
Dear J. Frances,
Nice try, but no Kupie Doll.
Perhaps another web site would be willing to help you promote your "information" concerning the Moon Man, but I am not one of them.
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