Thursday, February 16, 2006

Re: [911InsideJobbers] Re: Able Danger BS - exactly as 911insiderjobbers have speculated.....

Google has a gold mine of information about the long time long term
connections between Weldon and Sun Myung Moon's brand of "conservative
christian" flag draped fascist "patriotism."

http://www.google.com/search?q=weldon+%22sun+myung+moon%22&btnG=Search
12,000 responses
http://rense.com/general56/moone.htm

*Rev Moon's Mysterious
Empire...And Influence*
World Affairs Brief
By Joel Skousen
© 2004 Joel Skousen
8-6-4

Rev. Moon of the Korean-based Unification Church, who has at various
times claimed to be the earth's Messiah, has long been considered a
pariah in American politics. Yet, strangely, his influence keeps growing
among establishment types that normally eschew all non-mainstream
influences. The lure tends to be the copious amounts of money the Rev.
Moon has to offer, not directly, but through nice-sounding foundations
and Moon-connected organizations seeking "world peace" and other
do-gooder causes with which establishment types are prone to affiliate.

As Jonathan Kaplan of The Hill said, "Groups such as the Interreligious
and International Federation for World Peace (IIFWP) the Women's
Federation for World Peace (WFWP), the World Culture and Sports Festival
and the Middle East Peace Initiative (MEPI) -- all groups that have been
founded by or are directly affiliated with Moon -- have lured lawmakers,
congressional staffers and various countries, U.N. ambassadors to their
symposiums."

The strangest and most controversial meeting with Moon took place in the
Dirkson Senate office building, arranged by Sen. Warner (R VA). Here's a
revealing description by journalist BILL BERKOWITZ of what took place:
"On the evening of March 23, a group of the Rev. Moon's associates
gathered at the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington. There, the
Rev. presided over a ceremony presenting "Crown of Peace" awards to a
number of honored guests. Several U.S. Congressmen -- Democrats Sen.
Mark Dayton of Minnesota, Rep. Danny K. Davis of Illinois, Rep. Sanford
D. Bishop Jr. of Georgia; Republicans Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett of
Maryland, Rep. Christopher B. Cannon of Utah, and Rep. Curt Weldon of
Pennsylvania -- received "Ambassadors for Peace" awards. [_Congressmen
are always suckers for awards_.]

"Decked-out in a campy floor-length cape, the Rev. Moon was presented
with an ornate gold crown and a lifetime achievement award. Introduced
by a shofar-blowing rabbi, the Rev. told the star-studded audience --
made up of congressional members and a number of religious leaders --
that a "new era" had come: "Open your hearts and receive the secrets
that Heaven is disclosing in this age through me." The Rev. Moon may
have turned a few heads by pointing out that while he is as human as the
next guy, "in the context of Heaven's providence, I am God's ambassador,
sent to earth with His full authority. I am sent to accomplish His
command to save the world's six billion people, restoring them to Heaven
with the original goodness in which they were created." [End of
Berkowitz quote.] Needless to say, all of the Congressmen present and
those who received awards are now very embarrassed for having attended.

Moon has always had much more money and influence that would be possible
for a radical Korean religious crackpot trying to make headway in the
affluent USA. There are hundreds of similar religious preachers who go
nowhere with their religion or attempts to influence. Why is Moon
different? I think it is the hidden sources of money he has, which seem
to be growing at a rate consistent only with dark side government funding.

At first Moon claimed that his income came from selling religious
trinkets in Japan. Part of the story is true, but it certain doesn't
account for the multi-millions he threw into his purchase of the
Washington Times, awash in red ink. Moon has lavished money on various
conservative groups in an attempt to gain access to and credibility with
his target audience. It is my feeling that Moon really is fronting for
our the dark side of government, in its efforts to control the right
wing opposition. It is noteworthy that while the various Moon
publications (Washington Times, Insight Magazine) did a good job growing
their conservative base by criticizing Clinton, they have become virtual
shills for the globalist Bush administration which has continued almost
all of the Clinton policies.

Now, despite outlays of millions each month to keep his empire of think
tanks and foundations afloat, we find that Moon's financial empire has
grown exponentially with the acquisition of automobile factories, import
export businesses, industrial salvage firms and hundreds of other
international interests. These would not be of concern in and of
themselves were it not for Moon's recent use of his shell corporations
to give millions of dollars in aid to communist North Korea, as well as
his purchase of a dozen salvaged Russian missile submarines which also
got into North Korea's arsenal. Here are some details by investigative
reporter Robert Parry, from his new book called, "Rev. Moon, North Korea
and the Bushes":

"The Rev. Sun Myung Moon's business empire, which includes the
conservative Washington Times, paid millions of dollars to North Korea's
communist leaders in the early 1990s when the hard-line government
needed foreign currency to finance its weapons programs, according to
U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency documents.

"The payments included a $3 million "birthday present" to current
communist leader Kim Jong Il and offshore payments amounting to several
tens of million dollars to the previous communist dictator, Kim Il Sung,
the partially declassified documents said.

"Moon apparently was seeking a business foothold in North Korea. But the
transactions also raise legal questions for Moon and could cast a shadow
on George W. Bush's presidential campaign, given the Bush family's
longstanding financial and political ties to Moon and his organization.

"Besides making alleged payments to North Korea's communist leaders, the
80-year-old founder of the South Korean-based Unification Church has
funneled large sums of money, possibly millions of dollars as well, to
former President George H.W. Bush.

"One well-placed former leader of Moon's Unification Church told me that
the total earmarked for former President Bush was $10 million. The
father of the Republican nominee has declined to say how much Moon's
organization actually paid him for speeches and other services in Asia,
the United States and South America.

"The DIA said Moon's organization also delivered money to Kim Il Sung's
son and successor, Kim Jong Il. "In 1993, the Unification Church sold a
piece of property located in Pennsylvania," the DIA reported on Sept. 9,
1994. "The profit on the sale, approximately $3 million was sent through
a bank in China to the Hong Kong branch of the KS [South Korean] company
'Samsung Group.' The money was later presented to Kim Jung Il [Kim Jong
Il] as a birthday present."

"After Kim Il Sung's death in 1994 and his succession by his son, Kim
Jong Il, Moon dispatched his longtime aide, Bo Hi Pak, to ensure that
the business deals were still on track with Kim Jong Il and his
coterie", the DIA reported.

"If necessary, Moon authorized Pak to deposit a second payment for Kim
Jong Il," the DIA wrote. The DIA declined to elaborate on the documents
that it released to me under a Freedom of Information Act request. "As
for the documents you have, you have to draw your own conclusions," said
DIA spokesman, U.S. Navy Capt. Michael Stainbrook." [End of Parry quote.]

Even more disturbing is the fact that DIA documents indicate that one of
Moon's salvage companies bought 12 decommissioned Russian missile
submarines and then transferred them to North Korea. The Washington
Times on May 24, 1994 downplayed the issue in this manner: "A South
Korean foreign ministry official states that the Russian submarines
purchased by North Korea have had their weapon systems removed and are
so obsolete that they are unusable for offensive purposes. The official
indicates that the submarines were purchased for scrap and that of the
12 submarines contracted for, only one has been delivered." All this may
be technically true, but North Korea, as an ally of Russia, certainly
would have access to the means of refurbishing these boats. The North
Koreans certainly didn't buy them as scrap.

Before jumping to the conclusion that Moon is a secret Communist agent,
one must consider the evidence that the US government itself has long
played a role in propping up Communist regimes, even while attacking
them verbally. This fits into globalist purposes, whereby they need a
future antagonist to justify a Third World War. Given Moon's mysterious
and seemingly unlimited funding sources, my analysis leads me to believe
that Moon may be an agent working for and funded by globalist interests,
which also control our own government. Certainly, his actions are in
line with the long-term _modus operandi_ of the globalists to control
both sides of the political spectrum, and to covertly support Communist
plans for war.

Nico Haupt wrote:
>> --- Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht ---
>> Von: "inphoman911" <inphoman911@yahoo.com>
>> An: 911InsideJobbers@yahoogroups.com
>> Betreff: [911InsideJobbers] Re: Able Danger BS - exactly as
>> 911insiderjobbers have speculated.....
>> Datum: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 03:23:34 -0000
>>
>>
>
> I personally didn't trust Weldon from the beginning.
> Therefore the outcome of this propaganda doesn't surprise me either.
> I didn't see any need to contact him.
> The spin was clear from the beginning either.
>
>
>
>>>> Was anyone from insidejobbers in contact with Weldon? Has he been
>>>>
> duped, blackmailed, bought off, or was he no good from the start?
>
> --- In 911InsideJobbers@yahoogroups.com, "Nico Haupt"
> <nicohaupt@...> wrote:<<<
>
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Was anyone from insidejobbers in contact with Weldon? Has he been
> duped, blackmailed, bought off, or was he no good from the start?
>
> --- In 911InsideJobbers@yahoogroups.com, "Nico Haupt"
> <nicohaupt@...> wrote:
> >
> > > --- Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht ---
> > > Von: Bill Giltner <bill.giltner@...>
> > > An: 911InsideJobbers@yahoogroups.com
> > > Betreff: [911InsideJobbers] Able Danger BS - exactly as
> 911insiderjobbers
> > > have speculated.....
> > > Datum: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 18:40:33 -0600
> >
> >
> > thx for this posting and good catch.
> >
> > We started a critical experiment at team8plus, some months ago,
> > by following carefully the able danger spins , by also comparing
> the content
> > with our own research on the suspect plotline.
> >
> > This was risky, because we did not want of getting confused with
> the
> > "AD-overhypers", but it kinda worked out.
> > Most members understood the idea and it didn't backfire yet.
> > For this list here i decided a general off-topic or critical
> comments on
> > that matter only.
> >
> >
> > Curt Weldon's statement, his ties with Moon and other strange
> developments
> > within this obscure development of the AD -PR also was also
> understood
> > clearly at 911Inside Jobbers.
> >
> >
> > The results so far are at:
> > "Able Danger" vs. Curt Weldon- Propaganda Hoax or Truth?
> > started on Aug 10 2005
> > last thread:
> > http://www.team8plus.org/forum_viewtopic.php?6.800.70
> >
> >
> > > Shaffer's written testimony:
> > >
> > > "If we are to win this war on terrorism........"
> > >
> > http://www.abledangerblog.com/2006/02/shaffers-written-testimony-
> is-must.html
> > >
> >
> > --
> > Telefonieren Sie schon oder sparen Sie noch?
> > NEU: GMX Phone_Flat http://www.gmx.net/de/go/telefonie
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