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'문선명 통일교 내분'에 해당되는 글 3건

  1. 2010.03.08 문선명 그는 누구 (1)
  2. 2010.03.07 문선명 통일교 재산 -펌
  3. 2010.03.04 문선명 통일교 내분 = Lawsuit Alleges Washington Times Power Struggle
통일교2010.03.08 18:15
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얼마전 90세 생일잔치를 한 문선명 통일교 총재는 1920년생으로 사실은 우리나이로 91세입니다
문선명은 기독교계에서 이단종교로 규정되며 이단 삼단논쟁을 불러 일으켰지만 큰 족적을 남겼음은 분명합니다
문선명 그는 누구인가 알아보기 위해 인터넷을 뒤졌지만 대부분의 백과사전을 통일교 신자들이 점령, 문선명을 메시아로 묘사하고 있어 객관적인 내용을 찾기가 힘들었습니다
일단 백과사전을 둘러보고 차차 객관적 평가를 찾아 올리도록 하겠습니다


서울에서 중학교를 마치고 1943년 일본 와세다대학[早稻田大學] 부설공고를 졸업했다. 8·15해방 후 일본에서 귀국해 종교운동을 시작했으며, 1946년 평양에서 신비주의 운동을 일으켜 1948년에 함흥감옥에 구속되었다가 6·25전쟁중 월남했다. 그후 1954년 5월 서울에 세계기독교통일신령협회를 창설하고 교주가 되었다. 1957년에는 〈원리강론 原理講論〉을 완성해 교리적 체계를 갖추어 대규모의 전도활동을 폈으며, 그 이듬해부터 해외선교를 시작했다. 1971년 통일사상연구원·주간종교사, 1972년 세계통일부흥단, 1973년 세계평화교수 아카데미, 국제문화재단, 1975년 미국 통일신학교 등을 창설했다. 1975년까지 미국 리커대학교, 아르헨티나 라플라타대학교 및 미국 버디언대학교에서 수학하면서 명예법학박사학위를 받았으며, 1985년에는 미국 성서신학대학에서 명예신학박사 학위를 받았다. 1977년 과 1982년 미국에서 〈뉴스 월드 News World〉와 〈워싱턴 타임스 Washington Times〉를, 1989년 한국에서 〈세계일보〉를 창간하는 등 언론·출판 활동도 전개하고 있다. 1991년 한국뿌리찾기연합회 총재를 맡고 있다. 수상 경력으로는 브라질 국민문화공로십자훈장이 있고, 저서에 〈원리강론〉·〈통일사상〉이 있다.→ 세계기독교통일신령협회
원본보기 http://enc.daum.net/dic100/contents.do?query1=b08m0732a

문선명(文鮮明; 음력 1920년 1월 6일, 양력 2월 25일~ , 평안북도 정주군 출생)은 대한민국의 종교인으로, 통일교 즉, 세계기독교통일신령협회(세계평화통일가정연합의 전신)의 창시자이며 최고 목회자이다. 현재의 공식직함은 세계평화통일가정연합의 총재이다.

그는 1957년 만들어진 원리강론을 통해서 구원은 내세가 아닌 현세에서의 실천을 통해 완성된다는 새로운 신학적 교리를 만들었으며, 이러한 교리를 바탕으로 세워진 통일교는 종교적 활동뿐 아니라 정치, 경제, 사회, 교육, 문화, 스포츠, 사상에 이르기까지 폭넓은 활동을 전개하고 있다.

그의 영향력은 대한민국보다는 오히려 미국, 일본 등의 세계 각국에서 더 강하다.[1] 1960년대 이래로 현재까지 두익사상에 의한 남북통일을 주장하며 [2] 반공 및 승공 운동을 벌여왔다.[3]

1990년 구 소련의 당시 공산당 서기장이었던 미하일 고르바초프와 회동을 가지고, 1991년조선민주주의인민공화국의 당시 주석 김일성과 의형제를 맺고 한국의 통일 방안을 논의하는 등 세계 각국의 여러 고위 정치인들과 만남을 통해, 초종교, 초국경, 세계평화 활동에 주력하고 있다.[4]

2009년 1월 30일 구순을 맞아, 천주청평수련원에서 개최된, 생일잔치에는 세계각국의 사절 1천여 명이 축하객으로 참석하였고, 김정일 북한 국방위원장도 90년 된 산삼을 보내와 세간의 화제가 되기도 했다. 2009년 3월 10일에는 국내 최대 출판사 중 하나인 김영사가 문총재 자신이 전 생애를 돌아보며 직접 구술한 최초의 저서인 "평화를 사랑하는 세계인으로"를 출간하였다
원본보기 http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EB%AC%B8%EC%84%A0%EB%AA%85

Sun Myung Moon (born January 6, 1920) is the Korean founder and leader of the worldwide Unification Church. He is also the founder of many other organizations and projects involved in political, cultural, artistic, mass-media, educational, public service, and other activities. One of the best-known of these is the conservative Washington Times newspaper.[1] He is famous for holding blessing ceremonies, often referred to as "mass weddings".

Moon has said, and it is believed by many Unification Church members, that he is the Messiah and the Second Coming of Christ and is fulfilling Jesus' unfinished mission.[2][3] He has been among the most controversial modern religious leaders, both for his religious beliefs and for his social and political activism.[4]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_Myung_Moon
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[現] 세계평화통일가정연합 총재

출생 : 1920년 01월 06일 (평북 정주)
직업 : 종교인
학력 : 미국 버나디언대 명예법학박사
아르헨티나 라플라타대 명예법학박사
경력 : 브라질 프로축구팀 세네(CENE) 창단
세계평화통일가정연합 총재
(97년 6월 세계기독교통일신령협회가 세계평화통일가정연합으로 개칭)
http://focus.chosun.com/people/peopleView.jsp?id=20107

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통일교2010.03.07 21:10
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문선명자녀거주 통일교 한남동공관 종교시설인가 ? : 주인바껴도 등록세-취득세 한푼 안내

http://andocu.tistory.com/3793

문선명 후계지명 막전막후 - 15분 극비동영상 있다 : '구중궁궐에서 무슨 일이'

http://andocu.tistory.com/2747

2010/07/22 - [통일교] - 통일교 황태자와 권총녀 '총 사세요' - 흑자규모 엄청 튀겼다

2010/06/10 - [통일교] - 총기회사 섹시권총녀, 알고보니 문선명 며느리
 

[이사진] MB를 바라보는 김준규 검찰총장의 묘한 눈빛 - 조선일보 최순호기자  http://andocu.tistory.com/3955


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출처 http://zombi.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=B000001&listStyle=Gallery&wr_id=219619


통일교2010.03.04 12:26
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Lawsuit Alleges Washington Times Power Struggle

Washington City Paper, Washington D.C./January 18, 2010

By Erik Wemple

Victims of the recent purge at the Washington Times have walked away with a shell-shocked sensation. As in, What the hell just happened here?

Consider: After riding out some really bad times, the paper all of a sudden ousts its visionary top management and then announces layoffs as deep as 40 percent. And when it comes time to hand out the pink slips, the cuts end up slashing the newsroom more deeply, by about 60 percent.

Thanks to the tremendous reporting of TPM LiveWire, we know that the cuts at the Washington Times followed a fascinating struggle within the reigning family of the Unification Church. According to TPM, Hyun-jin Moon-aka Preston Moon, the polished, MBA-holding son of church leader the Rev. Sun Myung Moon-"acted without his father's blessing" in gutting the newspaper. Preston Moon had reportedly lost out to his brother, the similarly named Hyung-jin Moon, in the quest to succeed Sun Myung Moon as the church's top leader; he took "unilateral action" with regard to the Washington Times, reports TPM.

Richard A. Steinbronn is adding a bit more detail to that narrative. A lawyer who resides in Herndon, Steinbronn would appear an unlikely route to enlightenment on the inner workings of the Unification Church and its business holdings. Yet he served as secretary and in-house legal counsel for Unification Church International (UCI) from the mid-1990s until September 2008.

At which point, he claims, he was wrongfully terminated. That's according to a suit he filed last month in D.C. Superior Court-a nearly 50-page complaint that spans 343 enumerated paragraphs and features more specifics on the activities of Moon family-related entities than you could ever want, let alone understand.

It's long been known that the Washington Times has lived off of subsidies provided by various business entities connected to the Unification Church. Several years back, media accounts placed the amount of the subsidy at $1 billion; recently, the estimates have risen as high as $2 billion.

Whatever the amounts, we've always known the core reality of Washington Times budgeting: As soon as someone decided to turn off the spigot, the paper would wither.

As Steinbronn's filing outlines, the Washington Times' evisceration essentially began in the summer of 2009. That's when, in the words of the complaint, "UCI's founder suggested that two more directors be considered for positions on the UCI board." And when "UCI's founder" offered such "suggestions," the document notes, they were viewed as "having paramount significance." In other words, no one messes with Sun Myung Moon.

The complaint continues: Two UCI directors, Douglas Joo and Peter H. Kim, then called for a special meeting on July 12, 2009, to elect the directors suggested by the founder. Joo and Kim got their meeting all right, but they were the only ones there. Preston Moon and two others didn't show, and the session adjourned for a lack of a quorum.

Weeks later, on Aug. 2, the board held a meeting and ousted Joo and Kim. Straight from the filing: "On August 3, 2009, the day after Mr. Joo and Mr. Kim were removed from the UCI board, News World Communications LLC notified its subsidiary, The Washington Times LLC (TWT), of new restrictions on TWT's ability to seek financing and funding, and new restrictions prohibiting TWT from engaging legal counsel without prior written OK from NWC LLC's legal counsel....In the following weeks, various other actions were taken at TWT, including amending TWT's operating agreement in ways that increased the control NWC LLC had over day to day operations at TWT."

More stuff on the Washington Times, as alleged by Steinbronn:

  • In mid-August 2009, Washington Times Publisher Thomas McDevitt, the guy who had ushered in an era of optimism at the paper coinciding with the hiring of editor John Solomon, was removed from the paper's board.
  • Sometime in the fall of 2009, Jonathan Slevin, the current publisher of the Washington Times, became the "sole director" of News World Communications.
  • The changes at Washington Times came at the direction of Preston Moon and others.

And, finally, Steinbronn's takeaway: "On information and belief, these actions taken at TWT at the direction of Mr. Slevin and UCI management are damaging the business reputation and value of TWT as a historic, strategic asset of the UCI group."

Now there's a matter for moot court. Given the (unchallenged) estimates about how much cash the paper has gobbled up in its nearly 30-year history, calling it an "asset" of any sort is a stretch. And calling it a "historic" asset presupposes that the good old days of Wes Pruden's Washington Times, the days when the choice of news stories screamed of ideological bias, the days of scare quotes around "gay marriage," and the days of a petulant refusal to print the word "gay" in constant favor of "homosexual"-carried social and financial value.

Steinbronn can be excused for overvaluing a property for which he worked more than a decade. As to whether the pro se plaintiff, a Unification Church member, has accurately described the internal moves that led up to the debasement of the Washington Times, well, that's a tricky question.

Steinbronn did not respond to two calls for comment on his complaint. A lawyer for one of the defendants did not immediately return a call for comment.

Regardless of whether the Unification Church establishment refutes Steinbronn's narrative, it sure does appear concerned that his allegations will leak into the public realm. In a Dec. 22 filing, two weeks after Steinbronn's complaint, defendant Times Aerospace USA LLC (TA USA), one of the church-related entities housed in the Washington Times building on New York Avenue NE, appealed to the court to seal Steinbronn's complaint. The motion reads, "Plaintiff's Complaint contains numerous allegations derived in whole or part from his having acted as the in-house counsel for TA USA and UCI and reveals the confidences and secrets of his former clients." Steinbronn, according to the motion, has raised no objection to sealing his complaint.

Hell, the Unification people even detailed the parts of the Steinbronn complaint that they are most worried about becoming public. Just so the public can have a reasonable discussion of whether the court should seal these portions, let's provide a capsule summary of them:

  • "Secrets and confidences related to defendant Huyn Jin Moon's election as UCI Director and President."

OK, in this part of the complaint that so scares the church, Steinbronn alleges that in April 2006, Preston Moon was elected as UCI chairman, president, and CEO. It also says that he was the first UCI president to receive a salary "as UCI president." The complaint later notes that a section of the District's nonprofit law "prohibits the payment of dividends and distributions of income to directors and officers."

  • "Secrets and confidences related to changes of the UCI board in 2009."

OK, in this part of the complaint that so scares the church, Steinbronn runs through the narrative that precedes the dismantling of the Washington Times, as abridged above.

  • "Secrets and confidences related to business strategy of UCI subsidiaries."

OK, in this part of the complaint that so scares the church, Steinbronn discusses personnel changes at the Washington Times board and at that of its parent company, News World Communications, not to mention key happenings at an entity called Times Aerospace International LLC, not to be confused with Times Aerospace USA LLC (note the absence of "International" in that one!), or with Washington Times Aviation LLC, or with Washington Times Aviation USA LLC, or with Times Aviation USA LLC. Not that anyone ever would!

  • "Secrets and confidences related to UCI board governance and sales of UCI assets."

OK, in this part of the complaint that so scares the church, Steinbronn talks about a whole bunch of UCI biz, including the possibility that UCI upper management "may be planning to sell certain rural property held by New Hope Farm in West Virginia and Virginia, and other properties held in the UCI group." Wouldn't want the public to know about the possible sale of cow pastures!

Through all of his exacting allegations about Unificationia, Steinbronn sounds pissed. The complaint alleges that on Aug. 18, 2009, he was called to a meeting in New York state. He went. When he got back, he found that the locks of his Falls Church office had been changed. A struggle for files-both personal and professional-ensued.

The suit asks for all kinds of damages, monetary and otherwise, including "an accounting of UCI and all subsidiaries, to determine the extent of any improper use or expenditure of funds or property."