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June 18, 2014, 11:43:40 AM
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A big thank you to Jon Twitch for this excellent summary of previous events and the activities of current front groups. Jon was kind enough to ask me several questions for his article, a challenge I undertook one night last week with relish :)
He didn't use all my responses (I kind of went overboard word-count wise), but I will share my full responses here a little later today. Here is Jon's article: http://www.asiapundits.com/mannam-ipyg-sinchonji-another-cult-front/

And it comes hot on the heels of two more pieces. One by long-time SCJ watcher Zachary Downey:
Updated link (August 2016) on Internet Archive.

And Adam Carr's article which resulted in a couple of threats from a former friend. Welcome aboard Adam:
http://adamrcarr.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/korean-cult-gets-a-facelift/

I'll dig up links later tonight, but I've been told SCJ has taken down the websites of its more recent front groups. That happened just prior to the publication of Jon's article, so all credit must go to Zac and Adam :).

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June 28, 2014, 11:44:12 PM
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Re: The Summit of the World Alliance of Religions for Peace (WARP)
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2014, 11:44:12 PM »
AKA (to Shinchonji members) The Conference For the Unification of Religions

Let the games begin!

http://www.culturaldiplomacy.org/academy/index.php?en_iscd_warp_2014

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In a new era of interreligious discussion and increased inter-faith cooperation, what are the next steps towards World Peace? The South Korean Symposium will address conflict and compromise through inclusive religious and political discussion, in order to promote peace building and communication between divergent factions.

The crucial connections between religion and politics will be addressed, illustrated and deliberated, with an eye towards the ultimate objective of a unified approach to fostering World Peace.
Faith, a personal and communal source of identity, strength and unity, can powerfully influence reconciliation. The Symposium will highlight the importance of inter-faith and political discussion as vital drivers and supporters for World Peace.

Symposium Locations
Based in Seoul, the Symposium will be hosted at a number of important political, historic, and cultural locations across the city, and will consist of excursions to the country's top institutions and landmarks.

Symposium Agenda
The Symposium will employ thorough examinations and in-depth analyses of past and present occurrences of conflict in order to propose solutions and explore the use and potential of inter-faith dialogue to promote discourse with the ultimate goal of world peace promotion. The Symposium will unite religious leaders together with politicians, diplomats, and academics in order to create cultural platforms for dialogue between nation states and leaders; the event will emphasize the necessity for such global players in joining together to commit to open inter-faith dialogue.


The Symposium will focus in particular on the following areas:
Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Judaism in the Global Community
The Role of Inter-faith Dialogue in Peace Building & Reconciliation
Challenges and Opportunities for World Leaders Promoting Inter-faith Dialogue
The Application of Cultural Diplomacy in Promoting Inter-faith Dialogue
Symposium Speakers & Delegates
Speakers and delegates during the symposium will include leading politicians, chief diplomats, leading governmental officials, senior academics, renowned authors, journalists, and celebrated artists. These speakers will include a large number of individuals from the ICD Advisory Board. To learn more about the ICD Advisory Board, please click here.

Speakers for the Symposium include:
President Alfredo Palacio
Former President of Ecuador   President Emil Constantinescu
Former President of Romania   President Álvaro Colom Caballeros
Former President of Guatemala
President Stjepan Mesić
Former President of Croatia   President Abel Pacheco
Former President of Costa Rica   President Armando Calderón Sol
Former President of El Salvador

Symposium Participants
Participation in the conference is by invitation only.

Certificate of Attendance
All Symposium participants will be awarded an official Certificate of Attendance upon completion of the program, which will provide details of the high-profile speakers who took part in the event, and list the topics which were discussed. Each certificate will be signed by two members of the vast ICD Advisory Board.

Participant Papers »
The Conference Committee encourages academic research and analysis of issues related to the goals of the Conference. The Conference Committee would therefore like to welcome the participants of the conference to submit a paper they would like to be considered for presentation at the conference as well as being included in the proposal document that will be issued following the conference and will be sent to all governments and leaders of the international community worldwide.

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June 29, 2014, 05:54:00 PM
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Re: The Summit of the World Alliance of Religions for Peace (WARP)
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2014, 05:54:00 PM »
Lee denies being a religious leader in this piece. Technically, he's correct: he's a cult leader not a religious leader, but I'm sure members of Shinchonji consider him a religious leader, although they might have been recently trained to keep that to themselves.

Peace is Possible!: HWPL International Leaders Brunch
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World peace may seem like a far off dream.  For Mr. Man Lee, founder of Heavenly Culture, World Peace (HWPL)  and Korean War veteran on his tenth world tour as a peace activist, world peace is possible.  Along with Ms. Maria Kim, founder of the International Women’s Peace Group, Mr. Lee organized an International Leaders Brunch on May 16th.  Brunch attendees included world political leaders like ambassadors and politicians, community organizers and religious leaders such as ministers.  Although all of these people are very powerful and influential, the speakers talked about the important roles everyday people- especially kids and teenagers- play in changing the world.

Medea Benjamin, founder of CODE Pink: Women for Peace AND Global Exchange, and international human rights organization. shared an important lesson that highlights the messages all of the speakers shared: No one is my enemy.   Through talking, we can turn individuals into our friends.

Tarek Elgawhary of the CoExist Foundation encouraged collaboration for a peaceful world.  Girls in America, he said, can be role models for girls in other nations by educating and empowering themselves.  Citing Malala as an example, Tarek stated girls can’t give up and if they keep moving forward, they can make change for themselves and for future generations of girls.  Girls in developing nations, Tarek continued, need to make the choice to keep going because they each make a difference.
Lola Bokini, associate executive director of the UNSECO Center for Peace pointed out that today’s youth- no longer “seen and not heard-” are the true agents of change.  Although some adults complain about “kids today” Ms. Lola finds that kids have more potential and desire to create new paths for change.  “Young people must be heard!” Ms. Lola summarized.  In order to spread peace, the 1st ordained Buddhist minister suggested we find inner peace first.  When we are happy and satisfied, we can spread our inner peace to others.

Mr. Man Lee pointed out that in his ten world tours giving peace talks, not one person he spoke with ever wanted to be at war.  According to Mr. Lee, everyone wants peace, but it is a bigger job than he can do alone.  Young people, he says, are ones who can work together to create a more peaceful world.  “We do not want young people’s potential lost in war.  We are all responsible for making a better world,” Mr. Lee summarized. Ms. Kim talked about the importance of women and young people collaborating to end violence.  “We all exist freely,” Ms. Kim said “and we need to forgive each other and find happiness.”  Any individual can become a beacon of peace in her own community.

After the speeches by all of the wonderful and inspiring political, religious and community leaders, I was able to speak with Mr. Lee and Ms. Kim individually.  This presented a unique challenge because they speak Korean!  A translator helped us have a conversation. I was able to learn a lot from Mr. Lee and Ms. Kim, which shows their point: with persistence and conversation, we can turn strangers into friends!

According to Mr. Lee, everybody wants peace.  No one wants war or violence.  The problem, he says, are divisive barriers.  Peace, he says, is a great responsibility and we as individuals have to want it enough to break down those barriers.  Earlier in the morning, Mr. Tarek pointed out that social media highlights violence non-stop.  While that is certainly true, Mr. Lee and I discussed how social media like Twitter and Instagram can help spread messages to more people.  When we choose to use it, social media is a powerful tool!  Young people want to make changes in the world!

Feeling inspired?  Good! Mr. Lee and Ms. Kim know the first step to peace is wanting it!  Being aware of global events is a positive step teens can take to make change, Ms. Kim said.  She pointed out the Nigerian kidnapping event, specifically.  “We can’t see that as an isolated incident in a foreign land, people have to be more aware so we can prevent future violence and tragedy,” Ms. Kim noted.  Young people are responsible for peace and education in the future!  Sure, it’s a lot of responsibility, but nothing worth having comes easily.

I wrapped up our chat by asking Mr. Lee how we can promote peace every day.  “You don’t have to be special,” he said. “I’m a man from humble origins, not a political or a religious leader.  We can be a light to the people around us.”

The message throughout the whole day is an important one: although world leaders matter hugely in making the world a peaceful place, every single one of us can start simply.  Make strangers into friends.  Learn about others by talking to them.  Find out what’s going on the world around you.  Strive to be happy and kind.  Through these simple actions, we can make a more peaceful globe together!


July 18, 2014, 10:22:02 AM
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Re: The Summit of the World Alliance of Religions for Peace (WARP)
« Reply #4 on: July 18, 2014, 10:22:02 AM »
Interesting, the video at the top of this thread has been removed (I have a copy somewhere), and the newish cult site: http://hwpl.kr/ is not accessible within Korea - a decision that can only be aimed at limiting the chances the event will come to the attention of critics in Korea and perhaps authorities.. SCJ is banned from holding mass public events, and they often hold events where religious activities are banned in general.

July 27, 2014, 03:08:09 PM
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« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2014, 03:08:09 PM »
Zac has done it again with another blog entry describing the lies and deceptions behind next September's Shinchonji warped event. It is entitled "What is the Summit for the World Alliance of Religions (WARP Summit Seoul 2014)?"
Archive link here.

August 01, 2014, 11:30:46 AM
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« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2014, 11:30:46 AM »
Here's another Shinchonji front set up to promote the upcoming WARP event in Seoul this September:
http://gpgeneration.com/

And another former PM  to add the list of those approached by this latest crop of SCJ front groups:
Kjell Magne Bondevik
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kjell_Magne_Bondevik
http://gpgeneration.com/person-who-met-gpg/kjell-magne-bondevik/
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Kjell Magne Bondevik
Kjell Magne Bondevik  is a Norwegian Lutheran minister and politician (Christian Democratic Party).
He served as Prime Minister of Norway from 1997 to 2000, and from 2001 to 2005, making him Norway’s longest serving non-Labour Party Prime Minister since World War II.

Bondevik’s first term as Prime Minister lasted from 17 October 1997 to 3 March 2000, in a coalition cabinet consisting of the Christian Democratic Party, the Centre Party and the Liberal Party.

He is the founder and president of the Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights.
He was Prime Minister of Norway 1997-2000 and 2001-2005. He has also been Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Church and Education. He was a member of the Norwegian Parliament from 1973-2005. Mr. Bondevik served as the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to the Horn of Africa in 2006-2007.

Mr. Bondevik holds the degree of Cand.Theol. and was ordained as a priest in the Lutheran Church of Norway in 1979.
- Global Peace Genearation accompanied “Peace Tour” in Norway in 2013.

August 18, 2014, 08:35:36 AM
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« Reply #7 on: August 18, 2014, 08:35:36 AM »
Here is Jon's article: http://www.asiapundits.com/mannam-ipyg-sinchonji-another-cult-front/
An invitation letter popped up in the comments section of the above:

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On behalf of the chairwoman of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), Ms. Maria Kim, it is my honour and privilege to inform you that IWPG will be co-hosting an unprecedented world peace summit in Seoul, South Korea this coming fall. IWPG, in collaboration with Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) and the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG), would like to cordially invite you to the first summit of World Alliance of Religions: Peace Summit (WARP) to be held on September 17th-19th, 2014.

The main goal of the women’s sector of the WARP Summit is to have both religious and secular woman leaders from across the globe gather together to discuss creating a constitution and how this would bring us one step closer to achieving world peace.
IWPG is focusing on the leadership of women to find solutions to war and conflict, and bring peace to all nations.

Your participation and specific input concerning this challenging peace agenda of humanity will add value and motivate those attending the summit. I sincerely believe that your presence will make a meaningful difference to the conclusions we arrive at, and ultimately, help shape the future of our world.

During the 12 global peace tours undertaken by our chairwoman, Ms. Maria Kim, she has met many inspirational woman leaders. This has bolstered her belief that when woman leaders unite, peace can truly become a reality amongst us. Because of Ms. Kim’s unfailing trust in the united and collective power of women, all woman leaders worldwide have been invited to join the summit and thus work together in determined pursuit of a practical and sustainable solution to world peace.
Once again, I would like to express my immense pleasure in being able to invite you to the WARP Summit in September, thus ushering in a new era of peace together. Please find attached the official invitation letter extended to you by our chairwoman. Should you require any further information please visit our website internationalwomenspeacegroup.org or kindly contact me via email and I will gladly be of assistance.
Thank you very much for your kind consideration of this email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Best regards,
Lisa Baik
Head of Strategic Planning Department
International Women’s Peace Group
Tel: +82 (0) 2 540 5999
E-mail: warpsummit@internationalwomenspeacegroup.org
Website: http://www.internationalwomenspeacegroup.org
Opera House fl.7, Cheongdam-dong 89-21, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Lisa obviously didn't learn any lessons from her previous attempts to promote Shinchonji front groups:
http://jmscult.com/forum/index.php?topic=862.0

September 05, 2014, 10:49:09 PM
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Re: The Summit of the World Alliance of Religions for Peace (WARP)
« Reply #8 on: September 05, 2014, 10:49:09 PM »
Members under the guise of a new front group are out and about in Seoul inviting foreigners to the next big SCJ event.
http://blog.naver.com/oulimculture

And this time they actually have members with cameras filming people being invited. That's the first time I've seen cameras filming street invites. I gather they are paranoid about critics going and will vet the footage before they proceed with followups.
I popped down to Itewon earlier after a tip-off from a mate to get myself invited (I love getting tip-offs! :)). I tried to casually keep my back to the camera while the ladies were vaguely explaining the vague event, but he was too persistent^.

Here are scans of the brochure they reluctantly gave me.




And that motivated me to go on a wee Twitter tweeting spree last night. Two replies, one asking if I wanted "peace" :o. The other, a cancellation:


September 08, 2014, 10:12:25 AM
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« Reply #10 on: September 08, 2014, 10:12:25 AM »
Schedule and list of attendees just surfaced via a source. Wow, this will be huge, and the group is (again) throwing millions and millions of dollars into hosting it: https://www.mediafire.com/?ik38oq8zlqq7uhw

September 09, 2014, 08:51:42 AM
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« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2014, 08:51:42 AM »
A new promo video was just released. I'm getting excited!

WARP Summit Official Promotion Video on Vimeo

Update: the video, like many others, has been deleted by the cult.
I'm sure I have a copy somewhere

September 10, 2014, 12:46:24 PM
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« Reply #12 on: September 10, 2014, 12:46:24 PM »
http://www.culturaldiplomacy.org/academy/index.php?en_iscd_warp_2014_speakers

The following are among the speakers for the Symposium:
The Hon. Abderrazak Kilani
Ambassador of Tunisia to the United Nations in Geneva; Former Deputy Prime Minister of TunisiaPresident Abel Pacheco
Former President of Costa RicaThe Hon. Agbéyomé Kodjo
Former Prime Minister of TogoPresident Alexander Rutskoy
Former President of RussiaPresident Alfredo Palacio
Former President of Ecuador President Álvaro Colom Caballeros
Former President of GuatemalaThe Most Reverend Antonio J. Ledesma, SJ DD
Archbishop of Cagayan de Oro, PhilippinesPresident Armando Calderón Sol
Former President of El SalvadorMP Ariffin bin S.M. Omar
Member of Parliament of MalaysiaMP Azman Ismail
Member of Parliament of MalaysiaThe Hon. Bajram Kosumi
Former Prime Minister of Kosovo President Behgjet Pacolli
Former President of of KosovoThe Hon. Bertie Ahern
Former Prime minister of IrelandPresident Cassam Uteem
Former President of MauritiusThe Hon. Dirk Niebel
Former Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of GermanyHis Majesty King Dorin Cioaba
President of the International Romani Union President Eduardo Alberto Duhalde
Former President of Argentina President Emil Constantinescu
Former President of RomaniaPresident Fernando De La Rúa
Former President of ArgentinaGabju Choijamts Demberel
Head of the Center of Mongolian BuddhistsPresident Haris Silajdzic
Former President of Bosnia and HerzegovinaThe Hon. Hrant Bagratyan
Former Prime Minister of ArmeniaPresident Jaime Paz Zamora
Former President of BoliviaPresident Kgalema Motlanthe
Former President of South Africa The Hon. Khil Raj Regmi
Former Prime Minister of NepalPresident Lupe Rosalía Arteaga Serrano de Fernández de Córdova
Former President of the Republic of EcuadorThe Hon. Malik Amad Khan
Former Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of PakistanThe Hon. Marisol Espinoza Cruz
Vice President of the Republic of PeruMark C. Donfried
Director General and Founder of the Institute for Cultural DiplomacyJudge Milka Ristova
Judge Supreme Court of the Republic of MacedoniaPresident Moritz Leuenberger
Former President of the Swiss Confederation Muamer Zukorlic
Grand Mufti of Serbia H.E. Amb. Musa Amer Odeh
Ambassador of Palestine to SpainThe Hon. Naveed Qamar
Former Defense Minister of PakistanThe Hon. Oleg Lobov
First Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist RepublicSecretary General Olivera Jovanovic
Secretary General of the Inter-Religious Council in Bosnia and HerzegovinaThe Hon. Paul Bhatti
Former Minister of National Harmony and Minority Affairs of PakistanThe Hon. Petrit Selimi
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Republic of KosovoMP Raja Ropiaah Raja Abdullah
Member of the Senate of MalaysiaImam Rachid Birbach
Imam of FrancePresident Rexhep Meidani
Former President of Albania President Rinchinnyamyn Amarjargal
Former President of MongoliaPresident Rodrigo Borja Cevallos
Former President of Ecuador President Rosalia Arteaga Serrano
Former President of Republic of EcuadorThe Hon. Rui Duarte Barros
Former Prime Minister of Guinea-BissauSophio Tsakadze
Deputy Head of the Department of Court Statistics and Analysis in the Supreme Court of GeorgiaPresident Stjepan Mesić
Former President of Croatia Swami Paramadvaiti
Representative of WVA (World Vaishnava Association)The Hon. Vera Lengsfeld
Former member of the German ParliamentMinister Walter Mzembi
Minister of Tourism of ZimbabweThe Hon. Xhezair Zaganjori
President of the Supreme Court of Albania

September 11, 2014, 10:07:26 PM
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Re: The Summit of the World Alliance of Religions for Peace (WARP)
« Reply #13 on: September 11, 2014, 10:07:26 PM »
Some information has been coming in of late from sources close to the action. Thank you^

First up, some orders from the cult leadership to members:
Do not wear Mannam T-shirts. Do not wear Shinchonji T-shirts. Do not address your fellow members by their church titles.

And now a little more about the dodgy organisation that helped SCJ invite former world leaders:
Most of the invited presidents were invited by Institute of Cultural Diplomacy (ICD), but actually not even ICD itself, rather SCJ members who opened accounts like icd@gmail.com etc and invited them "on behalf " of ICD. The invited have no idea about SCJ. Some politicians cancelled after they found out that HWPL is the SCJ cult. It is possible some senior ICD management have actually joined the cult.

ICD lists a Moonie "peace" event on its site:


Some summit tidbits:
Most guests will arrive on the 16th and fly back on the 20th. Personal drivers and translators will take the VVIPs to their hotel.

The hotel the VVIPs will stay at, as far as I know, is the Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel. This could be misinformation as the cult is very paranoid about guests discovering the truth about SCJ.

Around 100 big and small national and private TV channels have also been invited.

Lee Man Hee arrived back in Korea after his last international trip before the summit at 2 am on Friday, September 5. Members were encouraged to be at the airport to greet him. The text message that went out to English speaking members referred to Lee as "our immortal teacher", an obvious reference to the fact members believe he will live forever. Here's a photo taken from the airport greet:


For easier viewing, here are the three WARP summit PDFs that have leaked to date:
http://www.jmscult.com/WARPList.pdf
http://www.jmscult.com/WARPSchedule.pdf
http://www.jmscult.com/WARPProgram.pdf

And finally, some information about the structure of the cult and some of the terms used to address the leader. Not as many as North Korea uses, but still more than normal people use and need:

Members of SCJ call Mr Lee "선생님", but there are many other terms of address used, some of which are more disturbing. In order of frequency of use:

선생님
총회장님 "Chairman"
이김자 "the one who overcomes" (A reference to revelations 2 and 3, where blessings are laid "for him who overcomes". This title is used a lot during the indoctrination classes.)
"The promised pastor" (Jesus was the "promised pastor" of the first coming. Implications for the second coming should be obvious. Again, used a lot in instruction/indoctrination.)
"The Counselor"/"the Advocate" (as used in Jn 14:26, a reference to one sent by Jesus at the second coming)
할아버지 "Grandfather" (as an affectionate joke by insiders, never in the presence of anyone important)
"The new Israel" ("Israel" originally meaning "one who is victorious")
새요한 "The new John" (because John received the word of God in the book of revelation...)

Then of course there are the figurative terms Mr. Lee uses to refer to himself, all with connections to Jesus or the book of Revelations.
"the white horse"
"the lion"
"the lamb"
"the stone"

About Mannam:
국제부 (International Office) is the internal name for the group of young people tasked with running Mannam/MIYC/IPYG/title-of-the-month. Each church has its own branch, but they are run above the rest of the church hierarchy (they get their marching orders at the same level as the church leadership, rather than from church leadership), and individual 국제부 members are at most 3~4 levels removed from Mr. Lee in the organization. (Or so they are lead to think. A friend once told me "I can't not do this. We get our orders in a direct line from God".)

It should be noted that there are 12 branches of 국제부, one for each of the 12 "tribes" of SCJ, and they are each given different tasks. For example, 국제부 for the tribe of John is tasked with planning and executing Mr. Lee's international travels, while the other tribes tend to focus on activities involving foreigners domestically. Thus reporting about Mannam/SCJ is going to feel like fighting a hydra... by design

September 11, 2014, 11:40:40 PM
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« Reply #14 on: September 11, 2014, 11:40:40 PM »
And on the anti-SCJ front, a video of a recent protest by former members and families of current members: