Geraldo Rivera: Matt Drudge ‘doing his best to stir up a civil war’

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    Jul 30, 2014 6:18 PM GMT
    Fox News host Geraldo Rivera has accused conservative blogger Matt Drudge of trying to inflame conservatives and “stir up a civil war,” due to his website’s aggressive coverage of the border crisis.

    Shame on Drudge,” Mr. Rivera tweeted Wednesday morning. “His authoritative website has gone hysterical on issue of immigrant children.
    14 stories like ‘Could Ebola sneak across?’”
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    Jul 30, 2014 6:31 PM GMT
    Speaking of civil wars, you gotta love The Washington Times. It's the far right news-noise machine that attacks the other far right news-noise machines.
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    Jul 30, 2014 9:07 PM GMT
    The Washington Times
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    For the earlier Washington Times printed from 1895 to 1939, see Washington Times-Herald.

    The Washington Times is a daily broadsheet published in Washington, D.C., United States. It was founded in 1982 by the founder of the Unification Church, Sun Myung Moon, and until 2010 was owned by News World Communications, an international media conglomerate associated with the church.

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    Sun Myung Moon's Death Leaves Conservative Newspaper at a Crossroads
    The death of The Washington Times' founder leaves questions for D.C.'s dominant conservative newspaper.

    By Elizabeth Flock Sept. 4, 2012 | 4:31 p.m. EDT

    As the dust begins to settle after the death of Unification Church founder and South Korean cult figure Sun Myung Moon, questions about the future of the conservative newspaper he founded in Washington still linger.

    The Washington Times, a daily newspaper Moon launched in 1982, is credited as one of the first of America's powerful 21st century conservative news outlets, a group that now includes Fox News, The Drudge Report and The National Review. Madeline Albright and Ronald Reagan both boasted of reading the Times.

    It was the Fox News "before there was Fox News," says one longtime Moon watcher, who did not want to be named for fear for repercussion from Moon's church. "They were the primary conservative force."

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    Sun Myung Moon Crowned 'King Of America' At U.S. Senate Building
    May 2004

    Controversial Korean evangelist and self-declared messiah Sun Myung Moon received a "Crown of Peace" at a March 23 ceremony that took place at the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., and was promoted by members of Congress.

    Wearing flowing robes reminiscent of Middle Ages kingly attire, Moon and his wife, Hak Ja Han, had golden crowns placed on their heads during the ceremony, which was attended by a U.S. senator and several members of the House of Representatives.

    It was clear that Moon followers viewed the coronation ceremony as more than just an award. On Moon's Family Federation for World Peace and Unifi­cation website a few days later, top Moon official Chung Hwan Kwak was quoted as saying, "So in effect, the crowning means America is saying to Father, 'Please become my king.'"

    Observed Kwak, "The 'outside' view of the Capitol Hill event was that Father received a crown, an award for his years of dedication and leadership in reconciliation and peace-making. The 'inside' view of the event was that America surrendered to True Parents in the king's position."


    Rev. Sun Myung Moon, Self-Proclaimed Messiah Who Built Religious Movement, Dies at 92

    The Rev. Sun Myung Moon, the Korean evangelist, businessman and self-proclaimed messiah who built a religious movement notable for its mass weddings, fresh-faced proselytizers and links to vast commercial interests, died on Monday in Gapyeong, South Korea. He was 92.

    In the church’s view, Jesus had failed in his mission to purify mankind because he was crucified before being able to marry and have children. Mr. Moon saw himself as completing the unfulfilled task of Jesus: to restore humankind to a state of perfection by producing sinless children, and by blessing couples who would produce them.

    Marriage was a key part of achieving salvation, and for a couple the marriage was as much a commitment to the church as it was to each other.

    In a ceremony involving 2,075 couples at Madison Square Garden in 1982, for example, the men wore identical blue suits and the women lace and satin gowns. Mr. Moon was said to have made the matches, based on questionnaires, photographs and the recommendations of church officials.

    Often the couples had met only weeks earlier or could speak to each other only through an interpreter. Many had to remain separated for several years, doing church work, before they were allowed to consummate the unions.


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    Need I go on??

    MOONIES: what Rev. Moon teaches the young

    By Harry V. Martin and David Caul

    Copyright, Napa Sentinel, 1992
    Third in a Series Tuesday, March 13, 1992

    To best understand the Moonies, one must look at their doctrine. The Unification Church of Reverend Sun Myung Moon warns Christians that they will be swept away. In his Divine Principle, the foundation of his teachings, Rev. Moon claims that Christians today will be like the priests and rabbis of Jesus' day, the "first to persecute the Messiah". He says that Christians will cling to their archaic beliefs and will be blind to the truths of the new age. "Innumerable Christians of today are dashing on the way which they think will lead them to the Kingdom of Heaven. Nevertheless, the road is apt to lead them into hell." He says, Christians must accept the revelations within the Divine Principle and the Lord of the Second Advent or be damned.

    Moon leaves no room in his philosophy for doubt about where he and Korea stand in the eyes of God. Moon claims he is the new Messiah and Korea is God's chosen nation. "This is the culmination of God's 6000 year quest to restore man from the fall of Adam." Moon tells his followers and captives that God revealed this to him when he was a young man. He states, "God said, 'You are the son I have been seeking, the one who can begin my eternal history'."

    Moon's Divine Principles teaches that man can be restored to original goodness by restoring Adam, Eve, and three archangels. "Adam's fall resulted from Eve's being seduced by the archangel Lucifer, who was jealous because God gave Eve to Adam instead of to him." He claims that Adam, Eve and the archangels are occupied by persons, nations and movements identified by Moon. "Ultimately, Adam must dominate after successfully going through three stages: formation, growth, and perfection. If Eve or an archangel is at a higher stage than Adam, they must help restore Adam to perfection so he can assume his rightful role in the unified system of things.

    Moon sees himself as the Perfect Adam, so he must be obeyed without question. He claims that Jesus was the most important Adam between the original one and Moon, attaining spiritual perfection but a "flawed" Messiah. Moon is the reincarnation of Jesus only more perfect.

    Moon teaches his followers and captives that Jesus' mission was foredoomed by John the Baptist, who spent his time baptizing people instead of becoming Jesus' obedient disciple for influencing the politics of the Herod regime, and even killing the enemies of Christ. Though Christian beliefs portrays the Virgin birth. Moon teaches that Jesus was a child of adultery, not immaculate conception. "Mary was impregnated by Zachariah (John the Baptist's father). Jesus had an unhappy home life because Joseph was jealous of Zachariah and resented Jesus."
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    Jul 30, 2014 9:58 PM GMT

    ^^^The Washington Times, aka The Moonie Times, was the source quoted for the above thread by the esteemed Southbeach1500.

    That would be the same Southbeach1500 who has such issues with the New York Times.