News USCCB in bed with Sun Myung Moon? by Jeffrey Miller May 19, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller May 19, 2008 Joshua LeBlanc reports on the connection. 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Tolerance next post Only Moloch is more pro-abortion than Obama You may also like Chastity Rome-Chick Blues November 2, 2006 Cardinal Arinze Reflects on Liturgical Changes December 23, 2002 Indiana monks collect millions April 7, 2004 Nun Wars July 26, 2003 For a Whore of Babylon, he's a pretty... April 28, 2008 Won't Ralph Neas be pleased May 28, 2005 Put those fries down and put your hands... February 21, 2003 Chaste Answers Live June 7, 2007 Shire Sing-along May 29, 2003 Bible verse on fire truck causes flap April 8, 2004 4 comments Lynn May 19, 2008 - 6:15 pm I think it’s wrong. I believe the Washington Times, not the Washington Post, is owned by Moon’s church. Tzard May 19, 2008 - 8:31 pm It is correct. (Although being “in bed with” may be a bit of an overstatement). The main point is a group called “Atlantic video” is the primary disseminator of USCCB media in a number of areas. It’s owned directly by “News Media” which is owned by the Unification Church. There is no mention of the Washington Post, but the Washington times *is* a propaganda arm of the Moonies. I’m sure the Bishops conference, and many of the customers are using what’s seen as a premier video production house. It’s legititimate to ask where the profits are going – and if there is any editorial control (either implicit, if not explicit). Can anyone say “conflict of interest”? An organization bent on religious indifferentism – who sees the Church as the Enemy of such – is in charge of delivering the Bishops’ conference materials – even producing them. It was also interesting to note that the “source” of much of the pool news used by news organizations – UPI – is also fully owned by the Moonies. lwestin May 19, 2008 - 10:19 pm Is it possible they didn’t know? Joe May 20, 2008 - 8:47 am “is it possible they didnt know” – I would think so. If one does the research the USCCB doesnt do any real investigating when it comes to most anything. Comments are closed.