It matters not that we do not use weapons, martial or ranged. What matters most is what is in our hearts. Here we are, fighting, not for national boundaries. Not even for our mortal lives do we stand and march to defend. What we fight for is greater than any of this.

What we fight for is peace, liberty, and justice; what we are fighting for is the survival of our families, for One Family Under God; what we are fighting for is the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth; what we are fighting for, is Cheon-Il-Guk.

Let the battle begin, and let it end without a drop of blood being spilled.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Global Peace Festival - UK Details

Hello everybody!

Only three days to the Global Peace Festival in London, being held on Nov. 22nd at ExCel London Docklands. So, I thought I'd post the schedule here. Below I'll also have ticket and travel information.


9 AM to 12 PM: European Inter-Religious Forum: "European Year of Inter-Cultural Dialogue"

This is a delegate only event, for London ILC delegates and registered European Ambassadors for peace.

1 PM to 8 PM: Culture of Peace Exhibition
NGO stands, art, film, and networking hub. Click here for more general information, or here for information about renting an exhibition booth.

Open to all GPF Ticket (£10) and Day Pass (£20) holders.

1:45 PM to 4 PM: Focus Sessions (1:45 registration, 2:15 sessions begin)
Bringing together peace activists to network, share, and take home a best practice or two.

Women's Initiatives
The Environment
Marriage and Family
Community Cohesion
Peace and Development Networks (MDGs)
Interreligious Cooperation

This is for pre-registered participants only - with a GPF Day Pass (£20).

4:30 PM to 7 PM: Global Peace Concert!

Peace has never been so loud! Bring family and friends! Great international performers, speakers, and awards!

Amung those sharing the stage will be:

Dawud Wharnsby
Ola Onabule
Patti Boulaye
The Royal Philharmonic Ensemble
Steve Balsamo(The Storys)

For more details on the performers, click here.

Open to all GPF Ticket (£10) and Day Pass (£20) holders.

The Global Peace Festival celebrates the vision of 'One Family Under God' by developing ongoing programs that:

  • Raise and nurture strong marriages and families
  • Facilitate Inter-religious harmony
  • Foster a culture of peace and service
The GPF I attended in Washington D.C. exemplified this basic statement, and after visiting GPF UK headquarters in the beginning of October I am sure GPF Lodnon will be just as much of a success. I truely hope that anyone who is able to will come to this event. I am so very disapointed that I won't be able to go myself.

Here's the infor you need. First, click here to puchas tickets to the main event, or here to find out about getting a free ticket. For tickets to the Focus Sessions or to purchas a booth, click here.

Now, how do you get there?

ExCeL London is located 10-minutes from Canary Wharf, in the heart of London's Royal Docks.

There is easy access to the venue - with 3 onsite DLR (Docklands Light Railway) stations, easy access to London Underground (Jubilee Line - 2-stops), parking for 4,000 cars and an international airport 5-minutes away.

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For more information about getting to ExCeL London, go here.

Feel like helping out but don't have the time or money to travel? Click here to donate, or here to find out about a Global Peace Festival near you.

More information will be coming up about a much smaller related event in Oslo, Norge this December. So far all I know is that it'll be on December 14th, and it looks like it's just going to be a small even to commemorate the GPF in London, showing a DVD and that sort of thing, but I can't say for sure as this just came up to my attention 12 hours ago.

For One Family Under God,

Christopher D. Osborn

Posted from Løbergsveien, Bergen, Norge.
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Friday, November 14, 2008

Fwd: Congo: Time to Act

Have you ever seen the movie Hotel Rwanda? How about Blood Diomond? Well, it seems as though what is going on right now in Eastern Congo is like a combination of both of these situations. Different nations and other groups are fighting eachother for natural recourses, while the same groups from Rawanda are at the killing and raping of civilians again, this time in Eastern Congo(where they fled from prosecution after the Rwanda Genocide). Oh, and once again United Nations troops are present, but aren't accomplishing anything whatsoever.
Accourding to Avaaz (I know it wounds like some sort of terrorist organization, but it looks like a lagitimate not for profit based in Europe, Canada, and the United States) anyway, the U.N. troops stationed there are not allowed to protect civillians, while they have been fighting nalongside the Congolise army, and have been accused of sheltering pro-government mallitias.
If that last statement is true, here's what I think should happen. First, the current U.N. force should be fulled out, for they are already in the mindset of taking a side. Second, I new dominantly french-speaking U.N. peacekeeping force should be deployed with the express mission to protect civillians and provide a safe zone for peacekeeping talks to occur. Finally, reconcilliation experts from the United Nations and the Universal Peace Federartion should be sent to this no-fighting zone to help calm to mood and allow for fair-minded treaties to be written and signd. Once treaties are signed, the United Nations Troops are not to leave until these traties are actually implimented. In addition, justice must be had and those who have commited crimes must be put on trial and punished through the International Criminal Tribunal.
Below is some information and a plea for help from Avaaz, and indipendent global NGO that works to ensure the views and values of the world's people inform global decision-making.

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From: Paul Hilder -
Date: 2008/11/12
Subject: Congo: Time to Act

Dear friends,

The people of Congo are being terrorised -- they need protection urgently, Europe could help but our leaders are delaying -- call on them to act urgently to protect civilians:

The people of Congo need our help. In recent weeks over 200,000 people have been driven from their homes, and murder and rape are rife. Families are running for their lives, caught between the brutal violence of both the rebels and the Congolese army. But shockingly, European foreign ministers meeting earlier this week said it's too early to act.

Europe can deploy a well-equipped protection force to be on the ground in two weeks - no one else can get such a capable presence in that fast. European engagement could push back the armed groups and put real pressure on Congo and neighbouring countries, curbing this humanitarian disaster and making peace possible. This tough crisis will not be solved militarily, but civilians need protection now, and facing down the warlords on all sides will make a political deal more likely.

The lesson of Rwanda was to step in before it's too late -- Europe's politicians seem to have forgotten that. The people of eastern Congo need us urgently. Send a message to your leader and forward this email to friends and family -- we'll also place our message in newspapers around Europe, so follow this link to take action:

The recent clashes between General Nkunda's militias and the Congolese army are the latest in a place where the population has been attacked and terrorised for years by armed groups. Over five million people have been killed. It's been termed 'Africa's world war', with Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Angola and Namibia all getting involved. The fighting is fed by a lethal war economy based on the extraction of minerals such as coltan, cobalt, diamonds and gold, to which we're all connected through the worldwide market.

Allegations abound of Angolan and Zimbabwean troops fighting alongside the Congolese army -- Congolese army soldiers committing atrocities and working with militias including the Rwandan Hutu Forces, some of whose leaders were responsible for the 1994 Rwandan genocide -- and the Rwandan army supporting General Nkunda to muscle the Congolese government to fulfill its commitment to demobilise these same Hutu militias. So it is no surprise that African-only diplomacy is faltering.

The United Nations mission (MONUC) is in Congo to keep the peace between this web of armed groups, but recently it has made clear statements that it cannot protect civilians. We have heard reliably that MONUC are desperate for a rapid EU bridging force to do what they can't and start restoring international legitimacy, which has been lost through overstretch and perceptions of taking sides -- UN troops have fought alongside the Congolese army and are even accused of sheltering pro-government militias.

To have a credible and effective force the United Nations mission will soon have to be reformed and redeployed. In the longer term, the international community needs to be a strong and honest broker to ensure implementation of peace agreements and confront the underlying issues feeding this war. If Europe sends a short-term, neutral force to the region now to protect civilians, it can start to change the terms of this brutal game -- providing a basis both to defend the defenceless and to apply political leverage to all sides. Click below to send a message asking your own country's leader to support action now:

We cannot let the best chance to stop the terror in Congo slip by as European leaders turn their backs. Congo needs concerted engagement now. Europe is providing millions in aid to Congo and Rwanda to ensure reconstruction and development, but without a more forceful and permanent push, there will be no peace to keep.

Let's flood European leaders with requests for firm action. Sign the petition and please send it to your friends and family:

With hope,

Paul, Alice, Pascal, Ricken, Ben, Paula, Brett, Graziela, Iain and Milena - the team

PS: For a report on Avaaz's campaigning so far, see:

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    Tuesday, November 11, 2008

    NEWS - GPF Korea Success

    Below is a new report from the Universal Peace federation about the successful Global Peace Festival in Korea, which was held from November 7th to the 9th.

    Let us celebrate its success and pray for the success of future GPF's as well. More importantly, let us pray that these GPF's will not simply be big parties with good intentions, but truly produce real differences toward peace in the world.

    As of 2008, South Korea is in 32nd place in the Global Peace Index, while North Korea is in 133rd place. In comparison, Russia is in 131st, Japan is in 5th, China is in 67th, and the United States is 97th. The six party talks seem to have a very wide range of peacefulness within the individual member nations.

    Also of note reguarding the Global Peace Index: Norge (Norway), where I am posting this from, is in 3rd. With Iceland in 1st and Danmark in 2nd, I'd say Scandinavia has come a long way from it's Viking days and I am quite proud to be living here maried to a Scandinavian.

    I've noticed that the pictures haven't loaded, so here's a link to the Global Peace Festival website where you will be able to see a sideshow. For more GPF news, go here.

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: Knut Holdhus
    Date: Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 4:54 PM
    Subject: Fwd: NEWS - GPF Korea Success
    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: European Office FFWPU
    Date: 2008/11/10
    Subject: NEWS - GPF Korea Success

    New Hope For Korean Reunification

    Can Korea ever be reunited? That was the urgent question posed separately to a crowd of tens of thousands at the Global Peace Festival in Seoul's Yoido Plaza, and to a smaller but highly placed group of more than 600 people at the Korean National Assembly. Congressmen and women and representatives of the international diplomatic community in Seoul gathered November 7-9 for a frank and often outspoken debate on the need for new strategies for the reunification of Korea, the last divided nation on earth. The UPF's International Leadership Conference also included 177 delegates from 55 nations gathered in Seoul to celebrate the Global Peace Festival.


    A view of the massive crowd at the Global Peace Festival Korea at Yoido Plaza

    The Hon. Young-sun Song, a National Assemblywoman and Co-chair of the International Leadership Conference, outlined the case for a new approach to peacemaking. "The current Six-Party talks are producing only one winner, and that is North Korea," she said. "The more we talk, and the more aid we send to the North – more than US$6.7 billion already – the more the North develops its nuclear and military capabilities."

    Mr. Cheol-hwan Kang, a defector from North Korea who now works for the Chosun Ilbo newspaper in Seoul, agreed that the North Korean leaders were being manipulative, but explained: "The reality is that the ordinary people of North Korea are in a disastrous situation. More than three million have already died from hunger. Human rights are almost non-existent, and even the deployment of more and more troops on the Chinese border is failing to prevent the flow of North Koreans wanting to defect."



    The seminar featured panelists from each of the nations participating in the Six-Party talks that are the current framework for the peace process on the peninsula. In turn, each panelist outlined the primary and often conflicting concerns of their nations. With common land borders with North Korea, China and Russia are very cautious about any sudden changes. In contrast, the Japanese focus on the human rights abuses in the North, especially the much-publicized abductions of Japanese citizens to train as North Korean agents.



    Dr. Victor Cha, former US National Security Director for Asian Affairs at the White House, sounded a more optimistic note. "The US-ROK alliance remains one of the most underrated," he said. After a low point in 2002 following death of two Korean girls accidentally run down by a US military vehicle, the alliance has gone from strength to strength, with ROK troops a key US ally in Iraq and playing peace-keeping roles in other nations.

    "The key task facing the United States now is to prepare for change in the North," Cha said. "Kim Jong-il is not well, and there is no clear line of succession. The US and the ROK may very soon need a 'concept plan' to deal with the possibility of a collapse or implosion of the regime."

    "The relationship between Korea and the United States is at a new turning point," said Hon. Hyong O Kim, Speaker of the Korean National Assembly, "and we hope that the election of Barack Obama will provide an opportunity for a new beginning for our two nations."



    A highlight of the seminar was a moving ceremony to honor 21 Korean War Veterans representing all 16 nations of the United Nations Forces that defended South Korea after the North Korean invasion in 1950. "Australia is intimately involved with the Republic of Korea," said H.E. Peter Rowe, the Australian Ambassador to Korea in a greeting to the veterans. "We are proud to have spilled both blood and treasure here to help a young nation be free, a decision that has been vindicated by the progress this country has made."

    "The Philippines is also proud to have been a member of the UN Command," said Ambassador Luis T. Cruz. "Over 7,000 Filipino soldiers served here in Korea, and for 116 it became their final resting place. We must not let the young generation forget the price of freedom."



    Dr. Hyun Jin Moon, the International President of the Universal Peace Federation, spoke to the need for the inclusion of faith leaders in a new peace process that would bring the conflict on the Korean peninsula to a final conclusion. "We only need to look back to the last century to recognize the futility of tackling the world's problems through the same old military, economic, political, and diplomatic solutions," he said. "Dealing with the symptoms of global crisis and conflict and ignoring the root cause just will not work. Without a foundation in the universal principles that come from God, there can be no lasting human rights and no peace."

    Despite Korea's profound spiritual traditions going back over a thousand years, Dr. Moon said that the current situation was worrying. "The fact is that North Korea has become an atheistic, secular society, while here in the South we are seeing religious conflict as an increasing source of tension in our nation," he said. "We are in danger of losing our most valuable spiritual and moral traditions. This is why the vision of 'One Family under God' is so important for Korea at this time."

    Rev. Jim Swilley and Bishop William Sheals, leaders of two fast-growing megachurches in the United States, representing the many faith leaders supporting the Global Peace Festival, strongly agreed. "Peace is always possible with God," said Swilley, speaking later that evening at an Opening Banquet for the Global Peace Festival, "even when it seems impossible from the perspective of men."



    "Humanity is now entering a new era—the era of heaven that turns the world upside down," said UPF Founder, the Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon. "The time of suffering for both God and human beings is coming to an end. We are in a new era of peace when all humanity can live as 'One Family under God.'"



    Dr. Hyun Jin Moon speaks at the Global Peace Festival, Korea. Despite forecasts of rain, the weather was perfect.

    On Sunday, November 9, the Global Peace Festival took its message of hope and reunification to the streets in a rousing appeal to the citizens of Seoul and Korea to stand up for peace. Tens of thousands came out to voice their support for a peaceful reunification with the North.

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    Interfaith 'peace waters' ceremony is introduced by Dr. Hyung Jin Moon, President of the Family Federation

    Religious leaders from more than a dozen faiths joined an interfaith reconciliation ceremony in front of a cheering and enthusiastic crowd, and called for everyone present to make a personal, family, and national commitment to the work of peace, and above all to dream big dreams of peace.

    "It is no coincidence that today a Korean, Ban Ki-moon, serves as the Secretary-General of the United Nations," said Dr. Hyun Jin Moon in his GPF keynote address. "I believe that it is God's will for Korea to work anew with the international community of nations and lead the peace process. Together, we can dare to dream the greatest dream of all, to create 'One Family under God.'"

    Michael Balcomb
    Communications Director
    Universal Peace Federation

    Saturday, November 8, 2008

    Matching/Blessing: Korea, February 2009

    Below is a letter from the the head of the European Blessed Family Department/European Second Generation Blessing Affairs of FFWPU/HSA-UWC describing a little detail of a matching/blessing marriage ceremonies to be held in Korea in February 2009.

    To : All Blessed Families
    From : Geros Kunkel
    Refer : Blessing February 1st 2009
    Date : 4th November 2008 Pages including this front page: 1

    Dear Blessed Families,

    I would like to announce in advance, that there will be a Blessing on February 1st 2009 after True Parents 90th Birthday. In the days before that there will also be a matching by True Father for 2nd Generation Blessing candidates.

    We are still working to prepare the official Letter concerning the details of the upcoming Matching and Blessing, therefore please wait for further announcements. We cannot say any details yet, concerning who will be eligible to attend the matching or details regarding the schedule and events in Korea around that time.

    If you wish to attend either the Matching and Blessing or the Blessing as a matched couple, please get in touch with me and prepare now, so that you can be informed about further details.

    For the Blessing Application, please go to: where you will find all info, requirements, forms, etc. concerning the Blessing Application process.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to be in touch with me. geros (at)

    Yours sincerely,

    Geros Kunkel
    European Blessed Family Department
    European Second Generation Blessing Affairs

    Wednesday, November 5, 2008

    Family Federation President Urges Passage of Proposition 8

    On the November 4th Election in the United States, most people in the world are focused on the election of Barack H. Obama. However, there are also state and local elections held on the same day. One of them had to do with the fight for family values.

    On the California ballot, there was Proposition 8, a law that would define marriage as between a man and a woman in the eyes of California state law. Here's a bit of it from the viewpoint of the Unification Movement. Specifically, this is the endorsement of Proposition 8 by the president of FFWPU USA.

    Family Federation President Urges Passage of Proposition 8

    Contact: Press Office, +1-202-319-3200 ext 115,

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Rev. Michael Jenkins,
    President of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (USA)
    announced his support today for California's Protect Marriage Act,
    Proposition 8. Jenkins affirmed strong support for the proposition, which
    would restore the definition of marriage in California as between a man and
    a woman.

    "The received tradition of marriage, between a man and a woman, always has
    been and remains today the building block of society, the cornerstone of
    civilization. Marriage consecrated by God is called for as a key institution
    by every religion in the world. Every one protects women and children by
    honoring, celebrating, and fortifying marriage as a sacrament," Jenkins

    "To reduce marriage from a covenant with God between a husband and wife to a
    contract between two individuals, regardless of gender, is to impoverish the
    institution of marriage precisely at the time when America most urgently
    needs men and women to love each other, love their children, and love others
    with the enduring heart of a parent that comes from God alone," he
    explained. "Passage of Proposition 8 does not impinge upon the rights and
    privileges of anyone, but rather affirms the aspirational model of a
    marriage that represents a sacred covenant with the Divine and manifests
    God's image as brought forth in scripture as that of male and female and
    ultimately of a Father and a Mother, " he said.

    "However, a 'no' vote on Proposition 8 sends the wrong message to our
    children and to following generations about who we are as a people, what we
    live for, and who we live for. The fact is, a sanctified bond between a man
    and a woman represents more than a mere union between individuals. It
    represents the merging of the husband's lineage with that of the wife. The
    received tradition of marriage is meaningful because it has the vertical
    dimension of God's love and image as well as ancestral lineage and heritage.
    It also has a horizontal dimension of love between husband and wife. All
    children need and deserve parents who love them and who are married to each
    other. New life deserves origins in respect and loving intimacy. Nearly all
    Americans know this. Nearly all people in the world know this. Life,
    liberty, and the pursuit of happiness begin with and are secured in a loving
    family rooted in marriage blessed by God," Jenkins said.

    [The Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, also known as the
    Family Church of America, was founded by the Reverend Dr. and Mrs. Sun Myung

    SOURCE Family Federation for World Peace and Unification

    The press release in this message has appeared today in the following online

    San Francisco Business Times
    Atlanta Business Chronicle
    Nashville Business Journal
    Business Journal Phoenix
    Portland Business Journal
    Street Insider
    Calibre Macro World
    Houston Chronicle

    The Earth Times (UK)
    PR Newswire

    Saturday, November 1, 2008

    "You know, In Jin, darling, I just love co-existing with you!"

    Today I received an email from Knut Holdhus, an elder in the Unification movement of Norge (Norway). He sends me a lot of stuff, and I must admit that a lot of it I don’t read. Some I don’t read because I’m still rather rusty on my Norwegian, while others are just so lonng. However, this one caught my eye because this speach was made at the church I used to go to once a month or so when I lived in Massachusetts.

    Below is a bit from that speach. It was made by In Jin Moon, one of Rev. Sun Myung Moon and Hak Ja Han Moon’s (The “True Parents”) daughters. This bit is from a point where she was highlighting three important aspects of of the Unification Movement (HSA-UWC, FFWPU, UPF, CARP, STF, RYS, etc. ) I wanted to share it with you because she talks about the difference between co-existance and true harmony between peoples of different races, religions, and cultures.

    Enjoy, and be inspired.
    "In my mind we are a movement that really espouses 3 things. What we represent is interracial harmony, and there is nothing more beautiful than that. There are no children better looking than interracial children. Then, interreligious dialogue. Especially coming after 9/11 we saw the atrocities that the world of religions, if you will, did to this country, in New York. How are you going to stop terrorism? How are you going to stop the hatred? The only way you are going to stop hatred is through love, right? I mean, here I see bumper stickers saying, ‘co-exist’ with different symbols of religion, and all the liberals are like, “Wow! This is so profound” And I’m looking at that in horror! Co-existence is not really loving your brothers and sisters. If I put a co-exist on top of my bedroom, I don’t think my marriage would be a good one. If my husband were to turn to me and say, “You know, In Jin, darling, I just love co-existing with you!” it’s just not going to inspire me as much as if he were to turn to me and say, “You know, I really love you,” right? It’s just that kind of thing. Or, “In Jin, in all my years of being married to you, I just really enjoyed tolerating you.” If he were to say that to me, I don’t know what would happen.

    You see, the liberal media and this whole atmosphere of tolerance and co-existence may sound beautiful, but if you really look beyond it, it’s basically saying, “Put up with each other but don’t really love.” But the incredible thing is that True Parents are saying, “No, no, no. You cannot just put up with each other. You have to really love each other. You really have to kind of learn to see each other as a family, learn to love each other as brothers and sisters.

    My friend Lynn has an interracial marriage and her child actually started a blog on the Internet that grew to 160,000 people wanting to be a part of her conversation because she was saying, “Why do people always made me choose? I don’t want to be black. I don’t want to be white. I want to be love. That’s what I am.” That’s what True Parents are saying. We all are children of love, right? And it doesn’t matter what race you come from, it doesn’t matter what religion you come from. We are not here to co-exist. We are not here to tolerate each other. We are here to really learn how to love each other. And loving each other requires understanding. We can not truly love somebody without understanding them. We cannot truly love our Jewish brothers and sisters without understanding the beauty of their faith. You cannot truly love Islamic brothers and sisters without understanding the beauty of their faith. So by coming to appreciate what their religion stands for and their history then you come to understand and then love and see the beauty in each different religions. And that’s how we become harmonious.

    And that’s how we come to our third point which is intercultural appreciation. We have so many different cultures. We should not simply co-exist, we should not just tolerate each other, we should not just put up with each other. But we really should appreciate each other’s cultures."

    In Jin Moon
    Family Federation for World Peace & Unification, Boston,
    19th of October, 2008

    I recommend Google Translate to translate this page.
    Jeg anbefaler Google Translate å oversette denne siden.

    2012 Motto for the Unification Movement

    Cheon-gi 3 (2012) Unification Movement/Tongilgyo/Cheon Il Guk Motto:

    "The Era of the Victory, Liberation, and Completion of the True Parents of Heaven, Earth and Humankind"

    Click here to read a translated transcript of Father Moon's 'True God's Day 2012' midnight prayer.