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Bush Family Gets Millions From Cult's Fake "Nonprofit"

Bruce Wilson: Over $3,000,000 From Shadowy Moon "Foundation" Goes To Bushes
 
 
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Here is the introductory portion of independent researcher Larry Zilliox's investigative work showing that over $3,000,000 have flowed from a fake "nonprofit" foundation for "world peace", controlled by the Unification Church, to the Bush family.

"We are honored to welcome Larry Zilliox as a guest front pager. He is the president of Investigative Research Specialists, a private investigation company based in Bristow, Virginia. He has done extensive research on the Moon empire, following the money trail through public records and other sources. -- FC

As followers of Rev. Sun Myung Moon pray for a presidential pardon for their aging Messiah's felony tax-fraud conviction in the 1980s, the latest tax filing of the Washington Times Foundation has become available. The return covers the months from April 2005 through March 2006 and shows a $100,000 contribution from the foundation to the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy.


[image,above: George Bush Senior speaking at a 1996 Moon sponsored event ]

The Washington Times was founded by Moon and has been subsidized by Moon-controlled interests."
The only larger donation made by the foundation in that year was to another entity closely associated with Moon, the American Family Coalition, Inc. which received $219,000.

[image,above: still from video clip of George and Barbara Bush greeting Sun Myung Moon and his wife at a Moon event, backstage at the Tokyo Dome, 1995 ]

Funding for the Washington Times Foundation comes primarily from the mysterious International Peace Foundation (IPF). The source of the funds IPF donated to the Washington Times Foundation are not known and most likely are untraceable because IPF does not appear to be a legally incorporated entity. The IPF address listed in the Washington Times Foundation tax return is the Unification Movement-owned building at 7777 Leesburg Pike in Falls Church Virginia. A check of the Internal Revenue Service online directory of organizations recognized as exempt failed to find a listing for IPF. A check of GuideStar database of non-profit organizations also found no listing."

here's the rest of Larry Zilliox's story

I'll be posting more material on Moon & the Bush family presently - Bruce Wilson

Bruce Wilson writes for Talk To Action , a blog specializing in faith and politics.

 
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