NGO: THE EMPIRES OF THE SMILE - autobiographical

The victims of the guru are many! The disappearances (usually in suicide) of ‘heirs of a good family’ in search of answers for a better existence are emblematic. I came to the ‘number one’ or the one who was best able to monetize his sermons by pretending to be the ‘Jesus who returns’. In the 1970s, Sun Myung Moon was listed on ‘amnesty international’ as a persecuted spiritual guide. In truth this has never happened in a persecutory key, but as a legitimate investigative interest of the South Korean authorities regarding the use of fundraising to finance armigative and herbal companies (ginseng and derivatives) protecting them with the NGO statutes, which legalized their existence and the subsidy with begging of all kinds. Myung did not lose a single dollar or suffered a scratch as a result of such ‘persecutions’, which were his artificial semblance to facilitate philanthropic donations, betraying the trust of the people, convinced that they were donating for African children. This self-styled messiah and coven founded a 'unifying church' on May 1, 1954, a few weeks after Scientology was founded on February 18, 1954, by Lafayette Ronald Hubbard. Both built ‘liquid’ finances and assets estimated in billions of dollars, while claiming to help the needy... without specifying that their 'poor' were almost exclusively wealthy in pursuit of the 'inner well-being', which they claimed to be able to guarantee.