Another thank you to John Power for helping to share an interesting and bizarre aspect of the whole JMS cult saga that I have to admit is rather personal. It was obvious when she first appeared on Wikipedia – despite her denials – that she was a member of the cult on a mission. It was also obvious that she was joined by a few colleagues who of course also claimed to not be members. Their comedic antics to whitewash the page of the notorious sex offender they think is Jesus/The Holy Son were worthy of a Monty Python sketch. Continue reading “Wikipedia Page of Rapist-Led JMS Cult Whitewashed from Inside the ATO”
A big thank you to journalist John Power for interviewing me a couple of weeks ago about my recent legal dealings with Korea’s notorious JMS cult.
Thanks to the crew at The Korea Observer for publishing a slightly different version of the following and for pushing me to complete it in a timely manner. Your support and friendship are greatly appreciated. And a big thank you to whoever translated this: 韩国淫乱邪教渗透墨尔本 专捡大学美女下. Also, my heartfelt appreciation for Dr. Ji-il Tak for his friendship and continued support. Also a big thank you to John Power who wrote about this case for Vice.
The task of describing my experiences to date of being sued by members of Korea’s notorious JMS cult is quite a daunting one. I should start by sharing some of the cult’s astounding history before describing how I came to be involved and the path I took that led to me facing criminal charges.
That is why Hitler killed 6 million Jews in the gas chamber and rung oil from them. If you don’t think that was a great thing, you have nothing to do with me or with salvation.
The first time I recall being fascinated with North Korea was while I was living and teaching English in Japan (2000-2002) where I heard for the first time about the abduction of 13-year-old Megami Yokota by North Korean agents. The idea that a nation state could order the kidnapping of a school girl and then have that order carried out totally stunned me for all the obvious reasons. Continue reading “Volunteering With North Korean Defectors”
The sinking of the Sewol ferry and the revelation that the owner – who quickly became a fugitive before being found dead on a hill – was the leader of his own cult resulted in increased media interest in Korean cults in general. Reporter John Power interviewed me for his story about Korean cults. Below are the parts of our conversation that made it into his piece: