Moonies founder goes down in helicopter crash

Posted: July 22, 2008 in Above the Fold, Denominational Fun, IJS
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Sun Myung Moon – founder of the Unification “Church” – was injured slightly when his Sikorsky S-92 helicopter crashed during an emergency landing and burst into flames in Gapyeong, about 37 miles northeast of the capital. Whoa!

The Moonies, who also own this and this media source, is known for their potpourri religion that is a mixture of Christian, Confucian and traditional Korean values, and Moon’s followers believe he came into the world to complete the work of Jesus Christ.

Yeah, uh… no, he didn’t. Let’s just get that straight now. I don’t see God really requiring a project manager for his work on earth once Jesus completed his W-4 on Golgotha.

In addition, Moon routinely uses seances to speak with his spirit guides, and Jesus really didn’t need that kind of hook up seeing how he owned the batphone. And don’t even get me started on their diabolical version of “blood cleansing“. Suffice to say, I’ll stick with the Holy Spirit detergent I got at Calvary.

And one other thing, Moon is 88. When an octogenarian goes down in a helicopter crash, is it a bit of a cover up to say he was only “slightly injured”? That’s like saying when your baby girl hits the magical age of two, she only gets “slightly cranky.” Or maybe that’s just me.

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Comments
  1. Mathias says:

    “And one other thing, Moon is 88. When an octogenarian goes down in a helicopter crash, is it a bit of a cover up to say he was only “slightly injured”? That’s like saying when your baby girl hits the magical age of two, she only gets “slightly cranky.” Or maybe that’s just me.”

    .. Yep, that’s just you .. This crash was real, and yes, they went to the hospital etc., but they are all fine. Pictures of the scene is the only proof, and then ofc. Sun Myung Moon’s words (with all the other passangers on boards), and that’s enough at least for me, to believe that this is a true miracle.

  2. yemi says:

    you know, I watched sometihng on how the plane was supposed to blow up and stuff last sunday and well…miracles, it is overused but {i hat to say it}, I guess this was a miracle.

  3. hiscrivener says:

    You know, that joke would work if I really did make that image. It’s a toy found anywhere, made by Hasbro. Ah, Google. Making dimwits out of everyone, everywhere.

  4. Ern Sandler says:

    Hey i think the image there looks like the the one who made that image….It suits you…hehe!!

    Peace too….wehehe

  5. hiscrivener says:

    Chris,

    The image and most of the surrounding copy is satire. You know, a lighthearted introspective look on something that requires some serious thought.

    And come on. If you really think I was doubting a miracle, then maybe you should stick with other sites like Nickelodeon or PBSKids.org. I was laughing at how a man that old can only get “slightly injured” in a friggin’ plane crash. It was humor.

    Lastly, Chris. It’s like judging a book by its cover. The images are for the punchline or the headline, not the byline (as in the article). The religion is bogus, as lined up receptively to the Bible, but miracles are alive and well… these 2009 years later.

    Peace

  6. Chris Marks says:

    Well.. That’s not a very objectif news. Maybe you should have put an other image that makes you more credible ? I don’t think I’ll be coming back on this site again.

    Oh and bye the way.. You belive in miracles that happened 2009 years ago, that no one today can witness, but you dont belive that an old man get’s out with out a sratch of a S-92 crash ? And I could bet that there was some witness.

  7. It shouldn’t be difficult for you to believe that he is slightly injured if you can believe the many miracles performed by Jesus Christ.

    Also, if you don’t think it is a waste of your time, you may want to read this.

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