如何看待统一教会安排信众统一结婚,甚至还可以安排信众家庭跑路美国?

https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%90%88%E5%90%8C%E7%B5%90%E5%A9%9A%E5%BC%8F

世界各地有非常多的接受统一结婚的日韩“混血”家庭,而你美的统一教会移民占了很大一部分。统一教会是不是很能够解决不少年轻人的烦恼,甚至可以帮助他们润去更好的地方?

而且虽然统一教会在国内也是违法的,但耐不住国内韩国人群体巨大,总能够找到组织,且不会像法轮功一样被迫害。事实上山上彻也某种意义上要是能被他母亲带去美国,那结局或许又不一样了。

网上有很多这些日韩或者日美混血小朋友在文大师的精神引导下的成功故事(跟我们轮二代非常类似),实际上他们的确也挺开心的。所以这也就是为何我说,山上彻也终究还是不够成功,要是他母亲能够忽悠全家倒贴钱跑出来,事实上在海外,统一教会的教徒互助是比你日更多的,而且美国人对于这种玩意儿也更宽容。

所以某种意义上山上的悲剧在于他生在了日本
如果統一教是邪教早就要取締了,為什麼至今沒一個日本人敢告統一教,岸田文雄這個立場不堅定的投機分子就一直縱容白左在輿論上興風作浪,說什麼殺安倍就是對的?街頭殺人犯就是受迫害者?他媽的,有哪個宗教團體是不用到處佈道求捐獻的?若果有教徒上癮把家產都捐出去,那這個宗教就必定是邪教的話,那全世界都應該取締宗教了。
BreakingWave Are we so helpless against the tide.
入统一教还不如入LDS(俗称的摩门教)

统一教不算主流,教主瞎指婚。LDS教会的很多都是社会精英,还可以便宜上BYU,里面都是真心实意愿意跟你结婚的绝无指婚的情况,word of wisdom里的戒律还对健康有好处,华人三代也能进Quorum of the Twelve
hummer 负典专用鬼画符
去美国那也是韩式基督教小团体内部互帮互助,山上的悲剧是他属于冰河期一代
这说白了是日本发明泛亚主义的结果和报应。世界上是没有真正无辜的人的,如果你觉得无辜,那最大的可能是你并不了解这个人的全部经历或者是他的祖辈的经历--尤其是祖辈的经历。
没有免费的午餐,教会的东西尤其是最贵的。要是靠教会移民结婚那这辈子别想摆脱了
异端。神圣的结合被文教主韩教主搞成大型过家家表演。抽签行为的本质是占卜就更不用说了。集体婚礼是现代性的、极权主义的,这可以在纳粹和苏联的大型集体活动中找到影子。这种集体式的,消灭个人特征的婚姻仪式本质上抹灭了个人品格在婚姻中的作用,本应由双方独自完成的契约也被无效的咒语取代了。
阿布比二世 大熊维尼
你想要别人的利息,他想要你的本金。这点道理而已啦。
对这种所谓宗教组织,客气点叫异端,准确点叫邪教。
https://www.carplife.org/
https://history.familyfed.org/periodicals/true-parents-big-web-site



Kayoko Obata Naito was born on October 23rd, 1957 in Niigata, Japan. Raised by her parents Isamu and Kane Obata, Kayoko grew up as the youngest of four siblings Kiyoko, Seiichi, and Takeshige. She was born into a family of Buddhist and Shinto background. Growing up she enjoyed activities such as kendo, badminton, and volleyball.

After high school, Kayoko worked as a bookkeeper in Shinjuku City, Japan. Despite her comfortable life, Kayoko felt strongly that she needed a purpose greater than just making money. Around that time, she read a book called Shiokari Pass, a true story of a Christian man who sacrificed his life by jumping in front of a train that was moving backward in order to stop it from heading off a cliff. She shed tears thinking about his heart of sacrifice and realizing that there are people like that who exist.

Kayoko was introduced to the Unification movement in 1980 at the Hidakaya Nakai Station in Shinjuku City, Japan. When she heard the Divine Principle, she had the feeling, “I cannot live without the truth.” The teachings answered her questions about life, society, and world affairs. Kayoko joined the Unification movement and dedicated herself as a full-time member in hopes that she could contribute to creating an ideal world by practicing the Divine Principle. From the time she joined, Kayoko flourished under the loving spiritual care of Teruko Yamashita.

While in Kanagawa, Japan, she worked in a church company called “Frontline”, where she sold tools and products that promoted a healthier lifestyle. She worked in the sales/care division that called for a lot of patience and conversation skills.

In 1982, when Father Moon requested Japanese members to come to the United States as missionaries, Kayoko volunteered. She served in states throughout the Northeast engaging in fundraising, pastor evangelism, and babysitting children of full-time missionary parents. During this period, she also attended college for two years studying accounting in Pennsylvania.

Kayoko received the Marriage Blessing with Tetsuaki Naito on January 12th, 1989 as part of the 1275 Couple International Blessing in Yongin, South Korea. Afterward, she served on a witnessing team at the 43rd church building in New York City. She also worked as a staff member at the video center there as well as a Japanese-English translator.

While Kayoko was devoted to her public work, her dedication reflected towards her family members in the same way. While living in New York City, Kayoko gave birth to twin boys Ryota and Junta in 1995. Soon after in 1998, she gave birth to her son Taichiro. Then the Naito family moved to Belleville, New Jersey, and Kayoko gave birth to her final child and only daughter Sayuri in 1999.

In 2002, the Naito family moved to Elizabeth, New Jersey. While raising her children, Kayoko also took on jobs such as being a retail sales associate and sushi clerk. Her love extended to her children’s school, where one day she made bento boxes and taught origami for everyone in the classroom. In her leisure time with her family, she enjoyed going to cherry blossom parks, visiting other family’s homes, and hosting birthday celebrations. She shared with her children that her goal in life is to become a true mother.

这是个跟山上母亲差不多时候入教的日本人跑路美国的故事。挺有参考性的,葱油想跑路真的可以考虑宗教这条路,加入法轮功真的是很好的办法。
那是看運氣的
教主“祈禱”之後發現你應該跟烏干達還是敘利亞人結婚
你就得跟他結婚
"你日" , "你美" 這都是什么意思?可否講人話?
"你日" , "你美" 這都是什么意思?可否講人話?
Tonelowya 璗烙雅
世上哪個宗教教義不愚蠢的? 耶穌也是會水上漂,摩西還會分水.
但是宗教雖然愚蠢但是有用,利用教徒的虔誠指定婚配自然會提高生育力,減少張獻忠!
萬一發生大型天災和人禍戰爭它們才是能活下來的,

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