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May 2019
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Speeches

Today, the prospects for peace and contentment, especially in our region (from Iraq to Myanmar), are very critical. Our nation stands at the most sensitive phase in its history. Economic, social, cultural, religious, and communal relations have been severely challenged. Political instability and a state of impunity have created uncertainty and anxiety about what the future may bring.

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Recently, I had the privilege of attending the World Summit on Peace and International Leadership Conference in New York sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation. Over 300 distinguished delegates from around the world gathered, including current and former heads of state and government, women leaders and current and former first ladies, parliamentarians, and religious leaders.

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We are in times of crisis. Economic growth has been interrupted and there is a growing recession comparable to the 1929 crisis. It is a global economic crisis that was born in the US and transmitted to Europe, Japan, China, Mexico, Argentina, and Latin America in general. It demonstrates that we are interconnected and interdependent.

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We cannot ignore that we are living at a very singular moment. In the last five years, our region experienced an economic expansion based on favorable conditions in the global market.

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This is the “era of revolutionary change after the coming of heaven,” when people will no longer be beyond the influence of heavenly law. We must lead transparent lives of goodness with our every action being as clear as a crystal. We must accomplish a “pure love revolution” by educating all people about the value of absolute sexual ethic centered on God, our heavenly parent. This is the only way to pass on the lineage of goodness to all of humankind, and the path to achieving God’s ideal of true families.

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The 1945 Constitution of UNESCO declares that "since war begins in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that defenses of peace must be constructed." Nevertheless, after many years, that objective is far from being attained, now that conflicts within nations are supplanting wars between states.

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Liberia, Africa’s oldest independent republic, has been plagued with a myriad of political, economic, social, and at times, religious problems that conspired over the years to subject its citizens to numerous obstacles that did not permit sustainable growth and viable national progress.

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The UPF went from strength to strength in its commitments to play an important role in bringing peace all over the globe. It seeks to establish ever more consistent links among various groups, in order to achieve the great dream of bringing together all people of faith, overcoming barriers, conflicts, and prejudices.

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The idea of interfaith dialogue that the Universal Peace Federation espouses — that of bringing together the world’s moderates and hence isolating the radicals who would use religion for political ends — is rapidly gaining ground in the world.

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Where are we headed? What is happening to our youth, marriages, and families today? Divorce is around 48 percent in the US but the break-up rate for cohabitation is 85 percent. Forty percent of the children in the US will grow up without their father. Sex is used as a recreational sport.

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Father Moon has always wanted to see the United Nations affirm the highest spiritual truths and live for the sake of others, thereby becoming a God-centered UN or a “Parent UN.” The trademark of such a United Nations is not national self interest, but service, cooperation, and the promotion of reconciliation and harmony among religious, racial, and ethnic groups, as well as among nations, building one family under God.

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The world is looking for leadership to bring us out of the economic, political, and religious conflicts that are besieging us on every front. No one world leader can do this. No political mechanism can sustain this weight of such change, for our history is filled with the rise and fall of many kingdoms.

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