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Greetings {FIRST_NAME},   October  24, 2019


Join us for an online seminar on the Unification Principle on Saturday, November 2nd from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

We will cover:

  • The Last Days
  • The Mission of the Messiah
  • Predestination
  • Readings from The Family Rooted in Absolute Sexual Ethics, which is the Model for God's Absoluteness, Peace and Ideal, and the Global Kingdom, by Rev. Sun Myung Moon

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 For questions call Richard at 202-544-5081.


watch Are All Vaccines Safe and Effective?

  1. Vaccination is a medical intervention. United States law considers vaccines to be “unavoidably unsafe”.  All medical interventions must  be freely chosen.  There are 26 doses of 11 vaccines currently required by West Virginia Law for school attendance.  The VAERS database has cumulatively recorded  60, 396 serious adverse reactions requiring hospitalization and  6913 deaths nationwide for these vaccines, with the actual figures being 10 times to 100 times greater, due to under and misreporting (600,396 to 6,003,960 serious adverse reactions and 69,130 to 691,300 deaths).  The Vaccine Court has awarded $4.2 billion in compensation for vaccine injuries.  No randomized controlled studies have ever been done comparing vaccinated to unvaccinated populations.  No one has presented scientific data that proves that any given vaccine is more beneficial than harmful.  A recent analysis has proven that the DTP vaccine, used in the United States until 1996 and still in use throughout the world IS more harmful than beneficial.   Dr. Peter Aaby, a world renowned researcher states “I think it’s important to recognize that no routine vaccine was tested for all the effect on mortality in randomized trials before being introduced. I guess most of you think that we know what all our vaccines are doing, we don’t. “ 

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Seventy eight percent of West Virginia ninth grade students are abstaining from sex.  Yet, this percentage drops to 32% for twelfth grade students.  We are missing a great opportunity.

Youth who are abstaining from sex can serve as a great resource who can encourage their peers to make right choices.  Youth who are not sexually active enjoy helping their peers as a peer counselor.  They also gain speaking skills and a mutual support group.

 There are many benefits for youth who decide to wait to have sex.  Here are a few:

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By Stacey Urban
A surgeon General’s report “Facing Addiction in America” finds that abuse of substances such as alcohol and drugs is a growing problem in the United States. The adolescent years are critical at-risk periods. Research show that many adults with substance abuse problems started drinking or taking drugs in their teen years. Teen-age substance abuse is linked to sexual risk behaviors that lead young people to contract sexually transmitted diseases and become pregnant. More needs to be done to lessen such consequences.

 The report concludes that prevention programs for this risky behaviors should focus on individuals, peers, families, schools and communities. When students’ schools environment are supportive and parents are engaged in their children’s live they are less likely to use alcohol or take drugs or engage in premarital sexual behavior. 

 The CDC says in their resource that for primary prevention activities targeting substance use and sexual risk behaviors to be effective, they should include “Peer-led drug and alcohol resistance programs”.

But why not include peer led sex resistance programs?  That is exactly the proven concept behind the Urban Life Training proposal for every school district to have a Right Choices Youth Prevention Corps.

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