Tuesday, August 30, 2022

[HWPL] HWPL Heats Up Global Online News as the World Looks to the ‘WARP Summit’


[HWPL] HWPL Heats Up Global Online News as the World Looks to the ‘WARP Summit’

“I have something I want to say (to reporters). Isn't peace better than war? If you are not yet a peace ambassador, please become one. Shouldn't the media take the lead?"

- HWPL Chairman Man-Hee Lee at a press conference held after the Proclamation of the 'Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War' (DPCW) on March 14, 2016 -

Man-hee Lee, Chairman of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), often uses the expression “calling heaven and earth as a witness” at official meetings. It is also said to emphasize that everything he does is worthy of respect and publicity.

Furthermore, there are those who are invited to witness official peace events: journalists. In response, global media has shown great interest in Chairman Man-hee Lee's innovative approach and astounding results for the realization of world peace. In particular, During his world peace tours in 70 countries, Chairman Lee has featured in media coverage, including interviews and broadcast appearances, more than 300 times.

World media can not forget the excitement of the WARP (World Alliance of Religions' Peace) Summit held on September 18th, 2014 at Jamsil Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea, with 200,000 participants. Even at that time, the media headlined and reported its astonishment, with subsequent coverage of annual commemorations of the September 18th WARP Summit.

This peace conference was special as it clearly demonstrated how peace can be realized through the official proposal of two solutions for peace that Chairman Lee has received through his earnest prayers to heaven: the “enactment of an international law to end wars in the global village” and the “unity of religions”. To this end, Chairman Lee proposed a campaign in support of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW, 10 Articles 38 Clauses) and of the activities of the ‘WARP Office’. Participants were astonished by these clear proposals and they were made known worldwide through the press.

AnaneimConnected (United States) reported with the headline, “World Alliance of Religions' Peace Summit Marks Beginning of a New Era of Peace.” A report was also published in the Chinese newspaper Sacheondang Daejapmun that “The passion of young people for world peace has captured the hearts of the leaders of the global village.”

Malaysiasaya (Malaysia) emphasized in its headline that "Press conference for the World Alliance of Religions presents a concrete way to ending war and achieving world peace."

Brazil's Hora Um da Notícia wrote, "Religions from all over the world have come together for a world without war," while Albaiulianul, Romania, delivered the news of the World Peace Summit by reporting, "The governments, non-profit and religious organizations gathered for discussion to establish peace."

Bosnia and Herzegovina OSLOBODENJE reported with the headline, 'The largest peace conference ever held with presidents from all over the world’, and Nigeria’s The Nation emphasized that “A new era of world peace has been declared”. BruDirect of Brunei sung praises as it reported that “The successful hosting of the WARP Summit, which opened the beginning of a new era of peace, informed the world that the era of peace has begun, and Seoul, Korea has become a center of peace.”

Further media outlets which, among others, reported on the World Peace Summit include SanDiegoRed (Mexico), Africe Today (Angola), Applause Africa (USA), Africanews (USA), KP Daily News (Cyprus), SINART (Costa Rica), Georgia Today (Costa Rica), A1plus (Armenia), EMTV (Papua New Guinea), Spy News Agency (Ghana), state broadcaster Electron TV (Chad), Bahrain News Agency, DailyNews (Zimbabwe), state broadcaster Bolsa de Noticias (Nicaragua), and National Yemen.

With every stop on Chairman Lee's peace tour, reports were published through online media and broadcasters.

Bolsa de Noticias, the national broadcaster in Nicaragua, announced the news of Chairman Lee's visit online, and CNBC in the United States reported the headline, "World peace activist and HWPL Chairman delivers a message of peace to the United Nations."

News of Chairman Lee’s peace tours, including peace talks, peace conferences, women’s and youth forums, world peace walks, Memorandum of understanding (MOU) and Memorandum of agreement (MOA) ceremonies, peace agreement ceremonies, and peace academy designation ceremonies were reported through the media in every country.

CNN iReport, a public media outlet in the United States, reported on the news of HWPL's UN Peace Conference with the headline, "'World Peace Leadership', and the 'Women, Youth, and Interdenominational Conference' at the United Nations!"

Media outlets which reported on HWPL's peace activities include Mexico El Mexicano, Saida Online (Lebanon), Platinum Weekly (South Africa), E-Consulta Veracruz (Mexico), Digi24 (Romania), Philstar (Philippines), Radio Television of Kosovo, ZimEye (Zimbabwe), state broadcaster KTRK (Kyrgyzstan), Albanian Telegraphic Agency, TheNiche Newspaper (Nigeria), Saka News  (Bulgaria), and Sri Lanka Puvath.


1 comment:

  1. “What is the greatest blessing we can leave to future generations? Is it material possessions? Can money truly give us happiness in this fearful world filled with conflict? Our duty in this era is to create a world of peace where future generations can coexist in harmony.” HWPL💗

    A beautiful, hopeful and somewhat miraculous post. How is that HWPL Chairman Man-hee Lee, who was in his mid-80s at that time, could mediate a cruel, bloody 40-year inter-religious conflict between Catholic and Islamic groups that had claimed 120,000 lives on the island of Mindanao - which no government agency or peacekeeping force could solve - yet so few media organisations report it? Thank YOU for reporting this news of peace. I hope more media outlets will do the same and I will certainly do my part in spreading this news and, if possible, watch the screening of the ‘Great Legacy’ documentary.