South Korean Preacher Arrested After Stranding Own Cult In Fiji

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Another Cult Leader abandons her followers, tales of woe and violence.

South Korean preacher arrested after stranding her cult in Fiji

Shin Ok-ju held as former members of Grace Road Church tell of violent beatings

A South Korean cult leader has been arrested after abandoning 400 of her followers in Fiji.

Grace Road Church founder Shin Ok-ju and three other senior members of the group were arrested at Incheon International Airport on Sunday, according to a statement by police in Gyeonggi province.

Shin is accused of confiscating the passports of 400 of her followers, stranding them in Fiji, as well as overseeing a tyrannical regime in which members were forced to labour on rice farms and inflict savage beatings on one another.

As leader of Grace Road Church, Shin preaches an apocalyptic brand of Christianity which has been “pinpointed by major Korean church denominations as heretical”, Korean Christian newspaper The Kukmin Times reports.

In 2014, Shin began prophesying a disastrous famine, encouraging her devotees to found a new colony on far-flung Fiji, which she said would offer them the best chance of survival. ...

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In 2014, Shin began prophesying a disastrous famine, encouraging her devotees to found a new colony on far-flung Fiji, which she said would offer them the best chance of survival.
FFS! Fiji is facing a huge threat from Global Warming. Did nobody think to fact check the notion that Fiji might not be famine proof when it sinks below the waves? Truly religion is the unscrupulous leading the gullible into the desert.
 

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It's doomsday for her.

South Korean doomsday cult leader is jailed for six years over beatings and brutal rituals handed out to hundreds of followers to 'drive out evil spirits'
  • Shin Ok-ju convinced 400 of her followers to move to Fiji to protect themselves
  • Once they arrived their passports were taken and they suffered physical torture
  • Shin was convicted of violence, child abuse and fraud and sentenced yesterday
PUBLISHED: 11:26, 31 July 2019 | UPDATED: 11:37, 31 July 2019
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...-six-years.html?ito=social-twitter_mailonline
 
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