On my personal blog, I have a post that deals with the problem of racial and religious bigotry. The post addresses the irony that many of those who fight against the bigotry of the sectarian right are themselves accused of being bigots. The post also touches upon the Unification movement.
The leadership of the Unification Church has been at the forefront of tarring opponents as religious bigots and racists--this strategy was employed when Moon was brought up on charges of income tax fraud and conspiracy. The theme of then-Unification Church president Mose Durst's 1984 book To Bigotry, No Sanction: Reverend Sun Myung Moon and the Unification Church was that the United States prosecuted Moon because of its legacy of racism and religious intolerance.