I have seen on the news the past few days that the first woman president of South Korea has been removed from office. From what I gathered it was because she was said to be linked to and/or controlled by members of a cult there. I hope this serves as wake up call to leaders who become involved in this type of thing. Even in South Korea, which is a hotbed of cults, most people do not want a leader who is controlled by a group like this.
It is a strategy by cults to intertwine themselves with political figures so that they can use them for public relations so that they can recruit and maintain members. The political figures never know that they are being used because they do not know how cults operate, for the most part. The "Queen's Award" is an example of this. Though the Wms makes it look like they are the only ones given an award and that the Queen singled them out exclusively, that is completely misleading. But the members had it presented to them this way, and they are gushing all over themselves about it. It's a ploy, it's a manipulation. But most members just take it as fact and don't realize they are being manipulated. Too bad, really too bad.