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Rael Awards The Title Of "Honorary Guide"


His Holiness Rael Awards The Title Of "Honorary Guide"

To Director Michael Moore

His Holiness RAEL, spiritual leader of the Raelian Movement, has just awarded director Michael Moore with the title of "Honorary Guide", for his movie "Bowling for Columbine" and for the anti-war position he's taken during the Oscars' ceremony. After receiving his Oscar, Mr.Moore took the microphone and spoke directly to Mr. Bush in these terms: "We are against this war, Mr. Bush. Shame on you, Mr. Bush, shame on you!". He also invited the American people to not remain silent and to express their anti-war position.

The Raelian Movement's public relations service is in contact with Michael Moore to organize a meeting so that His Holiness RAEL can personally give him his award. His Holiness also intends to propose an exclusive film project to the director.

It is the 4th time that His Holiness RAEL has awarded this honorary title. The first 3 were respectively awarded to Sinead O'Connor for tearing up a photo of the Pope, Madonna for her erotic video clip in a church, and George Michael for his video clip in which he attacks George Bush and Tony Blair.

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