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Yes to GM : Raelians demonstrate naked!

Yes to GM : Raelians demonstrate naked!

Valcourt, Friday July 11th, 2003 – In response to the event "Bare Witness" which took place in Great Britain this past June 29th where 30 demonstrators gathered fully naked to form the words: "No GM", more than 300 naked Raelians will gather to form the words "I love GM".

Gathered for their Annual Sensual Meditation Seminars, Raelians will take advantage of this opportunity to show their support for genetically modified foods by having these foods on their daily menu. In his most recent book "Yes, to human cloning", His Holiness RAEL, founder and spiritual leader of the Raelian Movement, devotes an entire chapter to GM. To this effect, He writes: - GM allow the considerable reduction of pesticides and fungicides on Earth, which are a serious source of pollution - they allow, as recently demonstrated with yellow rice, to provide an important source of vitamins to Third World countries, whose population so desperately needs them

His Holiness RAEL adds: "It is all too easy for Westerners to proclaim from the top of their obese tower that GM foods are dangerous. However, the most hazardous for a person's health is not to have any food at all." It has been 30 years now that His Holiness RAEL has been saying that everything will be achievable through science, this very science which is at the origin of all life forms on Earth. This was revealed to Him on December 13th 1973 by beings coming from another planet, the ELOHIM of the Bible (see www.rael.org). Science is revolutionizing our society. Genetically modified foods, nanotechnology, cloning, and many other technologies prove that it is impossible to stop science.

This demonstration will take place on Monday July 14th at 2PM at UFOland - 1382 Rg 7 - VALCOURT.

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