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Raël Supports Confiscation Of White Colons’lands

Press release Raelian Movement
Monday, July 15th 2002

Raël Supports The Confiscation Of White Colons’lands By President Robert Mugabe

Raël, spiritual leader of the Raëlian Movement (in which many worldwide responsibles are currently attending a symposium in Valcourt (Quebec, Canada) to celebrate the organization’s 29th anniversary), has asked TAI EHOUAN -Raëlian in charge of the African Continent- to transmit his support to Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe for his action to seize the lands of the descendants of colonizers and redistribute them to poor African farmers.

In his support, Raël also requests a spiritual decolonization by encouraging President Mugabe to support Raelians’ action in their apostasy campaign, in order “to encourage the populations that were colonized by force to reject the christian religions that were imposed on their ancestors by force, thus rediscovering their traditional African religions in a huge movement of “dechristianization”. The decolonization process can only be complete once a spiritual decolonization has taken place.”

For all interviews with Raël, please contact his press agent:


Sylvie Chabot 1-514-366-3734
pr@rael.org
www.rael.org/press

New Zealand Contact
Mark Woodgate
newzealand@rael.org

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