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RAEL names Bill Gates "Honorary Priest"

His Holiness RAEL names Bill Gates "Honorary Priest"

His Holiness Rael ( ) has just named Bill Gates "Honorary Priest" of the International Raelian Movement (also known as "Guides"). Mr. Gates has just arranged to give yet another $3 billion to charitable trusts which are promoting greater equality in global health and learning. For 30 years His Holiness Rael has always taught that people should become as rich as they can in order to help the poor.

The world should be aware that one of the world`s richest men is also the world`s biggest philantropist ! This is often the case - and it is the opposite of the Catholic teachings that "money is bad" and that all money should be donated to the Vatican which will only add this money from poor people to its unimaginable current wealth and use this money for converting more people to a religion which, among many other crimes, promotes aids by lying about the effectiveness of condoms, has always been against the development of vaccines and surgery, were supporters of slavery and money laundering (case filed by Jon Levy Esq. against Holy See). This type of thinking cannot help the poor. Money is good !

The world needs billionaires to help the poor - not Catholic priests and nuns ! Bill gates is much more of a Saint than mother Theresa was - and he doesn't spend 90 % of the donations trying to convert the people he helps to his faith like she did. It is also no surprise that so many of the richest people on earth realize that education is the key to helping the poor help themselves. Charities which only feed the poor only perpetuate this sad situation but giving them access to education will solve it.

Education and basic health should be the rights of all peoples.

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