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Tuesday 10 May 2011
LAS VEGAS, May 9 – In a recent speech given in Japan, Rael, spiritual leader of the International Raelian Movement (IRM) commented on the Fukushima problem, saying that the Japanese government indeed made a mistake by building a plant so close to the ocean with such vulnerability to tsunamis, but he also said the Japanese government didn’t have much choice since it has 120 million citizens expecting power.

"The problem facing humanity is that we need too much electricity because we have too many people on Earth; it is overpopulated,” Rael explained.

The concept of having too many humans on Earth is not new to Raelians. The threat linked to overpopulation was clearly described in the Message given to Rael in 1973, when he met the scientists who created life on Earth,”according to the Raelian scriptures.

“With our present technology, Earth shouldn’t have more than 3 billion people. But we now have more than twice that number,” Rael said in his recent speech. “Right now, almost all of the world’s governments are criminals, not because they create nuclear plants, but because they keep pushing people to have more children – and those additional want to have more electricity and hence more facilities like Fukushima. The Fukushima crisis is a result of overpopulation!”
Sunday 24 April 2011
In a speech made public on Saturday April 16, RAEL, founder and spiritual leader of the International Raelian Movement congratulated and supported President Robert MUGABE in his policy of nationalization of the economy, taking over companies owned by western countries in Zimbabwe.

In a recent speech, President Mugabe said his government will proceed with the “indigenisation and empowerment policy and programs to ensure that the resources are managed, controlled and exploited by Zimbabwe and that they benefit the majority of the people.” He also said he would appreciate the whites doing business in Zimbabwe only as subordinates to the indigenous Zimbabweans in all areas of business.

RAEL applauded President Mugabe's decision and said: "All African countries should do the same. Africa belongs to Africans, not to the ex-colonizers who continue their colonialist behavior under the disguise of powerful multinational conglomerates."
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