Quote:They figured out very quick they didn't want that kind of trouble, so immediately launched a counterattack, as can be seen with hundreds of posts by the Raelians on the internet to take the focus off themselves on that issue.
So in fact the Raelians do present a threat to the public, they are not benign.
Who knows, some disturbed Raelians could hire some crazy scientist and be illegally experimenting with human cloning using Raelian female followers as live HUMAN subjects, which would be a crime against humanity
Or the crazy scientist could already be a Raelian
All of the evidence so for points to the fact that the Raelians simply fabricated about doing anything with cloning, just to get media attention. Another fraud.
But of course there could be a mentally disturbed person, who happens to be a scientist, who gets lured into the Raelian scam.
Or maybe just a mentally disturbed scientist who wants to experiment with live human cloning, which is illegal, so he looks for some place to do it. There are people advocating for this.
What does he need?
He needs financing, a location, and willing female human subjects.
The Raelians could provide all of those for him, especially the female subjects.
And what happens, like with animal cloning, when most of the babies die or are deformed?
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"The estranged former wife of Vorilhon characterised him as a 'cult leader' and claimed he brought groups of female RaŽlians home and held orgies which affected the children from an early age."
[I was married to clone cult leader Rael 15 years. He wrecked my life and our children's.], Mail on Sunday/January 12, 2003.
Some Sex With Your Clone Perhaps?
Documentary filmmakers and Raelian infiltrators Joe McGowen (left) and Abdullah Hashem (right) pose with Raelian bishop and Clonaid CEO Brigitte Boisselier at a Raelian convention in Las Vegas in May.