Сhurchgoers flock to Notre Dame in hard hats to attend 1st mass since fire

RAEL’S COMMENT: “A small crowd of 30 attended, half of them clergy.” Yes you read it well. The first mass after the fire in the iconic Notre Dame de Paris draw 15 persons only… What a contrast with the huge media coverage worldwide. Paris, French capital with 2 millions inhabitants saw only 15 people attracted by this event.The Catholic church is (thankfully) dead. By the way, it’s quite funny to see Catholic priests, supposed to be protected by their imaginary god, wearing helmets to perform a mass… Like somebody wrote: “The day churches were equipped with lightning rods, all believers should have apostatize”…
 

A small congregation, wearing hard hats for safety reasons, attended a mass in Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral, two months after the building was gutted in a devastating fire.

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Would you eat genetically modified food if you understood the science behind it?

RAEL’S COMMENT: We already eat a lot of GM food without knowing it. If I have a choice I would always choose GM food, simply because it taste better! And to support science which is our religion.
 

Learning the underlying science behind genetically modified foods generates more positive attitudes toward them, a greater willingness to eat them, and a lowered perception that GM foods are risky.

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UN spokesman Chris Gunness breaks down during interview on Gaza

RAEL’S COMMENT: A real Human Being. Everybody should feel like that knowing what’s happening in Gaza. And people who do or say nothing would have been the same who were silent when Jewish people were killed during the Nazi genocide. Now tell me more about saving the whales or the bees…
 

Chris Gunness, a spokesman for the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees, succumbs to his emotions during a live interview with Al Jazeera. Gunness was being interviewed about an attack on a UN school shelter in which at least 15 people, mostly women and children, were killed. Gunness says ‘What is happening in Gaza, particularly to the children, is an affront to the humanity of all of us’

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