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by PVresistif » 21/11/23, 11:50

And understand Argentina, which has just voted for a “pure and hard-line degagiste”; soon in France ?
Democracy only concerns full bellies, so fewer and fewer people in France.......
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by Janic » 21/11/23, 13:01

21/11/23, 00:13
Matthieu Bock-Côté gives an analysis, details acts and deliberate pressures to modify tradition, history, our ways of living, free will and the meaning of news items.
it is, fortunately or unfortunately, the fact of History, the great one. Traditions are by nature conservative, forgetting that they themselves are only the mixture of other traditions, cultures, linked to warlike invasions, and which end up being integrated into the system in place over a few generations which everyone then forgets. the origin.
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by gegyx » 21/11/23, 13:13

Janic, it is not a tradition coming after a warlike invasion, it is a stupid fashion, imposed by a sectarian clique of leaders to completely destructure the people.
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by Janic » 21/11/23, 13:35

21/11/23, 14:13
Janic, this is not a tradition coming after a warlike invasion, it is a stupid fashion, imposed by a sectarian clique of leaders to completely destructure the people.
I say “warrior” because it is the most brutal way to bring about cultural and other forms of change. But very often it is more insidious, happening slowly through mimicry, which ultimately amounts to the same thing.
For example, the counting of dates, under Roman domination, was alphabetical, the Arab warlike or cultural invasions produced a much more practical numerical change which can be compared with the English measurement standards with the so-called international decimal standards. Yet we continue to use these same "English" standards in piping for example which are counted in inches or in aviation which is counted in feet, etc... and everything goes through these "stupid" modes at a given moment like Franglais or verlan Only History will show what will be preserved and the rest forgotten, except by a few "specialists".
This is also the world we live in! : Cheesy:
It seems much more important to me not to poison our children with adulterated food and with vaccines or medications that destroy their natural immunity.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 29/11/23, 13:58

An international yoga sect dismantled, its guru and forty people arrested

The police dismantled a network of the Atman yoga federation on Tuesday and took forty-one people into custody, including its spiritual leader, Gregorian Bivolaru, suspected of abuse of weakness, rape, human trafficking and “organized gang sequestration”.



Forty-one people were arrested in France, suspected of being linked to an international sectarian network accused of numerous abuses under the guise of practicing tantric yoga, Agence France-Presse (AFP) learned, confirming information from Libération, and RFI Tuesday November 28. Among those arrested is Gregorian Bivolaru, the Romanian guru and founder of this international yoga movement.

The man at the head of the Atman federation, formerly called the Movement for Spiritual Integration towards the Absolute (MISA), is suspected of having indoctrinated female followers of his organization to sexually exploit them. Gregorian Bivolaru was arrested during a vast operation against his network: some 175 police officers were mobilized, coordinated by the Central Office for the Repression of Violence against Persons, in Paris, in Seine-et-Marne, in Val-de -Marne and in the Alpes-Maritimes. During the arrests, twenty-six women, several of whom were under influence, were released, a source close to the investigation told AFP.

Human trafficking


This movement has numerous yoga schools and other branches of which it is "difficult to quantify the number of followers", but "it's several hundred people", explains a source close to the matter to AFP. A judicial investigation was opened by the Paris prosecutor's office in July 2023, for abuse of weakness, rape, human trafficking and “organized gang kidnapping”.

At the end of July 2022, the Interministerial Mission for Vigilance and the Fight against Sectarian Abuses sent a report to the public prosecutor after being informed by the Human Rights League of twelve reports from former members of the MISA movement, specified a judicial source to AFP.

Libération recalls that Mr. Bivolaru had been convicted in Romania for rape of a minor and wanted by Interpol for trafficking in women. The Atman federation is present in around thirty countries, the majority of which are European. In France, it operates through the Yoga Integral association, present in Paris, Nice and Poitiers.
https://www.lemonde.fr/societe/article/ ... _3224.html
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by DrBombay » 29/11/23, 14:03

AFTER CREPOL
The scum sect is not dismantled, on the contrary it is recruiting.

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by DrBombay » 29/11/23, 18:08

Thank you for demonstrating that although the shape is somewhat similar, the substance is no longer the same.
Yesterday, let off steam like a playground fight; today, community groups with ideology, weapons and deaths.
Long live left-wing progress!
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 29/11/23, 18:18

From the left ? Which left? It was the right that organized family reunification, then left these people to languish in ghettos that they built themselves... and then, the left did nothing either. Not to mention Chirac (the noise and the smell) and Sarko (the kärcher)...

Here, “your playground”:
50 years ago, bloody ball in Hoerdt
On September 23, 1972, 50 years ago, in Hoerdt, a violent fight at a ball left 1 dead and 6 injured among a group of footballers from Fos-sur-Mer who came to play a friendly match in Reichstett in the afternoon.
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by Janic » 29/11/23, 18:18

bombay
Long live left-wing progress!
how would this be more left-wing than any other political or social system?
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