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Lautoka declines offer to establish alien embassy, wants to focus on tourism

The Lautoka Chamber of Commerce and Industry will not consider a proposal to build an alien embassy. Last month, Jarel Aymonier, the leader of the Oceania chapter of the International Rael Movement, gave a presentation to the Chamber’s business forum on how Lautoka could host an embassy worth $F2.6b to communicate with and receive aliens. The Rael […]

Peni Shute

February 3, 2016 11:07 pm

The Lautoka Chamber of Commerce and Industry will not consider a proposal to build an alien embassy.

Last month, Jarel Aymonier, the leader of the Oceania chapter of the International Rael Movement, gave a presentation to the Chamber’s business forum on how Lautoka could host an embassy worth $F2.6b to communicate with and receive aliens.

The Rael Movement is a “UFO religion” founded in 1974 that believes a species of extraterrestrials scientifically created life on Earth.

Chamber Administrator, Salim Mohammed, stressed Lautoka City needed to grow more towards the tourism market and not alien-related things.

That’s the guy from Italy who just came and you know just presented something that we did not really understand.

And unfortunately no one understood, he said some spiritual tourism and then we ruled it out because we were concentrating more on agriculture tourism and waterfall tourism, ancient village built in Labasa village in Lautoka.

Mr Salim said Fiji needed something that is real and genuine.

There is no such thing as alien, if there is one alien here in Fiji, then everyone in the world will be here to see.

No we are not touching it at all, nothing to do with that. We want something reality, something genuine, something with history, something what Fiji produces.

Mr Aymonier had reportedly said that apart from pioneer status, Lautoka could also benefit economically from spiritual tourism.

Hundreds of thousands of people around the world believe we were made by extra-terrestrial beings as an experiment and these beings are referred to as God in the Bible and in other religious books around the world.

If Fiji and especially Lautoka grant the necessary extraterritoriality and authorisation for the ET embassy to be built, it will not only benefit financially but will also enjoy the protection of extra-terrestrials.

Mr Aymonier said Lautoka could become the new Jerusalem, and Fiji could become the spiritual and scientific centre of the planet.

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