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Laila Ligita Freivalds (born June 22, 1942) is a Latvian-born Swedish Social Democratic politician and a former Swedish Minister for Justice, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister.
On behalf of the 40,000 members of our organization and the President of the Council of the Eternals of the Elohim, it is my honor to propose to acquire a part of your national territory for a period of 99 years in order to build the Elohim´s Embassy. The purpose of this building is to welcome representatives of this Extra-Terrestrial civilization who created life a long time ago on our planet, of whom traces have been kept in many traditions and religions, and who should come back to earth before the year 2035.
This territory could be a plot of land or a desert island. We will finance the total cost of the building and the necessary facilities of this Embassy, and this operation will not cost your country anything. Moreover, after 99 years, all buildings and installations will become the property of your country
CLONAID™ ,the first human cloning company in the world, was founded in February 1997, by RAEL and a group of investors who created the Valiant Venture Ltd Corporation based in the Bahamas. In the first couple of years CLONAID™ has already received enormous media coverage. However, due to the pressure mounted on the Bahamas government by French journalists, Valiant Venture Ltd was cancelled as government representatives were thinking the laboratories would be established on the Bahamas Island. Meanwhile, the list of serious potential customers had grown to more than 250 people! Therefore, during the year 2000, Rael decided to hand over the CLONAID™ project to Dr. Brigitte Boisselier, a Raelian Bishop, in order for her to start working on actually cloning the first human being with a team of well-trained scientists. Dr. Boisselier has PhD degrees in physical and biomolecular chemistry. In her last job she was a marketing director for a large chemical company in France. In the summer of 2000, an American couple that wanted to help develop this technology in order for them to have a baby contacted Dr. Boisselier. They were the first major investors funding the equipment and the laboratory needed and CLONAID™s first human cloning laboratory was set up in early 2001. In the summer of 2001, following several visits from U.S. government representatives in our facilities, CLONAID™ decided to pursue its human cloning project in another country where human cloning is legal.