In an interview with the Ttela newspaper, Kenny Stolpe, the first name of Environmental Party in Lilla Edet, said that he is the contact person for the Raelian movement in Sweden. A movement that sees life on earth created by extraterrestrials and criticized because it is elitist.
On the website of the movement it is said that the organization was formed by rally driver Claude Vorilhon, now known as Raël, who allegedly had been in 1973 for an extraterrestrial meeting.
People must be able to clone
Among the ideas are the convictions that only highly intelligent persons will have a political office in the future.
"There are thoughts and visions that are far from the time we have that technique, there is a thought in a book, when we will eventually have artificial intelligence, which is more intelligent than ourselves, and makes use of it to become better decision-makers. says Kenny Stolpe to GT.
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The movement also means that people can be cloned.
– Conscious fertilization is a method for those who can not naturally receive children, and also for cloning, explained Stolpe in Ttela.
"Opposite our values"
On Friday, the Environmental Party stated that an exclusion problem should be imposed, which Ttela was the first to report.
"We have heard of his statement in this interview and it has turned out that he has deep antidemocratic opinions that he also raises here, and they are against our values of what democracy is," said Secretary Amanda Lind of party.
– He can not be on our lists. That Kenny Stolpe has these views was not previously known to the local department.
Leaving his mission in the Environmental Party
Kenny Stolpe himself stated on his Facebook page on Friday afternoon that he was leaving the Environment Party.
He is writing:
"After all, I will leave my assignments to the environmental party because I have been asked at the national level, but unfortunately diversity and tolerance have their limitations, and the party is full of goodwill and many elders who want to make the world better, and that's what it's all about, so no hard feelings. & # 39;
In his long post on Facebook he writes:
"It would certainly be possible to find politicians who are also followers of various other religions and philosophies, there is even a whole party based on religious values, but should KD be disqualified only because they have a value based on the Bible? "
Kenny Stolpe continues:
"It must be good for politicians to have a" different "belief or to think about thoughts that transcend the norm."