La mission gouvernementale de lutte antisectes que son ancien membre, le sociologue Olivier Bobineau, a qualifiée de « police des esprits » va recevoir un budget annuel d’un million d’euros.
The governmental anti-cult mission that his former member, sociologist Olivier Bobineau, denounced as a “police des esprits” will receive € 1 million per year.
Some amendments passed by the Senate raise serious religious liberty issues. France’s Christian leaders officially join Muslims in criticizing the draft law.
Positive and negative changes have been introduced, and some passed, at the Commission on Laws stage. The text will go to the Senate’s floor on March 30.
The notorious Alexander Dvorkin and some of his friends claimed they are those who are persecuted—by the U.S. and Bitter Winter.
The COVID pandemic, QAnon, and debates on “separatism” have revitalized the French anti-cult structure MIVILUDES. Folk statistics may lead to bad choices.
A court ordered its destruction in the name of French laïcité. Local authorities found a solution. An emblematic story.
Passed in first reading by the National Assembly, the law is now in the Senate. The text is better than the original draft, but problems remain.
While the French Parliament continues its discussion of the draft bill, on February 6 the magazine interviewed Bitter Winter’s editor-in-chief.