She said that Raël still enjoyed automobile racing, albeit in the form of video games.
Much of Raël's advocacy concerning futuristic technology is described in his 2001 book, Yes to Human Cloning.
They have cited numerous quotes from Rael's books and compared them with those of author Jean Sendy.
In her book, the dialogue of Rael's "encounter with an ET" is shown to closely resemble that of "contactee" George Adamski who had an encounter on December 13, 1952.
Much of the Raelian philosophy also closely matches that of Osho.
Toward the end of the show, Raël's liberal views on sex were critiqued by a priest, a social worker, and a psychologist.
A former Raëlian named Jean Parraga believed that his wife and children were being held as prisoners and that Raël attempted to break up his family.
The judge appointed to the case decided to question Raël.
Raël agreed to ask his members to stop sending letters if the station apologized publicly. In 2004, Raël appeared on the first airing of the Quebec version of the French talk show Tout le monde en parle, hosted by Guy A. During this appearance, Raël upset panel members with his statements on democracy and cloning.
He supported human genetic engineering in order to avoid genetically inherited diseases and to reduce the economic burden on society.
He said that no distinctive emphasis needed to be allocated to a particular race or religion.
He thought they were being treated like criminals in activities such as orgies and sacrifice involving children at the Sensual Meditation camp.