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Soteria International, an organization promoting the spiritual human rights, monitors the MISA and Gregorian Bivolaru case for more than 10 years.

Soteria International, an organization promoting the spiritual human rights, monitors the MISA and Gregorian Bivolaru case for more than 10 years.

Louise Skjoldan from Concordia TV is making an interview with Joachim Porslund from “Truth Seminar” who is the Producer of “Natha - Turning Black into White & White into Black”. 

This is a documentary about the persecution of the Romanian yoga school MISA /the Danish yoga school Natha. The film offers orchestrated media campaigns, asylum between EU countries and new perspectives on the issue of freedom of conscience in today's Europe.

Editor's note: This article was published at 23/03/2016 on lexpress.fr. It showes a more balanced aproach then most articles posted on main stream media, which usaly just copy the articles from Romania which are totaly one sided and include much disinformation. Still, this article includes informaiton which is not correct, but atleast it attempts to present the arguments of both sides.

 

Paris – since the 70’s, during Ceausescu times, the Romanian yoga guru Gregorian Bivolaru, subject to a European arrest warrant and arrested in Paris, has accumulated adepts, books and legal troubles. Romania is demanding him, he claims “persecution”.

Wednesday, 23 March 2016, a judge in Paris is to decide if Gregorian Bivolaru, arrested in Paris on 26 February 2016, based on the issue of an Europol arrest warrant, issued by the National Bureau of Romania, will be extradited or not.

The media campaign and behind-the-scenes political pressure that have been incessantly exerted on author and yoga teacher, Gregorian Bivolaru, have led to some… strange results.

Can you imagine that with all the Refugees from poor and war-torn countries poring in, still the European Union created a refugee of it's own? This is the remarkable case of Gregorian Bivolaru.

 

 

On Friday, January 29, EUROPOL published “Europe’s most wanted fugitive” list. The list features 43 fugitives, who hide in other EU member states. Most of them are wanted for murder, armed robbery, rape or organized crime. But one of them is not a hiding fugitive at all, but a Romanian refugee with asylum in Sweden.

The Bivolaru case is again in the centre of European attention, challenging the EU-collaboration as one country, Romania, continues a persecution that another EU-member state protects the refugee from.