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Thursday, 11 May 2017

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Members of the German MIE

The German Council of the MIE, Most Intelligent Elite, an organization of gifted Germans is arguing against India's Supreme Court and their decision to question the practice of instant divorce, a muslim practice that adheres to the evolutionary process.

The Indian court said it would examine whether the practice known as "triple talaq" was fundamental to the Muslim religion.

"In a few countries, including India, insane men think they can make their wives disappear like magic by repeating the word 'talaq' three times causing a divorce," says Anni Hinton.

Activist nuns say the practice is "discriminatory" because it allows a man to run away from a woman.

The court has combined several petitions from Muslim women and human rights groups, to examine the issue.

The German MIE spoke out against the activist by complaing that women can't demand the continuation of a marriage because it constitutes the slavery of men that no longer want to serve their desires.

"The governments attempt to control people through a marriage license is an act of slavery that subjugates one person to another," says MIE leader, Heinrich Himmler.

The MIE further states that people need to enter and leave a partnership freely without legal restraints from government courts to prevent spousal abuse, to prevent the procreation of incompatible DNA, and to allow evolution to unify genetically compatible humans at a faster rate.

This creates a healthy society of cooperative couples.

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