Oh, Canada: Former Defense Minister Claims Aliens Exist
There’s a new politician from Canada making headlines, but unlike crack-smoking Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, this lawmaker only seems like he’s high on drugs.
Paul Hellyer, a former minister of defense, went on Russian television recently to inform us that aliens are indeed real, living among us and responsible for a good portion of our modern technology. Hellyer has spoken publicly regarding the “truth” about aliens for years, most recently in June 2013, and last week he went on Russia’s RT news channel to elaborate.
“I’ve been getting from various sources are that there are about 80 different species, and some of them look just like us,” he told RT’s Sophie Shevardnadze. “They could walk down the street, and you wouldn’t know if you walked past one.”
These aliens are actually what Hellyer calls “Nordic Blondes” or “Tall Whites.” He believes they are in cahoots with the U.S. Air Force. “They’re able to get away with that,” he told Shevardnadze. “They had a couple of their ladies dressed as nuns go into Las Vegas to shop, and they weren’t detected.” He said these aliens would bestow on us more technology (they’ve already given us LED lights, microchips and Kevlar vests), but our obnoxious behavior makes them feel that we don’t deserve it.
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Perhaps we shouldn’t be so dismissive of Hellyer’s claims. After all, he’s hardly alone among politicians who believe in extraterrestrial life. Below, four other leaders who say we’re not alone and the truth is out there:
Simon Parkes, British city councilman
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Poor Parkes. In June 2013, he admitted, completely of his own accord, to an extraterrestrial, extramarital affair. To make the scandal worse, he confessed to siring a child named Zarka with his alien mistress, who goes by the name Cat Queen. According to Parkes, he is beamed up into space to canoodle the Cat Queen four times a year. Rumor is their lovemaking is out of this world.
Henry W. McElroy, Republican former state representative of New Hampshire
McElroy claimed in 2010 that he saw a document from the 1950s that laid out plans for a meeting between aliens and President Eisenhower. A former government official backed up these claims two years later. See McElroy’s full explanation in the video below:
Jimmy Carter, former president of the United States
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It remains unclear if Carter was granted the same type of meeting with aliens that was planned for Eisenhower, but he did report seeing a UFO in 1969 in Leary, Georgia. He said, “A kind of green light appeared in the western sky. This was right after sundown. It got brighter and brighter. And then it eventually disappeared. It didn’t have any solid substance to it. It was just a very peculiar-looking light.” He later denied believing this was a UFO.
Dennis Kucinich, Democratic former U.S. representative of Ohio
During a Democratic presidential debate in 2007, Kucinich said he had seen a UFO. He was also pretty defensive about it: “It was an unidentified flying object, OK? It’s like, it’s unidentified. I saw something.” Then he added, “More people in this country have seen UFOs than I think approve of George Bush’s presidency.”