Crazy Canadian Says President Bush Wants To Kick E.T.'s Ass
(Ominouis and sinister laughing)
Hellyer has been quite vocal about his beliefs in aliens and UFOs for many years. Back in 1967, he took a helicopter tour of an acutal landing pad in St. Paul, Alberta. I wonder how often that great parking space has been used by extraterristrials...
In September of this year, he has been even more outspoken about his beliefs. He said that he's seen UFOs while out with his wife and friends. Hellyer said the Peter Jennings' UFO Special further opened his mind about what he had witnessed.
Throughout his career, Hellyer has been a big supporter of the Space Preservation Treaty - banning weapons in outer space. Canada, China, and Russia have supported such a ban...however the United States has been reluctant to go along. In fact, it seems the U.S. has been working on developing weapons for use in outer space.
Hellyer believes Bush is preparing for war, and the moonbase project is the first major step towards that readiness. He says, "The Bush administration has finally agreed to let the military build a forward base on the moon, which will put them in a better position to keep track of the comings and goings of the visitors from space, and to shoot at them, if they so decide."
Many political groups have rallied behind Hellyer's warnings of impending intergalactic doom, such as the ICIS - Institute for Cooperation In Space. Hellyer and the others have been working to take their concerns to the Canadian Senate in order to begin to enforce the Space Preservation Treaty and work to halt the United States' plans of interstellar dominiation. Going to the Canadian Senate is about as effective as me going to a hippy for advice on my investments.
Hellyer not only accuses the U.S. of preparing to battle aliens, but that the government has covered up any evidence pertaining to the existence and visitations of alien beings - including the whole Roswell Incident. He says of Roswell: "The classification was, from the outset, above top-secret, so the vast majority of U.S. officials and politicians, let alone a mere allied minister of defense, were never in-the-loop."
The U.S. could never leak such highly classified information...never! I just can't imagine our government accidentally leaking information to the public, so Hellyer MUST be right.
Despite all the effective and air-tight U.S. cover ups, Hellyer's main concern is the possibility of war with aliens. He believes such a battle could ultimately destroy the Earth. "I'm so concerned about what the consequences might be of starting an intergalactic war, that I just think I had to say something. The United States Military [is] preparing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning."
I'm sorry, but the image of Canadian Mounties flying Gravatron Hovercrafts and blasting aliens just flashed before me...oh Dear Lord that's funny.
At first, I found Hellyer's claims of such a conspiracy to be comedic at best. However, after further investigation, I'm beginning to believe the former Defense Minister. In all honesty, I really do believe the Roswell Incident was a major military and government cover up. And the evidence of military plans to build a base in outer space to be used as a major point for destroying aliens have recently surfaced.
On the dark side of the moon, the United States military is currently building a weapon of such magnatude, it's easy to assume that interstellar domination is the U.S.'s motive in building such a thing. Here's a picture of the U.S. latest secret weapon:
By the way, you-would-be-alien-invaders, never underestimate the power of the Darkside.