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Filed under: Moonbats — Rick Moran @ 12:33 pm

This post will be short - relatively speaking. That’s because I await with bated breath the announcements that will soon flow from governments around the world about sharing technology that they’ve been able to wangle from alien visitors.

No. Not visitors from another country.

A former Canadian defense minister is demanding governments worldwide disclose and use secret alien technologies obtained in alleged UFO crashes to stem climate change, a local paper said Wednesday.

“I would like to see what (alien) technology there might be that could eliminate the burning of fossil fuels within a generation … that could be a way to save our planet,” Paul Hellyer, 83, told the Ottawa Citizen.

Alien spacecrafts would have traveled vast distances to reach Earth, and so must be equipped with advanced propulsion systems or used exceptional fuels, he told the newspaper.

Such alien technologies could offer humanity alternatives to fossil fuels, he said, pointing to the enigmatic 1947 incident in Roswell, New Mexico — which has become a shrine for UFO believers — as an example of alien contact.

“We need to persuade governments to come clean on what they know. Some of us suspect they know quite a lot, and it might be enough to save our planet if applied quickly enough,” he said.

First, a word for you true believers out there. I am absolutely positively convinced that aliens exist - that there are dozens and dozens of civilizations in our galaxy alone. Some are more advanced than ours some not. I also believe that UFO’s are real, that people are not seeing things or hallucinating or lying.

But I also believe that saying we have been visited by aliens and that UFO’s are proof of this is a crock. There is exactly the same amount of evidence that UFO’s are transdimensional craft from a parallel universe or that they are time machines where humans from the future have come back to discover where we went wrong as there is evidence that UFO’s are from another planet.

That is to say, there is zero evidence.

And this Hellyer fellow is hysterical. He wants world governments to share technologies from alien crashes?

Holy Mother! Are you trying to tell me that after building a ship capable of travelling the trillions of miles between stars, after avoiding singularities, cosmic strings, black holes, deadly radiation, rogue planets, comets, asteroids, proto-stars, and your odd space debris that they make it all the way to earth AND THEN CRASH?

What in God’s name do we need technology that fails for?

Thanks, but no thanks guys. If we want technology like that all we have to do is buy a Dell.

If the name Hellyer sounds familiar, it should. This is the gentleman who believes that George Bush is preparing to start an intergalactic war:

Mr. Hellyer went on to say, “I’m so concerned about what the consequences might be of starting an intergalactic war, that I just think I had to say something.”

Hellyer revealed, “The secrecy involved in all matters pertaining to the Roswell incident was unparalleled. 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 defence, were never in-the-loop.”

Hellyer warned, “The United States military are preparing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning. He stated, “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 goings and comings of the visitors from space, and to shoot at them, if they so decide.”

Talk about your nightmare scenario. Why, we could be vaporized by a Death Ray from some intergalactic spacecraft in an instant all because Bush is so dumb he thinks we can destroy any ship in the universe using our turbo lasers and photon torpedos.

You know what they say: “Intergalactic war is much too serious a matter to be entrusted to the military.” Best leave it to moonbats like Hellyer. At least he knows how to surrender properly.

Would it surprise you that our friend Mr. Hellyer is also a 9/11 Truther? Re: Foreknowledge and Bush:

I think what did change over time were the consequences. When President Bush decided to declare war on terrorism. Terrorism is a terrible thing, but this was a police problem and an intelligence problem. What was wrong with your intelligence? Why didn’t you know this was going to happen? You spend billions and billions with spooks all over the world and surely you should have known what was going on. And, so I began to be concerned about that.

And then questions were raised by others. Why did the President just sit in the schoolroom when he heard the news? Why did he not acknowledge that he already knew what was going on? As a former Minister of National Defense, when the news came out I had to wonder. Why did airplanes fly around for an hour and a half without interceptors being scrambled from Andrews [Air Force Base]? Is it Andrews right next to the capitol? . . . I think the inquiry has been very shallow and superficial. And I would like to see a much tougher more in-depth inquiry.

I’m waiting for him to combine his two passions; will we soon see from Mr. Hellyer the most gigantic, intergalactic conspiracy of them all?


Stay tuned…


  1. I assume you mean Space Aliens. And, of course they were. I saw it in the Weekly World News about a month after the attack.

    Comment by Juan Paxety — 3/1/2007 @ 1:45 pm

  2. Paul Hellyer is neither hysterical nor a moonbat. He is a bright, articulate and courageous man who should one day get a Nobel Prize for Peace. By stating on Sept 25/05, that UFO’s are real, he has done the world an enormous favour. There is a documantary called FASTWALKERS that will premiere in Toronto on Wed Mar 7/07 at 7pm, that should help some of you prepare yourself for the truth if you don’t already know it.

    Comment by Mike Bird — 3/2/2007 @ 11:14 am

  3. I am confused by you statement of belief in alien civilizations and UFO’s on the one hand, and your absolute rejection of visitations to earth on the other. There is precious little evidence to support either idea that I know about. The “it must be so” argument, based on the gigantic number of observed cosmic objects, on some of which the ingredients for life of some sort might exist, is akin to wishful thinking.

    Or, the idea of infinite numbers of parallel universes, each one a slight variation of its neighbors, connected to us by some kind of warp in space, even a black hole, is only flawed by Hawkin’s statement that we could never communicate with any of them, much less pass over physically into another universe. Was he worried about antimatter at the interface?

    Then, of course, “it must be so” that an advanced civilization could have solved the problem of travel in multiverses, which is a considerable speculation, is it not?

    I do love science fiction!

    Comment by mannning — 3/4/2007 @ 11:05 pm

  4. Manning:

    My belief is based mainly on the Drake Equation about extraterrestial life. Does that equation have any scientific validity? Since Dr. Drake wrote that equation before the discovery of extra solar planets, it would seem to me that it needs revising - with the probabilty of intelligent life more possible.

    Of course, until we can honestly say the prospects of life outside our earth is possible, we can’t say for sure that life is not exclusive to earth - in a scientific sense. But if we find evidence of life - past or present - on Mars or Europa or even Titan, I would think the prospects for intelligent life would skyrocket - if only because intelligence is an answer to an evolutionary problem and given enough time, some species will hit on it.

    Comment by Rick Moran — 3/5/2007 @ 8:21 am

  5. Agreed, we merely need some evidence. But, Frank Drake’s effort was in my book pure speculation and not science.

    An interesting speculation, I will admit, even encouraging, that SETI or UFO’s or something will pop up soon to save our skins–or hang them out to dry!

    It is not clear to me that huge advances in science, technology and knowledge, together with higher intelligence, would result in a more kindly race of supermen.
    We have examples of just the opposite from our own past. :-)

    Comment by mannning — 3/5/2007 @ 10:55 pm

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