Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Oh, crap. The whackadoodles are out.

Alberta is the buckle on Canada's Bible Belt. It explains the Reform Party and it's successor the Conservative Reform Alliance Party (and their inability to understand acronyms). And with that, It also seems to be starting to attracting the strange-o's and impeding people's critical facilities.

Are UFOs using mind control? Alberta oil sands said to be part of plot
UFO sightings in Canada are on the rise and so are the number of organizations springing up, especially in Alberta where the vast oil sands deposits are said to be led by extraterrestrial forces who are using mind control to manipulate Canadians into thinking its ok to develop those resources.
(HT to the Skeptic's Guide to the Universe)
WTF? Is this serious?
Calling it an "an apparent manipulative extraterrestrial virtual reality illusion" (there's a mouthful), a story in Canada's socialist newspaper, The Canadian, which recently launched as a 'socially progressive and cross-cultural' publication, absurdly published this story about UFO mind control that thumbs its nose at the Harper government for permitting what it called "an inorganic cyborg-like "artificial intelligence" that has sought to use its 'mechanical consciousness' to warp the quality-of-survival instincts of humanity."
VR alien experiment. That would explain the surreal feeling I got at the Calgary Stampede a few years back. (Nope. Nothing brokeback here.)
But if you want real authentication of Alberta
Canada UFO sightings, look no further than Canada's own Paul Hellyer,
who was Defense Minister from 1963-67 under Prime Minister Lester
Pearson who said, "UFOs are as real as the airplanes that fly over your
head." This Canadian politician also said at the time there was a U.S.
plot to develop weapons that could be used against the
extraterrestrials visiting our planet. "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
quipped. And say something he did, in a speech at the University of Toronto in September, 2005 which brought international media attention.
Oh, I remember that. That's about when I thought Hellyer's lost his fucking mind.

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