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Russian politician claims to have met aliens

May 6, 2010 | Comment icon 27 comments

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Russian politician Kirsan Ilyumzhinov has claimed to have been taken on board a spaceship by aliens in yellow suits.
The bizarre claim was made on a primetime television show, in addition he said he spent several hours on board the "half-transparent half tube spaceship" and that the aliens were here on Earth to take samples.
A Russian politician has made the startling claim that he was taken on a spaceship where he met aliens who wore yellow spacesuits. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the leader of the country's southern region of Kalymkia, has spoken about his having met aliens at a primetime television show.

Source: Yahoo! News | Comments (27)

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Comment icon #18 Posted by Professor GlenBoy 12 years ago
Why take samples on earth? what samples are they taking? This guys claims are a bit odd. I mean obviously there are UFO's in the skies and there have been since at least WW2, even presidents of the USA admit that there have been UFO's but play down their importance, but what do we have that aliens possibly want to sample.
Comment icon #19 Posted by earlizd1 12 years ago
But we're in a discussion forum where we can most easily obtain physical evidence. It must be, since everyone keeps asking for people to post it.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Torchwood 12 years ago
Dang REALLY?? OK spider is really going to have to hand it over now!! Well not all uk papers, just a few of em. I still wouldnt rate the sun as a reliable source of anything except bedding for the hamster. How much Vodka had this chap drunk beforehand eh?
Comment icon #21 Posted by startover 12 years ago
I think he may have been dreaming... But that would be a great moment for them to come, just as you are falling to sleep. You then wouldn't be sure if you saw anything or it was just a dream
Comment icon #22 Posted by Davedini 12 years ago
zenfahr i see where you are coming from the number of people who hold position in some sort of office that are coming out about aliens is rising. The Canadian dude was what a couple of weeks ago. Maybe we will get a couple more in the months to come. Once someone steps out of the closet there is a parade lol. But you did make a good point on the no evidence thing as well. They dont expect it so why would they either A) kill them for the proof or take a picture who knows but is anyone really prepared to see something like that when it happens? NO lol... Im just gonna sit back and watch what is ... [More]
Comment icon #23 Posted by ohio state buckeyes 12 years ago
A claim is just a claim and not to be taken seriously unless they have hard empirical evidence, such as an ebe body. Its amazing how much we trust the police and military but let them see a ufo then they're instant nut jobs/morons and lairs.
Comment icon #24 Posted by Ashiene 12 years ago
more likely he got abducted by his own government
Comment icon #25 Posted by psyche101 12 years ago
Already an active thread happening. Russian president asked to investigate Do we see a merge in the future?
Comment icon #26 Posted by SpiderCyde 12 years ago
Dang REALLY?? OK spider is really going to have to hand it over now!! LOL, if you check out the sun's website all the topless girls are on there in the page 3 section. Most of them are absolutely smoking hot too.
Comment icon #27 Posted by Gilfaer 12 years ago
My opinion of British newspapers... The Mirror is read by people who think they run the country. The Guardian is read by people who think they ought to run the country. The Times is read by people who actually do run the country. The Mail is read by the wives of the people who run the country. The Financial Times is read by the people who own the country. The Morning Star is read by people who think the country ought to be run by another country. The Telegraph is read by people who think it already is. The Sun is read by people who don't care who runs the country, so long as they've got *spam ... [More]

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