Saturday, January 08, 2005

The Truth Is Out There...And India May Be the First to Tell It

My, but Snabulus seems to be stagnating. These caption contests, while very entertaining, just don't seem to be eliciting the reader response that those old political tussles did. Well, how about a bold, new topic:

Contact with space aliens is a well-known fact, and India's government is currently having a secret debate over whether or not to make it public!

Wow. That's definitely something to think about for at least a few seconds. I mean, consider this:

It is well accepted between the UFO and extra-terrestrial experts that all the five nuclear powers are in contact with the beings from other stars for quite some time. Recently India has seen enormous news on UFO contacts and secret UFO bases in Himalayas near the Chinese bases. In Ladak, for example the locals clearly point out the everyday phenomenon of large triangular spacecrafts coming out below the ground and Indian security forces protecting them.


I find the comment about alien bases in the Himalayas to be particularly disturbing. After all, a very learned Christian fundamentalist whom I know very well has told me with absolute confidence that Satan's throne is in the Himalayas. (That's why he believes my having moved to an Asian country, i.e. closer to the Himalayas, to be proof of my being under satanic influence.) The same person has directed me to webfundie sites in which they claim (with much purported evidence) that the famous "grays" are actually fallen angels. Amazing how well this all fits together, innit?

Uh, oh...does this mean that both China and India are in cahoots with the devil?

This article also implies that contact with the aliens is actually a privilege reserved only for major powers, and therefore India's having done so is proof of its new greatness. That's understandable, but if it's true, then India's government faces a dilemma: if they do what none of the other major powers have, if they do come out and reveal the existence of alien bases, they run the risk of being booted back out of the elite circle. In fact, they run the risk of disaster.

Hmm...maybe we need to take a closer look at that tsunami...while we're making contributions to relief efforts.

7 comments:

The Moody Minstrel said...

Tell me, DewKid, do the Lybolts like curry?

Don Snabulus said...

Is this a caption contest?

The Moody Minstrel said...

(pause)

Can be.

Don Snabulus said...

I checked out the source, India Daily, and the other content on the page. It seems to be a cross between Pravda and UK's The Sun. They have some sensational stories and links to hot Indian chicks.

Everyone knows the luxury bunker condos are at Area 51 with the holographic television programming and the ambient sulfuric pseudo-atmosphere.

Anonymous said...

Big, bald man in black:

Ya shouldn't've said that. Ya should not have said that. Just you be forgettin' all that. Ya're meddlin' in things that ought not be meddled with!

Uh...what I really meant to say is that it's all such laughable poppycock. Why would a self-respecting blog like this want to waste time on it? Now get on with your treas...uh...your freedom of expression.

DewKid said...

Stupid aliens.

The Moody Minstrel said...

Even more stupid unoriginal comments.