Our old friend, ex-Canadian Defence Minister Paul Hellyer is back in the news, this time featuring in a story on the website of Iranian news agency, Fars. It turns out that prior to appearing on SophieCo to explain the true extent of extra-terrestrial visitations to Earth, Hellyer reviewed a bunch of documentation supplied by PRISM-whistleblower and now-Russia-resident Edward Snowden. Apparently, Snowden has ‘shocked’ his Russian hosts with information about the true nature of the US government.
Yes, it’s true.
Nazis from outer space.
A stunning Federal Security Services (FSB) report on the nearly two million highly classified top-secret documents obtained from the United States Department of Defense (DOD) run National Security Agency-Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) by the American ex-patriot Edward Snowden states that this information is providing “incontrovertible proof” that an “alien/extraterrestrial intelligence agenda” is driving US domestic and international policy, and has been doing so since at least 1945…
In Snowden’s own words…there “were actually two governments in the US, the one that was elected, and the other, secret regime, governing in the dark.” As to who is running this “secret regime” Snowden and his cohorts were warning about, FSB experts in this report say, was confirmed this past weekend by former Canadian defense minister Paul Hellyer who was given access to all of Snowden’s documents by Russian intelligence services and stated they were, indeed, “accurate.”
Of the many explosive revelations in this FSB report, the one most concerning to Russian authorities are the Snowden’s documents “confirming” that the “Tall Whites” (further revealed by Defense Minister Hellyer as noted above) are the same extraterrestrial alien race behind the stunning rise of Nazi Germany during the 1930’s.
…Most to be feared by Russian policy makers and authorities, this report concludes, is if those opposing the “Tall White” “secret regime” ruled over by Obama have themselves aligned with another alien-extraterrestrial power themselves.
Woah. Who knew?
Fars are no pushovers and have double-checked their sources. And they really do scour the world looking for the very best sources. In this case, the source happens to be the gloriously informative website, What Does It Mean.com. I mean, those guys are legit. Have a look at their website banner and tell me they’re not legit:
Okay, apart from maybe the unicorns, dragons, Tarot cards, Celtic cross, Freemasonry, astrology sun, virgin Mary, and Noah’s Ark, it all looks fairly legit.
It turns out that Fars have form when it comes to this type of reporting (you might remember reading about them on The Science Bit before, that time they told us an Iranian scientist had invented a time machine).
Now, personally, I am inclined to dismiss this item as just another example of the crazy stuff you can find on the Internet, like, every single hour of every single day. Maybe it’s because I spend a lot of time online. However, the Washington Post want us to reflect on the possible geo-political implications of the Fars report.
Seriously. They seriously actually do:
Yes, this story is highly entertaining, as are many of the bizarre conspiracy theories proposed by official or semi-official news agencies in authoritarian states. But there’s also a more serious undercurrent here. A worldview that sees the U.S. as an evil hegemonic force so irrationally driven toward global domination that it must be run by space aliens is not a worldview that is predisposed toward negotiation or accommodation…
…the fact that there are people anywhere within the Iranian system sympathetic enough to this viewpoint to let through an article like this is a reminder of how some hard-liners see the world.
Yes, that’s definitely what it means. That’s not paranoid at all.
Brian Hughes is an academic psychologist and university professor in Galway, Ireland, specialising in stress, health, and the application of psychology to social issues. He writes widely on the psychology of empiricism and of empirically disputable claims, especially as they pertain to science, health, medicine, and politics.