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Bert(AWRvB) (03.10.2013, 18:10)
Russia Official Sergei Berezhnoy: Russia Unprepared to Deal With Space
Alien Invasion.

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Russia Unprepared to Deal With Space Alien Invasion – Official

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2013-10-2-02

A Russian military space official admitted Wednesday that the
country will be powerless to act should Earth become the target of an
interplanetary incursion.

Sergei Berezhnoy, an aide to the head of the Titov Space Control Center,
said that Russian aerospace defense authorities have not been tasked
with preparing for the contingency of an alien attack.

“There are enough problems on Earth and in near-Earth space,” Berezhnoy
said in response to a reporter’s question.

The planet’s space powers are in any event limited in their scope of
action for building up military capabilities beyond the Earth’s
confines. Under the terms of the 1976 Outer Space Treaty, to which
Russia is a signatory, states cannot place weapons of mass destruction
in orbit, although conventional weapons are allowed. . . .

Bron:

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René Artois (03.10.2013, 19:17)
Het is me something!
biermartin (03.10.2013, 19:28)
On Thursday, October 3, 2013 12:10:16 PM UTC-4, Bert(AWRvB) wrote:

> Russia Official Sergei Berezhnoy: Russia Unprepared to Deal With Space
> Alien Invasion.
> Russia Unprepared to Deal With Space Alien Invasion – Official
> A Russian military space official admitted Wednesday that the
> country will be powerless to act should Earth become the target of an
> interplanetary incursion.
> Sergei Berezhnoy, an aide to the head of the Titov Space Control Center,
> said that Russian aerospace defense authorities have not been tasked
> with preparing for the contingency of an alien attack.


Ja, en stel je voor dat die buitenaardsen dan homoseksuele propaganda onderRussische jongeren gaan verspreiden ...

Martin Bier
Sietse Vliegen (04.10.2013, 18:32)
"Bert(AWRvB)" <reijerse98> schreef:

>Russia Official Sergei Berezhnoy: Russia Unprepared to Deal With Space
>Alien Invasion.


Die generaal zal ook moeten toegeven dat hij zijn land niet kan
verdedigen tegen Smurfen die door een waterkraan kunnen.
En niet alleen Russische generaals, iedereen. Zelfs Gargamel.
Bert(AWRvB) (04.10.2013, 22:14)
Op 3-10-2013 18:10, Bert(AWRvB) schreef:
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> The planet’s space powers are in any event limited in their scope of
> action for building up military capabilities beyond the Earth’s
> confines. Under the terms of the 1976 Outer Space Treaty, to which
> Russia is a signatory, states cannot place weapons of mass destruction
> in orbit, although conventional weapons are allowed. . . .
>> Bron:

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Bert(AWRvB) (09.10.2013, 22:22)
Op 3-10-2013 18:10, Bert(AWRvB) schreef:
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> The planet’s space powers are in any event limited in their scope of
> action for building up military capabilities beyond the Earth’s
> confines. Under the terms of the 1976 Outer Space Treaty, to which
> Russia is a signatory, states cannot place weapons of mass destruction
> in orbit, although conventional weapons are allowed. . . .
>> Bron:

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René Artois (09.10.2013, 22:25)
Space aliens, Bigfoot, nulpuntenergie, ufo's ; allemaal passé, de
laatste cry is 'ancient aliens'.
Bert(AWRvB) (10.10.2013, 19:27)
Op 3-10-2013 18:10, Bert(AWRvB) schreef:
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> in orbit, although conventional weapons are allowed. . . .
>> Bron:

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Gepubliceerd op 30 mrt 2012

This Video is for Educational purposes
Foo Fighter UFO's: The term foo fighter was used by Allied aircraft
pilots in World War II to describe various UFOs or mysterious aerial
phenomena seen in the skies over both the European and Pacific Theater
of Operations.

Though "foo fighter" initially described a type of UFO reported and
named by the U.S. 415th Night Fighter Squadron, the term was also
commonly used to mean any UFO sighting from that period.

Formally reported from November 1944 onwards, witnesses often assumed
that the foo fighters were secret weapons employed by the enemy, but
they remained unidentified post-war and were reported by both Allied and
Axis forces. Michael D. Swords writes,

During WWII, the foo fighter experiences of [Allied] pilots were taken
very seriously. Accounts of these cases were presented to heavyweight
scientists, such as David Griggs, Luis Alvarez and H.P. Robertson. The
phenomenon was never explained. Most of the information about the issue
has never been released by military intelligence.

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