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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

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Drone after a series of primitive Mile High Club jerks

Washington - "It's still unclear which of the two crafts was on top doing the, er, inseminating," a spokesperson for US drone program architect John Brenner said today, "due to freak vibrational fallout interfering with satellite video recorders. But it's a fair bet to say one of our drones got screwed over Libya."

Footage of the two minute reconnaissance shag shows a large mothercraft engaging in what Pentagon analysts have described as alien foreplay attempts 'including tweaking of the drone's refueling orifice'.

A series of 'primitive jerks' follow before the UFO takes off towards a beehive-shaped super craft circling close to the dark side of the Moon.

The video clip will be among items discussed at Brennan's Senate committee hearing today overseeing his nomination as CIA head following the promotion of Leon Panetta to the Defense Department.

It forms part of key evidence about the creation of the Obama Administration's infamous and highly secretive Disposition Matrix - a next-generation capture/kill list designed to remove undesirables 'like Birthers who rubbish Obama's Hawaii credentials' [WTF? -'Ed'].

A gram of extraterrestrial sperm retails at around half a million dollars at Wall Street's First Alien Sperm Bank of the USA.

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