Written by queen mudder
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Topics: UFO, Syria, NATO

Sunday, 24 June 2012

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Flight over the Syrian hangar at Krak Des Chevaliers

Brussels - Top brass at a NATO summit have ordered the immediate destruction of a Syrian hangar suspected of shielding extraterrestrials involved in the Turkish F-4 Phantom downing.

The Krak Des Chevaliers air base has been widely reported of involvement in myriad strikes the latest of which took place in international air space.

Previous notable 'hits' by the rogue ET craft include the August 2008 destruction over Thailand of a chopper carrying religious nutter the Reverend Sun Myung Moon.

Crackpot saucers at the Krak Des Chevaliers hangar may also have been behind the April 2010 downing of Tupolev Tu-154 that claimed the lives of Polish President Kaczynski and his entourage as reported by QM-NewsCorpse.

Today's development comes amid escalation of violence by the Middle Eastern country linked by mythology to the star Sirius, believed by many to be the seedbed of an ancient civilization that once occupied Earth.

Named after the Greek word for 'glowing' or 'scorcher' Sirius is worshipped by the Dogon of Mali, legendary gatekeepers of UFO ratrun secrets that are only just now coming to light.

"NATO is NOT going to nuke Syria or its inter-galactic craft hangars," the Organization's Brigadier General Sir Monty Dambusta tweeted this afternoon.

"Sounds like a load of alien poppycock propaganda to me."

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