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Sunday, 24 June 2012

A spokeswoman says NATO's governing body will meet Tuesday to discuss the Alien downing of a Turkish plane in Syrian airspace and suspicions that maybe a UFO was not responsible for the attack, a clear act of war, but maybe the Syrian's themselves.

Syria though is adamant that it was a UFO who shot down the aircraft.

Oana Lungescu says the North Atlantic Council will meet in Brussels to hear Turkey's complaint. Turkish officials say the jet was on a training flight Friday when it strayed into Syrian airspace, but was in international airspace when it was shot down, initially they agreed that a UFO had fired on the plane but now have doubts, though they are still investigating sightings of a UFO in the region.

The consultations will focus on article 4 of NATO's founding Washington Treaty, which, clearly states "Any attack by a UFO on a Turkish aircraft, in Syrian airspace, though possibly an attempt by aliens to start a thermo nuclear war, in an attempt to steal the earth's salt water reserves will lead to an International crisis and grounds for a US led invasion."

Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague said Sunday that he was "gravely concerned by the UFOs and asked if they would look like lizards or have massive egg shaped heads, if so he, as he had a massive head, could become the earth's spokesman."

It was pointed out that if the aliens looked like lizards then Joe Biden would be the ideal representative of the planet, should they wish to make contact before killing us all.

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