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Friday, 8 October 2010

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Recent sightings of UFOs in China have had Chinese government officials quite puzzled as an almost regular procession of gigantic glowing spacecraft have been hovering dangerously close to the Baotou and Xiaoshan Airports. At last count, there have been at least 8 confirmed unusual sightings and there seems to be no let up in sight.

Scientists wish to believe the sightings may be as a result of some sort of extraterrestrial approval message aimed at bestowing greatness upon China's own countryman, Liu Xiobobo for capturing the Nobel Peace Prize Friday. Either that, or 10-10-10 is no joke. Authorities could not say for certain but are remaining on high alert while still staying openly cautious.

Xiobobo was presented with the Nobel Peace Prize for his decades-long non-violent fight for fundamental rights for his Chinese countrymen.

ET seems to be quite pleased with the decision as no harm as yet has come to any Chinese while standing quite close nearby to capture the UFO images on webcams and phone cameras.

A simple man, Liu Xiobobo claims it was almost too easy to pick up this prize. Asked what he thinks his greatest contribution to society could be, he merely answered "always tell the truth. The truth shall set you free."

That's it? A million dollars for some guy to tell us to always tell the truth? Boy, first you give a guy a peace prize last year while he's sending troops in harm's way and calling him a peacemaker, now you're dumbing the whole thing down even more. I mean really? Seriously? The truth?

Liu Xiobobo then stated "don't knock it till you try it. Evidently, with these latest sightings, the truth is out there."

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