Obama and Putin witness Keshe's invisible spaceship

Funny story written by Gordon Adamus (VT)

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

M.T. Keshe, one of the world's leading scientists, finally presented his long awaited plasma spaceship in Dubai on April 21st in front of an audience of around 500.000 international attendants. Among them was a celebrity VIP group, led by presidents Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin. The event was highly festive.

Keshe's critics have been complaining that the Iranian born nuclear physicist has never been able to show any of his claimed inventions working, so they had demanded a live demonstration of his infamous "flying car" in advance. But Keshe, whose first initial stands for "Messiah", proved them all wrong on the 21st of April, when his "non-tangible plasma spaceship" lifted off the ground for the first time in human history, in an attempt to transport twelve of his most loyal followers into space.

Before the demonstration started, there was a minor delay when suddenly the ghost of Adolf Hitler appeared in plasma state at the center of the startled crowd. He screamed: "Keshe, arrrrrrrr you nuts ??? I told you: EIN VOLK, EIN RRRRRRRREICH, EIN FÜHRERRRRRRRR!!! Not: one planet, one nation, one rrrrace! I am STILL the real world leader, so don't try to take my place Keshe, orrrrrrr else! And I rrrreally preferrrr my own logo! The new Keshe Foundation logo is not of good old DEUTSCHE quality! I told you: world DOMINATION, not world peace! But thank you very much for running this show one day after my birthday! Verrrrrrry much apprrrrrrreciated!"

Then the screaming ghost disappeared and Keshe, along with his supporters, began to set everything up for the big show, after he had made a short announcement: "Ladies and gentlemen, what you are about to see on this suspicious day of fulfillment is just the beginning. In the coming time we are planning to turn the whole of Australia into one giant spaceship." The audience was baffled.

The real sensation started at around midnight, when suddenly three red, glowing spheres appeared on the ground not far from the Burj Khalifa, forming a perfect triangle, then followed by a fourth sphere, which was hovering above the triangle to form with them a perfect tetrahedron. The "star formation", as Keshe calls it.

Suddenly the tetrahedron lit up, and this writer could spot twelve members of the Keshe Foundation, ready to take off into space. Those twelve, allegedly the smartest, most fearless and most peaceful members of humanity, were visibly excited and smiling brightly. Most incredibly, this spaceship, aside from the four glowing spheres, was invisible. Yet the passengers were contained inside the tetrahedron. When the ship started to lift rapidly, the audience was in shock. Nobody could explain how Keshe had completely altered the laws of physics. Presidents Obama and Putin immediately started a private discussion on how this new technology could be used. Acclaimed journalist Gordon Duff and renowned UFO investigator Kerry Cassidy also took part in the discussion, but thanks to them it led nowhere.

The twelve brave, fearless members of the Keshe Foundation council had their heads proudly raised towards the sky, while their derrières were naturally pointed towards the ground. But the latter turned out to become troublesome, when suddenly, only five minutes after the take-off, with the spaceship hovering at around 200 meters altitude, the four red spheres stopped glowing and turned black. The plasma containment quickly failed and the twelve formerly brave council members started to fall screaming from the sky, while dumping their fear right onto the nicely decorated dinner tables below them.

It was indeed a day of fulfillment - for the cocktail glasses. Cheers!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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