Written by Skoob1999

Monday, 11 April 2011

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UFO Sightings Have Increased Significantly In Recent Years

A Pentagon whistle-blower has revealed that the government are planning to clone alien life forms, using DNA samples from three dead aliens recovered from Roswell in 1946 and cryogenically preserved for decades.

The whistle-blower explained that cloning process is at an advanced stage, and expressed fears that scientists may have advanced the process so far that it may be too late to turn back.

The man, thought to be a US army Major, stated that the cloning process clashed with his deeply religious Christian beliefs, and that he considered it to be a sinful outrage to the Good Lord.

"Some people may think I'm crazy," he added. "But I'm not. It's true that I fear for my life, but my Christian values just dictated to me that I should come right out and put this thing in the public domain. I don't think these boffins have really considered the possible consequences of their actions. Having alien life forms walking around on our planet could spell disaster for humanity as we know it."

Whatever the outcome, there remains a very real possibility that pretty soon we'll have aliens walking among us.

"It's potentially disastrous," an unnamed official said. "Our government is well on the way towards replicating these life forms and unleashing them into our towns and cities. It's crazy really. Nobody knows how quickly these things reproduce, or what diseases they might be carrying. This abominable plan needs to be stopped right now before it gets out of hand."

More as we get it.

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