What Leaders Of Other Planets?

I’ve been reading recently that Angela Merkel (and a few other EU leaders) want to oust EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Might this video have something to do with it?

In the comments:

myrage187 17 hours ago

No… I am French and HE IS REALLY CLEAR, he said ‘Those that are observing us from far are worried. I have seen and listened to many leaders of ‘other planets’… and they are worried about the path the EU will be following. We need to re-assure the Europeans and those that observes us from farther… He is definitely clearly speaking about ET / Break away civilizations here… and it doesn’t sound like a joke for sure..

Not sure what to make of it. Perhaps the upheaval of Brexit has all been a bit too much for him?

In some personal news, today I managed to update my 19-year-old Idle Theory website for the first time in over 6 years. It now carries today’s date at the bottom of the front page. For the past 6 years I’ve been posting stuff on this blog instead of the Idle Theory site.


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24 Responses to What Leaders Of Other Planets?

  1. Tony says:

    I think we need to hear from our Galactic President. Zaphod?

  2. waltc says:

    Case in point of the asylum being run by the lunatics….

    Elsewhere in the news, heard Tony Blair today (not third person, his own voice) saying the Brexit vote is not legally binding, that the (implicitly confused) people spoke but that Parliament must listen carefully to the (implicitly enlightened) people who are speaking now against it and take their voices (which include those, he says, of remorseful Leaves) into account. From the perspective of US news reports, there seem to be serious plans afoot to sabotage Brexit. If they succeed, what would the people do? I can only suggest a national strike by the 52% who could paralyze the economy. Also suggest stocking up on pitchforks

    • Tony says:

      And piano wire if they don’t behave.

      The Government’s propaganda brochure that was sent to every household in the country at the cost to taxpayers of £9 million, made the legal position very clear. On the last page, under the heading “A once in a generation decision” it stated :

      This is your decision. The Government will implement what you decide.

    • Twisted Root says:

      A national TAX strike would really hit them where it hurts.

    • Rose says:

      Elsewhere in the news, heard Tony Blair today (not third person, his own voice) saying the Brexit vote is not legally binding

      Whether it is or it isn’t, I don’t think we’ll be listening to him.

      Downing St apologises for dodgy dossier
      By Channel 4 News

      08 June 2003

      “It’s taken them four months, but Downing Street has at last apologised for the so-called “dodgy dossier” which was used to help justify the war against Iraq.

      This programme disclosed back in February that No 10’s report on Iraq’s security apparatus was largely lifted from a student’s PhD thesis, published on the internet. Home Secretary David Blunkett said it should never have been published”.

      “Then this from the Home Secretary:

      “I think it would be better if we hadn’t published that dossier because it was about the background to Iraq, it wasn’t about the identification of weapons of mass destruction. I think it was just an honest appraisal by Alastair Campbell. And I think we should draw a line under what has now become the most absurd political story in the whole of my lifetime”

      The row over the “dodgy dossier” errupted when Channel Four News disclosed that large chunks of No 10’s supposedly authoritative report, “Iraq – its Infrastructure of Concealment, Deception and Intimidation” had been lifted word for word from this PhD thesis by Ibrahim al-Marashi entitled more conservatively, “Iraq’s Security and Intelligence Network: A Guide and Analysis”.

      It was published in the American journal Meria in September last year and relied on information dating back to the first Gulf War.

      The Government document was written by members of Alastair Campbell’s “coalition information centre” in Downing Street.

      It drew on “a number of sources, including intelligence material”. But it omitted to credit Mr al-Marashi.”

      Another good thing about the referendum is that people are often led to believe that if they disagree they are in a minority and their views don’t really count, but this time we know for sure that we aren’t in a minority who can easily be dismissed and pushed aside.

    • Rose says:

      Old news

      Tony Blair’s bid for EU presidency sinks

      “Tony Blair’s hopes of becoming Europe’s first sitting president were receding fast last night as Britain admitted his chances of success were “fading” after the continent’s centre-right leaders made it clear one of their own must have the post.

      Hours after Gordon Brown delivered his strongest statement of support for Blair – disclosing that he had spoken to him earlier this week – British sources indicated that the former prime minister was unlikely to assume the high-profile job.

      “It would be right to describe Tony’s chances as fading,” one source said. “Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel are not terribly enthusiastic. Silvio Berlusconi remains his strongest backer.”

    • smokingscot says:

      There’s a programme on telly tonight (9pm 5+1) about Tony Blair and how he’s become rich beyond imagining. One can only hope it’s as good as they make it out to be, because that man’s the reason for devolution and the smoking ban – and I shan’t get on my high horse about his corrupt practices in the Middle East.


  3. Lepercolonist says:

    Jean Claude Juncker seems stressed-out. I recommend a cigarette.

    • Joe L. says:

      I can only assume smoking is banned on these ‘other planets’ he speaks of. This may actually be the most plausible origin of all these bat-shit crazy antismokers and healthists; they certainly seem like they’re not of this world.

  4. harleyrider1978 says:

    The Vetting – Holder 1995: We Must ‘Brainwash’ People on Guns like we did on cigarettes

    Breitbart has uncovered video from 1995 of then-U.S. Attorney Eric Holder announcing a public campaign to “really brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way.”
    Holder was addressing the Woman’s National Democratic Club. In his remarks, broadcast by CSPAN 2, he explained that he intended to use anti-smoking campaigns as his model to “change the hearts and minds of people in Washington, DC” about guns.

    “What we need to do is change the way in which people think about guns, especially young people, and make it something that’s not cool, that it’s not acceptable, it’s not hip to carry a gun anymore, in the way in which we changed our attitudes about cigarettes.”

    Holder added that he had asked advertising agencies in the nation’s capital to assist by making anti-gun ads rather than commercials “that make me buy things that I don’t really need.” He had also approached local newspapers and television stations, he said, asking them to devote prime space and time, respectively, to his anti-gun campaign.

    Local political leaders and celebrities, Holder said, including Mayor Marion Barry and Jesse Jackson, had been asked to help. In addition, he reported, he had asked the local school board to make the anti-gun message a part of “every day, every school, and every level.”

    Despite strict gun control efforts, Washington, DC was and remains one of the nation’s most dangerous cities for gun violence, though crime has abated somewhat since the 1990s.

    Holder went on to become Deputy Attorney General in the Clinton administration, and currently serves as Attorney General in the Obama Administration.

    The video of Holder’s remarks was uncovered by Breitbart.com contributor Charles C. Johnson.

  5. harleyrider1978 says:

    California outlaws 30 round magazines

  6. Frank Davis says:

    H/T MJM, SOTT.net

    Juncker is losing it: European Commission president says he speaks with alien leaders, and they’re worried about the EU

  7. Rose says:

    Nigel Farage Steps Down as UKIP Leader
    4thy July 2016

    “UKIP Leader Nigel Farage has today announced he will resign from the leadership of his party.

    Mr. Farage has explained to Breitbart London that he has achieved all he set out to in politics.

    He remarked today, while speaking at the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster, that he doesn’t believe he can achieve anything more than he already has, having delivered a UK referendum on European Union membership, and indeed having won the vote.

    Mr. Farage said that he fought a referendum campaign with the slogan “I want my country back”, now, he says, “I want my life back”.

    A knighthood at the very least…

  8. harleyrider1978 says:
  9. smokingscot says:

    So much for Smoke Free South West.

    They give praise and adulation to their saviours and they’re now Public Health Action donchaknow.

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