Blue Alien (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
I have not yet read a quote from a president lately that would imply a benevolent visit from an alien race. You would think that the President would incorporate into his speech something like...If space aliens "visited" us. But when referring to an alien race it implies invasion. Why not "when they come in peace and friendship"? As I have written recently: (taken out of context)
October 28, 1999:
September 21, 1997:
May 9, 1988:
Some other noted people:
May 12, 1962:
MacArthur again in 1955: "The nations of the world will have to unite, for the next war will be an INTERPLANETARY WAR. The nations of Earth must some day make a common front against ATTACK by people from other planets."
Air Marshall Nurjadin Roesmin, Commander in Chief of the Indonesian Air Force stated in 1967: "UFOs sighted in Indonesia are identical with those sighted in other countries. Sometimes they pose a PROBLEM for our Air Defense and once we were abliged to OPEN FIRE ON THEM."
Let us take a look at those words used by these officials:
ATTACKED BY SPACE ALIENS
ALIEN FORCE...AMONG US
POWER FROM OUTER SPACE
FIGHT THAT PARTICULAR THREAT
ATTACK BY PEOPLE FROM OTHER PLANETS
POSE A PROBLEM
OPEN FIRE ON THEM
2 Presidents talking about hostile aliens?
Keep your eyes to the sky
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