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Hmmm.

I’m not quite sure what to make of this story. Certainly the details are quite vague and laughable.

I mean, a daughter called Zarka! … I wonder if Councillor Parkes also writes Dr Who scripts in his spare time.

And then you have to question why Parkes has a daughter who is named but her mother is only known to him as the Cat Queen. 

On the other hand, Canada’s former Minister of Defence, Paul Hellyer earlier this month admitted that aliens are living amongst us – a claim that I do believe to be true. 

Then again, on the third hand (we are talking aliens here), it could be government propaganda to get us used to the idea of aliens in order to further the NWO agenda.

There can be no denying that there has been a major upsurge in the MSM’s reporting of ET’s and UFO’s.

In fact, this story isn’t the only UFO story that the Mail carried today (see 2nd article).

What is quite amusing is the way that the public are willing to accept stories of alien life on earth but refuse to believe that their government are all paedophiles and that the Queen is a cunt.

I am of course referring to our Queen and not the Cat Queen… Who, in reality, is probably a bit of a pussy. 

 

Labour politician admits an affair… with an ALIEN! Father-of-three talks of his belief in extra-terrestial life and claims he fathered a love child with one

  • Whitby councillor Simon Parkes says the child is called Zarka
  • 53-year-old said he has sex with an alien about four times a year

By LEON WATSON

PUBLISHED: 18:30, 18 June 2013 | UPDATED: 20:49, 18 June 2013

Politicians often make claims that seem out-of-this-world.

But now a councillor in Whitby, North Yorkshire, has made one that really is – Labour’s Simon Parkes says he fathered a child with an alien.

The married father-of-three, who represents Stakesby, said his wife had rowed with him after revealing he had a child called Zarka with an alien he refers to as the Cat Queen.

The 53-year-old driving instructor said he has sexual relations with the alien about four times a year.

Picture shows a drawing by Town councillor Simon Parkes, of his alien mother
Whitby Town councillor Simon Parkes, who believes he has had 'hundreds' of encounters with aliens throughout his life

Whitby Town councillor Simon Parkes, who believes he has had ‘hundreds’ of encounters with aliens throughout his life and (left) a drawing he made of his alien mother

‘What will happen is that we will hold hands and I will say “I’m ready” and then the technology I don’t understand will take us up to a craft orbiting the earth,’ he explained.

‘My wife found out about it and was very unhappy, clearly. That caused a few problems, but it is not on a human level, so I don’t see it as wrong.’

Cllr Parkes, who also claims his ‘real mother’ is a 9ft green alien with eight fingers, said people only claim he is mad because they have not shared his experiences and that the encounters don’t affect his work on behalf of Whitby residents.

 

 

‘I can understand how you would say that because you have not seen anything yourself and that’s your immediate fall-back position, but you come and spend some time with me and follow me around for a day and you will actually walk away shaking your head because you will think actually he’s not mad.

‘There are plenty of people in my position who don’t chose to come out and say it because they are terrified it will destroy their careers.’

He told Channel 4 documentary Confessions Of An Alien Abductee his first recollection is of being lifted out of his cot by an alien.

Married Labour councillor Simon Parkes, 53, who represents Stakesby on Whitby Town Council, has defended his beliefs in extra terrestrial life, after he made outlandish claims on national television that he has fathered a child with an alienMarried Labour councillor Simon Parkes, 53, who represents Stakesby on Whitby Town Council, has defended his beliefs in extra terrestrial life, after he made outlandish claims on national television that he has fathered a child with an alien

Councillor Parkes, who spends hours drawing his extra-terrestrial experiences as it helps him to comes to terms with them, said: ‘The only thing I can remember after that is it saying to me you will never be hurt, your will never be harmed.

‘I think I am fairly clear in my head that I am being monitored [by aliens] very closely and if there is anything that’s seriously about to happen or does happen then I am fairly confident in my own mind that they will intervene, they have in the past.’

He said he is also often followed by the security services and that he and a female passenger in his car were recently abducted by aliens in Cloughton, near Scarborough, before being returned to the vehicle as it moved.’

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Pub-goer’s disbelief as he captures picture of two UFOs flying at speed over commuter town

  • Steve Lambert pictured the discs in the evening sky over Bracknell
  • He has asked for others who saw the inexplicable objects to get in touch
  • A UFO expert says the picture is among the best he has ever seen

By SAM WEBB

PUBLISHED: 12:27, 18 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:34, 18 June 2013

A pair of mysterious fast-moving discs of light have been pictured in the skies over the Berkshire town of Bracknell.

Steve Lambert, 42, was making a phone call outside the town’s Running Horse Pub when he spotted the UFOs at 8pm on Friday.

The driving instructor from Basingstoke, Hampshire, said: ‘I was drinking with my girlfriend and her son.’

The truth is out there: These two discs of light were spotted flying flying at speed above the Berkshire town of Bracknell by a shocked pubgoerThe truth is out there: These two discs of light were spotted flying at speed above the Berkshire town of Bracknell by a shocked pubgoer

He added: ‘I went outside to make a phone call when something caught my attention.

 

‘It was around 8pm at night so there was a little bit of sun but it was mainly overcast.

‘It was heading south west and quicker than any normal aircraft.

‘I only saw it for less than five seconds.

‘I have seen a lot of funny things in the sky and I have always practised trying to take a photo quickly on my mobile phone.

‘I am interested to see if anyone else saw it and whether there were any other witnesses.

‘I really want to know what is going on out there – there probably is life out there.’

Mr Lambert posted the photo to Facebook to get his friends’ perspective on the mystery and and now wants to hear from anyone else who saw the UFOs.

I want to believe: Mr Lambert has asked other people who may have seen the UFOs to get in touch with himI want to believe: Mr Lambert has asked other people in Bracknell who may have seen the UFOs to get in touch with him

A former Ministry of Defence (MoD) UFO expert says the photo is ‘one of the best’ he has seen.

Nick Pope, who investigated reports of UFO sightings from 1991 to 1994, said: ‘The shape and colour seems to rule out things like aircraft lights or Chinese lanterns.

‘It would be interesting to know if anyone else saw this, or if anything unusual was tracked on radar.’

This is the second UFO sighting over Bracknell this year after a mystery object was spotted just two miles from where this photo was taken.

In February a man, who wished to remain anonymous, said it he saw an object which was orange, bright red and yellow, which ‘streaked across the sky for all of three seconds’.

A UFO expert described the picture as one of the best he has ever seen. File pictureA UFO expert described the picture as one of the best he has ever seen. File picture

 

Earlier this month three passenger jets sighted UFOs above Britain’s Scientology headquarters on their approach to Gatwick Airport, according to a recently-revealed report.

Their pilots each saw ‘two flat, silver discs’, with some flying within 100ft.

Air traffic control then spotted six UFOs on their radars before they suddenly disappeared.

Investigators offered the possibility the objects could have been balloons or kites but, with the UFOs remaining untraced, the incidents were deemed not possible to assess.

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