Thursday, January 26, 2012

Korea Times Says Alien Invaders From Planet Gootan Arrive November

The Korea Times has broken ranks with a massive conspiracy of silence instigated by the government and scientific community, to warn its readers that alien invaders from the planet Gootan are now expected to arrive at Earth in November to launch a massive attack.

Last year there was panic when the newspaper, Korea's oldest mainland English language publication, revealed that three giant objects - "probably outer spaceships" up to 240 kilometers in diameter were near Pluto, heading towards Earth. Shortly after, it published the first photo of the alien invaders, saying they would arrive in December 2012.

Some people are still holding out hopes that the arrival of the giant spaceships a month earlier than originally expected may indicate they are using brake parts from Hyundai Accents, and may merely be visiting to obtain spares, but Hyundai have dismissed this idea saying they do not share secrets with foreigners. The spaceships are said to now be passing Jupiter – it is not known if they have already started trying to apply their brakes.

The Korea Times says advance scouts for the Gootan invasion fleet are already visiting Earth. In September, UFOs were spotted in the skies above Daejeon and quickly declared hostile when the government admitted that nobody would travel vast interstellar distances just to visit Daejeon, when most people in Korea won't even go there from Seoul. The newspaper now says that other giant ships landed in China and the Indonesian Sea in November, although Fox News has suggested that the latter ship may have been shot down by Islamic militants.

The Korea Times also revealed that according to the lead extraterrestrial expert at SETI, Chinese officials have obtained over 1,000 secret NASA photographs depicting not only human footprints, but even a human carcass on the surface of the Moon. The official said that some of the body's bones were missing, and it was probably dropped on the Moon from an alien spaceship. But Korean space experts said NASA had taken shots of the Korean Moon landing site.

With a large scale assault said to be imminent, Korean scientists are believed to be engaged in desperate attempts to try and contact the aliens before they arrive to destroy Earth, in order to ask them what they think of bibimbap.

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