Vladimir Putin is advised by ALIENS’ Councillor blames space reptiles for Ukraine crisis
‘Vladimir Putin is advised by ALIENS’ Councillor blames space reptiles for Ukraine crisis
RUSSIA’S president Vladimir Putin is being advised over the Ukraine crisis by a group of ALIEN reptiles from outer space, claims a Labour politician.
Published: 12:39, Mon, February 23, 2015
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Simon Parkes and Vladimir Putin
Alien-obsessed Simon Parkes, a councillor in Whitby, North Yorkshire, blamed hostilities in troubled eastern Ukraine on a group of alien reptiles he calls the ‘Nordics.’The 53-year-old, who claims to have been visited by extra-terrestrials ever since being inside his mother’s womb, said the correspondence between Putin and the Nordics “is on par with America” during a Q&A session in Wallsend, North Tyneside.He said: ” Putin had been part of a group advised by reptiles. Nordics made the counter offer to Putin.”The technology the Nordics are giving to Putin is on par with America.”
Putin had been part of a group advised by reptiles. Nordics made the counter offer to Putin.
Speaking to an audience of around 30 listeners at The Vault, the father-of-three continued: “The Nordics have told Putin he no longer has to toe the American line, hence his resistance.”
The councillor and driving instructor, who represents Stakesby on Whitby Town Council, also told the audience that his legal father is a reptile.
Previously, Councillor Parkes has claimed that he fathered an extra terrestrial lovechild called Zarka and says having sex with the alien has caused tension in his marriage with his wife.
Speaking on Channel 4 documentary Confessions Of An Alien Abductee in June 2013 he said his “real mother” is a 9ft green alien with eight, stick-like fingers who appeared to him in his cot when he was six-months-old.
Simon Parkes blames aliens for Ukraine crisis
Councillor Parkes bizarre comments come more than a week after the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany thrashed out a peace agreement in Belarus capital Minsk.The deal hopes to resurrect a stillborn ceasefire after the first Minsk agreement collapsed shortly after being signed five months ago.However, on Friday the Ukraine military claimed more than 20 Russian tanks, 10 missile systems and busses filled with fighters had crossed the border, and appeared to be heading in the direction of Novoazovsk, a rebel-held town in the south-east.