Tuesday, 27 January 2009

It's official: Mandelson is an alien


I always thought there was something 'not quite right' about Peter Mandelson, you know; dark, different, sinister - but I couldn't quite put my finger on it, until now.

The Tories may be riding high in the opinion polls despite their complete inability to provide any kind of insight into the big issues of the day, with the exception of this, courtesy of politics.co.uk:
David Cameron has promised to make public any secret files on UFOs if he becomes prime minister.

Responding to a question about cover-ups of flying alien crafts, the Conservative leader pledged he would be "open and frank" about government knowledge of extraterrestrials.

"I'm convinced we've been visited by aliens - one of them is trade secretary Peter Mandelson," Mr Cameron said to the Cameron Direct meeting in Tynemouth, North Tyneside.

Perhaps TractorStats could come up with an appropriate picture for this one? Beyond me...

EDIT: Tractor Stats delivers again, awesome...

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  1. "I'm convinced we've been visited by aliens - one of them is trade secretary Peter Mandelson," Mr Cameron said to the Cameron Direct meeting in Tynemouth, North Tyneside. "
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    lol i like it. Maybe Gordon Brown might blame all his wows on the aliens, its just about how desperate this eejit can get.

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  2. Auch the man must be an alien cause he sent his side-kick alien to the Commons earlier to present the Motor Industry funding decision.

    Aren't Aliens afraid of the truth? Well if they are Mandy certainly got the truth from Ken Clarke. He was on top form.

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  3. The crazy thing is that he could be, as it happens.

    It is "known" that the Greys (as used by Spielberg in the "Taken" series — those fellows) have cross-bred with humans to produce human-looking hybrids, and it would not be exactly a great surprise if it were to turn out that Mandelson is one of those.

    Meanwhile, a small correction: Mork was Robin Williams' character who came from the planet Ork. He was first featured in "Happy Days" on (I think) two occasions, then had his own series "Mork and Mindy" with Pam Dawber a little later.

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  4. But I suppose the Tories started it - didn't John Redwood used to be called 'Spock'?

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  5. Maggie Thatcher wasn't human.

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