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I bet you never wondered where Hillary stands on UFOs

I bet you never wondered where Hillary stands on UFOs

Guaranteed, this will be the craziest Hillary link you read all day.

According to Michael Salla, Examiner.com’s "Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner," Hillary Clinton has a long-standing interest in the most far-out of diplomatic endeavors: relations with extraterrestrials. (Yes, you read that right.) According to Salla, Clinton was first informally briefed about UFOs in 1995 and thereafter became concerned with the potential impact of negative media portrayals on future extraterrestrial diplomacy.

Hillary Clinton’s subsequent public statements concerning UFOs and alien life show that she was greatly concerned with the negative stereotypes created by Hollywood concerning extraterrestrials. In January 25, 1999 at the White House Fifth Millennium Evening, she said: "Most of the movies about the future show aliens descending from outer space determined to blow up the world, and somehow they always begin or end with Washington, D.C." Later that same year on June 17, in Paris, she explicitly questioned the rationale behind such movies: "… often in these movies, for reasons that I question, we have space aliens who are always blowing up Washington, D.C., and the White House." Most revealing is a recent comment she made during the recent Presidential campaign on December 17, 2007: "Remember that movie Independence Day, where invaders were coming from outer space and the whole world was united against the invasion? Why can’t we be united on behalf of our planet? And that’s what I want to do." Clinton’s criticisms of Hollywood stereotypes of invading aliens, alludes to her disapproval of secret national security policies concerning UFO evidence and ‘future’ relations with extraterrestrial life. [Emphasis his]

And we thought we were obsessed with everything Hillary Clinton has ever said. Salla takes this and other evidence and draws an, um, interesting conclusion.

Her public statements and sustained interest in UFOs suggest that, if given the opportunity, she intends to create a very different national security policy concerning extraterrestrial life. As Secretary of State, Clinton will stress ‘galactic’ diplomacy over ‘future’ military confrontation with extraterrestrial life. That may represent a welcome departure to national security policies that have been secretly developed and implemented over six decades of the UFO phenomenon.

Apparently, once she and Defense Secretary Robert Gates are done dividing their earthly turf, they’ll be quietly rejiggering our extraterrestrial policies. And you heard it here first.