Skip to comments.New Zealand’s Prime Minister Actually Refutes Claim That He Is a ‘Shapeshifting Reptilian’
Posted on 02/17/2014 3:30:26 PM PST by GraceG
Politicians dont typically deign to respond to wild claims and accusations. But New Zealands Prime Minister John Key has publicly responded to an Open Information Act request for any evidence to disprove the theory that Mr John Key is in fact a David Icke style shapeshifting reptilian alien ushering humanity towards enslavement.
Having been asked that question directly, Ive taken the unusual step of not only seeing a doctor, but a vet, and both have confirmed that, no, Im not a reptile, Key told reporters with a smile.
The prime minister continued: Im certainly not an alien. Ive never been in a spaceship. I dont have a little green suit. And Ive never been to outer space.
He added that his tongue is not overly long either.
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That's exactly what I'd expect a David Icke style shapeshifting reptilian alien to tell the public.
And apparently some are pretty cute:
[ That’s exactly what I’d expect a David Icke style shapeshifting reptilian alien to tell the public. ]
So if they admitted to be a reptoid it would mean that they are actually human?
he sounds like he may be a good man, but for most politicians these days (at least in WashDC) nobody is going to believe them if they claim they aren’t some sort of hostile alien species
(especially the ones without valid Rock3 birth certificates)
Once a politician starts to deny it, you know its true.
Sounds like they are a bunch of speciesists there. Reptiles can have good ideas.
Elim Garak: I'm sorry, Doctor, I just don't see the value of this man's work.
Dr. Julian Bashir: But Garak, Shakespeare is one of the giants of Human literature.
Elim Garak: I knew Brutus was going to kill Caesar in the first act; but Caesar didn't figure it out until the knife was in his back.
Dr. Julian Bashir: But that's what makes it a tragedy. Caesar couldn't conceive that his best friend would plot to kill him.
Elim Garak: Tragedy is not the word I'd use. Farce would be more appropriate.
Elim Garak: The truth is usually just an excuse for a lack of imagination.
[Bashir tells Garak the story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf]
Dr. Julian Bashir: It's a children's story, about a young shepherd boy who gets lonely while tending his flock. So he cries out to the villagers that a wolf is attacking the sheep. The people come running, but of course there's no wolf. He claims that it's run away and the villagers praise him for his vigilance.
Elim Garak: Clever lad. Charming story.
Dr. Julian Bashir: I'm not finished. The next day, the boy does it again, and the next too. And on the fourth day a wolf really comes. The boy cries out at the top of his lungs, but the villagers ignore him, and the boy, and his flock, are gobbled up.
Elim Garak: Well, that's a little graphic for children, wouldn't you say?
Dr. Julian Bashir: But the point is, if you lie all the time, nobody's going to believe you, even when you're telling the truth.
Elim Garak: Are you sure that's the point, Doctor?
Dr. Julian Bashir: Of course. What else could it be?
Elim Garak: That you should never tell the same lie twice.
Well, I remember one who put out an ad to say she was not a witch - embarrassing......
Where do we file our complaint about John Kerry?
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