Canada’s Former Defense Minister Says Aliens Are Living Among Us

Russia Today speaks to Paul Hellyer, Canada’s defense minister at the height of the Cold War,  who claims that benevolent aliens infiltrated human civilization long ago:

During the Cold War, 1961, there were about 50 UFOs in formation flying south from Russia across Europe. The Supreme Allied Command investigated for 3 years and they decided that, with absolute certainty, four species – at least – had been visiting this planet for thousands of years.

How many [extraterrestrial] species are there? I used to think between two and twelve, but the reports that I’ve been getting from sources are that there are about 80 different species…”Tall Whites”…”Short Greys”…and some of them look just like us and you wouldn’t know if you walked past one on the street.

They come from various places. Different star systems – the Pleadis, Zeta Reticuli and several others…but in the past few months I have met [those] who made me aware that there are some in our own star system.

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  • echar

    Interesting.

  • emperorreagan

    Dear aliens,

    Please contact me.

    • Monkey See Monkey Do

      Hello.

  • InfvoCuernos

    I have a theory that the colder a place is, the easier it is to govern. Seeing the number of nutly nuts running things from Canada makes me think that might be true-then Russia blows that theory all to hell.

    The other option is that maybe there are aliens. Wasn’t there a Canadian former PM that said something like that?

    • Rhoid Rager

      It’s off topic, but people in colder places generally cooperate better with each other (mutual aid) and this sometimes corresponds to rejecting externally-imposed rules. For example, it was intuitive for Russian scientists in the 19th century to reject out of hand the nature red in tooth and claw thesis put forward by Huxley as one particular way to articulate Darwin’s natural selection thesis. The mutual aid tradition in Russia helped to frame the interpretation of natural selection in a more nuanced manner than nature being a war of each against all. It’s the harsh weather that does it–at least that’s what Kropotkin said. The Inuit are highly cooperative. i believe it is no coincidence that 90% of the population lives within 100 miles of the US border (in other words, further south to the band of less extreme winters). The current state of Canadian society is rotten to the core and mired in liberal-ideological self-denial of systemic corruption, in my opinion.

      As for aliens. Never seen any, but i wouldn’t be surprised if they are walking/growing among us right now. i keep an extremely open mind about that issue. Hell, considering the differences in opinion i have with most of the people i know, i could even be one and just forgotten about it. The comments section in Disinfo is likely bursting with them!

      • Anarchy Pony

        I don’t have any hard data on it, but white people that live in warm to hot climates all seem to be batshit bonkers. See also; Arizona.

        • InfvoCuernos

          I think that’s where the term “crazy from the heat” comes from-either that or David Lee Roth WOOOOAH! High kick.

          • emperorreagan

            I suspect it’s because people lack sufficient time playing “king of the snow drift” in their youth and are unable to become fully developed beings.

          • echar

            How dare you use his name in vain!

        • echar

          And Florida (e.g Florida Man)

          • Anarchy Pony

            A human sub-species I am thoroughly glad not to be descended from.

          • Rhoid Rager

            I lived in southwest FL for about 8 years. I think the coast-dwellers (when they’re not living in mansions in Sarasota) are a little more mellow. Must have something to do with living by the sea (Gulf). I bet there are less-than-subtle differences across humidity levels as well.

          • echar

            I lived there for a summer when I was 15. I liked it a lot, I was in the Coral Springs area. The women down there are something else.

            The traffic was dangerous though. My first experience with the traffic was walking out of the Miami airport, I nearly got ran over.

        • echar
  • jasonpaulhayes

    Why should I believe what old white men involved in national defense tells me about the origins of advanced technology?

    • Gergith

      I always think the same; If it was real information he would have been fired/discredited, and targeted for assassination. If he isn’t consciously spreading disinformation than he is most likely being guided to release it directly or indirectly by the defence department. If these secrets exist and are this big, it’s logical they would kill to keep them secret.

      • echar

        or unbelievable enough that his words discredit themselves?

      • jasonpaulhayes

        “Useful Idiot”

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Thanks for blowing my cover, *sshole.

  • notalent

    When I hear about government,intelligence or military folks talking with certainty about theUFO/Aliens among us I think of the model put forth in Mirage Men, that of a disinformation screen to protect state secrets, test peoples loyalty during the cold war and to manipulate public opinion. Also just to mind fuck people….
    Not saying there isn’t a lot of weird unexplained shit out there………….

    • Juan

      Yeah, I read Mirage Men as well. Loved that book.
      I have the same issues, for the same reasons, about anyone from “official sources” saying anything about UFOs. They are full of shit and anything they say should be looked at very carefully, and with a very clear understanding of how they have behaved in the past.

  • lilbear68

    if they are benevolent what the hell are they waiting for?
    I mean how much more do we have to screw up

    • juandegringo

      They’ve made it clear to abductees over the years, to whom they have shown the chaos of the planet in the near future, that this is our problem and it’s up to us to fix it. They could, but are not going to help and we will be begging for their help. It’s like anything – the decision maker has to make the decision: until we collectively learn to live with each other we will collectively continue to kill each other. It’s our problem, not theirs.

      • lilbear68

        lol, then why they hell are they even here? surely its not just about all the anal probes. I mean theres only so much info they can gain by lookin up someones a** once they get past the firmly embedded head

  • anne_meijers

    Well I am interested in a life form that can survive 425 degrees Celsius on Venus (797 F) and teleport….What organic life form would voluntarily live there ? Although maybe when they are millions of years ahead of us, who know what they are capable of, maybe building structures that are resistant of such heat as to live quite comfortably ?