Alien invasion confirmed by Russian PM

Sky News - 08 December 2012CET - 15.11----I just caught a snippet on Sky News (literally the last 10 seconds) of an interview that Prime Minister Medvedev of Russia gave yesterday. I just googled this to find out more . . . . here's what was reported by Reuters (and The Telegraph in the UK) . . . excerpt . . .Another of the journalists asked whether the president is handed secret files on aliens when receiving the briefcase needed to activate Russia's nuclear arsenal."Along with the briefcase with nuclear codes, the president of the country is given a special 'top secret' folder. This folder in its entirety contains information about aliens who visited our planet," Medvedev answered playfully."Along with this, you are given a report of the absolutely secret special service that exercises control over aliens on the territory of our country ... More detailed information on this topic you can get from a well-known movie called 'Men In Black' ... I will not tell you how many of them are among us because it may cause panic," he says.None of the television stations that interviewed Medvedev broadcast the off-air comments, but they were delivered to Reuters as a pool signal and some were shown on YouTube.Ok, so the questions are; was he winding the journalists up? was he caught off guard and let slip of the tongue?This seems a totally bizarre thing for the Prime Minister of Russia to say, even off camera.Full report of the interview that appears in the Telegraph newspaper can be found here . . . . premier jokes about secret files on aliensMOSCOW (AP) - "Men in Black" agents K and J may be about to recruit a new Russian assistant: Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.Medvedev has spoken about top secret files on aliens that may have landed in Russia.In footage recorded Friday after a television interview, the former president joked that each Russian leader gets two folders with information about extraterrestrials that visited our planet - and stayed here.Unseen on camera footage, he is heard telling a Ren TV journalist he could not tell "how many of them are among us, because it may cause panic." He said more details could be found in Barry Sonnenfeld's "Men in Black" films.During his 2008-2012 presidency, Medvedev showed a sense of humor slightly more subtle that Putin's sometimes brutal jokes.

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