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Are Aliens Invading Scotland? (pt.1/5)

  • Pindz
  • uploaded: Jul 19, 2009
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  • Roramungus#

    Roramungus July 27, 2009 2:04:13 PM CEST


  • Paranormalcrazy#

    Paranormalcrazy July 26, 2009 11:57:38 PM CEST

    I have seen many ufos not that far from a USA Air base in suffolk England.

  • Sim0b#

    Sim0b July 26, 2009 2:33:02 PM CEST

    i hate the sarcastic narrator on here. sounds like a tosser.

  • Pateriot#

    Pateriot July 21, 2009 2:12:57 PM CEST

    I am part Scottish and is not a big surprise to me that they see more aliens and UFOs in Scotland. They also see more fairies, trolls and leprechauns. Us Scottish sure like our Whiskey!

  • Flecktarn#

    Flecktarn July 21, 2009 12:04:15 AM CEST

    i dont trust nick pope hes to shifty for me ,likes to grab the attention to much

  • Concerned#

    Concerned July 20, 2009 9:09:42 PM CEST

    Any film that allows Nick Pope to chip in his bit is on the side of the debunkers

  • Anrk0207#

    Anrk0207 July 20, 2009 8:42:34 AM CEST

    I would have to agree with you the program was a load of bollocks and as for the people of bonnybridge there all out of thier nut on l.s.d and and pissed out of thier tiny little brains.I have no doubt that thier seeing something but u have to ask yourselves what thier state of mind was at that moment.The people of bonnybridge are just trying to make the place seem interesting because it's a shit-hole.

  • Al1981#

    Al1981 July 20, 2009 4:34:41 AM CEST

    Of course. it's one of the most bueatuiful places on earth..:) man it's scarey to think they are here and then it's the most amazing felling to eve think. It's exciting and i think this is one of the only ways humanity (homo-sepians)are going to change and stop acting the egotistical of what we are...ok thats not nice...but we are over our heads at most points and we act like we all that!! you get what i mean..anyways i only hope they do keep teaching or teach our true spituality of way we should live and what we are and who we are... ok im over my head now! lol

  • Iamcare#

    Iamcare July 20, 2009 4:13:26 AM CEST

    I apologise in advance but I thought this was going to be good. I see bitterness as a positive personality trait. There is no vitriol in this statement that should be misinterpreted as me being a arse to whoever posted this or anything, I'm just pointing out a few reasons why this made me want to set my eyes on fire.Also I hate British Television.In reality this should have been called "how to conduct a disinformation hit peice in 3 easy steps"1) It's presented by Simon 'the guy who's entire schtick is putting funny emphasis on words' Day, from the fast show. Bang goes credibility2) They try to disprove the Roselyn/soundwave corrolation by having a guy play a sheet of metal with a violin bow. Anyone who's seen that done in a true scientific conditions knows that when DONE PROPERLY, the experiment yeilds an impressive array of geometric, symetrical patterns which increase in complexity throughout the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Douchebag with violin bow hatrdly embraces the subtleties3) It's idea of research into black budget projects appears to consist of asking the government nicely if they have any secret black budget projects. Astonishingly, the government said no.Throw in a few people who come off as a few prescriptions shy of the nuthouse, call them 'spooky' in a brummie accent and boom, you have a perfect British UFO programme, Which skates brilliantly across the subject its looking at without ever really stopping to research anything. A better programme would have consisted of them using the first minute to tell me that apparently, there are lots of UFO's in scotland and it may or may not be linked to the whole freemason/templar thing, then spending the rest of the 44 minutes with a screen simply saying "WWW.GOOGLE.COM for more information", because you sure as f*ck aren't getting it from this programme.Interspersed with some dogs in funny hats.I forget if this was shown on the BBC or not but it wouldn't shock me. If a UFO 'documentary' doesn't show at least a second of the NASA footage, or makes you come away feeling like "Hey, there might just in the end, one day, actually be aliens out there, but you're a f*cking tw*t if you beleive any of this sh*t", then it's usually safe to say that journalistic integrity and research were not foremost in the mind of the producer.Peace and Love

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