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Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby Zep Tepi » Mon May 10, 2010 1:39 am

Somebody on the forum mentioned that Colin Bennett should write an article about the farce that is Exopolitics. Well, I listened and contacted Colin that same day. He has already written a number of fascinating articles for us here at RU, and he hasn't disappointed this time either :)

I think you will agree, this article - exclusive to Reality Uncovered - is his best yet:
Child Brides from Outer Space

Enjoy, part two to follow.
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby MikeJamieson » Mon May 10, 2010 12:11 pm

=D>

Exopolitics represents a post-modern meme-based prototypal entertainment system. Facts and fictions do not relate to such virtual superliminal constructs as SERPO and Project Camelot, any more than they relate to the Yellow Brick Road of OZ or Bob Hope’s Road to Morocco. If anything good could be said about them, it is that they represent cerebral Pop Art of a very high standard. This is a relatively new genre of highly wrought modern social comedy: it was born between the burgeoning games systems of web virtuality, and got caught between cyber culture, science fiction hallucinations, and countless elitist conspiracies of many a kidney. Having said that, I accept that Exopolitics is an authentic form of post-modern expression, and I rank it with Thunderbirds, Mission Impossible and the UK Dr. Who.


Okay, folks, stop bitching about Salla's curriculum and the costs of attending class. His work is worthy of being coveted by the finest galleries in the world! And, why movie studios haven't caught on yet is beyond me.

Great stuff. (So Martinez has a blog now?)
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby Chorlton » Mon May 10, 2010 1:49 pm

Shoulsnt the whole thing be renamed as
Exobollockstics.
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby You Can Call Me Ray » Mon May 10, 2010 3:11 pm

Chorlton wrote:Shoulsnt the whole thing be renamed as
Exobollockstics.

:lol: Chorly! I think you had better reserve that website name! And then start-up a parody site at that address. Awesome!
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby Chorlton » Mon May 10, 2010 4:12 pm

I'm actually thinking of booting up a site entitled.
twatcentral

To include all sorts of Twats not just Exobollocksticks
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Everything on the internet must be true, right?

Postby You Can Call Me Ray » Mon May 10, 2010 6:28 pm

Love this quote the most:

In conversation with the Washington Post, Salla pointed to evidence widely available on the internet as a source for his research on extraterrestrial visitation: “There’s a lot of stuff on the Internet, and I just went around and pieced it together.”


Blissfully unaware of the problem, our intrepid Exopolitical hero pushes forward and opens new horizons in the exo-humanistic efforts for One Universe Government! :roll:

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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby Zep Tepi » Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:45 am

Colin Bennett's eagerly anticipated follow-up to Child Brides from Outer Space has been published exclusively on the Reality Uncovered blog.

Entitled Cargo-Culting Big Media, this fantastic exopolitical expose can be read by clicking the link.

Enjoy!
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby Chorlton » Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:33 pm

Zep Tepi wrote:Somebody on the forum mentioned that Colin Bennett should write an article about the farce that is Exopolitics. Well, I listened and contacted Colin that same day. He has already written a number of fascinating articles for us here at RU, and he hasn't disappointed this time either :)

I think you will agree, this article - exclusive to Reality Uncovered - is his best yet:
Child Brides from Outer Space
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Wasnt that the name of a Russ Meyer film. ?
I wouldnt actually know of course, someone told me,.........yes.....errrr of course. :D
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby murnut » Sun Sep 26, 2010 3:03 pm

A response from the exo-clowns.....

Aviary wannabe Colin Bennett's attempts to deconstruct the Exopolitics paradigm and consign humanity to the middle ages


http://exopolitics.blogs.com/exopolitic ... nity-.html
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby DrDil » Sun Sep 26, 2010 9:10 pm

murnut wrote:A response from the exo-clowns.....

Aviary wannabe Colin Bennett's attempts to deconstruct the Exopolitics paradigm and consign humanity to the middle ages


http://exopolitics.blogs.com/exopolitic ... nity-.html


Empirical evidence and the law of evidence now support the existence of:

(1) Intelligent, organized civilizations in our 3rd dimension solar system, in our deep space universe, in hyperspace and parallel universes;
(2) Intelligent civilizations’ governance authorities;
(3) Soul civilizations in the inter-life spiritual dimensions.


In Light and cooperation, Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, Med


Damn, must have missed that memo…..
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby harborsc » Sat Mar 26, 2011 4:17 am

I suppose it is good to have a contingency plan for the arrival of ET, but I do not plan to hold my breath for their arrival. Oh, something is probably here with us but it is not alien, just a neighbor of old acquaintance.
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby murnut » Sat Mar 26, 2011 4:54 am

Say hi to Dan for me
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby harborsc » Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:17 pm

I post at OMF, but I do not believe Mr Smith has much interest in me. OMF is a strange place to me with a lot of posting about the obviously impossible and improbable. Still it is fun to watch.
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Re: Child Brides from Outer Space

Postby ryguy » Mon Mar 28, 2011 1:20 pm

harborsc wrote:I post at OMF, but I do not believe Mr Smith has much interest in me. OMF is a strange place to me with a lot of posting about the obviously impossible and improbable. Still it is fun to watch.


Sort of like twisting your neck to look backwards at the scene of a gruesome accident. I don't find OM to be fun at all to watch, to be honest. Depressing is more like it.

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