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Originally posted by Drexl
Yes, they have had this project going on for some time now . Unofficially the title of this endeavour amoungst Kazakhstan diplomats is known to be ' Cultural learnings of Aliens for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan ' . If you do not like, you will be execute.
Originally posted by groverYears ago I wrote a short science fiction story where astronauts from earth caused a intergalactic incident because the faces of the aliens they encountered looked too much like vagina's and after years in space they couldn't control themselves. I was never able to get it published.
Currently it is generally accepted that aliens are making use of an underwater UFO base in the Caspian Sea which Kazakhstan borders. Fuad Gasimov, the head of neighbouring Azerbaijan's national Aerospace Agency has confirmed this to be the case and has gone on record stating the old USSR constantly monitored alien spaceships regularly entering the water but kept this a military secret. Gasimov himself was involved in this secret monitoring of UFOs when a department heat at the USSR's science academy.
Originally posted by akoola111
I belive Borat is from Kazakhstan, does anyone know if he is involved with this project
Originally posted by ChemBreather
I like this , mui intresting read, and I have a question to you all :
is this the First you read about this subject ?
I mean, one must have all the information / inside info in the back of your head too.
This is a part of a bigger issue, the Tina Seti , the Norwegian Politician Warnings, the area51 frantic caller. Try to connect them, then you will see that it is one huge event..
Happend befor and most likely will happen again...
So one could hope, what if the Nibiru is involved here ? Who knows, it is either all False or True, if either, it will make a big diffrence in the near future..
The world’s ninth biggest country is one of its last great travel unknowns. Though the outside world is gradually becoming aware of Kazakhstan, largely thanks to its oil and the antics of that pseudo-Kazakh Borat Sagdiyev, few have really explored this country of vastly varied attractions.
Easily the most economically advanced of the ‘stans’, post-Soviet Kazakhstan is reinventing itself as a uniquely prosperous and modern Eurasian nation. The leafy commercial and social hub, Almaty, has an almost European feel with its quality hotels, slick boutiques, chic cafés and streets thick with BMWs and Mercedes. Astana, in the north, is being transformed at quickfire speed into a 21st-century capital with a unique mix of Islamic, Western, Soviet and wacky futuristic architecture. President Nursultan Nazarbaev, who has ruled Kazakhstan since Soviet times, doesn’t encourage political opposition but is managing to forge a peaceful, multiethnic nation – which makes him on the whole pretty popular.