posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 03:45 PM
As I have already stated. I do think your OP is interesting even if I don't believe it will come to pass.
I must admit, as someone who was born, raised in South Africa the implications were just too funny for me not to write down the potential outcomes of
such an event.
The below analysis of what would be in store for any aliens is all said in Jest. Please take with a grain of salt.
In the event of Alien Disclosure at the 2010 Soccer World Cup South Africa
June 10th. Day before D-DAY.
In a previously improbable scenario, an alien craft punches through earths atmosphere in the southern hemisphere and comes hurtling in a fiery cloud
of smoke and gas towards Cape Town, where it hovers and then docks on the city's famous Table Mountain.
Despite being surrounded in a glowing aura/corona and an unmistakeable humming sound Capetonians don't even notice it. As everything has an aura and
it is no secret that table mountain is composed of large quantities of quartz making it the continents biggest amplifier of Positive energy
capetonians are far too positive to notice something as mundane as a space ship. The humming sounds are explained by the 3 or 4 different trance
parties happening on the mountain at the time.
June 11th World Cup begins:
In it's haste to make the opening ceremony in Johannesburg the craft speeds off.
It's terrestrial drive engine, used for planetary surface propulsion is a highly evolved form of the internal combustion engine, and ejects an as yet
unheard of gas that solidifies in earths atmosphere to a remarkably beautiful and useful mineral solid which quickly becomes highly valuable as
jewelry despite it's potential for limitless and clean energy called space-klippe.
En route to Johannesburg the craft collides with other seemingly advanced transport modules known to the locals as the minibus or “black” taxi.
Quickly Adapting this technolgy, by the time it reaches the stadium the craft is holding 30 persons over the maximum capacity stated on the official
operators guide, there's always room for 1 more
After the match, the aliens return to find their vehicle propped up on paint cans and bricks and all landing gear, sound equipment, and valuables
inside the craft are stolen.
The aliens decide to lay low in Jozi for a day, using the time to repair their craft.
June 12th – World Cup day 2
Rumours begin to circulate of strange footage and even stranger reports occuring during yesterdays game.
Farmers and residents of the Karoo begin collecting Space-klippe
Capetonians begin to compare notes of “those weird looking foreigners” with the cool sound system.
June 13th Germany vs Australia
Having repaired their craft the Aliens head for Durban to watch their old friends the Germans play Australia.
A road rage incident on the N1 leaves one visitor with a black eye. And causes the others to ensure the doors are always locked.
They are stopped and fined near Pietermaritzburg for speeding. Natal has a strict Zero tolerance attitude towards traffic control. Traffic cops report
is never seen as the fine was payed on the spot (bribed)
Aliens meet local surfer who introduces them to earths favourite plant in the form of Durban Poison
Aliens miss Germany VS Australia game. Instead they can be found in the local Nandos enjoying an extended lunch and extolling the virtues of Zol.
June 12th -Again
Having missed 2 games in a row, the aliens decide to use the crafts time travel capabilities to go back to the England VS America game at Rustenberg
stadium the day before.
They materialise in a poor rural area. While checking co-ordinates and directions they are surprised by a gang who hijack their craft. 1 Alien is shot
and killed. The rest flee.
The slain alien is quickly sold to a local Sangoma (Witch doctor) who recognises the entity from secret knowledge. The Sangoma pays R20 000 (£1800)
for the alien cadaver which is cut up and sold for Muti (medicine) which can cure any ailment known to man
[edit on 11-4-2010 by da_ruse]