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Originally posted by leira7
Originally posted by MonteroReal
UFOs and Chess, now we only need some satanic plot with illuminatis behind.
No doubt, I smell a Rat in the batch. Our governments know aliens exist, I believe it is a very strategic move for this president to come out and openly say it. They must have given him "The OK". Remember, this guy plays Chess, he's probably got an inn to make Arnold The President of The World.
The illuminati like hollywood, so I'm pitchin you some wild scenarios...
Here's your plot me'boy.
Yah get some of Hitler's greys to pose in a pic with The Prez. and declare a one world government to end the nuclear warfare first introduced to us by these very same minion deros.
Even better, you get Aliens that look like us (but are really cyborgs from Andromeda) and these ETs convince all of humanity that we were created from a single source (them) and that we need to form a one world government to make it easier for TPTB to control us and continue destroying our planet with oil and plastic.
After a large number of people run around crying and screaming that there is no god, they settle down, take more PILLS, join the International Peace Corps that fake like they're saving the world, but are only helping to imprison 3rd world countries and enslave the world with this new found Universal Doctrine. People will hate planet earth and want to leave with the 'aliens' only to become slaves of The Underground Matrix on Mars and other traveling spaceships that come from Andromeda.
Ilyumzhinov has striven to become an "Asian values" authoritarian like his Singaporean, Korean, and Chinese role models (even though his republic is in the southern European portion of Russia). He has spent millions of dollars on chess and supporting religion, building a Catholic church at the instigation of the Pope John Paul II. He has also built a mosque, a synagogue, 22 Orthodox churches, and 30 Buddhist temples. Chess was made a compulsory subject in the first three years of elementary school—the only place in the world where this is the case. The region now has numerous champions. The Dalai Lama has visited Kirsan Ilyumzhinov on many occasions and has blessed a number of the temples in Elista, as well as Kalmyk Buddhist temples overseas. Ilyumzhinov denies persistent accusations of diverting the republic's resources for his own use (in fact he does not draw a salary as president) and of suppressing media freedom. Visiting journalists and tourists who have come to Kalmykia have spoken of the great reception they have received, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov often meeting them in person. In 2004, police dispersed a small number of demonstrators who demanded his resignation. When Australian journalist Eric Campbell interviewed people in Elista about Ilyumzhinov, he found that many were happy that he had managed to gain widespread attention for Kalmykia through chess, although one was slightly critical of the money invested in chess projects
From November 1995 to present Ilyumzhinov has been President of the World Chess Federation, investing a large amount of his private fortune into the game. He has been enthusiastic about attracting international tournaments to Kalmykia, and many grandmasters have done so. His flamboyant plans to build an extravagant Chess City in the republic led to protests by some people, but have been praised by others for generating good publicity. The 1996 bout was scheduled between Gata Kamsky and Anatoly Karpov for Baghdad. However the international response was so harsh, that FIDE moved the match to Elista where it achieved much (good) international attention.
In the summer of 1998, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov announced his possible candidacy for the Russian presidency. This coincided with Anatoly Karpov being critical of the annual knockout FIDE world title system. Karpov argued that his contract with FIDE stipulated that the winner of the 1998 Karpov-Anand match would hold the title for two years. Karpov's successful advocacy of his rights led to the cancellation of a planned world title knockout series in Las Vegas, Nevada, later in that year. Since Karpov had an unsuccessful year, apart from his match against Anand, and he was unable to resist the plan that he would have to enter this knockout, whenever it came to be organized, at a far earlier stage. Ilyumzhinov managed to persuade the 140 member countries of FIDE to take part in the main team event of the year, the Chess Olympiad, scheduled to start in late September 1998, in Elista. However the event started late due to the failure to complete the new venue in time. In the end, it attracted 110 teams to the main event, a Swiss system contest shortened to 13 rounds to allow for the delay. On June 2, 2006, Ilyumzhinov was re-elected as FIDE President by a margin of 96–54 against his opponent Bessel Kok. In an October 2006 Wall Street Journal article Garry Kasparov, who backed a rival to Ilyumzhinov, criticized Ilyumzhinov FIDE's leadership stating: "(Ilyumzhinov) has created a vertical column of power that would be familiar to any observer of Russia today." Nigel Short, the British grandmaster who also supported Kirsan's rival for the leadership of FIDE, joined Kasparov's misgivings at Ilyumzhinov's victory.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Now what I'm not understanding is, if he's the President of Kalmykia (wherever that is) why is he looking for "Russia" to start anything? Why doesn't he just open his own research/reporting center and hire his own qualified people? Why is he looking to others for help? It almost seems like his purposefully making noise to draw attention to himself and that's not making him look too credible IMHO.
Originally posted by seenitall
He said he believes chess comes from space...