BBC News: Disc shaped craft is spotted circling near Stansted!

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posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 04:19 AM
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A very interesting report. The witness gives a good description of the object, and seems genuinely puzzled by it. When I first listened to the report, I wondered if it was some kind of balloon with fancy lighting, but I think that it would have been spotted by others (even at that time in the morning). I also don't think that it has anything to do with that "floating island". He seemed to suggest that the object he saw was as big as an airliner, but that island is apparently only seven metres wide. In addition, it didn't seem to have any lights on it (based on the photo provided).




posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 07:10 PM
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Originally posted by dilly1

Originally posted by purplemer
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no its not... a guy saw something in the sky...what new?


the bbc is not fox news, there is a lot of respect for the bbc news..


Dude your so wrong about BBC. they literally have cameras positioned for UFO's.....hello...BBC is SO LIBERAL its a joke. only socialist watch BBC


The BBC is one of the last remaining credible news releases. They just report the news as is and don't sensationalize like Fox and CNN or whatever else MSM that is out there.



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 10:11 PM
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Hmms, why dont you go back to sleep and let the rest of us discuss what is going on instead of giving your one liners, which does nothing but trys to derail the topic of discussion.

Epic fail



posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 10:55 PM
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Originally posted by Unthought Known




The BBC is one of the last remaining credible news releases. They just report the news as is and don't sensationalize like Fox and CNN or whatever else MSM that is out there.


Thanks for the laugh. Has the BBC been reporting on the Murdoch whistle-blower's autopsy report? Did they do an in-depth investigation on the Bin Laden fiasco? They've sold out just like the rest.



posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 09:55 AM
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The the BBC should be accountable to us the Public whom funds it and not influenced by the Government, It is state censorship if they are doing this.

And should not be tolerated by the UK Public what so ever,.



posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 06:32 PM
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Originally posted by Enlightenme1111
Thanks for the laugh. Has the BBC been reporting on the Murdoch whistle-blower's autopsy report? Did they do an in-depth investigation on the Bin Laden fiasco? They've sold out just like the rest.


Nope, they sure didn't.

And that's because, unlike sensationalist American news (where the world is "America" and the rest of the globe is just silly little backwards countries) they don't feel the need to blow things out of proportion and typically report on what's actually known - not what conspiracy theorists purport.

The "Bin Laden" stuff just doesn't "do it" for us Brits - we just don't care. As for the whistle-blower's autopsy - the Beeb didn't report on it most likely because there was nothing TO report. Only sensationalism and hyperbole.

And we'll leave that to the Yanks



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 03:09 PM
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Nope, they sure didn't.

And that's because, unlike sensationalist American news (where the world is "America" and the rest of the globe is just silly little backwards countries) they don't feel the need to blow things out of proportion and typically report on what's actually known - not what conspiracy theorists purport.

The "Bin Laden" stuff just doesn't "do it" for us Brits - we just don't care. As for the whistle-blower's autopsy - the Beeb didn't report on it most likely because there was nothing TO report. Only sensationalism and hyperbole.

And we'll leave that to the Yanks




"The "Bin Laden" stuff just doesn't "do it" for us Brits - we just don't care"

Yes,your to busy following the prince and his bride around in awe over his every step ! I wouldn't be surprised if all of you applauded every time he flushed a toilet.
What a bunch of pompous asses,no wonder we kick your ass back across the pond.
the only thing worth a dam from over there was Monty python.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 05:10 PM
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Originally posted by zigoapex
Yes,your to busy following the prince and his bride around in awe over his every step ! I wouldn't be surprised if all of you applauded every time he flushed a toilet.
What a bunch of pompous asses,no wonder we kick your ass back across the pond.
the only thing worth a dam from over there was Monty python.


Touched a FoxNewsNerve, have I?


Well no, we don't care much for the Royals these days - to be honest, it's the American's who seem to be very much infatuated with them for some reason. Royal-envy, no doubt.



posted on Aug, 9 2011 @ 10:58 AM
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I think it's the economy. The stress and lack of jobs is making people delusional.

Next week it'll be a mothership and the one after that a planetoid filled with insect intelligence.

Never doubt the power of a recession.



posted on Aug, 9 2011 @ 11:44 AM
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Originally posted by noonebutme

Originally posted by zigoapex
Yes,your to busy following the prince and his bride around in awe over his every step ! I wouldn't be surprised if all of you applauded every time he flushed a toilet.
What a bunch of pompous asses,no wonder we kick your ass back across the pond.
the only thing worth a dam from over there was Monty python.


Touched a FoxNewsNerve, have I?


Well no, we don't care much for the Royals these days - to be honest, it's the American's who seem to be very much infatuated with them for some reason. Royal-envy, no doubt.

fox news sucks,even worse than you so does the rest of msm.
Royal-envy, no doubt.

yes, placed on the top and worshiped like
a Greek god because he was pushed out of the royal whom.
Usa is far from perfect,but at least we admit it,unlike you,living the lie.





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