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Originally posted by Psych3d3licPsych3
reply to post by WingedBull
Not to mention I grew up in South Armagh, just outside cloghogue and I would've heard about this. This is like a story out of "The News of the World". I bloody wish there where greys around here to scare away the SAS soldiers back then lol
Originally posted by nomadros
Originally posted by milomilo
what is gold membership ? what military you join ? what country ? army or navy or marines or airforce ?
IED Blast hardly effect you ? what are you really ?
Err...Gold's is a gym. IED blast....read to the end of the sentence. Basically, the noise and pressure wave doesn't scare him anymore, as he's used to them. HTH
I can't believe this thread is still going
Originally posted by TheBlackHat
Anyone had any luck tracking down the journalist behind the story yet? Worth pursuing this one.
Originally posted by TheGeneral33
reply to post by StarsInDust
Well, well, well, i wondered when this story would pop up. Im more of a lurker really, but will say a few things about this story. At the same time as this is alleged to have happend in 1993, i too was on active service with the army in south armagh northern ireland. I will not say what unit i was with or what my role was there, as this is not important and is need to know only. What i can say is yes i have worked along side 22SAS in northern ireland and oman in the gulf, and i can say that if THEY said it happend, then it did simple as that ! these guys are all very clever lads and dont mess about, they would never make up such a tale for no reason, unless under orders to do so for some other reason ie- cover story. When i was in bandit country in 1993, a lot of op's were going on involving the lads, including ambush, i know this for a fact! I want to say that the SAS are in no way "kill squads" then or now, they are highley trained pro's every time. Right what i do know and can say here today is that at this exect same time the story is said to have taken place, there was reports of ufo's coming in from infantry soliders on night patrols in south armagh ! i was there so i know this at least to be true. as to the story make your own mind up i guess. thats all i want to say at this time. thank you.
What i can say is yes i have worked along side 22SAS in northern ireland
2. The fact that these aliens were staring straight at them would have been scary as hell
maybe you have first hand experiences. I don't know. Unfortunately, for the rest of us, they are not known to be real.
Originally posted by antar
reply to post by ZetaRediculian
They do indeed exist. Most intelligent people would not fire upon them nor experience a fight or flight response. Perhaps you could take your fear down a notch or two to get balanced in reality.
Its like arguing with a blind person that stars exist.
Originally posted by JayinAR
reply to post by ZetaRediculian
They were reported as aliens, hence the terminology.
Also, you seem to have simply overlooked some of my previous statements such as; "this is most likely bogus" and "the question should be whether the journalist was selling a completely false story".
You continue to say that these soldiers would have shot these guys in spite of the testimony of several folks here who have explained this isn't so.
Been trolling long? You aren't very good at it. Pretty boring, really.