Although (or perhaps precisely because) we’re not a UFO site, unlike the mainstream media, all of whom are pointedly ignoring Jean-Claude Juncker’s recent statement to the EU Parliament concerning his discussions with alien leaders [sic], we think it right to inform the public of this aspect of the bizarre goings-on in Brussels, too.
The transcript at the European Union website is deliberately inaccurate. In the video above, Juncker is heard very clearly referring to “plusieurs des dirigeants d’autres planètes” — the only possible accurate translation of which is “several leaders of other planets.” The official transcript omits “d’autres planètes” and has him simply talking with “plusieurs des dirigeants,” the English equivalent of which phrase is “several executives”. [Aware of the possibility of a hoax, I have watched the video carefully to check whether the movement of Juncker’s lips corresponds with the audio of him saying “d’autres planètes”; I have not been able to detect any discrepancy between the visual and the auditory aspects of the speech.]
Here’s the full French transcript, followed by the English translation, of what Merkel’s protegé and EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said to the European Parliament on June 28 about aliens’ anxieties following the Brexit vote in the UK:
“Il faut savoir que ceux qui nous observent de loin, sont inquiets. J’ai vue et entendue et écouté plusieurs des dirigeants d’autres planètes. Ils sont très inquiets parce qu’ils s’interrogent sur la voie que l’union européenne vas poursuivre. Donc il faut rassurer et les européens et ceux qui nous observent de plus loin”
“You should know that those who observe us from afar, are worried. I have seen and heard and listened to several leaders of other planets. They are very worried because they’re wondering which way the European Union is going. So we have to reassure both the Europeans and those who observe us from further away.”
Perhaps the more recent media rumours of Merkel’s insistence that it’s time for Juncker to go may have something to do with this. As reported by EU Observer today,
An unnamed German minister told the paper that pressure for Juncker “to resign will only become greater and chancellor Merkel will eventually have to deal with this next year”.
“Juncker has time and again acted against the common interest and his reaction to the British referendum has been very damaging,” said the source.
We must admit to our readers that we have no information on what the aliens think of Berlin’s new attitude to Juncker, the man they communicate with.