British Politician Explains that His Real Mother is a Green Alien


Parkes as a child with his 9-foot real mother, a green alien.

It is possible for Orly Taitz and the birthers to appear sane. All that needs to be done is bring Simon Parkes into the discussion. Councillor Parkes represents a town in North Yorkshire, England, and he has a story to tell.

Parkes stated that his real mother is a 9-foot green alien. Apparently, Parkes first encountered his alien family prior to his birth and now recounts experiences from the age of a few months on up.

The Northern Echo reports on Parkes close encounters:

Councillor Simon Parkes, who was elected to represent Stakesby ward on Whitby Town Council last month, said although he has had hundreds of close encounters with extra-terrestrials, it will not interfere with his mission to help residents at the seaside resort.

Speaking on YouTube, Councillor Parkes said he first saw an alien at the age of eight months, when “a traditional kite-shaped face”, with huge eyes, tiny nostrils and a thin mouth appeared over his cot.

He said: “Two green stick things came in. I was aware of some movement over my head. I thought, ‘they’re not mummy’s hands, mummy’s hands are pink’.”

He added: “I was looking straight into its face. It enters my mind through my eyes and it sends a message down my optic nerve into my brain.

“It says ‘I am your real mother, I am your more important mother’.”

Apparently, cash-strapped Britain has overreached on its mental health budget cuts.

Parkes said that he never revealed the issue of his tall, green mother during the campaign because it “did not come up.”

Come to think of it, this also hasn’t come up during the Republican debates. Vetting candidates over their green alien mothers just hasn’t crossed the minds of the American media.

Listening to Parkes, it is clearly possible to appear completely rational and still be totally bonkers.

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