The EU commission president just said he is in contact with extraterrestrials.

The EU commission president just said he is in contact with extraterrestrials. During a speech on the 28th of June in the European Parliament in Brussels, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker started freaking people out when he explained that he had been meeting with several “leaders of other planets” and that they were worried about the “path the European Union will pursue.”

The speech was made in an attempt to put at ease “those who observe us from far away.”

Was he drunk?  It doesn’t seem like it.

Maybe he was fucking with people.

Juncker has been known to go off the deep end, at one point during a EU-Eastern Partnership summit in Latvia on May 21st, 2015, he was filmed visibly intoxicated, kissing and slapping leaders of European nations.

Here are his recent statements on the interplanetary leadership

Juncker’s speech was given on June 28 at an emergency meeting in Brussels by the European Parliament. Here is what he said in French along with the English translation:

“Il faut savoir que ceux qui nous observent de loin sont très inquiets. J’ai vu et entendu et écouté plusieurs des dirigeants d’autres planètes qui sont très inquiets puisqu’ils s’interrogent sur la voie que l’union européenne va poursuivre. Et donc, if faut rassurer, et les européens, et ceux qui nous observent de plus… loin.”

“It should be known that those who observe us from afar are very worried. I met and heard and listened to several of the leaders from other planets who are very concerned because they question the path the European Union will engage on. And so, a soothing is needed for both the Europeans and those who observe us from … farther away.”

Maybe he meant the other leaders of this planet?  Perhaps his words got marred, or he was stressed, or tired, and misspoke.

He did, however, mention leaders of other planets and his interaction with them.  Is he tight with aliens?

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