Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, has quite some achievements to his resume. And being the longest-serving head of any European government is just one of them. Known and notorious for his awkward speeches, the man made some real strange statements during a meeting on the 28th of July this year.
The alien whisperer himself.
“You need to know that those who observe us from afar are worried,” he said. “I have have seen, listened and heard many leaders of other planets and they are very worried because they wonder about the course the EU will follow. So we have to reassure both the Europeans and those who observe us from afar.”
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The speech was made in the wake of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union and its aftermath. Almost instantly conspiracy theorists all over the world jumped to their feet. People online started deciphering the man’s words with extreme attention and concern, interpreting each word and syllable.
But a majority of people have refuted the words citing slight differences between his speech and the translation. But despite becoming a viral hit on websites, many are just scoffing the alien talk as merely a slip of the tongue. And many are just treating it as a drunk man’s statements.
The reason being that Mr.Juckner has, on more than one occasion, shocked people by his behavior. This includes lightly slapping world leaders during a press conference.
And even calling the Hungarian Prime Minister a dictator.
The man’s well known for his informal style of interaction with people, especially Nigel Farage, having overseen the Euro financial meltdown and the Union disintegrate. For what it’s worth, maybe he was just trying to divert the world’s attention away from the turbulent exit of Britain. Even if it meant saying something totally absurd and out of this word. Literally.
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