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Real aliens

Simon Hazelman, Savusavu
Saturday, January 27, 2018

WHILE advancement in science and technology is allowing us to look way back in time and far out into the cosmos, recent findings have brought about questions of extra terrestrial involvement on Earth.

With the way in which we go about disregarding and destroying our planet and each other, it is not hard to conclude the possibility that we are actually the extra terrestrials.

The more we look at it the more we come to realise that we must be the aliens!

Aliens of different forms, languages and beliefs, each having his own set of rules and regulations. Aliens that can't get on!

We couldn't be of this planet because of the way we are disrespecting it and ill treating each other.

We have got to have come from somewhere else, Somewhere where we learnt selfish, unjust and immoral habits!

We are indeed the real aliens!








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