BEIJING – U.N. Extraterrestrial experts have confirmed that aliens are setting up camps in the Gobi desert – and they are growing by the day.
Google Maps satellite spotted a series of structures during a sweep of the Gobi desert in China and alerted the United Nations. The U.N. sent a team of experts to examine the pictures, which were then passed on, and reviewed, by the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials. The structures are quite large – covering an area of 5-10 square miles.
Experts on the Panel have confirmed that the photos depict camps for the aliens that are part of the ongoing alien invasion. “These are clearly base camps for aliens from Planet Zeeba,” said Dr. John Malley, the head of the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials.
The alien invasion began in October 2010 and is expected to continue until 2015. Malley repeated that the Zeebans are peaceful aliens who are coming to our planet to help us deal with our growing political, social and environmental problems, “they are here to save our planet, to save humans,” said Malley.
The Zeebans, however, are not part of the alien attack that is predicted to occur on November 28th. “There are three alien spaceships heading to our planet – to attack us. These spaceships are from Planet Gootan.”
The base camps are being built near the borders of Gansu province and Xinjiang in northwestern China – an area that the superpower uses to build military, space and nuclear equipment. Some of the sites are less than 100 miles from Jiuquan, where China’s space program headquarters and launch pads can be found.
Every day, Google maps is finding more and more of these structures in the Gobi Desert. “The problem is that once the base camp is successfully set up, it becomes undetectable to human eyes,” said Dr. Banesh Bannerjee, an expert on alien base camps.