the majority of people polled, or 80 percent, don't believe aliens in our midst. "It would appear that that there's a modest correlation between the most populated countries and those more likely to indicate there may be aliens disguised amongst them compared with those countries with the smaller populations," said John Wright, Senior Vice President of market research firm Ipsos.http://www.eitb.com/news/life/detail/39 ... ed-humans/
"Maybe the it's a simple case that in a less populated country you are more likely to know your next door neighbour better," he said.
More men than women -- 22 percent vs 17 percent believe that alien beings are on earth.
Most of those believers are under the age of 35, and across all income classes, the survey showed. Of those who do not believe, most are women
"Eternal vigilance is required and there have to be people who step up to the plate, who believe in liberty, and who are willing to fight for it."
Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views.
-William F. Buckley, Jr.
Americans have the most to lose from a terrorist attack. Foreigners don't. Think of it as a large corporation.
You're going to hell with fire and brimstone if you don't get on board with the plan.