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Monument to Fighters Against Fascism to be Demolished for the Sake of UFO in Molyobka
16.07.2012 13:50
Monument to Fighters Against Fascism to be Demolished for the Sake of UFO in Molyobka

A monument to victims of World War II is planned to be demolished today in the anomalous Molyobka Village of the Kishert District, Perm Territory.
      
      This decision initiated by administration of the Kishert District has been approved at the meeting of the village dwellers.
      
      - The monument to victims of the Great Patriotic War does not fit into the strategy of tourism development in the anomalous zone of the Molyobka Village, and therefore according to the decision of district authorities a monument to the alien ought to be set up instead of it, - Vladimir Zarembo, the first secretary of Kishert Region of the Perm Territory reported.
      
      It should be noted that about 250 people live in the village of Molyobka. At the meeting that approved the decision to bring down the monument there were only about 10 villagers present. It is also known that the so-called Molyobka Triangle already has an UFO monument set up last year.
      
      Source:
      perm.aif.ru
      properm.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Perm Territory Molyobka Fascism World War II Aliens 

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