This is very interesting!!!
Here is my rough translation from Flemish:
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev gave a life interview with 5 TV stations. The journalists asked questions about politics, pension, news laws, etc.
At the end of the broadcast, he laughed about President Putin who regularly comes late at appointments.
"Dear colleagues. People should be strictly on time. But somebody chooses to be late as often as possible".
Clearly Medvedev had not realized that the microphone was still on.
But after he disappears from the screen, the conversation gets really surrealistic.
http://www.demorgen.be/dm/nl/3825/Bu...e-wezens.dhtml“Together with the safe with nuclear codes, the President of this country receives a special map.
“This map contains ultra secret information on extra-terrestrial beings who visited our planet.
“He also receives a report about the top secret special units who keep control over the E.T. in our country.
“You can find detailed information on this subject in the well known movie 'Men in Black'.
“There are several movies about that.
“I will not tell how many E.T. beings there are among us, because that could cause a panic.”
Dmitry Medvedev has been caught making some unusual comments off-air after failing to realise television cameras were still rolling.
The Russian prime minister let his guard down after an interview with five Russian television stations - offering his strange views on Father Christmas and aliens as well as taking a pot shot at President Vladimir Putin and the federal police.
"I believe in Father Frost. But not too deeply. But anyway, you know, I'm not one of those people who are able to tell the kids that Father Frost does not exist," he said in a jovial reply to a question about Russia's equivalent of Santa Claus.
He went on to take a jab at Mr Putin for his frequent lateness for meetings after he was more than hour late for an event in southern Russia.
"Colleagues, somebody should be extremely punctual, while somebody else is exhausting all the limits for being late," he said.
The comments invited a satirical reaction on the Internet which is unlikely to help Mr Medvedev, whose power has been ebbing since Mr Putin took over as president.