The Canadian Prime Minister has set off a firestorm of debate and speculation with his controversial request for the United States to shoot down an unidentified flying object over the Yukon.
The Prime Minister defended his position, saying that it was necessary to protect the Canadian people from any potential harm the UFO may have caused.
Experts, however, have raised eyebrows at the Prime Minister’s decision, suggesting that it might be an anti-gun statement.
“It’s a bit odd that the Prime Minister would choose to shoot down a UFO, rather than simply observing it or attempting to make contact,” said one professor of international relations at the University of Toronto.
“It’s almost like he’s trying to make a statement about guns and their use in international affairs, especially when you consider that the UFO was in Canadian airspace.”
The Prime Minister has yet to publicly comment on the speculation, but the incident has sparked a debate about the use of guns and other weapons in defense of one’s nation.
In the meantime, the Prime Minister’s request has caused some tension between Canada and the United States, with both countries now on high alert for any further suspicious activity.
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