X-Zone Radio: The Canadian Exopolitics Initiative - Rob McConnell & Alfred Webre
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TOPIC: An Update on The Canadian Exopolitics Initiative for public hearings on diplomatic relations with Ethical, advanced Extraterrestrial Civilizations.
GUEST: ALFRED LAMBREMONT WEBRE, JD, MEd, International Director of the Instititute for Cooperation in Space and author of EXOPOLITICS: POLITICS, GOVERNMENT AND LAW IN THE UNIVERSE.
HOSTS: Rob McConnell.
CANADIAN EXOPOLITICS INITIATIVE
Sample Letter - January 2006
The Institute for Cooperation in Space
Hon. Jack Layton
New Democratic Party
300 - 279 Laurier West
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5J9
6 January 2006
Dear Mr. Layton
Canadian Leadership in Space Technologies Initiatives
Canada has assumed an international leadership role in the development of space age and energy technologies. The CF-105 Avro Arrow broke all international standards of aerodynamics with the sophisticated Orenda propulsion system that quite literally brought the Avro Arrow, a conventional aircraft, to the brink of space during test flights. The Avro Arrow was indeed the precursor to current shuttle design and technologies.
Currently the Canada Arm’s proficiency has enabled shuttle missions to perform with incredible efficiency in earth orbit and builds upon a technology that may one day assist in the exploration of space.
The time has again arrived for Canada to step forward to carry on its space and energy legacy. How will this be achieved?
Solution: The Canadian Exopolitics Initiative
As you know, the former Minister of Defense of Canada under Nobel Laureate Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, the Hon. Paul Hellyer, has recently made a public statement regarding Canadian National Security and Defense.
This public policy statement has attracted documented, international unprecedented media attention. By last count, that statement has been covered in mainstream media in Canada (The Globe & Mail, The National Post, The Edmonton Sun), USA (MSNBC, FOX TV NEWS), Italy (LA STAMPA), and has been accessed by more than 577,000 registered journalists world-wide and 250,000 registered media outlets world-wide.
On September 25, 2005, at Convocation Hall, University of Toronto (Toronto Exopolitics Symposium) Mr. Hellyer stated:
"UFOs, are as real as the airplanes that fly over your head,"
Former Minister of Defense Hellyer went on to state: "The time has come to lift the veil of secrecy, and let the truth emerge, so there can be a real and informed debate, about one of the most important problems facing our planet today."
Mr. Hellyer stated the Canadian people may be threatened with the consequences of war in outer space over our sovereign territory: "The United States military are preparing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning."
He also expressed apprehension, saying: "I'm so concerned about what the consequences might be of starting an intergalactic war, that I just think I had to say something."
Canada: A Decade of Contact
Our 3 Non-Governmental Organizations have joined with former Minister of Defense Paul Hellyer in calling for public hearings in the Canadian Parliament on this issue, and Canadian public funding of a Decade of Contact: basic research and public education as well.
We therefore propose:
A Decade of Contact - The Government of Canada will undertake a 10 year development of formal, funded process of public education, scientific research, educational curricula development and implementation, strategic planning, community activity, and public outreach concerning our terrestrial society’s full cultural, political, social, legal, and governmental communication and public interest diplomacy with advanced, ethical Off-Planet cultures now visiting Earth.
The Canadian Exopolitical Initiative is able to provide Canadian government officials with scientific, military and space age experts who will provide data on entirely renewable, sustainable and environmentally friendly energy, technology and propulsion systems that will render current global reliance on fossil fuels and nuclear energy redundant.
Expert witnesses will outline these matters in a clear and unequivocal manner.
Thus, it is essential that the enclosed DVD be reviewed thoroughly and with circumspect acuity. It contains highly evidential material; government, scientific and military witness testimony that describes information about:
a) The existence of an extraterrestrial presence on Earth,
b) Military, Air Traffic Control and other government files and memoranda on first hand craft sightings, radar tracking and retrievals,
c) Exotic energy resources that will displace fossil fuels,
d) The geo-political implications of this extraterrestrial presence and the associated forms of renewable energy that will revolutionize the future environmental sustainability of the planet, and
e) Early accounts of preparations for the weaponization of space.
After viewing and considering the evidential material contained in the DVD package, it will become apparent that significant governmental measures will have to be taken to initiate investigation of this issue.
It is therefore incumbent on the Parliament and Government of Canada to address these space age issues by holding Parliamentary hearings to review the incontrovertible and evidential nature of this material and enlist the capacity of the Canadian Exopolitical Initiative to provide the expert witness testimony indicated on the enclosed DVD resource material.
We enclose for your review a DVD of the Briefing Document and Executive Summary with best cases, U.S. Government documents and direct U.S. government and military-intelligence witness testimony of representatives of intelligent, advanced Extraterrestrial civilizations interacting with humanity at this time.
DISCLOSURE PROJECT DVD CONTENTS
♣ Two hour Disclosure Witness testimony segments
♣ Witness Biographical Summaries
♣ Briefing Documents (500 pages)
♣ Executive Summary (102 pages)
♣ Additional supplemental material.
Furthermore we are writing to request the following:
Party Policy - We request that the New Democratic Party adopt the Decade of Contact proposal as official policy for the Government of Canada.
Election Briefing - If feasible, we are available to deliver a briefing on this issue for you and your staff during the current Federal Campaign.
Post January 23, 2006 Federal Election - We request the opportunity for the Hon. Paul Hellyer, former Minister of Defense, together with the high-ranking U.S. and Canadian military-intelligence witnesses, experts in space age renewable and environmentally friendly energy systems to brief you and your officials on this issue so that the Government of Canada can begin to develop its public policy on this File in an orderly way.
Canada has always taken a leadership role and is respected for its proactive position on matters of peace and international co-operation. Canada’s position on the issues outlined above will set an international standard and the development of a worldwide dialogue on the compelling policy implications that, before long will challenge all nations.
Canada should initiate a Decade of Contact, of public education and research on the advanced, ethical Extraterrestrial Presence, and on new breakthroughs in energy and vital science and technology that will transform human civilization, eliminate the need for war and poverty, and usher in an era of unprecedented abundance for humanity.
Analysis of the Briefing Document and Executive Summary will clearly set the stage for your investigation.
We sincerely trust that these requests and support documents will receive careful attention and consideration by you and senior policy advisors.
If there is any need for immediate clarification regarding the requests above or about the Briefing Document and Executive Summary, please do not hesitate to contact me.
I will be contacting your office to follow up on these requests.
Victor Viggiani, B.A. M.Ed.
Toronto Exopolitics Symposium
582 Drymen Cres.
Dr. Steven Greer
The Disclosure Project
PO Box 265
Crozet VA 22932 USA
Alfred Lambremont Webre, J.D., M.Ed.
ICIS-Institute for Cooperation in Space
3339 West 41 Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6N3E5 CANADA
cc. Hon. Paul Hellyer
Ignatieff against Canadian role in U.S. missile defence plan
CanWest News Service; Ottawa Citizen
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
OTTAWA - Liberal leadership front-runner Michael Ignatieff said Monday he is opposed to Canadian participation in the U.S. ballistic missile defence program.
Bob Rae, Ignatieff's closest rival, appeared to endorse the status quo, saying through a spokesman that ''missile defence talks should not be a priority for the government at this time.''
And Montreal MP Stephane Dion, one of two other top contenders, said it would be a ''tragedy'' to spend billions of dollars on an anti-missile program that may not work and ''and I don't want to be associated with it.''
The leadership candidates were reacting to a call by Frank McKenna, former ambassador to the U.S. and one-time New Brunswick premier, for the Liberal party to reconsider its opposition to ballistic missile defence in the wake of North Korea's nuclear test. McKenna's recommendation was welcomed by Colin Kenny, Liberal chair of the Senate defence committee, which recently released a report urging the government to sign on to the missile defence program.
McKenna said in a discussion paper Canada should not be a ''free rider'' on the United States. He recommended Liberals revisit the decision by former prime minister Paul Martin to renege on Canada's expected participation in the program in 2005.
''I do not support ballistic missile defence or the weaponization of space,'' Ignatieff, a freshman Toronto MP, said Monday in a statement to CanWest News Service.
''We should not participate in these measures. Canada must continue to work with our international partners and allies to ensure that our sovereignty is respected and that our national interests are represented in any multilateral discussions regarding continental security.''
Dion welcomed Ignatieff's statement, saying he had understood since Ignatieff's speech to the 2005 Liberal biennial convention that he favoured Canadian participation.
In that speech, Ignatieff noted that the Martin government's recently announced decision not to join the U.S. in developing the missile shield had proved popular within the party, but warned that ''We need to balance a principled opposition to the weaponization of space with an equally principled commitment to participate in North American defense now.
''We do not want our decisions to fracture the command system of North American defense. And we do not want a principled decision, that is, the decision to resist the militarization of space, to result, without our intending it, in having less control over our national sovereignty. We can't afford ... we can't walk away from the table. We must be there at the table, defending what only we can defend.''
On Monday, Alicia Johnston, a spokesperson for Ignatieff, said that his call for a commitment to North American defence in the 2005 speech was a reference, not to ballistic missile defence, but to ''support for the continuation of Canada's current role in NORAD and alongside our international partners and allies.''
Rae's comment that talks on the matter should not be a current government priority appeared to endorse the status quo. Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who has promised a free vote in the Commons should negotiations take place, said in the summer that he was not reopening the issue.
''The Americans are not going to make the offer (for Canada to participate) again until they are sure the answer is going to be yes,'' Kenny said in an interview. ''Either you have to have a majority government, be it Liberal or Conservative, or you have to have a public agreement by both of the major parties that they have sufficient votes between them to carry the day, or the Americans simply won't go there.''
Gerard Kennedy, fourth-ranking candidate in the leadership race, declined comment until he has had time to study McKenna's submission.
EDS: ADDS quote from Alicia Johnston, a spokesperson forIgnatieff, on the 2005 speech.
© CanWest News Service 2006
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