reply to post by Illusionsaregrander
I would like to think we will get some glimpse of this video. I would hope Stan and Jeff would see the benefit of releasing something to the public.
As to the Draft Ballot Initiative To Create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission being weighed by Denver City Council, I'll say I'm not as hopeful
as I was before I read it.
What the Council has to decide to place this issue on the ballot is if:
1. The presence of extraterrestrial beings and extraterrestrial vehicles on Earth, and within Earth’s atmosphere, has been confirmed by credible
2. Much of this evidence has been known by United States presidents as early as President Roosevelt and as recently as President Clinton and both
3. Since at least 1947, the United States government has denied knowledge of this evidence thus placing the public and local governments at risk and a
4. The United States government has suppressed and withheld from the public, evidence of advanced clean energy and transportation technologies of
extraterrestrial origin that could prevent pollution and reduce use of fossil fuels;
5. The lack of public awareness about this evidence prevents responsible evaluation of potential risks and benefits for safety, health, education, and
cultural and economic development, for Denver residents in relation to potential interactions with extraterrestrial beings;
6. Denver’s emergency health and public safety personnel and the general public are not informed enough to distinguish between potentially helpful
and harmful extraterrestrial beings and are unprepared for contact or interactions with them;
7. There is enough credible evidence available, independent of the United States government, to adequately inform Denver residents and local
government about extraterrestrial affairs; and
8. The creation of an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission will provide a needed level of information about extraterrestrial affairs to government
personnel, residents and visitors in the City and County of Denver.
Denver City Council is being asked to say all this is true. And if they find it true, then they will place this question before the voters:
“Shall the voters for the City and County of Denver adopt an Initiated Ordinance to require the creation of an extraterrestrial affairs commission
to help ensure health, safety, education, and cultural and economic development for Denver residents in relation to potential interactions with
extraterrestrial beings, and fund such commission from grants, gifts and donations, and from not more than seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000)
annually from the City and County of Denver? Yes___ No___
As you can see, the Council could reject the proposal for any of the above reasons, without invalidating the video. It is also possible that various
Council members will make comments based on the video.
But all this leaves me wondering if Jeff Peckman might be willing to revise this proposal if it fails.