Ufos a Decade of Contact

The United Nations General Assembly agreed in 2005 to a resolution to establish a Decade of Contact and diplomatic relations with extraterrestrials. While this sounds encouraging, little has been done since then.

On Dec. 18, 1978, the UN voted to “take appropriate steps to coordinate on a national level scientific research and investigation into extraterrestrial life, including unidentified flying objects, and to inform the Secretary-General of the observations, research and evaluation of such activities.”

Then U.S. Pres. Jimmy Carter supported the decision, as Carter had his own encounter with a UFO in October 1969 while in the company of 10 members of the Leary, Georgia Lion’s Club.

On Sept. 25,2005, former Canadian Defence Minister, the Hon. Paul Hellyer requested that the Canadian Parliament hold hearings on the issue of relations with extraterrestrial civilizations. At an Exopolitics Symposium on that date in Toronto, he stated:

“UFOs are as real as the airplanes that fly over your head. The United States military (is) preparing weapons, which could be used against the aliens and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning. 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.”

Naturally, Mr. Hellyer supported the UN decision saying a Decade of Contact could spell “an era of openness, public hearings, public funded research and education about extraterrestrial reality. That could just be the antidote the world needs to end its greed-driven, power-centered madness.”

Then on Dec. 16, 2006, a UN Resolution was passed to establish the Decade of Contact and was formally sent to incoming General Assembly Pres. H.E. Jan Eliasson of Sweden by the Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS).

The Decade of Contact has four primary objectives including:

1) Government disclosure related to any extraterrestrial presence.

2) Public funding of a 10-year process of public education and research on the subject.

3) A permanent ban on all space-based weapons and warfare in space through a Space Preservation Treaty Conference.

4) UN diplomacy with off-planet cultures now visiting earth.

However, the last time a UN vote was held on the issue of space-based weapons, Israel, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia and the United States voted against it. One has to ask why? Is the U.S. so fearful of an alien takeover that they want to be prepared or are they simply staking their territory just in case? It is certainly time we knew!

According to The Disclosure Project, a U.S.-based, non-profit organization numerous high level military, intelligence, governmental and private sector witnesses have come forward to share their experiences and evidence about advanced extraterrestrial civilizations. As well, military-intelligence spying technology called “remote viewing,” which was originally developed at Stanford Research Institute in the mid-70s has confirmed their presence on Earth.

So far, Brazil, France and a few other nations have opened up their case files on UFOs and extraterrestrials and one would think that things are progressing. Unfortunately, they are not. Canada has still not released its info, nor has the United States and as far as I know, Britain hasn’t done so either.

Here are a few links that you might want to access:

CONTACT: Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS)


Non-Governmental Organizations, Toronto, Canada

Dr. Steven Greer, The Disclosure Project


UN General Assembly


UN General Assembly 2006 Report