- Part VIII of a series of investigative articles on the
Obama administration, the United Nations, and unidentified flying objects
(UFOs) and extraterrestrial life
- Less than a week after a senior U.N. official confirmed
that the U.N. Secretariat would hold a meeting on extraterrestrial policy
if it were requested by a U.N. member nation, Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton's State Dept. and U.N. Ambassador Susan E. Rice's offices will
not even discuss the matter on the record. On March 18, 2009, Juan Carlos
Brandt, U.N. Chief of Advocacy and Special Events stated to this reporter,
"If there is one (1) U.N. member state that would ask for a meeting
on extraterrestrials, it would take place."
- The office of the President of the 63rd U.N. General
Assembly (UNGA) Miguel D'Escoto Brockmann, the former Sandinista foreign
minister of Nicaragua (1979-90), also has confirmed to this reporter that
it would support any U.N. member nation calling for implementation of UNGA
Decision 33/426, which calls for coordination of research on "unidentified
flying objects (UFOs) and extraterrestrial life." On March 22, 2009,
a U.S. ally, the U.K. Ministry of Defence released over previously secret
files relating to UFOs and extraterrestrial life.
- On March 26, 2009, when reached by this reporter, neither
Hillary Clinton's nor Susan Rice's offices nor their spokespersons would
comment on the U.N. official's statements, or on U.S. plans to support
implementation of UNGA Decision 33/426.
- Continued at: http://www.examiner.com/x-2912-Seattle-Exopolitics-Examiner~