Nonetheless the idea having been discussed for quite some time may in fact have brought a great deal of publicity to the subject and started many Denver residents and others thinking about the possibility of extraterrestrial life. In that respect it may have served a wider purpose.
Seattle Exopolitics Examiner, November 3rd, 2010, http://www.examiner.com/exopolitics-in-seattle/et-go-home-vote-outcome-not-helpful-to-et-plan-to-cleanse-earth-s-environment
‘ET GO HOME’ vote outcome not helpful to ET plan to cleanse Earth’s environment
The outright rejection by Denver, CO. voters of Initiative 300 to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission by a projected 83 ‘no’ – 17 % ‘yes’ can reasonably read as a referendum by a representative sample of informed urban humanity on whether humanity wishes to establish rational interactive protocol-based relations with intelligent civilizations that are now not only visiting Earth, but concerned about the viability of our terrestrial ecology.
According to press reports, ´´The … proposal, which was defeated soundly during midterm voting, would have allowed residents to post their observations on Denver’s city website and report sightings. Early results showed that Denver residents voted 106,776 to 20,162 against the proposal.
Jeff Peckman, who originally proposed the measure, said that the government was already tracking alien sightings but refused to make the reports public. Mr Peckman is a meditation instructor and promoter of new technology, including something he says reduces the “chaos of electromagnetic fields.” Mr Peckman claimed that the measure, known as the Denver initiative 300, had failed because opponents had greatly inflated the commission’s projected cost. He had said that the plan wouldn’t cost taxpayers any money and would be funded through grants, gifts and donations. The commission, staffed by astrobiologists and other PhD scientists, would have been charged with dealing with credible UFO reports, listening to and documenting reporting of encounters and abductions, among other responsibilities.´´
The Colorado Vote: Our immediate future (2011-15)
If the results of the Nov. 2, 2010 vote by the population of Denver, CO. are a true indication of the attitude of representative sample of the human population toward other intelligent civilizations in the multi-verse, then the implications for the human population and for the future of our biosphere and our planetary ecology may be severe.
The reason? The Denver, Colorado vote functionally represents a rejection by humanity of the opportunity to become interactively, consciously, and proactively involved in a reported positive plan by intelligent civilizations to intervene by 2015 to cleanse Earth’s atmosphere of excessive CO2, before inevitable collapse of the planetary ecology occurs.
Dispatch from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where Alfred Lambremont Webre is speaking as part of an ‘Intelligent Civilizations in the Multi-verse’ world lecture tour.