Citizens aim over heads of ‘Feds’ for extraterrestrial UFO disclosure

Jeff Peckman
Denver UFO Examiner

March 23, 4:37 PM

The citizen ballot initiative to disclose UFO “X-files” is starting again in Denver. Jeff Peckman of the Extra Campaign, filed a draft of the proposed ordinance, to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission, at the Denver City and County building on March 20. The local commission is viewed by some as potentially more effective than the U.S. government in achieving disclosure of evidence about UFOs and extraterrestrial visitors to Earth.

The new draft is a revision of a similar petition approved for circulation in September 2008. That petition was put on hold after Barack Obama was elected President of the United States. A number of key people in the Obama administration have publicly endorsed the release of the government’s UFO ‘X-files’. For that reason, signature gathering for the petition was suspended. Disclosure advocates hoped that transparency and openness, advocated by President Obama, would result in disclosure of UFO ‘X-files’.

However, the lack of visible interest in UFO disclosure from the Obama administration has prompted restarting the Denver initiative. The new strategy is to appeal to a higher power – the power of the People. There is increasing support for citizens to take on the task of briefing the public directly about extraterrestrial UFO evidence. In fact, there is a growing belief that the Federal government is not even competent to perform the task even if it becomes willing.

James Madison, America’s fourth President stated, “The People are the only legitimate fountain of power…”. Disclosure of extraterrestrial UFO evidence by the People, to the People, for the People, might well be the only reliable way to get the job done. It is expected that disclosure advocates in other cities will use the same strategy and add to the momentum of the grassroots effort.

Citizen ballot initiatives and other grassroots efforts to disclose UFO evidence are among the topics to be discussed at X-Conference 2009 April 17-19 in Gaithersburg, MD. The event includes a press conference on April 20 at the National Press Club.

A mandatory discussion of the draft ballot initiative will be held at the Denver City and County Building , 1437 Bannock Street, on April 8 at 2:00 p.m. in Room 391. The meeting is open to the public.

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