Wikileaks: United Nations Investigate UFO Phenomenon

Date: 18 May 2015

Place: not mentioned.

On 18 May 2015, the polemical internet site Wikileaks.org released a series of secret documents that demonstrate that the United Nations are keen to investigate the existence of UFOs and extraterrestrial life.

According to an article published on 28 October 2016 by Lee Spiegel, writer and editor of the online news site The Huffington Post, “WikiLeaks posted more than half a million U.S. State Department diplomatic documents from 1978 detailing America’s interactions with countries all around the world”, the article stated. These interactions, it says, included “Grenada Prime Minister Eric Gairy’s efforts to organise a United Nations-based committee to research and investigate global UFO reports”.

In his writing, Mr Spiegel expresses that “many of the documents, written by American UN officials, indicated how closely they were monitoring Grenada’s UFO-related activities “.

“One document, from 18 November 1978, revealed my involvement in helping Grenada to produce a credible UFO presentation”, Mr Spiegel affirms.

“I had an opportunity in early 1978 to meet [Grenada’s Prime Minister] Gairy in New York to present an idea about how I thought the UN would pay attention to his UFO crusade”, he stated. “Through his ambassadors, I gave him a copy of a documentary record album, ‘UFOs: The Credibility Factor, that I produced for CBS Inc. in 1975”, he continued.

The writer explained that after this first meeting, he made efforts to bring the UFO issue to the United Nations, with the help of Mr Gairy. “Gairy and I met, and after I convinced him I could bring a very credible group of speakers to the UN, he agreed to sponsor my proposal”, he related. “Shortly after a handshake deal, he made me a temporary delegate-adviser of Grenada and the rest was, well, history”, he added.

According to another document from 24 November 1978, US Ambassador Richard Petree had an encounter with delegates from Grenada “to discuss their UFO resolution”. And, a few days after, on 08 December, another cable from the UN stated: “the General Assembly invites interested member states 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”.

However, all these activities unfortunately did not produce significant results, since Grenada’s Prime Minister was overthrown in 1979.

Nevertheless, Mr Spiegel is of the opinion that these actions show “how the subject of UFOs wasn’t merely officially ridiculed or slapped aside”. He believes that “there was, and perhaps still is, some interest there, just waiting to emerge”.

Draw your own conclusions…

For further information: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/wikileaks-ufos-united-nations_us_5813aa17e4b0390e69d0322e

WikiLeaks Documents Reveal United Nations Interest In UFOs

An international UFO committee almost became reality.

Revelations in a set of hacked emails released by WikiLeaks earlier this month have sparked new conversations about UFOs and speculation that extraterrestrials have been visiting Earth. But a very significant ― and possibly overlooked ― group of WikiLeaks items relevant to the topic was released on May 18, 2015.

WikiLeaks posted more than half a million U.S. State Department diplomatic documents from 1978 detailing America’s interactions with countries all around the world ― including Grenada Prime Minister Eric Gairy’s efforts to organize a United Nations-based committee to research and investigate global UFO reports.

Many of the documents, written by American UN officials, indicated how closely they were monitoring Grenada’s UFO-related activities.

One document, from Nov. 18, 1978, revealed my involvement in helping Grenada to produce a credible UFO presentation.

I had an opportunity in early 1978 to meet Gairy in New York to present an idea about how I thought the UN would pay attention to his UFO crusade. Through his ambassadors, I gave him a copy of a documentary record album, “UFOs: The Credibility Factor,” that I produced for CBS Inc. in 1975.

Gairy and I met, and after I convinced him I could bring a very credible group of speakers to the UN, he agreed to sponsor my proposal (see image below). Shortly after a handshake deal, he made me a temporary delegate-adviser of Grenada and the rest was, well, history.

Another cable posted on WikiLeaks, from Nov. 24, 1978, refers to Ambassador Richard Petree’s meeting with Grenada representatives “to discuss their UFO resolution. Ambassador Petree acknowledged the high level of interest in UFOs among some elements of the private sector and scientific community ... and pointed to the budgetary impact as a major concern of the U.S. and other countries.”

On Nov. 28, 1978, the day after our presentation at the UN, this document was sent through official channels, detailing the actual UFO event, describing what each of the invited scientific and military speakers had to say to the member nations.

A few days after that, on Dec. 2, 1978, a follow-up cable was transmitted, including the following:

Subsequent to the introduction of the Grenadian UFO resolution, Misoff [Mission Officer] has engaged in two separate informal negotiating sessions, which included representation from Austria, USSR and Grenada, in an attempt to arrive at a mutually acceptable compromise solution to the problem.

A draft decision to be taken by the Special Political Committee (SPC) has been agreed upon by the participants in the informal negotiations, subject to concurrence of their respective capitals. We think referral of the [UFO] matter to the Outer Space Committee (OSC) without a preordained mandate as to what action is to be taken, provides the flexibility the OSC needs to take whatever action it deems appropriate.

It will also obviate the need to vote on a resolution (and gamble on the results).

The following week brought forth another document, on Dec. 8, 1978, which stated:

“The General Assembly invites interested member states 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.”

It was further suggested that Grenada’s views on UFOs could be discussed in 1979. Unfortunately, that didn’t come to pass, as Grenada Prime Minister Gairy was overthrown in a 1979 coup.

Needless to say, without the Gairy-based initiative on UFOs, it was quietly relegated to Grenada’s back burner.

This is the tip of the UFO-UN iceberg. It shows how the subject of UFOs wasn’t merely officially ridiculed or slapped aside. There was, and perhaps still is, some interest there, just waiting to emerge.

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