Saturday, May 8, 2010

Last Moment..! Alfred Webre writes to the White House about Aliens

How to prepare for ET contact? Russian president Medvedev faces same issues as 2010 Denver ET vote

May 5, 9:48 PMSeattle Exopolitics ExaminerAlfred Lambremont Webre

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - News Update:  Reporter Alfred Lambremont Webre is in Washington, DC for the X-Conference and to deliver a statement approved by the Hon. Paul Hellyer, former Minister of Defence of Canada and Dr. Carol Rosin, President of the Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS) at the press conference at the National Press Club on May 10, 2010.  Mr. Webre spoke on Friday May 7, 2010 with the White House Press office, which indicated it would forward his query for a formal answer to NASA.  Mr. Webre wrote:

"White House Press office
Robert Gibbs

"Dear Mr. Gibbs:

"I am writing for a comment by U.S. President Barack Obama on U.S. protocols for extraterrestrial contact.

"This issue is now a legitimate topic of commentary by President Obama following a request to Russian President Medvedev for protocols for extraterrestrial contact now that the President of the Kalmyk Republic, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov has made his contact with extraterrestrial representatives public on national Russian television and Liberal Democrat Party representative and state Duma deputy Andrei Lebedev has written to President Medvedev requesting a formal investigation and formal Russian Federation protocols for extraterrestrial contact by Russian officials or citizens.

My newspaper has covered this story here:
How to prepare for ET contact? Russian president Medvedev faces same issues as 2010 Denver ET vote

"Question: What are the Obama administration's plan's to issue public protocols for contact with extraterrestrials?   Are there plans for joint Obama-Medvedev discussions on the topic of protocols for extraterrestrial contact or disclosure?

"Thank you,  Alfred Webre" will keep you updated on the Obama administration's response.

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