Denver’s ‘Initiative 300′ on the ballot: The ‘Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission’

From Tuscon Citizen

The people of Denver have a choice to make this November, since the government has failed once again.

Consider these words that helped to put Initiative 300 on the ballot:

“Since the U.S. Government continually refuses to openly and honestly deal with this matter and protect the health, safety and welfare of its citizens, we need to handle it at a more accessible and accountable level of government.”

This statement sounds like it came from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, doesn’t it? Nope, it came from Jeff Peckman. You might even think that Peckman and Brewer are talking about the same thing. Well, similarities can be drawn, but no, they are not.

While Brewer is focused on an invasion of illegal aliens from Mexico during election time, Peckman is fighting for preparedness for a possible invasion from outer space.

On November 2nd, voters in Denver will decide whether to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission. Peckman obtained more than enough valid signatures for this initiative to place it on the November ballot.

The Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission would consist of a seven person panel that would have many responsibilities, including:

  • Dealing with credible citizen reports of UFOs
  • Responsibly listening to, or documenting reports of, encounters or abductions regardless of the highly unusual and credible evidence
  • Referring such reports to private professional individuals and organizations that have dealt with such matters responsibly
  • Dealing with citizens that know of no place to turn for help on potentially traumatic experiences.

From Tuscon Citizen

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One response to “Denver’s ‘Initiative 300′ on the ballot: The ‘Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission’

  1. I think the only true way foreward is FULL E.T. DISCLOSURE ! THE EVIDENCE IS OVERWHELMING. The world is and has been cheated out of free energy for many decades, I think everyone should check out ZEITGEIST and THE VENUS PROJECT

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