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The first Prime Minister of my country (Grenada) believed in ETs/UFOs and presented his concern to the United Nations

 
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The first Prime Minister of my country (Grenada) believed in ETs/UFOs and presented his concern to the United Nations
From 1977 AP:

For the second time in two years, the Prime Minister of the West Indies island of Grenada, Sir Eric Gairy, is campaigning to get the UN to set up an agency to "collate, coordinate and corroborate information" on UFO's.

Earlier this week, Gairy was at the UN making his case again: "We've passed the stage now whether or not these things exist. I think it is accepted that these things do exist. I think we now want to know the nature, the origin and the intent of these saucers. Some people think they have come to do good. Some think they have come to dominate human beings."

He cited reported that aircraft have been put out of commission, but not destroyed, after attacking saucers. "That comfirms my thought on their positive intent. I believe they are coming here to help mankind because man is so self-destructive..."

It would be very conceited for man to think that he is the most intelligent of God's creatures. Sir Eric says he hes seen two UFO's in the last three years; the second time earlier this year from a hotel room in Grenada. "The time is going to come when everybody on Earth will have to pay attention to the UFO phenomenon."

Source: [link to www.ufoevidence.org]

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I do too. I wish it was more "know" and less "believe" tho.
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I do too. I wish it was more "know" and less "believe" tho.
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I think "belief" is the preparation for "knowing". We are being given clues, or pieces of the "puzzle", through conditioning, so that when the time comes we can piece the puzzle together. Its all about the experience.

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[link to www.ufodigest.com]

The official purpose of this meeting was to discuss the fact that on December 18, 1978, the United Nations General Assembly had voted to approve decision 33/426, inviting U.N. 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."

After a number of UFO sightings that were reported though out the island of Grenada, he put out the word that he wanted to talk to anyone that had any knowledge of UFOs or intelligent extraterrestrial life. From this search, a woman contacted him that claimed she had telepathic contact with extraterrestrials. She gave him the list of names of people he should contact for more information. When he mentioned that he wanted to learn as much as possible from me about the "Frequency Barrier," I knew Dr. Gairy was seriously trying to solve the UFO mystery.
Dr. Gairy went on to tell me that he always believed that UFOs were extraterrestrial space craft, but he had very little time to study the subject. The Grenada sightings force him give the subject his full attention. The question in his mind was: "What interest could any extraterrestrial race have in the island of Grenada?"
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"it was during a late evening at this night club that a fisherman from the north east coast of Grenada came to him with a story "that would change his life forever." With in minutes of hearing the fisherman's story, he put together a group of people he trusted, a small military unit with two trucks, and a photographer.

They followed the fisherman north and arrived at the coast just before dawn. There they met with two other fisherman who were standing guard over a tarp-covered object. The tarp was removed to reveal a giant human body that was between 7 1/2 to 8 feet in length.

One of the fisherman directed Dr. Gairy's attention to the fact that the body had six fingers on each hand. The body appeared to be of a white-skinned man with had long white braided hair. Sir Eric said the body appeared to be of a young man, who if compared to a man of normal size would have been in his early thirties.

The alien was dressed in a skin-tight 1-piece dark blue suit; the footwear was attached. This appearance first fooled the fisherman that found him to think that the body was that of a scuba diver that met with some misfortune. After a closer examination, they quickly realized that this was not a scuba diver from this world.

Dr. Gairy said that one could stretch the alien's suit to about two feet from the body. The weave did not separate. After releasing the material, it would slowly return to its original position on the body and during the course of it doing so, emitted a low audible "humming" sound.
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Today is Independence Day in Grenada. They played Eric Gairy's (RIP) independence speech on the radio a while ago which reminded of this.

By the way, my father knew him personally. My father then told me about all the things he had done and his conviction with the UFO phenomena. So I decided to research about it.
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"it was during a late evening at this night club that a fisherman from the north east coast of Grenada came to him with a story "that would change his life forever." With in minutes of hearing the fisherman's story, he put together a group of people he trusted, a small military unit with two trucks, and a photographer.

They followed the fisherman north and arrived at the coast just before dawn. There they met with two other fisherman who were standing guard over a tarp-covered object. The tarp was removed to reveal a giant human body that was between 7 1/2 to 8 feet in length.

One of the fisherman directed Dr. Gairy's attention to the fact that the body had six fingers on each hand. The body appeared to be of a white-skinned man with had long white braided hair. Sir Eric said the body appeared to be of a young man, who if compared to a man of normal size would have been in his early thirties.

The alien was dressed in a skin-tight 1-piece dark blue suit; the footwear was attached. This appearance first fooled the fisherman that found him to think that the body was that of a scuba diver that met with some misfortune. After a closer examination, they quickly realized that this was not a scuba diver from this world.

Dr. Gairy said that one could stretch the alien's suit to about two feet from the body. The weave did not separate. After releasing the material, it would slowly return to its original position on the body and during the course of it doing so, emitted a low audible "humming" sound.
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