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Canadians have cowboy George W. taking potshots at space aliens

By Judi McLeod
Monday, November 28, 2005

Having blamed him for just about everything else, some Canadian Liberals now have President George W. Bush taking pot shots at space aliens.

Canada, whose September 11, 2001 Prime Minister blamed the west and the U.S. in particular for the terrorist attacks, is being coaxed by a former Canadian Minister of Defence and Deputy Prime Minister to protect vulnerable space aliens against the military aggression of the United States.

Both former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien and one-time Deputy Prime Minister Paul Hellyer were in the cabinet of the late Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau.

A long line of Canadian Liberal prime ministers has been against American militarism, but Hellyer is the first to charge that Americans may drag us into an intergalactic war.

" The United States military are preparing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning," says Hellyer.

Blame it all on the Bush administration, which Hellyer says has "finally agreed to build a forward base on the moon, which will put them in a better position to keep track of the goings and comings of the visitors from space, and to shoot at them if they so decide."

Not much happened when Hellyer announced in a public speech at the University of Toronto last September that "UFOs are as real as the airplanes that fly over your head."

But Since the U of T speech, Hellyer has joined forces with three Non-governmental organizations to ask the Parliament of Canada to hold public hearings on a new kind of politics–Exopolitics, the kind that stars ETs.

Canada's Defence Minister from 1963-67 under Prime Minister Lester Pearson, Hellyer rose to Deputy Prime Minister under Prime Minister Trudeau.

For those wondering why Hellyer would wait 42 years to let the world in on UFOs as "real as the airplanes that fly over your head", it was classified information.

"The secrecy involved in all matters pertaining to the Roswell incident was unparalleled, The classification was, from the outset, above top secret, so the vast majority of U.S. officials and politicians, let alone a mere allied minister of defence, were never in the loop," Hellyer told the Toronto audience.

The three Non-governmental organizations that joined Hellyer's team have already approached Canadian Parliament to get the UFO debate out into the public spectrum. They include Canada-based Toronto Exopolitics Symposium, which brought Hellyer to the U of T for his September speech.

The Vancouver-based Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS), whose International Director undertook a 1977 Extraterrestrial Communication Study for the White House when Jimmy Carter was president, is also back knocking on the door of Canadian Parliament.

The Canadian Exopolitics Initiative, presented by the lobbying organizations to a Senate Committee panel hearing in Winnipeg last March, is proposing that the Government of Canada undertake a "Decade of Contact".

The proposed Decade of Contact is "a 10-year process of formal, funded public education, scientific research, educational curricula development and implementation, strategic planning, community activity, and public outreach concerning our terrestrial society's full cultural, political, social, legal and governmental communication and public interest diplomacy with advanced, ethical Off-Planet cultures now visiting Earth."

No one is saying what the unethical Off-Planet cultures are doing.

As far as is known neither the United Nations nor the European Union is in on the Decade of Contact act. But as both have fingers in every earthly pie, it's only a matter of time.

Meanwhile, there are those who find it difficult to believe that extraterrestrials exist on the basis that if they did, the Canadian Liberal government would have imported then as immigrants by now.

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