Paul Hellyer is accusing Cambridge professor Stephen Hawking of “spreading misinformation about extraterrestrial civilizations”
Liberal Life on Other Planets
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Is there life on other planets? Yes, there must be, because the Liberals are already beavering away to sign them up as voters.
On the weekend Alfred Lambremont Webre, the closest thing to a respected expert on “the intent of extraterrestrial civilizations toward humanity” wrote in an article as part of a continuing Examiner.com series that “former Canadian Minister of Defence, Paul Hellyer, believes that not only have extraterrestrials visited Earth, but they have also contributed positively to human technological advancement as was reported by Canada’s CTV News.”
It’s not that Hellyer believes in extraterrestrials that is the problem. It’s that he represents a group that is already trying to politicize them. From all I’ve read about ETs so far is that their superior intelligence would protect them against Canadian Libs and American Dems.
Back in 2005, Hellyer wanted to protect vulnerable space aliens against the military aggression of the United States under the then shoot-’em-up President George W. Bush.
“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,” Hellyer said in a University of Toronto public speech.
Hellyer worried that the Bush administration had “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.”
Now it’s round two and Hellyer is accusing Cambridge professor Stephen Hawking of “spreading misinformation about extraterrestrial civilizations”. In an interview Hellyer said, “I think Prof. Hawking is indulging in some pretty scary talk there that I would have hoped would not come from someone with such an established stature.”
“The reality is that they’ve (extraterrestrials) been visiting Earth for decades and probably millennia and have contributed considerably to our knowledge. Microchips, for example, fiber-optics, they are just two of the many things that allegedly—and probably for real—came from crashed vehicles.”
Lambremont Webre seems impressed that Hellyer “is the longest serving current member of the Privy Council, just ahead of Prince Phillip”.
“According to one source, the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada is the full group of personal consultants to the monarch of Canada on state and constitutional affairs, though responsible government requires the sovereign and/or her viceroy, the Governor General of Canada, to almost always only follow that advice tendered by the Cabinet—a Committee within the Privy Council composed of elected Members of Parliament”.
I wouldn’t be overly impressed with the Privy Council, Mr. Lambremont Webre, as anyone can get in. Canadian Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff made it to the list only last week when Prime Minister Stephen Harper did him the honour.
It’s not that life will likely be found on other planets that is the problem, it’s that earthling politicians from a certain political bent are already working on exploiting them.
When the day comes with pictures sent out worldwide by satellite showing the first colony of extraterrestrials, this is what we will see click here.
Paul Hellyer vs. Stephen Hawking: Will contact with ETs lead to space weaponization and space war?
This article is part of a continuing Examiner.com series on the intent of extraterrestrial civilizations toward humanity.
On May 2, 2010 former Canadian Minister of Defence Paul Hellyer, who is “is the longest serving current member of the Privy Council, just ahead of Prince Philip,” publicly defended extraterrestrial civilizations as he believes that not only have extraterrestrials visited Earth but they have also contributed positively to human technological advancement, as was reported by Canada’s CTV News.