World business leaders told flying saucers are real & extraterrestri

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2011-01-27 10:42:09

Attachments : news.exopoliticsinst… World business leaders told flying saucers are real & extraterrestrials exist January 25, 2011 Michael E. Salla, Ph.D. Graphic summary of GCF discussions by Sunni Brown reveals prominence of ET contact and new energy systems. At five thousand dollars a ticket, some business leaders got more than they bargained for when they attended the first day of the Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF) being held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. They were told flying saucers are real, and they had better start thinking about the business implications of extraterrestrial life and technologies. Convened each year by the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority, the GCF brings together business and political leaders to discuss ways of promoting business competitiveness. For the first time at its annual conference, the GCF held a panel discussing UFOs and extraterrestrial life. Titled “Learning from Outer Space” the panel comprised five speakers who all endorsed the view that extraterrestrial life is real, and has many implications for the world as we know it. The panel was held on January 23, and was a “main plenary” session meaning all GCF participants were able to attend and hear what the experts had to say about UFOs and extraterrestrial life. Up to 1000 participants included business and political elites such as former British and Canadian Prime Ministers, Tony Blair and Jean Chretien; Jim Albaugh, President and CEO of Boeing; Andy Bird, chairman of Walt Disney International; Jared Cohen, Director of Google ideas, and many others. The advice they got was that the issue of extraterrestrial life is real, and they better start paying attention to the business implications. Here’s how the GCF summarized the panel presentations on its website: Learning from Outer Space – PanelThe unconventional and highly relevant topic of extraterrestrial life forms was addressed by yesterday’s panel discussion “Contact: Learning from Outer Space”. Experts Zoaghloul El-Naggar, Stanton Friedman, Michio Kaku, Nick Pope and Jacques Vallee made compelling cases for the existence of living beings elsewhere in the galaxy, drawing upon empirical evidence, religious theology and logical reasoning.Mr. Friedman opened his remarks with a bold statement, “Flying saucers are real!” and this summed up the perspective of the panel members. Mr. Pope explored the potential business implications of outer space, such as the profitability of alien branding or sponsorship.While El-Naggar was also convinced of their existence, he raised the interesting point that it may not be ethical to spend resources trying to contact alien societies when we still face war and poverty in our own society.Mr. Vallee encouraged more academics to analyze the evidence. However, on behalf of his successful Venture Capital fund, he said, “We are not ready to invest in this type of research, but we think that somebody should.” The 2011 GCF conference panel on Outer Space has opened the door for world business leaders to seriously consider the implications of evidence concerning UFOs and extraterrestrial life. A graphic summarizing GCF discussions by artist, Sunni Brown (top right), reveals the prominence given to issues of extraterrestrial contact and the overwhelming changes new energies will bring to humanity. Business leaders are poised to do what political leaders have so far failed to do – proactively deal with compelling evidence that we are being visited by galactic civilizations who have advanced technologies to share with humanity. Further Reading: World business leaders to discuss UFOs & extraterrestrial life Scientists endorse study of societal consequences of extraterrestrial life Mystery behind initial report of UN Liaison for Extraterrestrial First Contact Princeton University astrobiology certificate explores potential for extraterrestrial life Stephen Hawking launches exopolitics debate © Copyright 2011. Michael E. Salla. Permission is granted to include extracts of this article on websites and email lists with a link to the original. This article is copyright © and should not be added in its entirety on other websites or email lists without author’s permission. For permission please contact: drsalla@exopolitics….(Visited 32,854 times, 22,862 visits today)  Tweet This Post Tags: extraterrestrial life, Saudi Arabia, UFOs This entry was posted on January 25, 2011 at 7:06 am and is filed under Articles, Breaking News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. 4 Responses to World business leaders told flying saucers are real & extraterrestrials exist harv on January 26, 2011 at 2:15 am As an abductee from many decades ago and close follower of UFOs, black triangles and the like, I find it somewhat humorous that the pres. and CEO of Boeing was in attendence. Doesn’t everybody know that Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Northrup have the lock on the triangles. Of course, they will start commercially selling those things any day. Just as soon as they are acknowledged as being our craft. But there remains that thorny problem of how we obtained that technology. But as we see with this article, the topic is slipping more and more into legitimate business and discussions. Jiggs on January 26, 2011 at 4:39 am They’ve got to be kidding. “Branding” ET? That’s just what we need, turn over ET technology and merchandising to the same greedy, lying fuc*ers who’ve been cheating and lying to us all along. If this is the kind of “progressive thinking” going on at Exopolitics they can go to hell. Let’s hope ET’s smarter and more discerning than we are. $5,000 a plate dinners. Sickening, whorish, and predictable. bergermb on January 26, 2011 at 11:46 am The mercenary approach is too bad. On the other hand, it’s good news in this sense: when the most mercenary elements calculate their benefit on the basis of a certain paradigm, you can be sure that paradigm is bound to become common sense. Same way with insurance companies embracing the reality of climate change in their calculations. They’re not tree-hugging environmentalists, but their endorsement validates the environmentalist take on global warming. Same thing here: when the businessmen hedge their bets toward disclosure and engagement with ETs, that’s a sign that the idea will become conventional. DC_Agar on January 26, 2011 at 6:15 pm There are already companies that know all about the alien thing. I know of one electronics manufacturer that is named after an alien planet and nobody seems to know it. But sure enough, I was given the planet name in a contactee experience years back and the company with the same name had new-agey slogans on its packaging that made the connection clear.   Are you interested in what’s really going on in the world, behind the facade? Then…www.checktheevidence… happened on 9/11?    

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