Declassified documents and scores of testimonies from retired military personnel, astronauts, pilots, politicians etc. demonstrate that very advanced and unknown aviation technology is present in our skies.
The UFO-technology belongs to somebody. Perhaps humans, an extraterrestrial civilisation or it could be more complicated. But who ever owns the technology it is reasonable to assume that it is not based on fossil fuels when its performance is taken into account.
The world is faced with massive environmental, humanitarian, and economic challenges. It is therefore necessary to raise the scientific and political awareness of the small percentage of strong UFO-cases that have not been explained. Could the UFO-technology be used to ameliorate the global problems?
Not a single Danish politician addresses the UFO-issue in public. Not a single Danish journalist makes inquiries into the Danish political system; e.g. who owns the extremely potent technology? Could the UFO-technology be used to stimulate growth in society? The Danish public is to a large extent uninformed about one of the biggest and most important issues in the history of mankind. Informed citizens is a cornerstone in a democracy.
On November 2, 2010 the voters in Denver unfortunately turned down the suggestion to create an extraterrestrial affairs commission. The Denver Post writes that 84% voted against the so-called "Initiative 300". Jeff Peckman from The Extra Campaign who is behind the initiative has allegedly expressed that the result was better than he had expected. However, the ballot initiative has created more awareness of the disclosure cause. Read more in The Denver Post. We filmed Jeff Peckman's presentation in Washington in 2009: Watch it here.