Summary: For the second time in two years, the Prime Minister of the West Indies island of Grenada, Sin Eric Gairy, is campaigning to get the UN to set up an agency to "collate, coordinate and corroborate information" on UFO's.
For the second time in two years, the Prime Minister of the West Indies island of Grenada, Sin Eric Gairy, is campaigning to get the UN to set up an agency to "collate, coordinate and corroborate information" on UFO's.
In 1977, Gairy succeeded in getting UFO's on the General Assembly's agenda which resulted in an agreement that any country with information or ideas on the subject could send them to UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim; however, in the year since Waldhein has made no public mention of co-operation from member nations.
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
destoyed, 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."