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At the 27 November meeting of the United Nations Special Political Committee three American Scientist~ (Hynek-Vallee-Friedman), previously 'selected to represent Grenada, expaciated on the results of their scientific research on Unidentified Flying Objects. During the meeting, a Draft Resolution of Grenada was distributed on the floor recommending that the Thirty-Third Session of the General Assembly should adopt the following:
"(3) a three-member group of experts, appointed at the earliest possible date by the Secretary General - which under the aegis of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of OUter Space will define the guidelines of ·their proposed studYi" Guidelines were referred by Drls Hynek and Vallee as their own during they;visit on July 14, 1978, the Sec. Gen. Kurt Waldheim. They cancelled Maj.Ret. Colman S. VonKeviczky's visit, and referred those guidelines what VonKevi.czky submitted as UN-UFO Projects from 1966-1977 to the late Sec. Gen. U Thant, then Dr. Kurt Waldheim. (See ICUFON letter to Sec. General, 25 July 1978, and Verbatim Record of the U.N.Gen. Assembly, 32nd Session, A/SrC/32/PV/35, 1 Dec. 1977.)

"(2) Requests the Secretary-General to invite Member states, specialized agencies and non-governmental organizations to transmit to him by 31 May 1979 information and proposals which would facilitate the proposed studYi" {of the three-member group of experts). It was apparent at the outset that the HYNEK-VALLEE-FRIEDMAN(SPEIGEL) attempt to seize the initiative and establish for CUFOS(Center for UFO Studies) an international UFO ~esearch hierarchy within the United Nations, using the Grenada proposal as a spri.ngboard, was doomed to failure~ It was already apparent in June 1978 until the collapse of the scheme on 8 Dec. 1978. Record A United Nations Secretariat Press Release (GA/AH/1490) and the Verbatim of the Special Political Committee, 47th Meeting, clarifies the issue: "DELEGATIONS INTERESTED IN THIS QUESTION HAD HELD LENGHTY CONSULTATIONS SINCE THE LAST MEETING (27 Nov. 1978) ON THE MATTER AND HAD PREPARED A DRAFT . DECISION" - which on the 8 December meeting SUPERSEDED Grenada's previous Draft Resolution, and was adopted on 18 December 1878 by the Thirty-Third General Assembly 87th Plenary Meeeting. (See U.N .Pres s "~elease: GA/5925)

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Apparently the new Draft Resolution disregarded the request that the schemed HYNEK-.FRIEDMAN-VALLEE combination of Grenada be appointed as experts to the Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. Instead, the resolution presented a MASSIVE ATTESTATION that ICUFON-DUIST-IGAPE Memorandum's classically ~~~€fnta'id~~m:ntI~Y.~~'~p€~~i.Y~~~trdentlam discussed and ACCEPTED AS GUIDELINESTO FORHULATE THE NEW AND FINAL RECOMMENDATION

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Confirmation letters received from the U.N.Ambassadors attest to the importance of ICUFON's Memorandum as an adjunct to evolve their definite view on the global problem created by the operation of the UFO Forces. The Special Political Committee's final recommendation on the extraterrestrial matters does credit to the consulting nations' objectivity and honest intentions in that they refused to recognize a group of scientists whose UFO research during the past decades never promoted the solution of the international UFO problem within the United Nations Organization. Taking full advantage of the Prime Minister of Grenada (Sir Eric M. Gairy) and his well meaning intentions, these scientists were somehow catapulted into the position of seeking to be the world sole international experts, predestined to determine the UN-UFO study of guidelines for the allegedly uninitiated(?) United Nations .

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Representatives of ICUFON-DUIST-IGAPE. as Pro-United Nations UFO research bodies, noted with great satisfaction that (referring to our Hemorandum-Addenda to the Agenda Item II 126) the solution of the UFO' international security and scientific problem according to the General Assembly's final approval rests for further action with the Secretary General and the Committee on the Peaceful Uses qf Outer Space.

We would also like to emphasize that the Member States of the U.N., invited by the General Assembly to co-ordinate the investigation on the UFOs global problem, knowwe ry well that the GLOBAL SECURITY on the national Leve L is due to the DEFENSE FORCES, on SCIENTIFIC LEVEL to their SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY and on RESEARCH~ Non-Governmental PIONEER UFO RESEARCHORG'ANIZATrONS.

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: Center For UFO Studies. Director: Dr. J. Allen Hynek. Dr. Jacques Vallee associate scientist. Lee Speigel UFO investigator. Deutsche UFOjIFO Studiengese1lschaft. President: Karl L. Veit. Hon. President: Engr.Dr.Hermann Oberth, Rocket Scientist. International Get Acquainted Program of Europe. Chairman:Danish Royal AR Major Ret. Hans C. Petersen. Intercontinental Galactic Spacecraft - UFO - Research and Analytic Network. Director:Royal Hung. Major Ret. Colman S. VonKeviczky. MMSE(Master of Military Science and Engineering) Sir Eric M. Gairy on Oct.12, 1978.

"Father of Ufology" - Prime Minister of Grenada, called Dr. J.A.Hynek before the General Assembly

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The Bill of Rights of the United States of America, in force from December 15th, 1791, in its Amendment I. strictly determines: "FREEDOM OF SPEECH, OF THE PRESS ANl) RIGHT TO PETION. Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press; ..." ICUFON-DUIST-IGAFE historical Hemorandum addressed the United Nations General Assembly Thirty-Third Session and its Special Political Committee was delivered on October 5, 1978, also to the all Ambassadors of the l1emb~r Nations. Between October 11th and November 26th (before Prime Minister Ca Lry and the Special Political Committee l'1eeting)it wa s handed over ~t the United Nations Secretariat working press, to the leading media representatives:
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The Hemorandum has revealed before the delegates of the United Nations the Pentagon effective orders (JAl~AP 146, etc.) and ;armed confrontation to the UFOs or Task Forces of galactic origin, and presented miljtary and scientific analysis on the Space Forcesl global operation. The world wide media Associated Press(AP), United (UPI), Telegraph Agency USSR (TASS), Reuters Ltd.London, (HNA) China, and The New York Times CENSORED S·ILENCED SUPPRESSED in any ne~vspaper ex':_governrnental advocates of the before the U.N. Press International Hsinhua News Agency

the top priority ·;_:e~vs item, which was never published or magazines. There were promoted and i'glorified the scientists Dr. J. Allen Hynek and Jacques Vallee, the parapsychology and the UFOs "beyond the grave rea.lity"

It was an exeptional coincidence that ICUFON IHPEACHED the Associated Press CENSORSHIP! The enclosed Ail release was wr i.t t en on October 11, by William N. Oatis, UN·correspondent and was w l r ed from the. U.N. office to the AP Headquarters, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City by ~·lr. John Bau sman , AP l.Jorld Desk. The so called "national securitv censorship" PllCt:.IBITED TO RELEASE TO THE WORI"D I.JIRE SERVICE - TilE TRTjTH:! Jerome Eden the noted science writer on Orgonomy in his EDEN BULLETU; (Box 34, Careywood, Idaho 83809, USA) as a former newsman properly characterizes the recent public information service of the NeVIS Media: " ... let me remind you, that the purpose of the "News Media i. e., NY Times, TV, Radio, et.al., is !}ot_ to report vital i nt orre t i on - it is to make money. Reporting "Newe " is always secondary to keeping advertisers happy. This story - and stzoxi ee just like it printed in local pape1:s during the past several years - are rightfully Top P1:ic-rity Newsstories. UFOlogy is the idiot child of the news media, a source for c1eve1: quips & stupid jokes, but not to be taken ser i.oue Lq - like Wilhelm Reich &Orgonomy. So, wh.iI e the so-called News Media keep the world hypnotized with Carter's teeth, Brezhnev's bushy brows, the Vietnam-China Nuthouse, & the Begin-Sadat Samba; and wbi l:e the CIA hunts moles in the woodwoxk and the KG squashes B gnats s throws matches in global tinderboxes, the Spacemen continue their exquisitely orchestra ted plan of DIVIDE and DEVOUR!"
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After the United Nations Special Political Committee public meeting on 27 November 1978, when Drs' J. Allen Hynek, Jacques Vallee, Nuclear Phys i c Ls t Stanton Friedman and Lt. Col. Lawr e nc e Coyne issued their statement, the delegates Ln posession of ICUFON I1El:lOPv.-\NDUH requested from the chairman

of the Committee Ambassador Piza-Escalante closed confidential on the Agenda Item 126, Grenada's UFO Resolution draft.

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The Summary Record of the Committee 47th l:1eeting(A(SPC/33(SR.47, 8 Dec.1978) on the page 2 states " ...after extensive consultations, delegations had reached agreement on a (NEW!) draft resolution which the Committee could, it seemed adopt by concensus ...". According to one member of the Committee (name witheld for security reason), at these sess.ions ICUFON-DUIST-IGAPE "GREEN MEMORANDUM" was the featured subject on the floor. During the debate upon its documentations and analysis one nation from the South American continent spearheaded the USA delegate with a "hot potato" question: " United States Hilitary and Outer Space Authorities over three decades denied before the nations the UFOs existence - are you qualifying or should we accept in this Memorandum's exposed Pentagon documentations and analysis as forgeries?"

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COpy OF THE ASSOClATLD PRLSS (AI') IHRE TELEGP-AU TO TilE WORLD'S NEWSPAPms ABO.UT leUFON HE:WRAUIJUN ){l:LAl'ElJ TO SIR ERIC H. (;AJln, PRHlE XINIST£Il AND HINISTER Of FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF GREtlADA· STAT[J;fENT BEFORE TliE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASS£HBLY ON ocrouuu 12, 1978 :

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Carter bad filled it out the f GrIT, and s I gne d it 1. n At Lant a on se nt , 18. 197.3. when he was governor of Georgia. but it told of sorr.e tb i ng that had ha rroe ne d at Leary. Georgia, four years earlier. in Cctober 1969. . Be said that at 7;15 u.m. tbat n1gbt. shortly after da.rk On a st ar Jt t but, mcco Ie s s night. be a rid 1" otber members of tq~ Leary Lions Club saw a Lum'l n oua ,obje.ct a s l)r1.~ht as the m09t1 cut. rnavbe a little smaller that ,ap-peareJ. 10 the west about.3 ~grel3 :; above tbe h or-i ZOn • "The object. Carter wrote On tbe form, cha nga d size, brlg'!::ltq£:;s3 ani color' came close. moved awa y+came C10S6 tbqq moved. away, and fina.lly" moved. to distance then d t sa ppe a't-e d ; Carter cl'tocl not answer questions on t h a form 8.8 to hts f'e e Lt ng s about the sigh t i ng and as to whs t.he r he tb ough t tho ob je c t wag an extraterrestrial ~evice. UFO. r-Ia ne t , star. satelHte, h oax Or at r plane. but sa ld. t hs fa W8..o, n bat r pOT t nearby. , The dac Ia sal f't ed government reports t nc Iu.l ad in VonKevlczky 8 fl1e. wh 1..1e de sed bing UFOs s t gh t e d , e 1.. ther did not c orrt a i n any conclusions as to t h e I r nature Or else c onc Lud e d that there was n o evidence they came from outer space. But a Is o i nc Iud ed were ne ws stories that in 195" a Br a z t Lt a n , in . lS6£ a Colombian and in 1.97...1 two Finns d I e d from r ad i a t i.cn emittel 'by strange hovering objects. in two CaS63 with man-Tt ke creatures aboa.rd. And VOn1\£)viezky "pre$~l'lted tbe theory that UPOs were spacecraft of galactic or i g i n reconnolt6rin~ f' or eventual perrr.at}~nt l'Joling at unknown t t rre , Loca c l on ilfj,l. for' un kn cwr, reasons. He suggested. tbat tbe United Nat i ons s pcna or an i nt er nat tona l UFO congress to consider wbether UFOs really were s oa ce vehicles Of aivnoced c i.v i 11za t t on v e r t ned as e xt.r a Eer r-e s t a Sa l ;" how d arige r cu s they were and what s€9yrity mea s ur e s sh cu Ld 'be t~kan to av o i d a . fatal confrontation witb galact1e 'l'CWers. ,GBJ r» got UFOs On the agenda. , .. f the 1977 a s ae rnb Ly but the only result waq an a~reemen that any countr1es tbat m~eht wish to send VJaldhe11r any jnforrr.at1 01'1 Or tdeal3 On tbe subject could do so. Wald.be5n, r.ev e r reported whe t.b e r an v had-be was not r e o uf r ed to-and SO GaiTY l'ropo[Jed t b e aa me general subject for c on st de r a tt cn again
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tJ1HTED NAn 0[\8 AP - Sir lric M. Galry. nr i ms m1.nlf:Jtar of Granad a , headed for the r os t r urn of t h e General .As8E)mblv today to put in a word for his proposal that a U.L~. unit be set UP to study mid'!lotl fied flying objects. His s pe ci.a 1 1108.i1- Of -g ov e rn rren t s ps e ch to tho 15 _- na t1on as sembl y ecbad u led for the forenoon wag e xte c t ed to be devoted largely to that subject. which is already on the agenda. anti dus f' or debate in Jate November t n the asserr.bIy s special po Ltt i ca I c omm t t.e e , An associate 10 hi<J carnpa t gn meanwhile pr cmct ed the idea by circulating to U.N. of'f lcta La andi de Lega t e a a thick fila of mat e r t a I including a signed statement by Jimmy Carter. n ow the pr e s t d e n t , about seeing a UFOin Georgia nt ne years ago. The associate wa':3 a Hun~artan-born New Yorker. Colman Von'ifavtczky. direct or of tbe Lo t er-c ont l nent.a I lITO Ga lactl c soace craft-Re sea r cn and Analytic Ne tw cr k , or leUFON.·' , He Ln c Lude d Carter s sta{;emeot in an <l7-'09.ge collect! On of rraterial on UFOs. consisting largely of decl,'l.<J9tfle:i U.S. government doo ument s , that he distributed in advance of. and in support of. Ga.lry·s apD9arance. . The !Jr~!}fdent1al entry was a re nor t on unidentified flying objects On a form ur ov l d e d by,the Iiaticnal Investigations
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It is my special honor to mail you the enclosed whole story of the United Nations General Assembly meeting. At present on June 30, 1979 the meeting will be held at the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. Our network is n0W the preparation of our Special Report entitled DIES AN INTERNATIONAL CONSPIRACY EXIST AGAINST THE GLOBAL SECURITY? (CIA documentations will be also exposed in it.) Fight for an international authority establishment on the European Continent, what we are going to refer to the Committee. Please send International ARCHIVES DEPT. Money order payable to ICUFON Inc.

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Confirmation letter of Earl of Clancarty, who launched the UFO debate at the House of Lords, London:

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Dear Major VonKeviczky,
Thnnk you very much for
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of the 27th l'ebruary and
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and

for enclosing
about United I Nations.

me the

interesting

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Sincerely,

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Confirmation of ICTJFON's h.istorica.1. Memorandum by his Excellency Raiael Ur qu i.e , Ambassador of El Salvador,one out of the three elected PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED NA'l'WNS GENERAL li.SSEi'1BLY THIRTY-THIRD SESSION (1978/79):

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