What took place last Tuesday on November 2 was a Conservative electoral tsunami, the beginning of our taking back our country from the Left’s decades-long “
transformation” hi-jacking of America. Little publicized and little known are two very strange but interesting state initiatives: The Denver ET vote and the Cambridge NWO vote.
In Denver, Colorado
The Greys are the most often reported ETs purportedly seen by abductees. Christians and some UFologists believe they are actually demons in the guise of ETs.
, citizens were asked to vote on Initiative 300:
“Shall the voters for the City and County of Denver adopt an Initiated Ordinance to require the creation of an extraterrestrial affairs commission to help ensure the health, safety, and cultural awareness of Denver residents and visitors in relation to potential encounters or interactions with extraterrestrial intelligent beings or their vehicles, and fund such commission from grants, gifts and donations?”
The proposed ordinance includes a declaration of findings, purposes of the commission, appointing the members, and powers and duties of the commission. The commission would be funded by grants, gifts and donations and would not require any funding from the Denver city budget.
Had it passed, the Denver mayor would have to select seven volunteers for a commission to meet twice a year and gather the most compelling evidence regarding the existence of extraterrestrials and UFOs and put it on the city’s website. In addition, the initiative’s author, Jeff Peckman, said the commission would have been a place where citizens could report sightings and where the risks and benefits of assess the risks and benefits of dealing with the E.T.s. could be assessed.
Initiative 300 was voted down by a whopping 84% majority (84 to 16) of Denver voters.
In Cambridge, Massachusetts
One world government
, voters were asked to indicate their preferences concerning the non-binding Question 4:
Shall the state representative from this district be instructed to vote to amend the state constitution to allow Massachusetts voters, through a law enacted by initiative petition, to vote to delegate their powers concerning international affairs to a democratically elected legislative body of a global federal union of democratic nations?
Although the measure was rejected (57% or 1,960 “No” votes vs. 43% or 1,480 “Yes” votes), although it is still disconcerting that as many as 1,480 American citizens are prepared to cede their sovereign rights as Americans to a supposedly-democratically-elected global government!