Literally the most important and most asked question in UFO research to bring about full disclosure?  I thought about that over the last decade and came to realise that there was only one way. We need to nominate and win a Nobel Peace Prize. 

A Nobel Peace Prize would make scientists, historians, professors and professionals around the world take UFO and aliens research seriously, as a whole new area of science that needs serious consideration. 

Yeah, you heard me right. We need to find a person from the UFO community that is worthy of such a prize. Someone that cares nothing about fame, about money, but only wants the truth. Someone who has risked everything and received nothing in return. That person of course is UK hacker Gary McKinnon. 

I see a lot of people in the UFO community, dozens making a living doing it, others making more than doctors from donations, movie making, TV shows, views and such. Gary asks for nothing but the truth, and guess what? He found it in US military computers. He found evidence of off world officers in US military computers and fought the NSA and CIA for years who tried to extradite him to the USA and put him in prison. Gary is not a national hero, he is a world hero. He cared nothing of himself, but only seeked to improve the life of everyone everywhere through knowledge.

To nominate Gary McKinnon for the award, the nominator needs to qualify in one of the below areas.

1. Members of national assemblies and national governments (cabinet members/ministers) of sovereign states as well as current heads of state. 

2. Members of The International Court of Justice in The Hague and The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague,

3. Members of l'Institut de Droit International 

4. Members of the Executive Committee of the international board of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom 

5. University professors, professors emeriti and associate professors of history, social sciences, law, philosophy, theology, and religion; university rectors and university directors (or their equivalents); directors of peace research institutes and foreign policy institutes

6. Persons who have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 

7. Members of the main board of directors or its equivalent of organizations that have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

8. Current and former members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee (proposals by current members of the Committee to be submitted no later than at the first meeting of the Committee after 1 February) 

9. Former advisers to the Norwegian Nobel Committee

Do you qualify in one of the above 9 categories? Then click here to nominate our champion...Gary McKinnon.

And thats all it takes. 
Scott C. Waring-Taiwan

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