Lambremont Webre, J.D., M.Ed. (Canada) is an author, futurist, lawyer
(member of the District of Columbia Bar), peace advocate, environmental
activist, space activist and is known as the founding father of
Webre was Director of a proposed 1977 Carter White House ‘off planet
culture’ communication project as futurist at Stanford Research Institute.
President Jimmy Carter reported his own 1969 UFO encounter, and made a 1976
election campaign promise to create more transparency with the ‘UFO’ issue.
This initiative was ended in the fall of 1977 because of the political climate
at the time.
Today, Webre is the International Director of the Institute for Cooperation
in Space (ICIS), promoting the vision of banning space weapons and
transforming the permanent war economy into a peaceful and cooperative space
exploration society focused on studying life in the universe.
Farah Yurdozu's interview with Alfred Webre conducted at the 2nd Annual
X-Conference in Washington, DC.
This interview was recorded on March
1st, 2005. Dr. Alfred Webre talks about an upcoming press conference
about exopolitics, the upcoming X-Conference in Washington DC, held in April
2005, and Peter Jennings, who passed away a few days before this interview was
published on our web site. Webre knew Jennings over the years, and had great
respect for him as most of us did. However, we did puzzle in this program over
the last great news special in his life, dealing with UFOS. Another
interesting thing about this interview, which was delayed due to a series of
mix-ups in editing and post production, is the fact that Webre talks about
remote viewing in connection with interstellar political contact.
News from Alfred
Alfred Webre welcomes you to the Star Dreams Initiative (SDI): Public interest
Diplomacy With Off-Planet Culture(s), dedicated to the future of the world's
children and their children. Imagine the legacy of the Star Dreams Initiative.
Click on the image above.
to read DIRECTIONS TOWARDS AN EXOPOLITICS INITIATIVE By Alfred
Lambremont Webre, JD,
Med International Director, Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS) Vancouver,
B.C., CANADA, published in WORLD
AFFAIRS, The Journal of International Issues, Vol. 9, No. 4, Winter 2005.