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World business leaders to discuss UFOs & extraterrestrial life

Global Competitive Forum 2011In 2011 the Global Competitive Forum, to be held in Saudi Arabia this weekend, and which saw a keynote speech by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2010, will look at what the corporate world can learn from UFOs and ETs. Nick Pope will be joining Stanton Friedman and Michio Kaku in a panel called "Contact: Learning from Outer Space".

Paradigm Research Group executive director Stephen Bassett commented: "Saudi Arabia is a nation which will be hugely impacted by the inevitable end of the now 64-year old UFO/ET truth embargo and likely subsequent introduction of extraterrestrial derived technologies. It's time for the U. S. Congress and the political media to grow up and wake up. Saudi Arabia should now be added to the growing list of nations who might elect to preempt the United States and unilaterally act to end the truth embargo."

Michael E. Salla, Ph.D. news release:

A leading business forum discussing global competitiveness will in its annual conference host a panel discussing UFOs and extraterrestrial life. The Global Competitiveness Forum is hosted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and discusses business trends and insights essential for future business investment and competitiveness. The panel is titled: "Contact: Learning from Outer Space", and features famed astrophysicist Dr Michio Kaku and a leading Islamic scholar, together with prominent UFO experts Stanton Friedman and Nick Pope. The Global Competitiveness Forum is poised to introduce, perhaps for the first time, many world business leaders to key issues concerning UFOs and extraterrestrial life, and how these impact on economic competitiveness.

The Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF) is hosted by the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority and will be hosted in the capital Riyadh from January 22-25, 2011.

The Global Competitiveness Forum (GCF), the only event of its kind, is an annual meeting of global business leaders, international political leaders, and selected intellectuals and journalists brought together to create a dialogue with respect to the positive impact organizational and national competitiveness can have on local, regional and global economic and social development. It was founded in 2006 by the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), and is held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia under the patronage of HM King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.

Source: news.exopoliticsinstitute.org

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