Exopolitcs Denmark is a non-partisan association. We are primarily engaged in exopolitical activism and stimulating a debate - not in exopolitical studies and ufology.
We have a "militant agnostic" approach, expressed in more academic terms. (Read Wendt og Duvall: Sovereignty and the UFO page 627-628). "Militant" because our work and opinions are public and strategic. "Agnostic" because we do not claim to have a final explanation for the unexplained part of the UFO observations.
We do not necessarily share views and foci with other organisations and individuals who are engaged in exopolitics (e.g. The Exopolitics World Network and Exopolitics Europe). Like in traditional politics, there are often disagreements and different agendas within exopolitics. NB! Please be aware that there might be groups on Facebook pretending to be us. Exopolitics Denmark's offical Facebook profile is: https://www.facebook.com/exopolitics.denmark.
Our mission is to lobby the Danish government to:
- place UFO-studies on a university level on the state budget. I.e. research of the small percentage of UFO-sightings that are not easily explained. But also to finance studies in the social, political, economical, business, psychological, environmental, religious, humanitarian, and democratic aspects connected with the phenomenon. Existing and potential societal developments should also be investigated in order to create a knowledge base for passing laws in the Danish Folketing and other forums.
- pressure other countries to declassify documents and to re-open/conduct high-level hearings about a possible extraterrestrial presence and a suspected existence of advanced energy and propulsion systems.
- pressure other governments to provide "truth-amnesty" to government insiders who are prepared to testify under oath, but are constrained by security protocols. They should be given immunity from their security oaths:
Denmark should be a front-runner by initiating a dialogue within the framework of the EU and the UN.
- A release of advanced energy technologies might revolutionise the world's energy sector. It is possible that the systems could be used to e.g. combat global warming by eliminating the need for fossil fuels. Oil-related wars might become a thing of the past.
- A release of advanced propulsion technology might revolutionise the world's transport sector, especially the CO2 generating aviation industry.
- A release of technologies might boost environmental development and economic growth in third world countries drastically. It might have the potential to create major shifts in the world's geopolitical power structure. The latter - along with massive unpredictability and oil interests - could be some of the main reasons for the suspected classification.
- Classifying information about an extraterrestrial presence would be a great crime against humanity and our democratic principles. If there is an ET-presence, all of humanity should know. A truth of this magnitude does not belong to a small elite.
- The existence of unacknowledged, rogue, and highly compartmentalised energy and propulsion research programmes - with no high-level government and financial oversight - would be a great crime against humanity and our democratic principles.
We also wish:
What is Exopolitics Denmark not: