Wednesday, July 27, 2005

E.T. Researcher Claims ‘War Of The Worlds’ Libels Alien Culture

VANCOUVER, B.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If the U.S.’ libel laws were extended beyond Earth’s boundaries, Steven Spielberg would have a lawsuit on his hands over War of the Worlds.

That’s because, according to E.T. researcher Alfred Webre, the spacey film could be considered libelous to aliens.

Webre is the father of “exopolitics” – the belief that humans are not alone in the universe and if humans are to survive we need to develop diplomacy to get along with our neighbors.

He claims the movie isn’t doing humans any favors because it propagates the stereotype that aliens are here to make war and, consequently, puts “more humans into fear and paranoia mode.”

Webre hopes humans will “act responsibly” by launching a 10-year public funded project to develop a scenario that prepares people on what to do when the friendly aliens make contact and how to develop diplomatic contacts with them.

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