Posts Tagged ‘aliens’

Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, had welcomed activist/whistleblower/traitor/hero Edward Snowden into Russia some time ago.

Snowden asked for asylum and Putin responded with “not if you continue to release documents that hurt the US” and Snowden withdrew his request.

Now it appears Snowden has rethought things and asked again for Russian asylum and Putin is dragging his feet.

Does the threat of damaging US/Russia relations really loom that large in the man’s mind? Is he really worried about his loss of face because Obama is arriving there next week?

Or does this really have more to do with the aliens he’s already granted asylum to… you know those ones from outer space that he mentioned last fall.

Could the aliens be directing his turnaround?

Is this a stupid idea or what?

(but I thought I’d see if it had legs)


It seems the Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev recently let the cat out of the bag about aliens living in Russia. And I don’t mean the sort of illegal immigrants that snuck over the border from Parangaluchistan or wherever.

He was talking about extraterrestrials. Some who merely came to visit and some who stayed here.

When asked how many there were of these aliens-in-residence, he referred the person to the “Men in Black” movies for a rough idea.

Holy cow! I wonder if their agents are named “J” and “K” or do they follow the Cyrillic alphabet? Probably the latter and so I can’t help you with the names. Sorry.

But this does bring to mind a short story I wrote when I was fifteen (and that was a long time ago) called “The Russians Have The Man From Space” and I tried to get it published ‘way back then but no one picked it up. I’ll probably have to go out and dig through the garage in my old files to see if I even have a copy of the thing still.

Knowing me – like most writers – I don’t throw that sort of thing away. You know, just in case it might become relevant someday…

And that day looks like it has finally arrived!!

So, if I can find it, I will put it up here shortly.

That is, if the Russian agents don’t come get me first.

I hope not. I won’t be able to keep their names straight!