Everything I saw coming – is here! All, is lining up. A year ago I talked to my Senator about establishing Radio Free Alaska, and we get two refugees fleeing Putin’s dark war machine. What are the odds?
When I awoke yesterday, the first thing I was going to do was e-mail Senator Wyden, and suggest the U.S. Government fund KYIV. Then I got distracted by Betsy Johnson. When I went shopping – I was attacked by a witch. I conclude – real evil is about the world! Good people must stay focused!
Dr. Senator; Two days ago I read an article about ‘Putin’s Brain’. Alexander Dugin has been called Putin’s Rasputin. I listened to a video of him talking about how Russia is entitled to rule the world, and invade the Ukraine, because they are a physically BIG nation. Because we are a SMALLER nation, we should back off and let Russia does what it wants. I googled the size of Alaska, Canada, and the United States and WE are just as big. There has been talk about Russia getting Alaska back, because we OWE them. What I want the U.S. Government to do, is fund my idea for a radio station – stationed in Alaska, that is close to his royal bigness, and, taunt Putin’s Giant Brain. We need to open a Western Front. I tried to save Armstrong’s KORE radio station. How about….KYIV Radio?
Thank you for contacting my office.
The Royal Janitor
Chapter Five: ‘I Take This Woman’
Some of the brightest minds in the World Intelligence Industry swear they felt the floor of BAD headquarters, shake, when Miriam got off the elevator and headed for the BAD war room – in her bare feet! Miriam had large Nordic feet because her DNA material were infamous walkers! Her Viking kin hauled their long boats out of the Volga a dozen times as they headed to the Black and Caspian Sea, then, it’s on the Damascus! Starfish’s Aleut DNA walked across the Bearing Straits to the New World. Russian is a second language for this very durable and determined native people. Everyone in the war room froze when they heard Miriam’s question she bellowed out, as she….came!
“Who’s been talking behind my back?” (Fee-fi-fo-fum)
Alaska asylum seekers are Indigenous Siberians from Russia
Alaska’s senior U.S. senator says two Russian Indigenous Siberians were so scared of having to fight the war in Ukraine, they chanced everything to take a small boat across the treacherous Bering Sea to reach American soil
By MARK THIESSEN – Associated Press Oct 23, 2022 Comments
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Two Russian Indigenous Siberians were so scared of having to fight the war in Ukraine, they chanced everything to take a small boat across the treacherous Bering Sea to reach American soil, Alaska’s senior U.S. senator said after talking with the two.
The two, identified as males by a resident, landed earlier this month near Gambell, on Alaska’s St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Strait, where they asked for asylum.
“They feared for their lives because of Russia, who is targeting minority populations, for conscription into service in Ukraine,” Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Saturday during a candidate forum at the Alaska Federation of Natives conference in Anchorage.
“It is very clear to me that these individuals were in fear, so much in fear of their own government that they risked their lives and took a 15-foot skiff across those open waters,” Murkowski said when answering a question about Arctic policy.
“It is clear that (Russian President Vladimir) Putin is focused on a military conquest at the expense of his own people,” Murkowski said. “He’s got one hand on Ukraine and he’s got the other on the Arctic, so we have to be eyes wide open on the Arctic.”
Murkowski said she met with the two Siberians recently but didn’t provide more details about exactly when or where the meeting took place or where their asylum process stood. She was not available after the forum for follow-up questions.
Murkowski’s office on Oct. 6 announced their request for asylum, saying the men reportedly fled one of the coastal communities on Russia’s east coast.
A village elder in Gambell, 87-year-old Bruce Boolowon, is believed to be the last living Alaska National Guard member who helped rescue 11 U.S. Navy men who were in a plane that was shot down by Russian MIGs over the Bering Sea in 1955. The plane crash-landed on St. Lawrence Island.
Gambell, an Alaska Native community of about 600 people, is about 36 miles (58 kilometers) from Russia’s Chukotka Peninsula in Siberia.
Even though one of the Russians spoke English pretty well, two Russian-born women from Gambell were brought in to translate. Both women married local men and became naturalized U.S. citizens, said Boolowon, who is Siberian Yupik.
Russians landing in Gambell during the Cold War was commonplace, but the visits were not nefarious, Boolowon said. Since St. Lawrence Island is so close to Russia, people routinely traveled back and forth to visit relatives.
But these two men seeking asylum were unknown to the people of Gambell.
“They were foreigners and didn’t have any passports, so they put them in jail,” he told The Associated Press last week.
The two men spent the night in the jailhouse, but townspeople in Gambell brought them food, both Alaska Native dishes and items bought at a grocery store.
“They were pretty full; they ate a lot,” Boolowon said.
“The next day, a Coast Guard C-130 with some officials came and picked them up,” he said, adding that was the last he heard about the Russians.
Since then, officials have been tight-lipped.
“The individuals were transported to Anchorage for inspection, which includes a screening and vetting process, and then subsequently processed in accordance with applicable U.S. immigration laws under the Immigration and Nationality Act,” was all a Department of Homeland Security spokesman said in an email this past week when asked for an update on the asylum process and if and where the men were being held.
Margaret Stock, an immigration attorney in Anchorage, said it’s very unlikely information about the Russians will ever be released.
“The U.S. government is supposed to keep all of this confidential, so I don’t know why they would be telling anybody anything,” she told the AP.
Instead, it would be up to the two Russians to publicize their situation, which could put their families in Russia at risk. “I don’t know why they would want to do that,” Stock said.
Thousands of Russian men fled the country after Putin in September announced a mobilization to call up about 300,000 men with past military experience to bolster forces in Ukraine.
Messages sent last week and again on Saturday to the Russian consular office in San Francisco were not returned.
Credit:Courtesy of Brittney Griner/Instagram
“Cherelle said Brittney responded: ‘I was very weak at that moment. But I promise I’m not insane, not yet’ she said. ‘But I was startled because I turned the corner, and it was like hundreds of media just sitting there with cameras and things waiting.’”
You can not take away the truth I saw the new dark age coming – and two women would fight against it.
“Initially I was told, you know, we are going to try to reserve, we’re going to try to handle this behind scenes and let’s not raise her value and you know stay quiet. You know, I did that and respectfully, we’re over 140 days at this point. That does not work,” Cherelle said. “So I will not be quiet anymore. I will find that balance of, you know, harm versus help in pushing our government to do…
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