In Stephen King’s book, Hearts In Atlantis, an older gentleman named Ted Brautigan confesses to young Bobby Garfield that he is being stalked by the “low men.” These “low men” are in other words the so-called “Men In Black” associated with some UFO incidents. In the film version of King’s book, the “low men” (image at top, hopefully) post a lot of “lost pet” notices on telephone poles and the like whenever they are in the vicinity.
In “Missing Kremlin cat alert”, the Russia Today web site reported, on March 28, 2012, that Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian Prime Minister, had a missing cat. Was this a sign of the “low men” (Men In Black) pursuing Dmitry Medvedev?
Towards the end of his presidency, Ronald Reagan strangely stated, “I’ve often wondered, what if all of us in the world discovered that we were threatened by an outer — a power from outer space, from another planet?” (“Jumping Jupiter!; Reagan and the Space-Invader Hypothesis”, by Henry Allen. Washington Post, May 6, 1988)
Now, as of December 8, 2012, Dmitry Medvedev has strangely stated something akin to Ronald Reagan’s puzzling statement. The London Telegraph newspaper reports how “Mr. Medvedev let his guard down after an interview with five Russian television stations when he failed to realise the cameras were still rolling.”
A lady Russian journalist asked Dmitry Medvedev if he had secret files on the “aliens.” You may be able to view a video clip of the exchange at this link.
“Yes, there is a top-secret folder,” admitted Medvedev. “This folder in its entirety contains information about aliens who visited our planet.”
“Along with this, you are given a report of the absolutely secret special service that exercises control over aliens on the territory of our country … More detailed information on this topic you can get from a well-known movie called ‘Men In Black’ … I will not tell you how many of them are among us because it may cause panic.”
Opinions vary as to Mr. Medvedev’s stunning remarks. Had he himself undergone a “low men” (Men In Black) episode back in March with the “missing cat” notices? Or was Dmitry Medvedev having a laugh to himself? In the video, the lady journalist briefly chuckles at one point. But Medvedev, if he was indeed joking, still keeps a straight face throughout his bizarre remarks. Was Dmitry Medvedev speaking seriously or not? You be the judge.