Jan 1st 2018

This week, Russian Special Services detained a suspected Anunnaki insurgent in the Crimea region of Bakhchisarai, says former KGB agent Strelnikov Isaac Stepanovich.

Acting on tips provided by local residents, many of whom observed abnormally tall humanoids skulking near the village outskirts, Russian Spetznas descended on the area and began searching for suspicious individuals.

Shortly after dark, Stepanovich said, a Spetznas recon squad confronted a seven-foot tall humanoid with translucent skin that appeared to be phasing in out of existence.

When asked to halt and show identification, the creature spoke “unintelligible gibberish” and then fled the scene. The soldiers gave chase, pursing the alien infidel throughout the city.

“Reports say the alien moved at phenomenal speeds, possibly 40kph. Initially, the creature eluded them, jumping tall obstacles and weaving in and out of back-alleys and side streets. It had superhuman agility, but apparently limited Stamina; after a forty-five minute pursuit, the Spetznas converged on the target, trapping it on a dead-end road,” Stepanovich said.

Debriefed at the Kremlin, the unit commander told his superiors the Anunnaki employed some form of innate sonic weapon that caused disorientation and confusion; a high-frequency sound wave compelled two soldiers to drop their weapons and instinctively cover their ears. Somehow, the remaining Spetznas resisted the attack and subdued the extraterrestrial.  Stepanovich said the Kremlin has not released details on how the creature was captured or what weapons, if any, were used to apprehend it. Under tight guard, the beast was taken to a secret military installation at the base of Mount Yanantau, in the Ural Mountains, Stepanovich added.

“I don’t know if additional details are forthcoming. The Ministry of Defense is being very quiet about the incident.

This does prove that President Putin continues to take the extraterrestrial threat seriously and, how do you say, go the extra mile toward protecting humanity from invasive species,” Stepanovich said.

Vladimir Putin, he argues, is one of few world leaders to take seriously the extraterrestrial threat. He has devoted substantial resources—manpower and money—toward identifying and combatting meddlesome species throughout not only Russia but also neighboring nations.

“Syria, Yemen, and Afghanistan, to name a few,” Stepanovich said. “These countries lack finances and military hardware to repel alien incursions. And Putin views hostile ets as vermin to be eradicated. The Anunnaki is just one species of many.”

By his estimation, the Kremlin knows of at least nine extraterrestrial races currently visiting Earth or living amongst us.

While a few species are neutral or benevolent, the majority is a consortium of malevolent beings eager to destabilize humanity by subverting global governments. The Anunnaki and Reptilians, he says, are the worst of the worst, having already seated themselves in positions of political power.

In closing, Stepanovich says Russia will continue advancing technology to defeat threats from above, regardless of actions or inactions taken by other countries.  “They were here before us, they will be here after us, but we reserve the right to protect ourselves and our interests,” he said.

Science fiction is hugely popular in our culture, so this documentary will appeal to many secular Aussies. Anyone who has personally had an alien ‘experience’ shoulddefinitely see this film. It ends with a clear Gospel presentation (this is a great outreach opportunity!).

Alien Intrusion has been gathering a lot of interest in the run-up to its US cinema release—it will be screening in over 700 US theatres next week!Australian Cinema Release: from 12 February