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CHILDREN OF RUSSIAN SPIES

Grown ups enjoy playing games of war and spying and catch-me-if-you-can, but lost in these childish activities is the impact of these behaviors on children. There are at least eight children of the couples who were arrested for spying in America for the Russian government. The children now confront a reality in which what was real was phony and they don’t even know who they are, what are their real names and where did their parents come from. A child with the name of “Murphy” has a Russian name she has never heard mentioned and the pride in her “Irish heritage” has to be replaced by being someone of Russian background. Juan Lazaro, a gifted pianist at LaGuardia HS for the performing arts in New York City is only certain of one thing in life — he can play the piano. Everything else is false. Most probably children under the age of five will be returned to relatives in Russia, a country that is foreign in every respect to them and soon they will be in the homes of strangers who are aunts or uncles or grandparents.

OK, these spies believed they were performing a noble act by stealing pie recipes and “talking to a son of a diplomat” or having their picture taken with a congressman. How could these people place their own children in harm’s way? What was their thought process? The worse part of this childish adventure is that Russia and America are NOT enemies and will never go to war against one another. So, what in heck was the spying all about?

Great Spy Caper Continues Unfolding!

We have received documentation from secret sources that Ms. Betty Smith, one of the Russians involved in a massive spy ring did on March 15, 2008 steal the blueberry pie recipe of her neighbor, Mrs. Alice Johnson. This information was sent by a courier in the Russian embassy to officials in Moscow. Now we know how and why Russia is engaged in export of blueberry pies. Christopher Metros, the alleged paymaster of this notorious fiends skipped bail in Cyprus and when last seen was headed for Turkey or Somalia or God knows where. We assume he will attempt to sell his recipes to other governments interested in destroying America’s lead in pie production. It has now become known that spy Donald Heathfield assumed that name from a dead child in Canada and has been using this important name in order to obtain contacts with key US government officials. It is reported he had a meeting with someone who knows something about nuclear weapons and they discussed either this topic over lunch or the quality of their vegetable soup.

Anyone can access the Internet and obtain information about nuclear weapons. But, the Russian government which is negotiating with the American government to destroy nuclear weapons, has spies out to find out about the nuclear weapons that are being destroyed. This is very clear and one must admit rather creative thinking on the part of Russian officials. Are there any Russian spies in BP? Perhaps, they can inform us how to destroy an oil rig and pollute an entire region.

Flash! We can now report that Russian spies have discovered the formula for Coca Cola and soon will unleash this secret weapon in order to destroy an American business legend.

Putin Tells Russian Spies To Help Russian Business

President Vladmir Putin, who spent his early life as a member of the Russian secret policy, the KGB, told the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) among their priorities is ensuring the agency protects the interests of Russian business corporations abroad. Although, one of their goals is thwarting terrorism, Putin also noted the agency “must be able to swiftly and adequately evaluate changes in the international economic situation, understand the consequences for the economy, and, of course, it’s necessary to more actively protect the economic interests of companies abroad.” In plain English, the president of Russia is unleashing his spies to engage in some spying in other countries. This could entail stealing information from other companies, bribery, and other endeavors that wind up benefiting Russian businessmen. American and British intelligence sources are already uncovering evidence of Russian spy activities.

Are we headed toward a new cold war only this time it will be fought between economic rather than military units? President Bush has not helped the atmosphere between Russia and America by his inept program to establish missile bases in Poland and the Czech Republic. These installation strengthen forces of hostility rather than create an atmosphere of cooperation.