UnNews:Nicki Mouse in Lenin's House
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Nicki Mouse in Lenin's House
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7 November 2017
MOSCOW, Russia -- KGB-Officer Wladimir Komsomolsk had to prepare the centennial of the Russian Revolution of 1917 which was celebrated today in Moscow. Dust of decades filled the corners of Lenin's Mausoleum at the Red Square of Russia's capital since the building's last inspection in the heydays of Cold War. The highly honored secret serviceman had to fill at least a dozen dust bins with dust and litter left by all the pilgrims who had adored communism's highest saint's embalmed body in his Snow White coffin. Of course the glass coffin contains just a dead body, but Wladimir deeply felt the presence of somebody's soul. And when all the dust bins were taken out of the holy hall he made a last inspection - and there it was, a wailful peeping in one of the corners. Wladimir switched on his battery torch and spotted a mouse. Nicki Mouse. Wladimir crept into the corner to see the little beast, and wow, it had the face of Nikita Khrushchev. It was true, there was something bearing a living soul: That little mouse. It was pitifully weeping and wailing, making Wladimir to reason why. And then he got it: This mouse bears Nikita Khrushchev's soul since his death in 1964. And the dust in the mausoleum's corners contains enough food for such a little creature. Whilst Stalin's body had been thrown out of the house by Khrushchev, Nikita's soul survived even Marxism-Leninism. Thus the smart officer decided well: He brought back the filled dust bins and emptied them in the mausoleum's corners, to give back the food source of that poor little mouse that's punished to bear Cold War's coolest warrior's soul. He wrote into his report to KGB: "I found everything in best order." Of course he's lucky because every other visitor of the holy hall looks onto the coffin and not into the room's corners. And so lucky is Nicki Mouse, too.