(Content notice: Depictions of Nazis and racism)
Bethany, a resident of Brookfield, didn’t give a second thought when she heard the doorbell. Looking through her peephole, she saw three men, whose bodies appeared to have been painted in white house paint, wearing white slacks and white polo shirts.
“What do you want?” She asked.
“We are ordinary Volkswagens,” said one of the men. “I mean Volks. I mean people. We are like you, only whiter. We’re here to talk to you about the next sub-link, I mean orbiza, I mean congressman from this concentration, I mean the Third Congressional district. Arthur Jones.”
“Like all residents,” said another man, “He is a blue-blooded American.” The man then pulled out a knife and cut himself. Blue blood rushed out of the wound.
Bethany screamed and called 911. She claims two Men in Blue walked up to her porch, cleaned up the blood, and told her not to tell any mainstream media outlets about what she saw.
“I guess the Babbler doesn’t count as a mainstream outlet,” she said.
Dozens of residents claim to have seen aliens canvasing the district for Jones, the Republican candidate for the district. He is a former member of the American Nazi Party and a white supremacist. His website and some of his flyers promote holocaust denialism. Jones has been denounced by the Illinois Republican Party, including Governor Bruce Rauner.
Since Jones’s primary victory, space Nazis, and beings with similar beliefs, have tried to infiltrate the district and work for his campaign.
“He hasn’t raised any money on Earth,” said Joan Armstrong, a spokesperson for Bolingbrook’s Department of Interstellar Affairs. “We suspect all his campaign staff and volunteers are undocumented interstellar visitors.”
Joe, who asked that we not use his last name, also encountered what he claims was a Nazi from space. According to Joe, he opened the door and saw a frail older man. The man claimed he was the last surviving member of a lunar Nazi colony created by the Germans at the end of World War II.
“I asked him why, if the Nazis had such advanced technology, they didn’t win. He said something about waiting for the right moment. When cores of their atomic bombs expired, they still waited. Even when they ran out of food and water, the leadership said it wasn’t the right moment. He said Arthur Jones’s primary victory was that moment.”
Joe claims he punched the man, then called the police. “I always wanted to punch a real Nazi. I’ve known survivors of the Holocaust, and hitting him was the least I could do. Of course, I could also become a member of the Skokie Holocaust Museum. I could also forget about the mean things I said about Representative Dan Lipinski during the primary and vote for him. Dan hates gay marriage, but he wouldn’t vote to kill us.”
Ruth, who asked that we not use her last name, believes she encountered aliens pretending to be white supremacists. According to her, ten were on her front lawn holding Tiki Torches, and chanting, “Jews will not replace us.” One of the alleged aliens walked up to her and said his name was Lukas. “He said that the ‘yellow-pinkish race’ needed to stand up to the bankers living in the capital city of Elyakim. I said I’d never heard of it. Lukas said it was the ancient Jewish capitol.”
Elyakim is the capitol city of one of the Interstellar Tribes of Israel.
Ruth claims that another alleged alien whispered to Lukas. Lukas then said he really meant Jerusalem and Israel. Ruth said that she was Jewish, and thought the aliens in front of him were vile and evil. Lukas replied they weren’t evil because they were being anti-semitic “ironically.” Ruth claims she sprayed mace at Lukas’s face, and his head melted like butter. Then the others ran off. Headless, Lukas replied, “You ruined a perfectly good human suit.”
Armstrong said Bolingbrook’s Department of Interstellar Affairs, at first, was able to capture most of the space Nazis that landed at Bolingbrook’s Clow UFO Base. When protesters took seized Clow UFO Base, it lost access to their anti-UFO interceptors and control of most of Bolingbrook’s anti-UFO weapons. This, according to Armstrong, led to more alien Nazis entering the Third District to help Jones.
“We are doing our best to protect Chicagoland,” said Armstrong. “But as long as there is hate in the galaxy, beings who want to feel superior, and leaders willing to exploit both qualities, there will always be a Nazi threat.”
In a fax to the Babbler, Jones insisted his staff was white and he couldn’t wait to fire up his oven.
A receptionist for Bolingbrook Mayor Roger Claar said Claar could not comment because he was in the middle of a meeting: “Don’t tell anyone, but Roger is meeting with a person who wants to do an invocation at the next meeting.”
In the background, a man said: “May James Randi’s magic make this board skeptical of woo. May the memory of Christopher Hitchens inspire the board to Hitchslap PZ Myers and his hoard of Islamist social justice warriors. May Elizabeth Loftus teach the board to doubt their memories. May Michael Shermer lead their thoughts to the secular promised land. Reason.”
A man who sounded like Claar said, “I thought The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster’s prayers were supposed to be silly.”
“Oh, I’m not with them. I’m a representative from the Sam Harris Dark Web.”
“That’s…all I need to know.”