I am old enough to have spent my childhood listening to AM radio & you always got weird noises between stations. Watching black & white war movies & later 70′s spy movies one knew about contacting spies – always “sleeper agents” who would be the last person you expect to rise up & wreak havoc – with the plot. 68 more words
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Last night I went to see “Captain America: the Winter Soldier” a classic super hero fight fest with tight costumes & naked manly chests. The story however was of an out of control intelligence service trawling “big data” for those it considers to be a security threat and by doing so trampling on the freedoms Captain America holds dear…. 102 more words
The Spy with 29 Names is a gripping account of the exploits of Juan Pujol, the most extraordinary double agent of the Second World War, who was awarded both an Iron Cross by Germany and an MBE by Britain. 1,090 more words
I think this is legal now.
The name’s Bond. Jamal Bond. And yes, that’s a tuxedo under my galabaya. (GIF shameless lifted from Karl reMarks)
David Cameron recently announced that unnamed British security and intelligence agencies would be investigating the Muslim Brotherhood in Britain in an effort to determine its philosophy and activities and shape the government’s policy regarding the group. 200 more words