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From the CIA’s own library;
So just how do you make a spy?
More accurately, what different types of spies are there and how are they “recruited” to do what they do?
- Industrial Espionage
- Military Intelligence
- Nuclear Espionage
- Signal Intelligence
- HUMIT Intelligence
- Technical Intelligence
- Cyber Intelligence/Digital Network Intelligence
- Financial Intelligence
And the one nearest and dearest to my heart, the most despicable of them all…
- Citizen Spies (Gangstalking/Orgainized stalking)
AKA “Collaborators”, Domestic Assets, Citizen Vigilantes and all around stupid, traitorous creeps. Ich!
Sun-Tzu, a high-ranking Chinese military general, strategist and tactician born in 544 BC classified five different types of spies in his seminal military treatise entitled, The Art Of War. Interestingly enough, these classifications were enumerated in the very last chapter of the treatise “The Use Of Spies”. As you may have gleaned from both the name of this final chapter and the descriptions of the types of spies that follows, those so engaged in espionage are most definitely “used”.
Sun Tzu’s “The Art Of War” chapter 13, focuses on the importance of developing good information sources, and specifies the five types of intelligence sources and how to best manage each of them. Lines seven and eight of the chapter lists the type of spies as follows;
7. Hence the use of spies, of whom there are five classes: (1) Local spies; (2) inward spies; (3) converted spies; (4) doomed spies; (5) surviving spies.
8. When these five kinds of spy are all at work, none can discover the secret system. This is called “divine manipulation of the threads.” It is the sovereign’s most precious faculty.
I’ve always found it curious as to why the CIA prefers to call those men, women and children who work for them “Assets”. Upon performing a bit of critical thinking, it then occurred to me that the opposite of an “asset” is what? A “liability”. A little more figuring then also led me to the profound conclusion that the CIA doesn’t tolerate “liabilities” too well. Hmm, now lets see if we can figure this out.
The CIA (or any of the other multitudes of intelligence agencies) are in the same business as James Bond. You know, 007? Licensed to kill and all that jazz? Well, when an “Asset” or “Spy” fails in some critical task, they then convert into a “liability”. As human beings invariably always seem to do, a spy is bound to fail sooner or later. How many surprises have bowled you over lately? The CIA (or any of the other multitudes of intelligence agencies) is in the business of negating liabilities or, to put it more bluntly, the business of killing. They are very good at it too. Some even say that author Tom Clancy and actress Brittany Murphy are among their more high profile successes. Fame nor notoriety could save them.
Okay, so far, so good. A rather sound piece of deductive reasoning, no? Now all that is left is to reveal the entire point of this little cognitive exercise. Are you ready? Here goes…
This applies to the lowest of the low, Citizen spy gangstalkers as well.
A very, very rare and highly public exception however, is former CIA spy Mrs. Valerie Plame.
Fair Game: How a Top CIA Agent Was Betrayed by Her Own Government
And her 2010 movie, Fair Game
The esteemed Mrs. Plame at the movie’s premier
Another film whose storyline is a corollary to the above, albeit somewhat older, is the 1998 film “Mercury Rising” featuring Bruce Willis of course. It actually came on TV while I was writing this, on the “Bounce” network. God works in mysterious ways. Highly entertaining and something that I’m certain Edward Snowden would approve of, if not fully endorse as educational viewing material. The plot centers around how evil the NSA is and how killing children is just standard operating procedure for them.
1998 motion picture “Mercury Rising”
Call it “retirement”, “tying up loose ends” etc… Then, there’s my all time favorite, “cleaning up”. All of them euphemisms for describing the same thing and perversely antiseptic. Phrases that undermine the true nature of dealing in death as an unethical vocation.
Become a spy (any type of spy), become sloppy and become dead, sooner or later. Nice huh? You might think that it would be hard to find people to do this kind of “work”, as I’ve also heard it perversely described. You would be wrong, oh so very wrong.
Never underestimate the capacity of people to indulge their own inherent narcissism and grandiosity. Throw in a little hubris while you’re at it and you end up with the perfect spy.