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A SPY lands on a beach near a casino and strips off his wetsuit to reveal a smart tuxedo. Intelligence agents experiment with using semen as invisible ink to write secret letters.
Sound like scenes from a James Bond movie? In fact they're real-life examples of spycraft revealed for the first time in a new authorised history of Britain's foreign intelligence service MI6 from 1909 to 1949.
Author Keith Jeffery, a history professor at Queen's University in Belfast, paints a picture of the agency's cash-strapped, freewheeling early days as it battled not only the Nazis and Soviets but a
'...not sure what they're called but I'm pretty sure they're terrorists too...'
In 2009, 44 predator strikes carried out by the CIA in the tribal areas of Pakistan struck only five of their intended al Qa'eda and Taliban targets, but more than 700 innocent civilians also died, according to Pakistani authorities.
Originally posted by 547000
reply to post by oozyism
In another thread you said you are pro-freedom; now you ask if they are not terrorists why are they secretive. Are you serious dude? People have a right to be secretive.