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MI6 Chief Blames Russia For Breaking ‘Primary Rules Of Espionage’


MI6 Chief Blames Russia For Breaking 'Primary Rules Of Espionage'

Alex Younger

British media, as well as the MI6 security services refuse to allow anybody to forget of the alleged Skripal case and efforts of the 75,000 alleged Russian spies in London.

Alex Younger, the current head of the MI6, on December 3rd warned adversaries and mostly Russia to not attempt and meddle in the British “way of life,” CNN reported.

Younger reiterated the speech of the new Chief of the General Staff of the British Army, Gen. Mark Carleton-Smith who said that Russia is a “far greater threat” than ISIS and that the UK “cannot be complacent about the threat Russia poses.”

“The Russians seek to exploit vulnerability and weakness wherever they detect it,” he added.

Young also spoke of the evolution of intelligence work as new technologies make for a “blurred line between the cyber and physical worlds.”

“The era of the fourth industrial revolution calls for a fourth-generation espionage: fusing our traditional human skills with accelerated innovation, new partnerships and a mindset that mobilizes diversity and empowers the young,” he said.

He also emphasized the importance of strategic alliances across Europe. Which is on-going at full speed, considering the Integrity Initiative.

The Business Insider further cited Young as claiming that Russia broke one of the primary rules of espionage and won’t be trusted again. The question stands, however: When was Russia trusted to begin with?

The rule that Russia broke, according to the MI6 chief, is that of spy swap by allegedly attempting to assassinate Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

“Alex Younger said British spies had to revise their assumptions about Moscow after Skripal was attacked with a deadly nerve agent, in an operation which Britain has pinned on Russia’s GRU spy agency.”

Younger claimed that the UK believed Russian President Vladimir Putin when he pardoned Skripal in 2010 in return for its own agents. The MI6 considered that the spy swap “had meaning” and would be honored.

MI6 Chief Blames Russia For Breaking 'Primary Rules Of Espionage'

Vladimir Putin

It is also surprising that the Russian security services have only broken so few rules of espionage, or maybe the Russian agents fail to understand the rules of the “fourth-generation espionage.”

After all, judging by reports of the misconduct of alleged Russian spies and hackers, they appear to be so incompetent that it is a surprise they even manage to get any “operation” past the halfway point. The “supervillain” Putin simply needs to hire better henchmen.

Or maybe the MI6 and other Western intelligence services are so well-versed in espionage that they do not even require proof to deem that any individual is guilty, simply by being Russian.



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  • FlorianGeyer

    ” Or maybe the MI6 and other Western intelligence services are so well-versed in espionage that they do not even require proof to deem that any individual is guilty, simply by being Russian.”

    Or ,maybe MI6 et all will use this as an excuse to murder those trusted, but in fact ,double agents who actually spied against the UK, wherever they are?

    There appears to be an almost religious zeal to silence any dissent against the political chaos in the UK,US and EU.

  • You can call me Al

    What a tosser.

  • Carol Davidek-Waller

    Translation; the Russians are better at espionage than the Brits. MI6 has rules since when?

  • AM Hants

    Poor love, he is still trying to learn how to become a spy. Ian Fleming, must be weeping tears of frustration, when he sees how far the 21st century, UK intelligence services have fallen. Guess that is what happens when you ‘outsource intelligence’ to ‘social media’ and promote ‘yes men/women/other’.

    Christopher Steele – Is that the best we have? Wasn’t he linked to Pablo Miller, Skripal’s mentor?

    • Snowglobe

      “Christopher Steele – Is that the best we have? Wasn’t he linked to Pablo Miller, Skripal’s mentor?”

      Over here we have him linked to the Dossier that was used to get a FISA warrant to spy on Trump and about half of the planet. We are extremely anxious/frustrated waiting for the declassification of these documents.

      It is believed that when it happens, a lot of the secret service in the UK and Australia are going to be exposed along with the usual cast of miscreants from the US.

      Rumor has it that the UK has been begging Trump not to expose anything.

    • Sinbad2

      Judy Dench was more believable.

      • AM Hants

        Nice one.

  • hvaiallverden

    Every time I see this joke He reminds me of Monthy Python ( I recomend watch the epic movie, The meaning of Life, and do it, it is probably more precise that even I could imagine about the present mrorons and crocks running the shothole England), an delutional jester drooling in their corner, since they managed to crash everything from their previous past to what they have become to day, an banana republic, where the queen of sniveling drivel the in/famous hag the May thing, is exposing them self for what they are, scums, nothing else, than scums, and on top of it, lives in the 50s obviously.

    And their stupidity even arouse something I never thought I had, an maternal instingts, an sudden urge to gard to little drooling moron from the world, where grown ups rests, what an patethic child, where on earth do they find this morons, Shamhurst, huh, I recomend highly, that you or if its some adult women around to loosen the diper you are whering a bit, since it obviouslly is blocking the flow of blood to this idiots brain, what an sore looser.

    This, is more due to an general degenerating of the British than anything else, and that shows, and instead of dealing with your own morons, they blame others.
    Hehe, thanks, this idiot makes me day brighter.


  • SFC Steven M Barry USA RET

    “… British ‘way of life…'” (? !) What the fuck is that? What “way of life” has a turd fouling the waters off the coast of France?

  • VeeNarian (Yerevan)

    I prefer the old convention when these highly paid MI5 and MI6 idiots stayed silent and anonymous. This one suffers from foot in the mouth disease. Truly disgusting.

  • Barba_Papa

    The monster alliance between big capital and PC culture are far bigger threats to the British way of life then Russia could ever be. Even if it was acting as MI6 claims to be. The odd dead Russian traitor is no big threat to the British way of life. Big capital will however take away most people’s livelihood and the PC brigade their culture.

  • Sinbad2

    The British have been trying to destroy Russia for hundreds of years.
    The Crimean war was Britain trying to add Russia to the British empire.
    Britain also tried to stop the reunification of Germany.
    I simply cannot understand the compulsion that the US/UK/Israel have for trying to enslave others.