The CIA is trying to recruit Russian officials using videos
The US Central Intelligence Agency, trying to recruit more Russians as spies, released a video aimed at Moscow officials calling on them to tell the truth about a system infested with lying sycophants. Writes about this Reuters.
In July, CIA Director William Burns said that some Russians' dissatisfaction with the war in Ukraine was creating a rare spy recruiting opportunity that the CIA was not about to miss.
The agency posted a video on social media in Russian entitled “Why I Contacted the CIA: For Myself,” which shows a Russian official walking through the snow in what appears to be a Russian city.
“I insisted that it was unconscionable to distort the truth in reports, but those who rose through the ranks did just that,” says the voiceover.
“I used to believe that the truth had some value,” the video says as the actor playing a Russian official enters a Russian government building and flashes his badge above Russia’s double-headed eagle.
“Perhaps others don’t want to hear the truth. But we want to,” the video says, before detailing how to contact the CIA, based in Langley, Virginia. “Honesty is rewarded.”
The second video, entitled “Why I Contacted the CIA: My Decision,” shows a similar video of an office employee, but with a slightly different voiceover.
“Why do some people's lives change more than others? And who decides this,” asks the voice-over.
"The best way to keep a prisoner from escaping is to make sure he never knows he's in prison."
“But we know what our reality is - the reality in which we live and the reality about which we speak in a whisper,” says the voice. - I don't believe in revolution. True life occurs where imperceptible changes occur in the souls of people. Invisible to my country, but not to me.”
“We will live with dignity. Thanks to my actions,” the monologue ends.
And the third video lists methods by which you can safely contact the CIA.
Following major failures in the 11/XNUMX attacks and the US war in Iraq, US and British intelligence agencies have declared an intelligence victory on Russia's invasion of Ukraine, providing advance warning of the Kremlin's plans.
Working in Moscow is so difficult for Western spies that during the Soviet era, “Rules of Conduct in Moscow” were developed for protection. They have been updated for modern Russia.
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Russia accuses Britain and the United States of supporting Ukraine in an attempt to dismember Russia and seize its natural resources, claims Washington and London deny.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, a former KGB spy who served in the former East Germany, has restored the influence of the once-powerful Soviet intelligence services, although the CIA says the Kremlin chief was poorly informed about the real situation in Ukraine before deciding to invade.
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