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Una puerta realista al mundo del espionaje: reseña de “How to run a ring of spies”

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X El librero

Este libro es unico en su tipo por varias razones, la primera es porque detalla todo el proceso por el cual el espionaje real y la informacion de inteligencia es producida y analizada. Este proceso se denomina HUMINT o inteligencia humana, otro tipo de informacion de inteligencia es el SIGINT o inteligencia de señales, es decir interecepcion de comunicaciones electronicas.

Da las claves de como reclutar agentes, organizar una red distintos tipos de agentes, desarrollar una fuente etc.

Este no es solo un libro sobre lo que hace las grandes agencias de inteligencia.

Este es un libro sobre como puedes hacerlo tu, lleva practica y entrenamiento pero lo vale.

Y la otra utilidad es como hacer que no te lo hagan a ti, o sea contrainteligencia.

Ahora bien, dicho sea de paso que en la practica anarquista ha habido de todo. Aunque pocos haciertos en comparacion con la proporcion garrafal de errores.

Desde poca o nula inteligencia, o contra inteligencia hasta  usar a las personas mas inadecuadas para la tarea. Personas que no pueden ver las cosas con objetividad sin ser influenciables ni sujestionables.

como dicen las reglas de moscu (añadidas abajo) no hay limite a la capacidad humana de racionalizar la realidad, y en esos se basa muchas veces el engaño.

sin mas preambulos aqui les dejo:

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las reglas de moscu: son una gran guia para operaciones clandestinas contra un enemigo poderoso

  1. Assume nothing.
  2. Technology will always let you down.
  3. Murphy is right.
  4. Never go against your gut.
  5. Always listen to your gut; it is your operational antennae.
  6. Everyone is potentially under opposition control.
  7. Don’t look back; you are never completely alone. Use your gut.
  8. Go with the flow; use the terrain.
  9. Take the natural break of traffic.
  10. Maintain a natural pace.
  11. Establish a distinctive and dynamic profile and pattern.
  12. Stay consistent over time.
  13. Vary your pattern and stay within your profile.
  14. Be non threatening: keep them relaxed; mesmerize!
  15. Lull them into a sense of complacency.
  16. Know the opposition and their terrain intimately.
  17. Build in opportunity but use it sparingly.
  18. Don’t harass the opposition.
  19. Make sure they can anticipate your destination.
  20. Pick the time and place for action.
  21. Any operation can be aborted; if it feels wrong, then it is wrong.
  22. Keep your options open.
  23. If your gut says to act, overwhelm their senses.
  24. Use misdirection, illusion, and deception.
  25. Hide small operative motions in larger non threatening motions.
  26. Float like a butterfly; sting like bee.
  27. When free, In Obscura, immediately change direction and leave the area.
  28. Break your trail and blend into the local scene.
  29. Execute a surveillance detection run designed to draw them out over time.
  30. Once is an accident; twice is a coincidence; three times is an enemy action.
  31. Avoid static lookouts; stay away from chokepoints where they can reacquire you.
  32. Select a meeting site so you can overlook the scene.
  33. Keep any asset separated from you by time and distance until it is time.
  34. If the asset has surveillance, then the operation has gone bad.
  35. Only approach the site when you are sure it is clean.
  36. After the meeting or act is done, “close the loop” at a logical cover destination.
  37. Be aware of surveillance’s time tolerance so they aren’t forced to raise an alert.
  38. If an alert is issued, they must pay a price and so must you.
  39. Let them believe they lost you; act innocent.
  40. There is no limit to a human being’s ability to rationalize the truth.

Are you using The Moscow Rules in your daily life?

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