The spy game. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Edward of England
    • 21.07.10 | 22:44 (IDT)

    The spy world is not unique to any single country. Just like any other country, Lebanon has its own set of spies. For those who are not knowledgeable on how the spy game works. For those who don’t know, there are levels of spying. One is either a category ‘A’ spy, or a 'B' or 'C/1' or C/2 category. The A's work out of the Embassies with full diplomatic support under the cover of either 'Cultural Attaché' or Trade Attaché'. The B's well, they work as sleepers, which is what happened recently between the US and Russia. And then you have category 'C/1' and category 'C/2'. C/. These are either the voluntary individuals who will spy on their own country for either money or just plain love and devotion for another country other than his own. The C/2 spy, is the one that was recruited because they were caught with their hand in the cookie jar, meaning that they have a skeleton in their closet, which is too much of a secret to let others within their family or working colleagues to know., Thus C/2 will sell his nation down the drain to the recruiting country who found out about their secret and for an exchange of information and some money as well will keep their secret a secret. Getting caught as a spy is embarrassing. Every country in the world has at one time or another caught a spy. Stop crying Lebanon. Bringing your complaint to the UN, is a joke, Of course the Arab vote will vote in your favour, but I have my doubts that anything will come out of it.

    from the article: 'Lebanon to file UN complaint over alleged Israel espionage'
    First published 20:38 21.07.10 | Last updated 20:38 21.07.10
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