Russian Secret Service graduates break the first rule of being secret agents

55.74% credibility
 
Related

10 Vitamins women should take to prevent serious health problems!

Luffy News
224 points

This mom s punishment for her son is getting praise from all over the world

Luffy News
252 points



Most recent

El peligro es evidente: Hallan tasas de microplásticos inesperadamente altas en las heces d bebés

NOTICIAS-ETF
196 points

No preocuparse por nada

Está pasando - ETF
8 points

12 de octubre de 1966

Está pasando - ETF
12 points

Lanzan plataforma de viajes para apoyar a la reactivación del turismo

Alejandra Piña
16 points

Hombre sensato, hombre insensato

Está pasando - ETF
8 points

ENCUENTRO ENTRE DOS MUNDOS?

pensamiento Libre
110 points

La teoría de la conspiración que defiende que el Titanic nunca se hundió

NOTICIAS-ETF
162 points

¿Ciegos?

Está pasando - ETF
10 points

Leamos, por favor

Está pasando - ETF
6 points

El bulo de que sólo cada 823 años el mes de octubre tiene 5 viernes, 5 sábados y 5 domingos

NOTICIAS-ETF
282 points
SHARE
TWEET
geek- Being accepted into the ranks of your government’s secret service must be an equally exciting and frustrating time. As soon as training starts you can’t tell anyone what you’re really doing because you’re trying to be a secret agent. And when you graduate? Your entire career will be one of lying to those around you about what you really do at work.



Russian Secret Service graduates break the first rule of being secret agents

Russia trains a lot of Secret Service employees. How do we know that? Because a recent round of graduates from the Russian Secret Service school decided to make a video to celebrate graduating.

Have you spotted the mistake they made? Notably, showing their faces in the professionally produced video, which also involves the Secret Service’s fleet of Mercedes Gelandewagens.

Rival intelligence agencies around the world will be busy dissecting this video, logging all the faces shown and creating a file for each. If any of these graduates are sent to other countries in the years to come and attempt to secure positions in sensitive areas they will be flagged and kicked out, or quietly fed all the wrong information just to mess with the Russians.

Ultimately, the graduates may have rendered themselves useless to their Secret Service, or at least doomed themselves to low ranking desk jobs for the rest of their careers. And that’s if they still have careers. The Russian Federal Secret Service (FSB) has launched an investigation, and retired FSB general-major Alexander Mikhailov has publicly said the act classes as both a betrayal and treason.

Fuente: www.geek.com
SHARE
TWEET
To comment you must log in with your account or sign up!
Featured content