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Overview of national security organizations

- Last update on December 25, 2018
By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author

Activities of national security agencies, such as FBI in the USA, CSIS in Canada, MI-5 in the UK, BND or Federal Intelligence Service in Germany (Bundesnachrichtendienst), Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and many others, have been a large part of my life since 1994 when I immigrated from Moscow, Russia to Toronto, Canada.

Note that here, in this article, I am going to discuss those secret agents who watch in secret cameras and control/dispatch stooges and go to all types of officials, supervisors, and others claiming that they (secret agents) are the most important people in the society.

I am still a Canadian citizen (as of August 2016). However, during this period of time since 1994, due to a simple inability to exist (sleep deprivation and other methods used by CSIS agents), I unsuccessfully tried to live in over 10 different cities in Canada and 13 times applied for political asylum in 7 countries of the EU (1998-2007).

I discovered that there was nearly no difference among communities of secret agents in other countries. Fortunately, my life became quieter during the last years and, currently, in 2016, I am able to write my reflections on those turbulent years of my life.

As one may realize, with many years of first-hand experience, I have got many fascinating details about the hidden life and methods used by secret agents of largest Western countries against targets. “Targets” are only a small group of people in the hierarchy used by agents in order to divide people into groups and categories. Other major categories include:

  • threats (or terrorist and brainwashed individuals who commit crimes)
  • important state officials (who provide perks for secret agents or may persecute agents)
  • stooges (millions of ordinary people usually used as “messengers” in order to influence targets, threats, and important state officials).

Comparing secret agents with other groups of people and professions, I found that major skills of security intelligence agents lie in these 3 areas:

a) how to make a person mildly obedient (so that this person could mindlessly execute some senseless trick as it is commonly done by millions of stooges every day)

b) how to make a person very obedient (so that he would cover up criminal activities, for example, within the communities of secret agents, even from other countries – hence, you can hear a lot about wrongdoings even of cops, but never of secret agents)

c) how to make a person totally obedient (so that he or she can kill anybody including their relatives and/or himself or herself).

These are the areas where secret agents possibly contributed to the “universal chest of knowledge and greatest discoveries” of humanity. This suggests that secret agents can be described, from their professional viewpoint and their place in the social matrix, as “lobotomy experts”. (I am still trying to figure out what this has to do with public safety and wellbeing of the society which the NSA agents were hired and paid for).

Due to the ability to monitor and control all types of discoveries and communication in the society, national security agents acquired all types of unique information related to developments in sciences, health included, and in human behavior. Therefore, for example, in the area of health, secret agents know which methods and techniques to use for themselves (and they secretly do), but you would not find any publicly-available information about details. I called it the “grab-it-for-yourself” mentality. This is one of the unique qualities of modern national security intelligence secret agents among all other public servants.

While stooges has exclusive trust in the holy nature of (local) secret agents and in everything that is done in the name of “national security”, it would be a huge stretch of imagination to assume that secret agents have understanding about social changes that are going on in the society or even about factors that make a single specific person more effective from the creativity viewpoint (i.e., to solve practical problems with measurable outcomes of his or her performance).

Thus, we can explore and discuss these factors and social topics ourselves, even on pages of this site.