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Espionage Manual 2, Hindu vs. Muslim Espionage
Espionage Manual 2 - Hindu vs. Muslim Espionage
Pakistan's ISI Spies are Defeating India's Spies
© 2006
102 pages; 9 chapters
Espionage Manual #2 - Hindu vs. Muslim Espionage, the second of
QuikManeuvers’ espionage manuals, includes some astounding facts regarding
history of spies and spying. Ancient Indian spies, which were Hindu spies
of the Indian sub-continent of Asia, were a thousand years ago more modern, better
organized, and more effective than the modern American CIA. It is ironic that the
more effective
ancient Indian spy methods have been forgotten by India’s
modern Intelligence Bureau and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). Both spy
agencies have been influenced too much by the CIA. Yet, the
Hindu spy agencies
are quite effective, and well they should be, since they face, as their major nemesis
the evil
Pakistani ISI. The ISI, one of the most ruthless spy agencies, is the
ally of al-Qaeda and muslim imperialism/terrorism, as well as the enemy of India and
the USA. The strange shape of the
ISI vs. Hindu enmity is described in
Espionage Manual #2 - Hindu vs. Muslim Espionage.
Review Table of Contents
Initially, induction into RAW relied primarily on trained intelligence officers, who were recruited directly. These
belonged to the external wing of the Intelligence Bureau (IB). However, quite a few were taken from police and other
services to fill the cadres of RAW owing to its sudden expansion. Later RAW began recruiting promising fresh
graduates from the Universities directly. The criteria for selection are fairly stringent.
Basic Training
Basic training commences with 'pep talks' to boost the morale of the new recruit. This is a ten days' phase in which the
fresh inductee is familiarized with the world of intelligence and espionage and alienated from the spies of fiction.
Common usages, technical jargon and classification of information are taught. Case studies of other agencies like
CIA, KGB, Chinese Secret Agency and ISI are presented for study. He is also taught that an intelligence organization
does not basically identify a friend from a foe, it is the country's foreign policy that do.
Phase II
The fresh recruit's training continues and he is now posted in some remote outpost, attached to a Field Intelligence
Bureau (FIB). His training here lasts for a period of six months to a year. He is given a first hand feeling of what it was
to be out in the cold, in the danger area conducting clandestine operation. During night exercises, under conditions of
absolute realism, he is taught infiltration and exfiltration. He is instructed to avoid capture and if caught, how to face
intensive interrogation; the art of reconnaissance, making contacts, and, the numerous skills of operating an
intelligence mission. At the end of the field training, the new recruit is brought back to the Spy School for final
polishing. Before his deployment in the field, he is given exhaustive training in the art of self-defense, an introduction
to martial arts and the use of technical espionage devices. He is also drilled in various administrative disciplines so that
he could take his place in the foreign missions without arousing suspicion. He is now ready to operate under the cover
of an Embassy to gather information, set up his own network of informers, moles or operatives as the task may
require. RAW agents are not taught to obtain information from enemy news reports, like the US CIA, which is very fond
of this method.”
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