MkFawkes: Triple Threat

“MKFawkes was an undercover spy for the United States. He infiltrated Eastern European organized crime groups and passed their intel to the United States. He was also a spy for Russia, where he worked as a double agent in the American intelligence community, feeding them false information that painted America in a bad light. And finally, he also worked for England as their secret operative when he needed cash but couldn’t get it from Russia or the United States.”

– anonymous

What they don’t know is that in the cyber world it’s all global – it’s a never ending battleground to have control of the stick.

I pretty much know that now, and is there someone on top of the pyramid? Yes, and I know who they are. I just know better these days so espionage hasn’t really been my thing. Now I’m more into propaganda.

C

I’ve made an MK Culture. It’s the foundation to the playing board of #thegame23

And finally, he also worked for England as their secret operative when he needed cash but couldn’t get it from Russia or the United States. – Remember that bit? You see I can be quite the surprise party blower. I knew what was happening all along. The ULTRA was too strong however.

I’m much more…content now.

2 thoughts on “MkFawkes: Triple Threat

  1. thats great. long time ago, mi6 had very straight rule about nationality of its employees. the law was simple, you should be British to be an officer… almost forget it. field officer who gather information from the crime organization, they were not high rank officer in that time. so their info was not that valuable for other party… but its seem the whole system work differently this days.

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