They call me Bond…. James Bond. 007 licenced to kill the great british assassin…. personally I liked Pierce Brosnin as Bond. He just looked the part yknow? Of course there is no denying that the stalwart 007 Sean Connery truly sounded the part. Now how to get Connery voice and Brosnin looks…. ok I rambled have you seen this site so far? Bond our fictitious hero of film worked for M… at MI6 which is Englands version of CIA. (Oh now how do we know this? Well Hollywood gave it away in Die Another Day and the gorgeous beauty who was the American counterpart…. Jinx! Halle Berry) However MI6 is your typical real I spy shop …. American big brother got his ideas on looking at us from his big brother The UK. Nuff said
… or is it?
“We work overseas to help make the uk a safer and more prosperous place” This is from thier website… that’s right… website. https://www.sis.gov.uk/
To Protect Lives At Home
The Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), often referred to outside the Service as MI6, has its iconic headquarters at Vauxhall Cross. Our mission is to provide Her Majesty’s Government with a global covert capability. We collect secret intelligence and mount operations overseas to prevent and detect serious crime, and promote and defend the national security and economic wellbeing of the United Kingdom. We work closely with the MI5 and GCHQ, and the secret nature of our work means we operate within a strict legal framework and report to government ministers. It takes people from a wide range of backgrounds with a variety of different skills to help counter the increasing number of threats to the UK. But they all share the same mission – to protect the country, its people and interests.
A national and global team
Our people are at the heart of our mission. We fulfil our operations in a number of ways – with the information our agents provide, the technical resources at our disposal and our close relationship with foreign intelligence and security services. These include The Security Service (MI5)and GCHQ, (their site doesn’t exactly tell what the letters stand for but they are into civilian and military stuff and you can find them on…twitter. They seem to be very happy to tell you this.) as well as other UK law enforcement agencies and government departments.
Hollywood imitating reality…. again.