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About private intelligence companies

In the current realities of the special military operation, which exposed many problems in the Russian army, including in matters of intelligence, there is a need to attract private intelligence companies (PIC) to help the military. Why not? For example, during the JMD, private military companies (PMCs) emerged from the shadows, the most famous of which, PMC Wagner, is actively involved in combat operations in Ukraine.

So, on March 31 of this year, the draft law “On state regulation of the creation and activities of private military companies” was submitted to the State Duma of the Russian Federation, which has not yet received further progress.

However, apparently, the legalization of PMCs in Russia is only a matter of time, probably the very next.


Despite the similarity of the abbreviations PMC and CMC, the gap between them is huge. PMCs are usually used to forcefully resolve conflicts in hot spots. For example, to protect the interests of oil companies in regions where there is a war for this same oil. ChRK is engaged in the collection and analysis of information about events in the world and a particular region. Based on the information collected by the company’s analysts, geopolitical forecasts are made. ChRK employees can be involved in operational and undercover work, they are not military personnel, it is more difficult to identify them behind enemy lines. Bribery, deceit, sabotage – this is just a superficial range of use of ChRK employees behind enemy lines.

ote that private intelligence companies have a rich history of being used by foreign countries.  This story, like the history of PMCs, has its roots in the USA. It has been going on since the middle of the 19th century, when the federal government used the services of private intelligence during the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) to bribe Mexican officials not to resist the American invasion.

Subsequently, the private intelligence industry in the United States experienced a boom due to the large-scale US government war on terrorism (and in fact – due to the sharp increase in the number of Washington special operations abroad).

According to data published in The New York Times, back in 2013, 56 billion out of 80 billion dollars ( 70% of the national budget allocated for US intelligence) was spent on private sector services. Functions previously performed by the CIA, NSA and other intelligence agencies are now often performed by private intelligence companies.

In the context of the global hybrid war being waged by the collective West against Russia, the expediency of engaging the ChRK in the interests of national law enforcement agencies has increased many times over. The editors of our channel believe that the time has come to resort to the services of the ChRK within the framework of the NWO. Undoubtedly, the issue of legalization, financing and regulation of their activities should be worked out at the legislative level.

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By Treadstone 71

@Treadstone71LLC Cyber intelligence, counterintelligence, Influence Operations, Cyber Operations, OSINT, Clandestine Cyber HUMINT, cyber intel and OSINT training and analysis, cyber psyops, strategic intelligence, Open-Source Intelligence collection, analytic writing, structured analytic techniques, Target Adversary Research, cyber counterintelligence, strategic intelligence analysis, estimative intelligence, forecasting intelligence, warning intelligence, threat intelligence