Yes, it’s really crazy, and this parody Twitter account of the Mossad, Israel’s national intelligence agency, is having fun with the story.
Agents! We are proud to introduce our new species in global espionage. The Zionist Chameleon Of Death™.
— The Mossad (@TheMossadIL) February 13, 2018
But unfortunately, this insanity has led to the recent arrest of environmentalists, and one prominent Canadian-Iranian scientist has died in an Iranian prison, under suspicious circumstances.
Via Times of Israel.
The former chief-of-staff of Iran’s armed forces said Tuesday that Western spies had used lizards to “attract atomic waves” and spy on his country’s nuclear program.
It was the latest in a long line of incidents of Western countries, including Israel, being accused of deploying secret agents from the animal kingdom.
Hassan Firuzabadi, senior military adviser to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, was responding to questions from local media on the recent arrest of environmentalists….
“In their possessions were a variety of reptile desert species like lizards, chameleons… We found out that their skin attracts atomic waves and that they were nuclear spies who wanted to find out where inside the Islamic Republic of Iran we have uranium mines and where we are engaged in atomic activities,” he said.
Firuzabadi said Western spy agencies had “failed every time.”
His comments came after news that a leading Iranian-Canadian environmentalist, Kavous Seyed Emami, had committed suicide in prison after he was arrested along with other members of his wildlife NGO last month….
Twice in recent years, Turkish media has highlighted allegations that birds tagged with Israeli university tracking devices were on espionage missions.
In 2012, an eagle with an Israeli tag in Sudan was captured and alleged to be as a Mossad spy.
Two years earlier, an Egyptian official said Israel-controlled sharks may have been involved in a number of attacks on tourists in the Red Sea.
It’s a bird, it’s a shark, it’s a Mossad spy
They could recreate dinosaurs. Compys would be ideal for the task. Small, observant, and vicious!
Of course! Chameleons blend into their surroundings, can climb walls, have 360 field of vision, and can see in limited light. They’re the perfect spy. Only drawback is the carrier pigeon delivery service keeps eating them.
Just wait until they unleash the intelligent, mean and nasty crows.