Who was Ian Fleming? Spy? Commando? Playboy? What Nazi Secrets did his 30 Assault Unit Intelligence-Gathering Commandos Discover? What was he Warning Us About in his James Bond 007 Spy Novels? Was He Murdered?
Most spy fiction and movie lovers know Ian Fleming as the inspiration behind the wildly popular James Bond series, but the seemingly harmless hero myth of Agent 007, is in fact Fleming himself; a British naval intelligence commander during World War II and afterwards, a MI6 operative under journalistic cover dropping hints and spilling secrets about the world's most dangerous people and associations. The terror organizations and doomsday devices found in the James Bond series were not merely dreamt up by Fleming--but were inspired by the intelligence he gathered during and after--World War II. Fans of James Bond, history, and military and spy conspiracy theories will be fascinated by the back-story of the now infamous spy novelist who warned of real danger in his engrossing... More > series.< Less
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By Paul Gibson
Nov 11, 2011
There is or was a real 007 that is an equation of the odds of a lone unorganized 311 militia man to defeat, survive and escape 900 navy jets, navy fleet, 1800 National air defense jets, 2 British war ships, 100's of ICBM's and he did it--he whoop there ass completly out.