-"Do you dare to suggest that I have given away my own agents!" "I don't stand for that, mister, but there's a stool pigeon or a cross somewhere, and it's up to you to find out where it is. Anyhow I am taking no more chances. It's me for little Holland, and the sooner the better."
Von Bork had mastered his anger.
-I will not allow it to happen any more/I will stop it. (=don't stand for)
1. Do you agree?
2. STOOL PIGEON is a secret agent, but dictionaries don't say CROSS has the same meaning. Does CROSS mean the same?
3. Is the character going to Holland? Does the structure 'It's me for + place name' convey some different feeling/sense?