Jump to content


Twenty-Five Rules of Disinformation

Pcychology psyops propaganda techniques disinformation

59 replies to this topic

#51 status - Ghost

status - Ghost
  • Guests

Posted 25 June 2016 - 02:13 PM

The title of this thread is misleading. There are more than 25 rules. Plus, those who practice these things on a daily basis? Are they deceived, themselves? Or, have they sold their souls and those close to them and are OK with it....


:mellow:  :Beware:  the Mad Men!




Online Deception Question & Answer Review-Online Deception

  • 0

#52 status - Chuckles

status - Chuckles
  • Guests

Posted 25 June 2016 - 02:48 PM


100 Plus Types and Examples of Internet Trolls



How many of those behaviors are guilty of?









  • 0

#53 status - Guest

status - Guest
  • Guests

Posted 25 June 2016 - 03:21 PM

How many of those behaviors are guilty of?













  • 0

#54 status - Ghost

status - Ghost
  • Guests

Posted 29 June 2016 - 11:24 AM

Dark Side of Cyberspace Images

  • 0

#55 status - Guest

status - Guest
  • Guests

Posted 11 July 2016 - 04:16 PM



  • 0

#56 status - Bart

status - Bart
  • Guests

Posted 13 July 2016 - 09:29 AM


ummmm.....what mask would be good today?







  • 0

#57 status - Pasta

status - Pasta
  • Guests

Posted 13 July 2016 - 09:42 AM

The Tabloid behavior of Trolls
Their mission has nothing to do with national security, fighting terrorism, and catching criminals. Their mission is to distort public opinion and spread propaganda in order to generate a ‘consensus reality’ – and they are responsible for polluting the internet with much of the garbage in comment sections, Facebook groups, forums and bogus blog posts. 
20 Habits of Paid Trolls
1) Post one diary every quarter
2) Never tip
3) Never completely disagree - just throw the comment thread off track
4) Post at the top of the diary
5) Never recommend (only gives issue more visibility)
6) Work in shifts so are ready 24 hours a day - 7 days a week
7) When comments get troll rated - dump ID and move to new ID
8) Use multiple IDs' and computers so can post under as many as 8 names in a single diary
9) Have an alert system to have other post on diaries that are "dangerous" to their employers (most likely a Koch brother front group/health insurance co employee)
10) Mostly make hard to read cutting edge stories in their infancy - mainstream popular diaries get too many views for paid trolls to have much of an impact
11) Discourage new diary posters
12) Turn off readers with a hostile tone, vicious, or condescending attack
13) Call your statistics arbitrary, ask you to check your figures, doubt your analysis or facts,
14) Tell readers your story lacks facts, that your story lacks depth, that your story lacks research, that your links prove nothing, that your conclusions are wrong etc (of course a troll will never offer a shred of "evidence" to back up a single of their assertions)
15) Write using a dismissive, surly tone
16) Dismiss diary writer or comment posters as not quite right
17) Have a tag line about anything but what dKos is about - but not actually opposing what dKos is about
18) No personal identities on their page
19) Never offer any constructive ideas
20) Complain that someone is not following the dKos "rules"

  • 0

#58 Feathers


    Premium Member

  • Moderators
  • 597 posts

Posted 21 November 2016 - 07:59 PM



More on them here:







Does it chill your speech to think about it?






What is disinformation without surveillance?





  • 0
Posted Image

#59 status - Ghost

status - Ghost
  • Guests

Posted 06 January 2017 - 04:19 PM

Due to their cruel betrayals of humanity, dishonesty, and monumental human rights violations the truth is a threat to the control of the shadow government. Due to the truth being a threat, massive disinformation campaigns to alter the public's perception of information have taken place in the last 50 years.
Disinformation Tactics
-Predictive Programming is Central to Disinformation
-Most Effective Predictive Programming Operations Hit Believers and Disbelievers
-Covert Means of Psychological Direction
-Disinformation Formula: Truth Mixed with Psychological Operation Hooks
-Belief System Engineering
-Manipulated Beliefs - Predictively Programmed Disbeliefs
-False by Association / Discredited by Association
-"Feel Good" Content Mixed with Disinformation
-Using Derivatives of the Truth in Disinformation
-Cover Stories Developed for Sensitive Subjects/Operations
-Unwitting Disinformation Assets
Disinformation Programs
-Mind Control Programs Aimed at All Demographics
-Mainstream Media Disinformation Programs
-Alt Media Controlled Opposition
-New Age & Extraterrestrial Disinformation Programs (AI Channelers, Black Ops "Contactees", etc)
-Spiritual Warfare Disinformation Programs
-Science Disinformation Programs
-Religious Disinformation Programs
-Psychology Disinformation Programs
-Big Pharma Disinformation Programs
-Hollywood Disinformation Programs
-Corporate Disinformation Programs
-Education Disinformation Programs
-War on Drugs Disinformation Programs
-War on Terror Disinformation Programs
-Disinformation Augmented by Directed Energy Weapon Based Mind Control
"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." ~William Casey, CIA Director (from first staff meeting in 1981)

  • 0

#60 status - Guest

status - Guest
  • Guests

Posted 27 October 2017 - 04:09 PM

Just a few examples on how everyone has been had these tactics:


Six Bizarre Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out to Be True
Mainstream media has done their due diligence to slap a label on any news story that doesn’t fit their agenda, which we’ve come to discover is dictated by the world’s elite. Many stories are derided as mere conspiracy theories, ensuring they don’t receive serious consideration and are instead viewed as some sort of backward joke.
Conspiracy theories are stigmatized because people don’t want false news filling up their heads, and how can anyone blame them? Yet, because mainstream media has garnered the reputation of being the go-to for factual information, they have the ability to take possible truths and immediately have them ridiculed and dismissed.
But alternative outlets and powerful people such as WikiLeaks, Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, and many unbiased journalists are paving the path to break such stigmas. They are opening people up to the notion that they should decide for themselves whether many of the “conspiracy theories” the mainstream so readily trashes are worth further consideration; to the notion that, in fact, the mainstream may be actively suppressing the truth rather than promoting it.
Here are five examples of conspiracy theories that proved to be true:
1. U.S. Military Fired 300 Shells at North Vietnamese Torpedo Boats That Weren’t Even There
2. The FBI Harassed Political Groups to Discredit and Smear Them
3. U.S. Military Leaders Devise Plan to Kill Innocent People and Put the Blame on Cuba
4. The CIA Bought Influence and Control Among the Major Media Outlets
5. The CIA Ran Secret Mind Control Experiments on U.S. Citizens From the 1950s Until 1973

  • 0

Reply to this topic


Similar Topics Collapse

IPB Skin By Virteq