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The $2 Trillion Mistake and the Conspiracy Against the US
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OP forgot... Pay attention to the dates.
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-99828.html
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RE: The $2 Trillion Math Mistake and the Trump Conspiracy Against the US
ICYMI just hours before #SOTU2019 Federal Prosecutors subpoenaed the Trump Inaugural Committee for Conspiracy Against the US

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One of the problems when you appoint your family, friends and their wives to your campaign and administration and you’re engage in a Conspiracy Against the US is that it’s just a matter of time before they are ALL indicted

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from June:
Ukrainian-American Alexander Rovt appears to have given Manafort a suspicious $3.5 million dollar loan right after Manafort left the Trump campaign—and was a snitch risk. This creates a link between Manafort and the Ukraine peace deal.
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/fed...me-n759866

Do you know how Oronov & Cohen were going to get paid for their help w the Peace plan⁉️ They were making money through their Ethanol deal. You know who ultimately controls gas and ethanol? Simeon Mogilevich

https://twitter.com/kelly2277/status/879199917327208449

Rovt & Artemenko and Spruce and Summerbreeze mortgages also tied to Thomas Barrack AND Ukrainian Peace Plan

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Doug Ammerman was Trump’s Inaugural Committee Treasurer. He’s corrupt too:

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Elliot Broidy was the finance vice chair for Trump’s Inaugural Committee. He is a criminal too...

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Jim Breyer, Mitch McConnell's brother-in-law, Facilitates Russia’s Takeover of Facebook through Yuri Milner

In 2005 Jim Breyer, a partner at Accel Partners, invested $1 million of his own money into Facebook and gained a seat on the board (1).

In Feb 2009 Jim Breyer visited Russia with a number of other Silicone Valley investors. While there, Yuri Milner, a Russian tech entrepreneur who founded DST with close ties to the Kremlin, hosted a dinner to cap the entire event (2). As one Moscow source put it:

DST has the backing of the big boys at the top in the Kremlin, which is why it will go from strength to strength (5)

Milner found out Breyer liked Impressionist art and took him to Russian’s Hermitage Museum to view Matisse paintings otherwise closed off to the public. Three months later Yuri Milner’s DST invested into Facebook at a bloated value. (2)

Mr Milner dismissed suggestions that at a valuation of $10bn he overpaid for his stake in Facebook, especially given that the social networking site has yet to prove it has turned to profit. (3)

it’s seen as a desperate and rather vulgar deal on the one hand—Milner buying a small stake in Facebook, valuing the entire company at $10 billion—and, on the other, Facebook debasing itself by taking Russian money. Russian money! In fact, it seems rather like a desperate deal for both parties (in the midst of the banking crisis, Facebook has only two other bidders for this round—and none from the top VC tier) (4)

https://www.reddit.com/r/RussiaLago/comm...it-android

"In 2005 Jim Breyer, a partner at Accel Partners, invested $1 million of his own money into Facebook and gained a seat on the board."
Timeline: Where Facebook got its funding
As Goldman Sachs, Accel Partners, and others clamor for a larger piece of Facebook and its valuation spirals upwards, here's a look back through all… http://fortune.com/2011/01/11/timeline-w...s-funding/

"In Feb 2009 Jim Breyer visited Russia with a number of other Silicone Valley investors. While there, Yuri Milner, a Russian tech entrepreneur who founded DST with close ties to the Kremlin, hosted a dinner to cap the entire event."

Facebook's friend in Russia
DST’s Yuri Milner makes big bets on social media companies and brings new clout -- along with a mysterious oligarch backer -- to Silicon Valley.…
http://fortune.com/2010/10/04/facebooks-...in-russia/

Continued:
https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/10873...18309.html

#MitchMcConnell Brother-in-Law One of the Masterminds of Trump- Russia #JimBreyer, Facilitates Russia's Takeover of Facebook through Yuri Milner In 2005 Jim Breyer, a partner at Accel Partners, invested $1 million of his own money into Facebook and gained a seat on the board

Mitch McConnell's brother-in-law Jim Breyer (married to Elaine Chao's sister Angela) has extensive ties to Russia This post by Puffin_Fitness is backed up by source links and covers info the mainstream media hasn't covered yet: https://www.reddit.com/r/RussiaLago/comm...ne_of_the/
http://fortune.com/2011/01/11/timeline-w...s-funding/

http://fortune.com/2010/10/04/facebooks-...in-russia/
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/f...sians.html
https://www.wired.com/2011/10/mf_milner/
https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2...dman-sachs
https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/no...r-investor
https://dealbook.nytimes.com/2011/09/28/...own-roots/
http://www.ambarclub.org/executive-education/

Jim Breyer and Rupert Murdoch

Then in Nov 2010 Jim Breyer invested into Artsy.net, run by Rupert Murdoch’s then-wife, Wendi Deng, and Russia oligarch Roman Abramovich’s then-wife, Dasha Zhukova. Jared Kushner’s brother, Josh, also invested in the fledgling company (1).

At the time Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation had a joint venture with the Russian mob-linked oligarch Boris Berezovsky, called LogoVaz News Corporation, that invested in Russian media (4). It was Berezovsky’s protege close to Putin, Roman Abramovich, who tied Berezovsky to the mob.

According to the Mirror Online, Abramovich paid Berezovsky tens, and even hundreds, of millions every year for "krysha", or mafia protection. (5)

In June 2011, Rupert Murdoch ended his foray into social media by selling Myspace to Justin Timberlake (2) and elected Jim Breyer to the board of News Corp (3).

https://www.businessinsider.com/what-is-...als-2016-6

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myspace
https://web.archive.org/web/199904280717...rp.com:80/
https://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/compa...-news-corp
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Abramovich

Jim Breyer and Yuri Milner invest in Prismatic

That same year, 2012, Jim Breyer invested in Prismatic, a news aggregate app, with Yuri Milner.

Prismatic’s technology works by crawling Facebook, Twitter and the web (“anything with a URL”) to find news stories. It then uses machine learning to categorize them by Topic and Publication. Prismatic users follow these Topics and Publications, as well as Individuals and the algorithm then uses these preferences and user-activity signals to present a relevant Newsfeed. (1)

Sounds like the beginning of what could be a propaganda dissemination tool. That goes in-line with Yuri Milner’s vision of Social Media. Milner’s theory:

“Zuckerberg’s Law”: Every 12 to 18 months the amount of information being shared between people on the web doubles... Over time people will bypass more general websites such as Google in favor of sites built atop social networks where they can rely on friends’ opinions to figure out where to get the best fall handbag, how to change a smoke detector, or whether to vacation in Istanbul or Rome. “You will pick your network, and the network will filter everything for you,” Milner explained. (2)

So how does Milner intend to utilize the data gathered through social media? Let’s see what Milner did to Russia’s top social media site, VK:

In January 2014, Durov sold his 12 percent stake to Ivan Tavrin, the CEO of major Russian mobile operator Megafon, whose second-largest shareholder is Alisher Usmanov, one of Russia’s most powerful oligarchs, a man who has long been lobbying to take over VK.

Then, in April 2014, Durov stated he had sold his stake in the company and became a citizen of St Kitts and Nevis back in February after "coming under increasing pressure" from the Russian Federal Security Service to hand over personal details of users who were members of a VK group dedicated to the Euromaidan protest movement in Ukraine. (3)

The Euromaidan protest ousted the Russian-backed president of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, whom Paul Manafort had worked to install. (4)
https://techcrunch.com/2012/12/05/prismatic/
http://fortune.com/2010/10/04/facebooks-...in-russia/
https://cointelegraph.com/news/what-ban-...ng-bitcoin
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Yanukovych


Facebook talks US Elections with Russia
In Oct 2012 Zuckerberg traveled to Moscow and met Dmitry Medvedev where they had a very interesting conversation:

Mr. Zuckerberg and Mr. Medvedev talked about Facebook’s role in politics, though only jokingly in reference to its importance in the American presidential campaign, according to Mr. Medvedev’s press office. (1)

While there he also visited Victor Vekselberg's Skolkovo, who’s currently under investigation by Mueller for donations to Trump (2).

The foundation may be a means for the Russian government to access our nation’s sensitive or classified research, development facilities and dual-use technologies” (3)

And took time to teach Russian's how to hack Facebook friend data, the same hack used by Cambridge Analytica, Donald Trump’s campaign data firm.


In a 2012 video, Facebook's Simon Cross shows the Moscow crowd how they can "get a ton of other information" on Facebook users and their friends. "We now have an access token, so now let's make the same request again and see what happens," Cross explains (YouTube). "We've got a little bit more data, but now we can start doing really interesting stuff. We can get my friends. We can get some more information about one of my friends. Here's Connor, who you'll meet later. Say 'hello,' Connor. He's waving. And we can also get a ton of other information as well." (4)

Facebook later hired the individual who hacked Facebook and sold the data to Cambridge Analytica (5).

A month after that visit, Putin propaganda mouth-piece Konstantin Rykov, claims he began helping with Trump’s presidential aspirations (6). Days later, Trump registered “Make America Great Again” (7). The following year, Russia's Troll Factory, the Internet Research Agency, was created as was Cambridge Analytica.
https://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/02/techn...arket.html
https://www.adweek.com/digital/zuckerber...-skolkovo/
https://apnews.com/5e533f93afae4a4fa5c2f...st-US-ties
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Rupert Murdoch, Rhodes-Rothschild and De Beers

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Is there a connection between Rupert Murdoch and the House of Rothschild...?

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"Rupert Murdoch, the global media mogul who is now a kingmaker in American politics, was brought into those power circles by the infamous lawyer/activist Roy Cohn who arranged Murdoch’s first Oval Office meeting with President Ronald Reagan in 1983, according to documents released by Reagan’s presidential library.
http://spikethenews.blogspot.com/2015/07...d-and.html

Controversy Over Blood Diamonds Made Into Virtue by De Beers
2000: https://www.nytimes.com/2000/08/22/busin...beers.html

why does this sound so familiar?

Diamond Psychology
Posted on May 15, 2012 by AJ Kessler

Most people are probably aware that diamonds aren’t particularly rare and that their price is mostly a function of cartel control over the supply (De Beers) and good advertising. While this is true, the story behind it is fascinating (and well told by Edward Jay Epstein, recently republished by the Atlantic, 30 years after its original publication). Even after consolidating nearly every aspect of the diamond trade, from mining to processing, to polishing, to sales, De Beers had a major problem: supply was far outpacing demand.

In Europe, where diamond prices had collapsed during the Depression, there seemed little possibility of restoring public confidence in diamonds. In Germany, Austria, Italy, and Spain, the notion of giving a diamond ring to commemorate an engagement had never taken hold. In England and France, diamonds were still presumed to be jewels for aristocrats rather than the masses. Furthermore, Europe was on the verge of war, and there seemed little possibility of expanding diamond sales. This left the United States as the only real market for De Beers’s diamonds. In fact, in 1938 some three quarters of all the cartel’s diamonds were sold for engagement rings in the United States. Most of these stones, however, were smaller and of poorer quality than those bought in Europe, and had an average price of $80 apiece. Oppenheimer and the bankers believed that an advertising campaign could persuade Americans to buy more expensive diamonds.

How do you pump up demand for neatly aligned carbon atoms? First, you understand who you’re selling to, why they’d be interested in buying, and then you sell a story:

N. W. Ayer [De Beer’s ad agency] suggested that through a well-orchestrated advertising and public-relations campaign it could have a significant impact on the “social attitudes of the public at large and thereby channel American spending toward larger and more expensive diamonds instead of “competitive luxuries.” Specifically, the Ayer study stressed the need to strengthen the association in the public’s mind of diamonds with romance. Since “young men buy over 90% of all engagement rings” it would be crucial to inculcate in them the idea that diamonds were a gift of love: the larger and finer the diamond, the greater the expression of love. Similarly, young women had to be encouraged to view diamonds as an integral part of any romantic courtship.

Once the story took shape, De Beers started telling that story everywhere:

. . . the advertising agency [also] strongly suggested exploiting the relatively new medium of motion pictures. Movie idols, the paragons of romance for the mass audience, would be given diamonds to use as their symbols of indestructible love. In addition, the agency suggested offering stories and society photographs to selected magazines and newspapers which would reinforce the link between diamonds and romance. Stories would stress the size of diamonds that celebrities presented to their loved ones, and photographs would conspicuously show the glittering stone on the hand of a well-known woman.
http://www.ajkesslerblog.com/diamond-psychology/

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Mueller is examining Inaugural Committee donors who have business or personal connections in Russia, Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates and Qatar- including Blavatnik, Intrater and Vekselberg

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/exclusiv...d=55054482

The 20 person Inaugural Committee which raised funds to cover the cost of the inaugural balls and other events, included Trump friends and top donors, potential picks for Govt positions and 7 members of The Forbes 400

https://www.forbes.com/sites/chasewithor...stivities/

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Isn't it brilliant when rich people avoid their taxes? "Hahahaha, up yours public services!", says The Sun

Because no one's going to cheer when Rupert Murdoch and his pals pay less than their fair share, you take a much-loved public figure, and frame his tax avoidance as cocking a snook at the Establishment.

Not paying taxes is cast as funny and edgy, a clever move that others should emulate. The reality, of course, is that it robs @TheSun's own readers of good health, education and social security. They bank on few people making the connection.

"Diddy do well"? No, he did harm

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Let's talk about weaponized bots, algorithm exploitation, countermeasures, and counter-countermeasures. <A MEGATHREAD>

So I'm checking YouTube on my phone and see a picture of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Trump side by side. Clearly that's a big deal so I consider clicking on it... but it looks a little weird. Then I see the 135,000 views in one day and I'm like WHOA this must be real <le click>


The video is clearly a bot voice reading a script. "Wow" I thought. How the heck did they come up with ways to auto-make YouTube videos, AND upload it? Impressived. I recognize that this video is meant to manipulate me so I go to close the video....but HOLD ON, WHAT?
HOW IN THE WORLD does a video like that have a 2,400 to 143 like to dislike ratio? Are people of that particular persuasion truly this dumb?
Surely not. I submit to you that this is weaponized algorithm exploitation... and I'd like to talk about what I think is up.

When you go to a video... You get several suggestions, mostly because of stuff you watch. The weight loss thing is probably there because I told my wife I need to lose 5 lbs this morning, whatever... but the OTHER things are stuff that YouTube is gambling that I'd like to see.

The MAJOR KEY ? to getting a ton of views on YouTube is to get in this sidebar, or suggested videos. I don't know who "The Small Workshop" is, but they've won the algorithm shuffle this time. I'd probably click that.


Anyway… back to the weird stuff. I got to thinking about how such a weird video could get in my sidebar with 135k views and a crazy like/dislike ratio…. So I searched for that particular title. What I found was disturbing.
If you search for the title “"After trump sends note to Ginsburg"... you see a ton of… well dang it… this is a coordinated attack. Tons of videos that are *just* different enough to not trip the algorithm are uploaded to work in concert together.
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They all use the exact same script, but the computerized voices are different to not trip YouTube's audio detectors, the videos all use different footage to avoid any visual content ID match. This is offensive AI at work, and it's built to avoid every countermeasure..... slick.

The like/dislike ratio on all of them is good, (The YouTube algorithm likes that) meaning it’s been artificially inflated by either bots, or an army of people sitting at computers clicking “like”.

much more:
https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/10918...23040.html

or both !

we already see how this AI gaming and disinfo works on the fuckheads just here on LOP .. amplification and normalization routines clearly visible
Let's add Cambridge Analshitbrickyademocracykillah Data from social profiling and Bannon's 'mindfuck machine' to the mix in this pretty conclusive demonstration how AI is being used to game the system still... as it was in 2016

nothing has been done to investigate and make any of the people responsible accountable.

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Think censorship is the main threat to free speech? Think again: The new censors won't remove your words — they'll drown them out.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/...story.html
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-09-2019 01:44 PM)
Let's talk about weaponized bots, algorithm exploitation, countermeasures, and counter-countermeasures. <A MEGATHREAD>

So I'm checking YouTube on my phone and see a picture of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Trump side by side. Clearly that's a big deal so I consider clicking on it... but it looks a little weird. Then I see the 135,000 views in one day and I'm like WHOA this must be real <le click>


The video is clearly a bot voice reading a script. "Wow" I thought. How the heck did they come up with ways to auto-make YouTube videos, AND upload it? Impressived. I recognize that this video is meant to manipulate me so I go to close the video....but HOLD ON, WHAT?
HOW IN THE WORLD does a video like that have a 2,400 to 143 like to dislike ratio? Are people of that particular persuasion truly this dumb?
Surely not. I submit to you that this is weaponized algorithm exploitation... and I'd like to talk about what I think is up.

When you go to a video... You get several suggestions, mostly because of stuff you watch. The weight loss thing is probably there because I told my wife I need to lose 5 lbs this morning, whatever... but the OTHER things are stuff that YouTube is gambling that I'd like to see.

The MAJOR KEY ? to getting a ton of views on YouTube is to get in this sidebar, or suggested videos. I don't know who "The Small Workshop" is, but they've won the algorithm shuffle this time. I'd probably click that.


Anyway… back to the weird stuff. I got to thinking about how such a weird video could get in my sidebar with 135k views and a crazy like/dislike ratio…. So I searched for that particular title. What I found was disturbing.
If you search for the title “"After trump sends note to Ginsburg"... you see a ton of… well dang it… this is a coordinated attack. Tons of videos that are *just* different enough to not trip the algorithm are uploaded to work in concert together.
[Image: OPXyje8.gif]

They all use the exact same script, but the computerized voices are different to not trip YouTube's audio detectors, the videos all use different footage to avoid any visual content ID match. This is offensive AI at work, and it's built to avoid every countermeasure..... slick.

The like/dislike ratio on all of them is good, (The YouTube algorithm likes that) meaning it’s been artificially inflated by either bots, or an army of people sitting at computers clicking “like”.

much more:
https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/10918...23040.html

or both !

we already see how this AI gaming and disinfo works on the fuckheads just here on LOP .. amplification and normalization routines clearly visible
Let's add Cambridge Analshitbrickyademocracykillah Data from social profiling and Bannon's 'mindfuck machine' to the mix in this pretty conclusive demonstration how AI is being used to game the system still... as it was in 2016

nothing has been done to investigate and make any of the people responsible accountable.

This is what the post-digital age looks like and it's scary as hell! AI used as a mindfuck machine.

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Fork  Wrote: (02-09-2019 03:06 PM)
This is what the post-digital age looks like and it's scary as hell! AI used as a mindfuck machine.

watch these red hat fuckheads ..every single thing that they use to promote their brand is coming from this same AI packed full with psychological profies of billions of people.. being disseminated via VPN and amplified thru discord irc and places like GAB etc

Amplified messages.. normalization of those messages.. keep a list.

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be mindful, keep the bigger picture front and center.. let them know we know exactly what they are doing. did I mention ,keep a list? never doubt yourself... your individual view of this attack is just a important as anyone else's. These bullies can't win, all that they have is false disparaging democracy destroying scripted disinfo.
Convergence
  • Convergence Is Worse Than Collusion
    more:
    https://twitter.com/karolcummins/status/...3198086144


    why is all this important?

    Convergence is a bigger deal than electoral collusion.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/567368/


    It means U.S. policy isn't just at the whim of a buffoonish campaign cheat. It's at the whim of a man who shares Putin's fundamental goals, which are antithetical to U.S. democracy

    "While...Americans are concerned that the Trump campaign may have colluded w/Russia to influence the 2016 election, Trump’s outright convergence of interests w/Putin...may well prove far more damaging for U.S. interests in the long run."

    Trump & Putin share a similar world view & traits. They:
    ?Feel disrespected & looked down upon
    ?Favor bribable cronies over legitimate experts
    ?Create scapegoats to distract supporters
    ?Peddle conspiracy & outright lie

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    chuckle
    and of course
    My Psychological Analysis :

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    Code:
    This is an operational unit of information terrorists helping to transform the way Americans consume news in the age of Trump—some of the central nodes that give order to the information deluge and around which bot armies and human amplification networks can be organized, wiped out, reconstituted, and armed for attack.

    Because that is what they do: attack. Many reporters who cover this phenomenon have themselves been swarmed by attacks and harassment from the digital insurgency that these information terrorists—call them the cadre—command. Information terrorism is not a term I apply lightly. But if you accept the core definition of terrorism as "the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims," then there are few terms more apt to describe what this group has unleashed against their fellow Americans.

    The cadre coalesced and sharpened its edge starting in 2014 with Gamergate before throwing in with then-candidate Trump. It has promoted toxic conspiracies like Pizzagate and QAnon, and was ever-present around movements from Unite the Right to #releasethememo.

    This same information architecture was used to attack Blasey Ford and exonerate Kavanaugh. The attacks on Blasey Ford aimed to discredit and silence her using the same tactics that have been deployed to discredit and silence others over the past few years. As others have come forward to accuse Kavanaugh of wrongdoing—including Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick—they have been similarly harassed and smeared by the same machinery and themes.

    Some call this trolling, but that term is far too mild. These are not the proverbial hoodied losers in some basement, engaging with other humans only via videogames and 8chan. This cadre has hundreds of thousands of followers and devotees on Twitter, Instagram, Gab, and other social media, many of whom will post and amplify their views even after the personalities themselves are kicked off the platforms for threats and rules violations. The network also takes advantage of affiliations with increasingly mainstream partisan media outlets that will subscribe to any argument that suits their current agenda.

    Ultimately, the followers—who are real people, not bots—are cultivated and activated: They don’t need be told to threaten or harass whoever the new enemy is because they already know their part in the play.
    more:
    https://www.wired.com/story/information-...e-america/


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    The illustrated triangles above, perhaps the best known in psychology (with emotions well identified) may furnish a better idea of how the game is played. They clearly show how each party uses negative emotions to create a situation with no resolution, a catch-22, switching roles and a thankless, pointless nonsensical cycle. The last one shows how to get out of the Karpman’s triangle to recover one’s mental health.
    more:
    https://cornerstone.ac.za/article-of-the...opolitics/


    Russia, Reflexive Control, and the Subtle Art of Red Teaming
    To understand the Russian approach to strategy and conflict, we must first understand something about the concept of reflexive control. Initially developed and championed by Vladimir Lefebvre, it’s a uniquely Russian view on stratagem and deception that repackages and reframes much of what we usually associate with Sun Tzu. If we expect deception and stratagem from China but not from Russia, we’ve set yourself up to be surprised. We’d be foolish to assume that the Russians are not currently employing reflexive control against the West.
    By definition, reflexive control is “a means of conveying to a partner or an opponent specially prepared information to incline him to voluntarily make the predetermined decision desired by the initiator of the action.”
    1. In other words, when employing the theory of reflexive control, you paint a picture of the world, that, if successful, your opponent accepts. This false picture compels your opponent to act in your favor. A close term in the U.S. lexicon is “perception management,”
    2. although the tone of reflexive control is arguably broader and more Machiavellian.
      Examples of the types of reflexive interactions include “transfer of an image of the situation,” “creation of a goal for the opponent,” “transfer of a decision,” “formation of goal by transferring an image of the situation,” and “transfer of an image of one’s own perception of the situation.”
    3. These types (and others) suggest that when employing reflexive control, an opponent manipulates not just our perceptions but also our decision algorithms.
    more:
    https://redteamjournal.com/2016/10/reflexive-control/

    Trump and his supporters and Putin and I dare say his supporters also, are perpetually pushing themselves into the victim role in the drama triangle via the rampant social media social engineering and decades old psyops.

    The individual and group narcissistic values and virtues are amplified and normalized as they are pushed past the pathological NPD stages..

    Authoritarian cult of personality collectivism 101.

    How to mobilize unhinged elements of society to dismantle systems that prevent oligarchic plutocratic oppression of the masses and consolidating power and money into the hands of a few. All while gaslighting and asserting the people that uphold Democratic freedoms and the rights of the individual are in the role of the persecutor of the Karpman’s triangle and the Anti-Democracy thought terrorists are the saviors and liberators from the shackles of democracy.

    Again.
    Bring it.
    Trump and his megaphones have a vision of people defending democratic rights and values and systems as this unfocused , disjointed extremist collective like themselves because they are groomed for decades to attack people defending a balanced capitalism with mixed economy ,corporate regulation and public purpose spending as communists.

    The people defending democracy from the populist extremism are not communists ,who if you look at history follow authoritarian personality cults and demagogues that consolidate power for an elite class. They have defended democracy against the likes of this before.

    Defending democracy means defending mixed economy capitalist society, public purpose spending , NOT crony capitalism, corporatism or plutocratic oligarchy that Trump represents...

    They are the cult following extreme political ideology here , not anyone else.

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Post: #15
RE: The $2 Trillion Mistake and the Conspiracy Against the US
The President of the United States made a joke about genocide.

Quote:Donald Trump is referencing the Trail of Tears, in which Andrew Jackson forced 16,000 Native Americans to relocate on foot through freezing temperatures. 2,000-8,000 died along the way.

https://twitter.com/i/events/1094379026255306752

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