Category Archives: Deception techniques

Psyops 101: disrupt, disorient, confuse

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The coronavirushoax is the biggest psychological operation to ever be unleashed on the world simultaneously.

We are seeing all the techniques of psywar in this operation.

Operation implies military.

No doubt they are supplying logistics to their overlords to run this show.

Here’s a 378 page document that we should all read to really understand what’s going on.

When reading the word enemy, realise that’s you.

A broad definition of psychological operations details the planned use of communications to influence human attitudes and behavior. They consist of political, military, and
ideological actions conducted on target groups to create desired behavior, emotions, and attitudes . If used properly, PSYOP will precede, accompany, and follow all applications of force. The military should carry out this course of action under the broader umbrella of national policy. In addition, it should coordinate fully and carefully the military component of the overall PSYOP effort with other agencies of government.

More specifically, PSYOP can demoralize, disorient, and confuse hostile groups. Against such groups, psychological operations are employed as offensive weapons to enhance the overall effectiveness of military operations. They also can unite, inform, and bolster the morale of nonhostile groups.

When targeting neutral or friendly groups, they are used to support military objectives by developing cooperative attitudes and behavior in the targeted group.

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At least 33 / Experts Warn

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Markus reveals 2 big coded phrases that indicate media fakery.

From his audio of 9-23-2010.

Royal Institute of International Affairs

Try both for today’s results!

At least 33

Experts warn

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The Delphi Technique. What Is It?

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Markus has talked a great deal about the Delphi method when changing people’s minds and creating consensus.

If this method is used fairly, and if our experts were chosen fairly and transparently regarding the coronavirushoax, then using the Delphi technique we’d be out of this war game simulation.

Here’s a doc showing (sort of) how the technique can be used for steering a crowd.

It also describes the diamond technique to manipulate a crowd.

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Cover and conditioning

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Ever wonder why there is always a drill before a major psyop military operation?

The intelligence/military is no doubt running the coronavirushoax worldwide campaign.

No other organization has the money or infrastructure to run such a campaign. Gates and his public health androgynes are simply the face of the beast, although Gates will still profit handsomely.

Here’s the manual on how to prime the psyop pump from Deception 101.

Two other specialized terms utilized in military deception are conditioning and cover. Conditioning is the repetition of what could be preparations for a hostile action which you do not commit?thereby
lulling the victim into a false sense of security. It is a variation of the “familiarity breeds contempt” theme. This is a concept which is often
associated with the outbreak of warfare and relates to peacetime activities which might or might not be preparations for war. It could
also, however, refer to repetitive behavior in the conduct of ongoing
military operations which is used to desensitize an enemy to a threat.
Cover is the use of an apparently nonthreatening activity to disguise preparation for or initiation of a hostile act. A common example is the use of a training exercise to hide preparations for an attack. If the training exercise was the last in a long series of training
exercises which had not led to actual hostile action in the past, this could also be an example of conditioning?hence the tendency to refer to “conditioning and cover.” The two concepts are linked by their complementary definitions. In recent years, both the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the Falklands War of 1982 were launched under the
cover of training exercises similar to exercises which had occurred before.

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Covid lies Tinkerbelling loudly

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The Tinkerbell effect is an American English expression describing things that are thought to exist only because people believe in them. The effect is named after Tinker Bell, the fairy in the play Peter Pan, who is revived from near death by the belief of the audience.…
The illusory truth effect (also known as the validity effect, truth effect, or the reiteration effect) is the tendency to believe false information to be correct after repeated exposure.…

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Also, don’t trust what the NYTimes says

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Since it’s a well known CIA fed Project Mockingbird operation.

While Fakeologist can’t guarantee results, we can and will talk about disinfo and try and sort out what’s real and what’s not.

We always start out with fake, and work our way up to real. Not the reverse.

via POM

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The Gentleman’s Guide To Forum Spies (spooks, feds, etc.) 

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Good reading.

COINTELPRO Techniques for dilution, misdirection and control of a internet forum..   There are several techniques for the control and manipulation of a internet forum no matter what, or who is on it. We will go over each technique and demonstrate that only a minimal number of operatives can be used to eventually and effectively gain a control of a ‘uncontrolled forum.’

Source: The Gentleman’s Guide To Forum Spies (spooks, feds, etc.) –

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Weasel word of the day: Presumptive 

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Coronahoax 2020 has brought words to the public that I guarantee they’ve never used or even heard of before.

Weasel words is a fakeologist term given to any words that deliberately and probably legally skirt the truth. They mean whatever comes after them are words or a concept that you can choose to believe, if you’re so gullible.

1: based on probability or presumption the presumptive nominee 2: giving grounds for reasonable opinion or belief

Source: Presumptive | Definition of Presumptive by Merriam-Webster