Canada has a psyops branch, but it’s probably pretty small. Here’s a story that may or may not be true, but I have no doubt we are trying to fork off a psyops division from our British and American teachers. I also wonder if Canadians would be okay knowing their own government military is busy influencing the domestic population – in short, an act of war on its own people.
A letter from the Nova Scotia government sent out to residents to warn about a pack of wolves on the loose in the province was forged by Canadian military personnel as part of a propaganda training mission that went off the rails.
How do you turn around hearts and minds on an evil toxin?
Tell everyone it may help treat cancer (that the toxin initially triggered.)
Toxic propaganda may kill more people than what it’s promoting.
While biotech giant Bayer attempts to settle thousands of lawsuits alleging its weed killer Roundup causes cancer, several studies published over the last six years have suggested that glyphosate, the active ingredient in the the much-maligned herbicide, may actually prohibit cancer cell growth.
How many “leading researchers” have origin stories as batty as this?
They can and do make this fiction up.
University of Florida Health virologist John Lednicky was in the seventh grade, living in the Philippines where his father worked, when he enjoyed a meal of a delicious bat stew. Fruit bat was a local delicacy.
The soft/sun approach always works better than the hard/North wind approach (Greta) when it comes to influence operations (IO) propaganda. Songs and jingles and happy children are particularly effective.
Clearly Burger Pig has taken a page from this fable.
Reduced methane emissions beef. Do the cows know they are part of the solution?
Only thing missing from this shameless piece of pandering is the masks.