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I had heard never heard of these until recently.  they have up to 4000 of them (attempting to) influencing online.

 A whole brigade  dedicated to pushing  govt narrative.

It makes me  read the most banal looking article comments "my mum is a nurse and says wear the mask." in a new light.!

 

What else do we know about these paid servants of the psychopaths?

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Well if you remember GrandMaster P and The Apprentice from the Icke Forum I can pretty much guarantee that those two are part of it.

 

I think they hire a lot of old men who are both Freemasons and former members of the military.

 

That way they are fully indoctrinated and too boomer-minded to ever think that they might be wrong. Also being Freemasons they know how to keep a secret.

 

Younger generation are much more critical......and it's very hard for someone to knowingly maintain a lie and do it effectively. It's much better if the agents actually believe the bullshit.

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1 hour ago, shadowmoon said:

I had heard never heard of these until recently.  they have up to 4000 of them (attempting to) influencing online.

 A whole brigade  dedicated to pushing  govt narrative.

It makes me  read the most banal looking article comments "my mum is a nurse and says wear the mask." in a new light.!

 

What else do we know about these paid servants of the psychopaths?

 

UK Column have been covering 77th brigade in some of their reports recently. This video from the 20th May is one of their most involved reports questioning 77th brigade's spying activity and who is really governing the country. It includes comments from a 77th brigade whistle blower.

 

 

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CRAIG MURRAY

HOW TO SPOT A TROLL

 

UPDATE: GCHQ are currently advertising to recruit more trolls to carry out precisely the activity I outline here. As their advertisement puts it:

We are looking to recruit individuals who can contribute to a step change in the UK’s ability to project cyber power against our adversaries, in order to keep the UK safe. You will be at the forefront of the nation’s covert online capability. We want people who can help support and run operations that disrupt and degrade our adversaries’ ability to do us harm, and contest malign activity in cyber space.

I do hope this helps cut through the cognitive dissonance for those of you who found it difficult to come to terms with the truth of the below.

ORIGINAL POST

It is a matter of simple fact that the British government employs a very large number of people whose full time job is to influence the political narrative on social media. The 77th Brigade of the British Army, the Integrity Initiative, MI5 and MI6 and GCHQ all run major programmes of covert online propaganda. These information warriors operate on twitter, facebook, and in comments sections across the internet.

I have long been fascinated by the disconnect by which people, who do know and understand that the security services employ tens of thousands of people and have budgets of billions, nevertheless find it hard to accept that they may come personally into contact with their operations. Therefore when I state that the security services infiltrate groups including environmentalists and the SNP, and were involved in the Skripal story in ways not public, there is a peculiar desire among people to reject it as it is uncomfortable. Equally while people do know the security services are committing huge sums to social media influencing, to point out any of its instances brings derisive shouts of “conspiracy theory”.

It was when I was pointing out the many omissions and inconsistencies in the official version of events surrounding the Skripals, that I first came under sustained attack from accounts on twitter, often making short and very sarcastic comments. I confess for a while this did actually get me down. I have no difficulty with people disagreeing with me, but I find it depressing to encounter unreasonably closed minds.

But in quite short order I started to note a few defining characteristics of the scores of accounts from which I was being attacked. These are false accounts, but they are trolls not bots. There are people from the 77th Brigade, GCHQ or other agencies sitting behind a desk and running scores of fake accounts each. As there is a real human being behind them, unlike bots, these trolls can reply if challenged and attempt to promote a real identity. But there are a number of key giveaways:

1) Many times more “follows” than “followers”.

In establishing a fake identity, the first step they take is to follow other twitter accounts. This is because a percentage of twitter users will automatically follow you back, so if you quickly follow 500 people you will likely get 100 “followers” back immediately. That appears to establish a real identity with followers. There are some interesting consequences of this technique. These troll accounts remarkably often follow sports betting twitter accounts, for example – because those accounts automatically follow back.

2) A tweet record consisting almost entirely of retweets.

This is the most important single giveaway. If you select “tweets” under the account, these accounts have zero original content. Their timeline consists of retweets of pro-Establishment content, leavened with retweets of the single characteristic that was chosen to establish a “character” – eg “Everton supporter”, “gym fanatic”. They never initiate a topic or posit an original thought, but work entirely in “retweet” or “reply” mode.

3) Follow and troll

Accounts which had nothing in common with me in terms of interests or political views, would suddenly decide to post a brief highly disparaging or ridiculing comment, and always simultaneously would start following me. The motivation of somebody who opens with rudeness yet simultaneously starts following is plainly aggressive – and not usual behaviour.

4) No convincing tweet history

A great many of these accounts are very newly minted at the time of first propaganda use. Generally, even those routine retweets are few and far between. Occasionally the troll twitter account claims to be longstanding – dating from 2009 or 2010 – but there is no evidence of actual (re)tweets going back more than a couple of years. This either suggests wholesale sleeper accounts were established, or twitter is actively involved in helping produce fake ones.

5) Lack of a normal “cluster” of followers

On most real people you can look through their followers and spot a little cluster of family, friends or workmates. The trolls don’t have normal roots.

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How normal is this five point profile? Well, I looked through 200 entirely random twitter accounts and found 9 that would fit this profile – 4.5%. Yet surveying the threads from my own tweets, over 75% of the replies which I would characterise as hostile come from accounts that fit this profile. By which I mean meeting all five points. This analysis meets the scientific criterion of being replicable. You can test those figures for yourselves by looking through twitter. That is plain evidence these unusual profiles are being deliberately deployed – and highly probably deliberately created – for hostile intent.

I had spotted the giveaway profile of those attacking me a year ago, and had been mulling over posting on it. What determined me to do so was clicking on the “Mark Field” twitter trend following his physical attack on the female climate change activist. I was astonished by the sheer volume of tweets defending Mark Field. Clicking on them, I started to realise that what I was seeing was a massive deployment of twitter troll accounts all precisely following the profile I have outlined. They were putting out a unified message that the lady may have been an armed terrorist and that Field should be praised for his resolute, even heroic, action.

So here is the fun bit, some examples you can look at. I don’t claim these are all trolls. Some of these may be real identities who just happen to match the twitter troll profile. They may follow many times more people than they have followers simply because they have deeply repulsive personalities or nothing interesting to say. But remember we are talking about trolls not bots, so there is a human multiple account operative to all of the actual security service troll accounts, whose job it is to respond and attempt to portray a real existence. Unlike bots, if challenged, troll accounts will answer.

Look out yourself for troll accounts with these characteristics on twitter in future. Exposure is the simple way to nullify the vast state propaganda programmes on social MEDIA. 

https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2019/07/how-to-spot-a-twitter-troll/ 

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The easiest way to spot these people, and perhaps this may give the game away..... is that they ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS say

 

'do you think anyone cares what you write on this forum' 'don't you think the security services/government have better things to do?'

 

EVERY TIME. That's the give-away phrase from them and I've seen it time and time again coming from middle aged Masons and the Crowley people.

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56 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

The easiest way to spot these people, and perhaps this may give the game away..... is that they ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS say

 

'do you think anyone cares what you write on this forum' 'don't you think the security services/government have better things to do?'

 

EVERY TIME. That's the give-away phrase from them and I've seen it time and time again coming from middle aged Masons and the Crowley people.

 

good one to watch for.

I'll watch the vid later eve thanks.

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13 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

UK Column have been covering 77th brigade in some of their reports recently. This video from the 20th May is one of their most involved reports questioning 77th brigade's spying activity and who is really governing the country. It includes comments from a 77th brigade whistle blower.

 

 

 

Is it coincidence that El, el and Al....in their surname.

 

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12 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

The easiest way to spot these people, and perhaps this may give the game away..... is that they ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS say

 

'do you think anyone cares what you write on this forum' 'don't you think the security services/government have better things to do?'

 

EVERY TIME. That's the give-away phrase from them and I've seen it time and time again coming from middle aged Masons and the Crowley people.

 

Run out of likes for today. 👍

 

I tell you what, if you suspect a user....do a divination. I would.....I even have a better idea but won't say. HaHa.

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They seem to have a very limited script to work from.

" if you don't  like facemask, you will hate a ventilator."

"It's like a seatbelt...."

 

I imagine they push these  trite sayings after team meetings and the public just pick them up and repeat them.

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12 hours ago, shadowmoon said:

They seem to have a very limited script to work from.

" if you don't  like facemask, you will hate a ventilator."

"It's like a seatbelt...."

 

I imagine they push these  trite sayings after team meetings and the public just pick them up and repeat them.

 

Thanks, those are exactly the kinds of comments I see being posted on social media posts.

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On 7/25/2020 at 7:59 AM, Truthspoon said:

 

Well if you remember GrandMaster P and The Apprentice from the Icke Forum I can pretty much guarantee that those two are part of it.

 

I think they hire a lot of old men who are both Freemasons and former members of the military.

 

That way they are fully indoctrinated and too boomer-minded to ever think that they might be wrong. Also being Freemasons they know how to keep a secret.

 

Younger generation are much more critical......and it's very hard for someone to knowingly maintain a lie and do it effectively. It's much better if the agents actually believe the bullshit.

They're not all old men. Only an idiot would assemble a group of one demographic.

 

I don't recall either of the posters you mention, but there was a very strong 77 presence on the old board.

 

They tend to do things like dismiss themselves as 'dad's army' so you don't realise the extent of their arsenal.

 

And they use tavistock terms like 'boomer' to subtly divide us even more.

 

Demonstrate how the younger ones are more critical please when so many are bought into BLM, Greta and all that shit.

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10 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

Demonstrate how the younger ones are more critical please when so many are bought into BLM, Greta and all that shit.

 

The younger meme war generation on the edgier parts of the web definitely helped wake me up. I don't like using the term 'weaponized autist', but anons seem to possess a certain kind of pattern recognition that many older folks don't.

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I think we should help them get their name (77th) out there. Many people are still not heard of them. In fact, if it weren't for you guys, I wouldn't have known.

How about creating a mock username like 77thMember or 77thMyGod or something like that with description underneath to say 'supporting the propaganda and I get paid for it'.

You know what I mean...you guys can come up with something more punchy or catchy. Obviously make it a sock account where normies hang about.

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Very interesting only heard of the 77th brigade recently.

 

In terms of paid shills on forums which I believe does happen and In my opinion it's likely to be the people that wouldn't stand out in a forum like this and has a genuine good reputation. It's funny because most people who get accused of being shills are usually just trolls. 

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22 April 2020

Defence chief says 77th Brigade is countering Covid misinformation

"THE UK’s chief of the defence staff General Sir Nick Carter has revealed the secretive 77th Brigade of the British Army is involved

in countering coronavirus misinformation online.

 

Speaking at today’s daily briefing, Carter said the unit, which was set up in 2015 to specialise "non-lethal" forms of psychological warfare and use the likes of Facebook and Twitter to “fight in the information age”, had been tackling false information about the pandemic on the web.

 

The brigade is 2000-people strong and has its headquarters near Newbury in Berkshire, where troops are expected to deliver “means of shaping behaviour through the use of dynamic narratives”.

 

Last year SNP MP for Dunfermline and West Fife Douglas Chapman faced “vile” abuse on Twitter after suggesting the 77th Brigade was attacking and undermining people in Scotland.

The UK Defence Journal took up the intervention and said there had been no proof of this, and Chapman removed his post when responses got increasingly abusive.

 

But the MP said bots are often used to spread misinformation online and any organisation using such tactics needed to be called out.

At the time, an Army spokesperson said: “77 Brigade do not conduct UK operations.”

 

https://www.thenational.scot/news/18398012.defence-chief-says-77th-brigade-countering-covid-misinformation/

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/77th_Brigade_(United_Kingdom)

 

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

Speaking at today’s daily briefing, Carter said the unit, which was set up in 2015 to specialise "non-lethal" forms of psychological warfare and use the likes of Facebook and Twitter to “fight in the information age”, had been tackling false information about the pandemic on the web.

wow what a shock.....

 

well nick carter we knew that before you got your orders...

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