Planet X / Nibiru deception and disinformation
Intelligence agencies are obviously attempting to compromise the integrity of the Internet. If you see comments that are highly emotionally-charged, off-the-wall, totally illogical or indicating huge levels of bias, they do not come from normal individuals.
The Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group is a unit of the Government Communications Headquarters representing British intelligence. The existence of JTRIG was revealed as part of the global surveillance disclosures by NBC News in documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.
Their “dirty trick” tactics are partly derived from their document entitled “The Art of Deception: Training for Online Covert Operations.” After reading this document, I would say that if I owned a website, I would not allow comments since you are destined to attract, if the subject is at all controversial, these groups and their strategies. Just deny them the option. As Shakespeare said, “Less is better.”
It enhances the appearance of most websites not to have these crazy comments by people who obviously either have mental issues or more than likely are organized trolls. Personally, I just don’t see the need for publishing comments constantly–or at all. A website stands on its own authority. It doesn’t need to cater to marginal individuals who add absolutely nothing.
These people, it has been discovered, monitor not only websites but YouTube and Blogger; these are the same people who during the last generation used “honey traps” and overreaching lies to discredit those who were properly going about their business. It’s an attempt to control and manipulate. They have the objective of destroying the reputation of the target (site or individual). Why give them permission?
GCHQ describes the purpose of the JTRIG in very clear terms: “… using online techniques to make something happen … including information ops (influence or disruption).”
These people are pushing the limits. These surveillance agencies have vested themselves with the authority to destroy a person’s reputation. Unless you tow their political line, you are a target. I thought we had a First Amendment. You don’t require a license to write or publish.
I have a best-selling book (Planet X – The 2017 Arrival) and I consistently get 80% great reviews and about 15 or 20% negative reviews. I happened to be watching a well-known psychologist on TV and he said something interesting. He said close to 20% of people have mental problems. No wonder–that explains it. I wish they’d stay on their medicine and not attempt to write book reviews.
These covert agents and pseudo-independent advocates infiltrate online groups and websites. These GCHQ documents now prove that a major Western government (thanks to Wikileaks) are disseminating deception online. These are “false flag operations.” These powers are exercised in secret, with no oversight. George Orwell would be proud to live today, I suppose.
I’ll say this in closing: If I owned a YouTube channel or website where the majority of the comments are inane, obviously false or indicate almost no intelligence behind them, I’d simply remove commenting ability in a New York minute.
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