Following in the footsteps of Hillary Clinton (let alone what I gather is a very odious pungent odor), the mainstream media and the progressive fascist elites are grasping at the mud walls of the deep hole they are free-falling into. Nothing has been working for them. More on this in another post. Here, however, is an absurd notion by Newsweek, a conspiracy theory, which of course the left normally demonizes, that there is a global coordination of tech and social media savvy right-wing groups undermining the glorious Fabian socialist revolution being imposed by the precarious ruling elites.
With total control of the major media outlets in every Western nation, with control of the voices of the NGO’s and the Pope among many other sources, the idea that the alt-right is threatening the established order through sophisticated use of technology is laughable. They are losing the narrative not because of the psychological warfare techniques of NATO, they are losing it because all the venues for state propaganda have been thoroughly discredited.
As with Hillary’s demented blame-game tour the rapid erosion of the centralizing socialists ideological and political footing can not remotely be blamed on the utter rejection of the entire framework that the globalist elites have built over the past 70 years by the people rising up to embrace their independence, to assert their national heritages and to renounce the corrupting influences of the massive administrative state that has been imposed on them from the top.
They can only now try to accelerate the attempts to restrict the voices of the libertarian/nationalist/freedom movement as they are doing with Facebook, Google/YouTube and Twitter or cause a crisis of such magnitude that they can use it as an excuse to squash the people’s voices.
The Alt-Right is Using Leaked NATO Psychological Warfare Tactics to Spread White Supremacism Globally
U.S. alt-right trolls have been sharing sophisticated techniques for manipulating opinion.
They used “crowd-funding platforms, custom-made social media platforms and even the use of leaked military and intelligence resources from [U.K. intelligence agency] GCHQ and NATO to run campaigns against their own governments,” the report said.
In August, radical right-wing groups gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia, for their largest show of strength in decades, while in European far-right organizations have used crowd-funding platforms to raise money for boats to patrol European waters and intercept refugees.
The extreme right also had an influence the German federal election, which saw a huge spike in suport for the extreme party Alliance for Germany (AfD).
In large-scale and well-organized online campaigns, U.S. and European extremists have worked together: “Their strategic, tactical and operational convergence has allowed the extreme right to translate large-scale online mobilisation into real-world impact,” write the authors.
The report exposes how the U.S. ‘alt-right,’ responsible for trolling campaigns in support of President Donald Trump during the 2016 election, shared tips and tactics with European extremists—techniques gleaned from military psychological operations—to disrupt the democratic process.
Ahead of the AfD success in the German federal election—in which it secured 26 percent of the vote and marked the first time that far-right party has won seats in the German parliament since the Second World War—U.S. ‘alt-right’ activists spreads tips on messaging board 4chan.
“Instructions from the U.S. elections on how to obfuscate and manipulate the media space were recycled and adopted to a German audience: this included memetic warfare albums such as ‘normie memes’, and psychological operations resources, such as a ‘step by step how to manipulate narratives’ that links to GCHQ online deception and disruption playbooks,” according to the authors.