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Disinformation and Accusations

NAMES of TYPES of DISINFORMATION AGENTS The intelligence agencies have their own lingo for the types of disinformation agents they send against everyone else. So far, we have named only double & sleeper agents. Here are some of their disinformation agents:

* AGENT OF INFLUENCE - These agents can be unwitting, under mind-control, or ideologically motivated to use their positions of influence to sway the minds of others. Examples of Agents of Influence are anchor men on T.V., journalists, labor leaders, TV commentators, academics quoted by the media, & some politicians.

* CONFUSION AGENT - An agent whose job is to produce confusion by disseminating confounding information.

* CONTRACT AGENT- These are the rogue agents, such as the mob, who the CIA get to do particular jobs on contract. Their connections can be denied.

* DEEP COVER AGENT - A sleeper agent (often a programmed multiple or person with mind-control programming) who has been a long term sleeper agent.

* DISINFORMATION AGENT - This is a highly placed agent who passes disinformation to other governments.

* NOTIONAL AGENT - A fictitious non-existent "agent" which is created with a real-looking identity to mislead.

* PROVOCATION AGENT - An agent sent in to provoke & destabilize the target group to do foolish things.

* SPOON-FEEDER AGENT - Someone who dribbles out legitimate information, this is often done to build up a person's credentials (bona fides). Lots of the people who are pretending to expose the NWO are spoon-feeder agents who provide a little new information, tons of already known secrets, and sprinkle in a measure of disinformation for added fun. Generally spoon-feeders increase their percentage of disinformation once they gain respectability.


Twenty-Five Rules of Disinformation
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DisinformationRule1: Hear no evil, see no evil,
no evil

DisinformationRule2: Become incredulous and indignant

DisinformationRule3: Create rumor mongers

DisinformationRule4: Use a straw man

DisinformationRule5: Sidetrack opponents with name
calling, ridicule

DisinformationRule6: Hit and Run

DisinformationRule7: Question motives

DisinformationRule8: Invoke authority

DisinformationRule9: Play Dumb

DisinformationRule10: Associate opponent charges with
old news

DisinformationRule11: Establish and rely upon
fall-back positions

DisinformationRule12: Enigmas have no solution

DisinformationRule13: Alice in Wonderland Logic

DisinformationRule14: Demand complete solutions

DisinformationRule15: Fit the facts to alternate

DisinformationRule16: Vanish evidence and witnesses

DisinformationRule17: Change the subject

DisinformationRule18: Emotionalize, Antagonize, and

DisinformationRule19: Ignore facts, demand impossible

DisinformationRule20: False evidence

DisinformationRule21: Call a Grand Jury, Special

DisinformationRule22: Manufacture a new truth

DisinformationRule23: Create bigger distractions

DisinformationRule24: Silence critics

DisinformationRule25: Vanish

What's New with My Subject?

> FBI Proposes Building Network of U.S. Informants
> B24436 / Fri, 27 Jul 2007 02:41:18 / "War on Terror"
> ABC News
> July 25, 2007 1:01 PM
> Justin Rood Reports:
> The FBI is taking cues from the CIA to recruit
> thousands of covert informants in the United States as
> part of a sprawling effort to boost its intelligence
> capabilities.
> According to a recent unclassified report to Congress,
> the FBI expects its informants to provide secrets
> about possible terrorists and foreign spies, although
> some may also be expected to aid with criminal
> investigations, in the tradition of law enforcement
> confidential informants. The FBI did not respond to
> requests for comment on this story.
> The FBI said the push was driven by a 2004 directive
> from President Bush ordering the bureau to improve its
> counterterrorism efforts by boosting its human
> intelligence capabilities.
> The aggressive push for more secret informants appears
> to be part of a new effort to grow its intelligence
> and counterterrorism efforts. Other recent proposals
> include expanding its collection and analysis of data
> on U.S. persons, retaining years’ worth of Americans’
> phone records and even increasing so-called “black
> bag” secret entry operations.
> To handle the increase in so-called human sources, the
> FBI also plans to overhaul its database system, so it
> can manage records and verify the accuracy of
> information from “more than 15,000” informants,
> according to the document. While many of the recruited
> informants will apparently be U.S. residents, some
> informants may be overseas, recruited by FBI agents in
> foreign offices, the report indicates.
> The total cost of the effort tops $22 million,
> according to the document.
> The bureau has arranged to use elements of CIA
> training to teach FBI agents about “Source Targeting
> and Development,” the report states. The courses will
> train FBI special agents on the “comprehensive
> tradecraft” needed to identify, recruit and manage
> these “confidential human sources.” According to
> January testimony by FBI Deputy Director John S.
> Pistole, the CIA has been working with the bureau on
> the course.
> The bureau apparently mulled whether to adopt entire
> training courses from the CIA or from the Defense
> Intelligence Agency (DIA), which like the CIA recruits
> spies overseas. But the FBI ultimately determined “the
> courses offered by those agencies would not meet the
> needs of the FBI’s unique law enforcement.” The FBI
> report said it would also give agents “legal and
> policy” training, noting that its domestic
> intelligence efforts are “constitutionally sensitive.”
> “It’s probably a good sign they are not adopting CIA
> recruitment techniques wholesale,” said Steven
> Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists, an
> expert on classified programs. U.S. intelligence
> officers abroad can use bribery, extortion, and other
> patently illegal acts to corral sources into working
> for them, Aftergood noted. “You’re not supposed to do
> that in the United States,” he said.