Notes on covert information-ops
by Jon Rappoport
August 1, 2017
Ops involving information take many forms.
For example, let’s start with a simple “Sunday School” version that any child could learn in an hour. A smear campaign can be carried out by highlighting people who, on their own, already claim an “extreme position”—and then falsely tying those people, by association, to the person who is to be smeared.
Then there is the moving smear. When one charge you level at a person is proven false, or questionable, you add another one, and you keeping moving and piling on from many quarters.
This is more or less how the Russia-Trump story is being handled.
Let’s go to a “labeling op.” In this situation, public persons are pictured and given titles and attributes which, on closer examination, are false.
For example, former Wall Street lawyer, and supposed “socialist,” Eric Holder, rose to…
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