Baltimore Key Bridge #68 – Classic psyop technique — Mind-control in Action, multiple perceptions of reality — They purposely “screwed up” the warning horn before the blast; some news recorded it, some news recorded nothing

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Warning horn blasts before cutting charges and Dali deck demolition present in some “news” recordings, absent in others

BELOW: This news, with reporter on scene talking, recording, recorded no horn whatsoever.

Classic psyop technique employed by military for mind manipulation of the masses -- this "news" recording had zero warning horn blasts
Classic psyop technique employed by military for mind manipulation of the masses — this “news” recording recorded zero warning horn blasts despite claiming to have been on-scene and recording non-stop

BELOW: This news recorded long horn blast then 3 short blasts 15 seconds before demolition charges were set off.

Also confusing the negligent lack of warning horn from Dali at initial allision

Some news called it a “ship’s horn”.  Others did not call it that.  Surely the “ship” word was no accident.  The presence of the terms, remarks, horn blasts in some news, absent in others is all designed to present differing version of reality.  That it involves a ship’s horn at all also spreads the confusion to the Dali’s (likely criminally negligent) total lack of warning horn blasts on the night of the initial allision.  That it was also a fog-horn sound (in at least one “news” recording) likely has some significance.

Classic psyop technique

How can it be possible for two news reporters to record two radically differing realities?  Somewhere there’s editing or censorship happening in real-time, or there exists Fake News.  It’s likely being done on-purpose to rile strife.

This self-conflicting information is indicative of ongoing psyop, to get people to experience differing realities and then disagree, argue and fight over their conflicting experiences.  It’s classic psyop technique.  Aren’t you so sick of being tricked and manipulated?  Don’t you hate what They keep doing?

Military mind-control psyop which feeds the propagandizing massmedia two versions of reality, to confuse viewers and get them infighting over whose personal experience is "real", when both are, on-purpose
Military mind-control psyop which feeds the propagandizing massmedia multiple versions of reality, to confuse viewers and get them infighting over whose personal experience is “real”, when all are, but different on-purpose

Query – explore classic psyop technique by feeding self-contradictory information to propagandize news

The Classic Psyop Technique: Feeding Self-Contradictory Information to Propagandize News

In the realm of psychological operations (psyops), one of the most insidious and effective techniques involves the deliberate dissemination of self-contradictory information. This method, designed to manipulate and control public perception, has been used by governments, intelligence agencies, and media outlets to sow confusion, discredit opposition, and shape narratives to their advantage. Understanding how this technique works is crucial in an era where misinformation and disinformation can spread rapidly through digital and traditional media.

The Anatomy of Self-Contradictory Information

Self-contradictory information involves the release of statements or reports that are mutually exclusive or logically incompatible. By presenting the public with conflicting narratives, the perpetrators create a cognitive dissonance that leaves individuals uncertain and more susceptible to influence. This method operates on several psychological principles:

  1. Confusion and Cognitive Overload: When people are bombarded with contradictory information, their ability to process and critically evaluate each piece of data diminishes. This overload leads to confusion and a sense of helplessness, making individuals more likely to accept authoritative voices that promise clarity.
  2. Erosion of Trust: Contradictory information undermines trust in sources that are supposed to be reliable. When the public cannot discern the truth, their faith in institutions, experts, and media outlets erodes, paving the way for alternative narratives, often those that align with the psyop’s objectives.
  3. Polarization and Division: By feeding different groups opposing versions of the truth, psyops can deepen societal divisions. This polarization makes it easier to manipulate specific demographics by catering to their biases and fears, ultimately fragmenting societal cohesion.

Historical Examples of the Technique

  1. Cold War Era: During the Cold War, both the United States and the Soviet Union engaged in psyops that included the dissemination of contradictory information to undermine each other’s credibility.

One notable example is the KGB’s Operation INFEKTION, a disinformation campaign aimed at spreading the false narrative that the AIDS virus was created by U.S. military scientists. Simultaneously, conflicting reports would circulate, suggesting natural origins or other Western governments’ involvement. This strategy sowed confusion and distrust both domestically and internationally.

  1. The Vietnam War: The U.S. government and military often provided contradictory reports on the progress of the war. Public statements claiming significant victories and imminent success clashed with leaked documents and news reports showing a far grimmer reality. This dual narrative eroded public trust and fueled anti-war sentiment, illustrating how contradictory information can backfire on its originators as well.
  2. Modern Conflicts and Media: In more recent times, the Syrian Civil War has seen a flood of contradictory information from various factions and international players. Different narratives about chemical attacks, the role of foreign interventions, and the portrayal of rebel groups versus the government have created a complex and often bewildering media landscape. This confusion makes it challenging for outsiders to form a coherent understanding of the conflict, thus stymying effective international response.

Contemporary Applications

In the digital age, the technique of spreading self-contradictory information has become even more potent due to the speed and reach of social media. Algorithms that prioritize engagement often amplify sensational and contradictory content, regardless of its veracity. This environment is ripe for modern psyops, which can leverage the following strategies:

  1. Fake News and Fact-Checking Wars: The rise of fake news has been accompanied by a proliferation of fact-checking sites. However, when these sites themselves offer conflicting verdicts on the same issue, it only adds to public confusion. Psyops can exploit this by flooding the information space with both true and false versions of events, knowing that the ensuing chaos will weaken public trust in all information sources.
  2. Echo Chambers and Confirmation Bias: Social media platforms tend to create echo chambers where users are primarily exposed to information that aligns with their preexisting beliefs. By introducing contradictory information within these chambers, psyops can deepen divisions and reinforce the idea that only their side of the story can be trusted.
  3. Deepfakes and Synthetic Media: Advances in technology have made it possible to create highly convincing fake videos and audio recordings. By producing contradictory deepfakes of significant events or speeches, perpetrators can create doubt about the authenticity of all digital media, thus disorienting public perception.

Countering the Psyop

Combating the spread of self-contradictory information requires a multifaceted approach:

  1. Media Literacy Education: Enhancing public awareness about the existence and mechanics of psyops can empower individuals to critically evaluate information and recognize manipulative tactics.
  2. Transparent and Consistent Communication: Institutions and media outlets must strive for transparency and consistency in their reporting. Acknowledging uncertainties and correcting mistakes promptly can help build and maintain trust.
  3. Cross-Verification: Encouraging the cross-verification of information from multiple reliable sources can mitigate the impact of contradictory narratives. Collaborative journalism and international cooperation among media organizations can play a crucial role here.
  4. Technological Solutions: Developing and deploying technologies that can identify and flag contradictory information, as well as trace its origins, can help in curbing the spread of disinformation.

Conclusion

The use of self-contradictory information in psyops is a powerful tool for shaping public perception and influencing societal dynamics. In a world where information is abundant and easily manipulated, understanding and countering these tactics is more important than ever. By promoting media literacy, fostering transparent communication, and leveraging technological advances, society can defend itself against the confusion and division sown by these sophisticated psychological operations.

That’s your military and government, always lying, attempting to deceive, dupe, stooge; always at the behest of a co-opting clown-show.

Military mind-control psyop which feeds the propagandizing massmedia multiple versions of reality, to confuse viewers and get them infighting over whose personal experience is "real", when all are, but different on-purpose
Military mind-control psyop which feeds the propagandizing massmedia multiple versions of reality, to confuse viewers and get them infighting over whose personal experience is “real”, when all are, but different on-purpose

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