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12 Years of Anti-American Psyops
Here’s how they work together to create chaos and division
This chart is by no means exhaustive — although it is exhausting just to look at — but I wanted to update my mindmap of divisive psychological operations over the last decade or so because it’s getting easier for me to see how it all works together and I’m looking for a way to help visualize it for folks.
The idea is to show how different psyops have evolved over time and how they work in tandem to create conflict with a purpose. I have written about almost all of these individually on my Substack.
To be clear, most people involved in these operations had no idea they were part of one — which is by design of course. The point of psyops is to change your mind without you knowing the real reason for it. The point is to radicalize people on both sides to create chaos. The political ideology of the target is largely besides the point.
Some of these movements had people with good intentions who were weaponized — Occupy and Standing Rock come to mind.
However, there are a few people involved in nearly every one of these harmful, often deadly psyops which are designed to degrade different facets of American society and to traumatize and radicalize as many people as possible in the process.
Here are twelve of them. These men fund, organize, strategize and operationalize nearly all of the psychological warfare we see, not just in America, but globally.
I also have to say, there are two other people in particular who have been involved all along as well — who happen to be behind a lot of the operation to tear me down and silence me.
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