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77 Brigade used to quash rumours and disinformation..

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Polyester

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I think people spend far too much time connected, as it is.
Millimeter radiation.

P.S I am working from home, so this is a break to come on here and vent my spleen.

Despite the fact that 5G is proven to be perfectly safe? By Scientists and engineers who will use it themselves. And will allow their families and friends to the same?
 

CanteenCowboy

LE
Book Reviewer
Apparently they are cyber experts*, though mainly recruited from 3rd rate universities which specialise in feminist and media studies.




So the British Army, which is always moaning about a lack of funding, operates a troll factory. And that troll factory is officially being used against the population of the UK? Presumably these are the same trolls who came up with the XRW campaign / dob your mates in to receive promotion.

A quick look at their website raises quite a few questions..


Cultural and linguistic advice presumably means they advised on the "Army needs snowflakes" recruitment campaign. Can't say I ever heard of the Stasi or Gestapo getting anything quite as wrong as that. The Scottish cybernats seem to be convinced that the 77th Media Mastodons was deployed en masse against them.

  • Web Ops Team. The Web Ops Team collects information and understands audience sentiment in the virtual domain. Within the extant OSINT policy framework, they may engage with audiences in order to influence perceptions to support operational outcomes.
  • Production Team. The Production Team design and create video, audio, print and digital products that aim to influence behaviours for both the Army and external audience. Additionally, they advise on campaign strategy and propose innovative behavioural change methods


Seems they can't spell propaganda..

WHAT WE FOCUS ON
  • Women Peace and Security (WPS) in conflict
  • Protection of Civilians (POC)
  • Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC)
  • Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (MSHT)
  • Integrity and Anti-Corruption (IAC)

The first is to be expected of blue haired mastodons with cankles and 17 cats and no prospect whatsoever of ever breeding due to their personalities... I find the integrity and anti-corruption the most chilling. Almost as though this elite brigade of feminists, cucks and soyboys have a gun to the head of anyone who dares question their deranged ideology. Given the worryingly extreme lack of morals and standards displayed by most feminists, whether male or female, putting them in charge of integrity must be a bit like putting Tony Blair ( the ultimate cuck feminist or did Bercow upstage him?) in charge of the Middle East peace process.

"The Staff Corps consists of around 100 Group B reservist officers who operate at predominantly chief executive, director, and senior technical or operation manager level in large commercial enterprises or organisations.... Technical Communications, Corporate, Stratcoms, Advertising, Marketing, Digital Commerce, Banking and Academia among others."

So any ivory tower cuck or weirdo who can't hold their own in online debate can now be paid to call their publically funded trolls in?


Does anyone who isn't a sock puppet of the 77th ( @RoyalGreenJacket ) think that taxpayers money should be used to fund this? I've seen these troll factories develop in the civil service, informally at first with the director merely mentioning that their latest pronoucement will be tweeted later should anyone like to comment. Not that it might help your promotion prospects if you do of course. All the way to organised pile ons which clearly emanate from CS offices for journalists who dare criticise some aspect of policy or competence.

This however is some hardcore dystopian bastardry, the Army being used against the people and freedoms it is supposed to protect, trying to prevent the free speech which is the cornerstone of our civilisation.

More to the point the Army must truly be awash with money to dedicate any resources whatsoever to this abject nonsense. The Ministry of Demoralisation really has made Orwell proud, could we instead work to make him mere fiction again?


* Who had their twitter account hacked, amusingly.

God, you’re a tiresome wee f***y.
 
I think people spend far too much time connected, as it is.
Millimeter radiation.

P.S I am working from home, so this is a break to come on here and vent my spleen.
And are you connected to wifi at home?

What is your concern regarding millimeter wave?
 
Despite the fact that 5G is proven to be perfectly safe? By Scientists and engineers who will use it themselves. And will allow their families and friends to the same?
You obviously haven't studied it, else you would be well aware of terms like 'probably', 'almost certainly'..... I don't want absolute guarantees from politicians, but from science and they're be made responsible in the event that its not.
 
Since 5G has been mentioned and the CTs about it have possibly been inferred, here's SciManDan debunking the crackpot anti 5G theories:


It is amazing how some get taken in by these loony theories, but I guess there's enough of them about to give David Icke a living out of it.
 

Yokel

LE
I think people spend far too much time connected, as it is.
Millimeter radiation.

P.S I am working from home, so this is a break to come on here and vent my spleen.

No it is not. Wavelength = Speed of Light/Frequency.

1 GHz = 30cm (300mm or 0.3m) wavelength.
30 GHZ = 1cm (10mm 0r 0.01m).

No mobile phone system uses Extremely High Frequency (30 - 300Ghz). The free space loss and attenuation due to rain, and complexity, would make it a poor choice.
 
No it is not. Wavelength = Speed of Light/Frequency.

1 GHz = 30cm (300mm or 0.3m) wavelength.
30 GHZ = 1cm (10mm 0r 0.01m).

No mobile phone system uses Extremely High Frequency (30 - 300Ghz). The free space loss and attenuation due to rain, and complexity, would make it a poor choice.
You’d get amazing bandwidth standing next to the mast, though.
 

Yokel

LE
Last time I stood next to a microwave 'mast', on top of a hill an used for wireless broadband, I looked at the box of equipment, saw the company named, and wondered why I could not get employment with that company. Surveys, testing, link planning....

In case of emergency please contact........ "What emergency?"

"You are not employing me!"
 
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Flight

LE
Book Reviewer
I agree. And from the opening post it is clear that the OP doesn't know much about what they do or who they are either!

I remember when it's predecesor was looking for reservists with IT skills... Merely to check on squaddies facebook accounts, make sure they weren't putting themselves in danger due to persec... This after a few incidents of enriched attacks upon reservists and the like. Keeping them safe of course.

It certainly wasn't a brigade back then. To say there has been mission creep in a worrying direction would be an understatement.

Seems to be one of those irregular verbs..

We need diverse and culturally enriched elite cyber warriors to protect our infrastructure, they have mass troll factories to spread disinformation and fake news, he is a government sponsored troll.

The cabinet office's rapid response unit used to be called the rapid rebuttal unit, was set up under Tony Blair to discredit journalists and stories which he didn't like.

Cut it any which way you like, make any excuse due to medical emergency you like, the fact remains that the Army is being used politically.
 
Apparently they are cyber experts*, though mainly recruited from 3rd rate universities which specialise in feminist and media studies.




So the British Army, which is always moaning about a lack of funding, operates a troll factory. And that troll factory is officially being used against the population of the UK? Presumably these are the same trolls who came up with the XRW campaign / dob your mates in to receive promotion.

A quick look at their website raises quite a few questions..


Cultural and linguistic advice presumably means they advised on the "Army needs snowflakes" recruitment campaign. Can't say I ever heard of the Stasi or Gestapo getting anything quite as wrong as that. The Scottish cybernats seem to be convinced that the 77th Media Mastodons was deployed en masse against them.

  • Web Ops Team. The Web Ops Team collects information and understands audience sentiment in the virtual domain. Within the extant OSINT policy framework, they may engage with audiences in order to influence perceptions to support operational outcomes.
  • Production Team. The Production Team design and create video, audio, print and digital products that aim to influence behaviours for both the Army and external audience. Additionally, they advise on campaign strategy and propose innovative behavioural change methods


Seems they can't spell propaganda..

WHAT WE FOCUS ON
  • Women Peace and Security (WPS) in conflict
  • Protection of Civilians (POC)
  • Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC)
  • Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (MSHT)
  • Integrity and Anti-Corruption (IAC)

The first is to be expected of blue haired mastodons with cankles and 17 cats and no prospect whatsoever of ever breeding due to their personalities... I find the integrity and anti-corruption the most chilling. Almost as though this elite brigade of feminists, cucks and soyboys have a gun to the head of anyone who dares question their deranged ideology. Given the worryingly extreme lack of morals and standards displayed by most feminists, whether male or female, putting them in charge of integrity must be a bit like putting Tony Blair ( the ultimate cuck feminist or did Bercow upstage him?) in charge of the Middle East peace process.

"The Staff Corps consists of around 100 Group B reservist officers who operate at predominantly chief executive, director, and senior technical or operation manager level in large commercial enterprises or organisations.... Technical Communications, Corporate, Stratcoms, Advertising, Marketing, Digital Commerce, Banking and Academia among others."

So any ivory tower cuck or weirdo who can't hold their own in online debate can now be paid to call their publically funded trolls in?


Does anyone who isn't a sock puppet of the 77th ( @RoyalGreenJacket ) think that taxpayers money should be used to fund this? I've seen these troll factories develop in the civil service, informally at first with the director merely mentioning that their latest pronoucement will be tweeted later should anyone like to comment. Not that it might help your promotion prospects if you do of course. All the way to organised pile ons which clearly emanate from CS offices for journalists who dare criticise some aspect of policy or competence.

This however is some hardcore dystopian bastardry, the Army being used against the people and freedoms it is supposed to protect, trying to prevent the free speech which is the cornerstone of our civilisation.

More to the point the Army must truly be awash with money to dedicate any resources whatsoever to this abject nonsense. The Ministry of Demoralisation really has made Orwell proud, could we instead work to make him mere fiction again?


* Who had their twitter account hacked, amusingly.

It's a fair and valid concern that the British Army is engaged in an operation against it's own people. They are, by admission, countering "false and misleading information online". The trouble is that only a few weeks ago anyone who spoke of covid-19 being a manufactured virus that found it's way out of the bio weapons research lab in Wuhan was deemed a conspiracy theorist and nutter. Now, it's being discussed openly by heads of government and the media.

Anything that does not tow the company line is deemed to be racists, misleading, or fake news by the powers that be and therefore 77 can be deployed against it. They farm twitter accounts, plant seeds and memes, these get picked up by journalists who think that twitter represents real life and it finds it's way into the mainstream media and consciousness.

77 Brigades job is literally to manipulate content to generate and influence the behavior of the enemy and they should not be doing so in our own country. Google, youtube, facebook and twitter do enough of that themselves, the last thing we need is a dozen STABS dicking around on twitter to make us all believe that "we are in this together"

Who is to decide if something is a rumour or disinformation? Do we trust the government to validate that? I don't and neither should any right minded people. We are on the precipice of tyranny and it has to be rolled back. It is not enough to say that it will save lives because 1) that cant be quantified and 2) I prefer to take my chances than be controlled by the government. They had their time from me and now i get to live the rest of my life as a free man, that was the idea anyway.
 
Apparently they are cyber experts*, though mainly recruited from 3rd rate universities which specialise in feminist and media studies.




So the British Army, which is always moaning about a lack of funding, operates a troll factory. And that troll factory is officially being used against the population of the UK? Presumably these are the same trolls who came up with the XRW campaign / dob your mates in to receive promotion.

A quick look at their website raises quite a few questions..


Cultural and linguistic advice presumably means they advised on the "Army needs snowflakes" recruitment campaign. Can't say I ever heard of the Stasi or Gestapo getting anything quite as wrong as that. The Scottish cybernats seem to be convinced that the 77th Media Mastodons was deployed en masse against them.

  • Web Ops Team. The Web Ops Team collects information and understands audience sentiment in the virtual domain. Within the extant OSINT policy framework, they may engage with audiences in order to influence perceptions to support operational outcomes.
  • Production Team. The Production Team design and create video, audio, print and digital products that aim to influence behaviours for both the Army and external audience. Additionally, they advise on campaign strategy and propose innovative behavioural change methods


Seems they can't spell propaganda..

WHAT WE FOCUS ON
  • Women Peace and Security (WPS) in conflict
  • Protection of Civilians (POC)
  • Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC)
  • Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (MSHT)
  • Integrity and Anti-Corruption (IAC)

The first is to be expected of blue haired mastodons with cankles and 17 cats and no prospect whatsoever of ever breeding due to their personalities... I find the integrity and anti-corruption the most chilling. Almost as though this elite brigade of feminists, cucks and soyboys have a gun to the head of anyone who dares question their deranged ideology. Given the worryingly extreme lack of morals and standards displayed by most feminists, whether male or female, putting them in charge of integrity must be a bit like putting Tony Blair ( the ultimate cuck feminist or did Bercow upstage him?) in charge of the Middle East peace process.

"The Staff Corps consists of around 100 Group B reservist officers who operate at predominantly chief executive, director, and senior technical or operation manager level in large commercial enterprises or organisations.... Technical Communications, Corporate, Stratcoms, Advertising, Marketing, Digital Commerce, Banking and Academia among others."

So any ivory tower cuck or weirdo who can't hold their own in online debate can now be paid to call their publically funded trolls in?


Does anyone who isn't a sock puppet of the 77th ( @RoyalGreenJacket ) think that taxpayers money should be used to fund this? I've seen these troll factories develop in the civil service, informally at first with the director merely mentioning that their latest pronoucement will be tweeted later should anyone like to comment. Not that it might help your promotion prospects if you do of course. All the way to organised pile ons which clearly emanate from CS offices for journalists who dare criticise some aspect of policy or competence.

This however is some hardcore dystopian bastardry, the Army being used against the people and freedoms it is supposed to protect, trying to prevent the free speech which is the cornerstone of our civilisation.

More to the point the Army must truly be awash with money to dedicate any resources whatsoever to this abject nonsense. The Ministry of Demoralisation really has made Orwell proud, could we instead work to make him mere fiction again?


* Who had their twitter account hacked, amusingly.
OK, OK, 'fess up. Which one of these are you:

1. Russian troll paid for by Putin
2. Momentum activist/SJW
3. Turps nudging, tinfoil hat wearing, moon howler
 
Apparently they are cyber experts*, though mainly recruited from 3rd rate universities which specialise in feminist and media studies.




So the British Army, which is always moaning about a lack of funding, operates a troll factory. And that troll factory is officially being used against the population of the UK? Presumably these are the same trolls who came up with the XRW campaign / dob your mates in to receive promotion.

A quick look at their website raises quite a few questions..


Cultural and linguistic advice presumably means they advised on the "Army needs snowflakes" recruitment campaign. Can't say I ever heard of the Stasi or Gestapo getting anything quite as wrong as that. The Scottish cybernats seem to be convinced that the 77th Media Mastodons was deployed en masse against them.

  • Web Ops Team. The Web Ops Team collects information and understands audience sentiment in the virtual domain. Within the extant OSINT policy framework, they may engage with audiences in order to influence perceptions to support operational outcomes.
  • Production Team. The Production Team design and create video, audio, print and digital products that aim to influence behaviours for both the Army and external audience. Additionally, they advise on campaign strategy and propose innovative behavioural change methods


Seems they can't spell propaganda..

WHAT WE FOCUS ON
  • Women Peace and Security (WPS) in conflict
  • Protection of Civilians (POC)
  • Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC)
  • Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (MSHT)
  • Integrity and Anti-Corruption (IAC)

The first is to be expected of blue haired mastodons with cankles and 17 cats and no prospect whatsoever of ever breeding due to their personalities... I find the integrity and anti-corruption the most chilling. Almost as though this elite brigade of feminists, cucks and soyboys have a gun to the head of anyone who dares question their deranged ideology. Given the worryingly extreme lack of morals and standards displayed by most feminists, whether male or female, putting them in charge of integrity must be a bit like putting Tony Blair ( the ultimate cuck feminist or did Bercow upstage him?) in charge of the Middle East peace process.

"The Staff Corps consists of around 100 Group B reservist officers who operate at predominantly chief executive, director, and senior technical or operation manager level in large commercial enterprises or organisations.... Technical Communications, Corporate, Stratcoms, Advertising, Marketing, Digital Commerce, Banking and Academia among others."

So any ivory tower cuck or weirdo who can't hold their own in online debate can now be paid to call their publically funded trolls in?


Does anyone who isn't a sock puppet of the 77th ( @RoyalGreenJacket ) think that taxpayers money should be used to fund this? I've seen these troll factories develop in the civil service, informally at first with the director merely mentioning that their latest pronoucement will be tweeted later should anyone like to comment. Not that it might help your promotion prospects if you do of course. All the way to organised pile ons which clearly emanate from CS offices for journalists who dare criticise some aspect of policy or competence.

This however is some hardcore dystopian bastardry, the Army being used against the people and freedoms it is supposed to protect, trying to prevent the free speech which is the cornerstone of our civilisation.

More to the point the Army must truly be awash with money to dedicate any resources whatsoever to this abject nonsense. The Ministry of Demoralisation really has made Orwell proud, could we instead work to make him mere fiction again?


* Who had their twitter account hacked, amusingly.
What news of Mafeking?
 

Flight

LE
Book Reviewer
OK, OK, 'fess up. Which one of these are you:

1. Russian troll paid for by Putin
2. Momentum activist/SJW
3. Turps nudging, tinfoil hat wearing, moon howler

What I am and how I conduct my hobbies or interests online is none of the state's business.
 
The XRW thing was hilarious.

Imply that some group in Latvia comprised of two men and a dog has a "British wing" and write some bollocks about Paganism. Include a load of flags and symbols and tell everyone to look out for something that doesn't exist. Then put it up across every bit of MoD property. I wonder how much that cost.

Russian diplomatic vehicles outside of London? Actual nutters lingering around TA centres? Attempts made by suspicious types to get into barracks? Theft of kit from stores? Nah. Rod that off. Don't update the pictures for ages even if you bother to put them up in the first place. But what's that you say? The 999th White Wolves of Minsk Motorcycle Club have a BRITISH CHAPTER?! Better plaster the innards of every building we've got.
Good thing Islamist nutters don't use online propaganda to convert the gullible.

You silly.
 
Despite the fact that 5G is proven to be perfectly safe? By Scientists and engineers who will use it themselves. And will allow their families and friends to the same?
You can't even take shelter with 5G, as soon as you switch your TV on, the rays will come through the screen and seep in through your eyes, thus infecting you with corona which is the new teccy terminology for radiation!!
 
What I am and how I conduct my hobbies or interests online is none of the state's business.


You seem to have posted in a state of notable intoxication.
 
The cabinet office's rapid response unit used to be called the rapid rebuttal unit, was set up under Tony Blair to discredit journalists and stories which he didn't like.

Cut it any which way you like, make any excuse due to medical emergency you like, the fact remains that the Army is being used politically.
If - as seems likely - there is some substance to the allegation that DHSC created fake nurse identities on social media to send out messages about Coronavirus then politicians have moved on from discrediting stories to making them.

At which point my civic servility runs out...
 
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