Are You Capable of Identifying Those Campaigns?
Part III of a Three Part
Example No. 1
Pentagon Readies Efforts to Sway Sentiment Abroad
Tue. Feb. 19, 2002 at 9:00 AM ET
By JAMES DAO and ERIC SCHMITT The New York Times
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18 The Pentagon is developing plans to provide news items, possibly even false ones, to foreign media organizations as part of a new effort to influence public sentiment and policy makers in both friendly and unfriendly countries, military officials said.
The plans, which have not received final approval from the Bush administration,....
Example No. 2
Example No. 3
It is said that the most devastating snare satan has connived was the one by means of which many Christians, in general, have been convinced by their own shepherds and theologians, that satan does not exist. It is said of it to be "the most devastating" snare because it is par with the one he used with Eve in Paradise.
Well, it seems that Mr. Robert J. Samuelsom of Newsweek Magazine has taken his cues from the same source. In a one page article published by Newsweek International on October 6, 2003 [p. 51] he proceeds to prove and demonstrate the great "Limits of Media Power". He closes his "I believe in Santa Claus" mentality article by stating:The Limits of Media Power - October 6, 2003 - By Robert J. Samuelsom, NEWSWEEK InternationalWe hope that Mr. Samuelsom is some sort of conspirator and his job that week was to blow much smoke upon the unsuspecting public. On the other hand, if that poor man really believes what he wrote and NEWSWEEK has him in their payroll, then, the world media is really in trouble.
"...Because the media are everywhere - and inspire much resentment - their influence is routinely exaggerated. The mistake is confusing visibility with power... The truth is that we echo, amplify, influence and refine public opinion but rarely create or manipulate it. "
After having read what Mr. Samuelsom claims does not exist, read Example 1 again. In it you will see in the proverbial black and white what Mr. Samuelsom says that "does not exist and does not have any significant power".
No, dear brothers and sisters - this is not Black Humor... sadly enough, this is reality!
Example No. 4
On the New York Times issue of of
July 9, 2009 (2),
we read the following headline...
Now, let us review the first few paragraphs of the news report so that we may show you how the reader's brain is being "formatted" (like a computer hard disk) to eventually receive and joyfully accept, at a later time, what they have in mind.
We will cut and paste part of the news article without changing a word. We will then, using italic lettering, "translate" to you the message that we have underlined in their text
WASHINGTON – U.S. authorities on Wednesday eyed North Korea as the origin of the widespread cyber attack that overwhelmed government Web sites in the United States and South Korea, although they warned it would be difficult to definitively identify the attackers quickly.
The reader feels
Even the mighty US technological prowess cannot pin point the source -
as the Internet exists now. The average citizen should be concerned
The powerful attack that targeted dozens of government and private sites underscored how unevenly prepared the U.S. government is to block such multipronged assaults.
Again, the reader feels insecurity! Even the mighty US technological prowess is not prepared to pin point the source or protect itself - as the Internet exists now. The average citizen should also be concerned about it.
While Treasury Department and Federal Trade Commission Web sites were shut down by the software attack, which lasted for days over the holiday weekend, others such as the Pentagon and the White House were able to fend it off with little disruption.
The threat really is
for the Internet users' pockets (notice the choice of targets;
the Treasure Dept. and The FTC), not the Pentagon and the White House. Anyone can relate to "their
The North Korea link, described by three officials, more firmly connected the U.S. attacks to another wave of cyber assaults that hit government agencies Tuesday in South Korea. The officials said that while Internet addresses have been traced to North Korea, that does not necessarily mean the attack involved the Pyongyang government.
The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.
usual technique to give the reader a feeling of "illicitly knowing
inside information". Should we trust a government official in a
position to know "inside information" and who
goes against superior orders... day in and day out? That's not the
issue! The issue is to make the reader feel that they are "in the know".
South Korea intelligence officials have identified North Korea as a suspect in those attacks and said that the sophistication of the assault suggested it was carried out at a higher level that just rogue or individual hackers.
or individual hackers have proven to be more capable than those
safeguarding confidential information within
the governments; that is why
the governments often hire them. What the manipulators are trying to do is
another piece of (false) information using the North Korea
government as a generic
U.S. officials would not go that far and declined to discuss publicly who may have instigated the intrusion or how it was done.
In an Associated Press interview, Philip Reitinger, deputy under secretary at the Homeland Security Department, said the far-reaching attacks demonstrate the importance of cybersecurity as a critical national security issue.
Aha! Cybersecurity is
now the critical national security issue.... so, get ready, because
are really going to clamp down. But wait, remember, neither the Defense
Department nor the White House were compromised. Never mind! With the
ten second attention span of most world citizens the reader would have
forgotten about the statement they read above eleven seconds ago....
The truth of the
matter is that when the world masters concocted the original clamp down
- Phase III (1) (which
about ten days after Bush II took office) - they had
no idea how the Internet was going to evolve so they could
not include in Phase III the clamp down procedures for the Internet.
Now, they know; therefore, they have to create a threat in the readers'
mind, a threat which "they are now powerless against", to justify their
future "protective" actions.
The fact that a series of computers were involved in an attack, Reitinger said, "doesn't say anything about the ultimate source of the attack."
"What it says is that those computers were as much a target of the attack as the eventual Web sites that are targets," said Reitinger, who heads DHS cybersecurity operations. "They're just zombies that are being used by some unseen third party to launch attacks against government and nongovernment Web sites."
The reader is now being told that they are as much of a target as the government is.... and of course, the statement implies that the Homeland Security will rush to your assistance to protect all!
Targets of the most widespread cyber offensive of recent years also included the National Security Agency, Homeland Security Department and State Department, the Nasdaq stock market and The Washington Post, according to an early analysis of the software used in the attacks.
The Associated Press obtained the target list from security experts analyzing the attacks. They provided the list on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the investigation.
Other experts in cyber assaults said the incident shined a harsh light on the U.S. government's efforts to protect all of its agencies against Web-based attacks.
Here they are reminding (and preparing) the reader anew for the Internet Patriot Act because they would not want you to be as vulnerable as New York was on September 11, 2001.
Frankly, if they had a way to send anthrax via e-mail they would certainly do it to completely secure your agreement to whatever they are concocting now.
Let us pray..... (because there is nothing else left to do!)
(1) The "prophetic" National Security Package
(2) News Article [The news article has been removed by the New York Times as of July 22, 2014. We found a duplicate article published by Sina - a Chinese on-line publication]
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