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‘I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool’: meet the data war whistleblower

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posted on Mar, 19 2018 @ 09:46 PM
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originally posted by: Cassi3l
A more recent update :Cambridge analytica execs boast dirty tricks

Caught on camera by a reporter :


When the reporter asked if Cambridge Analytica could offer investigations into the damaging secrets of rivals, Nix said it worked with former spies from Britain and Israel to look for political dirt. He also volunteered that his team were ready to go further than an investigation.

“Oh, we do a lot more than that,” he said over dinner at an exclusive hotel in London. “Deep digging is interesting, but you know equally effective can be just to go and speak to the incumbents and to offer them a deal that’s too good to be true and make sure that that’s video recorded.

“You know these sort of tactics are very effective, instantly having video evidence of corruption.”


Purveyors of influence
not so much about "The Deep State"
more about "The Deepest pockets"



Pretty sure the deep state ARE the deepest pockets

The power to control the narrative and sway public opinion has been the game for quite a while.

general artificial intelligence will be the end of us. No wonder we can't find signals from alien worlds, no one can make it past this gate.




posted on Mar, 19 2018 @ 10:33 PM
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originally posted by: Harpua

originally posted by: Cassi3l
A more recent update :Cambridge analytica execs boast dirty tricks

Caught on camera by a reporter :


When the reporter asked if Cambridge Analytica could offer investigations into the damaging secrets of rivals, Nix said it worked with former spies from Britain and Israel to look for political dirt. He also volunteered that his team were ready to go further than an investigation.

“Oh, we do a lot more than that,” he said over dinner at an exclusive hotel in London. “Deep digging is interesting, but you know equally effective can be just to go and speak to the incumbents and to offer them a deal that’s too good to be true and make sure that that’s video recorded.

“You know these sort of tactics are very effective, instantly having video evidence of corruption.”


Purveyors of influence
not so much about "The Deep State"
more about "The Deepest pockets"



Pretty sure the deep state ARE the deepest pockets

The power to control the narrative and sway public opinion has been the game for quite a while.

general artificial intelligence will be the end of us. No wonder we can't find signals from alien worlds, no one can make it past this gate.


I also wouldn't be surprised if the "reporter" who filmed cambridge analytica wasn't on the payroll of an alphabet soup agency.



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