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originally posted by: Painterz
Well this is interesting, information has come to light that Bolton's superpac was alarmed that more and more Americans viewed war unfavorably, and wanted to construct an advertising campaign aimed at reversing these peacenik views.
“The Bolton PAC was obsessed with how America was becoming limp wristed and spineless and it wanted research and messaging for national security issues,” said Wylie, a data expert who was a key figure in the founding of Cambridge Analytica. “That really meant making people more militaristic in their worldview. That’s what they said they wanted, anyway.”
Bolton’s PAC hired Cambridge Analytica months after it was founded in 2014, and the firm’s work with Bolton’s group became an example that it used to pitch potential clients about the value of its data harvesting model.
Emails viewed by the Times suggest that former Trump political strategist Steve Bannon had some role in setting up contacts between Bolton and Cambridge Analytica, as an email from a Cambridge Analytica employee sent to Bolton specifically mentioned Bannon in its subject header.
Interesting example, I wonder how many of the 'Don't listen to stupid libtards, just bomb North-Korea!' commentators on Facebook posts are paid bots putting out the pro-war message.
I find it fascinating that actual examples of government mind-control are coming out into the open now.
PNAC: "... Robert Kagan, Devon Gaffney Cross, Bruce P. Jackson and John R. Bolton serve as directors"
"And advanced forms of biological warfare that can target specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool"
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: CharlesT
I agree although I'm thinking more of Iran than Russia.