posted on Dec, 10 2008 @ 11:43 PM
Rumor has it that the Company has a group that in earlier days was referred to as "The Boys in the Basement." Not all one section , but multiple
sections with the same trade - used to it was "dirty tricks."
Sure to have evolved over the years, is could be reasonable assumed to have somewhat evolved to meet the pressing needs of the day.
There is no reason why the Company would not want sections of special operatives who could approach problems from somewhat "skewered" positions
outside the box, and be able to react very quickly where there is a need.
Scenario engineering is now a very precise science. You have data on people, you plug in the scenario you wish to see occur, the events are then
initiated by utilizing these 'unknowing assets.' All they know is that suddenly, the very thing they have been desirous to do, is now possible.
No one directs them, no one controls them, and that's the beauty. If you have a Brazilian eco-nut, you can craft a tragedy using him and other
unknowing agents to effect a desired result.
Cheaper too. Not on the payroll, and you don't have to worry about benefits or overtime.