posted on Sep, 18 2009 @ 09:56 AM
I'll say there definitely are wanna be disinfo agents. More like secretaries/trainees in a psyop department that would like to get past the neophyte
stage as soon as possible. Let's face it there is a WEALTH of data to be researched here, in terms of human behavior. A great place to get an ear to
the ground perspective on "the revolution" should there be one.
One of the easiest tools to get inside a "nerd cell" is to whip up a persona like they do when looking for child predators, pose as someone they
WANT or WANT TO TALK TO. Avatars and web links in profiles might lead you astray if they especially appeal to you. Remember the viral comic strip
about the hairy old fat man posing as the young woman in a chat room? I'd be looking out for that, just for example.
The potential disinfo hotspots, I find, are the ones detailing religious, 2nd amendment rights and Israeli counterpoints. Invoking EXTREME
Some fictitious examples:
"How come christians are so wrong all the time?"
"Jesus was nothing in Islam"
"Handguns are just stupid"
"Why do you need guns anyway"
"Just let Israel go and it will all go wit it"
"Why Israel should be destroyed"
"Obama a Kenyan slavemaster"
Provocateuring if I ever saw it. Especially watch popular threads along those lines. There will be one or two pushing a unique view to consider...
"Gov't Disinfo Agents on ats" is a thread I'd expect to normally pass over too.