posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 07:08 AM
I could think of a couple, mostly disinformation. For example, plant a rumor about some frightening new weapon, to worry some army we're fighting,
or that we might wind up fighting. Like that MOP bomb. Even if the weapon didn't exist, there would be so much chatter about it that it might sound
plausible, and send some country's agents into chasing nonsensical rumors.
Or, double whammy, create so many false rumors that when something real comes to light, people ignore it because there have already been so many false
On a more practical note, I have no doubt whatsoever that this site's posts and members are being monitored. Aside from the non-traditional or
non-mainstream ideas that appear here, there are also calls for "revolution" and other illegal acts. Not many, not frequently, but surely enough to
get the attention of the authorities. This applies to any public forum, not just ATS. Public expressions of violence, crime, revolution, even civil
disorder, are going to be noticed. Even public expressions of serious dissatisfaction with the government are going to get some attention.
As vocal members, we make it easier to identify and, if necessary, neutralize us if the SHTF.