Dustin Broadbery is an investigative journalist and blogger.
Insurgency is defined as an organised political struggle by a hostile minority, seeking to seize power through revolutionary means. Counterinsurgency is the military doctrine deployed against such non-state actors, with the aim of infiltrating and eradicating these movements. The danger posed by insurgents is not their physical presence on the battlefield, but their ideology.
The focus of the intelligence state has shifted from foreign to domestic populations, particularly after the 9/11 attacks. This shift is evidenced by Edward Snowden’s 2013 revelations about the NSA’s collection of vast amounts of data from ordinary Americans. This total information awareness is indicative of a paranoid state seeking absolute control over its population.
The COVID-19 “pandemic” has further highlighted this trend. Those who dare to think for themselves or conduct their own research have been targeted. The predictive policing of track-and-trace and the theory of asymptomatic transmission are the state’s attempts to achieve total information awareness over its citizens.
Big philanthropy has a significant role in shaping activism.
George Soros’s Open Foundation, the largest global donor to activist and “pro-democracy” groups, often supports groups that are ideologically aligned with the multinational energy corporations they are supposedly opposing.
Facebook’s origins and the role of the CIA and other intelligence agencies in shaping its development are worth noting.
Facebook has become a platform for emotional manipulation and played a significant role in spreading fear during the “pandemic”.
Counterinsurgency tactics and psyops have been instrumental in shaping the internet and influencing public opinion. These tactics have been used to control and manipulate the public, leading to a significant loss of privacy and freedom.