Posted originally on the CTH on March 6, 2023 | Sundance
The battle within cyberspace continues, with mainstream media willing to use every sketchy source possible in order to maintain the great pretending.
As many major stories have shown in the past few years, the big battle over human control is taking place on social media platforms as they continue to be manipulated by government agencies. The Twitter Files released have shown just how extensive the government manipulation of information has become.
The U.S. State Dept, Dept of Homeland Security, FBI, CIA, DOJ, Defense Dept, and a host of ancillary networked agencies and public-private partnership all occupy this space. Essentially, it is a fight for control of the public psyche.
In addition to the Twitter Files, stories averse to the interests of the state (Hunter Biden laptop) and fake stories created in the interest of the state (Trump-Russia) are all manipulated by the network of intelligence agencies, quasi government actors and the social media platforms. This is not debated any longer. There is overwhelming evidence of this reality now.
It is into this context that the Associated Press now promotes a story (with extremely sketchy sourcing) claiming that too much “pro-Trump” support exists on Twitter, and too much anti-DeSantis activity exists on Twitter, for that to be an authentic representation of reality. You see, inside the eco-chamber of the mainstream media, they cannot reconcile organic outcomes that are the opposite of their worldview.
The AP cannot fathom Trump support, ergo the entire architecture of the Twitter system must be Trump “bots” marching against authentic DeSantis. You cannot make this stuff up, yet it is good to actually see how nonsensical the narrative engineering has become.
(Via Associated Press) – […] As Republican voters size up their candidates for 2024, whoever created the bot network is seeking to put a thumb on the scale, using online manipulation techniques pioneered by the Kremlin to sway the digital platform conversation about candidates while exploiting Twitter’s algorithms to maximize their reach.
The sprawling bot network was uncovered by researchers at Cyabra, an Israeli tech firm that shared its findings with The Associated Press. While the identity of those behind the network of fake accounts is unknown, Cyabra’s analysts determined that it was likely created within the U.S. (read more)
Now, who do you think the control officers behind the “Israeli tech firm” support? The American candidate promoting “America First” economics?…. Or the controlled candidate promoting “America along with the interests of mutually beneficial multinational corporations?”
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