Cognitive Infiltration

cognitive-infiltration

H/t to Brushbeater for this important link.

Print, then read.

You’ll want to go through it again.

Sound familiar?

21 responses to “Cognitive Infiltration

  1. I think it does, at any rate I have read it before. Probably here, in the not-so-way-back time machine. Sherman knows the low down on when it appeared here.

  2. (((Cass Sunstein)))

    (((Saul Alinsky)))

    (((Max Eitingon)))

    (((Marcus Wolf)))

    (((etc.)))

    • Technique #3 – ‘TOPIC DILUTION’

      Topic dilution is not only effective in forum sliding it is also very useful in keeping the forum readers on unrelated and non-productive issues. This is a critical and useful technique to cause a ‘RESOURCE BURN.’ By implementing continual and non-related postings that distract and disrupt (trolling ) the forum readers they are more effectively stopped from anything of any real productivity. If the intensity of gradual dilution is intense enough, the readers will effectively stop researching and simply slip into a ‘gossip mode.’ In this state they can be more easily misdirected away from facts towards uninformed conjecture and opinion. The less informed they are the more effective and easy it becomes to control the entire group in the direction that you would desire the group to go in. It must be stressed that a proper assessment of the psychological capabilities and levels of education is first determined of the group to determine at what level to ‘drive in the wedge.’ By being too far off topic too quickly it may trigger censorship by a forum moderator.

      Notice how he always makes it about Jews?

      • outlawpatriot

        Roger that. Peter should sack these fuckers. They’ve said all they need to say. And all they know to say. We got it. No need for the constant repetition. And in the case of this fuck, he could turn a nasty weather report into a conspiracy by the Jews.🙂

      • You don’t understand. Haxo has it right. Undeniable fact at this point. Ford warned us 100 years ago.

    • Hahaha, mere statistical improbabilities. Surely. It starts getting mighty uncomfortable for a rational man past that…

  3. Excellent post, thank you.

  4. -Most of us have at least one major inlet into our lives of radical disinformation and it’s called a TV. Shame on YOU if you have one and waste your precious life looking at it. Turn the damn thing off!
    -Accept nothing at face value. Do your own research.
    -TRUST NO ONE outside of your tribe.

  5. Frickin’ Cass Sunstein is just like his lunatic bride and everybody else involved with this current regime- evil to the core.

    • Centurion_Cornelius

      Nailed it Elmo! Evil to the core. (see below re: evil)

      Civilization has sought, since day one, once the basics have been met ( food, water, shelter), the good, true, and beautiful. Not these monsters of today

      Death, destruction. perversion, and rip-it-all-down is their credo.

      Makes it whole lot easier to tickle the fun switch as you get the red dot on ’em when they or their goons come for ya after they start the “festivities.”

      I once asked a learned theologian whether can Satan ever be redeemed; can the Devil ever be rehabilitated? “Nope” was the answer. Being an angelic spirit, and possessing infinite cerebral thought, Satan made a calculated, conscious, and everlasting decision to oppose the Almighty. That, plus the pride aspect—Satan wanted equality with God. The created being wanted parity with the Creator. Nope.

      Just like a rattlesnake on my ranch–I don’t debate it–I dispatch it.

      WITHOUT.
      MERCY.

      Good to the Good/Bad to the Bad

  6. Let me add Peter Singer to The List.

    “A pig is a dog is a boy,” quoth this mainspring of moral equivalency at the cellular level, and a founding expectorant of the human extinction movement.

    Rot in Hell. Soon.

  7. When using the techniques presented, it is absolutely essential to be systematic in the determination of a particular individual’s motives.

    The flip side of the COIN, pun intended, is that, through mental laziness, paranoia can end up consuming people, effectively being a tool for destabilization as well.

    “The suspicious eye sees only evil” and all that razzmatazz.

    A general metric may involve the following:

    Say I run a blog devoted to chronicling the adventures of Mohammed’s friends. When a posting is made, illustrating an especially deplorable act committed by Big Mo’s Posse, a particular individual may slither out of the woodwork, stating that Crazy Mo’s Fanclub Inc. aren’t any worse than Team Jesus and their Crusades, etc.

    1) Given that the subject matter is, generally, consistently pointing out the adventures of the 72-Inexperienced Ladies’ Lounge Dwellers in a less-than-positive light, why would said commentor even follow a blog devoted to critique thereof?

    2) Why does said commentor seemingly only ascend from the primordial ooze when particularly horrendous acts are the topic of discussion?

    3) Why does said commentor invariably swoop in to the defense of the Door-To-Door Head-Removal Salesmen?

    The above scenario has been observed on occasion, in certain spheres, and is just one type of red flag. The topic of discussion, or the general thesis is irrelevant. Usually if something seems, “off”, it is.

    Granted, it’s the Internet, and there’s no shortage of conisseurs devoted to nasal delicacies; known also as the Booger-Eating, Rick-rolling, Troll.

    The trick is ultimately determining whether you’re dealing with a turd-swirler or someone collecting a paycheck…

  8. Some notes:

    William Godwin = Encyclopedist = Redefining = JS Mill = Unconstrained Thought = The Law as a Means, not to an End = Memes = Government = New Moral Code.

  9. LaGrandeGuy@yahoo.com

    http://www.sigidwiki.com/wiki/Signal_Identification_Guide
    Check out numbers stations/enigma
    unbreakable encrypted comms in use since WW1 era
    just sayin…..

  10. Sounds like a variant of Pournelle’s law of Bureaucracy —
    “Pournelle’s Iron Law of Bureaucracy states that in any bureaucratic organization there will be two kinds of people: those who work to further the actual goals of the organization, and those who work for the organization itself. Examples in education would be teachers who work and sacrifice to teach children, vs. union representative who work to protect any teacher including the most incompetent. The Iron Law states that in all cases, the second type of person will always gain control of the organization, and will always write the rules under which the organization functions.”

  11. Why don’t we call it what it really is, Cointel Pro? An FBI program that supposedly was ended in the late 60’s… It’s heartbeat is stronger than ever today with an army of agent provacateurs.. Old militia joke, out of 5 militiamen, 2 are FBI agents trying to blow something up, 1 is DEA agent trying to sell meth, 1 is ATF trying to sell an SBR, and the last guy is just enjoying the free range and donuts!

  12. gbyers@wyoming.com

    Pete, To this I would add th