Specifically, in April 1967, the CIA wrote a dispatch which coined the term “conspiracy theories” … and recommended methods for discrediting such theories. The dispatch was marked “psych” – short for “psychological operations” or disinformation – and “CS” for the CIA’s “Clandestine Services” unit.
The dispatch was produced in responses to a Freedom of Information Act request by the New York Times in 1976.
The dispatch states:
The aim of this dispatch is to provide material countering and discrediting the claims of the conspiracy theorists, so as to inhibit the circulation of such claims in other countries. Background information is supplied in a classified section and in a number of unclassified attachments.
3. Action. We do not recommend that discussion of the [conspiracy] question be initiated where it is not already taking place. Where discussion is active addresses are requested:
To discuss the publicity problem with and friendly elite contacts (especially politicians and editors) , pointing out that the [official investigation of the relevant event] made as thorough an investigation as humanly possible, that the charges of the critics are without serious foundation, and that further speculative discussion only plays into the hands of the opposition.
Point out also that parts of the conspiracy talk appear to be deliberately generated by … propagandists. Urge them to use their influence to discourage unfounded and irresponsible speculation.
Example: Vaccines cause Autism
Fact: A doctor discovered that mercury used as a preservative in the vaccines (unknown what was in the vaccine), is a neuron-toxin, and that it destroys brain tissue, especially in developing fetuses.
The logical conclusion would be to test and see whether this is true or not.
Their solution is to deny any link to autism and vaccines, based on the fact that if they did Billions of Dollars would be lost in lawsuits to the AMA, drug companies, government, etc.
Argument: Why would anybody want to create birth defects in children?
Reason: Population control as children with disabilities rarely reproduce.
Agenda 21: The drug companies knew about it from the beginning.
Summarizing the tactics which the CIA dispatch recommended:
- Claim that it would be impossible for so many people would keep quiet about such a big conspiracy.
- There is a shadow government that is controlling the population, and they constantly keep us fighting amongst ourselves, when they are the true enemies. They create wars, and sell weapons to both sides. They are in key positions of government, politics, law enforcement, courts, media, entertainment, etc.
- Claim that witness or testimony is unreliable.
Andrew Jeremy Wakefield (born 1957) is a British former physician and academic who was struck off the medical register due to his involvement in is the Lancet MMR Autism Research, a 1998 study that directly identified a link between the measles, mumps, rubella, vaccines to AUTISM, and going public.
- Ignore conspiracy claims unless discussion about them is already too active
- Gaslighting: Everyone who makes claims against the illegal activities of the United States Government is crazy, yet the official story for 9-11 is 2 planes knocked down 3 buildings.
Accuse theorists of being mentally ill, or politically motivated. Destroy the credibility of the witness or political opponent by accusing them of the same thing your doing.
- After Donald Trump called for Peace, everyone erroneously blamed him for the assault on the Capital -which was staged. The narrative has changed from rioting because of the President, instead of Election Fraud which is all this has ever been about.
But Aren’t Conspiracy Theories – by definition Crazy???
No, In fact, conspiracies are based on circumstantial evidence, so they warrant a serious investigation. The CIA and general public just dismisses the claim based on the fact the person who even suggest the government would commit such a heinous crime against its own citizens (9-11), must be be mentally ill, because that is much easier to believe.
However legally, allegations are a legal claim that has to dis-proven or proven based on the specific evidence: and that’s why so many people who expose the illegal activities of the United States Government wind up committing suicide by shooting themselves in the back of the head 3 times.
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