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[SF182] ‘No Plumbers Allowed 2' Live [Pt.1/2]

[SF184] Live ‘No Plumbers Allowed 2.5' Who is ? |

The boys discuss the acting gatekeeping intelligence assets undermining anyone who questions the matrix. 

Authoritarian regimes often use psychological warfare tactics to undermine and discredit anyone who questions official state narratives. 

Some key methods include:

  • Utilising intelligence assets and gatekeepers: Regimes employ and key figures in media, tech platforms, and other institutions to control the flow of information and censor dissenting voices. This allows them to shape the narrative and marginalise opposition.
  • Spreading disinformation and sowing distrust: Authoritarians use coordinated online campaigns to perpetuate false narratives, sow doubt in institutions, and promote polarisation. This makes it harder for the public to discern truth from fiction.
  • Narrative laundering and boosterism: Regimes legitimise created narratives by repeating them across media outlets and amplifying the perception that certain viewpoints are popular. This gives the illusion of widespread support for official positions.
  • Utilising sock puppets and front organisations: Authoritarians create fake online personas and websites to spread , while posing as independent sources. This allows them to covertly manipulate discourse.
  • and intimidation: Regimes censor information, arrest journalists and activists, and use other forms of intimidation to silence critics and maintain control over the narrative. This creates a chilling effect that discourages questioning of official accounts.

Psychological Warfare

How Authoritarians Silence Dissent and Manipulate Narratives

Authoritarian regimes around the world are increasingly deploying sophisticated psychological warfare tactics to control information, discredit critics, and shape public opinion in their favour. By weaponising and , these regimes aim to undermine democracy, weaken democratic norms, and ensure the survival of their governance systems.

One of the key methods used by authoritarians is the strategic deployment of intelligence assets and gatekeepers to control the flow of information and censor dissenting voices. Regimes employ and key figures in media, tech platforms, and other institutions to marginalise opposition and promote official narratives.

Another tactic is the widespread use of disinformation and the sowing of distrust. Authoritarian states orchestrate coordinated online campaigns to perpetuate false narratives, sow doubt in institutions, and promote polarisation. This makes it harder for the public to discern truth from fiction.

Regimes also engage in “narrative laundering” – legitimising created narratives by repeating them across media outlets and amplifying the perception that certain viewpoints are popular. They utilise sock puppets and front organisations to spread while posing as independent sources.
and intimidation are also common tools in the authoritarian playbook. Regimes censor information, arrest journalists and activists, and use other forms of intimidation to silence critics and maintain control over the narrative. This creates a chilling effect that discourages questioning of official accounts.

To counter these influence operations, democratic governments must update their toolkit, increase coordination, and build public resilience against manipulation. This requires investing in media literacy education, supporting independent journalism, and developing new frameworks for content moderation and platform accountability.

Ultimately, the battle against authoritarian psychological warfare is a battle for the future of democracy itself. By understanding and exposing these tactics, we can build a more resilient and informed public that is capable of resisting manipulation and upholding the values of truth, transparency, and freedom of expression.

Part 1

Recorded in front of a  Live audience in Huddersfield on May 18 2024. Additional information added to give it more balance and to show how deep the roots of deception burrow.

In this episode we delve into the, The Oppenheimer Cast, Dame Emma and Sir Christopher Nolan, and the phenomenon of ‘acting assassins'. We look into the genealogies of famous stars like, , Ben Affleck and JLo, , The Kardashian Family, George and Amel Clooney, Benedict Cumberbatch and The Cameron Family.

Part 2

The first 45mins of Part 2 was recorded at the Live Event in Huddersfield May 18th, 2024.

In the first part of this recording, discuss some acting dynasties, like, the Fox family, The Havers Family and and her links to Military Intelligence, and also cover Sir , the Lewis family and his father's work for the Ministry of Information that was the part of the Intelligence community.

The last part of the Live Event was a dive into the lineage of and his family's ancient ancestry, their Banking business, family work done for the British Empire, and his family ties to the Military industrial complex.

The last hour or so, added further research that was completed after the live event which mainly covers Joly's maternal background. This will shed new light on Joly and possibly show his real role in undermining anyone who questions the matrix.

Source: [SF184] Sheep Farm Live ‘No Plumbers Allowed 2.5' Who is Dom Joly?

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