Thinking Slow: PSYOPS and Sleeper Agents | The Delingpod

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The World of Illusion

() – 17 Dec 2023 |

Delingpole talks to Alex Kreil, about the ongoing psychological operations and myriad of sleeper agents used to influence the emotions, motives, and behaviour of various target audiences.

is by training a physicist and was one of the first people to highlight the flawed nature of the Imperial COVID model in May 2020, he is a founder of the Thinking Coalition which comprises a group of citizens who are concerned about Government overreach.


Psychological operations (PSYOP) are operations designed to convey selected information to influence the emotions, motives, and behaviour of various target audiences, including governments, organisations, and individuals. They involve the planned use of and other psychological techniques to influence opinions, emotions, and attitudes. PSYOP can be used in various contexts, including support of special operations, unconventional warfare, and counterinsurgency operations. The ultimate goal of PSYOP is to influence foreign attitudes and behaviour in a manner that is favourable to the interests of the entity conducting the operations.

The cardinal motto for all PSYOP applications is “Truth is the best PSYOP,” emphasising the importance of presenting credible information consistent with reality to all audiences. While the primary intent is to influence the behavior of the target audience, it is important to note that the use of PSYOP is a complex and multifaceted practice that can have various implications and applications, not solely limited to the nation's best interest.

Sleeper Agents

Sleeper agents, also known as sleeper cells, are individuals who are recruited and trained by to live undercover in a target country or organisation. Unlike active agents who are immediately tasked with missions, sleeper agents keep a low profile and remain dormant, sometimes for years, until they receive orders to carry out a specific task. They are selected for their ability to blend in, adapt, and remain inconspicuous in their target environment, often possessing diverse skills such as linguistic, technological, and tactical expertise. Sleeper agents rely on instructions from “handlers,” who are higher-ranking intelligence personnel. Once activated, they shift from a passive state to an active one, engaging in espionage, sabotage, or other assigned tasks. The secrecy of their true identity is paramount, and they are often likened to “wolves in sheep's clothing,” hiding among the enemy and waiting to strike.

Sleeper agents may work in groups as part of a clandestine cell system with other agents. Even if not activated, a sleeper agent is still considered an asset and can play an active role in sedition, espionage, or treason if activated. The best sleeper agents are those who do not need to be in regular contact with the sponsoring intelligence agency, making them difficult to detect.

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Source: Alex Kriel (Thinking Slow)


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