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is the site still up - i cant find it or get on it through the site i saved?
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is the site still up - i cant find it or get on it through the site i saved?

I just tried and it didn't load.

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HOLY F'ING SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


This is like 4th generation psyops/deception material...

All articles are downloadable (at the moment)...





IO Sphere - About/Contact
"The Professional Journal of Joint Information Operations"
published by the Joint Information Operations Warfare Command (JIOWC)
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contact info
IO Sphere
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http://www.au.af.mil/info-ops/iosphere.htm

2009 Winter
cover - "Next Steps"
Social Networking Services: The New Influence Frontier, by Efaw
Achieving Irreversible Momentum, by Dunbar
Countering Internet Extremism, by Thomas
Modeling Broadcasting Infrastructure, by Flatla
The View from the Army IO Proponent: Colonel David Haught Interview, by Whisenhunt
Working Together Downrange, by Garcia
Operations Security in an Age of Radical Transparency, by Murphy
The Long War: Peace Accords With the Militants and US/NATO Airstrikes in Pakistan, by Fasihuddin
Being a Bad Influence: 1944 or 2009?, by the Office of Strategic Services

2008 Fall
cover - "Collaboration"
Editorial, "Carrying IO Outside the Bubble" by Prichard
Employ Chaplains as an IO Asset in the War on Terror, by Ieva
The War of Ideas: The Unheard Voice, by Schmadeka
The Impact of Collateral Damage on the Taliban Insurgency, by Hussain
Red Teaming in EM Space, by Johanning and Winn
Beijing’s Rising Hacker Stars…How Does Mother China React?, by Henderson
US Public Diplomacy: Waiting for the War of Ideas, by Henderson
DOD Computer Network Operations: Time To Hit The Send Button, by Glebocki
A Voice for IO Broadcasting: David Bailey Interview, by Whisenhunt

2008 Summer
cover - "Eyes on the Future"
Editorials, "What Lies Ahead" by Roberts and "From the IO Front" by Marrs
Decisive Use of IO, by Lyman
PSYOP is a Nasty Term—Too Bad, Redux, by Jannarone and Doig
Who Paints the Landscape of War at the Start of the 21st Century?, by Sloggett
A (Pragmatic) Future of Joint Electronic Warfare, by Bourque
Capacity Building Solidifies Gains in Security: Task Force Marne’s Non-Lethal Targeting, by Carvalho
Combatting Cyber Extremism in the Global Environment, by Manganaro
Accounting for Bias in Broadcast Media Message Acceptance, by Allen

2008 Special Edition
cover - "The World Views IO"
In Search of the Greater IO Perspective , by the editors
“The Challenge of Information Operations” International IO Seminar, by Thomas
The Information Revolution and Information Security Problems in Russia, by Tsygichko
An Overview of Information Operations in the Indian Army, by Chatterji
A Discussion of Information Warfare from a Taiwanese Perspective, by Tschai Hui-chen
China’s Comprehensive IW-Strategy Link, by Thomas
Bulgaria: The Rise and Decline of Bulgaria’s Interest in Information Operations, by Tagarev
Ukraine: Information Operations in Countries of the Former Soviet Union, by Pocheptsov
Australia: Current Developments in Australian Army Information Operations, by Nicholas
Canada: Information Operations, by Moss
Israel: Information Operations Threats and Countermeasures, by Ben-Ari
Information Operations in Senegal, by Wardini
Argentina: The Challenge of Information Operations, by Ortiz
Chile: A Vision of Information Operations, by Neira

2008 Spring
cover - "Linking Virtual Worlds"
Applying IO in the Real World, by Dewar
Cyberskepticism: The Mind’s Firewall, by Thomas
A Multi-Dimensional Model for PSYOP Measures of Effectiveness, by Perry
Policing Pakistan’s Northwest Frontier: Fasihuddin Interview, by Whisenhunt
Ask the Cyber Insurgent, by Norris
Joint IO in Counterinsurgency Warfare: A Critical Gap in Capability, by Packwood
In the Mountains of Afghanistan: Brian Glyn Williams Interview, by Whisenhunt
Blogging to Win Hearts and Minds, by Vanderpot
The Marine Corps Information Operations Center, by MCIOC Corner Stone Staff

2008 Winter
cover - "Strategic Communicators"
Balancing and Assessing, by Borque
A Critical Analysis of the US Government’s Current Perception Management Efforts, by Martemucci
Strategic Communication: Distortion and White Noise, by Gramaglia
Hizballah: Deception in the 2006 Summer War, by Acosta
The Trouble With Strategic Comunication(s), by Murphy
Analysis of Layered Social Networks, by Hamill et al
Influencing Friends & Allies: The Role of the Combatant Commander, by LaBruzzo
Prospects for an Information Operations Force, by McMahon
On Being an Electronic Warfare Officer in Iraq, by Williams

2007 Fall
cover - "Countering Extremism"
The Language of Engagement and The Influence Objective, by Borque
Discrediting Suicide Bombing: An Information Strategy, by Whisenhunt
Countering Child Suicide Bombers: Interview With Brooke Goldstein, by Whisenhunt
Understanding Insurgent Brand Strategy, by Miller
Exploring Second Life: Interview with Cory Ondrejka, by Whisenhunt
US Engagement In Africa: A Case Study In AFRICOM Strategic Communications, by Franke et al
Perspectives on Influence and its Role in Counterinsurgency Operations, by Sloggett
A Primer For Deception Analysis: Psychological Operations’ Target Audience Analysis, by Stroh and Wendell

2007 Summer
cover - "Outfitting for Influence"
The Role of Information Operations Campaigns in Shaping a Political Reality: The American Experience as an Example, by Talley
The IO Range: Tackling Electronic Warfare, by Curby-Lucier
Some Thoughts on Networked Radicalization: Interview with Frank J. Cilluffo, by Whisenhunt
Uncertainty in Estimating Human Behavior, by Dick
Marketing As An Element Of Strategic Communication, by Matchette
A Framework for Analyzing & Developing Theater-Specific Information Operations, by Sloggett
Ethics, Counterinsurgency, and Perceptions in the Information Era, by Basilici
Winning the Information War: Principles and a Tenet, by Bourcy

2007 Spring
cover - "Focus the Message"
An Iranian View of US Psychological Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, by Asisian
The Global Information Environment & 21st Century Warfare: Targeting Public Opinion in the 5th Dimension, by Schmidt
Intelligence Support to Contemporary Information Operations, by Sloggett
IO During the Malayan Emergency, by Bortree
Strategic Communications: Arab Media and the War in Iraq, by Irani
Cooperative Electronic Attack Using Unmanned Air Vehicles, by Mears
A Look at the Information Environment, by Romanych

2007 Winter
cover - "New Horizons"
IO In an Unpredictable World, by Geron
Welcome to the JIOWC, by Johnson
Tactical IO in Support of Time Sensitive Planning, by Carvalho
Awareness Through Agility: Teenagers as a Model for Terrorist Development of Situational Awareness, by Sheffer
Information Operations: The Challenges of Second Generation Insurgencies, by Sloggett
This Is Al-Jazeera, by Carney
Hezballah, Israel, and Cyber PSYOP, by Thomas
PSYOP in Stabilization and Reconstruction Operations: Preparing for Korean Reunification, by Mushtare
Southeast Asia Violent Ideology Seminar, by Whisenhunt
The War of Ideas in Southeast Asia: Interview with Kenneth Ward, by Whisenhunt

2006 Fall
cover - "Information Trails"
Choosing Words Carefully: Language to Help Fight Islamic Terrorism, by Streusand and Tunnell
Standing Up the Information Operations Range, by Sabo
Developing Joint Information Operations Warriors, by Pickle
A Closer Look at Radical Islam: Interview with Joseph A. Butta, Jr., by Whisenhunt
The Role of the Suicide Terrorist in Information Operations, by Goldstein et al
Harmonizing Australian-US Electronic Warfare Requirements, by Beebe
Improving Intelligence Support to IO, by Plevell
The Zero Effect: The Impact of Network-Centric Warfare on Operational Planning, by Andrews
USAF Intelligence Training & IO Warrior Preparation: Interview With Colonel Scott A. Bethel, by Whisenhunt
The Implications Of Chaplaincy Involvement Within Information Operations, by Smith
Keeping It Safe and Protected: The Mobile User (Part II), by Collingwood

2006 Summer
cover - "Using Influence Space"
Blogs and Military Information Strategy, by Kinniburgh and Denning
Strategic Communication: Key Enabler for Elements of National Power, by Josten
Cyber Mobilization: A Growing Counterinsurgency Campaign, by Thomas
Twenty-Eight Articles: Fundamentals of Company-Level Counterinsurgency, by Kilcullen
Thinking About Second & Third Order Effects: A Sample (And Simple) Methodology, by Miller
The Role of Information Operations in Strategy, Conventional War and Low Intensity Conflict, by Thomé,

2006 Spring
cover - "Looking Downrange"
Countering Al Qaeda: An Interview with Dr. Rohan Gunaratna, interviewed by Whisenhunt
Incorporating Cultural Intelligence Into Joint Doctrine, by Coles
Designating Information Operations as the Joint Force’s Main Effort - What Do We Really Mean?, by Horowicz
Enabling Strategic Communication at the Combatant Commands, by Perkins and Scott
Methodology for Determining EW JMEM, by MacEslin
Philippine Information Operations During The Hukbalahap Counterinsurgency Campaign, by Bridgewater

2006 Winter
cover - "Public Affairs on the Battlefield"
Strategic Communications: An Expanded IO Role?, by Perkins
Man-hunting, Nexus Topography, Dark Networks and Small Worlds, by Dodson
Operational Implications of Public Affairs—Factors, Functions, and Challenges of the Information Battlefield, by Crotts
Applying the Principles of War to Information, by Rowe
Objectives in the Information Environment, by Romanych and Cordray
Elements of National Power—Need for a Capabilities Compendium, by Josten
Keeping it Safe and Protected: The Mobile User, by Collingwood

2005 Fall
cover
Strategic Communications: How to Make it Work?, by Ecklund
Counterpropaganda: An Important Capability for Joint Forces, by Cali and Romanych
Thoughts on the Application of Military Theory to Information Operations and Network Centric Warfare, by Heickerö
Operational Net Assessment: A Framework for Social Network Analysis, by Hannan
Using Decision Analysis to Increase Commanders’ Confidence for Employment of Computer Network Operations, by Butler, Deckro, and Weir
Tor: An Anonymous Routing Network for Covert On-line Operations, by Fraser, Raines, and Baldwin

2005 Summer
cover
Mapping the Information Environment, by Cordray and Romanych
Influence Operations: Integrated PSYOP Planning, by Szeredy
Human Factors: IO With a Personal Touch, by Goldstein

2005 Spring
cover - "Information Operations: Post 9/11"
Information Operations Doctrine and Non-state Conflict: Shaping the Information Environment to Fight Terrorism and Insurgencies, by Emery, Mowles, and Werchan
A Theory-Based View of IO, by Romanych
Attaining and Maintaining National Security Advantage: Information Operations and Secrecy, by Miller
IO MOE Development and Collection: A Paradigm Shift, by Gray and Howard
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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Guess you guys missed that part; Yes the telegraph continues to change the slideshow. Yes the guy who posted the Blackjack series initially on Digg was a Telegraph employee. Yes it is likely the person running Jackblack12.info and the one promoting the seires on Digg are the same person. Yes it is further likely that he will get spanked on the tooshie when the police track him down when people start to complain and or say "Oh shit I'm going to go crazy thinking this is real and totally get in my bunker, etc."

That's about all I can say at the moment. Be nice if it popped up with an ad for some shitty game -- it'd answer the "What the hell is the point?" of all this.

""Information Operations: Post 9/11"

Oh I bet that's a fun one.

Anyhow I await the conclusion of this bizzare experiment.

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Anyone bothered to Whois the domain yet?
http://www.whois.net/whois/jackblack12.info

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Yeah a few pages back !
It says anthony now ! When did that happen !
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Know Thy Enemy: Profiles of Adversary Leaders and Their Strategic Cultures
http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/cpc-pubs/know_thy_enemy/index.htm
Barry R. Schneider, Jerrold M. Post Editors
July 2003 (Second edition)

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Chapter 10 - The Need for Influence Theory and Actor-Specific Behavioral Models of Adversaries
Alexander L. George

Chapter 11 - Precise Assessments of Rivals: Vital in Asymmetric War Threat Environment
Jerrold M. Post and Barry R. Schneider
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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Anyone bothered to Whois the domain yet?

About 10 times before in this thread.........

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Yeah a few pages back !
It says anthony now ! When did that happen !


Better yet, the photo it is showing is old by the look of the cars.  I wonder where it is supposed to be?

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The Telegraph comic strip and the jackblack site need to be reported to FBI and Homeland Security.  The douchebag behind this hoax needs to be locked up for spreading panic and fear, even it it turns out to be an ad for a game or tv show.

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Better yet, the photo it is showing is old by the look of the cars.  I wonder where it is supposed to be?

This was already answered a few pages back.  It's Los Angeles, City Hall, Freeway 4.  It's an old post card.

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http://www.au.af.mil/info-ops/influence.htm

It is a fundamental mistake to see the enemy as a set of targets. The enemy in war is a group of people. Some of them will have to be killed. Others will have to be captured or driven into hiding. The overwhelming majority, however, have to be persuaded.
--- Frederick Kagan, "War and Aftermath," Policy Review, Aug 03 [Everyone should be familiar with the Kagan family of f**ktards that influenced PNAC and AEI!]

Trying to get people to reason in a way that is not natural for them is like trying to teach a pig to sing. You don't accomplish anything and you annoy the pig.
--- E. Jeffrey Conklin & William Weil

Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed. He who molds public sentiment goes deeper than he who enacts statutes or pronounces decisions. He makes statutes or decisions possible or impossible to execute.
--- President Abraham Lincoln

One cannot wage war under present conditions without the support of public opinion, which is tremendously molded by the press and other forms of propaganda.
--- General Douglas MacArthur

The real target in war is the mind of the enemy commander, not the bodies of his troops.
--- Captain Sir Basil Liddell Hart, Thoughts on War, 1944

The printing press is the greatest weapon in the armoury of the modern commander.... In Asia we were so weak physically that we could not let the metaphysical weapon rust unused.
--- T.E. Lawrence

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
--- Arthur Schopenhauer

If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts. But if he will be content to begin with doubts he shall end in certainties.
--- Francis Bacon

Definitions
from AFDD 2-5

Influence operations are focused on affecting the perceptions and behaviors of leaders, groups, or entire populations. Influence operations employ capabilities to affect behaviors, protect operations, communicate commander’s intent, and project accurate information to achieve desired effects across the cognitive domain. These effects should result in differing behavior or a change in the adversary’s decision cycle, which aligns with the commander’s objectives. The military capabilities of influence operations are psychological operations (PSYOP), military deception (MILDEC), operations security (OPSEC), counterintelligence (CI) operations, counterpropaganda operations and public affairs (PA) operations. Public affairs, while a component of influence operations, is predicated on its ability to project truthful information to a variety of audiences.

These activities of influence operations allow the commander to prepare and shape the operational battlespace by conveying selected information and indicators to target audiences, shaping the perceptions of decision-makers, securing critical friendly information, defending against sabotage, protecting against espionage, gathering intelligence, and communicating selected information about military activities to the global audience.


Comprehensive Assessment of Department of Defense Human Factors Analysis (HFA) Methodologies - Statement of Work
Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 7/3 defines HFA as, “The psychological, cultural, behavioral, and other human attributes that influence decision-making, the flow of information, and the interpretation of information by individuals and groups at any level in any state or organization.”
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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The Telegraph comic strip and the jackblack site need to be reported to FBI and Homeland Security.  The douchebag behind this hoax needs to be locked up for spreading panic and fear, even it it turns out to be an ad for a game or tv show.

In psyops, this is referred to as the "Art of Storytelling"

Storytelling & Use of Narrative
http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/awc-comm.htm#storytelling
The Use of Storytelling in the Department of the Navy (local copy)

Conveying information in a story provides a rich context, remaining in the conscious memory longer and creating more memory traces than information not in context. Therefore a story is more likely to be acted upon than normal means of communications. Storytelling, whether in a personal or organizational setting, connects people, develops creativity, and increases confidence. The use of stories in organizations can build descriptive capabilities, increase organizational learning, convey complex meaning, and communicate common values and rule sets.

Description capabilities are essential in strategic thinking and planning, and create a greater awareness of what we could achieve. Fictional stories can be powerful because they provide a mechanism by which an organization can learn from failure without attributing blame.

With the advent of the Internet and Intranet, there is a larger opportunity to use stories to bring about change. Electronic media adds moving images and sound as context setters. Hypertext capabilities and collaboration software invites groups, teams and communities to co-create their stories. New multiprocessing skills are required to navigate this new world, skills that include the quick and sure assimilation of and response to fast-flowing images and sounds and sensory assaults.

In summary, when used well storytelling is a powerful transformational tool in organizations, one that all of our managers and leaders across the Department need to utilize.

NASA's ASK Talks with Dr. Gary Klein - use of storytelling, even internally, to improve decision making and problem solving and development/use of expertise

"Story Model of Decisionmaking" - explained with examples (starting on PDF page 30) in A Literature Review of Analytical and Naturalistic Decision Making (local copy), by Zsambok, Beach, and Klein, for Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance Center, Dec 1992

According to the theory, the story coordinates three types of knowledge:
facts or information from the current situation
knowledge about similar situations
generic expectations about what makes a complete story, such as believing that people do what they do for a reason

Given a set of known facts in an unfolding situation, knowledge about similar situations, and expectations about what is needed to make a complete story, the decisionmaker can know when important information is missing, and where inferences must be made.

Construct a story
Evaluate story for coverage - concerns the extent to which the story accounts for evidence
Evaluate story for coherence
consistency - concerns the extent to which the story does not contain contradictions
plausibility - concerns the extent to which the story is consistent with real or imagined events in the real world
completeness - concerns the extent to which a story has all of its parts

Storytelling and Terrorism: Towards a Comprehensive 'Counter-Narrative Strategy' by Casebeer and Russell, in Strategic Insights, Mar 2005 (Local Copy)

Storytelling that moves people. A conversation with screenwriting coach Robert McKee, abstract with PubMed, at National Library of Medicine
In this conversation with HBR, Robert McKee, the world's best-known screenwriting lecturer, argues that executives can engage people in a much deeper--and ultimately more convincing--way if they toss out their Power-Point slides and memos and learn to tell good stories. As human beings, we make sense of our experiences through stories. But becoming a good storyteller is hard. It requires imagination and an understanding of what makes a story worth telling. All great stories deal with the conflict between subjective expectations and an uncooperative objective reality.

Malignants in the Body Politic: Redefining War through Metaphor, SAAS paper, 2004

The Center for Narrative Studies

The Art of Trial Advocacy: the Art of Storytelling (local copy), in The Army Lawyer, Oct 1999
recommends three ways to enhance your storytelling for effect
use the present tense
speak in clear, active English
engage the senses of the audience

Storytelling and the Art of Teaching, by Pederson, in State Department's Forum, Jan-Mar 1995

Deep Impact Storytelling, by Deacon and Murphey, in State Department's Forum, Oct-Dec 2001

Storytelling: Passport to the 21st Century, by Brown et al

Narrative Psychology Internet and Resource Guide, by Hevern, Le Moyne College

Learn Storytelling - including their use to communicate complex ideas

Tell Me a Story: Why Stories are Essential to Effective Safety Training (local copy), NIOSH Publication No. 2005-152, August 2005

Story Telling, National Park Service Community Tool Box
Use it if ...
You want to help people begin working together: An engaging story will serve as a unifying emotional and experiential tool.
You are trying to develop a vision and need to first find agreement as to what people believe is important.
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Justin Williams, the guy behind Operation Blackjack
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Amongst all the hype over Operation Blackjack, has anyone thought of actually contacting Justin Williams, the purported actor behind it all?



Here he is, ask him:

[link to twitter.com]

Based on this post from his blog, I'd say he's conducting a study in mass hysteria (Cue Orson Wells).


[link to blogs.telegraph.co.uk]


The darkness that lies behind our obsession with doom
Posted By: Justin Williams at May 5, 2009 at 08:56:51 [General]
Posted in: UK Correspondents
Tags:collapse, Doom, pandemic, Swine Flu

My colleague George Pitcher argues that our collective over-reaction to the outbreak of swine flu is a form of Biblical masochism brought on by the financial collapse. We are gripped, George says, by the psychology of the End Times, the scriptural Last Days Before Armageddon. Our Judaeo-Christian heritage teaches mankind in all its wretchedness to expect retribution for sin and heresy. The wrathful and vengeful God of the Old Testament visits plagues and pestilence upon the Earth to punish man for his misdeeds.

The sin de nos jours is, of course, financial recklessness - the worship of a false idol by another name. So in return we get a dose of plague. Except we don't, as George points out: we get a dose of unjustified hysteria about swine flu. This hysteria manifests itself in newspaper headlines, in web forums, on Twitter and in the resurrection of the wartime Keep Calm and Carry On poster.

The argument is, unsurprisingly given George's position, generous. But it is not the whole argument. The unpalatable truth is much less charitable and much, much darker. So many are obsessed with the apocalypse and fancy they see it in every bug, every conflict and every economic hiccup because they equate the destruction of civilisation with the End of All Our Problems - global, local and personal. Plunged into negative equity by the house price slump? How about a wipeout at the hands of some crazed bioterrorist to end your mortgage nightmare? Staring redundancy in the face? A spot of global thermonuclear war ought to loosen labour conditions. Tired of queueing in the post office for your child benefit? Heh, there's always catastrophic global warming or the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012 to trim the numbers.




Survivors: A new version of an old and dark obsession

The last time we were this hysterical was in the mid 1970s: Britain was broke, America had been humbled in Vietnam, the West seemed to be in retreat before the mighty red machine, the oil was running out and scientists were warning us that the world was on the brink of new ice age. Doom was de rigeur: Terry Nation's Survivors was on the television, the British were inspired by Tom and Barbara Good to grow their own vegetables and a busted Labour prime minister was preparing to go cap in hand to the IMF.

Today, the BBC is busy making a second series of the reimagined Survivors as well as a resurrected Day of the Triffids, the waiting lists for allotments stretch to years, the oil is running out again and Gordon Brown has reduced Britain to sub prime status. That so many hanker for the simpler pastoral existence that would surely follow a truly Biblical outbreak of megaflu is, at the very least, explainable.

This is not just some collective unconscious hangup from the days of fire and brimstone: it is modern meme brought on and transmitted by reaction to the sheer unpleasantness of the here and now and a fear that a future of austerity after so many years of plenty would be a grimness too great to bear. For many people, particularly the fortunate ones outside of our towns and cities with access to land, provisions and shotguns, doom is just the logical development of self sufficiency and green thinking. Some believe that the only way to save the Earth is to cull the population; others believe that the Earth will do this for herself. Spend any time on the forums and counter culture sites that these doomers, as they call themselves, gather and you will have read the almost gleeful anticipation of the early swine flu developments and the prospect of many millions of deaths and the palpable disappointment that accompanied the inevitable downgrading of the threat.

The hysteria has been whipped up by the governments of the West with their constant drumbeats of doom: doom from terrorism, doom from global warming, doom from pandemic viruses. The bad guys are going to get us with their germs, their chemicals, their carbon emissions and their dirty bombs. Forget that we've debauched your pensions, your currencies and your financial futures, you must sacrifice your remaining civil liberties and your final shreds of dignity so that we can save you. Is it any wonder that so many Americans believe in the imminence of the Second Coming, the Day of Judgement and that their government is stockpiling plastic coffins and planning to herd the populace into concentration camps?

Thanks to the web and to our increasingly authoritarian governments, doom is no longer the preserve of the Branch Davidians or the Rapturists. It has gone mainstream and infected millions of middle class citizens. Many apparently sane people are preparing three-month food stockpiles in their larders. Applications for firearms licenses are up. The talk in the suburbs is of the coming die off. This is not just an age-old fear: it is a modern reaction to the mess that we now find ourselves in and the messages we are being fed by our leaders.

Our war- and austerity-scarred grandparents and great grandparents - the ones who came up with Keep Calm and Carry On - would be ashamed of us.



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HOLY F'ING SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


This is like 4th generation psyops/deception material...

All articles are downloadable (at the moment)...

thanks downed them all. overall it seems they are shitting in their pants about the internet. they realised it now some months years ago what can happen and how all their ops can be exposed via the net. imagine only the 9/1 truth movement were never ever that size without the internet
maybe with ops like blackjack they try to watch how the net can be influenced. JAy Rockefelle already said that the internet should have never been invented. Some smart people should invent a i-net that is not depending on any governement(big own servers -i dont know). our governments already trying to shut it down. In germany despite 150 000 people protested in an parliament petition they invented a filter that scans and filters(not erases!only filters!) child porn but can also be used to filter critical websites. some politicans already now saying after 5 hours it was decided from the parliamtn they should use it also for other "criminal" webpages!
this is the start.


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This was already answered a few pages back.  It's Los Angeles, City Hall, Freeway 4.  It's an old post card.

Thanks!  It is hard to keep up with the posts sometimes.

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Stanford University Persuasive Technology Lab
http://www.au.af.mil/info-ops/influence.htm

The Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab creates insight into how computing products — from websites to mobile phone software — can be designed to change what people believe and what they do. "Yes, this can be a scary topic: machines designed to influence human beliefs and behaviors. But there's good news. We believe that much like human persuaders, persuasive interactive technologies can bring about positive changes in many domains, including health, business, safety, and education. With such ends in mind, we are creating a body of expertise in the design, theory, and analysis of persuasive technologies, an area called “captology.”

Working Psychology
"Since 1997, this site has been devoted to the scientific study and application of psychological influence...and the fields which depend on successful influence for success...."
Psychological Warfare & PSYOP
 The Culture Variable in the Influence Equation, by Rhoads, 2006
"Some observers believe that cognition, judgment, and influence processes are unique within cultures, and that Western influence research can not supply useful tools for other cultures. The primacy-of-culture perspective calls for an increasing emphasis on culture, for cultural experts as campaign managers, and for the creation of indigenous canons of psychological research, as necessary to the successful exercise of intercultural influence. This paper offers a dissenting view, and calls for a rebalancing of the influence equation where culture is considered one important variable among many. Evidence is presented of persistent over-attribution to culture, of common human cognition, of universal influence tactics, and of successful influence campaigns conducted by agents who are neither indigenous nor cultural experts."
 An Introduction to Social Influence - including
Comparison of number of influence tactics identified by various researchers
Marwell & Schmitt's Taxonomy of 16 influence tactics
Levine & Wheeless' 53 Compliance-gaining Tactics
"Top 10" list of movies that illustrate influence techniques

Influencing Transnational Terrorist Organizations: Using Influence Nets to Prioritize Factors, by Fatur, AFIT, June 2005

Dynamic Influence Nets: An Extension of Timed Influence Nets for Modeling Dynamic Uncertain Situations (local copy), by Haider and Levis, George Mason University, presented at 2005 DODCCRP conference (presentation slides)

Thinking Straight: Cognitive Bias in the US Debate about China (local copy), by Kerbel, in Studies in Intelligence, Vol. 48, No. 3, 2004 - discusses the "illusions of influence" which come from over reliance on linear thinking

AFOSR Conference on Culture and Adversarial Modeling, Nov-Dec 2005
Computational Models for Belief Revision, Group Decisions and Cultural Shifts (local copy), by Richards, MIT, posted by AFOSR - Objective: models that forecast patterns of behavior when social networks respond to external pressures

Building "Cultural" Knowledge Fragments (local copy), by Santos, Dartmouth College, posted by AFOSR (PPT file) - AFOSR Project: On the Effects of Culture and Society on Adversarial Attitudes and Behavior

Social Networking Analysis: One of the First Steps in Net-Centric Operations (local copy), by Edison, in Defense Acquisition Review Journal, Aug-Nov 2005

Modeling Transnational Terrorists' Center of Gravity: an Elements of Influence Approach, by Hetherington, AFIT, Mar 2005

Planning for Psychological Operations: A Proposal, by Cox, ACSC paper, 1997
Appendex A - Message Flow
Appendex B - The Trinity Target Audience
Appendex C - Target Audience Composition
Appendex D - Action-Influence Model (AIM)

Know Thy Enemy: Profiles of Adversary Leaders and Their Strategic Cultures, from USAF Counterproliferation Center
Chapter 10 - The Need for Influence Theory and Actor-Specific Behavioral Models of Adversaries, by Alexander L. George

Social Influence Network Theory: Toward a Science of Strategic Modification of Interpersonal Influence Systems, by Friedkin, U. of Calif.

Influence Theories, by Walker, Oregon State University
Cognitive Dissonance Theory
Social Influence
Social Judgment Theory
Elaboration Likelihood Model
Theory of Reasoned Action

NLM abstract of "Attitude change: persuasion and social influence", by Wood, in Annual Review of Psychology, 2000
This chapter reviews empirical and theoretical developments in research on social influence and message-based persuasion. The review emphasizes research published during the period from 1996-1998. Across these literatures, three central motives have been identified that generate attitude change and resistance. These involve concerns with the self, with others and the rewards/punishments they can provide, and with a valid understanding of reality. The motives have implications for information processing and for attitude change in public and private contexts. Motives in persuasion also have been investigated in research on attitude functions and cognitive dissonance theory. In addition, the chapter reviews the relatively unique aspects of each literature: In persuasion, it considers the cognitive and affective mechanisms underlying attitude change, especially dual-mode processing models, recipients' affective reactions, and biased processing. In social influence, the chapter considers how attitudes are embedded in social relations, including social identity theory and majority/minority group influence.
click on "Related Articles" link in upper right hand corner of above abstract at NLM to view list of many influence-related articles

What is Information Warfare?, by Borden, Air & Space Power Chronicles, 1999 - with formulas

see also Bayesian inference net

Influence History
The Evolution of Strategic Influence (local copy), by Gough, strategic research project for US Army War College, 2003
"This paper will examine the evolution of how the U.S. Government and the Department of Defense have organized to conduct strategic influence as an instrument of national power, from the Psychological Warfare Division of World War II, through the Psychological Strategy Board and Operations Coordinating Board of the early Cold War, through the Vietnam years to today. Are they organized effectively today to meet the asymmetric threats of the 21st Century?"

 PsyWarrior.com
- with a great deal of history articles/resources relating to psychological operations and influence efforts in particular
- look in both the History section AND the Links section
- Links section has leaflets used in several wars, as well as articles such as Joseph Goebbels' Principles of Propaganda



Powers of Persuasion: Poster Art from WW II, National Archives

German Propaganda Archive, Nazi and East German Propaganda

How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie, 1936

The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli, 1515
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Didnt one of the US elect ?Biden say something about a crisis within the first few months of an obama administration?
This  could be it - and the lord god obama will save us all !
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Didnt one of the US elect ?Biden say something about a crisis within the first few months of an obama administration?
This  could be it - and the lord god obama will save us all !

About? Save us from this fairy tale?

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Stanford University Persuasive Technology Lab
http://www.au.af.mil/info-ops/influence.htm

The Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab creates insight into how computing products — from websites to mobile phone software — can be designed to change what people believe and what they do. "Yes, this can be a scary topic: machines designed to influence human beliefs and behaviors. But there's good news. We believe that much like human persuaders, persuasive interactive technologies can bring about positive changes in many domains, including health, business, safety, and education. With such ends in mind, we are creating a body of expertise in the design, theory, and analysis of persuasive technologies, an area called “captology.”

Machines Designed to Change Humans
http://captology.stanford.edu/

The Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab creates insight into how computing products

from websites to mobile phone software

can be designed to change
what people believe
and
what they do.

Yes, this can be a scary topic: machines designed to influence human beliefs and behaviors. But there's good news. We believe that much like human persuaders, persuasive technologies can bring about positive changes in many domains, including health, business, safety, and education. We also believe that new advances in technology can help promote world peace in 30 years. With such positive ends in mind, we are creating a body of expertise in the design, theory, and analysis of persuasive technologies, an area called “captology.”

By arriving at this page, you've reached the main website for our research lab, directed by Dr. BJ Fogg. On this site you'll find an overview of captology, learn about examples, have access to captology resources, and be invited to receive our lab's free newsletter. We also share some insights in our blog, Captology Notebook.

If you want to watch persuasive technology in action, go to Captology TV. This site has dozens of short videos showing how companies use the web today to influence people's thoughts and behaviors.


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An overview of captology

Captology is the study of computers as persuasive technologies. This includes the design, research, and analysis of interactive computing products created for the purpose of changing people's attitudes or behaviors.


As the graphic shows, captology describes the area where computing technology and persuasion overlap.

This area continues to grow quickly. Each week more computing products, including websites, are designed to change what people think and do. We expect this trend to continue, especially as mobile phones become more capable of running software from third parties and the Internet.
Captology is global

Beginning at Stanford in the 1990s, the study of persuasive technology is now a global area of research and design. In the early days, we were doing research, conducting classes, and organizing events at Stanford. But we did not organize the first global conference. We appreciate our colleagues at the Eindhoven University of Technology for organizing this in 2006: First International Conference on Persuasive Technology for Human Well-Being. Since then, the conference has been an annual event, bringing together researchers and practitioners from around the world:

Stanford University hosted the 2007 International Conference on Persuasive Technology.

Oulu University and Aalborg University hosted the 2008 International Conference on Persuasive Technology.

Claremont College will host the 2009 International Conference on Persuasive Technology.
Learn more about persuasive technology

People often ask how they can learn more about captology. First of all, read the material on this website. After that, check out some of the items below:
Read the book Persuasive Technology: Using Computers to Change What We Think and Do.

Read the book Mobile Persuasion, mentioned previously.

See the website of BJ Fogg, who is our lab's founder and director.

Sign up for the free newsletter from our lab.


You'll also find more of our lab's work at another website, which specializes in Web credibility. At our credibility site you'll learn what leads people to trust &mdash or not trust &mdash what they find online. This includes our 10 Credibility Guidelines for enhancing online trust and a report on a large web credibility study, done in collaboration with Consumers Union.

You can also learn about captology by reading our older topic papers on an archived version of our lab's website. Warning: The link above will take you to an old site. Some of these papers are still insightful, but please understand that some content is out of date.
Contact us

If you need more information, contact Dr. BJ Fogg. Our team tries to be as helpful as our time allows.
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About? Save us from this fairy tale?
create problem - fix problem

this and that ship full of ?nukes heading for singapore from nk...
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There are a few more major connections that I have made.

1. In part 4 Slide 12 the headline at the top right reads, "Nukes go missing in mix-up"
www.telegraph.co.uk...

This event is an exact mirror of when a plane of nukes really did go missing on Sept. 5, 2007
thelede.blogs.nytimes.com...



2. Part 4 Slide 16 there is a twisted reference to 9/11 truth movement as well as 9/11 being an inside job. A protester is holding a sign that reads, "9/11 thugs strike again!"
www.telegraph.co.uk...



3. In Part 5 Slide 8 the press pass ID reads:
www.telegraph.co.uk...

Name: Thomas Valente
Media: New Daily Telegraph
Exp: 9/11/11

The name Thomas Valente also happens to be the name of a character from the series Jericho. As most of you know this TV series was about multiple US cities being nuked.

   1. ?if anyone knows the date the bombings took place within the Jericho series please post?


Thomas Valente character summary:
jericho.wetpaint.com...



4.Russia recently present the US with a sculpture in remembrance of 9.11.01
It just so happens this sculpture is, "The Tear of Grief"
thegrip.wordpress.com...


If you live near any of the major cities mentioned in any of these "fictional" series I highly suggest going on a camping trip this Tuesday.

Nothing will go back to the way it was. Out of the ashes of an old world a new world will be born, our purpose is to make sure its built on the same principles as the internet was based on... Free, independent, and open for all to learn, share, and experience.

There is a lot of good info and theories being discussed on these forums
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread473913/pg19

New images have been appearing and are being edited on the telegraph blackjack series. More hex codes are being added and taken down.
For example there is now and ID code on the press pass ID
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/4613223/Blackjack---Part-5.html?image=7

Someone is trying to warn us.


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I'm just outside of the targets (Portland), but within the range according to the Glasseye report.  I think I'm catching a cold *cough* Monday and need to drive far away - er, I mean call in sick and nurse myself back to health.

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I'm just outside of the targets (Portland), but within the range according to the Glasseye report.  I think I'm catching a cold *cough* Monday and need to drive far away - er, I mean call in sick and nurse myself back to health.
Missed the ranges of these weapons - just in case post plz - also - did they state the kiloton / size of the imaginery bombs - i still cant open page.
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10 kilotons is the size they're using in Ardent Sentry ... which is about the size used in horoshima i think...
The truth will set you free
From global tyranny
Wake up American slobs
9/11 was an inside job
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OntBg2qwk_M&fmt=35

Century of Manipulation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mujq-C1UAw0

... Here's Tom with the weather!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CCIcjIngLA

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LOOK at this thread created by "Free at Last". Look at his avatar.... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=49212

then go here http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/justin_williams/blog/2009/05/05/the_darkness_that_lies_behind_our_obsession_with_doom

SAME PERSON?


I thought so too but I found a thread where he says "I'm taking his photo to use as my avatar"

Plus he was saying "Let's get Justin in trouble," etc etc. (Paraphrased)

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LOOK at this thread created by "Free at Last". Look at his avatar.... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=49212

then go here http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/justin_williams/blog/2009/05/05/the_darkness_that_lies_behind_our_obsession_with_doom

SAME PERSON?

he already explained that he did it to show the face of the person who he thinks is behind blackjack.. in one of his posts dont know which on e

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Missed the ranges of these weapons - just in case post plz - also - did they state the kiloton / size of the imaginery bombs - i still cant open page.

Look two pages back towards the bottom of the screen.  The blast range for Portland is 10 miles according to the pic.

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Can someone whose been really following this compile the slides and what's been decoded from each?  It might make it easier to see as a big picture.  
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URGENT!
This from planning for a crash in another thread in case you missed it just in:::
A military jet just dropped 10's of freaking dummy parachutes over EC1, London, most of which had red flares with chemtrails behind them. The damn thing was circling my area, and these parachutes had dummy people on. First, they dropped two ribbons, then, they kept dropping fake parachutists. I'll upload the film soon as I can.

Am now sealed up inside with my HEPA filter on full, we tried to go find the dummies, but, the stench was too much so we turned around and ran for the flat. I'm not feeling ill yet, so, fingers crossed that I'll be OK. Tho I don't think they are ready to drop hot weapons yet, just getting to ease us into it.

I am 100% now, that the low lying trails were chem, two things like this in two days is more than a co-incidence.

ATTENTION, ATTENTION, they have left the stratosphere, chemtr-ills are politically acceptable now, and they are hitting us low now. They have the Red Devils doing fly by at most big music festivals in the UK now. They spray the sites at low altitudes in pyramid formation.
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countdown clock is back up and the l.a. picture is still there
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After i read through some of sanes links i think we did a good job in checking this blackjack thing out. Sure someone played games with us. But in showing that this is some kind of psyop we now can label this with !psyop! no one has to fear it but everyone has to have an open eye on this. recognizing that they want to influence you.


Now has someone an idea what we can do? I mean we cannot only say yeah its a game blah and so on let it be should we start some mailing campaign at the videos on youtube explaining what this is about? I want to do something...

nah this williams guy i dont know if he is the only person who started it. some more people are involved. the telegraph as the medium who gave permission should be blamed for this

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why would an old cheap photo-series like blackjack (on a mainstream paper like the Telegraph) suddenly start to be updated/changed now?

a year shy of the dates on the specific slides and countdowns?

unless it's hinting at a sabotaged event during a military drill this weekeknd, like what Peter Power said happened on 7/7?  this is the paper who broke the MP Expenses, and Brown has said we're in a New World Order...

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what was the full message numerous pages back?  Like,

Lady MacBeth taken STOP.. what was that whole thing?  


Phasma, what is that?  where is that from?  dummy parachutes? wtf?
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why would an old cheap photo-series like blackjack (on a mainstream paper like the Telegraph) suddenly start to be updated/changed now?

a year shy of the dates on the specific slides and countdowns?

unless it's hinting at a sabotaged event during a military drill this weekeknd, like what Peter Power said happened on 7/7?  this is the paper who broke the MP Expenses, and Brown has said we're in a New World Order...


I`m sure there are plenty of people in parliament who would love a bomb dropped on that particular paper !
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TRANSLATION:
Lady Macbeth taken STOP Prince of Denmark confirmed lock STOP Othello timedown awaits STOP Malvolio timedown awaits STOP Aemilius locate order STOP Anthony locate order STOP Cadwal awaits package STOP


ok, think someone mentioned those could be bombs..

we've seen pictures now for which ones?  macbeth, othello, anthony/antony, cadwal..  what cities line up with each name?

antony=L.A. - code was:
My desolation does begin to make
A better life

macbeth=?  and what did the code say for that?

cadwal=?  and what did the code say for that?
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TRANSLATION:
Lady Macbeth taken STOP Prince of Denmark confirmed lock STOP Othello timedown awaits STOP Malvolio timedown awaits STOP Aemilius locate order STOP Anthony locate order STOP Cadwal awaits package STOP


ok, think someone mentioned those could be bombs..

we've seen pictures now for which ones?  macbeth, othello, anthony/antony, cadwal..  what cities line up with each name?


antony=L.A. (locate order) - code was:
My desolation does begin to make
A better life

aemilius=London (locate order) - code was:
Sorrow concealed, like an oven stopp'd,
Doth burn the heart to cinders where it is

macbeth=Mexico City (taken) - code was:
Look like the innocent flower,
But be the serpent under it

cadwal=?  (awaits package) and what did the code say for that?

prince of denmark= no photo/info yet

othello=?

malvolio=no photo/info yet
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Re: Telegraph's "Blackjack" (MI6 Electronic Global Psyops in Real Time)
« Reply #999 on: June 19, 2009, 03:06:43 pm »
Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
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