The British government has deployed an elite “information warfare” psyop military unit to combat COVID vaccine skeptics and interrupt their “propaganda content” online, according to The Sunday Times.
The report says that the unit is normally used to target al-Qaeda and Taliban terrorists, but will now be turned on British citizens who dare question the safety of the COVID vaccination.
The report states that the unit known as ‘The defence cultural specialist unit’ was formed in Afghanistan in 2010 and is part of the army’s 77th Brigade.
“The secretive unit has often worked side-by-side with psychological operations teams,” the report says.
Summit.news reports: Nice… The government employing the military to use psyops on the public to ensure no one strays from the acceptable opinion on the vaccine.
The Times claims that the move was revealed by ‘leaked’ documents’.
“Soldiers are already monitoring cyberspace for Covid-19 content and analysing how British citizens are being targeted online,” it claims.
Of course, the government claims that muh Russians are involved… a way of confusing people into accepting the enforcement of group think by military spies.
“It is also gathering evidence of vaccine disinformation from hostile states, including Russia,” the report states.
Exactly what constitutes vaccine “disinformation” will be down to the government, and will likely make a target of anyone who points out potential side effects of vaccination, or questions the idea of mandating the jab, whether literally by law or by making it impossible to participate in society without it.
After the ‘leak’ came to light, the UK Ministry of Defence claimed that the unit is “not being directed at the UK population,” only at ‘hostile foreign actors’.
Just like the GCHQ spook unit inside 10 Downing Street is also not targeted at the public.
A fortnight ago it was revealed by The London Telegraph (Paywall) that spies from Britain’s most secretive intelligence and security organisation have embedded a ‘cell’ at the heart of government to provide Prime Minister Boris Johnson with real time information pertaining to the public’s movements.
The Daily Mail also reports on the development, which notes that GCHQ, normally tasked with spying on terrorists and foreign powers, has been turned on the British public to gauge whether people are following the COVID ‘rules’ or not, and to combat anti-vaccination material.
Speaking anonymously to the London Times in November, a source noted that “GCHQ has been told to take out antivaxers online and on social media. There are ways they have used to monitor and disrupt terrorist propaganda.”
The report noted that the spy agency was considering taking down websites and content that isn’t pro-vaccination, as well as ‘disrupting’ those creating the content by “using a toolkit developed to tackle disinformation and recruitment material peddled by Islamic State.”
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