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>> No. 84560 Anonymous
24th November 2018
Saturday 1:09 pm
84560 Our government isn't totally incompetent
https://www.cyberguerrilla.org/blog/operation-integrity-initiative-british-informational-war-against-all/

Someone up in there's still playing statecraft properly. Even if this piece has been busted by some Anons.

https://www.scribd.com/document/392195802/The-Integrity-Initiative-Guide-to-Countering-Russian-Disinformation-May-2018-v1 is a nice brief on modern disinformation tactics.
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>> No. 84561 Anonymous
24th November 2018
Saturday 1:52 pm
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>>84560
"We are Anonymous. We are definitely not a Russian front and these documents definitely aren't from espionage."

Kremlin getting desperate, methinks.
>> No. 84562 Anonymous
24th November 2018
Saturday 2:02 pm
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>>84561
Quoth wikileaks:
>Purported internal documents, from a UK government "counter-Russia" influence network targeting mostly Europe and US, appear on site often alleged to be used by Russian state hackers.
so you're not far wrong. However;
>Our assessment is that the documents are too British, too bureaucratic, too boring and line up too much with known operations to not be mostly accurate, but modifications or one bogus document out of 25 can't be ruled out without further testing.
The scribd article is still an interesting read, whatever slant you might think it's pushing.
>> No. 84563 Anonymous
24th November 2018
Saturday 2:18 pm
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>>84562
I think they're trying to push the documents as evidence of some shady operation to exercise state power to spread disinformation. Not only does it require some incredible mental gymnastics to reach this conclusion, it's pretty rich coming from the Russians. It's like Jimmy saville calling John Worboys a predator.
>> No. 84564 Anonymous
24th November 2018
Saturday 4:15 pm
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>>84563
That's exactly what the scribd thing says. Also
>We have analyzed these documents and assess that a portion of them show hallmarks of being fabrications.
>> No. 84565 Anonymous
25th November 2018
Sunday 8:55 am
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>>84562

>Quoth wikileaks:


I wouldn't really trust wikileaks analysis of anything anymore, it has become apparent the entire opperation is just Julian Assange and that he has been flipped since pre American election to working for the ruskies.
>> No. 84566 Anonymous
25th November 2018
Sunday 11:18 am
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>>84565
You think the Russians got Assange to publicise these documents with the coda "these were posted on a website Russian propagandists use" then later add "It looks like they have been fucked with" ?
>> No. 84567 Anonymous
25th November 2018
Sunday 12:25 pm
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>>84566
It wouldn't be the first time they tried to disguise their actions as a frame-up.
>> No. 84568 Anonymous
25th November 2018
Sunday 12:55 pm
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>>84567

It wouldn't be incongruous with the exact sort of disinformation scattershot tactics described in the article itself.
>> No. 84635 Anonymous
19th December 2018
Wednesday 1:22 pm
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>>84560

OUR government? Between fellating Germany, America, China and Saudi Arabia I am surprised that they even have time to come up for air...
>> No. 84725 Anonymous
31st December 2018
Monday 9:31 am
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>>84560 Bringing the UK to the brink of a cold war and pissing off a possible major trading partner at a time when we are negotiating brexit, are you seriously supporting II ?

These fools contributed to Russiagate, which has now degenerated into 750,000 donated by linkedin founder to pay for fake Russian bots to manipulate the US elections.
>> No. 84726 Anonymous
31st December 2018
Monday 11:55 pm
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>>84725
Good work, comrade. 5 rubles have been deposited into your account.
>> No. 84727 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 12:49 am
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>>84726
Traditionally it's 15 rubles, actually.
>> No. 84728 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 12:51 am
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>>84727
Budgets are tight, and train tickets to Salisbury aren't cheap.
>> No. 84729 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 4:23 pm
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>>84726

Was this the last post of the year? That's somewhat disappointing.
>> No. 84730 Anonymous
1st January 2019
Tuesday 4:36 pm
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>>84729
Half past two.

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