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Why do Trolls fight Trolls?
By Hatrick ‘Hattie’ Penry
Many of you have begun to recognize the methods, tactics and strategies of myriad controlled opposition agents online and in social media. You understand that they have a ‘hands off’ list : that is to say a list of what they are NOT to discuss. You also recognize that certain subjects are approved of. Subjects that won’t likely lead to anyone being arrested and held accountable, even though these subjects reveal some level of criminality, are on the list of approved topics. Controlled opposition agents then flood the arena of information with these lower level issues, or any issue that will likely never lead to a court case and possible accountability, thus burying the media of the handful of genuine truth tellers.
Many of you are now aware that the best way to reveal a controlled opposition agent for who they are is to prompt them with material from their ‘hands off’ list and watch them squirm, doing anything and giving any reason they can think of to explain why they can’t cover the topic in question. Often, they will ignore your request in the hopes you will simply go away. Once you know they won’t touch certain sensitive topics, such as Plume-Gate, you know who is the wolf-in-sheep’s-clothing operative(s).
Now you have begun to assemble a list of shills and trolls, by way of a method that exposes the operative based on what they are not allowed to talk about. After observing their tactics and strategy for a while, and you are convinced that more likely than not those on your list are controlled opposition agents, you notice that some of those on your list are accusing others on your list of being a shill. You do not understand: if they are working together towards a common cause, why do some of the trolls engage other trolls and ‘call them out’ as trolls?
Let’s talk about what may be the most significant troll-fight of our time: Mark Dice vs. Alex Jones. Why did Mark Dice come out against Alex Jones and the evils of his Tangy Tangerine supplement? In a nutshell because enough people figured out Alex Jones was a controlled opposition operative. The move of one shill calling out another shill is a calculated risk. It is done in the hopes that a person who thinks Mr. Jones is a shill will side with Mr. Dice, who happens to be a shill also. Regardless of what side you pick, you will be trolled. Don’t like Mark Dice? Then side with Alex Jones and get trolled. Don’t like Alex Jones? Then side with Mark Dice and get trolled. Again, this is only done when two or more controlled opposition operatives have been exposed to a degree where they are losing subscribers and followers: the hope is to capture some of those who are turning away and divert them to the other agent.
Of course, some will be intelligent enough to discover this ruse and realize both parties are under establishment control. Most however, will think the accuser is legit for calling out someone they were beginning to suspect was a shill and will side with and follow that agent and thus still be under the sway of a controlled opposition operative. In a similar vein you can find videos of someone ‘confronting’ a known bad guy in public (a police officer, Rudy Giuliani or Dick Cheney for example) and accusing them of some terrible thing or deed they have been done. What do these confrontation videos prove? Do they prove the accuser is a trusted good guy? If I accuse someone of being bad does that by default mean I am good? Or does it only prove that a man accused at a man? What if it were a setup, a confidence trick if you will, and a bad guy accuses a bad guy with the cameras rolling in the hopes of gaining people’s trust?
Furthermore, could Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, and Bradley Manning be, on a much larger scale, disinformation agents out to gain trust by finger pointing? Did they reveal new blockbuster info like Plume-Gate or did they repackage and sell something we already knew or just give lower level dirt on our government? It is important to expose shills with real evidence that they are shills and not just accuse someone that you don’t like or you disagree with. Out them by revealing their methods, tactics and strategies and/or expose what they won’t talk about from their ‘hands off’ list. And next time two trolls from your troll list accuse each other of being trolls you can relax and enjoy a theatrical performance like few can.
(Below: my initial list of shills from 2012 based on who refused to report on Plume-Gate, the world’s largest, provable cover-up.)
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