• If A Video Is Only 'Shared On Social Media', Did It Really Happen?

    April 11, 2024

    How to spot the sophisticated information warfare tactics in Greenwich

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    As a former special operator myself, I can spot the information warfare tactics.

    While flying with a tier-one counter-terrorism unit, we would employ techniques to 'prep the battlefield' with information operations, to steer a narrative in our favor in-theater.

    From my estimation, there is a sophisticated information operation going on in Greenwich, CT as we speak, in relation to the recent vicious attack on a young teenage girl.

    What do all of the following statements have in common?

    Yep, you guessed it, a variation of the phrase 'shared on social media'.

    This is not an accident.

    This is sophisticated information warfare, to create the possibility in your mind that the event really didn't happen.

    Is it just a coincidence that police, local politicians, local media and certain individuals, chose to use the exact same language?

    Everyone saw that brutal video of the attack. It's all anyone was talking about.

    Yet the Greenwich Police, local media and elected Town officials all chose to use the exact same language.

    Do they really think the victim just sustained "minor injuries" after that vicious beat-down?

    Or, are there sophisticated operators at play here?

    And, why didn't any elected town official offer concern, or prayers for the victim?

    Three letters anyone?

    After all, if a tree falls in the woods, and nobody hears it, did it really happen?

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    L Todd Wood

    L Todd Wood, a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, flew special operations helicopters supporting SEAL Team 6, Delta Force and others. After leaving the military, he pursued his other passion, finance, spending 18 years on Wall Street trading emerging market debt, and later, writing. The first of his many thrillers is "Currency." Todd has been a national security columnist for The Washington Times and contributed to One American News, Fox Business, Newsmax TV, Moscow Times, Novaya Vremya (Ukraine) the New York Post, National Review, the Jerusalem Post, Zero Hedge and others. He is also founder/publisher of CDMedia and editor-in-chief of Tsarizm.com. For more information about L. Todd Wood, visit LToddWood.com.

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    "3.. First Selectman Camillo said the Town had received some good news by being ranked as one of the safest towns in America....Camillo said it is "good to be in the top 100" and they wanted to get higher on the list to be in the top 10....Camillo said...and cited his own remarks to the local media that "we won't take our foot off the pedal or take our eyes off the ball" and they know that everything is evolving...."(source: BOS minutes, 8/10/23)

    C G

    "we won't take our foot off the pedal or take our eyes off the ball" ... unless a white girl gets pummeled by black juveniles in a town park for social justice reasons.

    why doesn't the first selectman seem to care about the victim?

    the girl reportedly has potential hearing loss, issues walking and Yankee Tea News says she has "bite marks" on her body.

    "safe" = "gaslighting"

    concerned grandma

    The next community convo to occur at the YWCA women’s forum, Mary Lee A. Kiernan, Esq, hostess must deliver a loud and clear message of support for this young woman in line with its platform, ‘It’s never ok to blame the victim’. It’s good and proper to offer prayer for this female victim of abuse and that both she and society at large experience a complete restoration of health.

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