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In late October 2018, the obscure Erin Olszewski (PsyOps and Civil Affairs) organized the activists to attend the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting.
Once at ACIP, the CDC Public Relations Officer met with Jamie Lynn Juarez allegedly because of her familial ties to high-ranking members of the military.
Juarez used the supposed chance meeting to invite Paul Offit to lunch and a photo op.
Analysts assess with a high confidence the true intention of the meeting and photo op was to soften the image for Paul Offit within anti-vaccine circles.
The secondary effect gave obscure and new activists social proof: they had access to the vaccine industry’s untouchable and most notorious valuable mouthpiece.
The blowback from the anti-vaccine community caused Olszewski to spin the event to further the objectives for #OperationFuriosa.
Source: COINTEL 2.0
“I look into the Canadian Frontline Nurses and their initiatives as well as some of their connections in the United States and their backgrounds and connections.”
Matt the Unceded
Denise Aguila is the self-purported leader of the “Mom Militia”, Freedom Angels, and Latinos for Medical Freedom.
Her rise to fame and influence within the anti-vaccine movement are no accident. Elements within Scientology and the Nation of Islam groomed her as part of an influence operation, labeled by our analysts as #OperationFuriosa.
Denise Aguilar and Laira de la Vega coordinated a large rally on Monday, August 6, 2018 at the State Capital in Sacramento, California.
Her stated purpose for the “Rally for Justice” was to get media coverage for the lawsuit. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr and Del Bigtree won a lawsuit against Health & Human Services (HHS) for not filing required vaccine safety reports with Congress.
Aguilar used the event as social proof to penetrate the anti-vaccine movement.
Bigtree hosted Aguilar and Vega on an episode of the Highwire shortly after the rally.
From: COINTEL 2.0
In a time when public discourse is increasingly polarized, one name has emerged at the center of a heated debate: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
The mainstream media has labeled him an “anti-vaxxer” in an attempt to sway the votes of anti-vaxxers, However, a closer examination of Kennedy’s own words reveals a complex tale of reverse psychology at play.
It is essential to understand that Kennedy himself has stated, (video above) “I’m not an anti-vaxxer, although I’m kind of the poster child for the anti-vaccine movement.” This statement hints at a nuanced perspective that the mainstream media is intentionally overlooking as it has been stated by him multiple times.
The media’s portrayal of Kennedy as an “anti-vaxxer” raises questions about their motives. Could it be that they are purposefully mischaracterizing him to tap into the sentiments of the anti-vaccine movement for their own gain? By painting Kennedy with the broad brush of being “anti-vaxx,” they may hope to secure the support of those who are skeptical of vaccines. (if true, could mean there may be more Americans against vaccines then the “controllers” would ever allow us to know about)
The case of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. illuminates the larger issue of how the mainstream media tries and and does shape public opinion by using reverse psychology tactics. It serves as a reminder for individuals to remain critical thinkers and to dig deeper into the narratives presented to them.
Let’s consider an oversimplified scenario.
The estimated number of domain name registrations across all top-level domains is approximately 367.3 million.
Assuming there are 5,939 domains associated with the same IP address, the probability that any given domain is assigned to that particular IP address is correctly calculated as 5,939 divided by 370,000,000, which equals approximately 0.000016.
If there are three individuals known to each other, and each individual has one website within that set of domains, the probability that all three websites randomly end up on the same IP address is obtained by raising the individual domain probability to the power of 3.
The resulting probability of approximately 4.096e-15, or roughly 1 in 244,140,625,000,000, indicates that the likelihood of all three websites ending up on the same IP address purely by chance is extremely low. This probability can be compared to winning the lottery multiple times to illustrate its rarity.
From COINTEL 2.0
Math Verified by GregWyatt.net
In this scenario, we’re trying to determine the probability that these 33 domains of interest would all end up in the same network range purely by chance.
The probability that a single, randomly chosen domain is hosted on one of the 254 usable IP addresses in this network range would be calculated as follows:
Probability_single = IP / Number of Domains = 254 / 370,000,000 ≈ 0.000000686
The odds that all 33 domains of interest (DoI) end up in the same network by random chance, you would raise this individual domain probability to the power of 33:
Probability_all = (Probability_single) ^ Number of Domains of Interest = (0.000000686) ^ 33 ≈ 1.07e-226
The resulting probability of approximately 1.07e-226 is an extremely small number, indicating that the likelihood of all 33 domains being in the same network range
purely by chance is effectively zero.
From: COINTEL 2.0
Math Verified By GregWyatt.net