CIA coined and weaponized the term “conspiracy theory”.

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No, I actually understand our federal Constitution and how it is supposed to work. The term came from right wingers simply making stuff up and implying they are for the "gospel Truth" according to Scripture simply because they are on the right wing.
They didn't coin the phrase. It has been around in print and word since at least the late 1800s.
One way to destigmatize the term conspiracy theorist is to actually focus on things that may be a real conspiracy....Instead of inventing them.
Wrong and proven false.
The CIA did not invent the term 'conspiracy theorist' or 'conspiracy theory', that in and of itself is a conspiracy theory.
The CIA coined "conspiracy theory" Hahahaha.. This is just another conspiracy theory.. The term dates way back ... to the early 18th century or even France during the Reign of Louis the 14th.
In 1976 the New York Times obtained a document they requested via the Freedom of Information Act.

This document was a C.I.A. Dispatch labeled “psych” for “psychological operations” that was distributed in 1967, indicating they coined the phrase “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorists” to attack anyone who challenged the official narrative from the Warren Commission. It also has a CS indicated on it, which stands for “clandestine services” unit.

These labels have continued ever since they coined the phrase in the 1960’s, with the intention of stifling any truths from getting out. Pay close attention to those using the labels and the information they are referring to. This will be your first clue that truth lies within and they are trying to deflect it. The bottom line is there are hundreds if not thousands of conspiracies taking place all around us – legitimate ones. While they are busy misdirecting with their “conspiracy theorist” labels, evidence is being dug up, they are being exposed, and what they claim to be theory is TRUTH.

There are some disputes out there as to whether the C.I.A. was the first to use the term because it has been printed in a handful of political books from the late 1800’s. The inception of the C.I.A. was in 1947 and this “psych” dispatch went out in 1967. It is from that point on that the term “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorist” have been shoved down our throats. It was weaponized, just as so many other labels have been used to distract, manipulate and change the narrative to suit their agenda.

Read the full C.I.A. Dispatch below.
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That document makes no mention of coining the term conspiracy theory.

Massive fail for you
 

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Its meaningless now, just like yelling racism. It means nothing.
It is very effective.

Weaponized to control information and to promote disinformation. (distract from real conspiracies)
It was never weaponized. Ity has always been an accurate term to describe morons.

Youer own links and citations prove this.
 

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Democrats and leftists are so tribal and pathetic. They think government, CIA, FBI, NGO's, Corporations can't conspire to bring something about because they think today the targets are the anti globalists, Trump voters etc. Now back in the day when our institutions were anti commie they conspired and spied on the Kennedy's, MLK/Abernathy their whole crew, Commies like Frank Marshall Davis who was Obama's mentor and the list goes.

British intelligence did the same in the USA prior to WWll. Rockefeller gave MI-5 or 6 whatever it is called a free floor of office space at Rockefeller Center. They planted fake news stories, engaged in honey pot traps on Senators in the hopes of convincing the government and the public to enter WWll. Rockefeller and others wanted the USA at war it is good for business.
 
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British intelligence did the same in the USA prior to WWll. Rockefeller gave MI-5 or 6 whatever it is called a free floor of office space at Rockefeller Center. They planted fake news stories, engaged in honey pot traps on Senators in the hopes of convincing the government and the public to enter WWll. Rockefeller and others wanted the USA at war it is good for business.
Something interesting about the Brits...

 
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Passe? As the Chinese communists in Wuhan are walking around still not knowing where and by what means in their own country the virus comes from, we think that the most intriguing and timely conspiracy theory is this one:

www. China’s Gift For The Biden Inauguration Is A Conspiracy Theory About COVID-19’s U.S. Origins
’....Hua Chunying called on the U.S. to open the Fort Detrick base and invite the WHO to investigate....The struggle will intensify now, no matter who is in the White House.’
 

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No FIRST we will discuss how you have fallen flat on your face and failed to provide evidence to support the idiotic OP
The OP is spot-on. agent Snoupy
The OP is unsupported crap angelo BITCH.

It is not spot on it is a pile of steaming bullshit.

Not one piece of evidence supports the OP. You have liunks which refer to documents which do not exist and other links which refer to documents which do NOT say what you claim.

Your OP cannot be spot on without evidence.

Once again as always WHERE IS THE FUCKING EVIDENCE?
 

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OP’s post #88: ‘CIA Memo 1967....so as to inhibit the circulation of such claims in other countries.’

The UK and South African COVID-19 variants are called B117.1 in the media. The deception is that this is not the name of a single mutation but the name of a series of seventeen mutations, of which the most important one, N501Y has just shown up in Japan, and we’re not surprised how conspiracy theories work. This mutation first came from Chinese lab mice in China, naturally, at least by 30 Jul 2020.

China Joe knows that the Clinton сrime family is CIA, not FBI. Why are the Japanese surprised about this mutation? Fauci’s silence about COVID-19’s origins helps China Joe’s funky ass. And why not? They are both catholic protection-racket puppets.

23 Jan 2021 Tokyo Girl With No Travel History To UK Infected With New Coronavirus Variant
’The girl has not been in the United Kingdom and has not had any contact with anyone who has been overseas....The girl was in close contact with a male Tokyo resident in his 40s....’
 

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No, I actually understand our federal Constitution and how it is supposed to work. The term came from right wingers simply making stuff up and implying they are for the "gospel Truth" according to Scripture simply because they are on the right wing.
They didn't coin the phrase. It has been around in print and word since at least the late 1800s.
One way to destigmatize the term conspiracy theorist is to actually focus on things that may be a real conspiracy....Instead of inventing them.
Wrong and proven false.
The CIA did not invent the term 'conspiracy theorist' or 'conspiracy theory', that in and of itself is a conspiracy theory.
The CIA coined "conspiracy theory" Hahahaha.. This is just another conspiracy theory.. The term dates way back ... to the early 18th century or even France during the Reign of Louis the 14th.
In 1976 the New York Times obtained a document they requested via the Freedom of Information Act.

This document was a C.I.A. Dispatch labeled “psych” for “psychological operations” that was distributed in 1967, indicating they coined the phrase “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorists” to attack anyone who challenged the official narrative from the Warren Commission. It also has a CS indicated on it, which stands for “clandestine services” unit.

These labels have continued ever since they coined the phrase in the 1960’s, with the intention of stifling any truths from getting out. Pay close attention to those using the labels and the information they are referring to. This will be your first clue that truth lies within and they are trying to deflect it. The bottom line is there are hundreds if not thousands of conspiracies taking place all around us – legitimate ones. While they are busy misdirecting with their “conspiracy theorist” labels, evidence is being dug up, they are being exposed, and what they claim to be theory is TRUTH.

There are some disputes out there as to whether the C.I.A. was the first to use the term because it has been printed in a handful of political books from the late 1800’s. The inception of the C.I.A. was in 1947 and this “psych” dispatch went out in 1967. It is from that point on that the term “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorist” have been shoved down our throats. It was weaponized, just as so many other labels have been used to distract, manipulate and change the narrative to suit their agenda.

Read the full C.I.A. Dispatch below.
View attachment 447387
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That document makes no mention of coining the term conspiracy theory.

Massive fail for you
1967 CIA Dispatch: Countering Conspiracy Theories

 

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This 1967 CIA Memo Is Still Used to Discredit Conspiracy Theorists Today

The phrase “conspiracy theorist” gets thrown around these days like pies get thrown around in an episode of The Three Stooges. It has become so overused in fact that it almost doesn’t mean anything anymore (and has been superseded by the “fake news” psyop as a means of discrediting truly independent media that criticizes the establishment or asks too many questions).

Once upon a time, being a conspiracy theorist wasn’t automatically akin to being a crazy tin foil hatter. That all changed swiftly after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, when polls showed nearly half the country was not buying the Warren Commission’s findings or its report solidifying the government’s official version of events; a Gallup poll reported in January 1967 that at least 46% of the country did not believe Oswald acted alone. (Bear in mind this was a full decade before the House Select Committee on Assassinations investigated JFK’s murder and concluded that, “Scientific acoustical evidence establishes a high probability that two gunmen fired at President John F. Kennedy,” and that “President John F. Kennedy was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.”)

At the same time, Mark Lane had just released his book “Rush to Judgment: A Critique of the Warren Commission’s Inquiry into the Murders of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J. D. Tippit and Lee Harvey Oswald” and a three-judge panel had just ruled that District Attorney Jim Garrison had enough evidence to take Clay Shaw to trial on charges of conspiring to assassinate JFK.

The Central Intelligence Agency released the following memo in April 1967 categorized as “PSYCH” which essentially weaponized the use of the label “conspiracy theorist” and laid out a number of dirty tactics using “elite friendly contacts” including politicians and media figures to discredit and shut down any claims and ultimately demonize anyone who attempted to challenge the government’s official version of events.

If you read this document, you’ll see elements of it still in play today every time a major event takes place that the system does not want anyone asking questions about.


 

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OP’s post #88: ‘CIA Memo 1967....so as to inhibit the circulation of such claims in other countries.’

The UK and South African COVID-19 variants are called B117.1 in the media. The deception is that this is not the name of a single mutation but the name of a series of seventeen mutations, of which the most important one, N501Y has just shown up in Japan, and we’re not surprised how conspiracy theories work. This mutation first came from Chinese lab mice in China, naturally, at least by 30 Jul 2020.

China Joe knows that the Clinton сrime family is CIA, not FBI. Why are the Japanese surprised about this mutation? Fauci’s silence about COVID-19’s origins helps China Joe’s funky ass. And why not? They are both catholic protection-racket puppets.

23 Jan 2021 Tokyo Girl With No Travel History To UK Infected With New Coronavirus Variant
’The girl has not been in the United Kingdom and has not had any contact with anyone who has been overseas....The girl was in close contact with a male Tokyo resident in his 40s....’
You're a conspiracy theorist.
 

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No FIRST we will discuss how you have fallen flat on your face and failed to provide evidence to support the idiotic OP
The OP is spot-on. agent Snoupy
The OP is unsupported crap angelo BITCH.

It is not spot on it is a pile of steaming bullshit.

Not one piece of evidence supports the OP. You have liunks which refer to documents which do not exist and other links which refer to documents which do NOT say what you claim.

Your OP cannot be spot on without evidence.

Once again as always WHERE IS THE FUCKING EVIDENCE?
I understand soupynazi, when you are confronted with truth you can be triggered. :auiqs.jpg:

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OP’s post #88: ‘CIA Memo 1967....so as to inhibit the circulation of such claims in other countries.’

The UK and South African COVID-19 variants are called B117.1 in the media. The deception is that this is not the name of a single mutation but the name of a series of seventeen mutations, of which the most important one, N501Y has just shown up in Japan, and we’re not surprised how conspiracy theories work. This mutation first came from Chinese lab mice in China, naturally, at least by 30 Jul 2020.

China Joe knows that the Clinton сrime family is CIA, not FBI. Why are the Japanese surprised about this mutation? Fauci’s silence about COVID-19’s origins helps China Joe’s funky ass. And why not? They are both catholic protection-racket puppets.

23 Jan 2021 Tokyo Girl With No Travel History To UK Infected With New Coronavirus Variant
’The girl has not been in the United Kingdom and has not had any contact with anyone who has been overseas....The girl was in close contact with a male Tokyo resident in his 40s....’
You're a conspiracy theorist.
That would make you a Coincidental theorist.:)
 

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No, I actually understand our federal Constitution and how it is supposed to work. The term came from right wingers simply making stuff up and implying they are for the "gospel Truth" according to Scripture simply because they are on the right wing.
They didn't coin the phrase. It has been around in print and word since at least the late 1800s.
One way to destigmatize the term conspiracy theorist is to actually focus on things that may be a real conspiracy....Instead of inventing them.
Wrong and proven false.
The CIA did not invent the term 'conspiracy theorist' or 'conspiracy theory', that in and of itself is a conspiracy theory.
The CIA coined "conspiracy theory" Hahahaha.. This is just another conspiracy theory.. The term dates way back ... to the early 18th century or even France during the Reign of Louis the 14th.
In 1976 the New York Times obtained a document they requested via the Freedom of Information Act.

This document was a C.I.A. Dispatch labeled “psych” for “psychological operations” that was distributed in 1967, indicating they coined the phrase “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorists” to attack anyone who challenged the official narrative from the Warren Commission. It also has a CS indicated on it, which stands for “clandestine services” unit.

These labels have continued ever since they coined the phrase in the 1960’s, with the intention of stifling any truths from getting out. Pay close attention to those using the labels and the information they are referring to. This will be your first clue that truth lies within and they are trying to deflect it. The bottom line is there are hundreds if not thousands of conspiracies taking place all around us – legitimate ones. While they are busy misdirecting with their “conspiracy theorist” labels, evidence is being dug up, they are being exposed, and what they claim to be theory is TRUTH.

There are some disputes out there as to whether the C.I.A. was the first to use the term because it has been printed in a handful of political books from the late 1800’s. The inception of the C.I.A. was in 1947 and this “psych” dispatch went out in 1967. It is from that point on that the term “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorist” have been shoved down our throats. It was weaponized, just as so many other labels have been used to distract, manipulate and change the narrative to suit their agenda.

Read the full C.I.A. Dispatch below.
View attachment 447387
View attachment 447388
That document makes no mention of coining the term conspiracy theory.

Massive fail for you
1967 CIA Dispatch: Countering Conspiracy Theories

No mention in that document of weaponizing or coining the term
 

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This 1967 CIA Memo Is Still Used to Discredit Conspiracy Theorists Today

The phrase “conspiracy theorist” gets thrown around these days like pies get thrown around in an episode of The Three Stooges. It has become so overused in fact that it almost doesn’t mean anything anymore (and has been superseded by the “fake news” psyop as a means of discrediting truly independent media that criticizes the establishment or asks too many questions).

Once upon a time, being a conspiracy theorist wasn’t automatically akin to being a crazy tin foil hatter. That all changed swiftly after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, when polls showed nearly half the country was not buying the Warren Commission’s findings or its report solidifying the government’s official version of events; a Gallup poll reported in January 1967 that at least 46% of the country did not believe Oswald acted alone. (Bear in mind this was a full decade before the House Select Committee on Assassinations investigated JFK’s murder and concluded that, “Scientific acoustical evidence establishes a high probability that two gunmen fired at President John F. Kennedy,” and that “President John F. Kennedy was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.”)

At the same time, Mark Lane had just released his book “Rush to Judgment: A Critique of the Warren Commission’s Inquiry into the Murders of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J. D. Tippit and Lee Harvey Oswald” and a three-judge panel had just ruled that District Attorney Jim Garrison had enough evidence to take Clay Shaw to trial on charges of conspiring to assassinate JFK.

The Central Intelligence Agency released the following memo in April 1967 categorized as “PSYCH” which essentially weaponized the use of the label “conspiracy theorist” and laid out a number of dirty tactics using “elite friendly contacts” including politicians and media figures to discredit and shut down any claims and ultimately demonize anyone who attempted to challenge the government’s official version of events.

If you read this document, you’ll see elements of it still in play today every time a major event takes place that the system does not want anyone asking questions about.


Nothing in that document supports the OP. The document only makes mention of conspiracy theory in so far as the author is concerned about the image of the CIA being portrayed by such people and that is all.'

There is no line in it which supports the premise that the CIA coined the term or weaponized the term

You have only imagined that the CIA did this stuff you describe and you have to twist and spin what is written in the document.
 

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No FIRST we will discuss how you have fallen flat on your face and failed to provide evidence to support the idiotic OP
The OP is spot-on. agent Snoupy
The OP is unsupported crap angelo BITCH.

It is not spot on it is a pile of steaming bullshit.

Not one piece of evidence supports the OP. You have liunks which refer to documents which do not exist and other links which refer to documents which do NOT say what you claim.

Your OP cannot be spot on without evidence.

Once again as always WHERE IS THE FUCKING EVIDENCE?
I understand soupynazi, when you are confronted with truth you can be triggered. :auiqs.jpg:

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You have not shiown any truth

You have a odcument which makes passing mention of the term conspiracy theory and from that you leap to the distant conclusion that they coined or weaponized the term

The document says NO SUCH THING.

YUou have failed to present evidence or truth
 

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