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May 6, 2016

Cosmic Disclosure: Government Troll Data Center – Existence of Internet saboteurs revealed –

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Cosmic Disclosure: Government Troll Data Center – Existence of Internet saboteurs revealed –
This information is about the fact that the government intentionally conducts an act to confuse the people by providing disinformation on the Internet. According to this article, there exists a specialized data center and people working there are “really sociopaths.” They impersonate over a dozen different people online and cause a big disruption and have an argument with their self.
It appears that the same person who masquerades as multiple persons continues to make derogatory comments on the Internet. The problem is that they “actually are being paid.” To put it in another way, they are employed by the government.
This has been revealed at least in the U.S. by Mr. Corey Goode. Probably it is the same with Japan.

April 30, 2016
Masatoshi Takeshita

(Note) Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in boldface type or in red letters.

Extract from Sphere-Being Alliance – March 31, 2016 –

Cosmic Disclosure: Government Troll Center 
Season 4, Episode 4


*Note from Japanese translator: Troll means posting provocative messages on the Internet in order to create a disturbance on a message board, chat or mailing list, to gain many responses or to commit sabotage.

David Wilcock : Hello, I'm David Wilcock , and welcome to another episode of “ Cosmic Disclosure ”. I'm here with Corey Goode, and in this episode we're going to get into government trolls. *snip* How prevalent is disinformation in the UFO community?

Corey: It's incredible. It's heavily controlled, heavily manipulated information. *snip*
The most important tool to have is a psychological profile on a person. If you have a psychological profile on a person, you're able to then find ways to get into their life and manipulate them, manipulate their belief systems. *snip*

So they want to find out your personality type. and most people think that everybody thinks the same way that you, that they, do, but we all approach things, think through things, differently. They want to get into your head and figure out how you think. Then, they're going to . . .


And then they're going to get as much information about the type of friends you keep, the type of content you watch on television, the type of information you follow on the Internet, the type of comments you make on social media – any and all information - they take, they come out with a final psychological profile that says . . . It's a profile that an operative can look at and use to say: “This person will most likely behave this way in this scenario. Or if I want this person to behave this way, this scenario will most likely elicit this response.”


David: So that gives them a lot of power. So they'll use all kinds of surveillance, and they want to have all these invasive personal details. So is it like an analysis of vulnerability? Is there a tactical breakdown of where somebody's vulnerabilities are?  *snip*

Corey: Pretty much.


David: Okay. So let's get into the core of what I wanted to speak about in this episode, which is people online are in discussion forums.  *snip*

And one of the first things I did is I went to Richard C. Hoagland's discussion forum on EnterpriseMission.com. And I'm saying, here's this guy coming out with this incredible stuff, that there's a monument on Mars.  *snip*

And then I start reading this stuff,  *snip*..  over the years I started to notice, when you really get these nasty skeptics, they will never acknowledge that you made a point.  *snip*

When people see folks like this online, are you saying that these people actually are being paid?

Corey: Not all. I mean, there's a phenomenon of anonymity, power. People feel powerful in anonymity on the Internet.  *snip*
But I'm absolutely positive because I helped set up a government data center for, basically, government trolls.

David: You helped set it up?

Corey: Right, as an IT (I) set up a virtual data center to where each station had a post coming up, six monitors branching off, one computer station that ran VMWare workstation. *snip*
So you can be sitting at this station and be pulling up these virtual machines from servers all over the world and make it look like you're in those locations from the IP address. And these people would have over a dozen different personalities that were created online, and had back stories, back information, have social media tied to them – very complex personalities set up with them.
And these operatives were normally what we call the “personality metamorph types”. It's a program of people that were sociopaths, really good liars and infiltrators, and were really sociopaths and were really good at this job.

And they would sit down. Some of them would just troll around looking for information. Some of them would be given targets, go to certain Internet forums – esoteric Internet forums – log on with three or four user IDs, and sit there and cause a huge disruption if they saw a topic that was legit or something they didn't want to be talked about, cause a big disruption and sit there and have an argument with their self.  *snip* …

The data centers that we set up were absolutely for the purpose of targeting people out there that were putting out information, and also to locate these people and report them up the chain so action could be taken against them.

Once you're reported up the chain and you're put on any number of lists, then you're open game to be targeted in any number of ways. If you're seen as a threat and you're put on one of these government threat lists, which undoubtedly you and I are definitely on, and a lot of people are on [the lists] that follow a lot of this information, especially if they're outspoken, they're definitely on lists, and things like that can occur.


David: This is probably going to upset and annoy some people, make them pissed off. What can be done about this?  *snip*

Corey: Just being aware that that is occurring is the first step. Second step – and I've been guilty of it myself; it's hard not to sometimes – do not engage them. Ignore them. Pretend you didn't even see what they said. That drives them crazy.


David: Do you think it's advisable for people to spend more time cultivating real friendships in the real world?

Corey: Yes.

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