How to Start a Smear Campaign to Make the Public Turn Against Anyone You Want

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Wow, I asked AI to create a smear campaign against truthers so that we could show it’s done, and it did more to explain what happened during the pandemic than I could ever find the right words for (without getting ranty).

15 ways to start a Smear Campaign to Discredit Dissenters & Deceive the Public

15 ways you can smear, shame, ridicule, or discredit dissenters to direct a fearful public to hate them using media propaganda, social media techniques, and internet censorship and filtering.

Ensure to include ridiculous illogical name-calling so that the public misidentifies them and has an instant trigger embedded into them to “stay away from the stench”; such as “conspiracy theorists,” “anti-vaxxers,” “tin-foil hatters,” “Q-anon followers,” “anti-science,” “anti-globalists,” “neo-Nazis,” “Flat Earthers,” “dangerous terrorists,” and whatever other name the media has used to make up about people they wanted the public to turn against.

Note: Please know this has already occurred. We need to show the public how they did this. We need something like this for them to learn how they were deceived into believing that the people who were hurting them (the media) were lying to them about those who were trying to save them. I need something that shows how they did it.

  1. Start a smear campaign on social media with false information about the dissenters and create hashtags that make them look like fools.
  2. Create fake news stories about how dissenters are dangerous or terrorists, using fear mongering tactics to scare people away from them.
  3. Utilize internet censorship to filter out dissenting opinions and block their websites and accounts on social media platforms so they can’t be heard.
  4. Amplify negative messaging through paid trolls who help spread your message of hate against the dissenters by creating content designed to discredit them in an inflammatory way, as well as comments intended to harass or intimidate those who disagree with you on public forums or discussion boards online.
  5. Create YouTube videos attacking dissenters by exaggerating their beliefs or misrepresenting their aims while simultaneously ridiculing what they stand for in a demeaning manner designed to shame those who watch it into agreeing with your viewpoint without question.
  6. Write articles for mainstream publications that focus on painting dissenters in a bad light, using inflammatory language and inaccurate facts to discredit them for readers so no one will believe what they have to say anymore due to its “unreliability” according to the popular narrative of your point-of-view you are trying push forward instead of theirs being “the true one”.
  7. Organize protests against people considered dissidents without permission from local governing bodies (i.e., “unauthorized protests”) in order to create tension between the opposing sides and deter other opposition groups.
    • Doing so can lead to violence, making it difficult for anyone to speak up and protest.
    • This helps create tension between the opposing sides where you don’t want anything constructive happening and just want violence erupting so that everyone is afraid of protesting themselves later due this conflict occurring
    • This will deter any other opposition groups forming afterwards since they now know how powerful you are, and they fear someone might get hurt if things don’t go according plan during these demonstrations, either by police intervention/brutality or random agitators/vigilantes.
    • This also places fear of others wanting to get involved, as it gives the impression that things can become unpredictable when emotions run high, such as during civil unrest, particularly when something is set up ahead of time (before all parties start communicating directly with each other).
    • If you keep things heated between the parties, and keep problems arising, it makes it very difficult for them to lead to positive progress between all parties involved, especially when there’s more than two sides with different ideas clashing together at once.
  8. Make sure news outlets reporting on dissenter movements use derogatory language such as “conspiracy theorists”, “anti-vaxxers” and “neo-nazis” etc., thus creating an instant emotional reaction amongst viewers which results in further demonization & alienation from society
    • thereby stripping away any potential support bases formed previously
    • thereby reducing their self worth & overall legitimacy derived from solidarity
    • Alliances formed between members with only common interests lead to an increase in mob justice when unexpected, widely publicised incidents occur. Victims of these attacks often lack protection and become easy targets for mobs, who take advantage of infrequent yet unpredictable opportunities to target persons not conforming to mainstream acceptance and societal approval.
  9. Deplatform dissenting voices whenever possible through removal of their access to online networks.
    • This forces them choose whether to risk losing business and communication altogether.
  10. Highlight particularly radical views held exclusively by small group extremists, and proclaim them to represent the entire movement.
    • So that the rest of the group that do not have the same extremist views also wants to disassociate from the movement
    • And so that the general population will look to seek revenge or punish innocent persons merely by associating them with this extremist views.
  11. Set traps luring disfavored groups into a false sense of security by engaging them in activities prohibited by authorities, subsequently arresting and prosecuting those falsely accused persons based on flimsy evidence planted strategically beforehand and planting incriminating items at locations known to be visited regularly, further bolstering cases brought forward unjustly and deliberately for the obvious purpose of destroying reputations and lives of innocents affected detrimentally and unfairly.
  12. Use psychological bullying tactics
    • Exhausting resources and morale of oppositional forces has resorted to desperate measures, unable to continue the fight back and win legal battles waged on numerous fronts, weakening their resolve and numbers available in resource pools, relying on diminishing returns for investments of efforts required to sustain campaigns indefinitely;
      • the long-term strategy adopted by opponents is rendering them powerless to affect policies implemented by anti-democratic regimes
      • implementing oppressive systems of governance disadvantaging the majorities in favour of benefit for an exclusive few
      • lives lost, lives ruined, lives forever changed unrecognizably deformed
  13. Make sure opinion polls feature questions formulated in a biased way, slanting dissenting opinion negatively and implying stupid and dangerous ideas.
    • Encourage the general public to lose sympathy
    • Completely isolating individuals making them feel unable to rely on anyone to stand and defend any statements.
    • Repeated ad nauseam and display it prominently as the “majority accepted normal view”
    • Disregard minority, dismiss them, and treat them with disdain and scorn.
  14. Spread rumours and gossip aimed at discrediting opponents
    • Call them gullible, naïve, ignorant, diseased, poor, and cruel
  15. Launch targeted attacks that appear unrelated
    • It could involve using false identities, deceptive tactics, and other methods to disguise the attack’s true purpose.
    • Controlled opposition.
    • Attackers that use subterfuge to mask their true identify or motive

The summarized version: Tactics used to suppress dissent and opposition: Organizing unauthorized protests to create tension, using derogatory language in the media to demonize opposing groups, deplatforming dissenting voices, highlighting extreme views of a small group to discredit the broader movement, using psychological bullying tactics, manipulating opinion polls, spreading rumors and gossip, launching targeted attacks, and spreading joy and jubilation to proclaim victory over the dissenters. These tactics aim to weaken opposition and control the narrative, ultimately silencing opposing views and consolidating power.

What the ideal solution would have been (had we not been living in an age of biased media with powerful forces at play)

What are 15 ways to ensure that people do not get unjustly smeared for having a dissenting opinion?

  1. Respectfully listen to each other’s views, even if you disagree.
  2. Be aware of potential biases when discussing the dissenting opinion.
  3. Frame discussion around facts and data rather than opinions or feelings.
  4. Acknowledge that disagreements can lead to meaningful discussion and understanding for all parties involved.
  5. Focus on issues rather than personalities in any debate or disagreement about the dissenting opinion.
  6. If you do not agree with another’s view, be sure to express your disagreement without personal attacks or accusations against their character or motives that could lead to unjust smearing of their opinion or identity as a person overall..
  7. Be aware of making assumptions about someone’s motives based on their dissenting opinion alone; rather than assuming malicious intent, it is important to remember that people have different lived experiences which may influence how they view certain topics differently from others in the group discussion at hand..
  8. Ask questions with an open mind during conversations about a dissenting opinion in order to gain better insight into why someone may believe what they do and allow for more meaningful dialogue between all parties involved..
  9. Allow time for everyone in the conversation to share their opinions before jumping into conclusion based solely off one person’s view point.. from one side of any issue being discussed as well as allowing space for multiple points of view while engaging in civil discourse over differences in beliefs are important steps towards avoiding unjust smearing throughout a debate surrounding a given topic..
  10. Actively attempt to understand an individual’s perspective without immediately judging them or labeling them harshly due to having alternative views on topics being debated within a group setting..
  11. Encourage others who may feel afraid of speaking out due fear of judgment by providing reassurance that their ideas will be listened too and respected, even if there are disagreements present among participants within the conversation taking place..
  12. Do not resort violence when engaging with someone who has differing opinions from your own; violence should never be used as an answer despite feeling frustrated by another individual’s take on any given subject matter
  13. Make sure all individuals involved are treated equally regardless if they have similar beliefs/opinions/backgrounds which differ from your own…
  14. Stress honesty when having discussions involving differing opinions; honesty allows for greater understanding between those participating
  15. Demonstrate willingness to compromise where possible during conversations involving dissenters

In an ideal world, where there was no corruption, and the media was honest, and everyone was ethical, what are 10 ways to ensure that dissenting voices and those with different analysis of the evidence, do not get harmed by smear campaigns or get discredited or censored?

  1. Protect freedom of speech and expression through legal frameworks and policies.
  2. Encourage a diverse and pluralistic media landscape, free from government or private sector control.
  3. Foster open and transparent communication channels where dissenting voices can be heard and shared.
  4. Promote critical thinking and media literacy among the public.
  5. Ensure transparency and accountability in the decision-making processes of media outlets and platforms.
  6. Provide access to and protection of whistleblowers who reveal information in the public interest.
  7. Encourage and support independent and alternative media organizations.
  8. Promote and protect the rights of journalists to freely report and investigate without fear of retaliation.
  9. Implement robust fact-checking systems and encourage media outlets to use them.
  10. Establish a mechanism for individuals to seek redress if their rights, such as the right to privacy, are violated by the media.

Yep, we’re in an inverse world alright.

Evil has the microphone and holds all the cards currently: the media, the laws, the land, the government, the big tech, the big Corp, the big Ag, big Health, big Food, big Retail, AI, the financial system, the surveillance states, and on and on… humanity is in trouble unless we can help awaken people to the propaganda and the rest. Little by little people will be forced to realize it (whether they’re ready or not), some are feeling the boot on their head already, or they are only just starting to smell it, but the rest will soon realize it too or at least feel the boot come for them: the snake is eating itself. Everyone who is working in jobs where they keep this corruption going; following evil policies to “feed your family today” with no considerations of the “prison you are building for your family tomorrow”. Do you see that it can’t be done without us; that we are the ones that keep evil in power?

See also: Decoding The Hidden Agendas: Using AI To Generate Courses To Shine Light On Corruption

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Penny (PennyButler.com)

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