The EyeOpener- PSYOPS 101: The Technology of Psych Warfare

BFP VideoAs we have examined in this special series of EyeOpener reports on psychological warfare in recent weeks, Psychological Operations, or PSYOPS, are every bit as vital to military strategists today as they ever were. In fact, in this age of 24/7 online access and the possibilities for new battlegrounds in the “information battlespace” that it affords, Psyops may be even more important than they have ever been in “winning the hearts and minds” (or at least confusing and stupefying the hearts and minds) of enemies the world over.

In some ways, this is precisely the point. Psyops by their very nature tend to rely on mechanical and technological trickery to deceive enemies or sneak propaganda past their defenses. Some of the greatest military victories in history did not involve fighting or bloodshed at all, but merely intimidation through demonstration of technological superiority.

In this fourth episode of our new series on psychological warfare James Corbett presents and discusses the basic strategy of terrorizing an enemy via technology, modern technologies and opening up the possibility of controlling the mind of an opponent directly through electronic- chemical or other means, and the secrecy surrounding the research on and implementations of these psyops technologies by military and intelligence agencies.

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*The Transcript for this video is available at Corbett Report: Click Here

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  1. I chuckled when I saw the piece of paper covering the video camera on James’ computer in the background. You don’t trust the corporate-government intel grid, James? Join the club. The first thing I did when I got my Mac was cover that lens.

  2. I wonder if Ambien was invented as part of the quest for the perfect amnesia drug?

    What percentage of Americans take it (or similar) drugs?

  3. Hey, Hal. I noticed that too. James is a smart man. 🙂

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