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RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
Though I can't find a link for it, I recall some time ago a white supremacist movement got infiltrated and wrapped up, and it turned out that 6 of the 7 leaders of the organisation were Feds of various stripes, none of which had a clue about each other or that Uncle Sam was essentially running the entire organisation from the top down.
06-26-2016 08:42 AM
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RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
This is essentially the plot of the very prescient 1908 novel by GK Chesterton called "The Man Who Was Thursday".
06-26-2016 05:05 PM
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RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
Came across this free e-book today via WRSA. RATS! by Claire Wolfe

Quote:These days, law enforcement at all levels -- from the local cop shop to obscure federal agencies -- uses snitches to trap ordinary people. Snitches tell lies that send their friends to jail. Paid agents provocateurs talk or trick otherwise harmless people into committing crimes. In many places, Snitch culture has virtually replaced real investigation of real crimes.

Don't think you're exempt if you're a "law-abiding citizen." The most trusting, naive, innocent people often make the easiest targets for these weaselly, lying, opportunistic vermin. Snitches specialize in targeting the vulnerable.

You may be in danger if you are:

A political activist
A recreational drug user
A hobbyist or business person who works with "sensitive" materials
A member of an unpopular religion
A gun owner or dealer
A participant in the underground economy
A photographer or videographer
A controversial thinker or writer
Or you just happen to hang out with the wrong people
Snitches are everywhere and they're hard to detect. This brief, FREE ebook, Rats, can help you:

Identify a snitch
Protect yourself against snitches and agents provocateurs
Protect your friends or colleagues
Know how to handle yourself if you get arrested
It could even help you avoid being pressured into becoming a snitch, yourself.

Rats is the work of ex-cops, lawyers, security experts, experienced activists, outlaws, former outlaws, trained interrogators, and more. In the hour or so it takes you to read their information, you'll gain a lifetime's worth of armor against snitches, informers, informants, agents provocateurs, narcs, finks, and similar vermin.

Download the Rats ebook now. Five electronic formats. All absolutely FREE. Download below or top of page left.

Share it with your friends. Spread it around. Offer copies for download you your own site or mirror this entire page. All we ask is that you provide a link back to http://rats-nosnitch.com/. Information is power -- the power of free people against a growing police state.

If you want to read the book in one of the ereader formats but don't own a Kindle or a Nook, you can download free reader software for phones, Windows and Mac computers, and other devices. Free Kindle apps from Amazon.com. Free Nook apps from Barnes & Noble.
09-03-2016 12:37 AM
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RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
(09-03-2016 12:37 AM)Adonis Wrote:  Came across this free e-book today via WRSA. RATS! by Claire Wolfe

Quote:These days, law enforcement at all levels -- from the local cop shop to obscure federal agencies -- uses snitches to trap ordinary people. Snitches tell lies that send their friends to jail. Paid agents provocateurs talk or trick otherwise harmless people into committing crimes. In many places, Snitch culture has virtually replaced real investigation of real crimes.

Don't think you're exempt if you're a "law-abiding citizen." The most trusting, naive, innocent people often make the easiest targets for these weaselly, lying, opportunistic vermin. Snitches specialize in targeting the vulnerable.

You may be in danger if you are:

A political activist
A recreational drug user
A hobbyist or business person who works with "sensitive" materials
A member of an unpopular religion
A gun owner or dealer
A participant in the underground economy
A photographer or videographer
A controversial thinker or writer
Or you just happen to hang out with the wrong people
Snitches are everywhere and they're hard to detect. This brief, FREE ebook, Rats, can help you:

Identify a snitch
Protect yourself against snitches and agents provocateurs
Protect your friends or colleagues
Know how to handle yourself if you get arrested
It could even help you avoid being pressured into becoming a snitch, yourself.

Rats is the work of ex-cops, lawyers, security experts, experienced activists, outlaws, former outlaws, trained interrogators, and more. In the hour or so it takes you to read their information, you'll gain a lifetime's worth of armor against snitches, informers, informants, agents provocateurs, narcs, finks, and similar vermin.

Download the Rats ebook now. Five electronic formats. All absolutely FREE. Download below or top of page left.

Share it with your friends. Spread it around. Offer copies for download you your own site or mirror this entire page. All we ask is that you provide a link back to http://rats-nosnitch.com/. Information is power -- the power of free people against a growing police state.

If you want to read the book in one of the ereader formats but don't own a Kindle or a Nook, you can download free reader software for phones, Windows and Mac computers, and other devices. Free Kindle apps from Amazon.com. Free Nook apps from Barnes & Noble.


I downloaded and read this book. It's very short, so it's a quick read. However, it is very informative. Most of the points they mention ring true, in that I've heard stories over the years of court cases that involved stings and informants. Someone I knew 30 years ago went to jail after a friend got him to sell drugs to an undercover cop. The whole business with snitches is widespread in today's society.

It's one thing to hear about various cases with snitches over the years, but it's quite another to see the topic laid out in an organized fashion, with advice about best practices to avoid problems. I recommend downloading and reading this book. It's free, and it doesn't take long to read, so it's well worth it.

Just remember that many innocent people get cause up in the schemes of these snitches. It's best to avoid this for yourself, and to help friends and loved ones avoid it when possible.

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09-03-2016 12:08 PM
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RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
Roosh, you are looking for "Knowledge is Power - The Gentleman's Guide to Disinformation". This is an excellent list of tactics that I have personally seen used sucessfully.

http://pastebin.com/irj4Fyd5

1. COINTELPRO Techniques for dilution, misdirection and control of a internet forum
2. Twenty-Five Rules of Disinformation
3. Eight Traits of the Disinformationalist
4. How to Spot a Spy (Cointelpro Agent)
5. Seventeen Techniques for Truth Suppression

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09-07-2016 04:08 PM
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RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
(06-07-2016 09:05 PM)Fortis Wrote:  
(06-07-2016 02:26 AM)germanico Wrote:  If I where a CIA recruiter, I would mine this very forum.

Think about it, where else are they going to find charismatic assets that are well travelled, versed in languages as well as the cultural nuances of latin american and eastern european nations, and has an on site network of well connected professionals that keeps him well informed with up to date files on the economic, social, political and cultural happenings in almost every major city in the world?

This forum acts as an intelligence network on its own. A better, independant one. I doubt the CIA keeps a detailed dossier of the hottests clubs right now in Buenos Aires. We do. A man armed with the information we so freely give out in here could infiltrate any relevant group in any relevant city in the world.

If there are any company men in the forum, its not to subvert it.

Now we all should chip in and buy Roosh a volcano lair somewhere.

Exactly. The sooner guys stop looking at this forum as a game forum and as more of a networking place, you really start to see all the talent we have here.

I've met so many guys here who legitimately impressed me with their expertise and experience. I am not easily impressed, so I really mean that.

But that also means we need to be careful. There are people out there who are jealous and would destroy this forum out of spite.

That is why I think that when guys push too hard for meet ups that they actually open up the forum to massive doxxing.

What's to stop some white knight from lying a shit load on the forum, hosting a meet-up, getting all the numbers and then doxxing all the guys involved?-
Let the meet-ups happen naturally. meet up with guys you want to meet, but always be careful. Didn't something like this happen to Linux?

This why when I'm getting guys who are interested in joining the tribe, I vet them hard. I call from a blocked number, talk/get a feel for them, ask questions, listen to how they speak. If I feel comfortable enough with them on the phone I arrange a private meeting. See how they act in public and how they carry themselves. Sometimes I run them through a gaunlet, sometimes more relaxed. Until I feel that they are ok. Then I will let them meet the tribe. If the tribe said they aren't comfortable with the person then I take action. Though that hasn't happened yet.

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09-16-2016 11:20 PM
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Post: #32
RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
If you want to read some subversive shit, then try "Unintended Consequences" by John Ross. But if you order that shit, just know you'll be on a government watch list.

But it's really interesting. It's about a former special ops guy that brings the U.S. gov't to its knees after they keep fucking with him. He's a patriot that goes full rogue and starts fucking up dirty congressmen that enacted the bad laws which they're using against him.

It's one of those life changing books. But you won't find it at the bookstore.
09-17-2016 08:29 PM
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RE: Counter intelligence: strategy and tactics
NY State Undercover and Informant Handling Tactics Manual

Its specific to NY but was written by a 25 year vet of u/c work with fed agencies.
10-25-2016 03:43 PM
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