1. Twitter File Release #8, The NON PRETENDING Version of the story.
2. In release #8, the basic outline is showing how the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and U.S. State Department (DoS) work with the social media platforms to amplify messaging and create specifically anonymous government accounts intended to spread propaganda globally.
3. The United States intelligence apparatus was/is actively using and working with the Twitter platform to align with U.S. government interests. The govt was coordinating, instructing, assisting and benefitting from the relationship.
4. That’s the gist of it…. However, there’s a bigger story in the non-pretending version.
5. Unfortunately, as admitted by Twitter File #8 Author Lee Fang, a writer for The intercept, “The searches were carried out by a Twitter attorney, so what I saw could be limited.”
There is no "could be" here. It was.
What follows below is what Twitter is hiding…
6. The release uses a carefully applied time filter only showing DoD, IC and DoS use of the platform (to assist foreign policy) starting in 2017.
This is intentional. The origin of the relationship between Twitter and Govt starts with Barack Obama.
7. The use of Twitter & Facebook as a tool to advance U.S. foreign policy began during the Obama admin. There are dozens of MSM press accounts of Obama & Hillary Clinton reaching out to Twit/FB for support during the ’10/’11 Arab Spring.
This is not controversial, it happened.
8. Let me be very, very clear. This release of information was filtered to avoid revealing that President Obama was the originator of this activity.
9. Barack Obama established the partnership between government & social media. Within this release, Twitter is protecting Barack Obama.
This release is so obvious in its intent to protect the Obama legacy, the nature of the DoS/DoD admissions within it become almost secondary.
10. The Obama administration first created the public-private partnership with Twitter and Facebook to support the “Arab Spring” uprising.
11. So why hide it?
Boy is that a loaded question.
The answer goes to the 2020 election, J6 and beyond. In many ways, the background story is the "atom split" for the nuclear level chaos all around us right now.
12. The U.S. government control over these social media platforms is ultimately what lies at the heart of the Twitter Files release.
But it goes much deeper… much more purposefully deeper.
13. The ideological interests behind the 2010/ ’11 “Arab Spring” uprising were the same ideological interests behind the 2020 “Black Lives Matter” protests/uprising.
Not merely similar people, but the exact same people.
14. The U.S. election stakeholders in Egypt 2010 were the exact same U.S. stakeholders in the 2020 U.S. election.
Not similar, identical.
15. The exact same group of U.S. people who were promoting the mid-east Arab Spring in 2010/’11 are the same people who promoted the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests.
16. The same politicians; the same media voices; the same newspapers; the same social media activists. Almost every participant, and their support for the uprising ’10 -vs- ’20 was identical, including the platforms deployed.
17. It is not an esoteric intellectual exercise to compare the two movements because we are not only talking about a similar level of protest, but we also saw an identical set of actions in both groups.
18. Not only were the advocates the same voices, but the behavior also to remove and destroy common cultural connection/heritage was the same.
19. The Brotherhood is essentially the political umbrella organization for a multitude of Islamic factions. In essence, the Muslim Brotherhood represents political Islam.
20. Similarly, if you look at the structure of Black Lives Matter, they too represent an umbrella-type structure for a network of individual political grievance groups.
Both groups represent a cultural revolution by the results of their activity.
21. In 2010 the Brotherhood had al-Qaeda and militant factions within ISIS. In 2020 BLM had the New Black Panthers and militant factions within Antifa.
22. In 2010 the Brotherhood tore down statues and symbols they identified as culturally oppressive to their political views. In 2020 BLM tore down statues and symbols they identified as oppressive to their political views.
23. In 2010 the Brotherhood burned books, destroyed history and removed their cultural opposition by force. In 2020 BLM promoted burning books, destroying history and cancelling their cultural opposition by force.
24. In 2010 the Brotherhood used social media to organize their political activity & Big Tech facilitated by setting up local networks for protest. In 2020 BLM used social media to organize their political media and Big Tech facilitated by deploying all local networks to assist.
25. In 2010 the Brotherhood attacked the police and framed their Islamist movement as oppressed by law enforcement. In 2020 BLM attacked the police and framed their movement as oppressed by law enforcement.
26. In 2010 the Brotherhood destroyed the notions of secularism, viciously attacked any form of Christianity, including burning churches. In 2020 BLM advocated against secularism and viciously attacked Christianity – including the burning of churches.
27(a). In 2010 the Brotherhood was very strategic as they hoodwinked moderate Islamic supporters into voting them power. Once in they removed all institutional systems, govt offices, judges, constitutional balances, local elections, anything that would impede their power.
27(b).Sharia Law replaced common legislative law. As a result, the ordinary population was brutalized, property was taken by force; businesses were taken by force and the Islamic regime now controlled every element of their lives.
28 (a).In 2020 the approach of the BLM movement appeared very strategic as they also hoodwinked a multitude of supporters, voters and even corporations, by defining their victim class and role. Donations to the BLM group funded Joe Biden.
28(b) Like the 2010 Brotherhood approach, in 2020 grievances were made personal. Bonds between families and friends are severed by force and demands to adhere to the movement’s ideology (vaccine/mask usefulness). Now look at the severity of what policies are being advanced.
29. In 2010, despite the visibility of radicals, candidate Mohammed Morsi ran on a platform for change as a moderate. He was supported by Obama, Clinton and the social media messaging deployed by the U.S. govt. Once he achieved victory Morsi governed as a hardline leftist.
30. In 2020, despite the visibility of radicals (BLM, Antifa), U.S. candidate Joe Biden ran on a platform for change as a moderate. He was supported by Obama, Clyburn and social media messaging deployed by U.S. govt. Once he achieved victory Biden governed as a hardline leftist.
31. These strategic and political similarities are not coincidental. It is also not coincidence the methods used were identical.
First, the govt & social media relationship was used in Egypt, a 2010 beta test of sorts, and eventually introduced to scale in the U.S in 2020.
32. As you can see from above, the use of social media had both an international and domestic value as considered by those in the Obama sphere who constructed the partnership with tech.
Twitter’s careful curation of the timeline was intended to hide this ‘Bigger Picture.’