Category Archives: PsyOps

Public Health harassment methodology in a nutshell

Information gleaned about a person’s life and from their personal communications. Socially engineered pretexts are developed from the tidbits of information gleaned from electronic communications. The pretexts are used as a ruse to approach people not for legitimate investigative work … Continue reading

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Levels of harassment

Level I: Fishing expedition Public Health encourages educators and community organizations to survey the public for ‘hostile’ views. Identified targets are profiled to determine their range personal, financial and legal vulnerabilities including what is most likely to psychologically push their … Continue reading

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Mind games: Fear Conditioning and Gas-lighting

Fear Conditioning and Gas-lighting: a form of psychological abuse that uses experimental psychology methodologies such as Classical Conditioning, Fear Conditioning and Operant Conditioning. It involves a pairing audio or visual cues [the color red] to things meaningful to a target … Continue reading

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Inducing acute stress

Liberals are exploiting social justice community programs to target enemies with years of covert harassment in the work place and in the community. The process begins with labeling them ‘hostile’ and a threat to the community. (see the politics of … Continue reading

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Operant Conditioning – worksheet

First described by US Psychologist Edward Thorndyke, Operant Conditioning focuses on voluntary behaviors. It is used to incrementally shape behavior by providing positive consequences for desired behaviors and negative consequences for undesired behaviors. Effective punishment usually embodies the following qualities: it is consistent, immediate, … Continue reading

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Classical Conditioning – worksheet

First described by Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov. Classical Conditioning, focuses is on involuntary reflexes.  It is used to incrementally shape behavior by training you to respond to a stimulus (S1) by pairing the it to something significant to you (mimic), then pairing the (S1) with … Continue reading

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psych references

Conditioning brainwash: to indoctrinate so intensively and thoroughly as to effect a radical transformation of beliefs and mental attitudes Classical conditioning – definition: In behavior conditioning, “A form of […]  learning that was first demonstrated by Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov (1927). In … Continue reading

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Street Theater – sample scripts

The following are real pretexts that have been selected to represent the range will hopefully be useful in helping people spot these activities and in their organizations. Pretexters love novel places because one of the goals is to take away a person’s locus … Continue reading

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