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Q 2171How do you demonstrate 'reasonable cause' to regulate and/or break up BIG TECH? What is the common theme/tactic of the LEFT? Define 'Fascism'. Forcible suppression of opposition? Define 'Censorship'. The institution, system, or practice of censoring? Define 'Narrative'.

“Project AGILE was an DARPA project in the 1960s that investigated means for engaging in remote, limited warfare of an asymmetric type. The research was intended for use in providing U.S. support to countries engaged in fighting Communist insurgents, particularly in Vietnam and Thailand. Project AGILE was directed by the United States Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration, or DARPA, and ran from mid-1961 through 1974, when it was canceled. The project was charged with developing methods to use in the looming Vietnam War, and also provided information for use by Thailand in counterinsurgency action against Communist rebels.”

Most of this report may be found under the Freedom of Information Act:

The Military Research and Development Center, Thailand is a Joint Thai-U.S. organization established to undertake research, development, test and evaluation activities in support of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, with special emphasis on strengthening Thai counterinsurgency capabilities.

MRDC is established within the Thai Ministry of Defense Supreme Command Headquarters under the leadership of Major General Singchai Menasuta, Director, and Mr. Thomas W. Brundage, Deputy Director. It is stalled jointly, and its work is conducted jointly, by officers of the Royal Thai Armed Forces and officers and civilians assigned from the U.S. Department of Defense. Representation from the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense has also been provided. Scientific, technical and military operations experience are represented on the staff. The U.S. component of the MRDC, called the Research and Development Field Unit and requisite financial and materiel support, are provided through the Advanced Research Projects Agency. Office of the Secretary of Defense as part of DARPA’s program of research in Remote Area Conflict which leads us to Project AGILE. [1a] [1b]

Project AGILE Reports was a research operation supported by the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the Department of Defense and was monitored by DARPA/AGILE under Contract No. SD-171. One of the most provoking problems of remote area conflict is the detection and identification of enemy personnel. This problem is exemplified by the present conflict in the Republic of’ Vietnam, where the opposing forces are usually not distinguishable by any characteristic ethnic or racial features, identifying clothing or uniforms, language, or other appearances or actions. Obviously, the inability to identity the opposition makes almost impossible the task of controlling or countering this foe. One approach to resolving this problem lies in the development of methods for marking or labeling the enemy so that friendly forces can be distinguished from the foe. Such a concept was evolved and placed into laboratory investigation in the early 1960’s. The concept hinges around the use of a marking chemical or other material having a characteristic physical property, such as odor; which can be detected by trained dogs but will be unnoticed by human beings. [1c]

Q 2060"At least seven senior Facebook executives have announced their departures this year." Nothing to See Here. [DARPA] Q

In the 1960s, America was a global power overseeing an increasingly volatile world: conflicts and regional insurgencies against US-allied governments from South America to Southeast Asia and the Middle East. These were not traditional wars that involved big armies but guerilla campaigns and local rebellions, frequently fought in regions where Americans had little previous experience. Who were these people? Why were they rebelling? What could be done to stop them? In military circles, it was believed that these questions were of vital importance to America’s pacification efforts, and some argued that the only effective way to answer them was to develop and leverage computer-aided information technology.

The Internet came out of this effort: an attempt to build computer systems that could collect and share intelligence, watch the world in real time, and study and analyze people and political movements with the ultimate goal of predicting and preventing social upheaval. [2a]

Operation Ranch Hand got going in 1962 and lasted until the war ended more than a decade later. In that time, American C-123 transport planes doused an area equal in size to half of South Vietnam with twenty million gallons of toxic chemical defoliants. Agent Orange was fortified with other colors of the rainbow: Agent White, Agent Pink, Agent Purple, Agent Blue. The chemicals, produced by American companies like Dow and Monsanto, turned whole swaths of lush jungle into barren moonscapes, causing death and horrible suffering for hundreds of thousands.

Operation Ranch Hand was merciless, and in clear violation of the Geneva Conventions. It remains one of the most shameful episodes of the Vietnam War. Yet the defoliation project is notable for more than just its unimaginable cruelty. The government body at its lead was the same group DARPA the Department of Defense outfit called the Advanced Research Projects Agency who is behind the creation of Facebook. Born in 1958 as a cash program to protect the United States from a Soviet nuclear threat from space, it launched several groundbreaking initiatives tasked with developing advanced weapons and military technologies. Among them were project Agile and Command and Control Research, two overlapping ARPA initiatives that created the Internet. [2b] So, there you have it. The sinister forces who are responsible for the most shameful episodes of the Vietnam War, and for poisoning the food we eat, are the behind the very same forces who are now monitoring our every move.

Q1337 Facebook is listening to you 24/7/365. Literally. [F9 algorithm]

Are they recording/safe-housing? Metadata collection? Building 8. DARPA.

[CHINA-CHINA-CHINA] Q

1a. http://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/project-agile/#

22 July, 2015 / in History, Military / Defense, Vietnam Era, Wartime

The Military Research and Development Center [243 Pages, 44MB ]

1b. http://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/project-agile/#

22 July, 2015 / in History, Military / Defense, Vietnam Era, Wartime

Project AGILE, Quarterly rept., 1 Oct-31 Dec 1962, 15 January 1963 [ 157 Pages, 44MB ]

1c. http://www.theblackvault.com/documentarchive/project-agile/#

22 July, 2015 / in History, Military / Defense, Vietnam Era, Wartime

The Use of a Marking Agent for Identification by Dogs, 11 March 1966 [ 119 Pages, 3.1MB ]

2a. http://spitfirelist.com/news/agent-orange-and-the-internet-the-spawn-of-project-agile/

Surveillance Valley by Yasha Levine; Public Affairs Books [HC]; Copyright 2018 by Yasha Levine; ISBN 978-1-61039-802-2; p. 7.

2b. http://spitfirelist.com/news/agent-orange-and-the-internet-the-spawn-of-project-agile/

Surveillance Valley by Yasha Levine; Public Affairs Books [HC]; Copyright 2018 by Yasha Levine; ISBN 978-1-61039-802-2; p. 15.

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