Thursday, May 23, 2013

Information Operations, Part One: Psychological Operations

 I have been reading quite a few blogs and independent news media daily since about 2008
and wondering why it is so hard to find people who think similar to the way I do. There are some damn good ones out there like Sultan Knish and John Mosby but I finally found one that is a must read for anyone trying to get their mind around what is happening in America. Go visit Sam over
at GuerrillaAmerica and see what I mean. Just good sound well-reasoned advice without all the
"Lets hoist a banner and shot some pigs and make a you tube video about it."

"Before we get into today’s post, I just wanted to let everyone know that a few friends and I are starting up Militia Magazine, a monthly digital publication focused on the militia.  If you’re a Facebook user, would you mind heading over and liking our new page?  Thank y’all!
Information Operations (IO) is a critical part of a resistance movement; and included within the IO family of effects are what I consider to be three of the most important to a resistance: Psychological Operations (PSYOP), Military Deception (MILDEC), and Operations Security (OPSEC).  As long as you’re standing up an Analysis and Control Element (ACE), I would highly encourage you to, in addition to mastering the core functions of the ACE, learn about and implement, along with your command, these IO capabilities.  This is a brief foundational overview of PYSOP."

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