Jan 26, 2016, by Dan G., J.D.
CYBER ATTACKS AGAINST BX PROTOCOL
Providing life altering health solutions in the face of disinformation supported by private interest groups is a daunting task.
Understanding the methods used in disinformation attack and defense is enlightening.
The studies of “suppression of dissent” by (Delborne, 2008; Martin, 1999; Martin et al., 1986; Moran, 1998), provide us an effective framework. It’s clear that the BX Protocol is a direct challenge to orthodoxy. Operatives employed by private interest groups often deploy a variety of methods designed to silence and discredit dissidents. Recent actions, which are the subject of this correspondence, fit nicely into a modified definition of cyber terrorism or cyber mobbing that are meant to suppress dissent. Delta and the BX Protocol has been the subject of such attacks for several years.
So what is the motivation behind “Collective disinformation”, “Cyber bullying”, and the like?
It’s simple: the BX Protocol is dissident. It’s a threat to the establishment. The same campaigners on the internet that are paid to manage campaigns against the BX, are also heavily involved in attempting to silence any public questioning of the “official positions” of government policies in general.
A statement from one of the disinformation operatives provides an illustrative example:
“We are relentless workers. It is our primary objective to put Delta and the BX out of business. We want to make the world a better place. We eat, drink, and sleep this stuff and we will bring the BX Protocol to its knees.”
Making legitimate complaints to governmental agencies is fine. But completely fabricating information and invoking extreme actions against innocent people is criminal.
Most of the fictitious information promoted by the Leiden team includes:
1. BX Protocol is an internet scam.
2. Deltas founders, affiliates, members, and associates are all part of an elaborate fraud.
The overall intention of the Leiden team has been to discredit, disrupt and discourage public support for the BX Protocol.
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