How the Chinese government fabricates social media posts for strategic distraction


#6

Did China learn from the donald, or was it the other way around?


#7

we could use that technique here in the us with something like 9-11


#8

So assuming that China fabricated this story too, what is it distracting us from?


#9

something sneaky.


#10

Eh, Faux News has been doing that for years.


#11

I was funnier in the other thread.


#12

Every time I see a picture of an eagle crying or an unnaturally colored eagle (you know red white and blue). I sort of assume they’re not a real person much in the same way.


#13

Yeah. Like right in the middle of the workday, in… Manchuria.


#14

松鼠


#15

what is with the shitty screen grab of an office Org chart with?


#16

How the American government fabricates social media posts for strategic distraction:


#17

They must have seen this video. . . :wink:


#18

So assuming that China fabricated this story too, what is it distracting us from?

Strange, awkward, 'Murican shitposting?


#19

…and there we have it.


#20

Some of you might find this video interesting from the 80’s given by a Russian Propagandist.


#21

Oh that would never happen here! Who would ever be so foolish as to question the official story?


#22

Our government would never do anything like that, it would be un-American,


#23

Welcome to the BoingBoing BBS!


#24

“strategic distraction”:

“When Trump paid $25 million to settle a class action lawsuit for fraud over his now defunct Trump University, he simply sent a tweet condemning the cast of a Broadway musical for publicly embarrassing his vice president-elect Mike Pence. The incredible fact that the President-elect was sued for fraud has quietly sunk into the murky depths.”

“While new details emerge about Russia and his ties with the Kremlin, Trump is tweeting about the Apprentice, Meryl Streep and Arnold Schwarzenegger.”


#25

Typical. More slander and fear mongering by despairing westerners who are jealous of China’s growth and prosperity.

(That’s “50c” as in 50 cents per post, right?)