NATO’s Creepy New Plan to Infiltrate Twitter and Facebook
NATO has announced that “countering false Russian narratives on social media” is a major priority.
On Sunday, NATO commander General Philip Breedlove said in an interview with the Associated Press that NATO must do more to “counter Russian propaganda online”:
NATO’s supreme commander says the West must do more to counter Russia by employing a rapid-reaction approach to internet communications that counteracts Russia’s “false narratives” spread on social media.
Gen. Philip Breedlove said Sunday that Vladimir Putin’s Russia has been waging information warfare as part of its actions against Ukraine.
Breedlove said: “We need as a western group of nations or as an alliance to engage in this informational warfare. The way to attack the false narrative is to drag the false narrative into the light and expose it.”
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