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United Kingdom Army Spied On Individuals Critical of Government Lockdown Policies, Says Whistleblower


What’s the term frequently used by Dr. Robert Malone to describe the type of warfare our governments have subjected us to during COVID-19?

‘Military grade fifth generation warfare,’ Malone calls it.

That’s essentially what the United Kingdom military orchestrated on British citizens who criticized the government’s COVID lockdown policies, a whistleblower revealed.

“As I keep saying, we have been subjected to military grade fifth gen warfare by our own governments,” Malone stated in response to a Daily Mail article exposing the UK’s ‘information warfare’ brigade.

The Daily Mail reported on Sunday that “military operatives were part of an operation that targeted politicians and high-profile journalists who raised doubts about the official pandemic response.”

Numerous COVID lockdown critics reportedly believed they were under surveillance.

The shadowy military operation to spy on dissenting voices was labeled a ‘conspiracy theory.’

However, it appears another ‘conspiracy theory’ has turned out to be true.

The secretive unit that reportedly carried out these operations was the Ministry of Defence’s 77th Brigade.

The Daily Mail explained:

Documents obtained by the civil liberties group Big Brother Watch, and shared exclusively with this newspaper, exposed the work of Government cells such as the Counter Disinformation Unit, based in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and the Rapid Response Unit in the Cabinet Office.

But the most secretive is the MoD’s 77th Brigade, which deploys ‘non-lethal engagement and legitimate non-military levers as a means to adapt behaviours of adversaries’.

According to a whistleblower who worked for the brigade during the lockdowns, the unit strayed far beyond its remit of targeting foreign powers.

They said that British citizens’ social media accounts were scrutinised – a sinister activity that the Ministry of Defence, in public, repeatedly denied doing.

Papers show the outfits were tasked with countering ‘disinformation’ and ‘harmful narratives… from purported experts’, with civil servants and artificial intelligence deployed to ‘scrape’ social media for keywords such as ‘ventilators’ that would have been of interest.

The information was then used to orchestrate Government responses to criticisms of policies such as the stay-at-home order, when police were given power to issue fines and break up gatherings.

It also allowed Ministers to push social media platforms to remove posts and promote Government-approved lines.

“Secretive government units & the British Army have been spying on the public, academics, journalists, human rights campaigners & MPs in the UK,” Big Brother Watch tweeted.

“Under the guise of combatting ‘misinformation.'”

Big Brother Watch reported these key findings:

  • Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, Conservative MPs David Davis and Chris Green, high profile academics from the University of Oxford and University College London, and journalists including Peter Hitchens and Julia Hartley-Brewer, all had comments critical of the government analysed by anti-misinformation units.
  • Targeted speech included public criticism of the government’s pandemic response – particularly lockdown modelling and vaccine passports – as well as journalists’ criticism of the withdrawal from Afghanistan and MPs’ criticism of NATO
  • Soldiers from the Army’s 77th Brigade, tasked with “non-lethal psychological warfare”, collected tweets from British citizens posting about Covid-19 and passed them to central government – despite claiming operations were directed strictly overseas

Watch the full interview with the whistleblower below:


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