Interview 1350 – Daniel McAdams on the State Department’s Troll Farm

by | Mar 8, 2018 | Interviews | 10 comments

Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Liberty Report and joins us today to discuss the State Department’s “Global Engagement Center,” an online troll farm dedicated to countering “foreign disinformation” on the web…with their own disinformation. We talk about the origins of the center and how it connects to the grander neocon-created #Russiagate disinfo campaign.

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  1. I wish if the US military and government wanted to commit suicide they would leave the rest of us out of it. Whether you like Russia or not its just damn stupid to actually push for war with her!

    • Worse than just stupid, criminally-genocidal stupid.

      The only way it makes sense is to those people promoting the apocalypse so Jesus will return quicker. Or someone who has a way of making a profit and escaping the planet.

  2. – Waking Up & Ron Paul –
    Similar to the 1960’s anti-war and civil rights movement, I attribute much of the 2006-2011 “waking up” movement to Ron Paul and his 2008 Presidential bid which put issues in the spotlight, (e.g. the Federal Reserve) and which united the masses towards common goals of liberty.

    Even though Ron Paul never publicly delved into 9/11 Truth, I well remember how 9/11 Truth slowly became accepted with the “Ron Paul supporters”.

    In 2008, I had a great phone conversation with one of Ron’s son-in-laws who was an engineer and member of

    • That was the main fly in the Ron Paul soup for me. Where can you stand once you see that a government story violates the laws of physics, not in a small degree, but orders of magnitude?

      • I don’t pretend to know the reason why Ron Paul did not address the 9/11 issue. At the time, I was disappointed in him.

        Now, in reflection, perhaps it was because he was focusing on main issues during the campaign which would unite people, not divide them.
        If he had made 9/11 one of his political planks, then there would had been a splintering/divisiveness with his supporters, and would had detracted from his foundational unifying message. I remember the era, because many of his supporters were adamantly sold on the official story.

        The MainStreamMedia censored how well he was doing during the campaign. The System did everything they could to suppress this true organic grassroots movement.

  3. The Corbett Report has some superb past episodes about the Neocons and the “new Neocons” and Russiagate.

    And again…I can’t help it…
    (2 minutes)
    Government Trolls in Action – Supervisor says: “Get outraged! Let’s go!”

  4. “…sometimes I imagine myself as a guy sitting in Germany in the early thirties and seeing all this mass insanity around me…” – Daniel McAdams

  5. Well said Ashley. Nothing like stumbling up on a well written comment that sums up how I feel. Thanks for the comfort and clarity. I myself find it hard to sort through the plethora of information out there to find truth with valid supporting details. James has been my go to for sometime now,thank God for this man.

  6. “Burnt Out”
    I hear ya on that one.

    In fact, recently I have been trying to add “more balance” to my routines. I have been taking a bit of a break from all the world’s insane confusions by focusing more on my sphere of influence towards bettering conditions.

    I am putting more focus on my efforts with the FLUORIDE issue, both nationally and locally (Dallas area). We are gaining some great inroads. We are on the cusp of a possible BIG WIN. Also, more and more folks are coming to an understanding of just how brutally toxic (cumulative) this stuff is.
    – National –
    – Local –

    Another thing… I have been focusing on some aesthetic art projects’ prep work.

    And Spring gardening work. I enjoy it and it impacts my neighborhood. This year my neighbors are starting to plant food items.
    Despite being in a rental duplex, I planted more trees. I now have a Pear, Apple, two Peach, a Plum, an Olive, a Pomegranate and god-knows-what growing. Blackberries, blueberries, peppers, tomatoes, many herbs, and more vegetables than I can list.
    I have a small plot. Part of the front yard I made into a vegetable garden.

    The smaller neighborhood kids like to play football or baseball using parts of my yard. I am fine with it. I ask ’em to watch out for my plants. But I’ve lost a few trees and plants during touchdowns.

    Just this past week, a half dozen mixed ethnic kids were begging and pleading with me to let them help me with the front garden as I moved rock borders, planted and watered. I am not exaggerating when I say “plead”. These kids were ‘fighting’ each other to be able to hold the hose or whatever. It was a beautiful scenario. It reinstated my hopes for the younger generation. Their enthusiasm for ‘work’ and eagerness to be able to contribute amazed me.

  7. Late to the discussion here, but I feel compelled to join john.o and Michael in appreciation of what you said ashley. It feels like you said exactly what has been running around in my head for a long time, and has remained at least partially unexpressed. I would have been very happy to have expressed it so eloquently as you have here. Thank you.

    It is a privilege to be among such intelligent truth seekers as yourselves. Felt the need to say that for me it was a matter of gradually taking back my own authority. First with honoring the curiosity of “wait a minute, what?” type of thoughts that appear, looking into them and discovering something different from the accepted narrative, and then increasing this process for any and every belief that I hold and can see.

    That type of processing continued until I saw that we were living and (previously) believing in a story that has been told to us by our parents, teachers, friends, the “news”, leaders. A complete imagination really – with a few “facts” thrown in here and there to keep it believable. It seems that there is some inherent human tendency “to follow” that has been as fully exploited as is possible.

    So to me it has been a fairly lengthy process of unhitching my wagon so to speak from anyone else. It’s my wagon. I’m responsible for steering it in the direction that I want to go. We’ve been taught and conditioned otherwise. Hitch your wagon here. Hitch it there. Hitch it anywhere, but whatever you do, don’t be your own authority for steering that wagon. Hitching it to anyone is a mistake I’d argue, James included. I know he agrees based on what he’s said.

    And yet, here we are. I’m not uniquely special or intelligent, so if I can do this, a whole lot of other people can as well. As James says: I’m optimistic. Even in the face of all this. Cheers.

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