A brave whistleblower stepped forward recently that the UK military was spying on its own citizens during the COVID pandemic.
The shadowy “information warfare” Army unit secretly spied on British citizens who criticized the lockdown rules. The unit even compiled dossiers on figures like ex-Minister David Davis, who questioned the modelling behind alarming and inaccurate death toll predictions.
It makes you wonder how long this has been going on. Or did it just start with the pandemic?
NEW – UK's 77th Army Brigade secretly spied on British citizens who criticized the Government's Covid lockdown policies.
The "information warfare" brigade was part of a sinister operation that also targeted politicians and high-profile journalists.https://t.co/WuvEsk1Wie
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The Daily Mail reported:
A shadowy Army unit secretly spied on British citizens who criticised the Government’s Covid lockdown policies, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
Military operatives in the UK’s ‘information warfare’ brigade were part of a sinister operation that targeted politicians and high-profile journalists who raised doubts about the official pandemic response.
They compiled dossiers on public figures such as ex-Minister David Davis, who questioned the modelling behind alarming death toll predictions, as well as journalists such as Peter Hitchens and Toby Young. Their dissenting views were then reported back to No 10.
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.