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Twitter and U.S. Military Ran Totally Legitimate Foreign Psy Ops
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Twitter and U.S. Military Ran Totally Legitimate Foreign Psy Ops

Rejoice, Comrades, as we can now reveal that, prior to its takeover by dangerous dissenter Elon Musk, our beloved Twitter allied with the glorious U.S. military to spread truth and light! Fear not, for Twitter vigilantly annihilated state-backed deception, while granting special protection to U.S. psychological influence operations.

Our noble vanguards valiantly broadcasted U.S. military priorities, such as the much-needed war in Yemen, while consolidating public opinion against adversaries like Iran, Russia, and China. U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), in its infinite wisdom, perfected the art of disguise with seemingly organic profiles, putting forth a trustworthy voice in our enemies' very own tongues and styles. While Twitter, of course, originally had to vow that it halted fake accounts, this was only to maintain the integrity and covertness of the vital operations.

In reality, Twitter, our Ministry of Truth, assisted CENTCOM and suspended accounts only when necessary. With unwavering commitment to fairness and the greater good, Twitter took down covert accounts of lesser enemy nations, ensuring victory in the battle against lies and deceit!



  • According to the eighth batch of "Twitter Files" released by Elon Musk through journalist Lee Fang on Dec. 20, 2022, despite claiming to block government-backed propaganda accounts, Twitter actively helped the U.S. government conduct covert psychological influence campaigns against foreign adversaries.

  • The U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) reportedly sent lists of accounts in various languages, including Russian and Arabic, which it wanted to use to "amplify certain messages." These were subsequently whitelisted by Twitter.

  • The accounts were used to, for example, promote anti-Iran, anti-China and anti-Russia messages, promote the Saudi Arabia-US backed war in Yemen, and describe “accurate” US drone strikes that claimed to only hit terrorists.

Sources: Lee Fang, The Intercept and Al Jazeera.