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What does a disinformation artist do?

Apr 18, 2006 02:48 PM
by robert_b_macd

What does it mean then when a member of your own team behaves in this
way?  Certainly intent is important.  If you introduce x into Y
because you think it is true then that seems forgiveable.  But what
does it mean when you say that you believe x to be a lie and you
introduce it anyway?  What does that mean?  How does this clarify things?

It is not important to have everyone believe x, but if enough do then
you have, inadvertantly or not, sown the seeds of division among a
group.  It is not surprising that those interested in defending the
group want to stop this type of behavior regardless of why it is being
conducted. It is also understandable why those who do not identify
with the group find this behavior unproblematic.  As individualists
they will believe what they want.  I only hope that the individualists
can bite their tongue and allow those moved by duty to defend the


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