back to article Bored bloke takes control of British Army 'psyops' unit's Twitter

A crafty joker seized control of the British Army's "influence and outreach" Twitter account – and labelled the military unit "fun sponges" when they tried to get it back. 77 Brigade is the Army's social media influence unit. Rather than posting branded Instagram selfies and the like, they carry out information operations and …

  1. David Knapman

    I love how they've now removed all ways of "following" them from the "Follow us" block but left the block itself behind.

    And apparently aren't aware of the wayback machine.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20190213123424/https://www.army.mod.uk/who-we-are/formations-divisions-brigades/force-troops-command/77-brigade/

    1. Martijn Otto

      "We have always been at war with Eastasia"

      The wayback machine is lying. The army has no twitter account and has never had a twitter account.

      1. Mycho Silver badge

        Re: "We have always been at war with Eastasia"

        The question is not whether the world is six thousand years old, the question is who put those dinosaur bones there for you to find.

        1. Mark #255

          Re: "We have always been at war with Eastasia"

          As anyone who's read Good Omens knows, that was just the almighty messing about with the Pleistocene.

        2. LDS Silver badge

          "the question is who put those dinosaur bones there for you to find."

          You know, it was Slartibartfast & C.

        3. Symon Silver badge
          Big Brother

          Re: "We have always been at war with Eastasia"

          Fossils were put there by God to test us. Like Richard Dawkins. And facts.

          1. horse of a different color

            Re: "We have always been at war with Eastasia"

            Hasn't Terry Christian let himself go?

          2. Kane Silver badge
            Joke

            Re: "Fossils were put there by God to test us. Like Richard Dawkins. And facts."

            Enter stage right, the late, great Bill Hicks! Everyone, give him a round of applause!

            ...But I actually asked this guy, ‘OK, dinosaur fossils-- how does that fit into your scheme of life? What's the deal?

            He goes: ‘God put those here to test our faith.’

            'I think God put you here to test my faith, dude. I think I've figured this out.

            Does that-- That's what this guy said. Does that bother anyone here? The idea that God might be fucking with our heads? Anyone have trouble sleeping restfully with that thought in their head? God's running around burying fossils: ‘Ho ho! We'll see who believes in me now, ha ha! I'm a prankster God. I am killing me, ho ho ho!’ You know?

            You die, you go to St. Peter:

            Did you believe in dinosaurs?’

            ‘Well, yeah. There were fossils everywhere. (trapdoor opens) Aaaaarhhh!’

            ‘You fuckin' idiot! Flying lizards? You're a moron. God was fuckin' with you!’

            ‘It seemed so plausible, aaaaaahh!’

            ‘Enjoy the lake of fire, fucker!

          3. Toni the terrible

            Re: "We have always been at war with Eastasia"

            Richard Dawkins is really really testing

        4. Benchops

          Re: "We have always been at war with Eastasia"

          > who put those dinosaur bones there for you to find?

          "End nuclear testing now!"

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      If the 77th brigade are what they say they are, surely...

      They'd be controlling the conversation and steering this thread.

      (Just a thought, from outside the box, so to speak).

      1. Voyna i Mor Silver badge

        Re: If the 77th brigade are what they say they are, surely...

        No, it's already under the control of the Bavarian Illuminati.

        Who don't exist, by the way.

        Hey - 11 MPs and counting, good job well executed Agent 54!

        1. Muscleguy Silver badge

          Re: If the 77th brigade are what they say they are, surely...

          The illuminati are really just those in Italy* who took part in what we call the Enlightenment but in Italian was the Illumionosso, hence Illuminati. Enter the dead oppressive hand of the Medieval thinking Church and of course they went a bit incognito.

          From there we have this silly conspiracy theory. According to some as a published research scientist I'm one but I'm not allowed to tell you about meetings or I'd have to kill you, or something like that. We would occasionally have a good laugh about it in the lab. Our robes and cowls seem to be permanently in the wash so all; we have is lab coats and scrubs for the animal house.

          But then many lab coat sleeves are far too voluminous and in constant danger of sweeping stuff off the bench. I expect robes and cowls are even less H&S compliant. BTW the H&S jobsworths would insist we wear labcoats even when as qualified, experienced research scientists we knew there was no need (ie we did not need protecting and what we were working on didn't need protecting). There is even a defined step in one procedure where you take your gloves OFF to do the washes. RNAses literally drip from our fingertips and this replaces adding RNAse to reduce background. But try telling that to H&S jobsworths who think buffer is dangerous (it would be fine to drink it, like oral rehydration fluid).

        2. imanidiot Silver badge

          Re: If the 77th brigade are what they say they are, surely...

          No, it's already under the control of the Bavarian Illuminati.

          Based in Bielefeld I'm guessing?

          Background information for those that don't get the joke

      2. I&I

        Re: If the 77th brigade are what they say they are, surely...

        One Night in Bangkok

    3. Arthur the cat Silver badge

      And apparently aren't aware of the wayback machine.

      I liked this image from that page. Anyone feel like a quick chorus of He's Got the Whole World In His Hands?

      1. Rich 11 Silver badge

        Jesus Haploid Christ, no!

        I still have PTSD from being forced to sing that when I was six years old. Fucking brainwashers.

      2. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        "Anyone feel like a quick chorus of He's Got the Whole World In His Hands?"

        The verses "you and me brother" and "you and me sister" would need updating to include at least their god's non-binary creations.

    4. caffeine addict Silver badge

      More importantly, Wayback also has their twitter account as it was before it was hijacked...

      https://web.archive.org/web/20170610074853/https://twitter.com/77th_Brigade

  2. Locky Silver badge

    PsyOps taken over

    Judge Anderson will not be pleased

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: PsyOps taken over

      Anyone for a night at the opera?

    2. ArrZarr Silver badge
      Coat

      Re: PsyOps taken over

      The boredbloke missed a trick not claiming they were a cavalry brigade and saying that they'd rather be called PsyClops.

      1. ricardian

        Re: PsyOps taken over

        In the RAF and in non-cavalry army units the cavalry were referred to as "donkey wallopers"

        1. Secta_Protecta

          Re: PsyOps taken over

          I was posted with them a couple of times as a tank mechanic and took great delight in calling them "tankies"

          This prompted them to indignantly scream "No we're cavalry!"

          To which I would reply "Well then where are your horses?" Apart from the ones in the polo stables of course...

          Worked every time :)

  3. Augie

    I wish I was surprised at this, but I'm not..

    Brought to you by the same military that pissed 4 Billion up the wall with the nimrod debacle..

    1. macjules Silver badge

      Wow. We can have 450 soldiers running our social media warfare department, but we can only afford 156 tanks for the entire British army.

      Make you weep.

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Which is funny because we need neither

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      "pissed 4 Billion up the wall with the nimrod debacle"

      Black Concordes armed with nukes don't buy themselves mate.

      1. caffeine addict Silver badge

        I'd actually be up for increasing their funding if they were going to buy some black Concordes with nukes. Although they'd have to use some kind of thermochromatic paint that went white when it got hot...

        1. CrazyOldCatMan Silver badge

          buy some black Concordes with nukes

          Why use nukes when you can use properly-appointed summoning circles?

          Read the latest Laundry Files book for details..

      2. Toni the terrible
        Devil

        Squadron 666, and watch out for The Mandate

      3. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        surely there is a requirement

        .. for upgraded genetically modified engineered mounts, with at least 3 of the following traits

        -Endurance in excess of 6 hours at 30 mph over rough terrain (when ridden with standard issue saddle, rider and kit)

        -Endurance in excess of 30 minutes at 50 mph on metaled road surfaces (when ridden with standard issue saddle, rider and kit)

        -Ability to see in the dark

        -Ability to recognize and obey a controlled vocabulary of at least 20 distinct commands

        -Invisible

        -Bulletproof

        -Carnivorous

        -Flight (when ridden with standard issue saddle, rider and kit)

        1. John Brown (no body) Silver badge

          Re: surely there is a requirement

          Are you asking for genetically modified frikken sharks with lasers, legs and wings?

    3. not.known@this.address Bronze badge

      Nimrod?

      Revisionist history there old chum; the RAF were asked what they wanted, the MoD wrote (and rewrote, and rewrote, and rewrote...) the specification and MessyBeast ordered trebles all round. End result - no airbourne early warning aircraft for the RAF, no work for the wire-pullers and wrench-benders but plenty of G&Ts for the boss and Attaboys for the suited slime in Whitewash... sorry Whitehall.

      Biggles would be so proud.

      1. Salestard

        Re: Nimrod?

        That wasn't really the problem though, was it?

        The problem was that somewhere, some daft twunt (or committee of twunts) decided and decreed that the new AWACS should be shoehorned into shagged out old handbuilt/non-standardised airframes based on a non-standardised airliner airframe. Effectively building the damn things from scratch, using a firm that makes printer ink look like value for money.

        It was only ever going to end up a massive money sink... to sit in the pantheon of massive money sink cock-ups cooked up by the Triumvirate of Success that is the MoD-Treasury-Defence Contractor. Although even Nimrod 'upgrade' isn't going to trouble to undisputed champion of cockups that was the Chieftain Multi-Fuel engine.

        The British... war on a budget, peace on a shoestring.

        1. Anonymous Coward
          Anonymous Coward

          Re: Nimrod?

          You remind me of deciding to turn down a job on the Multi-Fuel engine and subsequently not regretting it.

          Proof that "we've had enough of experts" long antedated Michael Gove.

      2. Augie

        Re: Nimrod?

        Well no the AWACS version, the MR4..

        I know the history of this clusterf^&k too well sadly.. wings that dont fit etc..

    4. Peter2 Silver badge

      Brought to you by the same military that pissed 4 Billion up the wall with the nimrod debacle..

      To be fair, the Nimrod was in comparison to any of it's competitors (including the P8, which we are going to replace it with) a spectacular aircraft in terms of performance so it was quite reasonable for the RAF to want to keep it with a few improvements, especially if the quote was competitive for doing so. BAE screwed up the project massively, not the RAF.

      The problem BAE had was basically modern assumptions and working practices versus the assumptions and working practices of the 1960's.

      Modern working practices are that design is done in CAD, and the parts are produced with computer driven equipment to ensure that every two parts are completely, perfectly identical with literally inhuman precision. In the 1960's when the Nimrod was made somebody actually hand made these parts on a Lathe to a paper plan with a human degree of precision.

      Back in the 1960's, If a part was a tiny faction of an inch off when it came to fit it then the designers working with a slide rule and a pencil knew that'd happen when they designed it, the fitters knew it'd happen sometimes when they fitted the part, and the fitter reached for a file and filed it down so it'd fit (or it went back on a lathe to trim a thousandths of an inch off) and nobody thought anything of it because it was accepted practice with a small scale production run and fixing little issues like that was part of the job.

      In the modern day and age, when the chap tries to slot the parts together and they don't fit everybody involved has a meltdown. The issue gets passed to the line manager, who immediately halts work and passes the issue up to his manager, and so on until it hits the project manager. A cloud of recriminations then drops downwards. Eventually somebody suggests filing a bit off to fit, to somebody sucking air in through their teeth and wondering about the design risk of doing so. A full engineering and risk management review is then conducted, which comes to the conclusion that as long as the two parts meet correctly then it''s as much of an issue as it has been since the aircraft entered service in 1970.

      The part is duly filed to fit, and things proceed for another twenty minutes until the next time that 21st century manufacturing practices meet 19th century craftsmanship practices that persisted into the middle of the 20th century.

      Rinse and repeat until a handful of the aircraft have been delivered, but the project has overrun for a decade. What somebody ought to have done was come to the conclusion early on that you couldn't interface the new computer built parts with the handmade parts and just built the entire thing from new parts.

      This isin't a new issue even in the 20th century, look at the production of the Bofors gun. The Sweedes handbuilt 18 of them for what they wanted, built another 10 for export before then getting orders for a few hundred. These were built with instructions labelled "file this part to fit" before British and the later American mass production started on a larger scale with improved drawings (building a few thousand) and then epic scale when the Americans built an entire industry (~2000 subcontracters) around knocking them out in the tens of thousands with a high degree of precision.

  4. Ian Emery Silver badge
    Black Helicopters

    You all missed including the black helicopter

    So here it is.

    1. Arthur the cat Silver badge

      Re: You all missed including the black helicopter

      Black helicopters are for paranoia. This deserves a clown's nose icon. [Hint to El Reg.]

    2. Trilkhai

      Re: You all missed including the black helicopter

      I know it's supposed to be a black helicopter, but my first thought whenever I see it is, "caution, bug splattered on windshield!"

      1. Dave559 Bronze badge

        Re: You all missed including the black helicopter

        Half the time I seem to see it as a sign warning of xenomorph facehuggers, before remembering that it’s supposed to be a helicopter!

  5. Jason Bloomberg Silver badge
    Joke

    The Best of British

    Is "boredbloke" British?

    Probably not for long. The Home Office will declare him a Viking, Norman or Roman based on bloodline and deport him.

    1. dak

      Re: The Best of British

      The original Normans were all Vikings.

      And Roman is almost an anagram of Norman - spooky, eh?

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: The Best of British

        Norma would be proud...

    2. Cliff Thorburn

      Re: The Best of British

      Probably tracing the bloodline back to Roswell ...

    3. CrazyOldCatMan Silver badge

      Re: The Best of British

      Home Office will declare him a Viking, Norman or Roman based on bloodline

      Or, even worse, Celtic..

      Can't trust those Celts y'know. Sneaky types in blue woad don'tchaknow.

      1. Arthur the cat Silver badge

        Re: The Best of British

        Can't trust those Celts y'know. Sneaky types in blue woad don'tchaknow.

        I think you Pict the wrong tribe for wearing woad.

    4. I&I

      Re: The Best of British

      Are they a bloke?

      1. macjules Silver badge
        Coat

        Re: The Best of British

        If it’s woad then it must be Jonathan Ross.

  6. Killfalcon Silver badge

    Norman? That's basically French.

    Can't have them snooping around the military, which for most of British history was "those guys we pay to fight France (and assorted others but mostly France)".

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    2. Pen-y-gors Silver badge

      Norman? That's basically French.

      Mais non, mon ami.

      Normandy was invaded and settled by Vikings (the NORthMEN) - hence the succession arguments over the English throne between the Norwegians and the Normans. Yes, there was some French blood there, I'm sure, but really the Normans were about as French as the folc of North-folk are basically Welsh (in other words, quite a bit!)

      From the fury of the Northmen deliver us, O Lord

      Or, to put it another way,

      From the driving skills of the Frenchmen deliver us, O Lord

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        "Yes, there was some French blood there"

        Yes, it looks they went there without women, so they got the local ones once settled - which is also an explanation why they soon started to speak French instead of some Nordic language - as children spend more time with their mothers....

        1. Rich 11 Silver badge

          Re: "Yes, there was some French blood there"

          as children spend more time with their mothers

          Especially once their dads started trading with the Bretons for cider.

          1. bpfh Bronze badge

            Re: "Yes, there was some French blood there"

            And that explains the driving on the south side of La Manche !

      2. Citizen99

        If Harold hadn't had to deal with two invasions at once (Norwegians up t'North) the result at Hastings might have been different.

      3. raygdunn

        I only discovered the Viking lineage on Danny Dyer's Ancestry program.

        Something feels basically wrong about finding out that way...

        Viking lineage certainly explains a lot about the bellicose nature of the Normans and the weak link to the French king.

        1. Anonymous Coward
          Anonymous Coward

          "I only discovered the Viking lineage on Danny Dyer's Ancestry program."

          IIRC another program about distribution of ancestry in the UK never explained how/if they distinguished their assignment of Viking or Norman genetic inheritance to people in different parts of the country.

          After about 200 years any population has a thoroughly mixed gene pool. The biblical prophecy "of David's line" apparently could have been applied to anyone in that later local population.

          My own patriarchal Norman and matriarchal Viking family names were concentrated in certain areas of England until the 20th century. My relatively uncommon UK blood group is "East of the Caucasus".

      4. JohnG Silver badge

        "Normandy was invaded and settled by Vikings"

        Technically, the Normans were gifted Normandy. In 911, in the Treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte between King Charles III of West Francia and Rollo (the Viking leader). It was basically, stop doing all these raids, become Christian and offer military assistance to me and you can have this chunk of land and my daughter.

  7. Arthur the cat Silver badge

    Should change its name

    to 99 Brigade, as it's obviously a bit flakey.

    1. thegreatrandolph

      Re: Should change its name

      Or maybe F Troop

    2. msknight Silver badge

      Re: Should change its name

      *starts wondering if there's a 69th Brigade, but thinks twice about looking it up from a government computer*

      1. bombastic bob Silver badge
        Trollface

        Re: Should change its name

        86th brigade would've been funnier

        (sorry about that, chief)

        well if they find the guy and arrest him, at least he had some fun, as opposed to some poor schlub that reported a bug through proper channels and got nailed for hacking them...

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  8. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    No Shit, Sherlock ..... It's the Gift that keeps on Giving*

    "I tried to tell them. Have you ever tried to contact the Army, Navy or RAF? Emails go unanswered and phoning them, whilst easy, is a nightmare of finding the right person, especially when trying to remain anonymous," he told us. "'Bug bounty', you say? Do not have one for this type of attack. Whistle-blowing was an option, but you need to tell them who you are and that has really bad karma. There are numerous examples of grey-hats telling organisations about gaps in the fence but then immediately ending up in the cross hairs."

    'Tis nothing unusual, and therefore a much bigger threat/treat/vulnerability for exploiting and expanding, because similar Groundhog Days are experienced by beings elsewhere with some of them being much more problematical ..... for they be both practically invisible and virtually untouchable and vice versa.

    :-) Such though provides for relative safety and protective security by virtue of advanced stealth with anonymous assets/SMARTR Clean Skin Agents.

    * Defending the indefensible and protecting the desirously wicked and/or sub human.

    The 77th Brigade are well warned to be very aware and most wary of Internetworking Universal Virtual Forces and to only engage with them if one really knows what is going on all around everything and how to Command and Control it with Sp00ky IT and Special IntelAIgent Services ....... for is that not wherefor that is where IT and AI are at nowadays ? .

    1. Locky Silver badge

      Re: No Shit, Sherlock ..... It's the Gift that keeps on Giving*

      wary of Internetworking Universal Virtual Vulture Forces

      FTFY

      1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

        Re: No Shit, Sherlock ..... It's the Gift that keeps on Giving*

        wary of Internetworking Universal Virtual Vulture Forces .... Locky

        Those too, Locky. With AIMODified DODGI Troupers r Us of the InterNetional Brigade Wheeling and Dealing with and for Brigands in and on Winning Rolls in Novel Roles.

        A Veritable and Venerable Status Quo Nightmare for Failed Elements to Try to Contain and Extinguish Unsuccessfully.

    2. ArrZarr Silver badge

      Re: No Shit, Sherlock ..... It's the Gift that keeps on Giving*

      Your English is getting better. I got to the second paragraph before thinking this sounded like one of your posts.

      Keep this up and I may get to the end of one of your posts!

  9. Pen-y-gors Silver badge

    So...

    Do we get details of HOW he took over the account?

    Password = 1234? password? deathtoforeigners?

    1. Rich 11 Silver badge

      Re: So...

      Password = donttellhimpike

      1. bombastic bob Silver badge
        Coat

        Re: So...

        or password = semprini

      2. Citizen99
        Pint

        Re: So...

        Must use that one; have a beer Sir.

  10. Korev Silver badge
    Coat

    Cybersecurity

    So were there regimented password / 2FA rules?

    1. Yet Another Anonymous coward Silver badge

      Re: Cybersecurity

      "'Security isn't a dirty word, Blackadder. 'Crevice' is a dirty word ..."

  11. ShortLegs

    Inaccuracy in the article

    A brigade does not "usually" consist of 650+/- soldiers, that is an Infantry Battalion, or support-arms Regiment.

    A Brigade is a composite formation, either Infantry or Armour in focus, complete with support arms such as RE, Sigs, REME, etc, and number between 3,500 - 5000. We don't have many of these, as ever since the early 90's the MoD has cut and chopped them beyond recognition.

  12. ElReg!comments!Pierre Silver badge

    GCHQ Spokeperson :

    "The levels of sophistication involved in this attack indicate the involvement of a foreign State Actor. Russian and Chinese governments in particular are known to have a knowledge of the existence of Twitter. While the attack was promptly foiled by our elite cyber units, it is important to note that most major industries in the UK use Twitter. In order to prevent a massive disruption of the British economy by foreign hostile actors, it is crucial to keep us very well funded."

    1. Yet Another Anonymous coward Silver badge

      Re: GCHQ Spokeperson :

      And invest billions in launching Britain's own twitter post-Brexit

  13. Rudolph Hucker the Third

    I didn't get where I am today without being stuck in traffic jams outside their front gate (in a secret location near the Travelodge Newbury Chieveley M4) when the M4 or A34 is gridlocked.

    https://www.army.mod.uk/who-we-are/formations-divisions-brigades/force-troops-command/77-brigade/apply-to-join-us/

    If you would like to apply to join us please get in touch by email. For general media enquiries should be directed to the MOD’s 24-hour Press Office number 0207 218 7907. Please get in touch and we can discuss your options further.

    EMAIL: 77x-Recruiting-GpMailbox@mod.gov.uk

    ADDRESS: Denison Barracks, Hermitage, RG18 9TP

    I must remember to go along to the next Hermitage Parish Council meeting and ask them to update the village website.

    http://hermitagevillage.apps-1and1.net/about-hermitage/organisations

    All bought to you courtesy of that oxymoron known as Military Intelligence.

    1. Dave559 Bronze badge

      020

      “0207”? Really? «sigh»

      It’s only 19 years since London switched to 8 digit phone numbers with a new 3 digit area code, you’d think people might be able to get it right by now…

  14. Arachnoid

    99 Brigade

    Sounds a bit "flakey" maybe they melted aware under the glare

  15. opaque

    The link in the story states they joined February 2019 but the Wayback machine one states January 2016.

    I didn't think changing the name reset that?

  16. Chairman of the Bored Silver badge

    I'll give the attacker an 'A'

    For an A-plus we need to change the unit to the 69 Brigade and develop a Monty Python-esque ascii art logo to match

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: I'll give the attacker an 'A'

      "[...] and develop a Monty Python-esque ascii art logo to match"

      Designed by the people who did the 2012 Olympics logo?

  17. Templogin

    Join the Professionals, or...

    time to call in Capita to rescue the situation?

    1. Toni the terrible

      Re: Join the Professionals, or...

      NO no no n o no no no, not Capita, please no

  18. nicomorr

    Fake news people!

    https://twitter.com/77th_brigade

    Quote: "Joined February 2019" (hover and get it to the minute).

    Shame on y'all...

    1. JudeKay (Written by Reg staff)

      Re: Fake news people!

      Please read the whole story... By that logic, The Register travelled to the future when we wrote about that same Twitter account (which we linked to at the time) used by the same unit, back in January 2017. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/01/03/77_brigade_struggling_recruit_40_pc_below_establishment/ (Hint: we didn't.)

  19. mwnci

    77th Brigade...I'd stake a fair wager, that their Cyber Security skills are akin to that of a Large Enterprises Service Desk Function.

  20. Michael Wojcik Silver badge

    Psych!

    Seems odd I'm the first person to post that.

  21. Will Godfrey Silver badge
    Happy

    Curses!

    We'd have gotten away with it if it weren't for them damn kids wayback pages

  22. Archtech Silver badge

    'As the unit's official page puts it in impenetrable military management-speak, its job is to "challenge the difficulties of modern warfare using non-lethal engagement and legitimate non-military levers as a means to adapt behaviours of the opposing forces and adversaries"'.

    In plain English, then, their job is to lie persuasively. In other words, they are salesmen or politicians, no soldiers.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Salesmen and politicians believe their own lies.... or at least until they tell a conflicting lie and deny they ever said the first one.

      Those creating military misinformation know what is true and what is deceit - although the eventual propagators should not know that difference.

      1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

        All Change ..... Morons do as Morons Do and All Perish in Smashing Flash Marketed Crashes

        Those creating military misinformation know what is true and what is deceit - although the eventual propagators should not know that difference. ... AC

        So, it is acceptable to have the certifiably mad and expensively belligerent lead the blissfully ignorant and fatally naive?

        No wonder such idiotic systems are being decimated and destroyed by smarter intelligence flows and sensitive information leaking. The crazies were thinking they were able to run the asylum rather than realising they were razing it to the ground with themselves locked securely inside burning buildings.

        1. Cliff Thorburn

          Re: All Change ..... Morons do as Morons Do and All Perish in Smashing Flash Marketed Crashes

          The crazies were thinking they were able to run the asylum rather than realising they were razing it to the ground with themselves locked securely inside burning buildings

          The Neoconopticon at full steam seemingly. After arriving at North to South, considering East to West, the scale of desperation to fit future media presentations to seemingly Stranger Things never ceases to amaze in both the magnitude and scale of an almighty fangled futures trading operative operation, with Monsters Inc delivering demonic driver deliverables with sinister signals and conflicting memorandum.

          But one must say, that dont blame the actor if the script went adrift in the mail when the movie ends up the next Waterworld with Watergate connotations.

          Never ceases to amaze though ;-)

  23. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Why not rename it to

    69th Brigade?

    Gets coat.

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