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Teaching special ops forces about PSYOP in US history

A study of psychological operations in US history shows 21st century warfighters how decisive the unconventional weapon has been in establishing and keeping our democracy. For more than a decade, Dr Waller has lectured on the subject, as one of a series of PSYOP topics in his curriculum, at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare

‘Blood Money’ documentary on Qatar subversion released

Blood Money, the short documentary that chronicles the influence operations of the jihadist Middle Eastern regime of Qatar, is officially released. Mike Cernovich’s 23-minute documentary is an excellent exposé of how the gas-rich ministate funds terrorism, Muslim Brotherhood subversion, and other forms of Islamist extremism around the world and especially in the United States. Two

Appearing in new documentary, ‘Blood Money’

The trailer is out for the forthcoming documentary, “Blood Money,” about how a jihadist regime has flooded Washington with cash. Done by Mike Cernovich, the documentary features lengthy conversations with yours truly, with my colleague Dave Reaboi, and others. We focus on the jihadist dictatorship of Qatar, a Wahhabi radical Islamic regime adjacent to Saudi

Mueller probe due to be completed?

Liz Wheeler and I talk about the future of the Mueller Probe on OANN’s “Tipping Point.” The interview here crops out the critical comments I made of the brown-nosers who populate much of FBI headquarters in Washington, and the supportive statements I made of agents in the field who work hard at their jobs.

Two-part Russian political warfare interview with Glenn Beck

My most enjoyable discussion of today’s Russian subversion political warfare was not with a group of scholars, but with Glenn Beck of TheBlaze TV. Beck showed an extraordinary and deep grasp of the subject matter – more than any other American interviewer I’ve met. And certainly more than most Washington-based Russia “scholars.” How many have

JMW in Riga: NATO countries should ‘exploit the vulnerabilities’ of Russia as non-military deterrence

Laying out an innovative strategy to counter and deter Kremlin subversion, the Center for Security Policy provided NATO countries with a new way to provide common defense against Moscow’s “hybrid threats.” Center Vice President J Michael Waller told the thousand or so participants at the Riga Conference that NATO should “map out and exploit the vulnerabilities”

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