US government funds “interactive map” of Thai unrest similar to one used by Google to help in America’s attempted overthrow of the Syrian government in 2011.
Thai Summary: อีกหนึ่งภัยใกล้ตัว!! – อีกหนึ่งการสนับสนุนโดย US!! ยุทธการ “แผนที่เชิงโต้ตอบ” ภายใต้ platform เว็บไซต์ม็อบดาต้าไทยแลนด์ (Mob Data Thailand) ในไทย มันช่างคล้ายราวกับแฝดน้องกั
October 18, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci – ATN) – The US government through its notorious regime change arm – the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) – has created a new project aimed directly at tracking and promoting anti-government protests in Thailand.
Called “MOB Data Thailand,” its own official website lists US NED-funded fronts iLaw, Prachatai, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR), and EnLAW as participants. It also lists US-British funded Amnesty International.
The project – an interactive map that depicts anti-government activity nationwide – aims at boosting the confidence of agitators while targeting and panicking the population into believing the opposition is stronger and larger than it actually is. It is a classical psychological warfare tactic given a 21st century makeover – leveraging US-based social media networks and organized by US-funded fronts iLaw, Prachatai, TLHR, Amnesty International, and EnLAW.
The amount of money, time, and technical expertise required to create this project means the US government has recently invested more money and support specifically to aid ongoing anti-government protests – despite denying it twice.
MOB Data Thailand appears similar to a project US-based tech giant Google proposed to aid the US State Department in the overthrow of the Syrian government.
In Syria it was revealed that Google had admittedly helped the US government in its efforts to violently overthrow the government through a similar interactive map targeting the Syrian population psychologically.
The Independent in a 2016 article titled, “Google planned to help Syrian rebels bring down Assad regime, leaked Hillary Clinton emails claim,” would note:
An interactive tool created by Google was designed to encourage Syrian rebels and help bring down the Assad regime, Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails have reportedly revealed.
By tracking and mapping defections within the Syrian leadership, it was reportedly designed to encourage more people to defect and ‘give confidence’ to the rebel opposition.
In Syria the scheme failed – primarily because of Syria’s willingness to uproot foreign fronts posing as nongovernmental organizations within its borders and its quick and decisive actions in securing its information space.
Thailand must likewise take seriously the threats of foreign governments clearly behind ongoing unrest and their intentions to divide and destroy Thai society as well as target and destroy its economy. Using Syria, Libya, Yemen, Ukraine, and even Hong Kong as clear examples of what happens when US-funded sedition runs out of control – it is clear the serious threat Thailand now faces.