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[–] ronnyCPI 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago 

This is the truth: it's not exactly fake news, it's fabricated news, and manufactured news. Here's how it works: get a Soros organization to hire a crowd-source contractor to pay locals $25 per hour to protest and agitate. Alert the major news organizations in advance so they have plenty of time to set up and get the best propaganda shots and videos. Have a few supervisors in place to manipulate the crowds so as to get the right photos of staged violence. If things get a bit out of control, so much the better for the media covering the event. They can edit and frame it all to their liking on the evening news and discuss the implications ad infinitum.

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[–] kestrel9 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

Here's one job they did: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Concerned-Citizens-Turn-Out-to-Be-Political-Theater-369230811.html Adam Swart wrote the lies...

For nearly three minutes, Prince Jordan Tyson is on camera telling city leaders what he later admits, is a lie.

In fact, Tyson, who is not from Camarillo, is a self described struggling actor from Beverly Hills and he now believes he was involved in a secretive new industry where actors are hired to try and sway public officials. In this case, a construction project in Camarillo he says he was hired to criticize.

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"It was scripted, they told me what to say," Tyson told NBC4.

Some of those scripted lines, he says were provided by recent UCLA graduate Adam Swart, CEO of a company called Crowds on Demand, which will stage rallies and demonstrations for any almost candidate or cause. Swart says he has employed actors to sway city officials in meetings across the country.

Swart tells NBC4 he has 20,000 actors across the country and most are required to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

"Sometimes clients want more...." (staged violence?)

I imagine Maxine Waters is the highest paid actor on his payroll...

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[–] billyvvinz 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Adam Swart, CEO of a company called Crowds on Demand, which will stage rallies and demonstrations for any almost candidate or cause.

This is the jewiest shit I've ever read.

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[–] kneo24 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

How often has these types of groups been used in the past year and a half? I know these things were often posted, but has anyone kept track? There's a truthful narrative for us to drive here.

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[–] kestrel9 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Here's more info from back in 2015... http://archive.is/vBrs8

"...we started fielding political requests - to provide crowds for world leaders and U..S political candidates at federal, state, and local level, or to conduct rallies and protests in support or opposition to an issue."

The company repertoire has now expanded to cover product launches, PR stunts, and social justice movements. One popular side-line is using crowds to apply pressure to one side - or even both - of a corporate litigation dispute. Swart claims the business has "more than doubled" in size each year, and can now call on tens of thousands of performers to cover several events each day, in dozens of cities across the U.S.

The next step is going global.

"We get a lot of requests to do international events... but we have to make sure we are operating within all applicable laws," says Swart. "Many countries don't have the same protection of assembly." The CEO hopes to begin with the U.K., Dubai and India within 18 months, testing the waters with uncontroversial celebrity events.

"When a clients spends $10,000 on a protest and wins a $20 million settlement, that's a clear return on investment," says the entrepreneur.

"Other situations are harder to decipher -- it may be more 'can we shift the media narrative?' 'Did we get more press coverage or photo opportunities?' There are many ways to judge our services and their effectiveness - some quantitative, other qualitative."

The role of crowd members is carefully calibrated. Recruits are generally actors, who are expected be enthusiastic, but not so zealous as to risk arrest. Critically, they must look and sound authentic.

I bet the same guy with the red beard I keep seeing in all the media still shots is paid.

"They almost always hold signs and chant, and sometimes talk to media on behalf of the event," says Swart. Employees also sign non-disclosure forms that protect the client's anonymity, to avoid the embarrassment of their paying for support coming to light.

Oh look EasyCrowd was already used in the Ukraine! Maybe Soros hired them to do Charlottesville since his hired goons were so effective in sparking violence there.

The business model is spreading. Ukrainian company Easycrowd predates Swart's company, while Crowds for Rent and Rent a Crowd were recently launched in the U.S. and U.K. respectively.

These novel companies represent only the most visible feature of a sprawling landscape of manufactured support.

"There are similar types of consulting firms that provide a vast menu of 'grassroots' services," says Dr. Edward Walker, Professor of Sociology at UCLA and author of Grassroots for Hire.

"These include mass letter-writing or emailing, ghostwriting blog posts, locating data on likely sympathizers for your cause... even creating whole new 'front' or 'third party' organizations to serve as a mouthpiece for the campaign's funder."

"The rise of campaign finance makes it possible, (and) the massive expansion of the PR industry," says Lisa Graves of monitoring group PR Watch. "As more big money is injected into campaigns... these efforts to deceive the public with fake crowds will continue to expand."

FAKE Narratives FAKE protesters....that explains why so many times we see the police stand down, they don't want to interfere with the paid street performances.

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[–] Gorillion 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Classic "Jews play both sides" behavior in there.

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[–] Pog_mo_thoin 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Why wouldn't there be someone blowing the whistle on this operation?

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[–] NoBS 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Because snitches are Seth Riched in very public Suicide, OD or Robbery.

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[–] Mylon 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Yeah, I doubt the people pulling this shit are worried about the implications of snuffing a snitch. After all, if anything does happen they'll summon a Crowd On Demand to protest the investigation!

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[–] Gorillion 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Most people in influential positions are vetted to fuck. They're either blackmailable, bribable, true believers or suicided. Look at the Charlottesville power players. All creepy and suspect as fuck. Vice Mayor was full blown BLM. Only got busted because he was totally sexist too.

They are under strict instructions to let all public marches, protests etc carry on. They either collect a fat paycheck, or receive a meaningful warning to back the fuck off.

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[–] Pog_mo_thoin 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Yeah but I'm seeing posts that they recruited these folks on Craigslist. Those same people would totally be down for blowing the whistle.

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[–] kestrel9 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Actors and Photographers Wanted in Charlotte   Crowds on Demand, a Los Angeles-based Public Relations firm specializing in innovative events, is looking for enthusiastic actors and photographers in the Charlotte, NC area to participate in our events. Our events include everything from rallies to protests to corporate PR stunts to celebrity scenes. The biggest qualification is enthusiasm, a "can-do" spirit. Pay will vary by event but typically is $25+ per hour plus reimbursements for gas/parking/Uber/public transit.  

For more information about us, please visit www.crowdsondemand.com

There needs to be an investigation into whether any paid protesters were violent and who hired them.

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[–] Free_Radical [S] 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

and (((who))) hired them.

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[–] kestrel9 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

Yes Adam Swart should release the info of every paid protester on his company payroll that was paid to attend the march (either side/if any) in Charlottesville... and also disclose who hired Crowds On Demand for their services...who placed a call requesting paid protesters to be in the Charlottesville area a week prior to the event?

https://crowdsondemand.com/political-services/

Protests and Rallies

Whether your organization is lobbying to move forward a healthcare, financial or other social initiative, we can organize rallies and get media attention for your causes and candidates. We also assist individuals, companies and political organizations with protests and picketing campaigns. We’ve protested governments, corporations and everything in between.

We’ve achieved results on campaigns on everything from ending institutional discrimination in a religious organization to getting refunds and compensation for hundreds of homeowners who bought hazardous land from a real estate firm to forcing a patent trolling company to back down. Some of these campaigns are long and drawn out while others can be resolved quickly. Regardless, we endeavor to deliver campaigns that bring out the best qualities of our clients’ messages and to achieve tangible results.

Case Study: Presidential Public Opinion Applications: -Political Rallies -Public Relations A foreign government hired Crowds on Demand to help generate a positive reception for its newly elected leader during the UN General Assembly.

The concern was ensuring that the leader was well received by a US audience and confident for his work at the UN. We created demonstrations of support with diverse crowds.

We also used the media primarily local and national outlets to bring more attention to these demonstrations which led to a mostly positive portrayal. The crowds that we deployed drew in more supporters creating a strong presence for this leader at the UN and an improved perception of him by the American public.

Reach out and we will give you a complimentary and confidential assessment of how we can help your campaign succeed.

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[–] StSimonTrentPray4Us 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Surprised someone hasn't ran a spoof ad to hire these paid agitators and crisis actors to expose them.

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[–] Dr_No 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Why aren't right wing and/or Trump-supporters signing up for this? $25 an hour is a really nice wage for unskilled work, no?

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[–] lissencarak 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Just a coincidence, goy

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