Geostrategic Scale of Election Psywar Chaos

2 major US terror proxies and ‘jihadist tracker’ SITE INTEL join election chaos and create false flag ops pretexts
see: http://www.burbankdigest.com/search/node/ISIS
http://www.burbankdigest.com/node/512
http://www.burbankdigest.com/node/561

Islamic State calls for attacks on Election Day voters
https://ent.siteintelgroup.com/Jihadist-News/is-calls-for-attacks-on-vot...
The Islamic State published English essay calling for attacks on voters during U.S. presidential election, demanding Muslims not participate in the democratic process.

*Ritz Katz director of the SITE Intelligence Group said...
www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/11/05/islamic-state-.

Sources: U.S. intel warning of possible al Qaeda attacks in U.S. Monday
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/sources-us-intel-warning-of-possible-al-qaed...
“The public should expect to continue to observe an increased law enforcement and security presence across communities in public places. Our law enforcement community also continues to take action against those who attempt to engage in activities that could put Americans at risk. There are more than 100 Joint Terrorism Task Forces at work across the country in partnership with state and local law enforcement to prevent attacks in the homeland.”
The New York Police Department said it was working with intelligence agencies and the Joint Terrorism Task Force, according to the Reuters news agency.
Intelligence about potential threats always increases during holiday seasons and when big events are approaching. As Election Day nears, federal law enforcement is planning for several worst-case scenarios....

Secretary of state Hillary Clinton why US trained and supported Osama Bin Laden
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dqn0bm4E9
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd0fLAbV1cA
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/10/06/eveningnews/main5367884.shtml

Electoral chaos in West sowed to safeguard Putin’s hold on power, Kremlin watchers say
Russia Aims to Disrupt Other Western Elections, U.S. Officials Say
11/5/16 Wall St. Journal http://www.wsj.com/articles/russia-aims-to-disrupt-other-western-electio...
WASHINGTON—A Russian-backed hacking effort that has rocked the presidential campaign may peak on Election Day, but is likely to continue next year and into 2018 as Moscow seeks to influence U.S. politics and key elections in Europe, Obama administration officials warn.
Russian meddling, in fact, may become more potent in Europe than in the U.S., White House officials and other experts say, because Moscow has long courted political figures there and forged ties with euroskeptic political parties strengthened by the recent influx of migrants and refugees.
Upcoming contests in Europe include Dutch elections in March, French presidential elections in April and May, and German elections in the fall. Moscow is hoping gains by Kremlin-friendly parties like France’s National Front could help Russia break free of some of the diplomatic isolation and sanctions imposed on Moscow after its seizure of the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea in 2014, Kremlin watchers say “The German elections, the French elections and other elections in the coming year all have big geopolitical implications for Russia,” said Pasi Eronen, Russia project researcher at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies Washington think tank...
Because Moscow is more likely trying to disrupt U.S. politics than to elect any specific candidate, more emails may be dumped after the elections, said Tom Graham, managing director of Kissinger Associates in New York and adviser to former president G.W. Bush White House on Russia

2016 ELECTIONS BIG PLAYERS GAME PLAN: GROTESQUE CHAOS SERVES GEOPOLITICAL COUNTER-REVOLUTIONARY ‘TECNETRONIC NEW WORLD ORDER
Testing and advancing US BRAIN INITIATIVE: High-tec psychological warfare: “psychographics the future of communications”
How Political Candidates Know if You’re Neurotic
MIT https://www.technologyreview.com/s/601214/how-political-candidates-know-...
Data-driven “BIG 5 personality traits + political demographics
Cambridge Analytica— a division of UK SCL Group long involved in campaigns (commercial, political, military) that leverage behavioral-science research. Like other big-data analysis companies, it categorizes voters on the basis of demographics and issues, but appears to be the first to add personality typing to the mix. The company says it has assessed the personalities of all 190 million registered voters in the United States. “We can now start to really look at people based on their psychographics, not just their demographics,” says Alex Tayler, chief data officer at Cambridge Analytica’s headquarters in London.
In the past three decades, disparate research groups have identified a set of basic personality traits “Big Five,” summarized by the acronym “OCEAN”: openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism.

Cambridge Analytica Presents to Top Influencers at Lincoln Initiative’s Reboot Conference
06/29/2016 Cambridge Analytica https://cambridgeanalytica.org/news/news/reboot-conference
Behavioral communications firm shares what it learned from 2016 presidential campaigns and why psychographics are the future of communication

comScore Signs TV Agreement with Cambridge Analytica
10/12/2016 https://cambridgeanalytica.org/news
comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) announced an agreement with Cambridge Analytica, which will use comScore television information as a component of TV campaign strategies for political and commercial advertising clients. Cambridge Analytica will thus merge its behavioral psychology and data analytics platform with comScore’s television measurements

Cambridge Analytica
New York Washington London
https://cambridgeanalytica.org/about
We bring together 25 years' experience in behavioral change, pioneering data science, and cutting-edge technology to offer unparalleled audience insight and engagement services and products... help you connect with every member of your audience on an individual level in ways that engage, inform and drive them to action.
We collect up to 5,000 data points on over 220 million Americans, and use more than 100 data variables to model target audience groups and predict the behavior of like-minded people. Our data scientists and psychologists are constantly testing new modeling and research techniques to ensure all our data sets and audience segments are the most advanced in the market....

PERSONAL GEOPOLITICS
Approved Methodology: our methodology has been approved by the US State Department, NATO, Sandia and the UK Defence Ministry

SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES: “SECURING OUR NATION”
http://www.sandia.gov
Nuclear Weapons Defense Systems Global Security Energy and Climate
National Security Programs
We strive to be the laboratory the U.S. turns to first for technology solutions to the most challenging problems threaten peace and freedom for our nation and the globe.
At Sandia, national security is our business. We apply advanced science and engineering to help our nation and allies detect, repel, defeat, or mitigate national security threats. Our national security mission has grown from responding to the threat of the Cold War to countering a range of threats - some nuclear, others involving chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction, and other acts of terrorism.

Strategic Communication Laboratories [SCL GROUP]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCL_Group
SCL Group UK-based behavioral research and strategic communication company. In US known as Cambridge Analytica i.[1]...data mining and data analysis specifically targeted to key audience groups to modify behavior in accordance with client goal

SCL Group
“...our methodology has been approved by the UK Ministry of Defence, the US State Department, Sandia National Laboratories and NATO”
SCL Worldwide Offices https://sclgroup.cc/worldwide

SCL GROUP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCL_GroupExternal link: Behaviour Dynamics Institute
Behavioural Dynamics Institute
http://www.bdinstitute.org/articles-publications/the-effectiveness-of-us...

Why RAND missed the point on effectiveness of US Military Information Operations
full paper at Defence Academy .

BDI Team Members include:
Dr. Paul Lieber holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in Mass Communication (and Public Affairs) from Louisiana State University (U.S.), and a B.S. – Magna Cum Laude – in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University (U.S.). Paul’s widely published research emphasis mirrors his several years professional practice in global strategic communication, centered on creating valid, predictive models of persuasion within interactive and/or advanced technology environments. He recently served as the Strategic Communications Advisor to Special Operations Command – Australia, preceded by stints as the Command Writer for U.S. Special Operations Command, head of information operations research for U.S. Central Command, and on the faculties of the University of Canberra (Australia), University of South Carolina (U.S.) and Emerson College (U.S.), respectively.

Dr. Yael Lieber Ph.D. and M.S. in School Psychology from Tulane University in New Orleans and a B.A Highest Honors in Psychology from the University of Rhode Island...at U.S. Special Operations Joint Military Information Support Command she analyzed complex psychological operations datasets across all of the U.S. Department of Defense Combatant Commands...developmental psychological perspective emphasizing problem sets stemming from exposure to community violence...

Dr Dave Sloggett ..a 40 year career supporting law enforcement and military organisations in the UK and international stage, notably in cooperation with the United States State Department and Department of Defence....focus on developing messaging that resonates with specific and ethnically-mixed target audiences and through gaining empathy enable them to change their behaviours. His early studies... on Rwanda and the ethnically and tribally motivated confrontations that plagued its history...
Dr Sloggett is a member of the American Psychological Association and the International Institute of Strategic Studies [IISS]. He holds the visiting titles of Adjunct Professor of Behavioural Sciences at the Behavioural Dynamics Institute (BDI), a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for the Mathematics of Human Behaviour at the University of Reading and an Associate Research Fellow at the Advanced Research and Assessment Group [ARAG] at the Royal College of Defence Studies at Shrivenham.
At BDI Dr Sloggett is engaged in studies exploring the strategic, operational and tactical persuasion of target audiences in civilian and military contexts. Dr Sloggett’s main research area is behavioural transformation in helping shape political and economic recovery in countries be-set by a series of multi-faceted and complex natural and human-orientated disasters... its application to the political reconciliation process in Iraq and Afghanistan; from where he recently returned.

Dr. Gregory Seese, licensed Psychologist...US Army Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Officer...also a Charter Member of the Prescribing Psychologists’ Register (PPR). His research interests include attitude and behavior change, motivation, deception, and behavioral prediction/modeling...also earned a Naval Post Graduate School graduate certificate in Stability, Security, and Development in Complex Operations (SSDCO)... Relevant publications include: Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Targeting Active Support Networks. (Seese, G. (2015)) In-press; Comprehensive PSYOP Assessment and Evaluation in Counterterrorism Efforts (Seese, G. (2014)); Deconstructing Narratives: Using Primal Branding to Design Oppositional Narratives (Hanlon, P., & Seese, G. (2013)); Measuring Psychological Operations (PSYOP): It’s all about the SPO. (Seese, G. (2009)); Measuring Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Effectiveness. (Seese, G., & Smith, P. (2008)).

US STATE DEPT -- STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS
The Secretary of State, appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate, the President's chief foreign affairs adviser carries out the President's foreign policies through the State Department, which includes the Foreign Service, Civil Service, and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
February 1, 2013, John Kerry was sworn in as 68th Secretary of State of the United States.
http://www.state.gov/secretary/

Bureau of International Information Programs
http://www.state.gov/r/iip/index.htm
The bureau takes a strategic, data-driven approach to develop multimedia, digital communications products and to manage an overseas network of bricks-and-mortar American Spaces. Whether discussions take place in person or in virtual spaces, the bureau’s top goal is to connect people with policy through dialogue that is relatable and understandable. In addition to IIP’s ongoing programs, the bureau stands up timely special focus communications campaigns that respond to emerging issues.

The American public diplomacy mission is to support the achievement of U.S. foreign policy goals and objectives, advance national interests, and enhance national security by informing and influencing foreign publics and by expanding and strengthening the relationship between the people and Government of the United States and citizens of the rest of the world.
The Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs leads America's public diplomacy outreach, which includes communications with international audiences, cultural programming, academic grants, educational exchanges, international visitor programs, and U.S. Government efforts to confront ideological support for terrorism. The Under Secretary oversees the bureaus of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Public Affairs, and International Information Programs, as well as the Global Engagement Center, and participates in foreign policy development.

2016 Comprehensive Annual Report on Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting
http://www.state.gov/pdcommission/reports/2016/index.htm
http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/262382.pdf
The U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy (ACPD) believes strongly that people, such as youth, journalists, civil society and religious leaders, cannot be excluded from the conduct of international relations and U.S. foreign policy decisions must consider their growing influence worldwide. This is especially critical today, as the world is awash with ideological conflict that is at once challenging our national security and the liberal world order. Just as public diplomacy is essential for fighting the ideology of our foes, it is also important for sustaining the health of our allies....Two-thirds of this report serves as a reference document for worldwide strategies and tactics to advance U.S. foreign policy through information and engagement programs, divided by agency and global region.

United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy
http://www.state.gov/pdcommission/index.htm
Since 1948, the United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy (ACPD) has been charged with appraising all U.S. Government activities intended to understand, inform and influence foreign publics and increase understanding of, and support for, these same activities. The ACPD research and symposiums provide honest assessments and informed discourse on public diplomacy efforts across government. It reports to the President, Secretary of State, and Congress. Currently, the office of the Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs supports it.

Brzezinski: How Jimmy Carter and I Started the Mujahideen: \ Interview Le Nouvel Observateur
http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/BRZ110A.html
http://www.counterpunch.org/1998/01/15/how-jimmy-carter-and-i-started-th...

Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era
Zbigniew Brzezinski 1970
http://showothers.com/uploads/Zbigniew_Brzezinski__Between_Two_Ages.pdf
2012 "Strategic Vision", http://www.foreignaffairs.com/author/zbigniew-brzezinski

The post-industrial society is becoming a “technetronic” society: a society shaped culturally, psychologically, socially, and economically by the impact of technology and electronics—particularly in the area of computers and communications. [3]...Knowledge is a tool of power and the effective mobilization of talent an important way to acquire power. [5]...the government has sponsored the transfer of many technological innovations from defense to private industry. [6]... the United States has been most active in the promotion of a global communications system by means of satellites, and is pioneering the development of a world-wide information grid. It is expected such a grid will come into being by about 1975. For the first time in history the cumulative knowledge of mankind will be made accessible on a global scale—and almost instantaneously available in response to demand.[10] ... techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm, thereby weakening a nation’s capacity and forcing it to accept the demands of the competitor” (Gordon J. F. MacDonald, “Space,” in Toward the Years 2018, p. 34). [11] ..man has always sought to crystallize some organizing principle that would, by creating order out of chaos, relate him to the universe and help define his place in it. [13]...Julian Huxley was perhaps guilty of only slight exaggeration when he warned “overcrowding in animals leads to distorted neurotic and downright pathological behavior. We can be sure that the same is true in principle of people. City life today is definitely leading to mass mental disease, to growing vandalism and possible eruptions of mass violence.” [14] G. N. Carstairs, in “Why is Man Aggressive?” (Impact of Science on Society, April-June 1968, p. 90), argues that population growth, crowding, and social oppression all contribute to irrational and intensified aggression. Experiments on rats seem to bear this out; observation of human behavior in large cities seems to warrant a similar conclusion...[15]

Speaking of a future at most decades away, an experimenter in intelligence control asserted, “I foresee a time when we shall have the means and therefore, inevitably, the temptation to manipulate the behavior and intellectual functioning of all the people through environmental and biochemical manipulation of the brain.” [16]
A society’s capacity for making such judgments, [discriminating between the necessity for order and the imperative of change], is bound to be undermined by the degree to which it becomes psychologically inured to living with violence and to accepting violence as a means for solving its problems....contemporaryAmerica is psychologically permeated by violence. Persisting social crisis, the emergence of a charismatic personality, and the exploitation of mass media to obtain public confidence would be the steppingstones in the piecemeal transformation of the United States into a highly controlled society....A certain measure of crime is accepted as unavoidable; for the sake of order, therefore, organized crime is generally preferred to anarchic violence, thus indirectly and informally becoming an extension of order...
The projected world information grid, for which Japan, Western Europe, and the United States are most suited, could create the basis for a common educational program, the adoption of common academic standards, the organized pooling of information, and a more rational division of labor in research and development... Such scientific-informational linkage would be easier to set up than joint educational programs and would encourage an international educational system by providing an additional stimulus to an international division of academic labor, uniform academic standards, and a cross-national pooling of academic resources....
In addition, it may be possible—and tempting—to exploit for strategic-political purposes the fruits of research on the brain and on human behavior. Gordon J. F. MacDonald, a geophysicist specializing in problems of warfare, has written that accurately timed, artificially excited electronic strokes “could lead to a pattern of oscillations that produce relatively high power levels over certain regions of the earth...In this way, one could develop a system that would seriously impair the brain performance of very large populations in selected regions over an extended period... No matter how deeply disturbing the thought of using the environment to manipulate behavior for national advantages to some, the technology permitting such use will very probably develop within the next few decades. [26]...
The projected world information grid, for which Japan, Western Europe, and the United States are most suited, could create the basis for a common educational program, the adoption of common academic standards, the organized pooling of information, and a more rational division of labor in research and development... Such scientific-informational linkage would be easier to set up than joint educational programs and would encourage an international educational system by providing an additional stimulus to an international division of academic labor, uniform academic standards, and a cross-national pooling of academic resources....
In addition, it may be possible—and tempting—to exploit for strategic-political purposes the fruits of research on the brain and on human behavior. Gordon J. F. MacDonald, a geophysicist specializing in problems of warfare, has written that accurately timed, artificially excited electronic strokes “could lead to a pattern of oscillations that produce relatively high power levels over certain regions of the earth...In this way, one could develop a system that would seriously impair the brain performance of very large populations in selected regions over an extended period... No matter how deeply disturbing the thought of using the environment to manipulate behavior for national advantages to some, the technology permitting such use will very probably develop within the next few decades. [26][...]