A specialized military unit has been deployed In England to combat those speaking out against government overreach on COVID-19 Policy and those speaking out against vaccines. These specialized military units have been used in the past in operations against Al Qaeda and the Taliban, now the UK is using these units against its own citizenry.
The revelations about the group’s deployments surfaced through an article in The Sunday Times, an article that has been conveniently placed behind a paywall where few will see it. The unit itself is referred to as “The Defence Cultural Specialist Unit” was formed during 2010 in the midst of the war in Afghanistan, the unit is noted as being a part of the Army’s 77th brigade. As for how The Sunday Times got all this information? They received the information through leaked documentation.
According to the report, it is “Russians” online who are attempting to disseminate false information related to vaccines, a line familiar to that of the DNC in 2016 after the election of President Donald Trump. The unit is allegedly only targeting foreign actors in the move, but considering that spies from the UK are actively monitoring the movements of Britians to ensure that they are complying with the lockdown this seems unlikely.
According to an anonymous source who spoke with the London Times “GCHQ has been told to take out anti-vaxxers online and on social media. There are ways they have used to monitor and disrupt terrorist propaganda.”. The unit will be using the same tactics they used on Radical Islamic terrorist cells when it comes to taking down content that shines a negative light on vaccines and will be looking to “take out” anti-vaccination advocates.