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US-Iran War: Fake Military Draft in US is a Hostile Psychological Operation

The fake military draft messages were being received for the first time on the same day that the US government assassinated Major General Qassem Soleimani.
US-Iran War: Fake Military Draft in US is a Hostile Psychological Operation

ITNT – Earlier we wrote that Israeli agents are responsible for the fake military draft messages and emails that are being sent to Americans in the United States.

Today there are more details available that have been confirmed concerning the psychological operation that these messages are part of.

The fake military draft messages were being received for the first time on the same day that the US government assassinated Major General Qassem Soleimani. This almost entirely disproves the claims that we are dealing with merely a scam that tries to lure people into paying money in one or more ways to those who organize the fake draft campaign.

The fact that the so-called “scammers” seemed to have proper knowledge of the US its illegitimate military operation abroad, the assassination of Soleimani, before the reality of that murder (and its major implications) had even sunk in in the United States, by itself disproves the “mere scammers” theory.

Additionally, the fake military draft messages, according to United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC), were being sent “from different brigades”. This means that the communication channels of those brigades are compromised. There’s only one hostile, state-sponsored, collective in the US that is capable of doing this and that is the one that comprises Israeli agents who have been embedded deeply in US society for a very long time.

That it is a psychological operation, to influence the American public into supporting a war with Iran, is also being indicated by the fact that the first wave of messages all had real names and real phone numbers of real people in the military. Obviously, scammers would want you to call or text them instead of letting you call or go to your nearest military base or recruiting offices.