Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Chrissy Stroop: Poorly Hidden Phony Opposition

You may have noticed that I was "fratted" off Twitter again.

For those who are unfamiliar with this practice, "fratting" is when a Twitter account with a large following violates Twitter's Terms of Service by asking followers to mass report another account, triggering Twitter's algorithms which permanently suspend the targeted account.

This first happened to me when I pointed out that Sarah Kendzior's father was under FBI investigation for granting sweet deals to the Manafort Brothers (who operate a cutout called Carabetta Management Company), as Meriden, CT's former City Manager.

More on that, here.

Sarah's response was to squelch this information by violating Twitter's T.O.S. by way of asking her followers to mass report me off of Twitter, which they did.  Fairly blatant example of Defamation as well...

Ah, but such is the nature of information warfare.  Bad actors don't play by the rules.

Incidentally, we all have yet to see evidence of my alleged stalking, least of all, me.  And Sarah never contacted the FBI.  The point was to falsely accuse me, damage my reputation with zero evidence, and get me mass reported off of Twitter.

And it worked.

Surely Chrissy Stroop, being an academic, understands that such explosive claims require evidence, am I right?

Nope.  Stroop supports Defamatory claims on social media against people she doesn't like, without evidence.

For a more in-depth explanation of how Sarah Kendzior operates, I encourage you to check out my old article which can now only be found in the Internet Archives after getting hacked offline by the usual suspects.

Anyway, the other day was Stroop's turn to violate Twitter's T.O.S. in similar fashion.  This is how bad actors on social media squelch the voices of those who are trying to call them out and share the truth...

Ah, but WHY?

If you have followed my work you know that, much like Stroop's work, I have focused my attention on Franklin Graham.  I'm not a fan of Graham.  Stroop at least acts like she isn't. Similarly, I have always been an opponent of Donald Trump, much like Stroop claims to be.

I was one of the first people to call out Trump's Russian ties, prior to the elections. I have consistently done so since 2015.  Look no further than the other articles found on this website.

Note the date:

Where was Stroop in 2015?

She was teaching at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) in Moscow, a Russian government university.

So what is Stroop doing?

This is where it gets interesting.

If you're looking at the world through ideological (rose-colored) lenses, you're doing it wrong.  Ideology doesn't govern social dynamics.  Economics does.

Take Franklin Graham.

If you view Franklin Graham as a religious figure, you're getting Franklin Graham WRONG.  I encourage you to instead look at Graham's intersections with people involved in transnational organized crime.


Come on, you know there's a family history there.  First, I'll show you the spin.  Then I'll show you the bigger picture, if you have the stomach for it.  Please take note of Franklin Graham's meeting with Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian orthodox church.  We'll get back to that in a second...

Stroop has published a number of articles concerning Franklin Graham.

Here are a couple of them:

So Stroop attacks Graham for (what he apparently wants you to believe) are Franklin Graham's religious beliefs.

But I have a question for Stroop.

Wouldn't it be more effective to point out that Graham's friend Patriarch Kirill is a "former" KGB agent and a billionaire oligarch who made his tremendous wealth by way of smuggling tobacco?

In fact, in none of Stroop's writings about the Russian orthodox church does Stroop point out Kirill's or the Russian orthodox church's close associations with Russian organized crime.

It is impossible to publish an entire dissertation on the Russian orthodox church, with any credibility, without mentioning ANYTHING about organized crime.

Franklin Graham's intersections with transnational organized crime are off the charts.  So much so, that attacking Graham for these connections is literally low-hanging fruit.  But Stroop ignores all of this.  Instead, Stroop uses Franklin Graham as a tool to attack Evangelicals and in the process provides cover fire for Graham's activities, while ramping up the Left's attacks on Evangelicals which, ultimately, will help Trump in the fall elections.

Yes, there are Left-wing Evangelicals.  And, yes, some of them are single-issue voters.

But there's something else you need to understand about Stroop.

Stroop is a part of a network of people on social media who have been involved in some VERY bad things.

Perhaps you know about Michael Colborne.  He's the pro-Matt Taibbi Twitter troll whose work can be found at the blatantly pro-Kremlin outfit The Nation and pro-Kremlin propaganda mill Globalresearch.

Colborne is (or was) also friends with Kyle Frese.

Perhaps you remember Kyle.  He's the former DIA Analyst who recently pleaded guilty to passing top secret intelligence to two NBC employees.

The "coincidences" just keep piling up, don't they?

I'll add a part two tomorrow...


  1. Hey buddy great read TY let me know if you need anything and you can always email me.
    Can't believe today's briefing today ... right up your alley

  2. I don't follow her but a lot of those That I follow do. Scratching my head on who is who now

  3. Thanks! You put the names in the colander, strain out the bullshit, and show the connections. Miss you!

  4. Any chance we can help retaliate?

  5. Best bet is to retweet on Twitter.

    Thank you!

    1. Holy crap, linking to this post sure pissed her off! You have my sympathy.

  6. You know I disagree w/you about the Grahams but you're dead on in other ways and certainly right about the ones you named above.

  7. Hey. This sucks. Let me know if I can help.

  8. Hey Chris. I seriously think you could charge people, (me) to go through our follows to see if we have some shady associations. I don't care about the followers only my follows.

    1. I guess she should have controlled her temper.

      Now, everything changes.

  9. TalsmaGirl here. Where are we at with this? Have you appealed and can we assist?

    1. I have appealed and, per usual, Twitter is ignoring it.

      Legal action comes next.