1. a person who poses as a customer in order to decoy others into participating, as at a gambling house, auction, confidence game, etc.
(Author’s note: No links to godlikeproductions.com have been included in this article. The site is riddled with spyware, and only readers who are completely confident in their antiviral software should visit.)
In the monkey cage of conspiracy forums, the word “shill” gets thrown around more than feces. Anyone who’s worn the skeptic hat has probably heard it at least once. In fact, after my article criticizing the subscribers of the Monarch Program and Illuminati theories, I was sure I’d get my own share of shill slander. But alas, no luck. Hope, though, marches on.
Even with all the monkey posturing, though, the reality of shills within the conspiracy community is hardly debatable, given our verified knowledge concerning the FBI’s COINTELPRO projects during the 1960s. COINTELPRO technically ended in 1971, but it doesn’t take the wildest imagination to assume that it’s techniques are still in use.… Read the rest