There is no shortage of YouTube channels created to profit by deceiving people into watching, but the channel called Anonymous Global takes this ploy to the next level. Not only has Anonymous Global fabricated fake UFO stories, but its very identity is false, pretending to be affiliated with the infamous hacker group Anonymous while sharing none of its values and acting as a propaganda flack for frequent Anonymous target President Donald Trump. The YouTube channel should not to be confused with any other entity, including the Twitter account @YourAnonGlobal which seems to be in line with common Anonymous themes and opinions.
Perhaps feeling some heat as a result of recent events, UFO fraud Tyler Glockner released a video on his Secureteam 10 YouTube channel that seeks to appeal to his audience as “family” – because nothing says familial affection like lying to them for profit.
Dripping with fake sincerity, the piece is a montage of images and video sent in by his unsuspecting fans displaying his stickers and t-shirts, and in one case a poor sod who appears to have spent the better part of an afternoon-evening setting up and knocking down a domino mosaic of the Secureteam logo.
UFO Theater responded with an annotated version, providing a couple of examples of Secureteam’s made-up scenarios, and highlighting Glockner’s income from YouTube, as well as secrecy about income from his Patreon donation account.
The most horrifying part of the Secureteam love-fest had to be edited out, because it was unbearable: footage of various 2 to 4 year old children wearing Secureteam gear and generally being exposed to Secureteam nonsense on phones and computer screens. It’s depressing to think of parents passing on the practice of blindly assimilating misinformation from one of the worst possible sources when there’s a wake up call just a few clicks away.