| Front group
|Spooky activities occur behind closed doors under the cover of a front group.
A front organization is any entity set up by and controlled by another organization, such as intelligence agencies, organized crime groups, terrorist organizations, secret societies, runaway slaves, banned organizations, religious or political groups, advocacy groups, or corporations. Front organizations can act for the parent group without the actions being attributed to the parent group thereby allowing them to hide from public view.
|Center for Countering Digital Hate
|Front group to coordinate internet censorship, i.e. to "deplatform"/"demonetize"/shadow ban dissident opinion on YouTube, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, Instagram, Apple, Paypal etc.
|Coalition for Democracy in Iran
|Covid Action UK
|A British campaign group. Associates are experts on "conspiracy theorists", "anti-vaxxer misinformation"
|Expert Group on Violent Radicalisation
|Front group set up by the European Commission in 2006.
|Neocon Anti Trump organisation.
|Media Diversity Institute
|Founded in February 2019 with a style and choice of main partners that look remarkably like the Integrity Initiative.
|Expert in astroturf colour revolution s
|UK campaign group against Brexit
|Front group for the WWF, 1001 Club, Club of Rome and similar misanthropic Population reductionists
|Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
|A UK-based information office that has focused since 2011 on the Syrian civil war and is frequently quoted by major Western news media.
|The Queer Insurrection and Liberation Army
|Improbable militia presumably a propaganda exercise to create support for war in the Western liberal opinion.
|United States Committee for a Free Lebanon
|Neocon/Israeli front group lobbying to make US government intervene in Lebanon, also military.
|Vaccine Confidence Project
|Big Pharma front group founded in 2010.
|Voice of America
|US International public broadcaster
|“As part of its corporate propaganda campaign to deflect public attention away from the harmful health effects of its sugary drinks, the Coca-Cola Company has funded front organizations. The company funded creation of the front organization the Global Energy Balance Network (GEBN) to address the growing evidence that the company's products are a leading cause of the epidemic of childhood obesity in the United States and the growing number of Americans, including children, with type 2 diabetes. GEBN designed its own studies to arrive at conclusions set in advance and cherry picked data to support its corporate public relations agenda. After an August 2015 investigative report exposed the GEBN as a Coca-Cola Company front organization, GEBN was shut down.<a href="#cite_note-Clifford_D._Conner_2020_pp._14-16-3"></a>
Three years after the shutdown of GEBN, the company, together with several other junk food giants, was revealed to be behind an initiative in China called "Happy 10 Minutes," funded through a group called the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI). The aim of the initiative was to address decades of research on diet-related diseases, such as Type 2 diabetes and hypertension, by promoting physical exercise to the population but avoiding discussion of the link between such diseases and junk foods, including sugary drinks.<a href="#cite_note-Clifford_D._Conner_2020_pp._14-16-3"></a><a href="#cite_note-4"></a> ILSI through the 1980s and 1990s had been promoting the tobacco industry's agenda in Europe and the United States.<a href="#cite_note-5"></a>”