Brennan John Brennan Cia, Twitter, Ohio discussed on No Agenda
I want you to introduce. Millie Bonilla. Is I'm going to do it all. Okay. Well, see down Donna summer. Shadow Gate is what it's called. But it starts with Millennial Milli, who does video reports she? Thinks she's thirty early thirty. So she is a millennial she's a millennial. He's a on the upper edge to lives in Ohio and she has been a contractor for Info wars for quite a while. I think a five years at least maybe something like that and she does pieces just pieces and Austin. But in also in Ohio and she put stuff together I'm not exactly sure but she's basically a contractor and it is tagged as millennial. Milli her name is millie weaver. WE'VE WE'VE HAD CLIPS FROM Yeah she's I like her I think she's very. Very. talented. Very talented very good. So she came out with a it was billed as a quote unquote documentary. About an hour and twenty minutes. And was called or was titled what they don't want you to see. Did you see it at all John. Well, I was I was on twitter, and of course, it was said to be censored on twitter I don't know what that means. 'CAUSE I didn't see the other version and I watched the beginning of and it's all that kind of stuff that we've kind of talk. But she does have a lot of new stuff she digs up she has a funny way of going about things and looking at things. But I didn't watch the whole thing because I figured you were going to review it WanNa be stepping all over the interview. So it's about an hour and twenty minutes long. It is not a documentary. It's a long form video piece. Narrated which is built around an interview with Tori. Now Tori, we've played a clip from Tory before time while back on the show. She was a contractor for governments security services, and apparently I don't believe it but her. NDA has expired which I don't think is a thing but okay and she felt very comfortable. She had India's that experience fact I've insisted on it from the but from the intelligence industry. About you might need some classification. That doesn't expire. Dubious you. But she's very entertaining. We played clips of her about seth rich and she she knows so much. And she and. A guy named Patrick. Forget his last name for second. that. He also worked at Security Service Intelligence agencies that he's had a book out about this. So everything he said was not really new, but Albritton and the reason I say it's not really a documentary is because It was kind of bothersome but I, just try to relax not pay attention to it. There's a lot of b-roll stock footage, some of which I've used in the past for pitch videos you know as people walking offices screens. Close ups Matrix like stuff a lot of filler to overlay the story and the story is very compelling and I'm just going to give you the synopsis which is quite interesting. It talks about why they'd leads into it properly, and they do quite a good job. Well, it's so dense tina lot about the stuff she said she couldn't quite follow. It's I. Think they pack too much in. The visuals didn't always correlate to what they were saying because it was stock footage, but otherwise, it was not a chore to watch through it. When Brennan John Brennan CIA when he left government before he came back. which was With it he leave. Because he went out for a while. Yeah I can look it up. He became involved in the true military industrial complex, which is what these two interviewees are talking about, which is contractors. And this we know this of course, there's probably one or maybe two million people in the United States who have. High, security clearance because contractors are the ones that really run everything everything is farmed out, and that's why you have this revolving door of. Homeland Security and CIA and NSA going out and doing well, you have the Chertoff Group and and they do all the scanners body scanners crap for the L. Three Company for Airports after they make sure that everyone's afraid and we gotta have them then they go into private practice and they make it happen. So Brennan was also running a collection of these groups. Really above all of them and there's and there's names and there's documents and there's clear trails and these are the companies that we hear about all the day all the time such government service for a few years became CEO of the analysts corporation tests attacked the analyst corporation in United Lead tack after his acquisition acquisition by global strategies group in two, thousand, seven and growth as global intelligence solutions. Division of Global's North American technology business G. Tech before returning to government service with the Obama Administration as Homeland Security Adviser in January two, thousand nine was everything was in place. So, you have to think of these these companies that were under attack. such as clearview AI clearview a I is the company that is. Scraped home of millions of pictures and it's created a facial recognition database. So they're one of the people who are contracted really a lot of these marketing companies that that get more location data get other marketing data, data brokers they combine data from credit card purchases central to build up a profile of people, and so the the Tack Corporation was working for. I don't they were contracting or what the exact structures, but they have all of these different groups who are. aggregating this data and creating profiles of each person. which is just like the marketing guys do except they went one step further because they are intelligence agencies and clearly this is all i. mean you just look at snowden how wishy washy this all was pure call. We did the first hot pockets tour Now one of our Dame's who actually lent me the. the original vehicle to do to do that tour. She was Assis-. Admin. For the drones and she was telling us that we knew way before everyone else at the communications word encrypted sheets do another job the person who came in after her and she was just told to just write the root password down. Put It on post it note I mean this Kinda Shit going on so there's a lot of compromise and a lot of room for people to do stuff. So instead of selling ads They're looking.