Shadowgate documentary director arrested
Millie Weaver was arrested the day she was trying to upload her documentary. Luckily there was another copy with Tore who released the documentary immediately when Millie was arrested.
Mary59, please give us a couple of sentence long summary to help us decide whether to invest the time int watching this video.
What is it about?
It connects dots between metadata and handlers and how it affects individual and group behavior. I don’t at all feel like I wasted my time watching it. I’ve read your posts for a long time and don’t think you will feel short changed.
It is dense and I could watch it several times I am sure but in a nutshell an investigative journalist interviews two whistle blowers who worked within the shadow government intelligence units. The documentary illustrates how these shadow information networks control information and elections. Unlike many documentaries this one uses alot of names and names of agencies and shows proof and documents – to me it was more like a historically referenced piece.
Thank you Mary59 and Tycer.
I sure agree that this was a valuable video- a peak into the public / private world of online population influence.
OK. When I watched the pizzagate documentary and participated in the discussion on this thread I was convinced by clear an unambiguous source documents and the media blackout on the emails and other suspicious documents that there was enough evidence to justify an investigation.
With this documentary, I saw a lot of documents, but the ones I looked carefully at seem to be rather generic and ambiguous. The most incriminating statements are the live interviews with the sources. But of course these are just statements after the fact and not a document that shows clear suspicious activity by the suspects in real time. Furthermore, the story is so complex that I have a hard time following the details, the relationships among the various parties, as well as their motivations and strategies/tactics, although the general premise if fairly clear. At the end she draws everything together into what seems to be the UN one-world government conspiracy idea. Based on the evidence she presents, this seems like a working hypothesis rather than a smoking gun.
Could someone help me out here with 1) a clearer picture of the details, relationships, motivations and specific projects; and 2) clearly sourced evidence that supports these details?
That doesn’t mean there’s no truth in there, but here is what I saw:
- Patrick Bergy wears a “Bikers for Trump” patch on his vest
- He and Millie Weaver repeatedly portray Trump as above all of this by showing his refusal to participate in influence operations.
- Trump is never once implicated in anything nefarious.
- Tore several times calls Obama “Barack Hussein Obama”, speaking slowly and with emphasis when she accuses him of various things.
- Trump’s associates Manafort and Stone are portrayed as honorable and honest men.
There’s more than this too.
I’m not saying that the accusations against everyone but Trump aren’t true (although I would guess at least some are exaggerated or tenuous), or that Trump really didn’t refuse those influence operations. But come-on, Trump is really the hero of this story? He’s almost certainly involved in all sorts of nasty stuff, although perhaps it’s not Deep State related.
So, in conclusion, this is a biased piece. While there might be truth hiding in it, it deserves serious scrutiny, especially since it tells a complex, confusing and disjointed story without presenting any clear irrefutable evidence.
McChrystal was in command of the Afghan forces when Pat Tillman was killed with friendly fire in Afghanistan.
Found it here though. Brighteon is the free speech alternative to YouTube. I think it was started by Mike Adams from Natural News.
It’s fascinating to me how establishment sources like Google and Wikipedia are now branding the real news alternative sites as fake news. The lies are coming so fast and furious now and are so blatant that I’m expecting them to hire Baghdad Bob for their public service messages.