Trudeau An American Threat: Brad Johnson on What’s Up Canada Show


hey what’s up canada and beyond i can’t
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tell you how excited i am today
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uh we’ve got a special guest today uh
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we’re gonna get a chance to get
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one-on-one with mr brad johnson who
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retired as a senior operations officer
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and chief of station with the cia
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directorate of operations he served
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domestically and abroad with numerous
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assignments often during periods of
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armed conflict
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he has served overseas in direct support
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of the war against
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terrorism mr johnson is a certified
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senior expert
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in counter intelligence issues with
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extensive direct experience in the field
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he’s a senior expert in surveillance and
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surveillance detection
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issues he has proven expertise in
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dangerous operational environments with
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the highest levels of training
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and extensive direct experience in
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tradecraft for dangerous
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areas his proven expertise also extends
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to denied operational environments
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most difficult and restrictive with the
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highest levels of training offered
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anywhere in the
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usg or the world an extensive direct
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experience
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mr johnson also managed the overseas
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portion of the person’s indict indicated
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for war crimes program and has served
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overseas as chief of station multiple
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times he is an enrolled member of the
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cherokee nation
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federally recognized tribes since his
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retirement from the cia mr johnson has
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rece
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run a successful intelligence related
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training company you can see more of mr
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johnson’s work at americans for
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intelligence reform
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welcome to the show mr johnson
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thank you very much it’s a pleasure to
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join you wow that is
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such an impressive resume and i gotta
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tell you uh with the
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the the utmost respect how grateful the
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the audience here is going to be here
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today
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uh canadians very often feel like
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they’re lost in the shadows behind what
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happens on the global stage and
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and with what’s been going on uh the
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last couple of years there’s been a lot
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of questions that have gone
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unanswered for a lot of canadians and so
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i agree you know very very huge thanks
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to for coming on here
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i had a brief chance to talk to
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mr johnson just ahead of the show here
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and i told them we’re going to kind of
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bounce them
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all over the globe and all over uh the
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time frame over
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over the last few decades but start out
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if you would uh sir on what you’re doing
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now
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with your uh with your with yourself and
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your time i’ve been very impressed
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by following up and doing binging on
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your work lately
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well thank you yeah i it’s it’s just
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this there are many items that are
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open to me to discuss publicly so
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uh it actually started out
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uh several years ago and i was
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looking around for organizations that
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are that have that background with
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intelligence and national security
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especially the operational side and you
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can
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this is a gross oversimplification but
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you can traditionally
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divide intelligence kind of into two
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areas the operational side which is
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where i’m from which is
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the guys that are out overseas actually
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doing the espionage and running the
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cases and doing the work
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and you have the analytical side and uh
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that of course tends to be more
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washington dc based or
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in your case you know ontario based or
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uh you know just it just
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you know it tends to be at the capitol
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where the main seat of federal
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government is
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whereas the like i said the operation
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stuff is all out overseas and of course
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we’re organizing organized much
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differently than it is in canada with
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the
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rcmp is a the large organization and
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intelligence is a division within it so
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uh you almost by nature have less
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emphasis on
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the intelligence end of things at least
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on the operations side
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not not in other ways but on the
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operations side than does the us since
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we have our own completely independent
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federal agency to do those things so
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set up quite differently but any rate
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coming out of all of that
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i looked around and and basically for
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example in the united states
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uh somebody who’s a an actual
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conservative which in my mind means
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somebody who’s willing to just
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say things as they are and talk about
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the facts and truth and all of that and
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can kind of be
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independent from political driven
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decisions and that
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uh so somebody who’s conservative uh
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which i as i and i don’t call myself
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republican i call myself a conservative
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making a distinct difference and
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somebody who’s from the operations side
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who retired overtly most people who are
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on the operations side
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ultimately retire uh covertly meaning
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they’re not
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openly retired as cia because i had been
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a chief of station and worked in
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different positions where i was uh
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interfacing with a lot of
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foreign countries in true name as cia
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i was i was one of the few that was able
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to retire
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uh overtly meaning openly so i’m retired
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as cia
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as a as an open fact and so you take
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those combinations of things and
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pete and most of the people out of
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operations aren’t willing to speak
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publicly which i don’t blame them i mean
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it’s
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there’s a price to be paid for for being
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open about all of this and discussing
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all of this and
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certainly i’m a target for a lot of
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people and
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uh so just most aren’t willing to do it
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but looked around
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saw who was out there willing to do it
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or had been doing it
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and actually what i intended was to join
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them but looked around and there
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wasn’t anyone so i said screw it i’ll do
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it myself so
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here i see it that’s when i formed
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americans for intelligence reform
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so out of that part of what i want to do
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one of the mainstays of what i’m trying
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to do
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is to get politics out of intelligence
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and that is a very serious problem what
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we’ve seen here in the united states
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is the intelligence community which is
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the fbi cia state department
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the military a lot of people are 17
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agencies are in that
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intelligence community but that
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intelligence community has been consumed
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and has become a political entity and
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they’re using those political uh
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predilections to try and influence the
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united states of america and that
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i don’t know if that’s strictly illegal
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or not but whatever it is
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i want it gone and what we’ve seen is
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the fbi and nsa and some
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portions of the military and the cia
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have all been used
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to target president trump because they
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don’t like him politically
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well that’s political corruption so
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those types of things have to go how the
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fbi
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bastardized the fisa process and
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pretended that they had intelligence out
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with the steele dossier
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in order to spy on the trump campaign
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and later president trump i mean that’s
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all illegal
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that’s what’s being investigated by by
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u.s attorney john durham
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and we’ll see how all that plays out
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after the election but there’s a lot
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more than that
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that’s that is the dirtiest worst part
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that has become
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open but it’s taking place at all levels
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and
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intelligence needs to be sacrosanct in
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that sense
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it’s go out find what’s really going on
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in the
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world report it back and then it’s the
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politicians problem
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we don’t get involved you know you go
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out find out the truth and if it’s going
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to be that
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ex-country’s going to attack another
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country well that’s
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that then is no longer our business
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until the government decides it’s our
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business
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we just report that up and let them
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decide the
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whoever the president united states is
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and congress and
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our in our country uh make those
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decisions as to whether they want to
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interfere
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let it happen whatever but you once you
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start
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uh filtering intelligence
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through this political prism you give
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off something that’s not the straight
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truth
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politicians aren’t going to make the
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right decisions ever because they’re not
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getting
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the the straight skinny the the direct
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information on what the
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problems are out there that face us so
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that has just got to go because it’s
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going to get people killed
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it’s already been getting people killed
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this politically correct environment in
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which we live is
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is in is very dangerous and very very
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stupid
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it’s just all got to go so that’s what
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i’m working on it’s a it’s a horrendous
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uphill battle because a long ago these
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agencies were taken over by
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by by what are leftist um
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activists in these positions just like
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we see
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activist judges well what is an activist
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judge an activist
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judge is somebody that puts his
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political perspective
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above the law because he’s interpreting
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it
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through this prism of his political
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desires
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and that activism is what we now see in
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intelligence it is an
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activist intelligence community and
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there’s
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thing after thing i can say but every
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just to kind of illustrate it
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in the united states every four years
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just after elections so
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the last one came out in january of 2017
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which was just following the
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2016 elections in november another one
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will be coming out this coming january
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following this election
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and that is a four-year strategy
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produced by the intelligence community
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as an overall
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document providing guidance and
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resources are spent
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to uh fall in line with that because
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it’s
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it’s it’s part of the planning process
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is to look out into the future
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where do we need to be placing and
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spending our resources uh to adjust to
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the changing world
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well if you look at the last one that
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came out as i said in january
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2017 there was more emphasis on
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global warming than there was on
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terrorism i mean
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whiskey tango foxtrot what’s wrong with
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these guys
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even even if global warming is was not a
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completely made-up
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fictitious story for made up for
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political reasons even if that wasn’t
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the case
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that is political that is not
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intelligence
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let intelligence do what intelligence
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does
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and take the politics and go do it
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yourself and let intelligence
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just function as they’re supposed to
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function the other element there that
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was was heavily emphasized
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was globalization and that the
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intelligence community had to be more
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globalized in order to interface better
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with the with the changing world well
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what is that you know the
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the globalist communist socialist
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movement i mean
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our intelligence community has to get in
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line with that well
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you know that just shows how stupid and
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incompetent and political
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the leadership is all of the leadership
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of
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all of the agencies are that and that
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has to change so there’s a lot of things
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that
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that can be done but in addition to all
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that that we’re working on in americans
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for intelligence reform there’s a lot of
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other
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elements out of it but one of the things
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is what we’re seeing is
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foreign influence on our politicians and
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this is a
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a big big subject right now and
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certainly the
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precise same problem is taking place in
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canada the united states and western
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europe
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and china is the big culprit everyone
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here in the united states i don’t
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i don’t know if the an old tv show that
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was uh
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that was famous here in the united
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states many years ago called the brady
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bunch
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but in the brady bunch one of the
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sisters was always going marcia marcia
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marcia
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here in the united states now the
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democrats are always going russia russia
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russia and it’s all you know anything
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anything comes out it’s it’s russia
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russia russia i mean and it’s it’s
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it’s asinine conspiracy theory tin foil
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hat
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whack nut stuff but yet that’s what the
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democratic party’s coming out with
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and again the only people that are out
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there willing to speak from the
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operations side
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that are conservatives that have this
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background and experience
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it boils down to myself and a few others
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on the analytical side
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the vast majority of the people out
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there because this having been taken
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over are all on this
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left-wing uh democrat party socialist
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side
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so that’s that’s what you hear out there
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so
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it’s one of those things where you know
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there’s just it’s just not enough people
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like myself out there now i get
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contacted by a lot of people
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and 99 of the people say thank god
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you’re doing it
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by the way here’s this information but
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don’t ever mention my name and
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so that’s that’s the way of this here
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which i understand completely i mean
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there’s a lot of
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threats that come with this and that
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sort of thing but you know i’ve been
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trained for all that all my life
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practically so
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if anybody’s ready i guess it’s me as an
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independent journalist i can completely
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relate to that you know here’s a story
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now you know and but don’t mention my
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name don’t put me on camera i don’t want
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to corroborate it i don’t want to deal
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with it
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so we have to try to deal with it and
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face a backlash for that and
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that is uh all it’s uh an organized
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punishment for anybody that goes to
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dares
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to speak against the uh the narrative
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and the agenda
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uh that you you’ve hit on so many
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different things there in your little
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discussion that
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uh we could go on independently on for
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days about the globalization
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uh the foreign influence where we’re
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we’re experiencing that
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at such astronomical level here in
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canada
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um and i think a lot of what we’re
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having to deal with is
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misguided misdirected attention
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like you say russia russia russia russia
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russia
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when that is not where we need to be
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actually looking in fact the truth
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lies elsewhere and it has a bright red
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flag and three
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three three-digit acronym and
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it is uh canadians
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are not a stupid people and we’re aware
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of
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so much of this and we’re getting lost
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in the shadows of discussions now we’ve
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got a
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uh a so-called prime minister who’s
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actually the leader of a rogue service
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corporation
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that has got two canadians left locked
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up in a chinese prison
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while we’ve got well we’ve got uh hawaii
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5g
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executive under you know five-star
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uh elite house arrest here in canada
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and and nothing is being talked about so
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we see this
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fear from our government and this
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cow towing of our government and we’re
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seeing the information that is being
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passed
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to china through our government and
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through the infrastructure that
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they have created in canada giving
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canada to china
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and this giant unprotected border
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between
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the united states and and canada so
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we’re up here
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seeing a chinese communist or u.n
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soldier behind every bush and tree
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not a russian well and that’s
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that’s accurate i mean china is clearly
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the greater danger than
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compared to russia and i would say the
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the what’s important is to view this
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uh or at least to take into consider
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consideration
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and understand the chinese perspective
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for the for china they view the
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the world as a single entity and
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they want it under their control and so
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they
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their their strategy and tactics always
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relate back to that so
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uh i would say that the best description
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this came actually from a canadian who
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who said this to me who had been
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formerly working on intelligence issues
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in canada uh that what china’s doing is
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they’re building themselves
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uh an aircraft carrier out of canada
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it’s floating if you will on
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land but it’s it’s floating next to
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united states and there’s a
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perfect platform from which to continue
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these attacks against the united states
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so
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i think that’s clearly what it is that
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the china
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intends and is very active and very
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advanced
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in their their plans to essentially
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create this aircraft carrier attack base
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out of out of canada
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and of course they want to control
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canada and every place else too so it
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it solves a number of issues from their
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perspective
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and uh we see just
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so many things the the west coast the
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you know the bc
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uh area of of canada being on the
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pacific
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coast is part of that pacific rim where
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you see the chinese
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just really they view that as their
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backyard
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and so they’re very very active they’re
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in the united states it’s the same thing
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too they’re by far the most active
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in uh washington state which of course
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borders canada
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oregon which is in the middle between uh
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washington state and california so
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the west coast united states is only
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three states mostly california and then
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the other half is basically washington
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state and oregon
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and the chinese are extraordinarily
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active in there
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ask yourself why have all these huge
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riots that are unending i don’t know if
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you get the news on this up there but
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there have been riots straight through
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for what four months now in portland
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oregon every day
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i think it was funding there 828 days or
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129 days and counting
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there exactly well who’s funding that
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and a lot of that funding is coming out
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of china
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and who is it connected to and tifa and
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black lives matter now there are other
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people’s funding
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as well but you do not do anything for
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128 days that costs a lot of money
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because those protesters are paid
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they’re paid
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the materials that they use there people
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come out and dump out
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basic weapons rocks and bricks and
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frozen water bottles and
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baseball bats and they drop them out
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there for those crowds and those crowds
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then use those to riot
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you have agitators within the crowds now
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and understand
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that requires training so you have
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people that are well trained well
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where’d they get that training and trust
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me when i say this
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training is expensive it’s expensive
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because it’s just the nature of the
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beast to go through that
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so somebody’s been spending a lot of
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time and money building up this effort
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that’s that’s now playing itself out and
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where on the west coast
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and why because it’s one of the pacific
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rim
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areas in which it’s easy for china to be
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effective
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now don’t think for one instant that
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instance that those
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riots are not on the menu for canada
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because they are and there’s protest
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yes there’s protests taking place and
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the moment that the communists decide
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that left extreme leftist movement
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decides it’s time to burn the country
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down
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for their own purposes they’re gonna do
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it so
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one you know i i think canada and and
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in many ways the united states uh are
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ill-prepared we have a huge advantage in
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the sense that we have
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president trump who’s willing to stand
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up and work against this stuff
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uh whereas in canada with the prime
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minister with prime minister trudeau
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you have somebody who’s essentially and
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you characterized him earlier as as
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afraid of china i believe
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or fearful something like that of china
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which i think that’s
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true that that’s an element of it but i
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think it’s more than that i think he’s
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actually
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friendly to china i think he wants this
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relationship with china
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and so it’s more than just being fearful
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i i think it’s
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something that he actively is interested
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in doing
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which of course that puts him on a
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completely different different plane
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with
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with us the united states because of
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president trump so i would characterize
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canada’s situation as more peaceful
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uh at the at the particular moment but
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potentially far far worse and as these
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migrants have been coming into canada
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pouring in
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to a relatively you know small country
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population-wise
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uh territory but population-wise uh
20:45
these migrants are forming a large block
20:47
of people that are going to vote for
20:49
trudeau forever i suppose so i i
20:53
i just see this shaping up where
20:56
the negative influence the extreme left
20:58
socialist movement in canada
21:00
is just winning battle after battle
21:02
after battle now
21:04
they’re winning these elections there i
21:06
don’t know are they are they using
21:08
mail-in ballots and
21:09
mark them for you before they get mailed
21:11
in i don’t know that seems to be what’s
21:13
happening here today
21:15
i don’t know but the the problems are
21:16
shaping up to be quite serious
21:19
the the uh the electorate here has been
21:22
deeply corrupted
21:23
and damaged uh under this prime minister
21:26
uh he really altered things
21:30
he made it possible so that people could
21:32
vote multiple times in different regions
21:34
um he absolutely flooded uh certain
21:37
regions
21:38
uh everything you described in there is
21:40
absolutely 100 accurate he is an active
21:42
player
21:43
on behalf of china the general
21:46
population
21:47
would probably agree on and and
21:50
considering now and this is where it
21:53
goes to
21:54
some of the other stories that you’ve
21:56
been talking to a little bit and that
21:57
are coming out down in the states this
21:59
is
22:00
what ultimately brought me to brought
22:02
you to my attention
22:03
was what’s happening down there with joe
22:06
biden
22:06
and china now this is a very
22:10
just has very deep connections
22:12
considering the relationship between
22:14
our government and china and its past
22:18
history there has been hundreds and
22:20
hundreds of millions of dollars
22:22
transferred between
22:23
trudeau’s foundations and clinton’s
22:26
foundations
22:27
and this uh very deeply invested
22:30
invested uh collaboration between these
22:34
folks
22:35
and now paperwork’s coming out that
22:38
thankfully mr trump is forcing out
22:41
because
22:42
the the people in control of this
22:45
information have been
22:46
rather reluctant to release this but uh
22:49
how’s this connected can you elaborate
22:51
what can you tell us about that
22:52
and any updates on that well uh
22:56
the first of all the sort of the basis
22:59
of the problem is
23:00
is what you’re laying out there and it’s
23:02
this philosophical agreement
23:04
on what they want it’s the globalization
23:07
movement of which they view
23:08
china as an active partner i guess would
23:11
be their view
23:12
a stupid way to view china because china
23:14
is nobody’s partner
23:15
they they only rule they don’t they
23:17
don’t partner up
23:18
so you know there’s a you can just look
23:20
at these people go well they’re just
23:21
they’ve got their heads firmly up their
23:23
rear already
23:24
uh but they’re philosophically in
23:26
alignment so trudeau
23:28
and hillary clinton and these exchange
23:30
of monies
23:31
they view themselves as fellow travelers
23:34
like-minded
23:35
greatly enlightened brilliant thinkers
23:37
they they view themselves
23:38
as this which as i pointed out i mean
23:41
nothing could be further from the truth
23:43
but uh they’re interested in the money
23:45
and the power and the influence and the
23:47
prestige
23:48
and they share these goals of how to do
23:50
it the bidens the obamas
23:52
all of these these people and they form
23:55
an elite there of which we also have a
23:57
problem
23:58
in that there are republicans uh that
24:01
have
24:02
bought into that and are also involved
24:05
so you have elements of both parties
24:07
here in the u.s
24:08
that don’t want this to come out there’s
24:11
this as in a similar way is playing out
24:13
in canada
24:14
where you have a lot of people in power
24:15
that are making big serious money out of
24:18
this
24:18
and they don’t want to be found out they
24:21
don’t want the party to ever
24:22
end and there’s there’s a couple of
24:25
politicians in the united states
24:27
through their spouses that have made you
24:29
know
24:30
three four five hundred million dollars
24:32
you know serious
24:33
money certainly by my standard i don’t
24:35
know about you but
24:36
you know four or five hundred million
24:38
dollars to me is big money
24:39
and uh so you know that’s that’s the
24:42
kind of money these guys are making out
24:44
of these deals and that’s done by doing
24:46
business with china so it’s just it’s
24:48
just this shared philosophical thing and
24:50
that’s why you see all this interchange
24:52
and
24:52
i would say to everybody don’t think for
24:54
an instance
24:55
that just because hunter biden who and
24:58
by the way that pipe that he’s with the
25:00
viewers are telling me that that’s not a
25:02
crack pipe
25:02
that’s a meth pipe so you know he’s not
25:05
a crackhead he’s a meth head so that’s
25:07
an important distinction
25:08
so you’ve got this meth head kid that
25:11
forgets
25:11
he ever had a computer and in his drug
25:14
haze and leaves it this guy gets
25:16
it so by pure luck by pure happenstance
25:19
we happen to have this little window
25:22
into these behind the scenes deals where
25:24
he’s negotiating 10 million dollars with
25:27
the chinese
25:28
these are bribes and payoff and it’s
25:30
influence operation
25:32
for bribery you know it’s it’s now okay
25:34
you want us to do something else okay
25:36
bribe us again it’s going to be this
25:37
much and that’s what we saw in ukraine
25:40
that’s how they do
25:40
business they’re all that way this is
25:43
that little tiny
25:44
tip of the iceberg and the rest of it is
25:47
floating underneath the surface of the
25:49
water
25:50
and that’s that
25:53
globalist methodology that they’re using
25:56
they believe
25:57
because they believe they’re brilliant
25:59
and they’re
26:00
they’re seeing out into the future the
26:02
best for all humanity or whatever it is
26:04
that arrogance they believe they’re
26:06
entitled to these things
26:07
so that’s that’s that group of which
26:09
trudeau is a player
26:11
he’s in with that group of people he
26:12
views the situation precisely that way
26:15
and you know really what you have is
26:17
kind of a you know
26:19
a turd in the punch bowl whose eyebrow
26:21
eyebrow falls off every year
26:25
that’s one one of his eyebrows i i i
26:28
told through uh unconfirmable sources
26:31
that there’s
26:32
five uh apparently trudeau’s running
26:35
around there you never know which one
26:36
you’re
26:37
to get one of them may have such a
26:39
distinct gap between his teeth we got
26:41
we’ve actually nicknamed him chip
26:45
um but it’s uh these are these are
26:48
things that
26:50
we’ve been seeing uh from the you know
26:52
the the grassroots level
26:54
right from day one of mr trudeau you’re
26:57
right
26:57
both parties are are in on this he is
27:00
not
27:00
uh the one that he’s only the current
27:03
face of this globalist movement right
27:05
now
27:06
and uh the the difference between i’ve
27:09
said this often between him and and the
27:11
party in power before him is one was
27:13
flamboyant
27:14
one was just a little more presented a
27:16
little more humbly
27:18
uh and they actually signed canada into
27:21
some of these
27:23
agreements that have created this global
27:26
expectancy now
27:28
that canada has commitments to live up
27:30
to maintain their global place
27:32
in this new world order and i don’t
27:35
think the depths of that have been
27:36
truly understood by the people in until
27:39
here now where
27:40
trudeau firmly believes that he is you
27:42
know doing a righteous thing
27:44
taking us canada into being the first
27:47
post-nation state of the united nations
27:50
ultimately controlled by china and the
27:52
financiers
27:54
of the uh elite narcissists that
27:57
uh think that they’re entitled to rule
28:00
the world and then this leads into so
28:02
many other
28:04
nefarious things that we’re obviously
28:06
never going to get a chance to get into
28:07
today
28:09
where is the next big voice coming from
28:13
in this fight now we’ve heard that
28:15
trudeau is involved in this
28:17
uh that was the first interview that i
28:19
saw of yours that and
28:20
is there an update on these emails that
28:23
is there any more evidence coming out
28:25
that’s pointing to
28:26
our prime minister and anyone else no
28:29
not yet unfortunately i’m waiting for
28:31
that myself
28:32
very impatiently and uh it’s it’s
28:35
um uh president trump ordered that these
28:39
documents be released unredacted
28:42
he immediately got pushed back from the
28:44
director of the cia
28:45
gina haspel uh according to the
28:48
federalist which
28:49
federalists is pretty good they’re
28:51
they’re the ones that have been put to
28:52
put together the list of
28:54
recommended people for the uh supreme
28:56
court that president trump has been
28:58
using and they’ve they’ve done a pretty
28:59
good job so they’re reporting that the
29:01
gina haspel
29:02
haspel is personally blocking all of
29:05
this stuff
29:06
well uh
29:09
since all of this stuff is based on
29:11
things that are not really intelligence
29:13
related
29:14
i find it unlikely a low probability
29:18
that there’s true classified information
29:21
in these documents
29:23
that requires redaction because a lot of
29:26
this is based on the steele dossier for
29:27
example which was a document
29:29
paid for by hillary clinton and just
29:32
made up document i could sit in my
29:34
basement write up a document and then
29:36
you know pass it out to everybody and
29:38
you know what there is no basis for any
29:40
of that being classified
29:41
so uh it it to me it’s a strong
29:44
indication
29:45
a strong indicator that gina haspel has
29:50
other motives not protecting national
29:52
secrets and
29:54
so of course she’s very tied in to all
29:56
these same people
29:58
and there’s a number of things about her
30:00
that i find worrisome for example
30:02
when she was nominated mike pompeo was
30:04
the director of the cia he moved over to
30:07
state department and then uh suggested
30:10
uh gina haspel take over as director of
30:12
the cia
30:13
when that took place there was a
30:14
political campaign that that was
30:16
instigated
30:18
uh pushing her for that slot and there
30:20
was
30:21
advertising and people coming out for
30:23
interviews well
30:25
who organized and paid for that and
30:28
why you know nobody’s ever spent money
30:31
doing that before
30:32
that was a first so we do political
30:35
campaigns now for the
30:36
whoever’s appointed to the director of
30:37
the cia i mean i don’t like any of that
30:40
i just see that whole thing and
30:41
and have to hold my nose because i know
30:43
there’s problems there i can’t tell you
30:45
precisely
30:45
what went wrong but it would be like a
30:47
law enforcement
30:48
officer walking into a room and finding
30:51
a dead body with two bullet holes in the
30:53
head
30:54
you know you may not know who did it but
30:56
you know there’s something wrong with
30:57
that that that was not a
30:58
was not a suicide so this is one of
31:01
those things you know i can’t tell you
31:02
precisely who’s guilty of what
31:04
uh with with this you know who did what
31:06
but i’m telling you it’s wrong
31:08
and that campaign that she ran just that
31:11
smells to high heaven so
31:13
uh she’s was a close friend of john uh
31:16
of john brennan
31:17
she traveled with john brennan to go to
31:19
john mccain’s
31:20
uh funeral all those are this part of
31:23
this elitist group
31:25
of which apparently she now views
31:27
herself a member
31:28
and uh so is it covering for friends
31:32
is it covering for herself i think all
31:35
of those
31:36
uh those elements of this are the more
31:38
likely
31:39
reason for her having stepped in
31:41
immediately and
31:42
fighting president trump tooth nail on
31:44
stopping this information
31:46
from coming out now since that u.s
31:49
attorney general barr
31:50
has said no no no we’re gonna we’re not
31:52
just gonna pass all this stuff
31:54
out we’re gonna take a look at it and
31:55
see what needs to be redacted now
31:57
uh i have relative faith
32:01
in and john and uh us attorney general
32:04
barr
32:05
uh so i’m hoping that he’s gonna go
32:07
through this and only redact the
32:09
portions that are truly
32:11
uh classified that need to be redacted
32:13
you know which is blacked out in other
32:14
words
32:15
and the problem is that neither he nor
32:18
these people around him are intelligence
32:20
professionals
32:21
so i don’t know that they’ve got the
32:24
judgment required
32:25
to do it where it would be child’s play
32:27
for somebody like me
32:29
they just don’t have the expertise just
32:30
like i could not step into his shoes
32:33
and run you know a prosecution the
32:37
prosecution’s in the united states
32:39
because it’s not my background uh it’s
32:41
the same thing in reverse
32:43
he’s not an intelligence professional
32:44
and cannot step into my shoes
32:46
and know what should be protected and
32:48
what should not be because it’s not his
32:49
business
32:50
he doesn’t know he’s not a not a
32:51
professional at it so
32:53
i just i worry about those two aspects i
32:56
think we can trust him
32:57
but i uh but you know i’m waiting to see
33:00
these indictments come out from the
33:02
john us attorney john durham which is
33:04
all the fisa scandal and
33:06
and these abuses that have been used to
33:09
target president trump so i’m waiting to
33:11
see all of that
33:12
which would would make my trust in him
33:15
go you know through the ceiling
33:16
but also the aspect of who’s he having
33:18
do it
33:19
because if he’s bringing over people
33:21
from the cia
33:22
who’s gina haskell going to send you
33:24
know if it’s people from the fbi
33:27
who is fbi director christopher reagan
33:29
ascend these are not going to be people
33:32
that want to see the truth come out
33:34
these are going to be one of
33:35
going to be people that are going to
33:36
want to protect their own
33:38
so it’s it’s it’s i just don’t know but
33:41
i’m
33:41
i’m waiting very impatiently to have
33:43
some of this information start to come
33:44
out
33:45
but you’ve got uh elements that control
33:47
it lined up against it happening
33:49
even though president trump has ordered
33:51
it to be done um
33:53
he could legally now see here’s part of
33:55
the problem too
33:56
president trump is not a politician okay
33:58
that’s the good news
34:00
bad news is in some ways you know
34:02
president trump is not a politician
34:04
so he doesn’t understand government very
34:06
well
34:07
and as president united states he could
34:09
have all that stuff
34:10
printed out for him all the classified
34:12
documents
34:13
print it out for him in plain text print
34:16
out 100 copies of it
34:17
and go i hereby declassify all this
34:20
and here’s a copy for you here’s a copy
34:22
for you here’s a copy for you
34:24
that’s legal legal he has the
34:26
authorities under the law
34:27
to do that now uh if he
34:31
got if he ruined something by doing it
34:33
then he might get some
34:34
getting some trouble over that there
34:36
would be some repercussions but
34:38
it’s one of the things that most people
34:39
don’t realize us but as a
34:41
chief of station for the cia which is
34:44
the head of an office
34:45
overseas for the cia you have
34:49
the authority to just to declassify
34:51
documents
34:52
so for example in canada the chief of
34:55
station
34:56
uh gets documents that we share with the
34:59
canadians
35:00
uh the canadian service they are rcmp
35:02
intelligence units
35:03
those documents have to be declassified
35:06
by our system
35:07
to be handed over now they’re maintained
35:09
as classified by canada
35:11
uh separately but that’s a
35:13
classification process that’s the
35:14
canadian responsibility
35:16
but the declassification authorities to
35:19
allow that to be passed
35:21
are the chief of station’s authorities
35:23
so it’s something that i’ve actually
35:24
worked with a great deal
35:25
and i’m familiar with now one of the
35:28
problems for president trump
35:30
who as i said huge supporter uh i think
35:32
he’s doing a great job
35:34
uh is is that he just doesn’t have
35:36
people around him that know that
35:37
most of the people involved in politics
35:39
and i find this to be kind of generally
35:41
true
35:42
also in canada but here uh you have the
35:45
the guy who might be old like president
35:47
trump’s an older guy he’s in his 70s
35:49
a lot of the senators and congressmen
35:51
are older in their 60s and 70s
35:54
uh but their staffs tend to be all young
35:57
they all tend to be people in their 30s
35:58
well
35:59
you need a dastardly old fart like
36:02
myself
36:03
somewhere in that mix so you got the
36:05
guys that know how all this crap works
36:07
who can say no no you you 25 year olds
36:10
just sit back for a moment and let
36:12
grandpa explain
36:13
and this is how you need to play this
36:15
game you want to win
36:16
do this and there’s just not enough of
36:19
that mixed into what trump’s got going
36:21
on he’s got
36:22
a lot of young big supporters good
36:24
people smart all that
36:26
but they haven’t lived in the swamp for
36:28
a few decades like people like myself
36:30
have
36:30
so i i would i would you know pepper
36:34
your crew with with guys like myself and
36:36
i’m not looking to go back in by the way
36:38
but you want to pepper your crew with
36:41
people like myself
36:42
who’ve been around for a long long long
36:44
time who know all the ins and outs
36:46
know the tricks know the dirty tricks
36:48
know how administratively to play the
36:50
game to get done what you want so
36:52
uh it’s it it’s one of those things your
36:56
your initial question is when are we
36:57
going to get that stuff and i don’t know
37:00
it’s just the forces have lined up
37:01
against it i hope it’s coming out
37:03
soon i’m really looking forward to it
37:05
there’s no question
37:06
in my mind at least that trudeau
37:10
is going to be prominently noticed in
37:11
these documents and i’m waiting for that
37:13
i want to
37:14
i want to definitely come back and do a
37:16
special when we get that stuff
37:18
oh absolutely any time uh there’s i
37:21
some there’s other uh
37:24
things that that uh i don’t know if it’s
37:27
just because that’s where
37:28
my chasing the money has led me to
37:31
uh through other things that connect to
37:34
this this whole biden
37:36
clan and the ukraine uh canada has got a
37:40
deep
37:40
relationship with ukraine that goes back
37:42
a long long ways
37:44
and some of when i when i see the
37:47
barista uh
37:50
information dripping out a little bit
37:52
here a little bit there
37:54
and and i see that same corporation
37:57
having huge holdings and huge influence
37:59
in canada
38:01
and then we see the the connections
38:03
between
38:04
christian freeland and the ukraine and
38:07
to the biden and and
38:10
clinton side of the fence these things
38:13
all beg deep requestions so this is
38:17
i mean as much as we we in canada care
38:20
about
38:21
what’s happening with mr trump we’re
38:23
seeing little slivers of
38:24
of light or cracks in this information
38:27
that
38:28
that are have influence maybe more so
38:31
here in canada
38:32
to what we’re looking at than what is in
38:34
this uh
38:35
maybe being looked at from parties down
38:39
in the states
38:40
uh i am pretty sure if if i was uh
38:43
in any one of those 17 agencies down
38:46
there
38:47
i would be looking at our government in
38:49
canada as an enemy
38:50
not as an ally at this point and that’s
38:53
saying that
38:54
as a deeply disappointed canadian most
38:56
canadians i i think if you walk down the
38:58
street would concur
39:00
with my thoughts on that um
39:03
so we’re this is this is i guess one of
39:05
the things that you know
39:07
we’ve got more than our share of meth
39:08
heads up here too that forgets you know
39:13
is and how does this uh we know
39:17
it smells very much bad
39:20
we know our politicians up here where
39:23
their interests their allegiances
39:25
their history lies uh christopher
39:27
freeland i believe is probably one of
39:29
the most dangerous people in canada in
39:31
her association
39:33
with george soros and her father
39:35
actually
39:36
coming across from being uh her
39:39
grandfather sorry was
39:41
the head of hitler’s printing operation
39:44
in world war ii so we’ve got some of
39:46
these deep-seated
39:48
connections going generationally
39:51
having impact in problems that we’re
39:54
seeing exposed today
39:56
like in ukraine anything you can shed
40:00
light on with that
40:01
with ukraine yeah give let me you
40:03
started this off by talking about
40:05
uh whether you know canada is actually a
40:08
friend of the united states
40:10
anymore and uh yeah i mean i don’t the
40:12
people are people i you know the
40:13
differences between canadians and
40:15
americans at just the
40:16
normal person level are kind of minimal
40:18
i mean uh
40:20
i understand what you’re saying
40:21
perfectly even though you speak canadian
40:23
and i speak
40:24
what uscn or whatever and so
40:27
you know there’s just a lot of areas
40:28
that we can get along i mean i would say
40:30
probably canadians are a little better
40:32
at picking out the best beers and things
40:35
like that than the american crowd
40:37
uh at any rate the government is a
40:40
different entity
40:41
from the people and certainly this is
40:43
part of the problem we’re seeing that
40:44
separate more and more in both canada us
40:46
and western europe
40:48
and uh in canada
40:52
there’s been a lot of stuff going on
40:53
that’s that’s badly suppressed
40:55
informationally and
40:56
i think we’ve we’ve seen a lot of
40:58
examples of it but just
41:00
i’ll just mention a couple but for
41:02
example
41:03
uh there’s a a level four lab i believe
41:06
it’s winnipeg in winnipeg
41:08
uh that’s the level four lab where viral
41:11
studies
41:11
are have been taking place for decades
41:14
in canada
41:14
that’s part of the network that that
41:16
works with some of the level four labs
41:18
the united states and it’s a
41:20
um you know there’s a little uh there’s
41:23
it’s a limited group of people that work
41:25
in that highly specialized area that
41:27
have the wherewithal and so and level
41:29
four labs are not growing on every
41:31
street corner so
41:32
it’s limited the number of people that
41:34
can be involved now uh what was it three
41:36
years ago or four years ago
41:38
the people that were in charge of one of
41:40
the main elements of investigation of
41:42
the viral lab in winnipeg
41:44
were a chinese couple from china and it
41:47
was a husband and wife the wife was the
41:49
one who was the head of the
41:50
viral department and as it turns out she
41:52
was stealing all that
41:54
classified information and taking it
41:56
back periodically to china
41:58
and where was she headed just take a
41:59
wild guess if your guess is wuhan
42:02
you’re right that’s where she was going
42:04
to the level 4 lab and
42:06
which is of sources these are stories
42:08
we’ve been covering for the last
42:09
year and we get told go put your tinfoil
42:12
hat on
42:13
uh you’re uh you’re a racist uh you know
42:16
so uh it’s great to hear you
42:19
corroborating exactly these
42:20
these these things oh yeah it’s
42:23
absolutely true i mean it’s absolutely
42:25
true and they were
42:26
what they they called it it’s kind of
42:27
funny to look through
42:29
the hoops they jump through what they
42:30
call this stuff but they they described
42:32
it as what irregularities and handling
42:35
of classified information
42:36
which that’s you know in the cia we call
42:38
that stealing
42:40
but you know politics call it
42:42
irregularities so they were stealing all
42:44
this stuff taking it back to wuhan
42:46
now in the united states we’ve had i
42:48
think four different individuals maybe
42:50
more who were caught in the airports
42:54
stealing samples and data from
42:57
our level four labs on their way back to
43:00
again wuhan to the level four lab there
43:04
and uh who are all these people doing
43:07
all this stuff who is that
43:08
why now why is intelligence
43:12
involved in stealing virus related
43:16
information over the last 10 years
43:19
why are they involved in stealing virus
43:22
information to take back to this lab and
43:24
move on
43:24
now it’s intelligent stuff so that’s
43:26
chinese military intelligence
43:28
that’s their their they have various
43:30
intelligence agencies
43:31
all of them are involved in this now in
43:34
case there’s any question
43:35
ladies and gentlemen boys and girls
43:37
these intelligence agencies out of china
43:39
don’t give a wit
43:41
about cures for viruses that’s not the
43:43
business intelligence is in
43:45
intelligence is in the business of
43:47
creating weapons
43:49
and if it’s a if it’s a a virus
43:52
a viral weapon that’s the stuff they’re
43:54
working on
43:55
they’ve been stealing this information
43:57
out of the us and china for at least 10
43:58
years
43:59
and all headed back to woohan so now i
44:02
can’t i’m not suggesting that that’s
44:05
absolute proof that this was a bio
44:07
weapon that escaped or a bio weapon that
44:10
was let loose
44:11
but what i am saying is anyone who says
44:13
that there’s no evidence
44:15
of this being a bio weapon is a ball
44:17
face liar
44:18
that’s an absolute lie there’s clearly
44:21
evidence and i just related some to you
44:23
they’ve been stealing their intelligence
44:25
has been stealing
44:26
virus information for at least 10 years
44:29
out of the united states and canada
44:31
to take back to the wuhan lab and and
44:32
they like i said
44:34
chinese intelligence doesn’t do cures
44:36
for viruses
44:37
so they may also in hand be
44:39
investigating that
44:40
but for intelligence to be involved that
44:43
means it’s bioweapon related
44:45
also in canada uh and this is
44:49
oddly suppressed too but the a guy mr
44:52
ortiz who’s in charge of the
44:55
one yes uh who’s in charge of one of the
44:58
the uh intelligence platforms within the
45:00
rcmp
45:02
is arrested and and for spying for who
45:04
exactly china
45:05
and for a long time in the in the papers
45:08
that have surfaced so far it’s at least
45:09
seven years
45:10
well now being an intelligence
45:12
professional that means that’s when they
45:15
as soon as they tracked him down
45:16
realized that he was the spy
45:18
which by the way the information to
45:21
catch that guy
45:22
came from the united states not canada
45:24
canada wasn’t looking
45:26
it was forced upon them by the united
45:28
states they then figured out who he was
45:30
in a joint operation rcmp
45:32
fbi they figured out who the guy was and
45:34
they were able to trace back
45:36
his activities and confirmed that at
45:38
least the last seven years
45:40
he was spying for the chinese now how
45:42
long was he spying before them we don’t
45:44
know
45:44
could have easily been longer that’s
45:46
only the the first time you just
45:47
did that you have information that lets
45:49
you pinpoint it
45:51
doesn’t mean that’s when it began so
45:53
this guy was in a position he
45:55
every little bit of five eyes
45:57
information which i’ll
45:58
mention what that is too but every
46:00
single bit of that was shared with the
46:02
chinese then
46:03
which that’s a devastating blow and
46:06
why wasn’t why wasn’t canada looking for
46:08
this why weren’t they aware why weren’t
46:10
they
46:11
you know kind of on their guard against
46:13
that sort of stuff their
46:14
counter espionage uh you know
46:18
clearly failed their counter espionage
46:20
efforts clearly
46:21
failed to have such a huge huge
46:24
leak i mean that’s massive and other
46:27
than five eyes too it’s
46:29
it’s a cooperation that began following
46:31
world war ii between
46:33
new zealand the united states australia
46:35
canada and england uk
46:37
and it started out as sharing
46:40
sigint signals collected intelligence
46:44
uh information and then it has grown
46:46
since then
46:47
to share everything so that guy every
46:50
single bit and
46:52
canada does run overseas intelligence
46:55
operations
46:56
they do have reporting sources all that
46:58
sort of stuff
46:59
overseas now i know that’s not widely
47:01
discussed certainly wouldn’t want to
47:03
provide any details on it but those
47:04
things exist
47:06
that guy saw every single bit of it knew
47:08
everybody involved knew who was doing
47:10
what to whom
47:11
and he ported it all back to the chinese
47:13
he would have also received some
47:15
information
47:16
out of the united states and all those
47:17
countries i mentioned that are members
47:18
of the five eyes
47:20
some of that was human based human
47:22
espionage related
47:23
information now if i start seeing
47:25
reports of a classified nature that are
47:27
stolen from the united states of america
47:30
and i’m finding out that the chinese
47:31
have them
47:33
i look through all that and you can
47:34
start working backwards to figure out
47:37
who is the source which is you know
47:39
essentially how we caught
47:41
this ortiz guy in canada um
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47:47
has been doing uh overseas intelligence
47:50
operations since the inception of five
47:52
eyes or
47:53
do you know no as well
47:56
um
47:59
you know i don’t know when the
48:01
intelligence branch or division within
48:03
the rcmp was created
48:05
but uh you know they they would have
48:07
gotten involved from the
48:09
from the get-go and one of the things
48:11
that came out of world war
48:13
ii and i’m talking about sigint the
48:15
signals collection
48:16
uh was was in the pacific theater
48:20
of world war ii uh sigint was
48:23
extraordinarily important and i would
48:25
say that that the allies
48:28
uh of which canada was a part uh
48:32
won the war in the south pacific uh
48:35
much faster and and much less painfully
48:39
uh because of of intelligence there were
48:41
a lot of uh
48:42
a lot of major battles battle of midway
48:44
and other battles
48:45
were one based on intelligence so
48:49
the navy particularly but out of that
48:52
specific theater
48:53
recognized just how important that was
48:56
and as i said
48:57
canada was a player in all of that so
49:00
at following world war ii the the close
49:02
allies formed this
49:04
this five eyes and canada was a player
49:06
for a reason
49:07
so when five eyes was formed canada had
49:11
some capability to contribute or they
49:13
wouldn’t have been included
49:14
so i would phrase it that way now when
49:17
they moved on and how active they’ve
49:19
become but
49:20
uh you know i you know i’m not sure how
49:22
much i want to get into that sort of
49:23
stuff for canada but
49:24
they became they foreign world war two
49:27
recognized how valuable that was and
49:29
continued
49:30
to contribute since then and those
49:32
efforts have expanded
49:34
now canada has not gone to the trouble i
49:36
guess
49:37
or or don’t believe it’s where they need
49:40
to spend their time and money
49:41
to create a separate say civilian
49:44
intelligence organization
49:46
to go do you know intelligence
49:49
operations overseas
49:50
uh might be budgetary driven uh and i
49:53
and i actually don’t know that much
49:55
about canadian military but there are
49:57
going to be intelligence
49:58
units within the the canadian military
50:01
as well so
50:02
they do somewhat different things
50:03
they’re looking at order battle
50:05
information and so on
50:06
but they also have to have them in order
50:08
to share intelligence with other units
50:11
if they’re going to be integrated
50:13
working with say the americans or
50:15
nato countries and things like that
50:17
there has to be the capability to
50:18
integrate
50:19
intelligence information so those
50:21
different platforms and capabilities
50:23
exist in canada
50:24
and canada has been active in in that
50:27
arena if you will for a very very long
50:29
time
50:30
yeah uh and this this just helps me get
50:32
a a a
50:33
better uh sense i guess
50:36
of how big of a role canada plays in
50:40
in the foreign intelligence industry and
50:43
within
50:43
five eyes itself um and this
50:47
leads me back again in my mind thinking
50:49
two questions okay well we know that uh
50:52
there’s just there’s a disagreement
50:54
between the five eyes community
50:55
over y5g and we’ve got their exec
50:59
uh under mandated arrest here in canada
51:02
and
51:03
and so i’m just trying to get a sense of
51:06
of how much of a how much influence
51:10
canada actually has in all of that and
51:12
on which side of the fence it’s landing
51:14
because i don’t think
51:14
it benefits the average canadian at this
51:17
point in time where the way i see
51:19
the chips starting to fall when it comes
51:21
to that
51:23
well one thing i will say is in canada
51:25
you do not want huawei
51:27
to be running 5g in canada and
51:31
uh that’s definitely the way it was
51:33
headed with the cfo
51:34
being held uh and under uh under us
51:38
indictment and
51:39
uh all of those things pending um
51:43
hopefully it won’t go forward anyway but
51:45
if china runs
51:46
through huawei your 5g chinese
51:49
intelligence will be exploiting every
51:50
aspect of that
51:52
and all your private information and
51:55
communications
51:56
and medical information all of those
51:58
things all your financial information
52:00
all that is going to be accessible by
52:03
the chinese
52:05
and if they want to put together a
52:06
profile on you for example
52:08
because they think you’re anti-communist
52:11
and talking bad about communist china
52:13
they’ll put it together and they have
52:15
absolute capability to destroy you
52:18
uh through many different methods and
52:20
you know any sort of
52:21
medical condition that you have that
52:22
would be embarrassing for whatever
52:24
reason
52:25
i’m not saying you do have that i’m just
52:26
saying you know hypothetically
52:28
any of that sort of information they
52:30
they’ll have access to all of that
52:32
through 5g and can can use these things
52:35
to
52:35
to target people you’re just not going
52:37
to have secrets uh
52:39
from them they’ll also have access to
52:41
your
52:42
electrical grid they want to shut it
52:43
down to prove a point it’s a push of a
52:45
button
52:46
you know these these things are very
52:47
dangerous to put in the hands of the
52:49
chinese because they’re
52:50
they’re interested in in world
52:52
domination that’s who and what they are
52:55
well that’s that’s where mr trudeau
52:57
giving them
52:58
permission to put armed forces on the
53:00
grounds in canada to
53:02
protect their assets in canada
53:05
is uh extremely extremely disturbing i
53:08
don’t know
53:10
any particulars on that how many or or
53:13
where or
53:13
anything like that um but these are
53:16
are things that we are being hid from
53:19
canadians and
53:21
likely probably not bragged about to
53:24
the american intelligence i’m hoping and
53:27
praying that
53:28
they they their 17 agencies have got a
53:30
close eye on that which i’m sure they do
53:32
and paying attention to it and and that
53:35
uh just uh
53:36
we’re getting we’re getting on close on
53:37
the hour mark here um
53:40
on this whole chinese discussion uh
53:43
there was a video that you did uh shared
53:46
some information on within the last
53:48
couple of days that’s really been
53:49
circulating and running rapid about
53:52
chinese troops on canadian soil uh share
53:56
with us
53:56
the truth about that little video now we
53:59
it’s for the audience and
54:00
i’m not gonna bring a video and show it
54:02
uh there was a fella in british columbia
54:05
who happened to capture some what
54:08
appeared to be
54:09
camouflaged troops jogging down the side
54:12
of the road training and this video has
54:14
been sent to me
54:14
10 000 times since then
54:19
tell canadians what you what you uh
54:22
what’s going on there yeah i took i got
54:26
the video at it and
54:29
uh there were sorry
54:33
uh i took a look at the video and and
54:35
was able to kind of
54:36
i got a good very clear copy of it she
54:38
was able to kind of sit and go through
54:39
it
54:40
and the uh uh you could see that they
54:43
were it was
54:43
it was probably two-thirds women and
54:46
they were you know
54:47
everyone says they were marching
54:48
alongside the road they weren’t i mean
54:50
they were in two columns
54:51
moving forward in the same direction
54:53
sort of thing but again two-thirds of
54:55
women about a third men
54:56
they were in uh camouflaged uniforms but
55:00
uh they look chinese to me but i you
55:03
know the different
55:04
camouflage patterns used are very so i
55:07
wouldn’t say that with 100
55:08
certainty and they were clearly almost
55:10
all asian i didn’t see anyone that was
55:12
not
55:13
asian in there chinese looking in that
55:16
group
55:18
but one of the things i noticed right
55:19
away is they were not marching
55:21
the group was sort of loosely going
55:23
forward in a very
55:25
non-military manner and certain people
55:27
were
55:28
you know kind of trotting forward to
55:30
catch up with the
55:32
with the hike pace that they were going
55:34
at and some are moving back and they
55:36
were chatting and doing everything it
55:38
was
55:38
clearly a civilian crowd you could see
55:41
that they weren’t in particularly good
55:42
shape
55:43
uh all those things stood out to me
55:45
right away so i was
55:47
almost immediately concluded that this
55:49
was not some sort of
55:51
actual military uh marching
55:55
group of people and then later the
55:56
reporting came out from a guy in bc that
55:59
uh
55:59
that tracked it down and this was uh i
56:02
think he i
56:02
now forgive me if i get this wrong i i
56:04
think he called himself like banana boat
56:06
joe
56:07
or or something along those lines so if
56:09
i’m i’m off i’m sorry to
56:11
whoever it is i’ve insulted out in bc
56:13
but the um
56:16
uh his reporting on it was
56:20
that this is this retreat that is
56:22
organized by a chinese woman now
56:24
that chinese woman and and this is how
56:26
these things work
56:28
is gonna definitely have ties back to
56:30
the
56:31
communist party this is being done with
56:33
the
56:34
with their you know blessing if you will
56:37
and and being used to their purposes so
56:39
those big business contacts they’re all
56:41
the same going back to china
56:42
so this is something that they’re trying
56:44
to use to their advantage
56:45
but this is a retreat put on for people
56:48
who want to learn to be
56:49
uh i don’t know so there’s been a bunch
56:52
of programs like that through the years
56:53
where they’re going to be
56:55
learn to be charming and learn to be
56:57
successful and learn to make more money
56:59
and you know have a positive attitude
57:01
it’s one of the retreats that does that
57:03
sort of thing so they’re
57:04
putting them through the paces it’s kind
57:06
of a little bit of a a luxury resort
57:07
that’s been converted to this retreat
57:10
now there was one thing that came out of
57:12
that reporting that’s kind of
57:13
odd i mentioned it you know it it kind
57:16
of falls into what i call the rument
57:18
category which is you know i talk about
57:20
sigint signals intelligence
57:22
human human intelligence which is
57:24
espionage and then there’s rumen which
57:26
is rumors intelligence
57:27
and so it’s kind of a rumor more than
57:29
hard fact that i
57:30
i as i see it but there’s the rumors of
57:33
this chinese woman that came in and was
57:34
looking around at this
57:36
and kind of got suspicious and ended up
57:38
being hit by a car and taking to the
57:40
hawk taken to the hospital and dying
57:42
so there’s now some suspicions out in
57:44
the area by the locals that
57:46
maybe there’s something a lot more
57:47
nefarious going on here than that meets
57:49
the eye
57:50
i would tend to think it’s just an
57:53
accident the woman did die i mean that
57:55
part’s fact but
57:57
i would tend to think it’s more of a
57:58
coincidence and an accident
58:00
rather than that she was murdered
58:02
although both scenarios are certainly
58:04
reasonably possible uh because a retreat
58:08
of this nature
58:09
um a retreat of this nature
58:13
isn’t something where
58:16
uh the chinese need
58:19
to have this so highly classified that
58:21
if anybody sees
58:22
this what’s going on behind the scenes
58:24
they have to kill them
58:25
so i don’t i don’t see a motive on the
58:28
part of the chinese this is something
58:29
that they would be running
58:30
to gather in contacts with chinese
58:34
ethnic chinese people and find out more
58:37
about them put together a small dossier
58:39
on who they are
58:40
where they work all this so they build
58:42
their their portfolio
58:44
of who is available to them in canada
58:48
if they choose to contact them or use
58:50
them in some way
58:51
and uh remember a couple of i mean
58:55
let’s note a couple of things about it
58:57
china for the chinese culture
58:59
family is everything and so it’s
59:01
extraordinarily important
59:03
to someone who’s chinese most of these
59:06
people have family
59:07
back in china and canada is often used
59:11
as a springboard to get from
59:12
canada into the united states so there’s
59:15
a lot of things going on in
59:16
of that nature in canada at the same
59:19
time
59:20
by chinese law it is illegal
59:25
not to cooperate with chinese
59:27
intelligence if you’re requested to do
59:29
so
59:29
that’s the law so if a chinese
59:32
intelligence agent
59:34
goes to one of these people in canada or
59:37
goes to their mom
59:39
back in china and says you know
59:42
your daughter in canada is working for
59:43
us now or they go to the the daughter
59:46
in canada and say you’re working for us
59:47
now it’s illegal for her to refuse
59:50
so by chinese law so that means they can
59:52
take the whole family
59:54
under the law i mean following the law
59:56
they can take that person’s whole family
59:58
and execute them throw them in jail put
60:00
them in a you know in these
60:02
in these prison camps out with the
60:03
uyghurs whatever they want to do
60:05
they can do because they’re allowed to
60:06
punish them by law
60:08
for refusing to cooperate so there’s
60:10
tremendous pressure put on these people
60:13
and that’s something that’s actively
60:14
covered up by pretty much everybody
60:16
but even the united states you just
60:18
don’t see referral to it
60:19
because this is one of those things that
60:21
where you bump into people going oh
60:23
you hate chinese you’re racist well no
60:26
what i’m doing is pointing out how these
60:28
dastardly
60:29
communists in china treat their people
60:32
and
60:32
you’re you know what you’re doing is
60:35
ignoring ignoring
60:36
the cruelty of what these communists do
60:38
to their own people
60:40
and and i’m trying to bring that to
60:42
light versus saying you know
60:44
i i hate chinese or something but now
60:47
should ethnic chinese with family in
60:49
china be given a clearance in china
60:51
well i i mean i think you need to look
60:53
damn close at that
60:54
i think we need to look closer at that
60:56
here in the united states too
60:58
because they’re under a certain level of
61:01
pressure
61:02
that does not exist for many other
61:05
people now family ties
61:07
back to some country that’s hostile to
61:09
united states is always an issue it’s
61:11
always looked at
61:12
but it’s certainly uh it’s certainly
61:14
it’s it’s something that we see
61:16
over and over and over and over has been
61:18
used against us and the ethnic
61:21
chinese living in the united are
61:23
constantly targeted by the chinese
61:25
if they have access to something the
61:27
chinese want and like i said
61:29
that to me is what this this club this
61:32
retreat out in
61:33
and i guess it’s not too far from
61:35
vancouver
61:36
but anyway out in bc is is uh
61:39
is geared to do i mean that’s what makes
61:41
sense from an intelligence perspective
61:44
and they may try to somebody there
61:46
involved in that
61:47
is chinese intelligence and what they’re
61:49
doing is assessing all of these people
61:52
gathering information on all these
61:54
people to see who they want to target
61:57
building up the rolodex basically yeah
61:59
exactly
62:00
and if sorry go ahead please
62:05
one of the things that that has become
62:07
uh
62:08
basically the calling card in in canada
62:11
for their their community is is that
62:14
almost all of the resorts and tourist
62:16
areas
62:17
in the uh high high-profile regions of
62:20
this country
62:20
are now owned by uh people you know of
62:24
chinese descent so this is where we’re
62:27
now seeing
62:28
i mean it only stands to reason
62:30
everybody that has money
62:32
power influence business people they
62:34
frequent these high-end places
62:36
they’re this this is just a building in
62:39
the rolodex and and
62:41
i i think so this is where that being
62:44
a resort camp kind of thing
62:47
kind of brings a a little bit of red
62:50
flag for
62:50
what might be going on in some of these
62:52
other places that are
62:54
basically the entire regions or tourist
62:57
industry
62:58
regions have been bought up so they have
63:00
complete
63:01
eyes over the entire region you go to
63:04
the most luxurious resorts in canada and
63:06
it’s
63:07
chinese owned almost 100
63:12
they’re also doing they’re using their
63:14
belt and road program in canada
63:16
and that’s where they come in and they
63:18
make loans to build a
63:20
uh a convention center
63:23
with attached offices and all of this
63:25
stuff and they finance these big
63:27
projects now for local government
63:29
like let’s let’s stick with bc since
63:31
picking on them a lot today
63:32
let’s let’s take the bc government in
63:34
vancouver right i assume they’re in
63:35
vancouver
63:36
um and and and they’re faced with these
63:39
chinese coming to them saying
63:41
hey gee we’ve got this great development
63:43
project we really want to work with you
63:44
guys
63:45
we’ll finance it all your people are
63:47
going to build it so it’s going to be
63:48
jobs for
63:49
all these you know uh canadians out in
63:53
the vancouver area and we’ll build it
63:55
near the port where we can view uh
63:57
all of your government manufacturing and
64:00
uh
64:01
and it’s next year where your classified
64:03
uh signals are and all this sort of
64:05
stuff but we’re gonna build it right
64:06
there
64:06
and it’s gonna be this great project now
64:09
the people in vancouver bc
64:11
that are in local government out there
64:13
they’re not briefed into
64:14
counter-espionage problems and
64:16
what chinese intelligence is up to and
64:19
that built-in road
64:20
program is used specifically for chinese
64:23
intelligence
64:23
and it’s done through predatory lending
64:26
and it’s one of those things that’s
64:27
being done worldwide
64:29
in africa and latin america all around
64:31
where they can take advantage of
64:32
somebody
64:33
bring in these development projects that
64:35
might actually do some good
64:37
and so you can just see say a mayor out
64:40
there or someone of that level who has
64:42
no idea and doesn’t care about the
64:44
politics of the world and
64:46
espionage and all that stuff they’re not
64:47
trained in it don’t care about it just
64:49
not their thing and they see big
64:51
pavilion bit
64:52
built here convention center business is
64:55
coming in
64:56
year-round all the time forever and a
64:58
whole bunch of jobs for canadians right
65:00
now
65:01
yeah hell yeah you’re financing it yeah
65:03
where do i sign
65:04
and so this is it they’re taking
65:06
advantage of that i’ll say naivete but
65:09
that’s a little bit perhaps strong of a
65:10
word they’re just
65:11
that’s not their job so you can’t really
65:14
expect them to know everything about it
65:16
but the chinese are doing it it is a
65:18
communist party initiative
65:20
and also as i said these these loans are
65:23
predatory in nature
65:25
so they’re what they’re doing is
65:27
building all this infrastructure and
65:28
then
65:28
later going back in and taking it over
65:31
because it’s not
65:32
paid for and so then they become the
65:35
owners of all of these things
65:36
and start running it and that’s been
65:38
used successfully
65:39
over and over and over and it’s it’s
65:42
being done out in
65:43
in that area as well as i said the
65:45
pacific coast
65:47
rim countries and and coastlines of
65:50
different countries
65:51
uh is where they’re the most active so
65:52
that’s where you’re going to see it
65:53
first
65:54
and it’s far away from the seat of
65:56
government so it’s kind of
65:58
out of sight you know if they were doing
66:00
it you know
66:01
next to the seat of government uh in
66:04
canada or the united states
66:05
it’s one of those things that’s visible
66:07
everybody sees it but out there you know
66:09
and if you call the
66:10
local mayor like i said the individual
66:12
that i was using in the example
66:14
if you call the person like that and
66:15
said hey is everything going on you know
66:17
okay are there any
66:18
you know chinese communist party
66:20
attempts to infiltrate you out there
66:22
they’re gonna go now
66:23
you know we don’t have any of that stuff
66:25
going on now we’re building a pavilion
66:27
but that that’s innocent
66:28
you know that’s gonna be their reaction
66:30
because that’s their that’s the truth
66:32
from their perspective
66:33
so it’s insidious and it’s worldwide all
66:36
the time in every way they can
66:38
and they’re they’re very successful in
66:40
canada they’re successful here in the
66:42
united states too
66:43
the only i would say the difference is
66:45
trump and in 2018 he gave orders to the
66:48
fbi
66:49
to start a huge counter espionage uh
66:51
counter intelligence program which
66:53
they’ve successfully done
66:54
and that’s why we’re catching all these
66:56
people i think that’s where this
66:58
mr ortiz got caught and that’s where a
67:01
lot of these professors
67:02
uh that have been arrested who are
67:03
working for the chinese and
67:05
people have been fired out of jobs and
67:07
their clearances pulled all that is
67:08
coming out of that
67:09
that investigation that initiative by
67:12
the fbi that started in
67:14
2018 so after two years you know if
67:17
they’ve got their uh
67:19
they’re up and running and being
67:20
successful and doing a lot of things so
67:22
uh we’re we’re fighting back a little
67:24
bit more successfully
67:26
uh here than than up there but you know
67:28
you gotta change prime minister
67:30
well uh on that note uh last little uh
67:35
topic before i let you go for for today
67:37
uh
67:38
this uh current prime minister has been
67:41
deeply embroiled
67:42
in uh what they call the wii scandal uh
67:44
the last couple of weeks and i’m not
67:46
sure how aware you are of any of this
67:47
but he’s actually pro
67:48
parliament for the last i think four or
67:51
five days consecutively
67:53
and it appears that there might be a
67:56
snap
67:56
forced election coming up here in canada
67:59
uh to be announced within the next 24-48
68:03
hours
68:04
uh this is going to throw another really
68:06
big
68:07
wrench into what’s going on
68:10
between all of the stories the
68:12
misdirection the misinformation
68:15
uh so we’ve got this
68:19
i i really don’t know what where where
68:21
people need to be keeping their eyes
68:23
peeled
68:24
to stay uh in tune of the real story
68:27
what might be driving a lot of this
68:29
because this just we scandal connects to
68:31
people down there as well um and there
68:34
is something
68:35
extremely drastic i’m not sure are you
68:37
aware of what’s going on with that at
68:38
all
68:39
right no i haven’t heard about this one
68:42
no
68:42
oh well it’s it’s going to be uh we’re
68:44
going to start on our own
68:45
roller coaster up here or while it’s
68:47
been going on for a while but it’s a
68:49
billion dollars another uh again
68:54
money being stolen lots going on
68:58
uh another whole other story but
69:02
this is going to create an interesting
69:04
time in the media between
69:07
our media up here which has been bought
69:09
and paid for by the prime minister’s
69:11
office
69:12
and is on a hate mission for orange man
69:15
bad
69:16
you know they have this complete
69:18
ridiculous
69:21
complex going on in the media up here
69:23
and
69:24
now they’re going to be struck with a
69:26
new election
69:28
so we’re going to do everything we can
69:30
up here to keep pumping your truth down
69:32
there and exposing what what’s been
69:34
going on
69:35
uh whatever you you you release out
69:38
there we’ll make sure that it goes uh
69:40
far and wide up here because the big
69:42
splash down there always means a lot of
69:44
ripples through canada and it can’t be
69:46
avoided
69:48
actually i’m looking forward to it i i
69:50
do get up to canada quite regularly too
69:53
i’ve been up to kind of a number of
69:55
conventions to sort of
69:56
discuss this on the grassroots level and
69:59
i’ve talked to a number of organizations
70:01
up there so
70:02
very happy to participate i’m not sure
70:04
how much longer the authorities will let
70:06
me through the border but
70:08
as long as i don’t get arrested and
70:10
deported from canada i’ll keep coming
70:12
well you must be doing something right i
70:14
hear you’ve been de-platformed uh on
70:17
some of the social media platforms
70:19
i get yeah i get attacked all the time
70:22
on different things yeah it’s
70:23
and i’m i’m throttled mainly they
70:25
throttle my my material
70:27
and and don’t like it to uh to get a
70:30
very wide just
70:31
you know audience out there of people so
70:33
i mean i’ve used different tactics i you
70:35
know
70:36
one of the things you develop a lot of
70:37
friends by doing this is people see
70:40
you know i’ve been doing this now for
70:42
two years or
70:44
more no almost three so it’s you know
70:46
it’s
70:47
long term there’s no question of who and
70:48
what i am so you begin to develop allies
70:51
so i’ve had a lot of friends
70:52
kind of help me move my material out so
70:54
i’m relatively decentralized now
70:57
on on purpose so that my information
70:59
gets spread out into a lot of different
71:01
places so
71:02
i mean to stop everything you have to go
71:04
out and shut down like 50 sites which
71:06
you know that’s a that would require i
71:08
think a little bit more of this and
71:10
they’re prepared to throw out the
71:11
problem so
71:12
so far doing okay so where is the best
71:16
place for people to stay tuned to what
71:19
you’ve got going on
71:21
yes the best place would be to go to my
71:23
website so please check out
71:26
intelreform.org i am uh
71:29
under americans for intelligence reform
71:31
brad johnson cia
71:33
those things you can find me on facebook
71:35
they haven’t kicked me off yet
71:37
i’m on twitter they haven’t kicked me
71:39
off yet although that’s
71:40
both of those are pretty badly throttled
71:42
not my stuff doesn’t get a
71:44
very widespread i’m still amazingly on
71:46
youtube although they
71:48
they suppress my numbers there too but
71:50
i’ve also joined
71:51
parlor so i’m putting some stuff out on
71:53
parlor too under
71:54
uh intel reform so uh that’s that’s the
71:58
way to find me on those social media
71:59
outlets and i’m other places too
72:01
tumblr in different places but nobody
72:03
goes to those those sites i try to put
72:05
it out everywhere i can
72:06
bit shoot bit to youtube uh but the best
72:09
is the website
72:11
intelreform.org well we’ll put that out
72:14
there
72:14
uh yeah again i you know i got through
72:17
maybe about a third of the questions
72:19
that i wanted to uh
72:20
to take a roller coaster ride through so
72:23
uh i hope
72:24
really sincerely that you’ll come back
72:26
and join us again sometime soon
72:28
love to yeah any time and and hello to
72:30
all my friends in canada
72:33
they this message will go far and wide
72:35
we’ll send you a copy you can do with it
72:37
uh
72:38
anything that you choose but we do get
72:40
some some really good support
72:42
from the grassroots where we’re we’re
72:45
small but we are mighty
72:46
and we are the real canadians we are not
72:50
represented by this rogue service
72:52
corporation
72:54
and we got your back up here so
72:57
well i uh the feeling’s mutual i
72:59
certainly am i’m
73:00
looking forward to doing anything i can
73:02
help especially if you’ve got
73:04
actually elections coming up um i’m
73:07
definitely going to be reaching out to
73:08
the grassroots organizations in canada
73:10
and hoping to
73:11
come up and do whatever i can do to
73:13
support well like yourself over the last
73:16
couple of years and taking all of the
73:17
hits
73:18
that we do take uh we were pretty
73:21
uh seated everywhere else uh and and
73:25
networked and uh across the board with
73:28
the
73:28
the people that are pushing back uh that
73:31
understand
73:32
that when tyranny becomes law resistance
73:36
becomes
73:36
duty uh this it’s it’s a lot
73:39
stronger movement up here pushing back
73:42
but it’s it’s
73:42
also such a smaller population you know
73:47
hugely spread out uh and yeah
73:51
trudeau doesn’t just have one blanket
73:54
over our voices he’s got
73:55
uh you know a stack of wet blankets over
73:58
top of silence and silencing us but
74:01
the the the truth is coming out and uh
74:04
it’s through
74:05
diligent people that aren’t aren’t
74:06
afraid and will not
74:08
back down will not surrender and you sir
74:11
are one of those few
74:12
and that is what makes you in such high
74:14
demand because as you said there’s not a
74:15
lot of people that
74:18
walk through the daily world with your
74:19
trade craft and let their face be known
74:22
um so that’s deeply appreciated and and
74:26
i understand the value of that a lot uh
74:29
thank you so much for your time today i
74:31
don’t i j we
74:32
could go on for hours like this but it
74:34
ends up
74:35
watch them because they’re too long so
74:38
maybe we’ll get them together again and
74:40
do it again soon and i i
74:42
again and and i’ll add a link later on
74:44
in the chat here
74:45
i caught your interview last night on
74:46
the mcfiles that was a that was a lot of
74:49
fun to watch
74:49
uh it gave me a great sense of who you
74:52
were
74:53
outside of some of the other interviews
74:55
so i’ll add a link for the crew to
74:57
catch that later on so you’ll be getting
74:59
a lot of support from canadians
75:00
over the next coming days and uh maybe
75:03
who knows maybe we’ll set up something
75:04
weekly between canada and the us because
75:06
there’s a lot of stories we all walk in
75:08
the same footpath
75:09
it’s footsteps so yes we do yeah i agree
75:13
well appreciate your time sir you have
75:15
yourself a great afternoon
75:16
and uh we’ll get off here and let the
75:19
folks
75:20
carry on with their day all right well
75:23
thank you so much look forward to
75:24
speaking to you again
75:25
my pleasure bye for now okay guys
75:29
that was uh one of the most amazing hour
75:32
and 15 minute conversations i’ve had in
75:34
a very long time
75:36
i hope you guys uh share this out far
75:38
and wide
75:39
we only got to a small fraction of the
75:42
questions that
75:44
i really wanted to get to but i hope it
75:46
created a lot more
75:48
conversation and maybe answered a few
75:50
questions and give the folks
75:52
a place to start looking for their own
75:54
answers
75:56
so uh on that note i love you all stay
75:59
canadian
75:59
keep fighting and let’s make canada
76:02
canada again
76:03
bye for now
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