The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has published several new recruitment video’s on YouTube this week.
Yahoo news is reporting “Have you ever wanted to be like James Bond? Well, here’s your chance. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is looking for a few good men, and women.”
And the theglobeandmail.com
“The Canadian Security Intelligence Service has released a series of recruitment videos onto YouTube, videos that feature testimonials from real-life spies.
The clips were posted last week, but released without any publicity. To date, the YouTube videos have drawn only a few hundred viewers apiece.
In the clips, each of which lasts a minute or two, CSIS intelligence officers are shown striding purposefully to urgent (but fictional) assignments, as orchestral music plays and time-lapse video speeds up street scenes.”
Neither of these main stream outlets have posted links to the video’s or embedded them into their stories.
The recruitment video’s give the Canadian people a glimpse into the operations that CSIS is conducting against the Canadian people. The first video titled: CSIS Intelligence officers – Recruiting video starts of on a train with audio asking “do we have a visual on him?” the video then shows a CCTV camera and video from it, looking at a young white male. The video then displays a network of spies and video cameras following this person. Who by the end of the video had done nothing wrong and they leave him alone.
I could honestly go on for hours about these videos, but I will not. I am going to post all of them and let you decide for yourselves.
CSIS Security Screening – Recruiting Video
CSIS Physical Surveillance Unit – Recruiting Video
CSIS Global Operations Centre (CGOC) – Recruiting Video