tokyojoe1 wrote:I believe all of this crisis actor stuff is done internally in the military/IC. This is just too delicate to trust contractors with. Who knows what a young person might do or say after they see themselves on TV. I like Painterman's theory that all of these interviews are done before the event. And now that we are suspecting that "crisis actor" was planted in the media/conspiracy community, I'm suspicious of ALL websites promoting it, no matter how legit they look.
When you say that "all of the crisis actor stuff is done internally in the military/IC", do you mean that all special effects experts and actors are trained directly inside the military? I think that can hardly be the case. The military must have control over the psy-ops, of course, but they need external expertise - like the aforementioned actors and special effects experts - to carry them out. That's why they might need companies like IIF Data, Strategic Operations and Calytrix, or the real ones behind them.
Of course, they don't hire them right away for psy-ops that are presented as real events by the media, but for "real simulations" and military drills. Then if these companies, or elements inside them, are considered trustworthy enough, they might secretly participate to the psyops, naturally under military control.
I think this is the main function of these companies' websites: to attract both smaller clients - like local police forces or private military contractors who want to train their members, for example - and the kind of personnel needed both for the drills and maybe eventually for the psyops, i.e. actors, directors, and various kinds of technical personnel.
I cannot know for sure, of course, but I really can't believe that all these companies are set up on the web only as bait for the conspiracy buffs or to misdirects serious researchers like us. Maybe that could be one of the functions of a too obvious site like CrisisCast, but not of all of them, and especially not of those that use specific technical lingo for insiders, like "Role Player Support", instead of more popular terms like "Crisis actor".
And anyway, if there was such a company in my area (and I haven't found them yet, but maybe I will, who knows), I would try and contact them directly (maybe as an aspiring actor, for example). Sooner or later a good detective can't avoid some legwork