Blackwater (Xe): Murder Inc.

(11 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

Causing the Deaths and Maiming’s of our Soldiers in the Blowback, easing the recruitment of more insurgent fighters and support for same, and in the long term will cause the blowback of criminal terrorism anywhere, and done on our dime, we share the guilt of their actions even if these statements aren’t true!

Most of these mercs are ex-soldiers, yet for their good paydays they fought on an ideology completely uncaring of their brothers and sisters still serving!  

Blackwater Founder Implicated in Murder

A former Blackwater employee and an ex-US Marine who has worked as a security operative for the company have made a series of explosive allegations in sworn statements filed on August 3 in federal court in Virginia. The two men claim that the company’s owner, Erik Prince, may have murdered or facilitated the murder of individuals who were cooperating with federal authorities investigating the company. The former employee also alleges that Prince “views himself as a Christian crusader tasked with eliminating Muslims and the Islamic faith from the globe,” and that Prince’s companies “encouraged and rewarded the destruction of Iraqi life.”

The former employee, identified in the court documents as “John Doe #2,” is a former member of Blackwater’s management team, according to a source close to the case. Doe #2 alleges in a sworn declaration that, based on information provided to him by former colleagues, “it appears that Mr. Prince and his employees murdered, or had murdered, one or more persons who have provided information, or who were planning to provide information, to the federal authorities about the ongoing criminal conduct.” John Doe #2 says he worked at Blackwater for four years; his identity is concealed in the sworn declaration because he “fear[s] violence against me in retaliation for submitting this Declaration.” He also alleges, “On several occasions after my departure from Mr. Prince’s employ, Mr. Prince’s management has personally threatened me with death and violence.”………Rest Here

Whether this is true about prince and Xe or not, and many of us who understand mercs already know that answer, Everything that these mercs did, In-Theaters, especially perceived by the innocents occupied as atrocities caused Blowback on the military troops! They were no different then those our military are fighting, no different! So they not only were killing Iraqi’s, or in Afghanistan, they caused the deaths of American Troops and any so called coalition, same goes for the Torturing that was known going on there long before we ever heard about it here! The same happens when the extremely few American Soldiers who commit outright atrocities, as perceived by the populace occupied!

In Guerilla Insurgencies and Occupations the idea is that the invaders and occupiers win the Hearts and Minds of the populace, even when justified invasion, it’s an uphill battle right from the initial death and destruction from the beginning of an invasion, many innocents are caught up in and killed. Atrocities, or perceived, bring support for the Blowback to the occupiers, and in todays world the Blowback to the countries of, Criminal Terrorism Flourishes as it builds it’s ranks!!

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  1. The fostering of the mentality that a contractor is worth six times what an enlisted troop is shows clearly in what they are paid. This has been going on for at least two decades.

    Contractors don’t play by the same rules, and this is made very clear to the regular military who have to work alongside them. They don’t pay income tax. They get to drink in Islamic countries when regular troops do not. And the UCMJ does not apply to them, so they are often asked to perform “black ops” duties that regular troops would not. They are held out in front of US troops as a form of elite guard, and today’s military is gleaned for those who would willingly take the bait – adopt contractor lifestyles and value systems. Personnel are watched for a willingness to “push the envelope” or a need to “blow off steam”, while simultaneously showing extreme compliance and loyalty to the power elite. If their value systems and behavior consistently profile correctly, these creeps are given contractor jobs when they get out.

    The others can all die as far as the power elite is concerned. They are considered to be expendable lower life forms. Related subject matter: the return of SPIN codes on the DD214.

    One of the reasons I don’t trust Hillary Clinton worth a damn is the fact that she is STILL allowing the State Department to keep using contractors the exact same way it was done under Bush. That’s bullshit. Shutting those gangster assholes down should have been the first thing she did as Secretary of State. She didn’t.

    • Joy B. on August 6, 2009 at 8:20 pm

    …will the executive branch take concrete steps to bring back the Rule of Law? Or (I ask myself frequently these days), is it gone forever and our nation now destroyed and become something else? Yeah. I know the answer already. It’s been a long time coming to the public’s awareness, but it’s now here. The only real question is to whether or not there are any fearless patriots left, and whether they’ll do the right thing.

    On a side note, just after Iraq was invaded on trumped-up lies obvious to everyone with a lick of sense, old military comrades we hadn’t heard from for three decades started initiating contact, from all over the country. That was back in the time of another illegal and unpopular morass of a war, when they were drafting 19 year olds – in the last years of the conflict, right out of college – to be cannon fodder. The reason Cheney and Rummy wanted an “all-volunteer” force that would be amenable to endless deployments in hot-war zones is that the presence of draftees in the Army and other branches (in order to avoid the meat grinder) led directly to public outrage and ultimate demise of the conflict. Which existed primarily to benefit the military-industrial complex and serve as testing ground for nifty new weaponry.

    The vets have been pow-wow’ing for years now, meeting and communicating and often remembering why they didn’t go to Canada when their number came up – just couldn’t desert the nation in time of war, even if the war was bullshit. We’re old and cranky, but not yet helpless or senile. You don’t have to be 19 to be effective, just to believe you’re immortal. We’re way beyond that by now.

    • Joy B. on August 6, 2009 at 8:20 pm

    …will the executive branch take concrete steps to bring back the Rule of Law? Or (I ask myself frequently these days), is it gone forever and our nation now destroyed and become something else? Yeah. I know the answer already. It’s been a long time coming to the public’s awareness, but it’s now here. The only real question is to whether or not there are any fearless patriots left, and whether they’ll do the right thing.

    On a side note, just after Iraq was invaded on trumped-up lies obvious to everyone with a lick of sense, old military comrades we hadn’t heard from for three decades started initiating contact, from all over the country. That was back in the time of another illegal and unpopular morass of a war, when they were drafting 19 year olds – in the last years of the conflict, right out of college – to be cannon fodder. The reason Cheney and Rummy wanted an “all-volunteer” force that would be amenable to endless deployments in hot-war zones is that the presence of draftees in the Army and other branches (in order to avoid the meat grinder) led directly to public outrage and ultimate demise of the conflict. Which existed primarily to benefit the military-industrial complex and serve as testing ground for nifty new weaponry.

    The vets have been pow-wow’ing for years now, meeting and communicating and often remembering why they didn’t go to Canada when their number came up – just couldn’t desert the nation in time of war, even if the war was bullshit. We’re old and cranky, but not yet helpless or senile. You don’t have to be 19 to be effective, just to believe you’re immortal. We’re way beyond that by now.

    • jimstaro on August 7, 2009 at 1:24 pm
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    KO follows with another report about what ‘Blackwater’ is accused of doing In-Theater by two ex employees of, mercs!! What’s coming out covers much of what is known about ‘mercs’ or suspected, not just blackwater, but through history!

    If even a small portion of the accusations are true, these Acts Killed and Maimed U.S. Soldiers in the Blowback from Iraqi Insurgents, and will be carried into Criminal Terrorist Attacks Against Innocents, anywhere!!

    • jimstaro on August 7, 2009 at 2:31 pm
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    Yesterday on NPR’s Talk of the Nation they had a discussion on Civilian Casulties of War and Occupation

    Civilian Casualties And The Rules Of War

    Today we begin in Afghanistan, then widen the conversation on civilian casualties and the rules of warfare.

    Snip

    Maj. Gen. DAVIDSON: They are, but we also have a vastly smaller army in Afghanistan. We had 527,000 troops in Vietnam at the height of the war. Big difference, though, I think, General Westmoreland thought he could win the war by killing people. And we now understand, and Petraeus knows this to his fingertips, you have to win their hearts and minds. Killing people will not win this war for anyone in Afghanistan……………

    You can listen To the discussion with this link, transcript is above link.

    Not only did Westmoreland believe the killings would win the war, so did many of the soldiers, for many every Vietnamese was an enemie combantant, thus prolonging the war and getting their brothers and themselves killed and maimed in greater numbers!!

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