Or actually, I shouldn’t say “American Mercenaries” because if ISIS and Blackwater are both corporations (check out ISIS annual report), then they’re most likely transnational, or rather beyond any nation, serving strictly themselves and the god of mammon.
I saw the precisely titled Fulford post yesterday —
— and was going to post at least an excerpt, especially after also seeing a rumor the day before that ISIS is actually an American company.
I’ve also been following the mercenary activities of that nasty American firm, Blackwater, aka Academi, for example, the latest:
Reader Rose, in an email early this morning, tied these two stories together for me. Thanks!
“Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander”…
‘ISIS’ is a private military contractor providing mercenary services with offices mainly in the Middle East and also in the United States.
Services provided by such contractors include ‘role playing’, ‘exercise and evaluations’, ‘human intelligence’, ‘special operations’, and unmanned aircraft systems to name a few…(Ben Fulford, July 1, 2014)
(‘Blackwater’)( ‘Xe’) now ‘Academi’ is a private military contractor (founded in the United States by Erik Prince) providing similar services with offices worldwide.
World-wide Powers that Be have taken the ‘war games’ paradigm to an entirely new level as these companies answer to no one and provide services to the highest bidder.