We know Eric Prince works for the CIA
Another one of Eric Prince’s Employers:
And now we find that these mercenaries are actually ISIS, fighting along side ISIS.
Scott Bennett, US ARMY Psych warfare officer tells us that:
Alex Jones and Wayne Madsen Expose Blackwater:
We know that Eric Prince went to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and was funded by the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheik Mohamed bin Zayed al-Nahyan.
And Prince’s mercenaries “…would include recruits from Colombia that would be trained by special forces veterans from the US, Europe and South Africa.”
Are these ‘Columbian Mercenaries’ connected to the drug trade?
In the Pegasus Files, CIA whistleblower Chip Tatum tells us that,
“Mexico is one of the large transshipment points, as is now coming across the northern border of the United States. Tatum was able to fly even single-engine aircraft and take off, specially equipped single-engine aircraft, take off in Colombia, fly to the Bahamas, rest overnight, wait for a weather-window, go up into Nova Scotia, come across to the Weyburn (sp?) area of Saskatchewan, and then come down into Montana, North Dakota. This was one of his major routes to fly drugs into the US. Tatum alleges that some people that were on Customs staff that Tatum investigated were running certain (radar) sites around the Caribbean, and were shutting their radars down and letting aircraft come through.”
Where did we see Blackwater? On the Mexican border?
Wayne Madsen tells us that the “Zeta Gang is Connected to US Special Forces/Mossad”
Colombia is the source of 90 percent of the cocaine entering the United States.
So apparently Columbian underworld figures know a lot about an efficient way of trafficking cocaine.
And isn’t Eric Prince always harping about ‘efficiency’ in business?
And don’t the Columbians need something else to do now that they are being ‘arrested’ for drug dealing? Like becoming mercenaries perhaps?
And don’t drug cartel folk in Mexico/South/Central America know quite a bit about beheadings, burning people alive, etc., something that ISIS is very efficient at also?
Blackwater really gets around. Wayne Madsen tells us that;
“The company also continues to be extensively involved in Afghanistan where 70,000 US-commissioned contractors almost doubly outnumber the US troops.”
“It is a way to get around a lot of the oversight regulations in the government. So we find them training border patrol agents, we find them training US military special forces and what not.”
What drug is in Afghanistan? Heroin. Hiding in colorful poppies.
And who suffers from this?
Afghan civilian casualties in 2015 hit record high – UN report