1. Looks like a hoax story. just googled:

    nation jeremy scahill blackwater monsanto

    and got a brief overview of the history of the meme. i read scahill from the first i heard al franken interview him about prince. always made me curious about how scahill got and held such access. heard rumors of scahill being a shill or judas goat. seems most decent sources of info have some under and back current of support the way ows had soros and planned parenthood and right to lifers both have rockefeller and gates.

    most of what brings hoax to mind is that the whole point of blackwater – xe – craft int – caci – halliburton – and al the rest is to provide deniability and disappearable scapegoats when everyone finds out what reality is and has been. for all intents and purposes monsteranto and jpmorg and goldman and the u.s. govt and the rest own these intel/mercenary private contractors via their contracts. bottom line is the subtle distancing is the whole point of the contractors’ existence.

    too bad so many sources are as pooched as alex jones, some more subtly, some less. just the same we gotta get what working knowledge we can when and where we can.

    so it pays to evaluate each story, not just each source each time a story comes. joe mercola’s been a great source of better health info a couple decades now. he used to recommend coffee enemas.

    so along with keeping salt handy on each source, it’s good to learn what was intended by the source when passing info on to us. Doc, any idea where you got this one and what the intent was to get it out now?

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Yes, zendogbreath, always read sources with a grain of salt.
      Or, in some cases, a Tennessee William’s 16 tons.

  2. Now why would a company doing such great and thoughtful things for mankind !! need an army?? Maybe those farmers in India aren’t committing suicide….

  3. Now it’s official Blackwater is Monsanto’s muscle bring up “The Godfather” theme music at once that’s a order.

  4. For basic reading, see the book by J. Scahill: “Blackwater. The rise of the world’s most powerful mercenary army” (2007).

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Got it hot off the press and carried around every where I went. Even brought to my visits to the VA, where a few doctors were read through snippets, remarking they would be picking up a copy.
      They are privatizing ANYTHING public.
      Public, Enemy #1.

      1. In my opinion… It’s not really privatizing in the normal sense of the word because they ARE the government. These giant monster corporations run just about everything; including the governments of the western world, certainly. So, now we have (very little of what used to be considered) private; public; and then the type of “private” that encompasses much of what used to be considered public. That’s not privatizing in MY book. It’s usurpation. Accuracy in terminology is important.

        1. Robert Barricklow

          The Corporate Government is now contracting out to the private sector – like there’s no tomorrow: The military, The Intelligence, Even Food Stamps; The Post Office[purposely being strangled]; you name, it’s in the privateer’s crosshairs.

          By whatever means necessary; legal or otherwise.

          1. I know… semantics, ; -)

            My point was that what you are calling “the private sector” is NOT the same private sector as the ordinary people private sector, which we should all want to protect and preserve. What you are calling the private sector (which U.S. Government Inc. contracts to) are the obscene monster corporations of the globalists and NOT the private sector mom and pop joints down on the corner.

          2. Robert Barricklow

            Absolutely true jeannec.
            I’m speaking of the monsters: monopolies, oligopolies, crony capitalism, etc. Not the small businesses; the ones that actually do capitalism. Not the monsters that use governments to avoid, swallow-up and/or kill competition.
            In this form it is efficient or it dies on the vine.
            But the monsters don’t die; they become zombies[zombie banks, etc.] and are parasitic to the real economy. Highly inefficient. These are the ones privatizing the likes of water, sunlight, and other necessities of life; actually destroying life itself.

          3. Robert Barricklow

            My reply to you
            is under review for stark truths
            under moderation

            When I hit post comment
            cursor arrow went to X to close out

            Had to sign back in
            to post again.

          4. Robert, you could private message it to me, ; -) I have long wondered why the dissonance with certain terms. Maybe I’m missing something. Please feel free to enlighten me privately.

          5. Robert Barricklow

            I too have wondered what terms trip that cybernetic capitalism censor bot.
            It’s designed more to disrupt the flow. Like a hot player on a crap table where the box man stops the game examines the dice.
            Or, John Wayne’s family bogus endorsement of Trump. The lie first is blasted throughout the land; then the correction comes limping in.

            Their motto:
            Crime that pays; is crime that stays.

    2. Dana, when I completed my 3 year tour in the early 60s, I was recruited, like many other Rangers, to become part of an elite unit that would operate clandestinely and at times in the U.S. I turned it down because I had enough of the regimented lifestyle. Also I had a Ranger friend who was offered a similar job in the private sector and he ended up in prison for having a large amount of heroine in his car. He was probably set up and to this day hates Ole Nort if you get the drift. So yes there probably is a 400,000 private civilian army by now as suggested by O. If its suggested for the future, that probably means it exists now. db

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