posted on Nov, 12 2014 @ 04:28 PM
originally posted by: Cobaltic1978
Does Cheney have a vested interest in Blackwater? Does any Government official who was in office around 2001 have a vested interest?
That's where I would start looking.
Blackwater was originally founded by Erik Prince, whose father,
Edgar D. Prince
founded a manufacturing
corporation that eventually spread into other markets. Prince attended Hillsdale College and was working as an EMT when in 1990, he was put in
position as a low level intern for Bush, Sr, which is interesting as he didn't have a college degree yet at that point. It was after that that he
went to officer's academy and became a Navy Seal. Maybe his dad was a heavy but maybe not. His history is a little weird and I've seen similar
weirdness before. He reminds me of an ex-boyfriend in a major way. They'd be about the same age, too.
The ex-bf (and I'm sure as hell not going to name him because yeah, no) was bright but not exceptionally bright. He liked to think himself the hero
but that got crushed when he was told he had "moral ambiguity". Remember that quite well because I ended up having to console him. Anyways, long
story short, his history was pretty normal. Joined military after graduation, went to a regular college when he got back from the Gulf, and was
working as SWAT. Then Mr. Moral Ambiguity suddenly had the funds or whatever to go to Harvard and Georgetown. And he became an executive to a couple
of private military corporations of perhaps equal infamy as Blackwater. I knew this guy for several years. He was my best friend up until he did
something that showed me that moral ambiguity can be a very not good thing. I don't know what happened to make these switches in his life but from
what I do know, it was weird.
My only guess is that he was picked out of SWAT for this and probably due to his being "bright enough" and that moral ambiguity. To me, that
implies that guys like this have private backers but that's just my observation on what I've seen, which is purely anecdotal and from a deliberately