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Photo of the Baghdad Airport highway, one of the few roads the NWO mercenaries "control"

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posted on May, 15 2005 @ 05:09 PM
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Syrian Sister,
Careful what you wish for you just might get it.




posted on May, 15 2005 @ 05:50 PM
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are they allowed to wish for themselves???



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 07:00 PM
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Yes they can.............
Will this thread get worse?
Yes......



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 07:13 PM
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Blackwater security company in Moyok , North Carolina is about 40 miles south of me. They train security personel for private companys operating in Iraq , Afganistan and other nations. They cover security issues for companys who do not count on the US Military to provide security for them. Prior military training among these people only helps them in their roles as security personel. Same for private security personel anywhere in this town. Many of them have prior military experience.
I too have prior military experience but that does not make me a mercenary. That is a stretch for anyone. It is,however , people that work for security companies like "black water" who get labeled as mercenarys for politically expedient propaganda. It is also textbook format for college trained peoples. It smacks of the standard issue line.
Typical of people trained in todays standard issue new speak..you are looking the wrong way when you look for mercenary types...you need to be looking north of me...to the "Farm" which is about 40 miles north of me where the CIA and other groups train for special operations. Typical of you to miss this thinking.

" never said US and coalition forces where mercenaries (although there is little difference), people that work for security companies like "black water". THey are internationally recognised as mercenaries. ANd there is pleanty of those cockroaches crouding at the airport. kapish? "

"eh, how about i say this in language you can understand, BRING IT ON!!!!!! "

I believe these are your quotes.
I never was into this game of unzipping to see who has the biggest one..its is so pubescent .

I will conclude by telling you that I am in the buisness of building nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers. It will be brought on at a time of our choosing sufficiently for the world to get the message. By the way...does this make me a mercenary too!!!??? If so ...I will count myself in distinguished company.

If you are looking for "Mercenarys" you are looking the wrong way. Suggest strongly you think this through.
Also...it is well known what happens when American Military men take the gloves off and go bare knuckled. It is fortunate for this world that our militarys have many restraints on them...often to the frustration of our public and soldiers. It is also known in certain circles that the world is fortunate that we do not have in our belief system a doctrine like "Jihad". or the "Sword of Islam". Dont worry ..the average American is asleep at the wheel about this. This is how you jerk them around so easily on this and other boards.

Keep posting Syrian Sister,
Your college level training/indoctrination shows through

Thanks ,
Orangetom



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 07:17 PM
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Orange,
What is wrong with colledge?



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 07:55 PM
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ahhh..devil wasp..good to see you again.

Nothing wrong with college..as long as you know what you are getting.
There is , however , a fingerprint ...clearly marking some peoples in what they post here..in the newspapers ..in the news media..etc etc etc..
This fingerprint is heavey doses of emotionalism..and one upmanship. It is textbook of what comes out of colleges today. All of them no ..but many yes. It smacks of indoctrination in the "Party line" not individual thinking.
Young people ..highly emotional ..are very vulnurable to this technique.
As long as you know and are familiar with this line of thinking ..you wont buy into everything they shovel out in colleges or public schools for that matter...and will be able to resist being put on the string.
This is one of the drawbacks to religion too..it puts people on the string easily...if they are not able to think things through for themselves. Islam in partcular. The mullahs have a long history of putting thier peoples on a string. Particularly those trained in certain universitys like Al Ahazar university in Cairo, Egypt where a number of the more radical graduates are know to originate.
Education is teaching you a method of putting information together for your individual usage..not the usage of others to control you . Few today in universtiys get through education unscathed by this control mechanism. Especailly young emotional peoples.

Good to hear from you again DW..
Take care,
Thanks,
Orangetom



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 08:57 PM
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Originally posted by devilwasp
Yes they can.............
Will this thread get worse?
Yes......



i hope you realize that I WAS being sarcastic



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 09:34 PM
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Originally posted by BadMojo
Hey, syrian, didn't your country just run back home from Lebanon like a scolded dog? Our SOLDIERS, have a great deal more honor than these "insurgents" (read fratricidal hooligans). Don't forget...we're right at your back door...


We left lebanon, how about you follow our great example?

As for shadow.

"we have to finnish what we started"

Is that like, when you start raping someone, and you have to 'finnish what you started" ?



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 10:57 PM
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Would it be a stretch to call Hamas and Hezbollah Mercenaries for the Syrians? Or are they just freedom fighters carrying God's Message to the unbelievers and the infidels, killing innocent children and women to scare their opponents? What an abomination.
The US is not anyone your Dentist leader needs to worry about, but the Isrealis are. I am not convinced that your country's leaders are in much of a position to get very threatening toward us. It would be wise not to be very anxious when taunting America. Your leaders know this, the pull out from Lebonon is a sign of this knowledge. Let's allow our ambassadors to try to settle it first. It will be a good warm-up For Bolton.

Auf Wiederhoren, Frau!




[edit on 15-5-2005 by sharkman]

[edit on 15-5-2005 by sharkman]



posted on May, 15 2005 @ 11:17 PM
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This thread is representative of either everything good about or everything wrong with ATS . I'm gonna go try and figure out which.



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 12:35 AM
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"I will conclude by telling you that I am in the buisness of building nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers. It will be brought on at a time of our choosing sufficiently for the world to get the message."

No, if your not PAYED to go to war, with a weapon in your hand, not by a STATE/government, but by a COMPANY. Like black water.

You are not a mercenary. You might be called alot of things. But mercenary is not one of them. Anyway why are you arguing with me? I'm just a little girl
. Go argue with international law, and robert fisk.



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 03:00 AM
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Armed mercenaries sounds very thin to me, similar to the enemy combatants claim about camp cuba!

Prolly just US soilders, wearing rags, holding weapons, with a permit to torture and kill whom they please...
and, conincidently a US soilder recieves a letter with all these nice tips and hints without a clue where they came from
uh huh uh huh!



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 03:34 AM
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Call em what they are, mercenaries. That's what the world has called them since the last what, 5 thousand years or so. Why do you have to be special, and call them something else, just because your using them?

www.blackwatersecurity.com...



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 03:41 AM
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Let's see what one of these Mercenary... "security" companies has been up to.


vredessite.nl...
Associated Press (AP)

"He described a Baghdad hotel gunfight that erupted not long after Custer Battles security agents landed. It was started by a rocket-propelled grenade attack. When the smoke cleared, the guards – who'd leaned out windows and fired more than 3,000 rounds in the middle of a residential neighborhood – realized they had been shooting at each other.

Earlier this year, four former employees, all military veterans, said they quit after witnessing Custer Battles security escorts shooting indiscriminately at civilians, including gunning down a teenager walking along a road. The men also said guards in a truck drove over a car containing children and adults while trying to make their way through a traffic jam."



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 05:12 AM
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Originally posted by Syrian Sister

As for shadow.

"we have to finnish what we started"

Is that like, when you start raping someone, and you have to 'finnish what you started" ?


do you have to turn everything meaningful into bad???



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 06:33 AM
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I think you should look up the definition of Mercenary.


A mercenary, doens't fight for a nation, he doesn't fight for a cause, he doesn't fight out of hate, or out of pleasure, the only thing he fights for is money.

Do Hamas and Hizbullah work for a company? No.

They could be called alot of things, but mercenaries are not one of them.

Ok?
good.

[edit on 16-5-2005 by Syrian Sister]



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 07:29 AM
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Originally posted by ulshadow

Originally posted by Syrian Sister

As for shadow.

"we have to finnish what we started"

Is that like, when you start raping someone, and you have to 'finnish what you started" ?


do you have to turn everything meaningful into bad???


HAAAAAH

i have to admit to you, i laughed so hard i fell of my chair, I kill me.

My point was if you start something wrong, like invading a country (which is not too different to what i compared it too), why do you have to finnish it? There is absoletly nothing meaningful or right thing about it. When you know something is wrong, you stop doing it, end of story.



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 07:44 AM
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"Anyway why are you arguing with me? I'm just a little girl . Go argue with international law, and robert fisk. "

This is not good technique with someone like me. Also I dont put much stock in international law or Robert Fisk. Furthermore, this is a poor technique for you to attempt to play through by default. No free makeovers given here. International law is a concept used by many when expedient ...people think "International Law"...stop the press...everyone standby ... International Law..allows us to play through unhindered.
I dont buy it ..even from our leaders...for I know they, too. will use International Law when convenient. It smells..bad to me. No matter who is quoting International Law.
International Law will never be the high moral ground to me... It is not Holy Ground.

I dont see you as a little girl..... Grown up ..no not that either. Smooth..no not that also.

Oh by the way...the description you give of guards running over a car with kids and adults stuck in a traffic jam. You need to think that one through before trying such poor emotional stuff on a unawares people which most of the folks in this board are.
In a place like Iraq..you never want to get stuck immobile if you are a foreigner. It's obviously not good for Iraqis themselves.. judging by all the Iraqis killed in bombings by other Muslims. You dont seem to post this line of thought while seeking room to maneuver and play through.
If you think this is something that only happens to Muslims...think again. During WW2 at Omaha beach in Normandy , France. ...Americans were stuck at the beachs under very heavy German fire. By the time the Armor came ashore...it was difficult to maneuver for all the Americans hiding behind any obstacle which could afford any protection from the terrible German gun fire. The decision was made and enforced for the Armored vehicles if necessary to run over American soldiers to get into effective firing positon and overcome the Germans. This piece of history is not widely taught to Americans. I just happen to know about it from certain accounts.
I will never buy into your brand of "victimization" ..Syrian Sister.... it doesnt cut any weight with me.

As to the Syrian situation ..posted by someone else....I have my doubts about that one...it just smacks of something manufactured. I cannot prove that ..only speculation. Mostly based on the timing of the killing of the former minister. As FDR would be quoted by certain peoples " In politics if it happens we planned it that way. " Not he himself but whoever is we!!
A horrible killing happened in Lebanon...and events certainly ran with it. I am forced to ask ..who gains the most by these events.?? And also ...what is the next event with a similar fingerprint. It is just the way I think. You folks dont have to buy into this one.
In my biased opinion the Lebanon/Syrian situation was deliberately caused and designed to put the Syrians in a poor position...under great pressure...and it worked. Keep a close eye on Syria...Iran too. It will happen again ..when the timing is correct..with another country. Just as the changing of the Gurad in Iraq put the Lybians under tremendous pressure and caused Kadaffi to capitulate. Similar fingerprint. Who is next???

Thanks,
Orangetom



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 07:45 AM
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While no fan of what's going on there (from either side)...I've got to say that as brutal a tactic as it is...the tactic of mass murdering Iraqi soldiers and police, with the follow-up mass grave "findings" to discourage recruitment is an extremely innovative tactic, strategically speaking, on behalf of the insurgents.



posted on May, 16 2005 @ 10:43 AM
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i doubt that intentionally killing innocent people by the "freedom fighters" is very good tactic to use for intimidation.




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