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Ex-employees Claim Blackwater Pimped Out Young Iraqi Girls

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posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 09:15 AM

Originally posted by tatersalad
no what it sounds like is more of cheney and company getting away with anythimg they want to. didnt haliburton have a child porn problem a while back.
but again, everyone will spill the old I NEED PROOF then the few peeps that stood up for this unjustice will end up hanging themselves. or putting a round in there head.
then everything will be swept under the carpet and the cattle can go back to getting there mocha and Mcdonalds
my god people wake up to your surroundings. there are wolves all over this pasture that we are living in

Ah, right. But as Rasputin13 has said we would need iron-clad testimony in court that, " there are wolves all over this pasture that we are living in" Ya know they may not really be wolves, just little puppy dogs with unusually long teeth.

I mean when we have an organization that has proven time and again that they are evil personified, we have to ASSume they are lilly white with each new accusation? This smacks of legalism gone berserk, in my opinion. My solution for Blackwater...shoot 'em all and let god sort 'em out.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 09:30 AM
It absolutely astounds me that people are claiming to have some moral high stance while at the same time supporting what is essentially an uncontrolled global death squad.

Is this supposed to be a diversion or what? Sure, no-one should be hanged without a trial, but Lots of innocent people also get wrongly condemned in the courts. The system can't be trusted to get to the truth. It is usually the ones with the most money, who can afford the best lawyers that get the system to work their way.

If you are waiting for a court to tell you Prince and XE are bad news then you are not fully human. Every bone in my body tells me these are the bad guys. If you don't have that reaction then perhaps it is because you are somehow involved with them.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 10:14 AM
reply to post by wayno

Nobody is supporting anyone.

Level minded people are looking past what some people associated with that company has done and not judging those accused of others past acts.

Ford (the car guy) funded the Nazis, but you wouldn't say everyone who works for Ford motor company is a Nazi sympathizer would you?

Don't judge someone soley on who they work for and don't presume guilty until proven innocent.

I'm sure that would be a trend you wouldn't want to see fall on you.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 11:15 AM
As much as I fundamentally dislike Xe I'm going to
have to agree that we NEED PROOF before this can
go any further. On the other hand it is common knowledge
that the war in Iraq is an ILLEGAL war based on fabricated
evidence. Has anyone in charge been brought to justice for
the destruction of a sovereign nation? No. Of course not. The
game in Washington has been rigged to the exclusion
of both "we the people" and constitutional law.

America has become a rogue nation that disregards both
international law and treaties that we have signed. We are
now in a dark age where corporate feudalism is the supreme
power in the land. Either we will end up as drones with no rights
or there will be a major overhaul of both our legislative and
economic systems.

Communism fell because it became too top-heavy and
centralized. American "Free enterprise" has likewise detached
itself from reality and works only for the benefit of ultra-rich.
Wall street has become our Politburo. Our federal government
no longers functions to promote "the general welfare of the

Xe is symptomatic of all that has gone wrong our country. If
brought to a fair trial we shall see just how deep the rabbit
hole goes.

posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 05:15 PM
Edit : Delete

[edit on 9-8-2009 by Strictsum]

posted on Aug, 9 2009 @ 09:28 PM
reply to post by Asktheanimals

Has anyone in charge been brought to justice for
the destruction of a sovereign nation? No. Of course not.

That's the rub.
Everyone knows this -- everyone around the whole fricken world knows this.!
And yet, nothing is done about it (except, mind you the efforts of a few so-called "terrorists") - -the rest of us sit around moaning about it.
And still, nothng gets done.
Our impotency to do anything about such blatant and in your face criminality is a huge symptom of how America and the world has seriously gone off the track!!
I believe we are doomed. Its going to take something horrible to shake up the status quo.

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 01:51 PM

Originally posted by drwizardphd

Originally posted by ninecrimes
He-said, she-said.

Where's the proof? Until I see any (this post shows ZERO evidence, not a single shred), I am pretty offended by this post.

Lame. Lame. Lame.

What proof do you want? Semen samples from the young girls who were raped? Video tapes of this going on (do you honestly think they'd record it)? Transaction records for the money exchanged when the children were pimped out?

In this instance, multiple individuals have come forward and admitted under oath that this activity has been going on. The people have remained anonymous because they have been threatened with death by Mr. Prince himself.

Do you honestly believe that corroborated testimony in a court of law does not pass as 'evidence'? Because our legal system would beg to differ. The two individuals who have come forward have done so anonymously. What do you suppose it is that they have to gain from this, exactly?

Fine and dandy. But you did not answer my question:

If I swore under oath that you pimped out little girls, would you believe it and hang yourself, like you're calling for this guy to be?

If so, I will gladly testify that you pimped ME out, just to see how your stupid ideals hold up while you're being killed for something you didn't do.

I have no respect for the words "under oath". Until I see any evidence of the accusations, I will continue to feel bad for the accused and will continue to say "damn you" to the bottomless accusations.

Remember, guys, we live in America. "INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY".

posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 01:59 PM
reply to post by burntheships

Okay, while no fan of Blackwater/Xe this story is a little difficult to swallow.

Unless of course they were operating under the principle of...

When in Rome...

In the Middle East specifically, marriage of 12 and 13 year olds and the selling of young girls by a father is not illegal, because they are seen as property.

While I will say I cannot agree with nor condone such actions, this story is a little on the far-fetched side to me.

Yes, I understand that the origins of the thread are about "pimping out" those Iraqi girls, which is why I stated exactly what I did, once a young woman is sold in the Middle East, the parents have no control over what the person purchasing her for does to her or has her to do for them.

Again, while I have no love for Blackwater/Xe nor mercenaries/private military contractors, I find it difficult to believe this particular story in its entirety.

You have to look at the claimants of the story with the thought of revenge of ex-employees, no matter who the employers was or is, unfortuanately.

[edit on 10-8-2009 by SpartanKingLeonidas]

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