If you put the past two Blogs together, you get Amazing NIXON STYLE Entrapments that do appear to represent another example of QUID-PRO-QUO used by someone we all know. You do us a little favor and I’ll Release your Killers? And he did exactly that.
Looks like when you want certain stuff done, you Call Erik Prince. Check out the next Article to see what he’s been up to. But the Trump-Prince connection is interesting as his Property was used to train the Sex Lure Spy Ring that was used.
But look. He is still making News-
Mr. Prince provided three aircraft to assist in sending helicopters and military contractors to help Russian-backed Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar in 2019.
Apparently. There was a big push to Privatize the War in Afghanistan by using Paid Mercenaries as recently as 2020.
And this goes back to 2017
Trump may back Erik Prince plan to privatize war in Afghanistan.
But it is interesting seeing the relationship between Trump and Prince materialize more than once.
…advises and supports Chinese investment in oil and gas exploration operations in Africa.
Very, very interesting.
And the more I’ve read about Erik Prince, the more I realize that this is one amazing man who has done some amazing things.
Because Erik Prince — billionaire, soldier, family man, and spy — might just be reality’s most interesting man in the world.
His Life Story will make an amazing Book. And There is one. But we need the Fly on the Shoulder Story.
And the Spying keeps coming or leaking out! Now, in 2021, we learn about the Sexy Babe Traps he used and his folks trained for use by the Whitehouse.
The Blackwater founder wants to bring back his company’s glory days — and he’s campaigning for Donald Trump’s help to do it. But he’s haunted by past failures and is facing questions about a mercenary fiasco in Libya.
There weren’t enough retired special-forces veterans to meet the U.S. government’s staffing needs, and Blackwater began to hire less experienced, far less skilled personnel to meet demand. “They just ran out of people of the quality they needed,” a former senior U.S. military commander in Iraq tells Rolling Stone.