Why, Exactly, Is US Central Command Creating And Overseeing A Private Saudi Security Force?

Why, Exactly, Is US Central Command Creating And Overseeing A Private Saudi Security Force?

The special security force is expected to grow to at least 35,000 members, trained and equipped by U.S. personnel as part of a multiagency effort that includes staff from the Justice Department, Energy Department and Pentagon. It is overseen by the U.S. Central Command.

Something about US Central Command building and overseeing an elite force in Saudi Arabia really bothers me on the globalist chessboard meter.  I find it interesting that this story came out the same day that Chairman Zero threw Israel to the wolves.  I also had not realized that the United States has divvied the world up into seven theaters of operation as the image from Centcom’s site shows.  See what happens when one chases the bankers?

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Another Case Of “Don’t Like Outcome? Change The Rules”

Another Case Of “Don’t Like Outcome? Change The Rules”

This would be entertaining to watch if it was not so apparent how dangerous Team O’s ideology is.  Let us not fall to the same arrogance and hubris that the current administration suffers from.

Justice Department to appeal dismissal of Blackwater indictment, Biden says

BAGHDAD — The Justice Department will appeal the dismissal of an indictment against five Blackwater Worldwide security guards accused of fatally shooting 14 Iraqis in September 2007, Vice President Biden told Iraqi officials Saturday.

“While we fully respect the independence and integrity of the U.S. judicial system, we were disappointed by the judge’s decision to dismiss the indictment,” Biden said after meeting with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani.

Legal experts say getting U.S. District Judge Ricardo M. Urbina’s ruling overturned is a long shot because his 90-page opinion clearly detailed errors made by investigators and prosecutors who worked on the case.

Under the law, the appellate court would have to find that Urbina’s findings were “clearly erroneous” to reinstate the indictment — a turn of events considered unlikely.

“By announcing this decision in Iraq, through an elected official, the United States makes clear that it has decided to do what is politically expedient, rather than what is just based on Judge Urbina’s unshakeable findings of prosecutorial misconduct and egregious violations,” Steven McCool, an attorney for Donald Ball, one of the guards, said in a statement.

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