Category Archives: Terrorism

Multi Billion Dollar Bonanza: Companies which Make Money By Keeping Americans “Terrified of Terror Attacks”

Multi Billion Dollar Bonanza: Companies which Make Money By Keeping Americans “Terrified of Terror Attacks”   A massive industry profits off the government-induced fear of terrorism. By Alex Kane Global Research, September 22, 2014 Theme: 9/11 & ‘War on Terrorism’, … Continue reading

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Bill O’Reilly Is Not a Military — or Any Other Kind of — Genius

Bill O’Reilly on ABC’s “The View.” (photo: Carolyn Cole/LA Times) Bill O’Reilly Is Not a Military — or Any Other Kind of — Genius By Charles Pierce, Esquire 24 September 14   ining for the Hessians, are we? On the … Continue reading

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THE ROLE OF PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ORGANISED CRIME AND MODERN TERRORISM IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION

THE ROLE OF PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ORGANISED CRIME AND MODERN TERRORISM IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION LLANAJ, Ergys. Defense Resources Management in the 21st Century: n/a. Brasov: Romanian National Defense University, Regional Department of Defense Resources … Continue reading

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Double your money! UK private security as terrorism vector

Double your money! UK private security as terrorism vector   Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist. Published time: July 18, … Continue reading

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The Wild West in East Africa

The Wild West in East Africa What do a handful of South African mercenaries do for an encore in Somalia, once all the pirates are gone? BY JAMES BRIDGER, JAY BAHADUR | MAY 30, 2013 It’s not easy to be … Continue reading

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24 B’desh police officials on training in USA

  24 B’desh police officials on training in USA Published : Tuesday, 16 April 2013 A 13-day training programme focusing on post-blast investigation began in Moyock, North Carolina, USA Monday with 24 Bangladeshi police officers participating in it, reports UNB. … Continue reading

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Civilians on the Battlefield: By Using U.S. Civilians in the War on Terror, Is the Pot Calling the Kettle Black?

Nebraska Law Review 2012 91 Neb. L. Rev. 459  Civilians on the Battlefield: By Using U.S. Civilians in the War on Terror, Is the Pot Calling the Kettle Black? Joshua P. Nauman* * Commander, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, U.S. Navy; … Continue reading

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Law, Ethics, And The War On Terror: Essay: Criminal Prosecution of Civilian Contractors by Military Courts

South Texas Law Review Summer, 2009 50 S. Tex. L. Rev. 845 Symposium: Law, Ethics, And The War On Terror: Essay: Criminal Prosecution of Civilian Contractors by Military Courts NAME: Eugene R. Fidell* BIO: * Florence Rogatz Visiting Lecturer in … Continue reading

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Oil and gas industry reviews security

Oil and gas industry reviews security By Sylvia Pfeifer, FT.com January 21, 2013 — Updated 1207 GMT (2007 HKT)   Balancing profits, security in Algeria STORY HIGHLIGHTS Algeria drama has led oil and gas industry to soul search on investing … Continue reading

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Contractors in the “War on Terror”: Enabling Global Military Deployment

Contractors in the “War on Terror”: Enabling Global Military Deployment By Mark Erbel on August 18, 2011 When asking about the role of private contractors in the so-called “War on Terror”, one has to be careful not to fall for … Continue reading

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