Trump White House weighs unprecedented plan to privatize much of the war in Afghanistan


Jim Campbell's

In war, there are no absolutes, and in our war in Afghanistan, we appear to be in a stalemate.

There is no guarantee that special operators like those of the once vaunted, “Blackwater, now called Frontier Services Group” be the answer?

One thing does seem certain, they won’t be playing by the rules of the Geneva Conventions and the current rules of engagement which hamper U.S. and coalition forces likely won’t bother them.

Another certainty is the contractor(s) winning the bid if this will be the way forward will become rich.

(Photo: Oxford Union, REX, Shutterstock, via AP)


Jim Michaels

August 8th, 2017

The White House is actively considering a bold plan to turn over a big chunk of the U.S. war in Afghanistan to private contractors in an effort to turn the tide in a stalemated war, according to the former head of a security firm pushing the project.

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