Former Blackwater Contractor in Iraq Responsible for Murder while Drunk, is apparently back in Iraq again!

On October 5th Chairman Henry Waxman sent an inquiry to Condoleezza Rice the Secretary of State amid reports that a Blackwater contractor, who had been fired previously. Has now been given new employment by another contractor and is working in Iraq only two months after his former employer fired him. Chairman Waxman opines in his letter, “Serious questions now exist about whether the State Department may have withheld from the U.S. Defense Department facts about this Blackwater contractor’s shooting of the Iraqi guard that should have prevented his hiring to work on another contract in support of the Iraq War.”

Below is the full text of the letter sent by Henry Waxman to the Secretary of State: Read more of this post

Middle Eastern Peace Process Summit to occur in November

The countries of the European Union, Russia and the USA as well as the United Nations have agreed to include Saudi Arabia, Syria as well as ten Arab League members to the summit. How kind of them to invite those who would be most affected by the peace talks as they are being called.

The talks are being put forth to find an Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, however these talks would not have been necessary if in 1948 the world’s superpowers after World War II had not carved up the Middle East so horribly in the first place for political and economic gains.

Condoleezza Rice stated that the Arab nations are as she calls them “natural invitees” but said they would have to renounce violence. Think of it the United States telling others to renounce violence as they have invaded and are still at war in Afghanistan and Iraq. In the realm of reality how could anyone take Condoleezza Rice seriously? And how does she have the gall to make such statements with the way the US government is acting in this day and age, especially in the Middle East? Read more of this post

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