In the Iraq war, America brought the concept of privatization of private military or army.
Prince Eric, an aide to former US President Donald Trump and former head of US company Blackwater, which provides mercenaries, attempted to topple the government in Libya. Eric proposed to arm a Libyan commander. This is an open violation of the rules of the United Nations.
This has been said in a UN confidential investigation report. In the Iraq war, America brought the concept of privatization of private military or army. Under this, security contractor companies such as Blackwater provided contract troops and other war aid to the United States in the war. This experiment was questioned after the killing and torture of ordinary civilians by these soldiers. The case of murder of 17 ordinary civilians in Iraq went to US court. Blackwater was found guilty in this.
Now after this investigation report of the UN, the consequences of privatization of the army are being discussed again. The report said that Eric was in 2019 to give a Libyan military commander a deal to hire foreign troops, attack aircraft, gunboats and cyber warfare. The deal was being done for around Rs 600 crore. It had plans to kill and monitor select Libyan commanders. So that the internationally recognized government of Libya can be brought down.
The company changed its name after Blackwater was banned by a US court. Eric has relaunched himself as an executive who deals with attacks in the last decade. These deals were sometimes for minerals and sometimes for military forces. But most of the deals were done in resource rich and African countries.
Eric is the poster boy of the atrocities of the private American military
Eric Prince became the poster boy of Private American Military after the Iraq War. Here the Prince’s company killed 17 ordinary citizens and persecuted the common people. Break the rules of war. Eric Prince is a former Navy SEAL. Eric’s brother was Davos Trump’s education secretary. At the same time, Eric is also involved in the investigation of Trump’s Russia connection.