Private Army Sets Sights on Iceland - Update: Part II

Vatic Note:  The only comment I have is the coincidence in timing of the referendum and these other two incidences.   Something is going on in Iceland.  Will try to stay abreast of it and let you know.  Just a reminder,  Netherlands, the home base of this mercenary army is also the home of the Bildebergs.  Could that be how that secretive military contract company could afford 200 billion dollars for the cost just to Iceland leaders for that base, not including all other expenses associated with setting it up???   Is this a trial run for the rest of us if we resist?
Title:   Private Army Sets Sights on Iceland, Update: Part II


By:    admin, info wars, & Paul Nikolov, The Reykjavik Grapevine
Date:    03/20/2010

Editor’s note: It looks like defiant Iceland will get a mercenary force of the sort exposed in Hardin, Montana. The E.C.A. website brags about its “seamless compatibility” with NATO. NATO was formed under the auspices of the United Nations’ Charter. As the former U.S. attorney general Ramsey Clark has noted, NATO is “a surrogate military police force for globalization and U.S. world economic domination,” that is to say the domination of the international bankers.

A private company offering military support has expressed interest in working with the Icelandic government. Many Icelanders are strongly opposed to the idea.

The company in question is known as ECA Program. They are a private company that works in military training and support for governments around the world, and have most recently worked with India. Their interest in Iceland is apparently strong enough to warrant the use of images from Keflavík – where the NATO base used to be located until it closed in 2006 – on their website. They have already asked the Icelandic government if they can utilize the base for their private air force, and are willing to pay 200 billion ISK to do so.

However, the Campaign Against Militarism – in Icelandic group originally founded in opposition to the NATO base – is strongly against the idea. They point out that the comany’s background is shrouded in mystery, and that they amount to a mercenary group. Furthermore, the company was denied operation permission in Canada.

Iceland, although a NATO country, does not have a military of its own. In fact, the vast majority of Icelanders polled have expressed opposition to supporting military efforts in Iraq,

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