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    Default Maybe I should become a Security Guard

    $164,000 and up.

    Security Guards Needed For Overseas Assignments

    We have openings in the following countries;Brazil,Kuwait,
    Argentina,Afganistan,Panama,Dubai,Iraq.A Complete Resume Is A Must!
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    Default Re: Maybe I should become a Security Guard

    I bet USIC could do that job for cheaper if they could just roll back wages..
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    Default Re: Maybe I should become a Security Guard

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave72 View Post
    I bet USIC could do that job for cheaper if they could just roll back wages..
    You are probably right but they wouldn't protect the cheaper stuff - just the high $ items!
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    Default Re: Maybe I should become a Security Guard

    They will do it like in Lebanon. The government didn't want to appear a security force or something so didn't let them put up proper barricades or have the troops lock and loaded

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    Default Re: Maybe I should become a Security Guard

    Quote Originally Posted by sprayandpray View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dave72 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCableVine View Post

    We now have openings for male and female security guards. Starting salary = $164,000 to $192,000 per year, plus bonuses. We have openings in the following countries: Brazil, Kuwait, Argentina, Afganistan, Panama, Dubai, Iraq. A Complete Resume Is A Must!
    I bet USIC could do that job for cheaper if they could just roll back wages..
    You are probably right but they wouldn't protect the cheaper stuff - just the high $ items!
    I guess America is going into the private security sector for workers to relieve the soldier's current assignment of guarding the Afghan poppy fields for the upcoming invasion into Iran. We are now entering our 11th year in a war against a people who are only fighting back because we invaded them. The enemy in Afghanistan is not the Taliban; a group we organized, armed and trained when we called them the Mujahideen.

    What we have built is a hopelessly corrupt bureaucracy that floods the world with narcotics, planted by Afghan farmers, fertilized by the USAID, distributed by the CIA and protected by United States Marines.



    A U.S. Marine from the 24th Marine
    Expeditionary Unit mans a guard post next to a
    poppy field, near the town of Garmser,
    Helmand Province, Afghanistan, May 4, 2008.


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    A British soldier guarding a poppy field in Musa Qala,
    Helmand province, Afghanistan on March 28, 2009.

    We are there to run drugs; the real unspoken purpose of our war. That, in itself, is the point. In Afghanistan, the war is imagined. The heroin is real.
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    Opium and Heroin Are Afghanistan's
    Federal Reserve Bank

    In 2007, the UN reported that drug trafficking from Afghanistan had reached $64 billion, making up 93% of the world’s supply of the most destructive of all narcotics.

    That figure is now up to over $80 billion with Afghanistan’s market share to nearly 97% of the world’s supply, all of it processed and shipped under US supervision.

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    Default Re: Maybe I should become a Security Guard

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    But weed will get you thrown in prison on the tax payers' Dollar.

    And Alcohol? available in most convenience stores.


    All politics aside, I applied for that position.

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    Default Re: Maybe I should become a Security Guard

    more money....more problems...steve i would stick to locating.....just saying..ha
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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