The Green Berets and the Mystery of the Missing ‘G’

Virgin Niger and chad Chad.

There is actually a country in Africa called “Niger.” No, you don’t pronounce it like that. The ‘G’ is soft like a ‘J.’ But you can’t blame people for making that mistake, as the country exists as a post-colonial afterthought and essentially to fill a gap on the map.

Right now you might be wondering what vital interests the United States has there after the news came out that a group of Green Berets, one of the elite special forces of the American Empire, had been ambushed, with four killed — one more was just added to the three initially reported.

Niger is one of the poorest and most backward countries in the world, but thankfully it is literally in the middle of nowhere, so none of that should be a concern for anyone besides the people who have the misfortune to live there, or possibly their neighbors like Chad. Yet, it seems that elite US troops were sent there to provide target practice for a group called Al Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb, while the local government did all it could to hamper US forces.

Fox News learned the dead and injured soldiers were taken from the firefight by French Puma helicopters. Only one U.S. helicopter was available to pick up the Green Berets. It is not clear why it wasn’t used.

A senior Marine Corps general declined to comment on the lack of air cover at a Pentagon news conference Thursday.

“We are not prepared to go into details right now,” said Lt. Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

The Pentagon has built two drone bases inside Niger, but the local government doesn’t allow armed drone flights to protect U.S. troops, despite repeated requests from the U.S. military.

The question thus arises, WTF were they doing there?

Answers like “spreading democracy,” “protecting our allies,” or “keeping America safe” will rightly get you laughed at. That piece of scorpion-infested sand will never be a democracy, a friend to anyone, or a threat to anywhere let alone America. Also, there is not much in the way of oil. A little, yes, but hardly enough to justify military operations and a steady trickle of American deaths.

So, what possible reason is there for US special forces to be at risk there?

The only possibility is that some autiste in the State Department had a look at the map, thought there was a ‘G’ missing, and called his friends at the Pentagon to go and have look for it. I really can’t think of any other reason why the US is there.

Also, did they find it? The taxpayers need to know if their money is being well spent.

Tfw you die for a bit of worthless desert in the middle of nowhere that hates you.




  1. Mikael Jackson 8 October, 2017 at 05:46 Reply

    If companies want to do business in dangerous places, they should foot the bill for their own private security.

    We’re not a corporate state. At least, not officially.

      • craicher 8 October, 2017 at 08:28 Reply

        Hypothetically. In the world as it is now we need to secure our homelands. Never should we colonize another people and try to make them White.

        But that is also America because that is what we did. Colonized, ethnically cleansed and made some Lebensraum for our people.

        • Japheth 8 October, 2017 at 18:05 Reply

          I agree, colonialism created the modern civilized world, egalitarianism has deconstructed it and now threatens to destroy it. Looking inwardly and reclaiming our homelands ought to be our priority, but the isolationism will only be temporary.

          Our people can’t turn away and abandon the imperial spirit, it goes against our nature. Hopefully, these ambitions can be channelled to ascend skyward to conquer the stars. But that will never happen unless order is maintained on Earth.

  2. Matt 7 October, 2017 at 22:20 Reply

    I’m sure we send a stupid amount of foreign aid to that shithole. Foreign aid weaponizes the mud races via population growth which. Screw their uranium. If companies want it hire top tier security operators to guard operations.we shouldn’t have any troops there. Much less an embassy

    • Liddell 7 October, 2017 at 22:10 Reply

      Well, let the mining companies bear the full security costs, then. Does anyone seriously think having a few dozen US troops running round in the desert getting shot at will (a) sew up all the uranium, (b) turn Niger into a stable country, and (c) prevent the Chinese from lending their way into a position of dominance there if they choose to? As usual America is acting in a geopolitically illiterate way. This stems from its ideological contradictions as an egalitarian imperialist.

  3. Monty Mondegreen 7 October, 2017 at 21:22 Reply

    I was hoping that at least the guys killed would not be White.
    But Green Beret and non-White are pretty much self-contradictory.
    What an absurd waste.

  4. Helix adastra 7 October, 2017 at 20:42 Reply

    Was Biafra part of Nigeria and the battle for control of the oil ended up creating a massive famine that started the skinny sick starving African child porn that shekels are sought for?

  5. PM 7 October, 2017 at 19:38 Reply

    Niger is the worlds fifth largest producer of high quality uranium. French company Areva Group operate the mines in the Sahel region, where al-Qaeda are active and French special forces have been there since 2013. Uranium is, of course, an important resource….

    • Liddell 7 October, 2017 at 20:02 Reply

      Well, let the mining companies bear the full security costs, then. Does anyone seriously think having a few dozen US troops running round in the desert getting shot at will (a) sew up all the uranium, (b) turn Niger into a stable country, and (c) prevent the Chinese from lending their way into a position of dominance there if they chose to? As usual America is acting in a geopolitically illiterate way. This stems from its ideological contradictions as an egalitarian imperialist.

      • TrashGreen 7 October, 2017 at 22:31 Reply

        A) they don’t need to sew up all of it, just the existing mines and potential future ones.
        B) unnecessary as long as said uranium keeps coming
        C) special forces are enough to tell china hands off

        The alt-right would do better pointing out that US imperialism is based on cynical calculations and special interests than whatever this article was.

        • Liddell 7 October, 2017 at 22:52 Reply

          So having a few dead Green Berets in the sand helps us to sew up all the existing mines and potential future ones? Hmmm, not sure how that works. Next question will they let the US fly its drones, LOL?

          Obviously the US is arse over tit here.

          I had to laugh at your childish belief in the fetishistic magic of US special forces. Great guys and the rest, but the Chinese have already got their tentacles all over Africa. Also they know how easy it is to get rid of US forces. Just do a Black Hawk down and they fuck off. Something to do with the ideological contradictions of being an egalitarian imperialist nation.

          • Telemachus_1 8 October, 2017 at 06:05

            You have zero understanding of politics. Zero. How can anyone be so naive to think ideology or egalitarianism has anything to do with securing natural resources in Niger? I can’t believe you deleted my last criticism of you. You really are pathetic. I was there the day Richard pulled the plug on Alternative Right and he did it no small part because you are a spineless fag. We were laughing about how much you suck.

            Why he brought you back into the mix I will never know. We might as well have Andy Nowicki give us some speeches on onanism. LOL

          • Weaver1 8 October, 2017 at 20:37

            Our elite had to pick between helping America’s poor and helping the global poor. They chose the latter…

            A push towards greater economic equality within the US would be nice. Such would lead to greater tradition, but also greater poverty, in the rest of the world. (So, the rest of the world would likely become more conservative.)

            Anyway, great article. China is surging ahead with its power interests. The Chinese have tricked the US and Europe in so many ways. A strong state managed by a “Party” seems to win over a democracy.

            I guess the primary difference is China’s elite likes China somewhat. Our elite hate us. They can’t even defend their own power interests, because doing so would help US citizens somewhat.

          • Zyzz 9 October, 2017 at 07:51

            The Chinese are at a great advantage because they are so homogenous they can actually get things done with little conflict or argument. Compare that with the US, we can hardly agree to DEPORT PEOPLE WHO ARE HERE ILLEGALLY. Who do you honestly think is going to win in the long run? It’s a no brainer in my opinion.

          • Weaver1 9 October, 2017 at 08:12

            The US could thrive if we returned to Eurocentrism, but that won’t happen of course. Civic nationalism would be nice, could maybe work somewhat. But no one wants that.

            A larger middle class would at least encourage greater unity within the US and would reduce the temptation our wealthy ruling elite suffer from. I don’t mean to encourage miscegenation of course. Too many whites oppose encouraging an independent middle class, because they realise that would mean helping nonwhites. But, nonwhites can vote, and some deal needs to be reached to reduce (or ideally end) immigration.

            The US and Europe appear generally trapped, but things will change, for better or worse, with time.

            China does have some potential problems, but the Han majority will likely rise dominant in the world.

          • Zyzz 9 October, 2017 at 13:09

            Civic nationalism really only works if all competing groups feel similarly about their nation. In theory it works. But so does communism. Fact is, when you have competing groups (races in this instance) you will see slight differences within groups. Maybe whites have more representation in govt, blacks more in sports. Maybe Hispanics come to dominate agriculture and construction. Certain groups may feel it is unfair that Hispanics demand higher and higher prices for food while the white govt constantly denies them higher prices. People segment along racial lines and civ nat-ism simply falls apart.

        • Billy Brown 8 October, 2017 at 21:43 Reply

          that’s what it did but your summary was a nice addition. if you leave off “than whatever this article was” it helps us without getting these hard working authors defensive

        • Atlantian Nationalist 8 October, 2017 at 22:12 Reply

          No, rather everything has to be a Jewish conspiracy. The reason the article is so truncated because the author can’t think of any serious way to blame this all on Israel or ZOG, so here’s some n-word jokes

        • Telemachus_1 8 October, 2017 at 06:09 Reply

          The United States, the remnants of the British Empire, and the BRICS nations are working together to establish the kind of reserve currency system envisioned at the first UN conference. While stupid white people like Lidell think the powers of international finance somehow need high IQ white people or orientals, that doesn’t matter for shit.

          For the ruling class, there is no Russia. There is no US. These are bullshit polities created and maintained purely to dupe the masses. There is absolutely zero conflict between the US, Russia and China. The ruling classes of these countries are getting drunk off $5,000 bottles of champaign and blowing snow off strippers asses before fucking them like animals. And then they laugh at stupid Americans.

          You aren’t stupid. You know something. But “sell” is the wrong word in the context of this ridiculous post that brings further shame to the revolutionary Right of America.

      • Weaver1 8 October, 2017 at 21:02 Reply

        If the government is involved selling uranium to unwanted parties, you’d think we could simply surgically strike any luxury houses and boats owned by the pertinent government elite, freeze bank accounts, etc. In other words, make it so they can’t enjoy their wealth if aiding al Qaeda.

        I’m a true believer that this warring could be greatly reduced if putting America First. Preventing the spread of nukes sounds nice I suppose.

        Just to add, I happen to know the price of uranium is currently very low. So, increased costs there might lead to the closing of the mines, which would mean no more threat to us.

        Metal prices:

      • N0 0ne 11 October, 2017 at 11:50 Reply

        The “American” Empire is not quite as incompetent as you believe it to be, unfortunately. It’s just that the interests that it acts to advance are almost never those of the historic American nation.

        This episode made the news because of the deaths (of course). There are US troops based all over Africa. Their presence (and the reasons for it) is never deemed to be newsworthy, for some reason.

    • WR_the_realist 7 October, 2017 at 21:10 Reply

      Canada produces three times as much uranium as Niger. Niger could disappear tomorrow and nobody would miss it.

      • Telemachus_1 8 October, 2017 at 06:11 Reply

        You don’t get it. There is no Canada. There is no Niger. There is international finance capital. And they want the WHOLE WORLD. There can be no exceptions.

      • Canuk Atlarge 8 October, 2017 at 19:35 Reply

        But dealing with honest, stable, peaceful, somewhat solvent nations like Canada wouldn’t result in dead US soldiers and massive wealth redistribution of your tax dollars to violent terrorist savages who hate you.

  6. Marathon-Youth 7 October, 2017 at 19:15 Reply

    I had to stop and check on Niger. I read the wiki version. Then I went into the history. Niger was used as a crossroad in trade between surrounding kingdoms, and the Mid East which would have also included the Far East. But nothing in this land. I googled to check what Niger would have in her museum and there was no link. Checked for any kind of ancient ruin…none. It is stunningly barren. The pictures of caged animals was too sad to see. This nation should not exist in the 21st century. She is an aberration to me.

    • Telemachus_1 8 October, 2017 at 06:19 Reply

      Some of us have been in this since you were in grade school. If I wanted to relax, I shoot a hit of heroin and not give a fuck about anything. This is the last website standing that remotely reflects the political ideology necessary to prevent total disaster for our people and civilization itself.

      This is what this movement has become. Losers coming to read this crap like it’s Jerry Springer or some shit.

  7. Niger 7 October, 2017 at 16:45 Reply

    >There is actually a country in Africa called “Niger.”
    >WTF were they doing there?
    Why do you allow idiots to write for this website? There are 1200+ UN peace keeping soldiers in Niger. The American soldiers were most likely involved UN operations.

  8. Telemachus_1 7 October, 2017 at 16:11 Reply

    This is the absolutely MOST retarded piece ever written by Lidell. This is why we fail. Time and again. Every fucking alt right retard thinks he is a genius, but everyone else – especially those running the most powerful country in the history of mankind – are all imbeciles.

    How do you wake up in the morning and be this stupid? You live in fucking Japan, under US military occupation. Do you think they are there for shits and giggles?

    There is a war going on. It is the greatest world war ever. It is war over living space and natural resources. Obviously, Niger has some kind of natural resources we deem necessary to secure. Not secure within a pre-war imperialist concept, but secure within some kind of stable regime that can participate in the globalist monetary system.

    To libertardians: No, we are not going back to the gold standard. The New Bretton Woods is going to be like Keynes’ Bancor.

    This movement is fucking finished. Everyone at the top is just a narcissistic fool who is in this game just to feel superior to everyone else. Sickening. Positively sickening.

      • Johnny Fascismo 7 October, 2017 at 19:37 Reply

        Yeah well, sometimes the black pill is necessary to inspire action, and the white pill just keeps people feeling warm and cozy when they should be on their feet and fighting. I’m a truth seeker and have always tried and take the world for what it is, not how I would like it to be. Keep your Soma holidays. The pursuit of truth, no matter how unpleasant, is the only path worth taking. All other roads lead to complacency as they are predicated on lies.

        • Frank Puskas 7 October, 2017 at 21:53 Reply

          Surely you recognize the difference between uncomfortable truth-telling, anger, and candidness, and a rant obviously intended to make discourage people, get them to withdraw, and tell them that no matter what, all is lost.

          • Johnny Fascismo 7 October, 2017 at 22:10

            Not all is lost, but this movement isn’t really going anywhere. Big tents are stupid and self defeating for every party involved. There needs to be a clear programme that all members are following, and failure to comply gets you ousted. You have to have a strong and committed core before you start thinking about how to get normies on your side, and that core just does not exist in the Alt-Right. It’s a vague movement, with vague goals, that mostly just reacts to the left.

  9. Hipster Racist 7 October, 2017 at 16:01 Reply

    Funny, but after the 9/11 false flag there was a window in which the US Empire was quite open about its plans. Africa, along with parts of the Middle East and Central Asia, are the only places left on earth that aren’t firmly in the grip of a major power. They don’t have strong governments or in many cases societies even developed enough to support a strong state. So, in the “Great Game” they are up for grabs. The US pretended to “decolonize” Africa at some point in the post Cold War era, only to watch China step in. So, a “New Pearl Harbor” was needed to provide cover for imperial expansion.

    Pseudo-liberal imperialists such as Christopher Hitchens spent a lot of time pointing that out, accusing the Chinese of “reintroducing slavery” to Africa and justified “the West” – meaning, USA – “re-engaging” in Africa, to “free the slaves” of course. Hey, it worked for the Yankee imperialists in the 1860s, why not now?

    So, we see the USA Empire hiring “Al Qaeda” and “ISIS” mercenaries under the command of US Empire client state Saudi Arabia to provide an “enemy” to “liberate” the natives from.

    To keep the rubes riled up, they make sure to import plenty of Muslims to Europe and America to keep Whitey fighting the Muzzies. The lunatic LARPers among the religious play along, acting like Islam is some civilization force that needs to be checked, as it gives them something to do and distracts from their world wide boy-molesting network. The liberals play along, at times, but liberals – being smarter than conservatives – aren’t as easily fooled, which is why such transparent nonsense like “Kony 2012” fell apart instantly.

    Africa is a lush continent full of natural resources and some of the best farmland anywhere. It’s too bad Whitey doesn’t have more kids, because colonizing Africa would provide plenty of lebensraum for a growing population of White babies. All we’d have to do is bring plenty of birth control pills for the natives.

    • Atlantian Nationalist 8 October, 2017 at 22:46 Reply

      Al Qaeda and ISIS are on the US’s payroll? So the US invades a country but then pays some dudes to fight a bloody insurgency to kill their own troops and make everything more difficult? Any more expert geopolitical analysis?

        • Atlantian Nationalist 9 October, 2017 at 08:03 Reply

          What, you wrote some fan fiction a few years ago? Any other proof? ISIS was riding around in gear they stole. They (were) fighting everyone, not just Assad. Groups like that DO exist .. ie the Bandera led Ukrainian nationalists that killed both Nazis and Soviets in WW2 – it doesn’t mean they were on either sides “payroll”. None of this makes any sense, if the US owned ISIS, why let them take 1/3rd of Iraq and tarnish both Bush and Obama’s legacy? If they’re your guys, why bomb the shit out of them when they’re killing Kurds and Yazidis and actual US-backed FSA, instead of just getting on the phone? Why kill so many of them and blow up all the tanks and artillery they would need to actually take on Assad? But you’re not about facts , just feels, that’s why you didn’t mention Al Qaeda again (lol).. any conspiritard theory is accepted as fact as long as its against the Establishment..

          • Hipster Racist 9 October, 2017 at 08:28

            Proxy warfare is as old as war itself, and low level mercenary forces are typically pawns of powers greater than themselves.

            The official narrative of “ISIS” as some sort of radical Muslim force with a world-wide presence, glossy magazines, and a film studio that rivals Hollywood – is propaganda – it’s a rebranding of the Al Qaeda farce, which was never more than a few hundred mercenaries in Afghanistan and a few special ops teams in Arab capitals.

            Of course there are “ISIS fighters” that are actually Muslim fanatics but the “leader of ISIS” apparently doesn’t even exist – he’s a character like Emmanuel Goldstein.

            I’m sorry, this stuff was all exposed few years ago – you’re welcome to read up on it.

          • Atlantian Nationalist 10 October, 2017 at 07:41

            Yes I know what a proxy is… ie the seperatists in Donbas are proxies for Russia, the Grey Wolves and other militias in Northern Syria are proxies for Turkey, the FSA used to be funded by the State Department before it got fucked up by ISIS and other jihadi groups.
            What proxies AREN’T are guys that take your territory, attack your allies, and kill your people. They’re also supposed to be fighting some war for you, which is going to be increasingly hard for them seeing as Raqqa is going to fall to SDF forces (who are actually backed by the US and the West) within a month. So unless you have some super secret evidence to share, I’ll just chalk up this whole “ISIS is bankrolled by the US” as another shit tier low effort conspiracy theory for people who prefer to dumb down complex conflicts and geopolitics into retarded, easy to digest rhetoric…

          • Hipster Racist 10 October, 2017 at 09:01

            Regardless of how ones feels about the US Empire, it’s at least comforting to know that America’s military leaders are far more sophisticated than those that believe their propaganda:


            For more than a year, the leader of one the most notorious insurgent groups in Iraq was said to be a mysterious Iraqi named Abdullah Rashid al-Baghdadi.

            As the titular head of the Islamic State in Iraq, an organization publicly backed by Al Qaeda, Baghdadi issued a steady stream of incendiary pronouncements. Despite claims by Iraqi officials that he had been killed in May, Baghdadi appeared to have persevered unscathed.

            On Wednesday, a senior American military spokesman provided a new explanation for Baghdadi’s ability to escape attack: He never existed.

            Brigadier General Kevin Bergner, the chief American military spokesman, said the elusive Baghdadi was actually a fictional character whose audio-taped declarations were provided by an elderly actor named Abu Adullah al-Naima.

          • Atlantian Nationalist 10 October, 2017 at 09:17

            Rofl.. I hope you’re not mixing up the two al-Baghdadis.. Abu Omar from your 2007 article during the Iraq war and Abu Bakr, the leader of ISIS. Really shit tier stuff man

          • Hipster Racist 10 October, 2017 at 09:26

            The other one is fake, this one is real! ISIS it totally a real group, the glossy English magazine is totally put out by religious fanatics driving around in trucks with a mobile film studio that rivals Hollywood! Rofl.

          • Atlantian Nationalist 10 October, 2017 at 11:33

            LOL. confirmed for just copy pasta’ing propaganda without even understanding it. But it wouldn’t even matter because if it was the same dude, because (iMAGINEMYSHOCK), shady terrorist groups and insurgencies can only benefit if their enemies are confused about the status of their leadership. I think you need the Turner Diaries one more time lol

            and using the quality of ISIS “promotional material” as evidence that there’s a conspiracy here? Have you seen what kind of YouTube short films a few amateur college kids can put together, ie movie quality CGI? or did you think one of those illiterate gunmen standing around would be doing the editing after? For someone who wrote and ostensibly did research for all those articles, that’s pretty fucking shit tier reasoning

          • Hipster Racist 10 October, 2017 at 13:30

            If you get your counter-insurgency “knowledge” from the Turner Diaries, I can’t help you.

            You are the one positing some world wide conspiracy of fanatical Muslims, that can pop up anywhere, at any time, complete with a publishing house – with propaganda distributed by Amazon Inc., no less – a Hollywood studio that rivals anything in LA, and an elite group of “hackers” that regularly outwits the NSA.

            It’s truly a blockbuster level conspiracy you’re spinning there – it’s on the level of Donald Rumsfeld’s cartoon “Cobra Commander Underground Lair.”


          • Atlantian Nationalist 10 October, 2017 at 21:06

            Pop up anywhere? Amazon? What the fuck are you talking about LOL. literally scatter brained rambling conspiracy theorist posting

          • Atlantian Nationalist 11 October, 2017 at 01:53

            lol.. the US government is behind ISIS because you could buy Dabiq on Amazon before it was taken down? You do know anyone can sell shit on Amazon right? Hey, Mein Kampf is still on there, I guess what shitty liberals say about that vast right wing conspiracy really is true OY VEY
            I really hope you’re not being serious at this point. But politics really does make people retarded so who knows..

          • Atlantian Nationalist 11 October, 2017 at 07:56

            You know there’s a shitload of Arabs in Israel right? Did you even read your own article? Where they talk about guys with names like “Mohammed” being arrested under suspicion of being involved with ISIS?
            You’re literally just repeating shit you heard on the Merchant Minute at this point lol

  10. Privada Machina 7 October, 2017 at 15:52 Reply

    Arms dealing, there’s no other reason to be there. They likely got killed becasue they were acused of ‘stealing rain’ or some shit.

  11. Rebel Bill 7 October, 2017 at 15:48 Reply

    You made valid points in this article Colin. You’ve got talent as a writer. The problem is that your ability to reach people is going to be extremely limited unless you learn to write as an adult.

    • Liddell 7 October, 2017 at 19:05 Reply

      Wrong. Today you have to make your points quick and funny or no one’s listening. This is yet another pointless over-extension of an “empire” that can’t defend its own borders and for no observable benefit for its own people. It deserves contempt, not some 16,000-word article about possible oil pipelines.

  12. genocidal_maniac 7 October, 2017 at 15:42 Reply

    On a broad level, Africa has an undue amount of prestige thanks to black nationalism here in the USA. So subtly the decision makers feel a bit of righteousness when deploying there, and on some level they view it as atoning for slavery.

    You also do realize that many people on the Left believe that we should have sent troops to Rwanda to intervene in that civil war. They actually will make utilitarian arguments like “it would only result in a few hundred dead servicemen while preventing the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Africans.

    One day, a black president will get the USA embroiled in a little Vietnam in Africa. And were that to happen, black nationalism would thankfully be finished. Because black nationalism is irritating and regressive.

      • genocidal_maniac 7 October, 2017 at 19:04 Reply

        No, there is a high likelihood given prevailing trends.

        At some point we’re going to get embroiled in some African civil war and the government/media will be accusing anti war people of racism.

  13. NotYouNotSure 7 October, 2017 at 15:15 Reply

    On a more serious note as to why they are there, it more than likely has to do with China and its increasing presence in Africa. The USA clearly wants to make sure nobody challenges its empire, even in Africa, thus the need to have troops in Niger of all places, the excuse that it is to fight Al Qaeda is laughable since they support them in Syria.

    I have to mention that I don’t support this foreign policy, but those that are behind this certainly think this way.

    • Liddell 7 October, 2017 at 19:06 Reply

      Great, but this is clearly not the way to stop the Chinese Empire from growing, in fact no country has done more to grow the Chinese empire than America in the last 30-40 years.

      • TrashGreen 7 October, 2017 at 22:34 Reply

        No but it’s the best the US government can do without creating unacceptably high casualties and tipping off normies that the empire is still here and not going anywhere. Remember, both Obama and Trump ran against increased imperialism, it’s clearly a popular enough position.

      • Telemachus_1 8 October, 2017 at 06:12 Reply

        Wow. Liddell does have a brain. Who opened up China? Nixon. What did Nixon do just before he opened up China? Ended the Bretton Woods system. Now the New Bretton Woods system is beginning, and you are lost.

  14. Captain John Charity Spring MA 7 October, 2017 at 14:46 Reply

    The one in the center looks like he got lost on his way back to Belfast. Oh I bet those three blended in like super secret soldiers.

  15. MBNM 7 October, 2017 at 14:44 Reply

    Probably there to hunt maghrebian hostage takers. Their deaths would have been covered up if it was anything more secret.

  16. adolf binladin 7 October, 2017 at 13:41 Reply

    Probably Intel gathering or looking for one very specific haji. Good thing another one won’t just pop up