Erik Prince, founder of the security firm Blackwater and a retired U.S. Navy SEAL, appeared on the most recent edition of conservative Milo Yiannopoulos’ podcast and shared some ideas about how to end Daesh and why Donald Trump’s four bankruptcies make him a better candidate.
Yiannopoulos asked Erik Prince to share his three-point plan for destroying Daesh, and he was only too happy to oblige, commenting that the first thing to do is to destroy Daesh’ caliphate first because it “gives them legitimacy.”
“They believe in creating an earthly kingdom that they dominate and want to expand to control the rest of the civilized world,” he said, adding that taking that away from them means “no land that they govern, nothing they can control.”
To do that, U.S. or NATO forces would need to “crush their conventional combat capability.”
Secondly, Erik Prince believes that taking away their money will be important and that starts with seizing control of their land.
Finally, Erik Prince believes that to beat Daesh, America and its allies have to start winning the cyber wars. He says that Daesh is using the internet to “recruit mentally ill, crazy people who think they can atone for their problems in life by doing some type of atrocity.”
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