Comment: Exactly, it's not what the

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Exactly, it's not what the

Exactly, it's not what the U.S. should do, but rather, what we should stop doing. The U.S. should immediately cease the transportation of weapons and cash to al-Cia -duh, err, I mean the syrian "rebels". We should also remove the boots we already have on the ground in the form of contractors and mercenaries.

Wikileaks, released the emails sent by SCG Chief Executive James F. Smith, the former director of Blackwater, which is blamed for the killing of many civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan.

In one of the emails, Smith says his company was contracted to engage the Turkey-based Syrian opposition in a so-called “fact finding mission,” but “the true mission is how they can help in regime change.”

The emails were sent to the vice president of intelligence at Stratfor, Fred Burton. Stratfor, a US-based global security think tank, describes itself as a source of geopolitical analysis to corporate and government clients.

Smith introduces his company to Burton by saying his “background is CIA and his company is comprised of former Department of Defense, CIA and former law enforcement personnel,” and his company provides services for those same groups in the form of training, security and information collection.

SCG’s mission with the Syrian opposition had “air cover from US Congresswoman Sue Myrick,” a Republican lawmaker from North Carolina, according to the emails.

Smith also provided intelligence to Stratfor on Libya, where SCG International was contracted to protect Libyan National Transitional Council members and train Libyan "rebels".