So wandering around news sites came across this article about mercenary armies and their place in this violent era of history. Don't forget this private agency morphed into Academi (https://www.academi.com/.) As did Dyncorp International changed its name and continued its operation resulting from scandals of corruption and various laws broken so does Blackwater keeps it business doors open,
Here are a couple excerpts from the article,
"McFate calls it neomedievalism, the “non-state-centric and multipolar world order characterized by overlapping authorities and allegiances.” States will not disappear, “but they will matter less than they did a century ago.” He compares this coming environment to the order that prevailed in Europe before the domination of nation-states with their requisite standing armies."
"The U.S. used contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan more than it had in any war in its history: in 2010 there were more contractors deployed to war zones (207,000) than U.S. servicemembers (175,000). In World War II, contractors only made up 10 percent of the military workforce, according to McFate."
The first statement seems to allude to borderless countries all subject to dominance by its rulers and the NWO. In the second statement, this illustrates its role in Bush's wars. Further reading of this article talks of the increase of privatized armies and its lack of regulations within them.