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  • HYPOCRISY: US To Help Build A Wall On The Entire Tunisia/Libya Border

    There’s been a lot of talk about building walls this election cycle. Donald Trump famously has built a campaign around building a wall between Mexico and the US and having Mexico pay for it.

    He has been laughed at, mocked, maligned, and threatened for this stance. People have said it could never be done and the whole thing was a political stunt cooked up by Mr. Trump.

    The liberal left and even the Pope (who lives behind a wall) have called it downright inhumane.

    The Obama Administration and Hillary Clinton have derided and jeered at the idea of building a wall. The wall critics have piously stated, “That’s not who we are” or “We build bridges not walls”.

    So explain this hypocrisy…according to IntelligenceBriefs.com we are funding and building a massive wall and equipping it with high-tech electronic surveillance equipment to run the entire length of the Tunisia/Libya border.

    The video shows the wall is a combination of sand barriers and a mote! Yes, we are helping the Tunisians build a mote. Still in the middle ages? Apparently, the mote was not as effective as they had hoped, without some of America’s high tech gadgets.

    The purpose is to keep ISIS from coming into Tunisia, but walls don’t work…so what’s going on?

    Here is the short brief from Intelligence Briefs:

    March 29, 2016: The United States has agreed to fund the multi-million-dollar project to install an electronic security surveillance system on Tunisia-Libyan border. The wall that Tunisia is erecting is set to keep off ISIS terrorists that have found haven in the neighboring Libya.

    US Diplomatic mission to Tunisia said that the she would disburse the first installment of the $24.9 million project to strengthen the security along the frontier.

    The US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) awarded the contract to American construction group BTP and consulting and engineering firm AECOM.

    The project will include installation of an integrated surveillance system using sensors and regular security equipment as well training Tunisian personnel on how to use the system

    The project will robust the already built 200km barrier that stretches about half through the entire length of the border with Libya.

    The security wall/barrier was building following a series of attacks on holidaymakers in 2015 by t ISIS, the attacks are believed to have been planned in Libya.


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