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Always Money for Wars
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The United States is responsible for 41 percent of the world’s military spending and 31 percent of armaments sold or given to other countries. 

Some 85-90 percent on average of those killed in wars in which those weapons are used are civilians. 

America has been at war in 222 of 240 years since 1776. Special Operations Command spokesman Ken McGraw said in 2015 that American Special Forces had been deployed in 147 countries –75 percent of the world’s recognised nations –and at any one time they are active in 80 to 90. 

The $ 400 billion spent on developing a new fighter jet (with $ 400,000 each for pilot ‘helmets’) could have given every homeless person in America a nice place to live. Instead the homeless population of New York alone soars past 60,000 –40 percent of them children. This is not incompetence, but calculation. 

The elites that control the creation and distribution of ‘money’ need war to advance their ambitions and they couldn’t care less if people eat or have shelter. Can you imagine the scale of insanity and psychopathy that it takes to allow people to die of starvation for lack of figment figures in a computer program? 

While this goes on we have laws being passed to stop people feeding the homeless, spikes installed where the homeless might sleep and park benches sectioned with armrests to stop anyone lying down. 

Those involved in this are psychopaths by any definition. Wars are key to the financial agenda in that Archon banks ‘lend’ money to Archon governments to bomb countries they want to acquire and when the killing and destruction is over they ‘lend’ still more to repair the devastation (when it suits them). 

This constant cycle of death, destruction and ‘new investment’ has manipulated nations into unrepayable levels of debt, and so control by those to whom they owe the ‘money’. Debtor countries have long been owned by Archon ‘lenders’ if the truth be told.
#2
Now the US are threatening Turkey

http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2542.htm
#3
Peace Is Bad for Business': War Profiteer Stocks Plummet After Diplomatic Progress With North Korea

https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/0...th%20Korea
#4
US Senate approves $716 Billion Military Budget as Millions of US Citizens face total poverty

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/06/19...ary-budget
  


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