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This isn't surprising War has always been a Racket. You people should look up USMC Major General, Smedley Butler's speech and book that he wrote in 1934 called War is a Racket. He speaks about this.
"The Flag follows Wall Street and the Soldiers follow the flag"
note: this will be lengthy but you should enjoy
The executives of these big corporations and the politicians who support them should all be charged with crimes against humanity !!! They say they are looking to Latin America ,Middle East , Asia as the next big markets ? well we know how unstable the middle east is but Latin America and Asia are pretty stable with the small internal BS that goes on. Really make a person wonder if these corporations have people in these regions fanning the flames to keep the $$ rolling in, Hmm> (thinking)<Hmm-- YEP I'm pretty sure they do !!!!
This nation ( U.S. ) has the largest Military WAR budget and I say war not defense because we have not been- DEFENDING- this nation from invasion or attack by foreign governments but attacking them instead (terrorists are NOT foreign governments) why because the military needs to get rid of all the outdated munitions they had stockpiled and field test under real conditions all the new systems they have to justify the expense expenditure through any means they can. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were attacks on Governments that should not have taken place they didn't attack our nation, an entity not of the governments committed acts of terrorism against this nation and not the nations themselves. After 911 the U.S. attacked the terrorist camps in Afghanistan before First asking them to hand over Osama, this was in itself an act of war against a foreign government, did they really think the Afghans would hand him over after that (would the U.S. if the situation was reversed?( HELL NO !!!!! ). What was the real reason for attacking Iraq ? Because Daddy (Bush) couldn't finnish the job of removing Saddam in the first place because he mired himself into an international coalition so there wouldn't be a big crisis that would start ww3,well sonny boy learned from dads mistake saw the opportunity and jumped Knowing damned well the Iraqis couldn't or wouldn't come to Afghanistan's aid after the drubbing they got in the first war it was all another excuse to finnish his fathers war and deplete stockpiles of munitions and test new weapon systems so the taxpayers could make the corporations more money at the expense of how many countless Human lives and it's not even done yet WHAT A SHAME... or should I say SHAM !The reasons were not justified and the terrorist organization involved in 911 is no closer to being eliminated and only increases with each head of the hydra cut off.. The U.S. is not and should not be the worlds police force this comes at a cost in human lives and money that is to high for the American citizens and the nations it is attacking to support!! we the U.S. have our own social problems to deal with like poverty, homelessness, economy, securing our boarders from illegal immigrants and drug traffickers (the real invasion they don't want to deal with ) maybe this is where our troops should be!!!! along with rampant government waste and corruption at the federal, state and local levels.
well enough I could go on for hours I just had to get this out.
A fed up citizen I love my country I don't like this Government
So as I said in the beginning the corporations and politicians (past as well as present) should be put on trial for crimes against humanity !!!
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