WW3 coming in Taiwan soon? šŸ˜

FraterAC

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Is anyone doing any astrology at all to investigate any of this stuff?
Anybody?
 

JUPITERASC

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US government doesn't think twice about starting wars on foreign lands
as long as it doesn't occur on American soil :)
Brandon depleted the US strategic oil supplies
and now depleting the weapons.

Wonder who is he working for?



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JUPITERASC

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The United States have committed to sell Taiwan $1.6B in arms :)

In response, a Chinese government spokesman
has stated China is firmly opposed to the sale
which severely jeopardises relations between the United States and China
and peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait.

The spokesman further stated China would resolutely take legitimate countermeasures.


If only the US would protect our own southern border
with the same enthusiasm they protect someone else's border over 3,000 miles away

The Big Guy's 10%. Hunter will handle the details
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JUPITERASC

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PROFITS OF WAR: CORPORATE BENEFICIARIES

The Pentagon spendings totals over $14 trillion
HALF of which goes to defense contractors.

These corporationsā€™ profits are widely considered legitimate!! :)

Other profits were the consequence of questionable
or corrupt business practices
that amount to waste, fraud, abuse, price-gouging, or profiteering.

The Pentagonā€™s increasing reliance on private contractors
raises multiple questions of accountability, transparency & effectiveness.

Privatising key functions has been increasing risks of waste, fraud & abuse.
Additionally, the WAGING OF WAR AS A SOURCE OF PROFITS
contradicts the goal of leading with Ā“...diplomacy...ā€™
& the outsized influence of defence contractors
has resulted in a growing militarisation of American society.
This is manifested in everything from the Pentagonā€™s receipt of
the lionā€™s share of the federal discretionary budget (50%+)
to the supply of excess military equipment to state & local law enforcement agencies.

William D. Hartung
director of Arms & Security Program at Center for International Policy

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