Category Archives: Military Industrial Complex

‘Cost-Free’: Biden Admin May Soon Infuse the IMF with $650 Billion ‘for Ukraine’

Democrats in Congress and their globalist billionaire backers are lobbying the Biden Administration to deploy hundreds of billions of dollars into the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The initiative is being advertised to “save Ukraine” and impoverished nations, but it acts as an instrument to further centralize monetary power.

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America’s $1.4 Trillion “National Security” Budget Makes Us Ever Less Safe

This March, when the Biden administration presented a staggering $813 billion proposal for “national defense,” it was hard to imagine a budget that could go significantly higher or be more generous to the denizens of the military-industrial complex. After all, that request represented far more than peak spending in the Korean or Vietnam War years, and well over $100 billion more than at the height of the Cold War. 

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Putin Promises ‘Lightning’ Response to Strategic Threats

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned outside forces against interfering in the Ukrainian conflict, promising a “lightning-speed” response to such actions, with the use of Moscow’s most advanced weaponry. President Putin warns that Russia won’t hesitate to use ‘weapons that no other country’ possesses to defend itself.

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$4 Billion and Counting: The D.C. War Machine Feasts on Ukraine

After going a full administration without a new war to fill their coffers, the D.C. defense industry has finally found their next big prize. After dismissing the prospect of diplomacy between Ukraine and Russia, the Biden Administration continues to flood Ukraine with an endless supply of military hardware, while using extraconstitutional means to perpetually lengthen the size and scope of America’s involvement in the Russia-Ukraine war.

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The Military and Intelligence Origins of Public Health

In an address to a conference on the Covid-19 crisis held in Budapest, Hungary this past August Robert Kennedy gave a preview of his research results to the participants. His “Historical and Legal Perspectives of the Pandemic” takes an unusually wide view of the context in which the past 18 months unfolded.

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With 60 Million Americans Going Hungry, the United States Needs to Make Peace Not War

The United States cannot afford to maintain a war economy. Such a hyper-militarized economy is inciting dangerous tensions between nuclear powers, as well as eroding the very material foundations of American society.

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US Betrayal Of France Over Nuclear Subs for Au Signals Huge Geopolitical Shift in US Strategy

In its growing confrontation with China, a ruthless Washington has demonstrated that what matters to it now is not Europe, but the Indo-Pacific region. This is where the new Cold War is to be fought.

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No, the Deep State Was Never Defeated on its War on Terror, Not Yet

The US military may have been unsuccessful in their 20-year aggressive efforts against the real patriots in Afghanistan, but it doesn’t mean that those who decided to go to war are suffering the same fate. The latter were merrymaking all the way to the bank, as the “smart bombs” were flying with “surgical precision” across the desert of the Middle East, just for the optical and acoustic joy they bring, and the need to reduce existing inventory of aging war materiel.

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US reputation is in tatters, it’s time to bring those responsible for Afghanistan disaster to account

Twenty years of US war in Afghanistan draws to a close at the stroke of midnight on August 31. There will be plenty of time to dissect the root causes of failure. What is needed now is accountability for the disastrous endgame.

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