Military defense is generally treated in economics texts as a “public good” because the benefits are presumed to be shared by all citizens. However, defense spending by the United States cannot legitimately be classified as public good, since the primary purpose of those expenditures has been to project power in support of private business interests. Continue reading Corporate Power and Expansive U.S. Military Policy | Prof. Gaffney
On the eve of the complete recovery of Aleppo City, Rothschild puppet Obama issued a rather strange last minute attempt at saving the anti-Assad operation by granting a waiver for military restrictions on the nature of war materiel aid to US proxies, i.e. “moderate rebels” and Al-Nusra terror operatives.
The Nazionists Khazarian Mafia are not on the exit door just yet. In fact, they are embedding themselves into some shell corporations owned by their Rothschild godfather so that when the fiat dollar is finally put out of circulation, they could still feed themselves generously.