2b. Government Protects Us?
Governments are here to protect us from conflict and provide enough guidance for us to live together as social beings.
In actuality the US and the UK are instigators of conflict. The US are militarily dominant and aggressive to say the least. I mean, for how many decades must the United States attack and occupy oil-rich countries before you realise who the real terrorists are?
In 2016 the American government, led by Nobel Peace Prize winner President Obama, was responsible for dropping 26,171 bombs. That’s 3 bombs an hour, 24 hours a day, all year. They were dropped on Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan.
Trump’s ban on Muslim immigrants includes five of these countries, plus Iran and Sudan whose terrorists don’t seem to have killed any Americans on American soil. Records show American ‘deaths by terrorism’ between 1975 and 2015 are attributed to: Saudi Arabia: 2,369, United Arab Emirates: 314, Egypt: 162 and Lebanon: 159.
Just to put this into perspective, other American deaths are attributed, averaging over the same time period to:
- armed toddlers: 840,
- lightning: 1240,
- lawnmowers: 2760,
- hit by bus: 10,560,
- falling out of bed: 29,480,
- shot by another American: 469,480
Incidentally, 20,000 people in this world die every day from poverty – over the same time frame, that’s 7,300000 per year, about 292 million over the same 40 years.
The outgoing President signed into law the 2017 National Defense Authorisation Act, giving $611,000,000,000 (that’s billion – I just wanted to see it in numbers) for military spending in one year. Since 9/11 the US has spent around £5 trillion on wars – that’s $5,000,000,000,000. Trump has added 9% on top of this.
The U.S. wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Pakistan have cost American taxpayers $6.4 trillion since they began in 2001. That total is $2 trillion more than all federal government spending during the recently completed fiscal year. A report from Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs at Brown University shows that more than 801,000 people have died as a direct result of fighting. In March, the Pentagon estimated that the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria have cost each taxpayer $7,623 through fiscal 2018.
Since the end of the Second World War, the United States and its allies have been involved in military action all over the world:
|Belgian Congo 1964
|Dominican Republic 1965-66
|El Salvador 1981-92
|Yugoslavia – Serbia 1999
|Iraq and Syria 2014 –
|Somalia 2011 –
|Iran 2020 –
The reasons for these wars are obvious. The same as all wars; the extension of resources through armed conflict and aggression, whatever the ‘excuse’. In the year 2000 the countries listed as without centralised ‘Rothschild Banks’ were Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Iran and Syria.
By 2003 Afghanistan and Iraq were ‘off this list’, and by 2016 so were Sudan and Libya. Cuba is ‘under peaceful invasion’ by the US, leaving just North Korea, Iran and Syria to complete the Monopoly Board of Global Financial Control. Watch this space!
Huge amounts of investments and returns come from the manufacturing of armaments but they go out of date quickly as technology becomes more and more sophisticated. So they have to be used-up every now and then to create a regular return on investment. If you hold a pension or invest money somewhere (in a non-ethical company or bank), the chances are that you are an investor-by-default in this nasty scam that always kills the innocent and poor.
The UK is the second biggest arms dealer on the planet. Its governments’s investment policies and pensions are dependant on ‘using up’ the arms every 15 years or so in made-up conflicts to profit the banks and their shareholders.
For example the British Government are arms dealers for United Arab Emirates to fuel the Saudi leveling of Yemen. UK local government employees and councils are forced by law to invest their pension funds in UAE and the oil corporations, hence creating profit for their retirements from the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians on the West Bank.
Britain’s arms deals fuel deadly conflicts in the Middle East. Since 2010 Britain has sold arms to 39 of the 51 countries ranked “not free” on the Freedom House “Freedom in the World” report, and 22 of the 30 countries on the UK Government’s own human rights watch list. A full two-thirds of UK weapons over this period were sold to Middle Eastern countries, where instability has fed into increased risk of terror threats to Britain and across the West. Boat loads of Syrians fleeing the conflict and their ruined homes to Europe do so because of British arms.
We are ruled by an elite group of psychopaths who run the banks that control the government and media. They fund both sides of war for profit and they manufacture the consent of the public through the propaganda of the media and distract people with shiny bling and celebrity gossip.
They hide the truth, they distract, they lie and control. The government does not protect us, it is an armed aggressor that relies on income from weapons sales.
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