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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

What the #government & #FED DON'T want you to realize - Wise up #ows


Many foreign dictators & hostile states are merely whores for American military aid.. For decades American government, American politicians, have been able to BUY whatever cooperation they seek in the world around us..

In short we create advanced weapons systems and LOAN money (fiat) to foreign tyrants, at interest, who agree to kill the right people with said United States financed weaponry.

U.S. Foreign Military Assistance <-- source

Program Descriptions Program Reports Budget Requests Other Documents USAID Greenbook

Program Descriptions

Listed below are several U.S. programs that provide foreign states with military and related assistance, directly and indirectly supporting U.S. arms transfers.

Foreign Military Financing: Foreign Military Financing refers to congressionally appropriated grants given to foreign governments to finance the purchase of American-made weapons, services and training. Since 1950, the US government has provided over $91 billion in FMF to militaries around the world. The vast majority of these funds goes to Israel and Egypt to reward them for making a cold peace in 1979.

Economic Support Fund: Congress established the economic support fund (ESF) to promote economic and political stability in strategically important regions where the United States has special security interests. The funds are provided on a grant basis and are available for a variety of economic purposes, like infrastructure and development projects. Although not intended for military expenditure, these grants allow the recipient government to free up its own money for military programs.

International Military Education and Training: International Military Education and Training (IMET) grants are given to foreign governments to pay for professional education in military management and technical training on US weapons systems. Over 2,000 courses are offered, including some on human rights and civil-military relations. This program is said by its proponents to promote positive military-to-military contacts, thereby familiarizing foreign officers with "US values and democratic processes," though critics argue there is too much emphasis on military skills and not enough on human rights. The Expanded IMET program offered to certain states only focuses on the latter.

Counter-Narcotics Assistance: Through International Narcotics Control programs, the US government provides funds for military equipment and training to overseas police and armed forces to combat the production and trafficking of illegal drugs. These funds are generally dedicated to the export of firearms and the refurbishment of surveillance aircraft, transport planes and helicopters.Additional counter-narcotics training and equipment is provided by the Department of Defense, the Drug Enforcement Agency and other agencies. In recent years, human rights abuses by military and police units receiving this aid - especially in Colombia - have intensified criticism of the program.

Non-Proliferation, Anti-terrorism, Demining, and Related Programs: This category of funding provides resources in support of a variety of security-related foreign policy objectives. Funds go to nuclear non-proliferation programs, anti-terrorism aid, demining activities, and - a new item in FY 2001 - small arms destruction programs.

"Anti-Terrorism Program of the Department of State," State Department, 1985. Obtained by the National Security Archive.
Peacekeeping Operations: These funds provide voluntary support for international peacekeeping activities (as opposed to the U.S. share of UN-assessed peacekeeping operations, which is financed elsewhere). PKO funds promote increased involvement of regional organizations in conflict resolution and help leverage support for multinational efforts where no formal cost sharing mechanism is available.

Assistance for the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union: The Freedom Support Act (FSA) was passed in Congress on October 24, 1992 with the goal of providing the states of the former Soviet Union funds that support free market and democratic reforms through demilitarization, humanitarian and technical assistance. The bill particularly endorses American investment and trade through enterprise funds, small business programs and access to credits for purchases of U.S. food exports. The FSA also provides funding for nuclear nonproliferation programs and activities, as well as the dismantlement and destruction of biological, chemical and conventional weapons, and humanitarian aid, including health and human services programs. While funds allocated through this program are not used to purchase weapons or military training per se, they are used to enhance law enforcement and border security capabilities. These funds also free up money that the recipient government can then spend in other ways, including on defense.

For more information on these programs, see Chapter 1 of the Arms Trade Revealed

This seems to be changing a bit. Especially as more and more countries begin to realize they have been duped into accepting worthless paper fiat from a dysfunctional and corrupt U.S. political & financial system interested only in the creation of debt slavery around the world.

Fractional Reserve Banking Is the trap for you..

97% of ALL money is now digital.. It does not EXIST outside of cyber space!

I often call what we have in the United Staes a debt based ponzi scheme economy.. It seems everything about America and her economy depends upon debt creation..

Most Americans are participants in this horrific ponzi scheme designed to keep the majority of people poor, working and turning over all of the fiat they "earn", plus a lot of fiat that they do not have, to government and corporations..

This seemingly voluntary participation is commonly called "wage slavery"

The first articulate description of wage slavery was perhaps made by Simon Linguet in 1763

The slave was precious to his master because of the money he had cost him… They were worth at least as much as they could be sold for in the market… It is the impossibility of living by any other means that compels our farm labourers to till the soil whose fruits they will not eat and our masons to construct buildings in which they will not live… It is want that compels them to go down on their knees to the rich man in order to get from him permission to enrich him… what effective gain [has] the suppression of slavery brought [him ?] He is free, you say. Ah! That is his misfortune… These men… [have] the most terrible, the most imperious of masters, that is, need. … They must therefore find someone to hire them, or die of hunger. Is that to be free?

[More here]

And here for a bit more personal look at wage slavery.

It seems clear that most of the wars created by the United States involve one of two things.. A battle over resources, oil, gold and the like, and or the protection of the money game.. The protection of the American dollar's world reserve currency status.

We seem to see again and again those countries who dare refuse to accept American fiat as payment for resources soon find themselves being bombed..

Petro dollar and Iran war

Wow That Was Fast! Libyan Rebels Have Already Established A New Central Bank Of Libya

Petrodollar Theories of the [Iraq] War

Read about The Five [American] “Bank Wars”

We are told that central banks were created to control inflation.. Then why has the United States dollar LOST 96% of it's value to inflation since the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank in 1913?


Everyone, around the world, seems to be waking up to the fact that everything economic seems to merely be a scam.. A scam to funnel fiat from the bottom to the top.. To the top 1% if you like..

Check out this list of the central banks of the world if you missed it..

Please see more on debt..

For the record, the actual rate of growth of the private US debt to GDP ratio was roughly 2.9% p.a. from 1945 till 2008. That means that the ratio doubled every 25 years, from 45% in 1945 to 90% in 1970, 180% in 1995, and if it had kept going, it would have been 360% in 2020.

Instead it fell over in 2008, and is now going backward at a rate of knots. Here’s an extrapolation of the trend that the WEF says is “nothing unsustainable about”, from the time period they should have started their analysis—not 2000 but 1945—and focusing on the key problem—private debt:

source --> Exponential Credit Petri Dish; Steve Keen Responds to "World Economic Forum Endorses Fraud" Post

Wal-Mart, disequilibria, Greenspan's Fraud and global economic dislocation
(Sept. 4, 2006)

Deleveraging and the Futility of 'Printing Money'

the money masters certainly seem to be firmly in control.. of everything..

Do we even have the ability to fight back at all???


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