The Big Whore: Superpower USA for Sale to Fight the Wars on Terror for Israel´s, Saudi Arabia – and the Military Industrial Complex

Revelation 17: 3 “I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. 4 And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication: 5 And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH”.

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The U.S. is “The Greatest Purveyor of Violence in the World Today” (Martin Luther King).

We know that the US is founding, funding, training,  equipping, and using proxies like Al-Qaeda and ISIS (Israeli Special Intelligence Service) to fight its dirty wars – evendeclaring WW3 on Al Qaeda to perform the “war on terror”, a Corporate war of conquest for the New World Order  – an endless background war as described in Orwell´s “1984”. Now Pres. Trump wants to end these endless wars. But will he be allowed to do so?

However, that others are using the US to fight their dirty wars is less known.

Zero Hedge 20 Jan 2019:  Smithsonian Magazine this month published a stunning map detailing just how expansive is the post-9/11 and here and here and here and here “war on terror”.
Comment:   The war on terror is a war of the US military industrial complex   for terror – basically  a war on Russia.)

Contrary to the common assumption that it’s “winding down” more than 17 years later, it actually continues to grow and has now spread to more than 40% of the world’s countries.

This includes American military and support personnel engaged in ongoing missions in 80 nations on six continents, according to Brown University’s Costs of War Project at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, which has recently calculated that since 2001 the US has spent $5,900,000,000,000 on war.

I have so often written about the US Corporation as the military arm of the City of London.

But how make the decision makers agree to the militant  policy? My bid was always: 1) Freemasonry discipline  2) George Soros´bribery and 3) Intimidation. 
We know from the Hacking of George Soros´Open Society that Soros has bought 226 or more EU Parlamentarians!

And the US Congress i riddled with corruption. Jack Abramoff was sentenced to 6 tyears in prison for bribing lobbyism. He  wrote the autobiographical book “Capitol Punishment: The Hard Truth About Washington Corruption” by America’s Most Notorious Lobbyist.
Here is a video interview in which he states that corruption is rife all over Capitol Hill

AND HERE IS HOW IT GOES: MONEY MACHINE  UNDER THE NAME OF ENDLESS WAR ON TERROR AKA LOOTING OF TAXPAYERS
One thing has puzzled me: Bill Clinton started a war on Serbia and destroyed that country. . Pres. Bush Sr. waged the first Iraq war. Pres Bush Jr. waged the war on Afghanistan  after ridiculously blaming a false flag on 9/11 costing 3000 innocent human lives on Al Qaeda (whom the US Congress will not stop funding! – since it is the US´child). He launched  the 2. Iraqi war.

Pres. Obama, a Muslim Brotherhood member – waged the Libyan war and started the Syrian war. He had his ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens  murdered because he knew too much about US sale of weapons to Al Qaeda in Syria and started. All wars caused immense chaos  – for blood money and dirty NWO purposes.

Pres. Trump is trying to avoid  wars on North Korea, China, and Russiathrough negotiations – and has so far also avoided a war on Iran in spite of tremendous pressure from Israel and its US deep state. Nevertheless he is called a  traitor and threatened with impeachment for his Chabad Lubavitch brotherhood and friendship with Putin. It seems that George Soros´fuming Democrats  are on the brink of starting a civil war on Trump – in extension of Soros´and the Clinton´s  Purple Revolution declaration of war from even before Trump was initiated president.

Is all this just City of London Masonic Hegelian war dialectics?

Or is there another heavy reason for the agitation, brainwashing, threats against the City of London´s divisive thesis,  Pres. Trump?

In 2012 the  Ghouta false flag was blamed on Syria – and a mighty roar for war on Syria arose in the US and with its allies – as usual without proof or evidence.

Israel mobilised its US moles and they bribed 55 of the 58 US senatorst to vote for war – which they did. And no wonder: Senator Dick Durbin told the Huffington Post that “Frankly, the banks own this place (The Capitol)
However, the bomb was defused by Russian threats against US attack on Syria.

Corruption is part of the US political system – here the former chairman of the House of Representatives John Boehner admits to have been bribed

It is no secret that Jewish organisations fund the election campaigns of both Congressmen and presidential hopefuls. Furthermore,  in the 2016 campaign the canditates were interviewed by this military industrial complex and threatened to be war hawks!

Indeed, a lot of money is involved in the many meaningless US wars.

The following shows how Arabs are buying Congress to wage a completely insane  war  in Yemen on behalf of Saudi Arabia and the UAE 

 Breitbart 21 Jan 2019 Dr. Ben Freeman, director of the Foreign Influence Transparency Initiative at the Center for International Policy: “We know very little about foreign influence in America. What we do know is that it leads to greater U.S. militarization in the world, it keeps involved in wars longer than it probably should, it leads to more military bases abroad, [and] increases the likelihood of our involvement “in all these ongoing conflicts in the world,” he said.

“And it just generally increases the amount of spending to the American taxpayer–in many cases, in ways that are decidedly not in the American interest, that are in foreign interests,” he said. “We need to flip the iceberg.”

Foreign money flowing into Washington is keeping the United States in prolonged wars.
And most Americans are not even aware of it, according to Dr. Freeman

Right now, U.S. foreign policy is for sale — not to the lowest bidder, but to the highest bidder. War is a businessAnd our wars are not our own. They never have been,” he said.

“Yes, we are corrupt” – List of Politicians admitting to be corrupt (The Intercept 30 July 2015)

Freeman and his team researched for six months Saudi Arabia’s 2017 lobbying activities in Washington, DC, including meetings, emails, contacts with journalists, and political campaign contributions, and the potential effect those activities had on foreign policy.

They found that Saudi Arabia had hired more than two dozen firms in that yearwith more than a hundred agents working on their behalf. In 2017, those agents had more than 2,500 contacts during this time, the majority of them with members of the Senate, news media, and the House–in that order.

Freeman said many of the contacts were related to arms sales, foreign military sales, and some of the votes that were held to stymie those arms sales. He said sometimes the lobbying is done by former members of Congress who earn hundreds of thousands of dollars to lobby former colleagues.

“Every time there is a vote on arms sales or anything related to Yemen, this lobby goes bananas,” he said. “And we can see the activity on the days that there are these votes. In some cases, they visit almost every single office on the day of those votes.”

Freeman said they also found more than $2.2 million in 2017 campaign contributions to both Democrats and Republicans. The list was a “who’s who” in the Democrat and Republican Party, he said.

The Intercept 1 Dec. 2015:

The top Saudi campaign contributions were to then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and here  totaling $94,496 because some donations in late 2016 were included, he said. He said Trump got “a little over $10,000” from Saudi Arabia.

And they found 12 instances where contact with a lobbyist pushing for or against a vote and a campaign contribution happened on the same day.

“In other words, a lobbying firm walks into a member of Congress’s office and says, ‘I need you to vote a certain way on this upcoming vote on an arms sale,’ and then later that day … they say, ‘Oh, by the way, here’s a $2,000 check to your campaign. Good luck on re-election, buddy,’” Freeman said.

He said the number of contacts expands exponentially if the time window is expanded, for example, to two weeks before a vote.

“The influence is absolutely pervasive, [and] there’s a lot more influence that we’re not even capturing,” he said.

To test how contacts and campaign contributions influenced a vote, Freeman and his team looked at the November 2018 Senate vote on the resolution to end the war in Yemen, which passed 63 to 37.

Freeman said 30 of those 37 who voted against ending the war had received campaign contributions from Saudi Arabia in 2017, with some receiving as much as tens of thousands of dollars. He said even more money went to them in 2018,close to certain votes.

“There’s a strong correlation between the way these folks vote and the money that’s coming in, and it’s directly tied to our issues of war and peace,” he said.

He said they also found that a “big crux” of Saudi Arabia’s lobbying effort was public relations.

They found 744 times that lobbyists, or “foreign agents,” for Saudi Arabia contacted media organizations in 2017.

He said Saudi Arabia and the UAE are “often working to the same purpose — to promote U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen. They’re lobbying against Iran.They’re lobbying for arms sales for their countries, more U.S. military equipment, more U.S. militarization in the Middle East, more of us propping up their defense at our expense in a lot of cases.”

But Freeman asserted that foreign lobbying efforts were not unique to Saudi Arabia or the UAE. In fact, he said, the countries where the U.S. has foreign bases spend most of the money to lobby the U.S. to keep them there — almost half-a-billion dollars each year, not including unregistered foreign agents.

Those countries, which include Germany, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Canada, and Bermuda, want to make sure American troops stay on their soil to ensure that America continues to subsidize their security, he said.

Think tanks and universities are also top recipients of foreign contributions to promote a certain point of view, he said.

At American universities all over the country, China has set up “Confucius Institutes” in exchange for agreements not to criticize China, he said. China has spent more than $486 million in contributions to universities since 2012.

The Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy is a 501(c)(4) organization with the mission of pursuing a more restrained foreign policy that adheres to the Constitution. The organization aims to increase awareness of Congress’ Article I responsibility to oversee war. For more information on CRFP, please visit http://responsibleforeignpolicy.org.

BUT WHY ALL THOSE WARS?
National defense spending as a percentage of GDP ranged from a high of 15 percent in 1952 (during the Korean War) to a low of 3.7 percent in 2000. Military spending rose sharply again the following year, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks led to the U.S. government declaring a global war on terrorism. $716 billion for defense spending in fiscal year 2019, compared with $605 in non-defense domestic spending.

In 1961, Pres Eisenhower warned against the military industrial complex,which could threaten our liberty

The main reason for modern warfare: defense contractors. Many may think that the inherently destructive consequences of war mean that nations would want to avoid them. While citizens may hold this view, governments often do not.

A parasite on the people, the state actually benefits from war, in both imperial and monetary means. The government and private defense contractors hold a symbiotic relationshipTogether, their cooperation forms the military industrial complex.

The companies depend on a large military budget and wars to exist.
Congress can easily make sure they have no shortage of either. Last year alone, defense contractors spent 65 billion dollars lobbying Congress, which makes this particularly easy. This coincidently occurred in the same year in which the military budge drastically increased to 720 billion dollars.

To put it simply, the cycle works like this: First, military contractors lobby Congress. Then, Congress continues the endless War on Terror and increase the military budget. The US taxpayers are forced to pay for this through taxes

Modern War does nothing but steal the money from the US taxpayers and give it to politicians and defense contractors. The government and the military industrial complex get rich of our money and We the People are left with the bill and the debt.

Comment
Money governs the world, indeed. Idealism is just a fairy tale used by hypocritical politicians to mask their bought debauchery.

This becomes especially precarious when it comes to war and peace.

As Pres. Eisenhower warned: The US  Military Industrial Complex (MIC) and here and here is very forceful – and very aggressive. It has strong allies in NATO   wanting war with Russia. Corruption is rife .

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“Soldiers attack” children, students, teachers, schools; “soldiers use” rubber bullets, tear gas, concussion grenades. 

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