UTTERLY RIDICULOUS: Iraq War Has Cost the US Nearly $2 Trillion & (((Bankers))) made $444 billion! – My Comments

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[These numbers from the USA are beyond all madness, and insanity of the worst kind. The USA actually has been the SAFEST country in the world … prior to meddling in WW1 and WW2. The USA is the safest continent on Earth with no enemies that are even capable of setting foot on its soil. That is NOT just my opinion. A Captain in the British Navy, wrote a fascinating book on the madness of the USA and stated exactly this fact. Note: A Captain in the Navy is a much higher rank than a Captain in the Army. A Navy Captain is equal to a Colonel in the Army. He is a very senior officer. 

Anyhow, America's pathological madness regarding defense can only be based on the fact that it is using its military forces to fight for Jews. 
In the information released below, the INTEREST on the loans for the wars, landed those Jewish bankers a staggering $444 billion in interest! 
My Jaw just drops at the ridiculous numbers … and this to fight a Third World enemy in the desert … This was not even as hard as Vietnam or the Korean wars. And the costs are phenomenal. Just phenomenal. 
America might be winning, but at an unbelievable cost … furthermore, Russia is moving in and putting up firmer opposition to the USA everywhere. 
The Jews will bankrupt America … and to quote a German propaganda piece from WW1, where the Germans said: Britain will fight to the last Frenchman; I'm telling you, Jews+Israel will fight to the last American. 
Of course the cost is mere funny money. Its not real money. But at the end of the day, the US Tax payer, mostly the Whites, have to pay these bills and the whites, mostly have to go and fight and die … and this for a war for nothing. 
I'm sure there's lots of profiteering going on with businesses and oil and stuff behind the scenes but I doubt it is worth $2 trillion. These numbers are just staggering beyond belief. If the USA had to fight a real war against real opponents like Russia or Europe, I shudder to think what those numbers would be. It is not a good sign of efficiency. Jan]

The figure includes $838 billion in “emergency” and “overseas contingency operation” funding and $59 billion spent by the State Department and USAID on Iraq and Syria.

Even if the U.S. administration decided to leave — or was evicted from — Iraq immediately, the bill of war to the U.S. to date would be an estimated $1,922 billion in current dollars.

This figure includes not only funding appropriated to the Pentagon explicitly for the war, but spending on Iraq by the State Department, the care of Iraq War veterans and interest on debt incurred to fund 16 years of U.S. military involvement in the country.

Since 2003, the Department of Defense has received about $838 billion in “emergency” and “overseas contingency operation” funding for operations in Iraq through fiscal year 2019. This includes, from 2014 on, money dedicated to the fight against the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS or IS, in a region including both Iraq and Syria.

The Pentagon “base” budget — money needed to keep the department running on an ongoing basis — has also ballooned while the U.S. has been at war. War-related increases to the base budget include heightened security at bases, enlistment and reenlistment bonuses, increased military pay, and the healthcare costs of soldiers. I estimate nearly $800 billion in such increases since 9/11, with Iraq’s share about $382 billion.

Add to this approximately $59 billion spent by the State Department and USAID on Iraq and Syria for democracy promotion, reconstruction, training, and removing unexploded bombs.

Meanwhile, about 4.1 million post-9/11 war veterans are receiving medical careand disability and other compensation. Roughly half the spending for those veterans is Iraq related, with the total nearing $199 billion.

And since there have been no Iraq War taxes and very few war bonds issued to finance the post-9/11 wars, we should add another $444 billion in interest on borrowing to pay for Pentagon and State Department spending.

Department of Defense spending on Iraq has tailed off in the past decade after peaking at around $140 billion in 2008.

In December 2019, Congress appropriated about $70 billion for the post-9/11 wars as part of the $738 billion National Defense Authorization Act.

The Pentagon originally requested less than $10 billion of that amount for Operation Inherent Resolve in Iraq and Syria.

But that budget may already be blown. Earlier this month, the US sent more troops into a war zone that was supposed to be winding down.

The Costs of Wars project was started in 2011 to assess the long-term consequences of the post-9/11 wars. Project co-director Neta C. Crawford, professor and chair of political science at Boston University, explains the major implications of the Iraq War for the federal budget.

Source: https://www.defenseone.com/threats/2020/02/iraq-war-has-cost-us-nearly-2-trillion/162859/

One thought on “UTTERLY RIDICULOUS: Iraq War Has Cost the US Nearly $2 Trillion & (((Bankers))) made $444 billion! – My Comments

  • 5th February 2020 at 10:39 pm
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    “Under the Jewish regime of the game show host Donald Trump, you can pretty much just assume that all of your tax money belongs to the Jews.
    They’re not going to fix the roads or the airports. They’re not going to build a wall. They’re not going to stop the opioids.
    But they’ve another quarter billion laying around to add to the $38 billion we’re already sending to the Jews.” – https://dailystormer.su/israelis-given-a-240-million-dollar-us-military-contract/

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