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posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 01:42 AM
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The United States has approved a long list of arms sales to friendly Arab countries in the Persian Gulf aimed at countering Iran's growing influence in the region.

The unprecedented sales could reach over $60 billion...


www.presstv.ir...

This will bring a lot of fear in Israel:



The deal has caused some concern in Tel Aviv which is reportedly in talks with the Obama administration regarding its commitment to retain Tel Aviv's qualitative military edge in the region.


Ching Ching, this will cause Israel to boost its own military, who's the dealer??, the US:



The Zionist regime of Israel is also looking to upgrade its Patriot systems and has held talks with the US about the possible sale of the latest version called the PAC-3.



Ching Ching, more terrorist threats, more N-Korea threats, more Pakistani thread, more Irani threat, more . I want more, give me more...



The Pentagon also notified the US Congress earlier this month about the possible sale of 18 F- 16 fighter jets to Oman for an estimated $3.5 billion.


My economy is ruined, let's sell some guns, we can turn a blind eye on other national's misery, as long as we don't know them, and as long as we don't hear about them, so we can sleep at night.

Arms industry





over 1 trillion dollars are spent on military expenditures worldwide (2% of World GDP)

en.wikipedia.org...



Contracts to supply a given country's military are awarded by the government, making arms contracts of substantial political importance. The link between politics and the arms trade can result in the development of what US President Dwight D. Eisenhower described as a military-industrial complex,

en.wikipedia.org...



The United States is the overall top supplier of weapons. The United States is also the top supplier of weapons to the developing world, accounting for around 36% of worldwide weapons sales, followed by the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany and China.

en.wikipedia.org...

I always wondered why the US doesn't want peace with N-Korea? Why doesn't the US want to present a peace treaty? Instead has imposed sanctions which is destroying N-Korea and making its people suffer, here is an answer:




LEADING PURCHASERS OF U.S. DEFENSE ARTICLES & SERVICES
TOTAL VALUES OF AGREEMENTS CONCLUDED
( In current U.S. dollars, rounded to nearest 10 million or 10th of a billion)

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1 South Korea $2.5 billion
1 South Korea $3.7 bill.
2 South Korea $570 million

1 Japan $800 million
2 Japan $2.5 billion
3 Japan $1.5 billion


www.fas.org...

Then you wonder, what about Iran, why won't the US just leave Iran alone, why is Iran so important?

- Iran is both ideological enemies of Saudi Arabia, and Israel.
- Israel is ideological enemies of Saudi Arabia, and Iran.
- Saudi Arabia is ideological enemies of Iran, and Israel.

Before there was only Arab VS Israel, Arabs bought most of the Arms, because of Israel, now it is Arabs VS Israel and Iran, a new threat laid in front of the Arab puppets.

As you can see now, the Arab states have increased in the purchased of arms from the US, for a reason.

The more the world is at chaos, the better for these industries, so survival of the fittest comes in to play. If these industries want to survive, they have to control the environment, rather than them evolving based on the environment.

We need to grow out of this infinite cycle or we will destroy ourselves in to smithereens. If any of you wondering why I use the word smithereens so many times now a days, it is because I just recently learned the word, and how to spell it




[edit on 16-8-2010 by oozyism]




posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 01:49 AM
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'' Ladies and gentleman.. that is the sound of peace! ''




posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 03:35 AM
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Yes and once the US has sold all the weapons to them they will then label them the enemy.

Then US tax payers will finance a war against that country with US military fighting against it's own weapons..

Its a win/win for the weapons industry and played over and over and over again....



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 05:17 AM
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Gah!

WHY do they keep doing this? Does everyone have the memory of a goldfish?

So what, 50 years down the line, one problem will be solved, and another will have popped up. What will be this new problem? It will be from a group that the US itself funded.
This has happened SO MANY TIMES, why don't they just wise up and leave well enough alone?


-The US funded the Taliban and Afghanistan to fight Russia, then later on, the Taliban came back to bite them in the behind.
-The US orchestrated a return to monarchy for the Shah in Iran, which had such a tremendous blow-back that now Iran seems to totally hate America (both the Government, for the interference, and the normal people, who've had the reactionary extreme government foisted on them because of what the US did).
-The US funded Pakistan as a buffer between Afghanistan/Russia, and now even that has come to bite them in the behind.

Why don't they just leave well enough alone?!



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 06:15 PM
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Originally posted by CynicalM
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Yes and once the US has sold all the weapons to them they will then label them the enemy.

Then US tax payers will finance a war against that country with US military fighting against it's own weapons..

Its a win/win for the weapons industry and played over and over and over again....


Yes an infinite cycle, which is the exact reason why the weapons industry doesn't want to adopt to the environment, instead tries to control the environment.



posted on Aug, 16 2010 @ 06:21 PM
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Because this is an infinite cycle, when the US fights those which it sold the weapons to in the first place, the TAX payers pays for the weapons bought from the arms industries.

The arms industry can never go broke, unless there is no more war, unless there is a world wide peace treaty, that is why I explained why the US doesn't want to lay a peace treaty in front of N-Korea, instead of nukes and sanctions.

S-Korea has been buying arms from the US for a long time now.



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