The Two Trillion Dollar War
Bush Promised A Fast Cheap War
When we first started Bush told us it would be a couple of weeks, and might cost $5 billion, and maybe a few dead. Next, it's three years, and $350 billion. But the true facts are, it will wind up costing at least $2 trillion
Stiglitz, a Jewish professor of economics at Columbia University, puts the cost at$2.267 trillion. That includes the government's past and future spending for the war itself ($725 billion), health care and disability benefits for veterans ($127 billion), and hidden increases in defense spending ($160 billion). It also includes losses the economy will suffer from injured vets ($355 billion) and higher oil prices ($450 billion).
Notice how the media, Hollywood, academia, and the Jewish sages are distancing themselves from Iraq.
Isn't War A Beneficial Enterprise?
This is just the dead, ask that to the 30,000 that are maimed.
War Is An Economic Positive?
What's more beneficial, a sword, or a plow? In 2006 you can spend $4.3 on a tank or a computer science wing at a high school.
The Cost Of Oil
It used to cost $3 a barrel before Nixon bailed Israel out of the 1973 Yon Kippur war.
80% of your navy revolves around the mideast, and protecting Israel.
Paul Wolfowitz, and his fellow Jews, said we would save trillions in oil, so we would profit from the war.
You Don't Need A Harvard Economist To See This Price Tag
Military recruiters are all over high school campuses, and the kids joining are America's real future. The neocon hatchlings are in Yale, and the illegals are collecting unemployment, but America's European whites, and American blacks are dying. The United States newest swill, the Asians are infesting universities, the South Americans are collecting unemployment, Russian Jews are into Medicare fraud, porno, drugs, etc. All these groups have opted to avoid military service.
If you figured out the schools that could be built, the advanced factories, and so forth, it becomes shocking. The problem is that until the economy finally collapses, people will be oblivious.
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