Violence in America: Who Profits?

Some think the mass killings and violence that are taking place recently in the United States are due to the second amendment of the U. S. Constitution, which gives citizens the right to bear arms. The original intent of this right was to have a citizenry willing and able to defend the country from foreign invaders if need be. This right is being sabotaged by foreign invaders.  As the debate over gun laws continues, sales have soared.  Every mass shooting incident has become a “good for business” opportunity so it might be considered a false flag. As “what manner of man the ruler of the city is, such are they that dwell therein.”

An article dated January 5, 2016, Guns in the US: The statistics behind the violence, points out that “The US spends more than a trillion dollars per year defending itself against terrorism…” Taking a look at the US military budget we find: “The U.S. military budget is $824.6 billion. That’s the budget for Fiscal Year 2018 which covers the period October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018. Military spending is the second largest federal government expenditure. U.S. military spending is larger than the next nine countries combined.” Over the last ten-year period it adds up to over $7 Trillion! The current National Debt of the US is already over $21 Trillion which comes out to over $63,000 per citizen just in National Debt. They boast of being the “most powerful nation on earth” but who are they afraid of? Continue reading “Violence in America: Who Profits?”