The Trump administration is stability the majestic bequest of complicated American presidents, as during his first year of bureau the invulnerability attention saw a ensign year of general sales.
As reported by Foreign Policy in Focus, the Trump administration has upped the ante by initiating outrageous arms deals to many controversial regimes, and, “half of Pentagon spending goes to contractors, the military bill is set to skyrocket, and the Trump administration is peddling arms all over the world.”
In 2016, the Top 100 in the invulnerability attention reported sales of over $364 billion dollars, and under the superintendence of the Trump administration this series is rising fast.
The revolving doorway of high-level corporate/government employees continues to swing:
The new undersecretary of invulnerability for acquisition, technology, and logistics — a executive role in determining what the Pentagon purchases and from whom — comes from the very top pursuit at Textron Systems, the 16th largest arms company in the world. On Nov 15, Raytheon didn’t skip out on the action, with its clamp boss of bureaucratic relations confirmed as Army Secretary. [Source]1
The invulnerability bill is ballooning with the flitting of the new Senate invulnerability bill which promises to spend over $700 billion dollars in 2018 on the supervision of the military and all of the research, growth and general actions we find ourselves concerned in.
Americans have been burned again by dull campaign promises and the misinterpretation that the supervision will somehow scold itself if only the right person is put in the Oval Office.
More startling, however, are new comments by high-level military crew who are observant that a fight with possibly Russia, North Korea, or both is just around the dilemma for 2018. Of course, this creates ideal clarity when you consider that the biggest business in the universe is building weapons, and what good are weapons if you don’t use them?
Ron Paul maybe pronounced it best:
With the difference of the military industrial complex, we all wish a some-more pacific world.
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