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America relies on war for jobs?

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Published on Jul 29, 2016

President Putin asks the US Ambassador for his analysis on whether or not the Missile Defense System, being positioned on Russia's doorstep, is in fact a threat to Russian security? His answer attempted to dispel the argument, but came out even more disturbing. According to the US Ambassador, America needs war to create jobs. Putin, amused, asks - "Why can't you create jobs in a sphere that does't threaten the existence of the human race?" In my previous video, which has since gone viral, Putin explains how a "defense" system is actually one element of a whole system of "offense" weaponry. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqD8l...)

After a terrorist attack occurs in Europe, all you have to do is take a look at the market share price of companies such as Raytheon and Lockheed Martin, as Western governments scramble to bomb some hairy terrorist hiding hole. (Have they looked in the White House??)

The obvious winners of human misery are the CEO fat cats of military industrial companies.

The military-industrial complex works somewhat differently in Russia because it is not privately managed, but (without over simplifying too much) it is state - initiated. The government does not hand out billions of [taxpayer] dollars worth of contracts to a handful of unethical parasites, and their lobbyists. This essentially removes the financial incentive from creating an ever-expanding military industrial complex in Russia.
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