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Wars and Foreign Aid Won’t Matter When We’re Broke

Preemptive Wars and Foreign Aid Won’t Matter When We’re Broke
by Will Pitts
April 29, 2009

When considering all the great benefits to the people of foreign lands by our noble do-good attempts to intervene militarily on their behalf with money, weapons, arms and reinforcements, as we are doing with nearly 1000 military installations in nations around the world, we will be well served to keep in mind that the United States is borrowing money from the communist and oil producing countries to accomplish this.

Soon it won't matter what we want to do or who we want to help. We will be so destitute from our own indebtedness we will be unable to assist ourselves.

When China refuses to loan us any more money the gig will be up. Our elected representatives and foreign nations around the world will have successfully bankrupted the United States and placed trillions of dollars of debt on us and our children.

We are indebting our children's future to save the Georgians and the Iraqis and the Koreans and the Israelis and the Pakistanis and the Japanese and numerous other nations.

We are indebting our children to those who are not our friends, to give to other foreign nations that are not necessarily our friends.

We are enslaving our children to debt in a do-good attempt to meddle in the foreign policy of other nations. Our meddling is usually unappreciated and invariably we will get blamed for something and become the target of another radicalized terrorist group that will want to do us harm. None of this makes sense.

Every time we think it is right to interfere with another nation we must remember we are nearly bankrupt.

THERE IS NO MORE MONEY IN THE TREASURY. When our destroyers and aircraft carriers can not get fuel or supplies from foreign ports to allow them to return home, because the foreign nations will not extend any more credit, like they did the Russians, we will be in bad shape and very vulnerable.

Many nations are beginning to discuss refusing to accept the US dollar. Moodys is discussing downgrading US Treasuries Debt from a AAA rating. http://www.foxbusines...
This is 3rd World country stuff.

We had better get our guys home from every non-vital military position and shut down all others. We need to take care of the U.S. 1st and rebuild our industries, infrastructure, farms, energy sources and families.

We also need to rid ourselves of the un -American foreign national policy advisors - German born Heinz Alfred Kissinger (McCain) and Polish born Zbigniew Brzezinski (Obama). These advisors have proven they could care less about the U.S., our troops, our Constitution, our Sovereignty or our children.

The foreigners have been running the United States Foreign Policy for the last 30 years and are NOT AMERCIANS. They are traitors that serve their un-American globalists masters.

Are we so ignorant as a nation that we can not get one former West Pointer or Naval Academy professor or former General or Admiral out of the 300 million people in this nation to replace these foreign born traitors that are running our foreign policy? These men are hand picked and the American people are getting a good-cop, bad-cop game of two neo-con false choices.

Whether we like it or not, economics will soon dictate the limits of our foreign policy. All the more reason we need a non-interventionist foreign policy as proposed by Washington, Madison and spoken best by Jefferson, "Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations – entangling alliances with none."

Failure to change our ways brings to mind the prophetic quote by Joseph Smith “The United States will spend its strength and means warring in foreign lands until other nations shall say ‘Let’s divide up the land of the Unites States”

-Will Pitts

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RLCFL Groups and Contacts September 7, 2009 3:23 PM John S.
Federal Reserve, IMF and Monetary Policy October 11, 2009 9:12 AM former member
Fundraising and Special Events Committee June 28, 2009 7:55 PM John S.
Wars and Foreign Aid Won’t Matter When We’re Broke December 29, 2009 9:06 AM former member
Foreign Intervention and Financial Aid January 31, 2010 11:35 PM former member
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Books (A Reading List for Liberty) Part 5 March 22, 2009 12:59 AM former member
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