History has proven that ALL WARS are a result of someone wanting another’s resources.
So, why is it that every time we declare War on someone or something we end up making the problem worse? Much worse.
Let’s start with Lyndon Johnsons Great Society where he declared the “War on Poverty.”
The war on poverty (50 years later) is a disaster.
Over 92 federal programs designed to help lower-income Americans have not provided the relief intended and that there is little evidence that these efforts have been successful.
Not to be outdone by Johnson, Nixon declared the “War on Drugs” where he called drug abuse “public enemy number one.”
George W. Bush (baby Bush) formally declared the “War on Terror” on September 16, 2001 (originally called the war on “terrorism”).
So, what do all of these wars have in common?
They’ve all failed…miserably.
They’ve all made the original problem much worse.
They’ve made a small group of wealthy people into a smaller group of uber-wealthy people.
They’re all connected with Banksters.
“Bankster” = modern day bankers combined with mafia-styled mobsters.
In the past you could tell the difference between the two.
Today, there is no distinction.
Yes, I know it’s very noble to believe that “fighting for a bigger cause” makes the idea of killing millions of people more palatable. However, the “bigger cause” (like stopping the spread of Communism, or Islamic terrorism) is a great cover for pillaging a foreign country for profit. And profit is what motivates banksters.
Not only is war profitable, it keeps economies from collapsing.
The markets know this and they also know the “Cycle of War” is on the upswing.
This cycle is capable of enhancing or devastating your portfolio.
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