Just 3% of What the US Spends Destroying Countries Could End Starvation—On the Entire Planet — Activist Post – January 23, 2020

By Matt Agorist

(Activist Post)  It was reported this week that the Pentagon made $35 trillion — with a ‘T’ — in accounting adjustments in 2019 alone. That number is larger than the entire U.S. economy and is up from $30.7 trillion in 2018. The figure also dwarfs the Congressional approved military budget of $738 billion. Naturally, no one cares and Pentagon officials dismiss this black hole of spending as accounting errors. →

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Blood Money: The Top 20 Companies Profiting From Endless War — Era of Light – March 5, 2019

Military spending is growing around the world and in 2017 it increased by 1.1 percent, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. U.S. arms expenditures rose by $9.6 billion, driving the global rise and further consolidating the status of the United States as the world’s top spender on the military–by far.

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