Even if we had given each Moslem living in the United States several million dollars, a plane ticket, and fully-paid housing in the Middle Eastern country of their choice, we would still have only spent a tiny fraction of what has been dished out to pursue random desert wars during this century.
Hell, even if we did all this, paid guards regular salaries to patrol each international airport and water port, and paid private security to guard any Americans traveling abroad from Moslem reprisals, we would still have a surplus probably in the trillions.
Just think about what we could have done with that money had we not been saddled with rabid war-mongering Jews, weird religious heretics (George W. Bush, I’m talking about you), and a government more intent on hurting White America than actually preventing Islamic enrichment.
The United States is expected to spend nearly $6 trillion through 2018 on government-wide costs related to the wars waged in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria since 2001, reveals a study by Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs.
According to Brown University’s Cost of War project analysis, authored by Neta Crawford, the total estimated cost of U.S. wars between 2001 and 2018 amounts to about $23,386 per individual American taxpayer, which is more than three times the amount ($7,740) calculated by the Pentagon.
When further broken down to only include regularly-working White Men, you’re talking well over $100K per person.
Enough to easily provide a comfortable family life if saving, intelligent investment, and proper frugal spending is taken into account.
The Pentagon’s study, dubbed the “Estimated Cost to Each Taxpayer for the Wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria,” places the total authorized war spending on those conflicts between 2001 and 2018 at $1.5 trillion.
Unlike assessments conducted by the Pentagon and other analysts, Crawford’s estimate takes into account trillions in conflict-linked spending appropriated mainly through the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, State, Defense, and Veteran Affairs.
On top of direct war spending through the Pentagon, the Brown University study includes $880 billion in new base defense costs linked to combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria, in addition to nearly $780 billion in Department of Homeland Security costs.
Moreover, the study notes that spending on veterans benefits has increased by nearly $300 billion since 2001 due to those wars.
Nevertheless, the Brown study notes that its “estimate is also conservative,” adding:
“This report has not included here state and local government expenses related to medical care of veterans and homeland security. Nor does this report calculate the macro economic costs of war for the US economy. And while this report discusses some of the ways that families bear the burden of caring for seriously veterans [sic], I have not added a value for the costs of their uncompensated care.”
Think about the fact that these wounded will need care for the rest of their lives (at least another 50 years or so on average), and that what they’ve already received is oftentimes substandard thanks to corruption and a lack of funding.
Besides the trillions of dollars spent on the post-9/11 conflicts, the wars have imposed a profound human cost on Americans: nearly 7,000 U.S. military fatalities and more than 52,500 injuries, according to Breitbart News’s analysis of casualties in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria since 2001.
“Each one of the nearly 7,000 US soldiers killed by wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be assigned a statistical value of human life — a dollar value to their deaths,” points out Crawford. “The Costs of War Project has not estimated the economic impact on the United States economy — the loss of economic productivity — of the deaths and injuries of US service members due to the wars.”
We’ve been fighting this absurd battle against Moslem terrorism since I was in the 6th grade (just a little over 16 years as of today), and yet I’m sitting back and noticing that we live in a world far more broken than it was when I was a kid.
- Our Moslem population has more than doubled since 2001 – a fact that should seem rather odd for those who are not fully red-pilled on the White Genocide issue.
- Much of Western Europe is nearing the point of no return in terms of immigration from the Middle East and Africa – their Moslem population has exploded, and areas that in 2001 had very few if any Kebab People now deal with hordes raping their women on Halloween and New Year’s Eve.
- Iraq has transformed from a peaceful and semi-secular autocratic state into a hotbed of terrorist activity. Even in terms of inter-Moslem conflict, groups that were kept quiet by brute force (the only way to deal with these subhumans) by Saddam Hussein now butcher each other on a regular basis.
- Syria has been broken probably beyond repair – Assad’s great victories with valiant Russian aid will probably prove Pyrrhic thanks to ruined infrastructure and a policy of interference by America and Israel.
- Afghanistan is essentially the same as it was in 2001, although now the Taliban is considered to be a true liberating army by much of the population – America’s involvement has only led to death, a reigniting of ancient tribal hatreds, and a flourishing opium/heroin industry.
- Iran, a nation that could have been used to help curb any Sunni shenanigans, has been made into an implacable enemy thanks to Israeli posturing and virulent hatred.
- Christians across the Middle East (many of whom can trace their origins to the time of Jesus himself) have for all intents and purposes been obliterated. Iraq’s population has been annihilated, Syria’s is badly damaged, and smaller groups fear what will happen if (((Neoco))) policies continue unabated.
- Our cities now get visited by Home Depot TRUCKS OF PEACE driven by Moslems, and our ordinary lives now include horribly invasive checks at airports by Ethnics, local police armed to the teeth due to anti-terror budgets, and a nagging fear that we may be shot or have our throats slashed by a random Haji seeking his pleasure goats in paradise.
- Tens of thousands of men have been killed, maimed, crippled, and mentally-broken for life thanks to this ridiculous failure of a struggle – most still suffer from horrible care and neglect on the part of the VA.
The list can go on and on, but I assume y’all get the picture.
This is why we push isolationism and a withdrawal from foreign nonsense – we care about our people above all, and will do what is necessary to provide for their well-being before worrying about things like warring Afghani tribes and the propping up of a (((parasitic nation))) consistently agitating against its neighbors.