Senate Overrides Trump’s NDAA Veto


The cupboard is bare.

Israel needed that money.

Immediately after shooting down $2,000 stimulus checks for the third time in a week, the performance art “deficit hawks” pivoted and voted to override Trump’s veto of the 2021 NDAA which costs $740 billion dollars and is the most expensive military budget in history. The 2021 NDAA keeps American troops in Afghanistan, renames military bases named after Confederate generals and gives Israel $3.3 billion dollars every year from American taxpayers until the year 2028.

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  1. I noticed that Israel has vaccinated around 10% of their population already. The UK has vaccinesd around 1.5% and the US around 0.7%.

    Damn its good to be an Israeli!

  2. Will America ever withdraw troops from Afghanistan? Striker is pessimistic about the prospect.

    “As with Iraq, the 2001 war in Afghanistan and our ongoing presence there, is part of a containment strategy of Iran done in the interest of Israel.

    According to former National Security Agency analyst Karen Kwiatkowski, the Pentagon’s logic behind the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq was to create a military pincer that would surround Iran. In a 2009 interview, Kwiatkowski stressed that Iran was not a threat to the United States or its interests, but rather only to Israeli regional hegemony,

    The Israelis have been using Afghanistan to spy on the Iranian military and engage in various black ops against their country. The Iranians appear to be fighting back, including by restoring ties for their historical nemesis, the Taliban. Israel fears that an unconditional US withdrawal could end up working to the advantage of Iran.

    When earlier this year Donald Trump said he wanted to withdraw troops from Afghanistan — a move supported by the overwhelming majority of the American people — JINSA and AIPAC were the sole interest groups to vocalize opposition and began pressuring the Senate to ensure it didn’t happen. The Jewish lobby succeeded, and Rand Paul’s bill last July that would’ve brought our soldiers home was defeated by a bipartisan vote of 60 to 33. “

    • Azerbaijan is probably a more porous conduit for spying and smuggling. Less glamorous and exotic but there’s a lot of Mullahs who take a quick trip over the Caspian to whore and gamble in Baku.

    • I would not be surprised if the story about the defense official lying to Trump about the status of Trump’s withdrawal of military personnel was a case where Trump knew he was lied to so that he would appear to carry out a promise to his base yet still serve his Israeli masters.

    • Those mainstream media stories of troop withdrawals and planned troop withdrawals are CIA propaganda. Every troop that may be “withdrawn” is being replaced by at least one more troop, and the U.S.’s many proxy armies are growing. Even unruly ISIS is still being supported and used. The Empire is not withdrawing anywhere because it is confident in its overwhelming strength, because it owns the Almighty Dollar that is worshipped by the world.

      • Re: the U.S.’s ever-increasing military spending:

        Anti-war journalist Julian Assange’s extradition to the U.S. will be formally announced in just two days. The heroic Australian citizen whose plight is ignored by the U.S.-puppet regime that runs Australia, will then be executed (very slowly) in the U.S. under a U.S. law that applies only to U.S. citizens. The global Empire of the Almighty Dollar is supremely rich, and therefore supremely confident that it can do whatever it wants. It can say whatever it wants to say. Now it is accusing not only Russia, but also China, of offering a bounty for killings of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. The U.S. also claims (amplified especially by Fox News) that China is holding millions of Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps. The U.S. also claims (amplified especially by rotten Faux News) that China is preparing to attack Taiwan. Taiwan is a historic part of China that was separated from China by the U.S. with a rival, U.S.-puppet government that is heavily armed by the U.S.

        • War-mongering Fox News is also celebrating the flight of U.S. B-52 long-range nuclear bombers over the coastline of Iran last week, accompanied by F-16s that also flew to Iran from North Dakota. Last week the U.S. also deployed the nuclear cruise missile armed submarine USS Georgia, accompanied by a fleet of warships, to the Persian Gulf, joining the USS Nimitz carrier strike group already deployed there. Iran is under blockade and heavy sanctions and must be destroyed.

          Israel has just dispatched its nuclear cruise missile firing submarine through the Suez Canal moving toward Iran, and is continuing to bomb Syria heavily in support of the ongoing U.S. invasion of Syria. The U.S. is not withdrawing from ANYWHERE. It is ramping up in 2021.

  3. I got my money today. Split it with my wife. 24 hundred payout out, I got 12. I’ll spend it bills, right back into the system. Money that is printed, zero value.

      • I saw a tweet where this guy pointed out even if you bought Bitcoin at the top of the $20,000 bubble and held till now, you would have gotten 15% per annum, whcih is better than any bank would give you. I’m also starting to worry there may be bank runs, which means I won’t be able to pull money out to buy BTC. lol

        When I look at Bitcoin on Youtube the people promoting it turn me off, as they look like scammers. Then a week ago I found a fellow called Simon Dixon and his videos convinced me. His advice is don’t trade, buy Bitcoin only and hold forever. He’s been around since the 2000s, and he said the ones who made it big did not trade, they bought and held. The traders got in trouble with taxation and lost it.

        I would have already bought, but I don’t know which exchange to use, and whether I should get a hardware wallet, and if so which one. I’m such a ditherer.

        Simon Dixon (Beware Impersonators)
        Replying to
        I held from $30 to $3 #Bitcoin
        and it hurt but did me no long term harm as trading in and out is what makes you end up with no #BTC
        and a bunch of tax bills. If you held through all those drops @PeterSchiff
        you would have a lot more purchasing power to stack your #gold with.

      • We need some finance blogs.
        I ,for one , don’t know how to invest my liquid very wisely
        And I know, I know it’s valueless cloth-paper but there are smart ways to make it ‘work’ for you in many ways.
        Its a good subject to speak on imo.

  4. Why, on the poster, “I rather…” instead of “I’d rather…,” the way normal people would write or say it? It’s ESL, it’s foreign! Who would not notice that? Stop using this dumbass poster, please!

  5. I’m on my knees thanking the govt for the $600. I don’t know what I would do if not for the govt of the people for the people.

      • Yes. But most whites have their heads in the sand. As long as they get their steady supply of beer, football, golf, and Netflix, they could care less. The world is tumbling down around them, yet they say things like, “Well, I won’t be around for that!”
        People think “freedom” means being able to get drunk, go to sports bars and eat cheap burgers, gamble, pick up other hepatitis-ridden people for casual sex, and buy big vehicles, so they can try to look rich.
        Soft lives have made many apathetic. They figure someone else can fight and die, if they want real freedom.

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