The Imaginary $2 Trillion Afghan War 191211
December 11, 2019
Emailed to Fed Chair Jay Powell, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, Congressman Van Taylor, Congressman Colin Allred, Senator John Cornyn, Senator Ted Cruz, The U.S. SEC, NYT/WSJ/WP/DMN/CNBC, and Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson on 12/11/19.
The New York Times
December 9, 2019
The Taliban are gaining strength.
Opium production has quadrupled.
Osama bin Laden is dead.
Most Afghans live in poverty.
What Did the U.S. Get for $2 Trillion in Afghanistan?
By SARAH ALMUKHTAR and ROD NORDLAND DEC. 9, 2019
All told, the cost of nearly 18 years of war in Afghanistan will amount to more than $2 trillion. Was the money well spent?
There is little to show for it. The Taliban control much of the country. Afghanistan remains one of the world’s largest sources of refugees and migrants. More than 2,400 American soldiers and more than 38,000 Afghan civilians have died.
Still, life has improved, particularly in the country’s cities, where opportunities for education have grown. Many more girls are now in school. And democratic institutions have been built — although they are shaky at best.
Drawing on estimates from Brown University’s Costs of War Project, we assessed how much the United States spent on different aspects of the war and whether that spending achieved its aims.
$1.5 trillion waging war
The Taliban control or contest much of the country.
The U.S. Government is waging a pointless and unwinnable war in Afghanistan that is being financed by a massive U.S. Government accounting fraud that I have named USAPonzi!
We have no business trying to wage war in Afghanistan because we cannot afford it and in fact we are only making problems worse in Afghanistan because people there are getting money to retaliate against us because the U.S. Government has printed $127.1 Trillion of counterfeit money so we can buy oil and gas in the Middle East so they can finance their guerilla warfare and terrorist activity against us.
The U.S. Government is running a $127.1 Trillion Ponzi scheme fiscal policy that is fraudulently borrowing money from the future Americans, money the future Americans do not have, with GAAP Basis deficit spending and giving it to the U.S. upper class so we can have the counterfeit money to fight the Afghan War!
The corrupt U.S. Government has printed $127.1 Trillion of counterfeit money so we can fight wars on multiple fronts and still maintain a military presence in previously “conquered” territories!
If the U.S. Government would stop printing counterfeit money, people would not be so mad at us and they would not have trillions of dollars of counterfeit money to buy guns and bombs to terrorize us!
The U.S. Government is fighting a war we cannot win with money we do not have!
The U.S. Government is fighting an unwinnable imaginary war with imaginary money!
The opioid crisis (opioid production has quadrupled according to this article) would also not have become such a big problem if the U.S. Government had not printed $127.1 Trillion of counterfeit money to make illegal drugs appear to be so valuable!
I contend that the planet would be a lot more peaceable place if the U.S. Government was not trying to cheat the rest of the planet by printing counterfeit money!
See USAPonzi-The Great American Fraud
See Whistleblower Letter #3 to the U.S. Congress
See Whistleblower Letter #1 to the United Nations
You can learn more about this fraud/Ponzi scheme by reading my websites www.usaponzi.net and www.usaponzi.com or by reading my sixth book on USAPonzi “USAPonziC” which is available on Amazon.
This is the biggest ($127.1 Trillion) financial fraud ever perpetrated, I call it “USAPonzi: The Great American Fraud” and “The Biggest Ponzi Scheme on the Planet”!
John W. White