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U.S. weapons makers making a killing out of killing

Covert nuclear war against Iran: Rights violations, profits increasing , Human Rights Examiner, Deborah Dupre. December 7, 2011  Both covert human rights violations against Iran and military-industrial-complex war machine profits predictably increasing as Americans struggle in ‘failing economy’

Voters for Peace reports covert war against Iran has likely begun with drones, Stuxnet, blowing up nuclear facilities and assassinating or kidnapping scientists. Mark Hibbs, nuclear expert at Carnegie Endowment in Germany, reports intensity of the covert war indicates this is where U.S. and Israel are now putting their energy, big business with big profits for war contractors, all despite no evidence that Iran is a nuclear threat and increasing rights violations against Americans struggling in a “failing economy” and “war on terror.”…..

Making a killing out of killing High-tech non-traditional warfare is more covert and more profitable than traditional warfare.  “Just like the taxpayers of mediaeval Italian city-states, we are having our money siphoned off into the business of war,”reports the Sydney Morning Herald today.

 “This year the Obama government contracted to pay Xe Services a quarter of a billion dollars for security work in Afghanistan. This is just one of many companies making its profits out of warfare.”
About President Barack Obama’s weapon of choice, drones, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism reported last month that nuclear physics and defense contractor headquartered in San Diego, California, General Atomics has probably profited most from this first decade of armed drones. The company makes two armed vehicles – Predators and Reapers used by both the UK and US forces.
“Exactly how much it profits from the industry is kept secret as the company, which is a private enterprise incorporated in Delaware, does not publish any financial information, including its annual turnover and profits.”
The recent International Atomic Energy Agency report that provoked outcry against Iran’s nuclear ambitions “contained nothing that proved that Iran was developing nuclear weapons,” reports SMH that says the war on Iran has been “completely predictable.”
“The US government spent a staggering $US687 billion on ”defence” last year. Think what could be done with that money if it were put into hospitals, schools or to pay off foreclosed mortgages.”

December 9, 2011 - Posted by | USA, weapons and war

1 Comment »

  1. We need your help. Please go to

    We need help with finding the politicians in America on both sides(Republican and Democrat) that benefit from the nuke industry.

    If you or anyone you know has good,solid sources and statistics we’d appreciate them.

    Comment by lili | December 11, 2011 | Reply

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