Fire And Fury… and Profits! Korea Crisis Great for the War Industry

Yesterday’s heated rhetoric set most normal people on edge. Would the US and North Korea launch a massive war where millions would surely be killed? One group feeling good about it all, however, are those who make billions in profit from scaring the American people — and the rest of the world — nearly to death. War industry profits are way up. Selling fear…in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

7 thoughts on “Fire And Fury… and Profits! Korea Crisis Great for the War Industry”

  1. Man this N Korea situation is getting out of hand. I don’t think the screeching idiots realize that the DPRK doesn’t have to use a nuclear weapon or fire a single shot if they’re attacked. Even if all they do is drain the coolant from their reactors and spent fuel rod pools, the resulting disaster would make Chernobyl and Fukushima combined insignificant by a wide margin. It would irradiate the whole planet. Especially if done on purpose and left untouched to run its course.

    1. “… the resulting disaster would make Chernobyl and Fukushima combined insignificant by a wide margin.”
      [snickering]

      Nothing is getting out of hand. The manbaby in his Hermit Kingdom is throwing a tantrum, just like they have for generations. Kim Dum Phuk is just pissed that he won’t get billions from Donald Trump like previous administrations have forked over.

      1. China’s probably giving him billions.

        The US wants a base on China/Russia’s border with Korea. And China/Russia does not. Thus N. Korea was created.

        The real solution is for the US to exit S. Korea, demonstrate how we’re not going to build bases on China’s border. And also, we need to back down with NATO (in Europe) on Russia’s border there.

        But, that’ll never happen.

  2. There’s no business like the War Business.

    As General Smedley Butler wrote almost a century ago: War is a Racket.

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