Conflicts of Interest: The West Doubles Down on the Losing Economic War with Russia

On COI #320, Kyle Anzalone discusses the West’s energy war with Moscow.

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4 thoughts on “Conflicts of Interest: The West Doubles Down on the Losing Economic War with Russia”

  1. Right on target article! June 22, 2022 U.S. Still Spends More on Military Than Next Nine Countries Combined

    The world spent over $2 trillion on militaries for the first time in 2021, an all-time high after seven consecutive years of increases, according to the latest data on global military expenditures compiled by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

    1. The US spends more than 2x what China (the world’s 2nd largest military spender) spends. The European countries including the UK, France and Germany are militarily reliant on the US although they are not reliant on the US in other ways and are not Developing Nations.
      After WWII ended, Japan had a fake military but has expanded its military to cooperate in American Imperialism and has not expanded it enough to be self-sufficient. The US and Japanese Governments insist on keeping US Bases in Okinawa despite the objections of the local population and the local government. US Bases do not belong in other countries. If the US and Japan insist on keeping bases in Japan, they could at least transfer the bases in Okinawa to another island in Japan.

      1. Thanks friend and this is never mentioned anywhere for a reason.

        December 24, 2013 The Worldwide Network of US Military Bases

        The US Military has bases in 63 countries. Adding to the bases inside U.S. territory, the total land area occupied by US military bases domestically within the US and internationally is of the order of 2,202,735 hectares, which makes the *Pentagon* one of the largest landowners worldwide.

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