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U.S. Military Spending Is Out Of Control: 12 Facts That Show That We Cannot Afford To Be The Police Of The World. Today, the United States has become the police of the world.

U.S. Military Spending Is Out Of Control: 12 Facts That Show That We Cannot Afford To Be The Police Of The World

The U.S. military has a total of over 700 military bases in 130 countries around the world. Total military spending by the U.S. government is nearly equal to the combined military spending of the rest of the globe. Meanwhile, the federal government is literally drowning in debt. So if we make some significant cuts to military spending will we fix the national debt problem? Of course not. Not that we don’t need a strong military. But you know what? What possible justification could there possibly be for having U.S. troops in 130 different nations? Why in the world do we still need huge contingents of troops in Germany and Japan? Look, it is about darn time that nations like Japan and Germany learned to defend themselves. We are spending so many resources patrolling the streets of Iraq and rounding up goat herders in Afghanistan that we aren’t even preparing ourselves for the real threats.

No. Robot soldiers taking over? Le plan Pike pour trois guerres mondiales  L’anarchie (du grec αναρχία / anarkhia, composé de an, préfixe privatif ... anarchiste » comme celui qui est « purifié volontairement, par une révolution ...

Le plan Pike pour trois guerres mondiales 

Le terme anarchie est un dérivé du grec « ἀναρχία » (« anarkhia. Composé ... Gaetano Manfredonia (Dir.), Les anarchistes et la révolution française, Paris, éd. du ML ... "Un exemple de révolution anarchiste sur une grande échelle, le meilleur à mon sens, c'est l'Espagne de 1936. On ne peut pas dire ce qui serait arrivé. Savoir et penser pour mieux agir Sujets Messages Dernier message; Histoire 136 Sujets 1002 Messages Dernier message de indignados 09 Juin 2012, 16:09. Opération et combats dans la zone. «Les opérations de récupération sont toujours en cours», a déclaré à l'AFP un porte-parole de la force de l'Otan en Afghanistan (Isaf), précisant qu'il s'agissait de récupérer les débris de l'appareil.

Opération et combats dans la zone

Il a dit ne pas être au courant d'éventuels combats dans la zone, mais un porte-parole des autorités de la province du Wardak (centre) où l'hélicoptère s'est écrasé, a fait état de «combats sporadiques». «Les forces afghanes et de la coalition sont toujours sur place. La zone est bouclée et nous avons été informés de combats sporadiques», a déclaré à l'AFP ce porte-parole, Shahidullah Shahid.

Les téléphones ne fonctionnent pas dans cette zone et les informations sont difficiles à obtenir, a-t-il précisé. Muslim, le chef du district de Sayed Abad où l'hélicoptère est tombé, a lui aussi indiqué que la zone était «bouclée par les forces étrangères et afghanes» et qu'«une opération était en cours». (afp) 'I had to psychologically dislocate a detainee': Former CIA agent reveals 'torture' methods and secret prison in memoir.

Ordered to 'psychologically dislocate' his prisonerFaced agonising decision after concluding detainee was innocentHad to tell CIA bosses he was in love with his girlfriend - before he told her By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 09:32 GMT, 4 July 2011 Interrogator: Glenn Carle, who has written a tell-all memoir about his time with the agency, said some people would call him a 'torturer' A former CIA operative has described how he was torn between serving his country and refusing to 'torture' a man he believed was innocent.

'I had to psychologically dislocate a detainee': Former CIA agent reveals 'torture' methods and secret prison in memoir

Glenn Carle has written a shocking new tell-all memoir detailing his time with the agency in which he confessed that some people would call him a 'torturer'. Though the CIA has already redacted 40 per cent of his book in a two-year battle to get it published, Carle was still able to provide a vivid account of his journey to a CIA 'black site' or secret prison. He was told to 'do whatever is necessary' - subverting Geneva conventions in favour of the American flag. "We Now Have More Soldiers That Have Died By Suicide Than In Conflict!" Senator Murry.