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Communist Chinese proxy, and China's command/control economy is a creation of communist Wall Street investment banks and US trade policy. If not for the transfer of Trillions of dollars of investment capital and technology from the U.S., China would still be a backward third world economy. The globalized economy resulting from "free" trade includes the Military Industrial Complex. As a result, the US military does not protect the interests of the U.S., it protects the interests of criminal global elites. For example, most of Iraq's oil is going to China, and according to Peter O'Malley from HSBC, Chinese State Owned Entities (SOE's) have already begun mining a trillion dollars of mineral reserves in Afghanistan. So U.S. blood and treasure are subsidizing China's totalitarian regime. These treasonous policies are designed to subsidize China's totalitarian model and crush America's Constitutional government and economy. The following clips are Peter O'Malley on Afghanistan, and Pat Mulloy, a member of the U.S./China Economic and Security Review Commission. Mulloy says U.S. trade deficits will result in China's Communist government owning large chunks of the U.S. economy.

The Globalized Military Industrial Complex (GMIC) has a vested interest in creating the conditions for perpetual war. That's why US business and political leaders have partnered with Communist China and look the other way while China arms North Korea and Iran. Don't take my word for it, check out these short clips.

US leaders have a similar treasonous relationship with the Saudi monarchy, which funds a global network of Sunni extremism that produces an endless supply of new recruits for Al Qaeda. Facts to back this up are provided in these short clips from a Congressional hearing, and Alex Alexiev, a leading expert on terrorism.

North Korea's recent threats are a coordinated US/China propaganda campaign that not only distracts from domestic attacks on the Bill of Rights, but provides a pretext for strengthening the US regime's totalitarian policies. (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference) (Fast and Furious hearing)