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  • First Strike by Carfentanil?

    First Strike by Carfentanil?

    JUNE 17, 2016 SEIZED AT THE VANCOUVER BORDER, BOUND TO CALGARY FROM CHINA. (CBC). Canadian border officials have intercepted a one kilogram package of CARFENTANIL. bound for Calgary from China,

    THAT ONE KILO OF CARFENTANIL IN THE VANCOUVER BUST WAS ENOUGH TO KILL 50 MILLION PEOPLE, TO KILL EVERY PERSON IN CANADA, ( 35.85 MILLION) WITH ENOUGH LEFT OVER TO WIPE OUT SWEDEN AND FINLAND.

    WHO IN CHINA WOULD MANUFACTURE 35.3 oz OF A DEADLY CHEMICAL “CARFENTANIL”?

    AND, WHO IN CHINA WOULD MAIL ENOUGH “CARFENTANIL” TO CALGARY TO KILL 50 MILLION PEOPLE?

     A WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION IS A nuclear, radiological, CHEMICAL, biological or other WEAPON THAT CAN KILL AND BRING SIGNIFICANT HARM TO A LARGE NUMBER OF HUMANS

    CHINESE OPIOID MANUFACTURERS CAN EVIDENTLY PRODUCE LARGE QUANTITIES OF CARFENTANIL WITHOUT RUNNING INTO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ISSUES, AND THEY KNOW HOW TO MAIL IT TO CANADA WITHOUT LEAVING A TELLTALE TRAIL OF DEAD POSTAL CLERKS, PARCEL HANDLERS, AND CBSA INSPECTORS.

    SOMEWHERE SITTING AROUND IN CANADA? THERE IS A SMALL BOX WITH ENOUGH “CARFENTANIL” CHEMICAL TO KILL 50 MILLION PEOPLE.

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    A WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION IS A nuclear, radiological, CHEMICAL, biological or other WEAPON THAT CAN KILL AND BRING SIGNIFICANT HARM TO A LARGE NUMBER OF HUMANS

    ANYONE INTERESTED IN CHEMICAL WARFARE TOXICOLOGY OR EXPOSURE?

    CHAPTER 8: Chemical Defence Against Fentanyls

    From the book: Chemical Warfare Toxicology : Volume 2: Management of Poisoning

    DESPITE ONGOING EFFORTS TO PROHIBIT THE PRODUCTION, STORAGE AND USE OF CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENTS, RECENT WORLD EVENTS HIGHLIGHT THE ENDURING THREAT TO THE POPULATION FROM THESE AGENTS. Providing an up-to-date treatise on the ongoing research into the toxicology of chemical warfare agents, this book will appeal to toxicologists, biochemists and weapons specialists working in industry and academia, and anyone with an interest in chemical warfare toxicology or exposure.

     

    Fentanyls are solid analgesic–anaesthetics used in human and veterinary medicine. The science relevant to their use in defence and security is presented in this chapter. This includes a timeline of the pharmaceutical development of fentanyls and their medicinal uses.

    THEIR RISE TO PROMINENCE AS INCAPACITATING AGENTS OCCURRED WHEN THE RUSSIAN SPECIAL FORCES USED A MIXTURE OF TWO FENTANYLS, CARFENTANIL AND REMIFENTANIL, TO FACILITATE RESOLUTION OF THE MOSCOW THEATRE SIEGE IN 2002.

    The identification of the composition of the mixture, enabled by analysis of clothing and a urine sample from the casualties, is described.

    A RESURGENCE OF APPARENT MILITARY INTEREST IN FENTANYLS BY SOME GOVERNMENTS UNDERPINS THE IMPORTANCE OF DEVELOPING A BETTER AWARENESS OF THE DANGERS POSED BY THESE TOXIC CHEMICALS.

    THIS CHAPTER DISCUSSES HOW RESEARCH ABOUT THE BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND CHEMISTRY OF FENTANYLS SERVES AS AN INFORMATION SOURCE TO SUPPORT THE CHEMICAL WEAPONS CONVENTION (CWC).

    CHAPTER 8 – Chemical Warfare Toxicology (RSC Publishing)

    pubs.rsc.org/en/content/chapter/bk9781782628033-00259/978-1-78262…

    Despite ongoing efforts to prohibit the production, storage and use of chemical warfare agents, recent world events highlight the enduring threat to the population …

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    “THAT CARFENTANIL IN CANADA IS A HOMELAND SECURITY THREAT TO THE U.S.A.”

    Border agents had to don hazmat suits to deal with a one kilogram package of CARFENTANIL — considered the strongest opioids known to man —

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    Over three months after Canada intercepted the CARFENTANIL shipment?

    ANYONE INTERESTED IN CHEMICAL WARFARE TOXICOLOGY OR EXPOSURE?


    SEP 22 – 2016 (Washington, D.C.) DEA Acting Administrator Chuck Rosenberg. “We see it on the streets, often disguised as heroin.

     IT IS CRAZY DANGEROUS.  SYNTHETICS SUCH AS FENTANYL AND CARFENTANIL CAN KILL YOU.

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    YEP, “CARFENTANIL IS CRAZY DANGEROUS”

    NO DUH, IT CAN KILL YOU….

    THE KILOGRAM OF CARFENTANIL IN CANADA CAN KILL YOU ALONG WITH ANOTHER 49,999,999 MILLION OTHER PEOPLE.

    ONE KILO OF CARFENTANIL, ABOUT 2.2 POUNDS, IS ENOUGH TO KILL 50 MILLION PEOPLE, TO KILL EVERY PERSON IN CANADA, ( 35.85 MILLION) WITH ENOUGH LEFT OVER TO WIPE OUT SWEDEN AND FINLAND.

    TEN KILO OF CARFENTANIL, ABOUT 22 POUNDS, IS ENOUGH TO KILL 500 MILLION PEOPLE, EVERY PERSON IN THE U.S.A. 324,723,026 MILLION WITH ENOUGH LEFT OVER TO WIPE OUT?

    FIRST STRIKE CAPABILITY BY JUST THE CARFENTANIL SENT FROM CHINA TO CANADA?

    ENOUGH TO KILL 50 MILLION PEOPLE, TO KILL EVERY PERSON IN CANADA, ( 35.85 MILLION) WITH ENOUGH LEFT OVER TO WIPE OUT SWEDEN AND FINLAND.

    FIRST STRIKE THREAT HAS LONG BEEN DISCOUNTED, knowing that U.S. presidents would be very reluctant to carry out such a threat and that CONVENTIONAL FORCES ARE ADEQUATE TO SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND THE SOVEREIGNTY AND VITAL INTERESTS OF THESE 30 NATIONS AGAINST NON-NUCLEAR AGGRESSION,

    INCLUDING CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL THREATS?

    CONVENTIONAL FORCES ARE ADEQUATE TO SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND THE SOVEREIGNTY AND VITAL INTERESTS OF THESE 30 NATIONS AGAINST NON-NUCLEAR AGGRESSION, INCLUDING CHEMICAL FIRST STRIKE CAPABILITY BY CARFENTANIL?

    FIRST STRIKE BY NUCLEAR WEAPONS IS A MOTE POINT. 126,000 PEOPLE DIED IN THE HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI BOMBING AND IT’S NEVER BEEN USED SINCE. PERIOD

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    FIRST STRIKE CAPABILITY BY CARFENTANIL?

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    When are American citizens going to question U.S. Intelligence AND COVER-UPS?

    The USA Today report indicated that the DEA has been on alert for CARFENTANIL since its appearance in U.S. and at the Canadian border, and that it’s almost definitely coming from overseas. The drug sometimes is manufactured in China, delivered to Mexico, shipped to Canada and then to the United States. DEA authorities have heard some reports of CARFENTANIL shipments going directly to Canada and being intercepted by Mexican drug organizations.

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    Monday, September 26, 2016 9:54:00 AM

    DEA Issues Carfentanil Warning to Police and Public

    Posted by ADM Board Monday, September 26, 2016 9:54:00 AM

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    Dangerous Opioid 10,000 Times More Potent than Morphine and 100 Times More Potent than Fentanyl

    SEP 22 – (Washington, D.C.) – DEA has issued a public warning to the public and law enforcement nationwide about the health and safety risks of “CARFENTANIL”. “CARFENTANIL” is a synthetic opioid that is 10,000 times more potent than morphine and 100 times more potent than fentanyl, which itself is 50 times more potent than heroin.  DEA, local law enforcement and first responders have recently seen the presence of “CARFENTANIL”, WHICH HAS BEEN LINKED TO A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF OVERDOSE DEATHS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. Improper handling of “CARFENTANIL”, as well as fentanyl and other fentanyl-related compounds, has deadly consequences.

    THE DEA WARNS THAT CARFENTANIL, AND OTHER FENTANYL-RELATED COMPOUNDS, ARE A SERIOUS DANGER TO PUBLIC SAFETY, FIRST RESPONDERS AND LABORATORY PERSONNEL ADDING THE SUBSTANCES CAN COME IN SEVERAL FORMS, INCLUDING POWDER, BLOTTER PAPER, TABLETS, SPRAY AND CAN BE ABSORBED THROUGH THE SKIN OR ACCIDENTAL INHALATION OF AIRBORNE POWDER.

    To view the DEA fact sheet on the drug, click here carfentanil alert.pdf

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    The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction reports that “CARFENTANIL” AS A DUST, IT COULD BE INHALED OR ATTACH TO MUCOUS MEMBRANES, LIKE THE TONGUE, WITH ALMOST INSTANTLY FATAL EFFECT.

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    ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE ON HOMELAND SECURITY TOTALLY CLUELESS ABOUT THE 50 MILLION PEOPLE THAT ONE KILOGRAM OF CARFENTANIL IN CANADA WOULD KILL? (I THINK NOT)

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    Majority Media | Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs …

    https://www.hsgac.senate.gov/media/majority-media/johnson-portman…

    Permanent Subcommittee ON INVESTIGATIONSCARFENTANIL are causing a spike in overdoses and deaths … U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & …

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    Portman Praises Bipartisan House Introduction of the STOP …

    votesmart.org/public-statement/1134015/portman-praises-bipartisan…

    The STOP Act will close a … international mail security standards to break U.S. customs laws and regulations by shipping drugs directly through the U.S. postal system.

    So? they are working on the U.S. postal system? The STOP Act will close a shipping gap?

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    DEA issues warning to police on deadly synthetic opioid carfentanil

    MLive · 2 days ago

    “I don’t have high hopes NALOXONE is potent enough to combat a CARFENTANILoverdose.” The lethal dose range for CARFENTANIL in …

    CARFENTANIL IS 100 TIMES MORE POTENT FENTANIL

    “WE HAVE NALOXONE, BUT PROBLEM HERE WITH THIS DRUG IS YOU WILL NEED MULTIPLE (UP TO 10) DOSES GIVEN IN A VERY SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME TO SAVE THEM,” RAND SAID.

    “I DON’T HAVE HIGH HOPES NALOXONE IS POTENT ENOUGH TO COMBAT A CARFENTANIL OVERDOSE.”

    To be continued….

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    Anyone interested in building a wall for Homeland Security will vote for Trum. period   


  • Trump’s Debate Survey Optional

     Trump’s Debate Survey Optional

     Sept 15, 2016

    To prepare for the BIGGEST night of our campaign, I’m turning to the very people who have humbled me and gotten me to where I am today… YOU.

    As your champion, I need to know what you want me to fight for on that stage. I want you to be confident that I defend the issues you care about. I want to make you proud, Pearl Rains.

    Which is why I’m asking you to take the TRUMP Debate Preparation Survey now. >> 

    Oops… I provided too much OPTIONAL  feedback. My comments timed out.

     I clipped and snipped and submitted.

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    HOWEVER… I do have the option of posting my expanded optional points on my website.

    Debatable Issues?

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    WHAT’S MISSING?

    #2 Building the wall to protect America against the heroin epidemic,

    Feb 23, 2016 – The opioid epidemic has been called the worst drug crisis in American history.

    Mexican cartels, have grown their share of the heroin market tremendously in recent years. Together, Mexican drug traffickers smuggled nearly a quarter-million pounds of heroin into the US in 2014, according to The Washington Post.

    Ohio has the highest heroin overdose death rate, while New York ranked 19th in the nation in 2014 among the 43 states for which data were available.

    Build  the Wall stop the heroin

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    #4 Lying, extremely careless, grossly generalistic, deleting 30,000 emails

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    #14 Bad judgment of the establishment Hillary Clinton and John Kerry voted for the Iraq war resolution Colin Powell’s lying’ to the UN Security Council was “the game changer” that started 16 years of horrific wars and conflict and completely destabilizing and destroying the middle east

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    #15 Public Corruption  The study calculated that government corruption costs American taxpayers tens of billions of dollars a year. The 10 most corrupt states listed in the study, in order, are Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Alaska, South Dakota, Kentucky and Florida. The Justice Department defines public corruption as “crimes involving abuses of the public trust by government officials,” including crimes ranging from bribery, extortion and vote-buying to obstruction of justice, money laundering and fraud.

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    #17 Indeed, America, from a republic to a democracy, to socialism, to Agenda 21 globalization, to Bush’s New World Order under the United Nations control.

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    #20 The Art of War

    What is essential in war is victory, not prolonged operations

    WE HAVE HEARD OF STUPID HASTE IN WAR, (IRAN)

    CLEVERNESS HAS NEVER BEEN SEEN ASSOCIATED WITH LONG DELAYS. 

    THERE IS NO INSTANCE OF A COUNTRY HAVING BENEFITED FROM PROLONGED WARFARE.

    Now, when your weapons are dulled, your ardor damped, your strength exhausted and your treasure spent, other chieftains will spring up to take advantage of your extremity. Then no man, however wise, will be able to avert the consequences that must ensue.

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    #21 HOW THE DEMOCRATS DESTROYED DETROIT  March 3, 2013  DETROIT — where the population is 82.7 percent black, is a city on the brink of ruination. At the center of that ruination IS 50 YEARS OF DEMOCRAT RULE. Detroit’s downward spiral has been legendary. Once the fourth largest city in the nation, and home to its largest industry, Detroit’s population has been cut in half, from 1.5 million in 1970, to less than 700,000 in 2012. Median household income is $27,862 compared to the state median of $48,669. The poverty level is 36.2 percent compared to a statewide level of 15.7. The murder rate is 11 times that of New York City, and the unemployment rate is above 18 percent, more than double the national average.

    Jan 24, 2016 According to the letter, Kilpatrick said he knew about the issues with the Flint water system back in 2004, despite the city being with the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department until 2014.

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    #26 Trump should focus on what THE CLINTON’S HAVE ACTUALLY DONE FOR THE CLINTON’S IN 30 YEARS. THEIR RAGS TO RICHES STORY Clintons ‘dead broke’ after White House? Actually, they earned over … REVEALED: New Pay-For-Play Details Of Clinton Corruption » Alex …

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    #27

    Still Report #881 – How Trump Fixed the NYC Skating Rink – YouTube

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsP89haGyoI
    May 18, 2016 – Uploaded by Bill Still

    To become a Partner : www.billstill.com, then Click “Subscribe”. To make a one-time donation: http://bit.ly …

     

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    #28 GOP CANDIDATE OTHER THAN THE ESTABLISHMENT

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    #30 PLEASE USE YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR

    WE THE DEPLORABLE’S MUST HAVE A PRESIDENT THAT INCITES LAUGHTER

     


  • Elect Trump What have you got to lose?

    Lose Lying’ Hillary

    Lose the Benghazi liar

    Lose the pay to play Clinton Foundation

    Lose the creeping Crud in the U.S.A.

    Lose the best government money can buy

    Lose the rigged elections

    Lose the super pacts

    Lose the establishments career politicians

    Lose the politicians insider trading

    Lose the politico establishments nepotism

    Lose the politico establishments cronyism

    Lose Obama’s Justice Department

    Lose the FBI’s run and hide

    Lose the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

    Lose the global money control of BIS’s and ECC

    Lose the Global  too big to fail Federal Reserve

    Lose the rigged, lying partisan politico news media

    Lose the sanctuary cities

    Lose the open borders

    Lose the criminal  immigrants first

    Lose the revolving door

    Lose the press one for English

    Lose the lawless disorder

    Lose the illegal foreign immigrants invading our country

    Lose the ISIS radicalization in American prisons.

    Lose Shari law upheld in the American Judicial system

    Lose Appointed Judges

    Lose lying’ non-partisan candidates

    Lose the illegal immigrants that are stealing American jobs

    Lose the WRAP immigration program

    Lose the burkas

    Lose poverty in America

    Lose the homeless crisis in America

    Lose hunger in America

    Lose the long lines at community food banks

    Lose America’s crumbling infrastructure

    Lose corrupt establishment politicians

    Lose lead poisoned drinking water

    Lose the Criminal Catch and Release program

    Lose the alien killers, rapist

    Lose the cop Killers

    Lose the Mexican Cartel Heroin

    Lose the Mexican drug lords

    Lose the drug dealing Gangs

    Lose the horrific Mexican Heroin epidemic

    Lose the radical Islamic terrorists

    Lose the workplace beheading violence

    Lose the killing in gun free zones

    Lose the drive by killers

    Lose Obamacare

    Lose the $6000.00 Obamacare deductible

    Lose the greedy pharmaceutical  companies

    Lose the legally prescribed overdosing of opiate dependency

    Lose the drugging of American toddlers thru teens

    Lose the pills that kill in school shootings

    Lose Obama’s executive orders

    Lose Common core (indoctrination) education

    Lose the propaganda of non-traditional taught to American school kids

    Lose the bad trade deals

    Lose the establishment that plays while we pay

    Lose the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

    Lose the business killing rules and regulations

    Lose the taxes, tolls and fees

    Lose the working poor

    Lose the Endangered Species Act (ESA)

    Lose Global NGO sue and settle

    Lose America’s  slavery to the United Nations

    Lose the UN Hague decision

    Lose the taxpayer cash funding of terrorist country’s

    Lose the $20 Trillion Dollar National Debt

    Lose the liberals deep pockets credit cards

    Lose the UN Global Climate Change program

    Lose the taxpayers foreign aid program

    Lose the Veteran’s Abuse (VA) program

    Lose Obama’s  executive orders  Public land Grabs

    Lose Obama’s  monumental  landgrabbing  frenzy

    Lose the UNESCO control of American Public Land

    Lose the NGO Trusts that Grab Public land

    Lose the grants that fund Global NGO’S

    Lose the Agenda 21 Globalists agenda

    Lose the New World Order

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    I’m voting for Trump

    With Donald J. Trump as President of the United States Of America

    We the People shall NOT Lose our Constructional Rights

    We the People shall NOT Lose our second Amendment Right

    We the People shall NOT Lose our Declaration of Independence

    We the People shall NOT Lose our America’s sovereignty

    Behind our backs behind closed doors

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    With Donald J. Trump as President of the United States Of America

    We the people shall have a government of the people, by the people and for the people

    And, we the people shall have one nation under God with liberty and justice for all


  • The Failure of Foreign Aid 1946-2016

    The Continuing Failure of U.S. Foreign Aid 1946-2016

    Respond to Syria Crisis

    July 13, 2016 Highlights

    U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry announces nearly $439 million in new U.S. Government (USG) humanitarian funding for Syria and neighboring countries. Fact Sheet Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC

    THIS NEW FUNDING BRINGS U.S. HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE IN RESPONSE TO THIS CONFLICT TO MORE THAN $5.1 BILLION SINCE THE START OF THE CRISIS.

    SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY PLEDGED ABOUT $890 MILLION IN AID TO SYRIA AND NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES ON THURSDAY,

    A COMMITMENT THAT WILL MAINTAIN WASHINGTON’S POSITION AS THE SINGLE BIGGEST CONTRIBUTOR OF HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO THE FIVE-YEAR CIVIL WAR.

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    AUG 26, 2016, SO AFTER MORE THAN $5.1 BILLION IN U.S. TAXPAYERS DOLLARS FOR WASHINGTON DC’S CONTINUING POLICY FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO SYRIA,  SINCE THE START OF THE FIVE-YEAR CIVIL WAR.

    American foreign aid still suffers the same problems it did when Kennedy took office in 1961. Despite countless reforms, foreign aid is still a failure.

    The American people are witness to, and paying for the Continuing Failure of WASHINGTON DC’S Foreign Aid policy 1946-2016.

    AS TRUMP WOULD SAY ESTABLISHMENT POLITICIANS HAVE BEEN MAKING VERY BAD DEAL FOR AMERICA, FOR 70 YEARS.

    The bottom line….

    VOTE FOR DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN 2016.

    WHY?

    Because, You can always count on Americans to do the right thing – after they’ve tried everything else. Winston Churchill

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    Government Accountability Office 1982

    ID-82-36: Published: Jun 15, 1982. Publicly Released: Jun 15, 1982.

    Government Accountability Office 2016?

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    VOTE FOR TRUMP IN THE OVAL OFFICE FOR AN ACCOUNTABLE GOVERNMENT 2016

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    THE UNITED STATES REMAINS THE WORLD’S LARGEST BILATERAL DONOR OF ECONOMIC AND MILITARY ASSISTANCE.

    WHAT DID TRUMP SAY ABOUT NATO?

    U.S. Gives Financial Aid to 96% of All Countries – Forbe

    www.forbes.com/sites/othercomments/…/u-s-gives-financial-aid-to-96-of-all-countries/

    How much money is spent on foreign aid? U.S. Gives Financial Aid to 96% of All Countries.
    ACCORDING TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012, “THE UNITED STATES REMAINED THE WORLD’S LARGEST BILATERAL DONOR, OBLIGATING approximately $48.4 billion$31.2 billion in economic assistance and $17.2 billion in military assistance.”

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    REMEMBER… THIS IS AMERICAN TAXPAYERS MONEY, BILLIONS  AND BILLIONS, IN FACT TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS SPENT IN THE LAST 70 YEARS.

    WA DC DIPLOMATIC FOREIGN AID POLICY 1946-2016?

    IF THERE’S A GLOBAL PROBLEM?

    THROW AMERICAN TAXPAYERS MONEY AT IT.

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    The Continuing Failure of Foreign Aid | Cato Institute

    www.cato.org/publications/policy…/continuing-failure-foreignaid

    full text below

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    Why U.S. Foreign Aid Fails – National Center for Policy Analysis

    www.ncpa.org/sub/dpd/?Article_ID=23228

    National Center for Policy Analysis

    full text below

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    The following website is difficult to navigate.

    I’ll walk you through it.

    Click on the link below

    scroll down to the blue box

    countries that receive the most foreign aid,

    click on it.

    Now you are in starting with #25  countries that receive the most total foreign assistance from the U.S..

    The dollar amounts in the boxes are the cumulative total of foreign aid given to each country from 1946-2014. Dollar figures in the story are inflation-adjusted to 2014.

    FOR CLARIFICATION

    The cumulative total of foreign aid 1946-2014  given to Sudan $263,922,519

    #25 – Sudan

    In (by)  2014, Sudan received a total of $263,922,519 in foreign assistance from the U.S.

    That full amount in 2014 was in economic aid; the U.S. did not provide any military aid to Sudan in 2014.

    When you hover on the year on the graphs, you will find the amount of U.S. foreign aid given to Sudan during that year.

    For example in 2007 Sudan received U.S. economic aid in the amount of $860 million and an additional $413 million in military spending.

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    Countries That Receive the Most Foreign Aid From the U.S. | InsideGov

    usforeignaid.insidegov.com/stories/14502/countriesreceivemostforeignaid

    Jun 15, 2016 – InsideGov ranked the 25 countries that receive the most total foreign assistance from the U.S.. By Palmer Gibbs on June 15, 2016

    Using the most recent data available from USAID. the UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, InsideGov ranked the 25 countries that receive the most total foreign assistance from the U.S.

    The wide array of foreign policy positions and ideas indicate there are a lot of ways the United States can be involved on the international stage. With this in mind, Graphiq politics site InsideGov decided to examine which countries receive the most foreign aid from the U.S. Using the most recent data available from the United States Agency for International Development, InsideGov ranked the 25 countries that receive the most total foreign financial assistance (the cumulative total) from 1946-2016

    from the U.S., listing countries from smallest to largest total received.

    Foreign assistance includes loans, contracts and grants, but not debt forgiveness.

    THE DATA SOURCE CATEGORIZES ASSISTANCE AS EITHER ECONOMIC OR MILITARY, AND COVERS (the cumulative total) U.S. ASSISTANCE FROM 1946 TO 2014.

    Dollar figures in the story are inflation-adjusted to 2014.

    Source: USAIDAS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

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    The following study concludes with an analysis of why U.S. foreign aid has failed in the past and why it will most likely fail in the future.

    Military aid and security assistance is a different issue and is not examined here.

    The Continuing Failure of Foreign Aid | Cato Institute

    www.cato.org/publications/policy…/continuing-failure-foreignaid

    Cato Institute

    by J Bovard – ‎Cited by 40 – ‎Related articles

    For 40 years, U.S. foreign aid has been judged by its intentions, not its results. … American foreign aid still suffers the same problems it did when Kennedy took …

    Policy Analysis No. 65

    The Continuing Failure of Foreign Aid 1946-2016

    By James Bovard

    January 31, 1986

    Executive Summary

    For 40 years, U.S. foreign aid has been judged by its intentions, not its results. Foreign aid programs have been perpetuated and expanded not because they have succeeded, but because giving foreign aid still seems like a good idea. But foreign aid has rarely done anything that countries could not have done for themselves. And it has often encouraged the recipient governments’ worst tendencies—helping to underwrite programs and policies that have starved thousands of people and derailed struggling economies.

    In agriculture, in economic planning, in food assistance, U.S. foreign aid has routinely failed to benefit the foreign poor. In Africa, Asia, and Latin America, the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) has dotted the countryside with “white elephants”: idle cement plants, near-empty convention centers, abandoned roads, and—perhaps the biggest white elephant of them all—a growing phalanx of corrupt, meddling, and overpaid bureaucrats.

    Since 1946, the United States has given over $146 billion in humanitarian assistance to foreign countries. In 1985, the United States provided over $10 billion in non-military aid abroad, ranging from free food to balance-of-payments support to project-assistance and population-planning programs. AID employs over 4,500 employees to administer these programs, many of which have expanded rapidly under the Reagan administration.

    Americans have a long tradition of generously aiding the victims of foreign earthquakes, famines, and wars. Before World War II, private citizens provided almost all of America’s foreign assistance. After World War II, the Truman administration decided that a larger, more centralized effort was necessary to revitalize the war-torn economies of Europe. Economic planning was the rage in Washington in the late 1940s, and Marshall Plan administrators exported their new-found panacea. The Marshall Plan poured over $13 billion into Europe and coincided with an economic revival across the continent. The best analysis indicates that Europe would have recovered regardless of U.S. aid, and that the clearest effect of the Marshall Plan was to increase the recipient governments’ control of their economies.[1]

    The apparent success of the Marshall Plan led Truman in 1949 to propose his Point Four Program to provide a smaller version of the Marshall Plan for poor countries in Africa, Asia, and Central and South America. Truman declared that Point Four would be “a bold new program for making the benefits of our scientific advances and industrial progress available for the improvement and growth of undeveloped areas.”[2]

    In the 1950s, the Eisenhower administration downplayed humanitarian aid, concentrating on security assistance to strategic allies. In 1954, Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey pushed the Food For Peace program through Congress, but that was the largest innovation in economic assistance during the decade. When John F. Kennedy took the helm in 1961, the stage was set for a huge expansion of foreign aid. In a special message to Congress, Kennedy called for “a dramatic turning point in the troubled history of foreign aid” and proclaimed that the sixties would be the “decade of development”—“the period when many less- developed nations make the transition into self-sustaining growth.” Kennedy placed heavy stress on the willingness of recipient governments “to undertake necessary internal reform and self-help.”[3] In 1961, AID was created, and the U.S. foreign aid bureaucracy came into its own.

    Despite Kennedy’s stress on requiring reforms from recipient governments, foreign aid routinely went to countries pursuing policies destined to turn them into permanent economic cripples. Partly as a result of a widespread perception that such aid was usually wasted, it consistently ranked as one of the least popular government programs with the American public.[4]

    From the mid-sixties to the early seventies, South Vietnam received the bulk of U.S. economic aid. In 1973, Congress, concerned about the ineffectiveness of U.S. aid, heavily revised aid-program goals to focus more on social services and less on economic development.

    When Ronald Reagan took office in 1981, many observers expected a thorough reform of U.S. foreign aid. Reagan declared in a major speech before the annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, “Unless a nation puts its own financial and economic house in order, no amount of aid will produce progress.”[5] Since then, despite Reagan’s tough rhetoric on requiring reform from recipient governments, little has changed. American foreign aid still suffers the same problems it did when Kennedy took office in 1961. Despite countless reforms, foreign aid is still a failure.

    Instead of breaking the “endless cycle of poverty,” foreign aid has become the opiate of the Third World. AID and other donors have encouraged Third World governments to rely on handouts instead of on themselves for development. No matter how irresponsible, corrupt, or oppressive a Third World government may be, there is always some Western government or international agency anxious to supply it with a few more million dollars. By subsidizing political irresponsibility and pernicious policies, foreign aid ill serves the world’s poor.

    American foreign aid has often harmed the Third World poor. In Indonesia, the government confiscated subsistence farmers’ meager plots for AID-financed irrigation canals. In Mali, farmers were forced to sell their crops at giveaway prices to a joint project of AID and the Mali government. In Egypt, Haiti, and elsewhere, farmers have seen the prices for their own crops nose-dive when U.S. free food has been given to their countries.

    AID cannot be blamed for all the mistakes made in the projects it bankrolls. However, by providing a seemingly endless credit line to governments regardless of their policies, AID effectively discourages governments from learning from and correcting their mistakes. Giving some Third World governments perpetual assistance is about as humanitarian as giving an alcoholic the key to a brewery. Good intentions are no excuse for helping to underwrite an individual’s—or a country’s— self-destruction.

    Foreign aid programs appear to be incorrigible. For 35 years, American foreign aid policymakers seem to have learned nothing and forgotten nothing. U.S. foreign aid projects routinely repeat the same mistakes today that were committed decades ago. One telltale ironic report title from the General Accounting Office says it all: “Experience—A Potential Tool for Improving U.S. Assistance Abroad.”[6]

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    Experience: A Potential Tool for Improving US Assistance Abroad

    www.gao.gov/products/ID-82-36
    Government Accountability Office

    GAO examined how the Agency for International Development (AID) identifies, records, and uses the knowledge and experience gained from development …

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    This study focuses on the failure of U.S. humanitarian aid to achieve its goals. It begins with a close examination of one of the most popular foreign aid programs, Food for Peace. Then comes a review of AID’s record in resurrecting the economies of Central America, followed by an analysis of AID’s role in African agricultural development. AID’s achievements in Egypt and Indonesia are then reviewed, followed by an analysis of AID’s role in spurring the development of private business and capitalism in poor countries. The study concludes with an analysis of why U.S. foreign aid has failed in the past and why it will most likely fail in the future. Military aid and security assistance is a different issue and is not examined here.

    Read the Full Policy Analysis PDF (66.68 KB)

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    Why U.S. Foreign Aid Fails – National Center for Policy Analysis

    www.ncpa.org/sub/dpd/?Article_ID=23228

    National Center for Policy Analysis

    May 31, 2013 – State-provided foreign aid creates the incentive for already … For upwards of 50 years the U.S. federal government has been sending developmental aid to other countries … Browse more articles on Tax and Spending Issues …

    Why U.S. Foreign Aid Fails

    May 31, 2013

    For upwards of 50 years the U.S. federal government has been sending developmental aid to other countries trying to create vibrant economies. Yet, there have been no recorded monumental successes with the use of developmental aid. Based on the high standard of living enjoyed in the United States, you might think that the U.S. government would know how to replicate that standard of living, but they don’t, says Christopher Coyne, F. A. Harper professor of economics at the Mercatus Center.

    In the minds of many first world leaders, development of impoverished nations does not come from going through the same long process first world countries did. Instead, it contains a top-down approach that promises great things like ending poverty. However, there are multiple reasons why state-provided aid cannot bring nations out of poverty:

    • Policymakers do not have access to the knowledge needed to allocate scarce resources to their best uses. In his critique of socialism in the 1930s and 1940s, Nobel Laureate Friedrich Hayek made this exact point, noting that even the most qualified and benevolent planners lack the knowledge to produce even the most basic items in a cost-effective manner.
    • Aid creates the incentive for already dysfunctional governments to remain ineffective. A cross-country study by Stephen Knack of the World Bank found that foreign aid undermines the quality of political institutions in recipient countries through weakened accountability of political actors, more corruption, greater chances of conflict, and a weakening of the incentive to reform inefficient institutions and policies.
    • Government agencies tend to focus on spending money as quickly as possible on observable outputs to signal their importance and the need for more money. In the absence of clear lines of accountability, money is often wasted.

    The current operations of aid to foreign countries fail because there is not enough supervision as to where the funds go, or how the funds are spent specifically. The real solution to these problems is the guarantee of person liberty and property for citizens in those impoverished nation. Human nature will do the rest.

    Source: Christopher Coyne, “Why Government Aid Programs Aren’t the Best Way to End Poverty,” Mercatus Center, May 21, 2013.

    – See more at: http://www.ncpa.org/sub/dpd/?Article_ID=23228#sthash.B7ixm8qU.dpuf

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    Why U.S. Foreign Aid Fails  May 31, 2013

    Government Accountability Office 1982

    ID-82-36: Published: Jun 15, 1982. Publicly Released: Jun 15, 1982.

    Experience: A Potential Tool for Improving US Assistance Abroad

    www.gao.gov/products/ID-82-36

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    American foreign aid still suffers the same problems it did when Kennedy took office in 1961. Despite countless reforms, foreign aid is still a failure.

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    INDEED U.S. FOREIGN AID HAS FAILED IN SYRIA AUG 26, 2016

    AFTER MORE THAN $5.1 BILLION IN U.S. TAXPAYERS DOLLARS FOR WASHINGTON DC’S CONTINUING DIPLOMATIC POLICY FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE TO SYRIA, OVER A BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR, SINCE THE START OF THE FIVE-YEAR CIVIL WAR.

    The American people are witness to, and paying for the Continuing Failure of WASHINGTON DC’S Foreign Aid policy 1946-2016.

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