US Reconstruction of Afghanistan Most Expensive in US History -

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Vatic Note:  I find it interesting to watch fascism in action.  Here, our government, taken over by the zionist bankers who own the corporations, have raped and pillaged the US Taxpayers in the name of Afghanistan, and it was those same corporations, just like in Iraq, that got the contracts, and I bet they were "NO BID" contracts too.  That is "FASCISM" at its finest.  The bureaucracy gains control of a government through "communism" and then converts it into fascism with a communism cover.  Clever indeed.  Psychopathic, yes!!  Totally brilliant Satanic evil without restraint.

Given the credentials of this inspector general, maybe we, the people, should hire him and put him to work doing the same thing to our leaders and report back to us how they are doing and to point out all the corruption he may well have found.  This kind of money that we are spending is proof of the fascist nature of all of these wars.   He might even have identified any occupying foreign influence on our public policy.  That would have been nice.

All of this is to rape and pillage, not only the country being occupied, (Afghanistan) but also the currently occupied nations (USA, Germany, France, and Britain) using their taxpayer money to pay for the upgrade of the nation to better serve banker and corporate interests, most of whom are owned by the bankers.  This so reminds me of the TARP Bill, scam that we tolerated and allowed. 

Its fascism at its finest and the surprise is who the fascists really are.    If we had been told the truth about the Nazi Party, (Na = National Socialists of Germany (funded by the bankers) and , ZI = International Zionism), we might have been able to spot the true culprits attacking our nation and occupying it, early on and thus prevent all the damage that has been done so far.

To stop the damage now, would require taking complete control of our currency and credit away from the Federal Reserve and handing it over to the US Treasury, and backing our currency with Gold and Silver, with no interest on debt.

Then going in and doing the same thing for Afghanistan and the hold real elections with real candidates selected by the people and not the occupying zionist bankers. Iceland did it and they are now in recovery.   Its time we all woke up and made these changes. 

US Reconstruction of Afghanistan Most Expensive in US History -

WASHINGTON- Washington's Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction said the U.S. has provided more than $104 billion to rebuild Afghanistan -- more money than the United States has spent on reconstruction for any one country in history.

But John Sopko said despite the massive investment, corruption and the narcotics trade are flourishing, and Afghanistan is unable to pay for and maintain projects the U.S. has started.

"The bottom line," Sopko said Friday in remarks at Georgetown University, "it appears we've created a government that the Afghans simply cannot afford."
The US and international donors fund more than 60 percent of Afghanistan's national budget.

Even as the deadline for withdrawing all international combat troops from the country nears, Congress has appropriated $16 billion in additional reconstruction money.

Sopko said the United States so far has failed to effectively deal with corruption in Afghanistan. He added the gap that is "astonishing" given that Afghanistan is one of the most corrupt countries in the world and the US is spending billions of dollars there.

He was equally critical of Washington's failed $7.- billion effort to fight the opium industry. Without an effective counter-narcotics strategy and Afghan political will, Sopko warned, the country could become a narco-criminal state.

Sopko said it is critical to have strong oversight of US spending in Afghanistan, but noted that with the military drawdown, working toward more accountability in an increasingly dangerous environment would be a real challenge.

Sopko, a former prosecutor, was appointed to the post of Inspector General in 2012, and is renowned in Washington for his tough stance on corruption and government inefficiency.

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