Tax dollars at War: Constructing a better world?

US radio host Dennis Bernstein and investigative reporter Dave Lindorff
illustrate just how much US tax money goes towards the country’s war chest.

“People have to realise that 53 cents of every dollar that they are paying into taxes is going to the military. It’s an astonishing figure. There is an enormous, enormous amount of money being blown on war, killing and destruction.”

 

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One thought on “Tax dollars at War: Constructing a better world?

  1. Reblogged this on and commented:
    War cost money but its a gamble if you win, you win big.The dice have been thrown and we await the out come.Who will be the winners and who will be losers?

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