I think this is the single biggest military spending bill in human history.
But to be fair, we’ve never had a greater need to destroy Russia and China.
They are threatening the values of our democracy. And our values of democracy is who we are.
Note: Both “Values of Democracy” and “Who We Are” mean “men ramming their penises into the anuses of young boys and ejaculating into their rectums” and “trillions of immigrants from Somalia and everywhere else.” It’s what your grandfather fought for in World War II.
US President Joe Biden has signed into law a $768 billion defense package. It represents an overall increase in military spending and includes $300 million to be set aside for security initiatives related to Moscow and Beijing.
Biden signed the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Monday, marking a $25 billion increase on his original proposal and authorizing a 5% boost in US military spending from 2021.
The vast spending package includes $300 million for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative, which, according to supporters in the Senate, will be used to train and equip Ukrainian forces to defend against alleged “Russian aggression.” Another $150 million was earmarked for “Baltic security cooperation” – another project aimed at deterring Moscow – while a larger sum of $4 billion will be spent on the European Defense Initiative, which is intended to bolster Washington’s NATO allies.
The aid package to Ukraine comes as Washington and several other Western nations accuse Russia of amassing forces along its border with Ukraine. At the weekend, US Vice President Kamala Harris threatened “sanctions like you’ve not seen before,” should Russia make a move against its neighbor.
When asked why Ukrainian border security was so important to America, Harris said this:
Though Moscow insists it has no interest in an invasion, it has warned against further NATO expansion into Eastern Europe, deeming the issue a matter of “life and death” for Russia. It also denounced Western involvement in Ukraine, where the US supported the 2014 ‘Euromaidan’ coup.
In line with the Biden administration’s growing military focus on China, the new NDAA also includes a $7.4 billion allocation to the Pacific Deterrence Initiative and a statement of support for the defense of Taiwan, which Beijing considers part of its own territory. The bill also prohibited the US military from purchasing wares from China’s Xinjiang region, citing allegations of forced labor there.
Most Americans do not understand the threats posed by Russia and China.
But they need to understand only this: we have to protect our democracy, at any cost, because that is who we are.
Imagine what the Russians and Chinese must be thinking, looking at this insane push for a world war, while they’re just trying to chill.