TERRORISM WAR PROFITS ARE GREAT, AND GROWING.

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TERRORISM WAR PROFITS ARE GREAT, AND GROWING.

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Thu Jun 15, 2017 3:23 am

06.15.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

TERRORISM WAR PROFITS ARE GREAT, AND GROWING FOR THE US MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS.

TERRORISM IS A GREAT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING TOOL FOR THE US MILITARY INDUSTRIAL
CORPORATIONS.

THERE IS NO PROFIT IN PEACE. NEVER FORGET THAT.

BOEING COMPANY RECENTLY COMPLETED A DEAL TO SELL AND DELIVER UP TO 72 F-15QA FIGHTER JETS TO
QATAR FOR $ 12 BILLION DOLLARS.

THE DEAL WAS COMPLETED DESPITE QATAR BEING CRITICIZED RECENTLY BY US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP
FOR SUPPORTING TERRORISM.

LOOKS LIKE BOEING CORPORATION'S DECISIONS TRUMP PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP. (PUN INTENDED).

US DEFENSE SECRETARY JIM MATTIS, WHO RECENTLY STATED THAT AFTER 16 YEARS AND OVER $ 200 BILLION
AMERICAN TAX PAYER'S DOLLARS SPENT ON THE AFGHANISTAN WAR ON TERRORISM, IT IS AT BEST A STALEMATE,
WHILE OTHERS ADMIT THAT WE ARE CLEARLY LOSING.

WHERE DO THE 2,200+ AMERICANS KILLED, AND THE THOUSANDS INJURED AND MAIMED IN AFGHANISTAN OVER
THAT 16 YEAR STALEMATED TO LOSING WAR, FIGURE INTO THE EQUATION TODAY ? (06.15.2017, BB).


QATAR SIGN $ 12 BILLION DOLLAR DEAL TO BUY UP TO 72 F-15QA JETS FROM US - BOEING CO.
Reuters
Ankit Ajmera, Mike Stone, Reuters

An F-15K Slam Eagle from the South Korean air force approaches a US Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker from
Kadena Air Base, Japan, for mid-air refueling. US Air Force Photo (Reuters) - Qatar's Ministry of Defense said
on Wednesday the country signed a deal to buy F-15 fighter jets from the United States for $12 billion.

The deal was completed despite the Gulf country being criticized recently by US President Donald Trump for
supporting terrorism.

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and representatives from Qatar were set to meet Wednesday to seal the
agreement, a source familiar with the deal told Reuters. Bloomberg News reported the deal was for 36 jets.

In November, the United States approved possible sale of up to 72 F-15QA aircraft to Qatar for $21.1 billion.
Boeing Co is the prime contractor on the fighter jet sale to the Middle East nation.

Boeing declined to comment.

Trump on Friday accused Qatar of being a "high-level" sponsor of terrorism, potentially hindering the US
Department of State's efforts to ease heightening tensions and a blockade of the Gulf nation by Arab states
and others.

(Reporting by Ankit Ajmera in Bengaluru and Mike Stone in Washington; Editing by Chris Sanders and Lisa
Shumaker)

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Respectfully,
BB.
Bruce Patrick Brychek
 
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