RUSSIA's SELLING OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT GLOBALLY:

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RUSSIA's SELLING OF MILITARY EQUIPMENT GLOBALLY:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Jul 14, 2017 4:11 am

07.14.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

THE WAR POWERS ACT, THE POWER OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES TO MAKE WAR,
IS THE MOST POWERFUL CONTROLLING FACTOR AND FORCE OVER "We the People..." ALSO,
THE MOST LUCRATIVE.

THERE IS NO PROFIT IN PEACE.

RUSSIA SOLD MILITARY EQUIPMENT TO 70 COUNTRIES IN 2015.

HOW MANY COUNTRIES DID THE U.S. SELL MILITARY EQUIPMENT TO IN 2015 ?

RUSSIA SOLD MILITARY EQUIPMENT TO 96 COUNTRIES SINCE "THE END OF THE COLD WAR."

HOW MANY COUNTRIES HAS THE U.S. SOLD MILITARY EQUIPMENT TO SINCE "THE END OF THE
COLD WAR ?"

OH, DID THE COLD WAR REALLY END ? I NEVER READ THAT FAKE-LYING REPORT.

THERE HAS TO BE ENOUGH WEAPONS IN EXISTENCE TO BLOW THE PLANET EARTH UP 100+
TIMES OVER ?

WHO WINS ? THE COUNTRY WHO LAUNCHED THE FIRST WEAPONS ?

REMEMBER WHEN BUSH 1 AND 2 BOTH MET WITH VLADIMIR PUTIN OVER 10 YEARS AGO.
I SUGGESTED THEN THAT THEY WERE "AGREEING TO, AND OUTLINING, THE COLD WAR
FOR THE NEXT 50 YEARS." (07.14.2017, BB).

RUSSIA's BIG BUSINESS OF SELLING MILITARY EQUIPMENT GLOBALLY:

POPULATING AND PROPAGATING THE CHESS BOARD FOR MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS
AND INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITIES:

Here's how many countries buy military equipment from Russia
Daniel Brown:

T-72B1 Russian tank Russian Defense Ministry:

In late June, the Defense Intelligence Agency released a lengthy unclassified report on the Russian military for the first
time since 1991, and it contained an interesting detail about Russian military-hardware exports.

Rosoboronexport, the Russian state-owned military company accounting for about 85% of all exports, alone sold military
equipment to about 70 countries in 2015, the DIA report said.

Fifteen smaller companies make up for the other 15% of exports, which totals about $2 billion a year, the DIA report said.
This means that the actual number of countries that bought military equipment from Russia in 2015 could easily be more
than 70, DIA spokesman Navy Cmdr. William Marks told Business Insider.

Moscow also said last year that it sold $14.5 billion in military equipment overseas in 2015, the DIA report said.

The information in their report was gathered in a number of ways, including human intelligence, satellite imagery, and
public information, among others, Marks said.

The report does not list the specific countries purchasing such equipment from Russia because that information is
classified, Marks said.

From 2012 to 2016, Russia sold weapons to 50 different states, as well as rebel forces in Ukraine, and Moscow remains
the second-biggest arms exporter in the world — behind the US.

Russian S-400:

Russian S-400 Triumph medium- and long-range surface-to-air missile systems in the Victory Day parade, marking the
71st anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two, in Moscow, May 9, 2016. Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters

The DIA report, however, has been criticized by some for being too hawkish, just like previous DIA reports on the Soviet
Union.

Sim Tack, an analyst at Stratfor, told Business Insider that previous DIA reports had been attacked for trying to influence
policy, and, "the number of countries buying those kind of spare parts or peripherals [from Russia] could easily be that
high" because "Russia has sold military equipment to 96 different countries" since the end of the Cold War.

Marks told Business Insider that "we absolutely do not try to influence policy," and that DIA intelligence assessments are
based on strict standards to which the larger intelligence community also adheres.

While Tack said he didn't find anything in the report that seemed misleading, he added that he thought "the discussion
about it being a hawkish report is more about the question of 'why do we need to publish a report about the Russian
capabilities' and 'and why now?'"

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely
yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts,
or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK
Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
Bruce Patrick Brychek
 
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