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RottenRobbie Post time: 2016-11-22 07:56
U.S. Defense budget spending are called 'Mandatory Spending'; that means no body could veto or stop ...
Well, since you are talking about mandatory spending; Germany & Japan - thy former enemies, two trouble makers that freed the whole wide world from centuries-long Western Colonialism after fighting their way through WWII, and that's exactly why the Anglo West have spent fortunes and stationed their two largest overseas military bases (out of over a hundred overseas military bases) in Japan & Germany, mainly to keep them in-check, in other words, to keep them down.
Here in America, it is a common knowledge, especially among rank & file, that the main primary mission of U.S. forces in Europe, in the form of NATO which stationed mostly in Germany is,
- to put (the former enemy/trouble maker) German down,
- to keep Russia out,
- and to keep U.S. in Europe.
The same is true for the U.S. forces in Asia, that stationed in Japan (and South Korea) is,
- to put (the former enemy/trouble maker) Japan down,
- to keep China out,
- and to keep U.S. in Asia.
Carrot & Stick,Bunny & Bully: What happen to bunnies if the bullies carry big sticks, and get to hold of almost all the carrots around? That's our world, now and then.