Who stands to profit from a war between the USA and Iran?

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I don't believe in coincidences. I think this conflict with Iran has been planned for a long time and it's not a coincidence that it starts the very same moment the war with Syria is over. It seems that someone is profiting from maintaining the USA in state of constant war.

Remember when General Wesley Clark said this, in 2007?

"We’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran."

General Wesley Clark is a former four-star general. He served as Supreme Allied Commander of NATO during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia.


You still believe it's all a coincidence?

During the first week in January, U.S. President Donald Trump took to Twitter to brag about how the U.S. government recently spent two trillion dollars on military equipment alone.

Source: New Study: US Gov’t Spent $6.4 Trillion on Military Actions in Over 80 Countries Since 9/11

$6.4 Trillion Dollars spent by the US Government in the last couple of decades.

Who stands to gain from these obscene wars? Who is making huge profits on the blood of innocents? Who are the vultures feeding off the dead corpses of civilians in the Muslims countries and US Soldiers?

Is it the US Government? No. They only bleed money.
Is it the EU? No, they are sick of these wars because there is a limit for the number of Middle Eastern refugees they can accept.
Is it the Middle East Governments? No. Their countries are destroyed beyond any recognition.


Let's follow the money and look at who are the only ones making money with these genocidal wars.

1. Lockheed Martin Corp.

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $44.9 billion
• Total sales: $51.0 billion
Profit: $2.0 billion
• Employees: 105,000

2. Boeing

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $26.9 billion
• Total sales: $93.4 billion
Profit: $8.2 billion
• Employees: 153,000

3. Raytheon

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $23.9 billion
• Total sales: $25.3 billion
Profit: $2.0 billion
• Employees: 67,000

4. BAE Systems

• Country: United Kingdom
• Arms sales: $22.9 billion
• Total sales: $23.5 billion
Profit: $1.1 billion
• Employees: 83,200

5. Northrop Grumman Corp.

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $22.4 billion
• Total sales: $25.8 billion
Profit: $2.0 billion
• Employees: 85,000

6. General Dynamics Corp.

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $19.5 billion
• Total sales: $31.0 billion
Profit: $2.9 billion
• Employees: 105,600

7. Airbus Group

• Country: Trans-European
• Arms sales: $11.3 billion
• Total sales: $75.2 billion
Profit: $3.3 billion
• Employees: 133,671

8. Thales

• Country: France
• Arms sales: $9.0 billion
• Total sales: $17.8 billion
Profit: $931.1 million
• Employees: 65,000

9. Leonardo

• Country: Italy
• Arms sales: $8.9 billion
• Total sales: $13.0 billion
Profit: $310.3 million
• Employees: 45,134

10. Almaz-Antey

• Country: Russia
• Arms sales: $8.6 billion
• Total sales: $9.1 billion
Profit: $422.6 million
• Employees: 129,000

11. United Technologies Corp.

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $7.8 billion
• Total sales: $59.8 billion
Profit: $4.9 billion
• Employees: 240,000

12. L-3 Technologies

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $7.8 billion
• Total sales: $9.8 billion
Profit: $693.0 million
• Employees: 31,000

13. Huntington Ingalls Industries

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $6.5 billion
• Total sales: $7.4 billion
Profit: $479.0 million
• Employees: 38,000

14. United Aircraft Corp.

• Country: Russia
• Arms sales: $6.4 billion
• Total sales: $7.7 billion
Profit: $325.3 million
• Employees: 98,000

15. United Shipbuilding Corp.

• Country: Russia
• Arms sales: $5.0 billion
• Total sales: $5.6 billion
Profit: $101.0 million
• Employees: 80,000

16. Honeywell International

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $4.5 billion
• Total sales: $40.5 billion
Profit: $1.7 billion
• Employees: 114,000

17. Rolls-Royce

• Country: United Kingdom
• Arms sales: $4.4 billion
• Total sales: $19.3 billion
Profit: $5.3 billion
• Employees: 50,000

18. Leidos

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $4.4 billion
• Total sales: $10.2 billion
Profit: $242.0 million
• Employees: 31,000

19. Naval Group

• Country: France
• Arms sales: $4.1 billion
• Total sales: $4.2 billion
Profit: $36.5 million
• Employees: 13,429

20. Textron

• Country: United States
• Arms sales: $4.1 billion
• Total sales: $14.2 billion
Profit: $1.2 billion
• Employees: 35,000

Source: Military spending: 20 companies profiting the most from war

Do you understand it now?

It's not the US government who is profiting nor any other individual government. It's always these big private corporations who are feeding from the corpses and the blood of innocent people.

So, if you are against war and you work for any of these companies, look yourself into the mirror every morning and ask: "Is it worth it to make a living from the misery of others?"

If the answer is yes, you're not against war, you're a pro-war individual.
If the answer is no, then quit your job today and search for a more humane company to work in, for the sake of all humanity.

No more war. No more genocide. It's time for peace. And we can't have peace on Earth it as long as these corporations of vultures are making rivers of money on genocide.

I finish this post by sharing the most important Anti-War Speech I've ever listened to.

Dahlia Wasfi: "No Justice No Peace"

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So much money spent on war. No wonder this world is such a disgrace. Imagine if all of that was spent to make people's lives better?