Hillary Clinton is generally acknowledged to be the candidate of the Military Industrial Complex
She supports a HUGE US military spend the continuation of massive NATO spends Military aid to countries like Israel Egypt etc
She also supports a US military intervention in Syria which will almost certainly put it in direct conflict with Russia
All this means massive military spends This tweet puts things in perspective
Hillary Clinton is the candidate selected to SEE THAT THIS SPENDING CONTINUES AND MAYBE EVEN GROWS
She seems to have been preselected by the Rothschilds as this Wikileaks email suggests
The problem for Hillary and her backers is that the US is the sole superpower and (with the exception if Russia) no nations military can match it Which leads many to correctly ask the question Against which threat are those 640 billion dollars being spent??
Trump wants to cut military spending reduce NATO commitments (and naturally spending) He also wants to trim the multiple US Military bases all over the world
All this will reduce US military spending ……bringing it down from its 640 billion dollar annual budget
But Donald Trump is not some selfless super patriotic Knight in shining Armour who will make America Great Again
He too represents a large and important business group which set its sights on the massive investments needed in Americas Infrastructure
Heres an old New York Times article titled Cities Debate Privatizing Public Infrastructure
QUOTE Reeling from more exotic investments that imploded during the credit crisis, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, the Carlyle Group, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse are among the investors who have amassed an estimated $250 billion war chest — much of it raised in the last two years — to finance a tidal wave of infrastructure projects in the United States and overseas.
Their strategy is gaining steam in the United States as federal, state and local governments previously wary of private funds struggle under mounting deficits that have curbed their ability to improve crumbling roads, bridges and even airports with taxpayer money.
Until recently, the use of private funds to build and manage large-scale American infrastructure assets was slow to take root. States and towns could raise taxes and user fees or turn to the municipal bond market.
“There’s a huge opportunity that the U.S. public sector is in danger of losing,” says Markus J. Pressdee, head of infrastructure investment banking at Credit Suisse. “It thinks there is a boatload of capital and when it is politically convenient it will be able to take advantage of it.END QUOTE
Donald Trump with his war cry MAGA Make America Great Again is the Private Equity in Public Infrastructures Mascot In fact MAGA is tailor made make it politically convenient to invest big time into US infrastructure
Here are the highlights of the Trump plan
QUOTE Interestingly enough, the plan does not call for tax increases to finance the projects.A tax credit would be offered to private companies in order to finance projects, while the companies would also have to take equity investments in the projects. According to Yahoo Finance, $167 billion of the $1 trillion investment would be equity investment while the rest would be debt raised by private partners.
Additionally, all projects built under the plan would be required to generate cash flow, like toll roads or airports that produce tax revenue instead of free parks or non-toll highways. Then, the equity investment partners would also take the revenue, essentially privatizing much of the new infrastructure and making riskier investments more palatable. END QUOTE
But heres the problem THE MILITARY WAR GROWTH MODEL AND THE INFRASTRUCTURE GROWTH CANNOT COEXIST IN ANY ECONOMY
THERE ARE JEWS SUPPORTING BOTH BUSINESS PLANS
So essentially these two eminently unqualified ego-maniacal psychopathic and in Trumps case not too bright individuals are just SHILLS FOR TWO DIFFERENT “GROWTH MODELS” FOR AMERICA NONE OF WHICH BENEFIT THE COMMON AMERICAN