“Who benefit’s . . .“ or “Who does receive the value?”
This is the first and most important questioned rumored to be asked in the famous Roman justice system. By reviewing this simple question, much in life can
be understood and revealed.
The answer to this question is both simple and complex.
First and foremost, the lenders of the money.
If you follow the money, it begins with the private central bank who very willingly printed the money, out of thin air, to lend to the mighty Republic to
go to war for decades in both cases spending trillions.
This fiat money is then converted into real money as it goes into use, and is then repaid, with interest, to the private owners of the central bank, by
forcibly taking it from the civilians mainly in the form of confiscated wages.
The initial fiat money is passed directly to the makers of the weapons and munitions often termed the “military industrial complex.” These weapon makers
are often companies owned by those who own the Central Bank or are closely associated with the international banking world. So in a brilliant move, by
going to war, they were able to legally counterfeit money straight into their own pockets.
Of course the tiniest fraction of the money goes to the actual boots on the ground, but that money is such a small percentage in the grand scheme it really
does not count.
A kickback, in the way of lobbying and other pathways, is given to the politicians who promote the prolonged war, but again, this is a small fraction.
Beyond the immediate money from the cost of the war is the money made from the drugs.
The middle man, who gets the drugs from Afghanistan to its destination is a definite benefiter of the war.
The banks who launder and invest the money from the drugs benefit greatly, as fractional reserve lending is extremely lucrative.
Once the drugs are in the country, the organized crime and police who get the kickbacks benefit much more in the aggregate than the troops or politicians.
In the case of Iraq, too much oil was being produced. Saddam Hussein was not playing ball with the oil cartel and was hurting their profits and control
over supply on the international market. For years, Saddam overproduced pushing down the cost of oil and making him the greatest benefiter of oil as
cartels rarely work without the force to enforce them. When Iraq was conquered and occupied, the oil production was decreased and was made to be in line
with the cartel. This allowed for a restriction of supply and a massive increase in the cost to consumers and benefit to the cartel. Inadvertently or
naturally, this increase in prices greatly benefited the domestic oil companies.
Finally, the owners of the private prisons greatly benefit. As the massive increase in drug use leads to a much larger police apparatus and many more
prison sentence convictions and sentences.
So in review, Central Banks, Investment Banks, National Banks, Politicians, Weapons Makers, Organized Criminals, Oil Cartel, Domestic Oil Companies, and
the entire Justice System including cops, lawyers, judges and especially private prison owners are the main and almost sole benefiters of undeclared and
indefinite or prolonged war.
The greatest victims . . . the children.