i hear people talking on talk shows how we can't let them do this or that. why not? if we just turned our back on them, i promise you someone else will do something about it. and honestly who cares if russia or iran wants to waste their money and lives on it. lets use our resources on making our selected better. share any of your thought.
Most Helpful Girl
We should. I'm tried of us getting blamed for everything that goes wrong in the world, and no praise for anything that goes right. People only remember the bad things, not any of the good, so what's the point? Being a "leader" internationally is a thankless job. Might as well focus on ourselves and let the Middle East and their conflicts tear themselves apart for all we care.0
Most Helpful Guy
It's really somewhat amusing for me to see when Americans genuinely don't understand why US fucks up Middle East constantly.
Because US needs to spark a war massive enough to prevent going bankrupt due to national debt that is already 19 trillions (not billions or millions). The stakes are so high, they are ready to sacrifice anything (inc. their own citizens; sudden leak of coverage of Saudi Arabia's (US closest ally in Middle East) ties to 9/11, anyone? No? Nobody's interested?)
By fucking up Middle East, US accomplishes a few objectives:
1.) Allows Saudis to expand their influence, which they share with US, inc. cheap oil and whatnot.
2.) Advances fanatics (moslem terrorists) closer to Russia and China.
3.) Floods Europe with "refugees" that are mostly moslem males under the age of 30, which obviously creates heavy movement of far-right within locals that aren't happy about being invaded by moslem barbarians.
How's the war going to help US? Simple:
1.) Elimination of competitors, collapse of European/Asian stock market and other business disasters in Europe/Asia. What kind of business can operate in a war-torn region? What if that "region" are 2 continents? Who's going to compete with US then? Canada and Australia?
2.) Rich fleeing to a safe harbor, along with their money. US sure knows how to attract them.
3.) Military might. So far NATO is mostly funded by US and majority of weaponry is provided by the US (heck, whole NATO is basically US and a bunch of cocksucker countries), however, should war within Europe spark, US can suddenly be like "well, you gotta pay if you want to use our shit". The price can go up to eleven.
It's pretty much that simple.1