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The Military Industrial Complex Makes $10 MILLION Per Day ‘Fighting ISIS’

21st Century Wire says…

The cash just keeps on flowing into the pockets of those who created the problem in the first place. It’s almost like they planned it all out this way.

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The Pentagon is blowing, on average, $9.9 million per day in its fight against ISIS, or around $6,785 per minute. So, almost $4 billion since the operations began a year ago.

The Pentagon claims it has destroyed over 10,000 strategic targets, meaning it costs around $400,000 per successful hit.

Despite this, Syria is still infested with the plague of ISIS and strategic cities in Iraq such as Ramadi and Mosul remain under terrorist control.

A map showing the location of U.S. airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq. (Photo Credit: JhonsJoe)

The entire debacle has been branded a ‘complete failure‘ by 21WIRE’s own Patrick Henningsen. It is also understood that some of those strikes hit completely empty buildings.

The central issue behind all of this, is that it is entirely possible to trace the creation of ISIS back to the actions of the Military Industrial Complex in the first place.

Will boots on the ground be the next step? (Photo Credit: U.S. Army)

American Generals now admit that Washington has been supporting jihadists in a proxy war against Syria’s Assad, a proxy war that sufficiently destabilised the country to allow for the growth of ISIS. Many even go as far to say that the U.S. is actually supporting ISIS forces.

It would not be the first time such a vicious circle has been established, just look at how Western support for the Mujahideen led to the rise of al Qaeda.

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American taxpayers spend nearly $10 million a day fighting ISIS


The Pentagon has spent nearly $4 billion fighting Islamic State across Syria and Iraq since operations began a year ago, according to statistics released this week. The average daily cost of the campaign is $9.9 million, or $6,785 a minute.

A colossal $3.7 billion in expenses have been racked up since the campaign began on August 8, 2014 up to August 15 of this year.

President Barack Obama authorized a bombing campaign against the Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS/ISIL) last year, sending 3,400 American soldiers to Iraq to advise and train Iraqi forces…

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