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14 Billion Of YOUR Tax Dollars Is Soon Heading To Ukraine!


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Taxation is theft. Pure and simple.

While you work yourself to death to provide for yourself and your family, the United States government—an armed monopoly of thieves, thugs, and brigands lays claim to 3-5 months of your hard earned money.

To make matters worse, they then take a portion of everything you buy as taxes, they collect taxes every year on property you purportedly ‘own’, they collect taxes off the gain from your investments…

And then what do they do?

They give it to the likes of Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Haiti, and whoever else is on the agenda that week, but they never give it back to you, do they?

Roads, courts, and a standing military are the only things the state should be spending money on—if the state is to exist at all. These things require roughly 25% of the federal budget every year, and roughly 1/3rd of your state’s annual budget.

If we really tried we could get those numbers down to 1/10th of the present cost.

Keep this in mind when thinking about the $14 billion the political parasites in the United States government just handed over to Ukraine—a country accused of housing U.S. bioweapon facilities:

CNBC reports this quote from Nancy Pelosi:

“We must proceed with the omnibus today, which includes emergency funding for Ukraine and urgent funding to meet the needs of America’s families,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., wrote to House Democrats.

“It is heartbreaking to remove the COVID funding, and we must continue to fight for urgently needed COVID assistance, but unfortunately that will not be included in this bill.”

 

Fox News states:

The House of Representatives voted to approve a $1.5. trillion spending bill that funds the government through Sept. 30 and includes $13.6 billion in aid to Ukraine amid the war with Russia.

The defense portion passed by a vote of 361-69, and the domestic portion passed by a vote of 260-171 with one present vote.



 

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