8.5 Trillion In Unaccounted For DOD Spending

23/12/2013 01:32

Eisenhower warned us about the military-industrial complex growing too big and powerful – now his warnings have to fruition.

Since 1996 the Department of Defense has run up 8.5 trillion of unaccounted for spending.

When the holes came up in paperwork, DOD just made up numbers on the books, all while no audit has been done.

Gordon Duff, Senior Editor of Veterans Today Newspaper, says the ‘phony war on terror over the last 10 years has been an opportunity for defense entities to buy Congress’.

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