Who says we don't live in a globalist economy. Today I will present for my readers a circular economic transaction that begins in Washington and ends in Moscow. Well, let's start in Moscow because the details are more exciting. Yesterday we had a report in The Duran including video where a FSB crack anti-terrorism squad raided a Moscow apartment and arrested four ISIS terrorists discovered within...confiscating grenades and bomb-making materials. Here is the report:
The group “included several Tajikistan nationals and a Moldovan national who plotted a series of high-profile terrorist attacks in Moscow involving the detonation of powerful improvised explosive devices,” the report said.
The report also added that “the terrorist attacks were being plotted under a direct order of a Turkey-based affiliate of the international terrorist organization Islamic State, which is outlawed in Russia.”
The FSB also made public rare footage of an intense raid on a Moscow flat, where the terrorists were located and ultimately detained.
According to the report, The Russian government has foiled over 40 attempted terrorist attacks in Russian Federation during the past year. "Someone" is working overtime...and getting paid double time and a half. Who? Well, let's go back to Washington, DC and see where, on the very same day as the Moscow apartment FSB raid went down. Intrepid Hawaiian congresswoman, Tulsi Gabbard, stood up in the hallowed halls of the US Capital Building and tabled a bill which, if passed, would hereafter prevent the US government from financially supporting ISIS:
Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has broken free of the corporate media’s narrative by accusing the United States of funding and arming terror groups al-Qaeda and ISIS. “If you or I gave money, weapons or support to al-Qaeda or ISIS, we would be thrown in jail,” Gabbard tweeted on Saturday.
So, the United States is funding ISIS (contrary to their own existing laws). At the same time....thousands of miles and half a world away the US taxpayer-funded ISIS terrorists are being mopped up on a regular basis in Moscow by the Russian taxpayer-funded FSB. The economic transaction is complete. The global military industrial complex budget is being fattened. The only losers are...as usual...the taxpayers in both countries.