by Jon Rappoport May 30, 2022
I have six tanks I want to sell.
I need a buyer in the Ukraine.
With the profits, I can buy a large island in the South Pacific, staff it, and retire there.
Now I know there is a great deal of delusionary news surrounding the war.
The hotel was hit by a Russian missile.
No, it was a Ukrainian weapon.
Putin has cancer.
No he doesn’t; he’s fine.
He’s already handed over control of the government to an assistant.
Absurd. He’s very much in charge.
The ruble is tanking.
No, it recovered. It’s stronger than ever.
A negotiated settlement is possible.
Will never happen.
And so forth and so on.
All I know is, I have tanks to sell.
The US government can invent the money to buy them and then give them to the Ukraine, or I can sell directly to a Ukrainian buyer.
This is the limit of my knowledge and responsibility.
I’ve giving 600 men jobs making tanks. That’s another fact I’m sure of.
Wars start and stop all the time. I don’t have anything to do with either process. I make tanks.
Nobody from Russia wants to buy them. So I look to the Ukraine. I support the Ukraine. Why wouldn’t I? Why wouldn’t the US government? If the US could sell weapons to Russia, it would.
Maybe it already is. That’s not my area of expertise.
I make tanks and I sell them.
My customers are mainly people who can’t afford them. That’s where the donor US government comes in.
From each according to his ability to invent money, to each who can buy, no matter how.
I’ve found that formula works. That’s all I know.
If I were given to speculation, I wouldn’t have the time to make tanks.
I notice many people want to outlaw guns, but nobody wants to outlaw tanks.
This is good.