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True Cost of Afghan, Iraq Wars .
According to a recent Brown University study, the wars and their ripple effects have cost the United States $3.7 trillion, or more than $12,000 per American
Where As Resistance spends hardly anything in Comparison ,American spend rather heavily but Gaining nothing except larger problems at home and abroad ??

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Asked by johny baba, 17 Aug '11 05:31 pm
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The purpose of War has many facet..
1. Expansion of Control system
2. Invasion and grabbing the resources
3. Revenge / Defence

The American War against Afghan / Iraq.. were mainly for two reason
1. Grabbing of Resources, which is factual
2. Cultural War, this is Virtual

America did succeed to impose its hegemony which is not just War, but thru Scholarship and Control of UNSC.. War can be resisted thru counter War.. but what about Scholarship.. ...more
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 18 Aug '11 10:46 am

 
  
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Yeah america wants to capture wold but now its loosing power!!!! reality is american forces have lost in afghanistan and they are trying to leave it as soon as possible now!!!
Answered by sumukh sumukh chincholkar, 18 Aug '11 01:11 pm

 
  
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Who is is marvelous researcher ? Do these people ever go in to details of figures and come out with this kind of junk.
Listen 3.8 Trillion Doller is whole money US government has spent after sub-prime crisis. The Sub-prime crisis had nothing to do with wars ( or very little) it was becuase greedy bankers sold the amortized bad assets. If you see US government is pledging up to 9 trillion $ ( can go up to 12 trillion) to stimulate market
I have given a list of bailouts below the war amount is very small compared to this ( around 30 Billion $ in Iraq , 9 Billion $ as aid to Pakistan for support and another 12 -20 billion $ in Afganistan)

A partial list of these bailouts is
Bear Stearns 2008 - 30 Billion$
Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac 2008 - 400 Billion$
AIG 2008 - 200 Billion $
General Motors, Ford and Chrysler - 2008 - 25 Billion $
Citigroup 2008 - 280 Billion $ ...more
Answered by Batao Na, 17 Aug '11 05:44 pm

 
  
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