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When the Soviet threat disappeared 20 years ago, the military-security complex was at a loss. A new threat was needed to keep the money and power flowing into the military-security complex.  China wasn’t an option. Its new leaders were embracing capitalism, and China was on its way to becoming Washington’s largest foreign creditor. How do you bash your banker?  Moreover, China was welcoming American corporations that had discovered that it was profitable to produce in China the goods and services that they sold in US markets.  The influential American interests that were becoming allies with China caused the military-security complex to look elsewhere for an enemy.  With the help of the neoconservatives, the military-security complex found the enemy in the Muslim Middle East among the independent states that were not US puppets.Tonight on BreakFree Monday we will discuss Americas Foreign Policy  Join The Conversation @ 424-222-5255    

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