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On the jews and Their Lies

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fda267 No.11258390

Pleasing the Pentagon & building the wall: What’s in Trump’s 2019 budget?

The White House 2019 budget proposal offers the Pentagon and the president’s immigration agenda a generous boost. It also looks to modernize US infrastructure and the nuclear arsenal and seeks corporate partners to explore space.

Titled “An American Budget,” the proposal unveiled Monday lists a total of $4.338 trillion in government outlays in the fiscal year 2019. It also projects annual outlays for the next decade, ending at $7 trillion in 2028.

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) said the proposal reflects the Trump administration’s commitment to the “safety, prosperity, and security of the American people,” and seeks to focus the government on “what matters most – protecting the Nation.”



What’s really behind America’s objections to Trump’s military parade?



Unveiling the proposal on Monday morning, President Donald Trump said the Pentagon was pleasantly surprised, with Defense Secretary James Mattis telling him “we got everything we wanted.”

Trump said he wants Mattis to get better deals on military equipment, such as “twice as many planes for half the price.” The Pentagon is heavily invested in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program, estimated to cost $1.4 trillion over its lifetime.

The 2019 budget proposal envisions $617 billion baseline Pentagon funding, with another $60 billion for overseas contingency operations, better known as the warfighting slush fund. Additional military spending, including nuclear programs run by the Department of Energy, would bring the total request to $716 billion.

Part of the request is $24 billion to modernize the so-called “nuclear triad,” the land, sea and air-based strategic arsenal. It would also provide for 10 new navy ships, including three destroyers and two Virginia-class attack submarines.

While requesting funds for 77 new F-35s, mostly for the US Air Force, the budget also wants funding for 24 new F/A-18 Super Hornets and modernization of the existing F-16 fighter jets


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The wall, ICE and Border Patrol

Within the $18 billion request to fund the wall along the border with Mexico is the $1.6 billion for Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) enforcement efforts. Another $211 million would hire 750 additional Border Patrol agents, slowly moving towards Trump’s goal of eventually hiring 5,000.

Hiring and maintaining 2,000 new Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents would cost $571 million, and “directly supports the president’s order for ICE to arrest all illegal aliens it encounters,” the document says.

Another $253 million would be spent on the CBP's National Targeting Center (NTC) and biometric programs, aimed at vetting visitors and immigrants before they arrive in the US.

Over $2.5 billion would be dedicated to fund the construction and maintenance of detention facilities for illegal immigrants across the US. Another $80 million would pay for 75 new immigration judge teams and 338 new prosecuting attorneys at ICE, so they can deal with the backlog of 650,000 cases currently pending in the immigration courts.

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As the first step towards an ambitions $1.5 trillion infrastructure package, the budget requests $200 billion for direct federal funding and incentives to state and local governments that would attract private investment.

Read more

FILE PHOTO: Remains of the collapsed I-35W bridge that spans the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 2007. © Scott CohenWhite House announces $1.5 trillion infrastructure package

Half of the amount would go to incentive grants, while $50 billion would go to rural projects, including broadband internet construction. The rest would be spent on existing programs and “transformative projects.”

Tucked away in this section is the provision for “Real Property Reforms” that would allow the government to sell off “unneeded Federal facilities” for private use, “potentially spurring local economic development.”

fda267 No.11258424

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A combined $13 billion in new funding over the next two years would be dedicated to battling the opioid epidemic. An estimated 64,000 Americans died of overdoses in 2016, the most recent year for which statistics are available. About a quarter of the $30 billion in drug control funding for 2019 would go to the opioid crisis in some way, according to estimates by the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

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NASA is getting a mixed bag, with the $19.6 billion budget slightly over what it received in 2018, but $61 million less than in 2017. The budget proposes to end direct US government funding for the International Space Station (ISS) by 2025 and “provides $150 million to begin a program that would encourage commercial development of capabilities that NASA can use in its place.”

e93bca No.11258436


How much for a custom patterned one?

fda267 No.11258471

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Woyak on Mexican side, Pepe on American. Or.vice versa?

7d158c No.11258567

File: 537f61d99008657⋯.png (804.76 KB, 1392x774, 232:129, DebtUS.png)


>What’s in Trump’s 2019 budget?

A shitload of stuff that i didn't ask for but that i am expected to pay for.

>Kicking the can down the road to the tune of $4.338 trillion

Give me a fucking break

>Trump administration’s commitment to the “safety, prosperity, and security of the American people

Nope. Most of it will go to fight wars in foreign lands and to pay for past wars, like the war in Vietnam, the Gulf war that we still haven't paid off. in the form of interest payments to the banking-industrial complex.

Meanwhile his kike son-in-law hires bots and spammers to post forced memes on mongolian waterpolo boards to distract the debt-slave goyim. The day of the rope can't come soon enough.

7d158c No.11258611




That's what i am talking about. Dumb Hasbara/Kushner faggots who have no arguments and always resort to attacking the messenger with stupid one-liners and pathetic image macros that look like they were round-tabled by a bunch of boomers and kikes. Rope yourself.

fc80fe No.11258620

Oh good, more boomers borrowing money from my pocket.

fc80fe No.11258636

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fc80fe No.11258644


>trying this hard to try to fit in

you stick out like a kike's nose. filtered.

7d158c No.11258649


>Dumb cunt who makes no argument

Tell much i owe you, Moshe. How much of the debt that the president puts on the national credit card do i have to pay back?

7d158c No.11258651


The kikes couldn't care less what is in the budget as long as it increases the national debt. Soon the budget will consists of nothing more than interest payments to the kikes.

7d158c No.11258655





Is there an argument somewhere in your out/kys one-liner? Of course not

fc80fe No.11258659


>Adds over $1T/yr for a decade


I like the cuts, and they're all headed in the right direction. But let's not cuck ourselves just because the feds made some cuts. The government is still spending like a drunken socialist, and you and I are going to be the ones to foot the bill. It's disrespectful to me and my generation to continue to rack up tens of trillions of dollars in debt with a note at the bottom that says "btw, I know I'm broke but don't worry, my grandkids will pay for this". What's the plan for funding the $200T+ in unfunded liabilities? What's the plan for paying off the nearly $30T in operating debt? Want a hint? The plan is they'll be dead and it wont be their problem.

7d158c No.11258667


>I like the cuts,

I like your mental gymnastics, because there are no cuts, only trillion dollar increases to the deficit. A step in the right direction would be a balanced budget or better yet, one that actually reduces the national debt and the burden on taxpayers and holders of US dollars. This budget means less money and more inflation for the average american.

fc80fe No.11258668


It just broke $170,000 per taxpayer. Thank your local boomer.

7d158c No.11258675


=$21T national debt is "genuinely great news"==

You are so far gone, it's not even funny. This budget is a total disaster. We didn't even have $1T budgets until recently and now we're running $1T deficits. It is an unmitigated disaster.

fc80fe No.11258686

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just filter the retards

I should also add that the official budgets don't even include the federal borrowing to prop up student aid. This additional borrowing adds to the national debt, but is not reflected in the U.S. government’s annual budget deficit figures. That's another $1T borrowed that you and I will have to pay off.

7d158c No.11258691


If we had a thriving economy we wouldn't go deeper into debt. Would you go into debt if you

7d158c No.11258695


* Would you go deeper into debt if you were doing well and raking in the money? No. So why is the president digging a deeper hole for us? Because the economy is in the shitter.

fc80fe No.11258699

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kill yourself OP

7d158c No.11258704


I am not paying for the fucking Vietnam war and stupid fucking shit from the 70s. Do you understand that? All of this debt goes back decades. We have so much debt that if we'd pay it back we'd have absolutely nothing. The chinese would have take the holes in the ground as payment.

7d158c No.11258706


Yeah, the economy is doing better than it was under Obama whoopy, whoopy whoopy. It's not doing well historically, which is evident from the fact that we just added another trillion dollars to the deficit that US taxpayers will have to pay back.

fc80fe No.11258709


>US taxpayers will have to pay back

Only the young ones :^)

372604 No.11258716

Yes, let's prop up the defense budget even more! Don't even think about investigating corruption at the DoD and its suppliers, that's antisemitic! What, the money is gone? Must be the Russian hackers.

319511 No.11258765







7d158c No.11258776




>zero arguments

How much do i owe you Moshe? Just make up a number and get the president of the united states to agree.

7d158c No.11258790


>implying white people enjoy working day and night for the kikes to make their interest payments

7d158c No.11258813


Hasbara/Kushnerfaggot with no arguments who want you to enjoy your servitude and embrace your debt-slave shackles. $21T is not enough, is it Moshe? How much do i owe you? $30T? Just name your number.

372604 No.11258819

Why the fuck am I even trying to talk about something in this shit thread? It'll just be buried by the spammer that mysteriously never gets banned.

fc80fe No.11258825


make liberal use of the filter function

7d158c No.11258895




The US government is broke

Ask yourself: Why are they still running up the deficit? Why are they burdening future generations with a $21T national debt? Why are US taxpayers forced to make higher and higher interest payments to finance an ever-increasing national debt? Why are taxpayers forced to pay for wars that ended decades ago?

7d158c No.11258910




Do you have an argument? Anything at all that does not amount to spam? Also, how come mods never ban you for spam?

aac7e4 No.11258941

>Money for the F-35 and F-18.

Naturally. Nobody seems to want to upgrade and expand the A-10 fleet, or to modernize or make stealthy Spectres, or develop interceptor drones that would actually have a shot at stopping another 9/11-style attack. Let's just push endless money into the two least-productive holes in the defense budget.

It's good to see some love for submarines though. At least we're not building another fucking aircraft carrier (yet).

6319c4 No.11258947



6319c4 No.11258958

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Tick tock

6319c4 No.11258961



6319c4 No.11258971


At half the price

7d158c No.11258975





Not making an argument is basically an admission that your posts are spam.

7d158c No.11258990


>Let's but useless military toys with our national credit card

We are broke. We literally owe the kikes $21T and counting. The only reason why the economy hasn't collapsed is because the kikes are still lending us money and we're still making interest payments. In other words we (or rather our politicians) are digging a deeper whole for ourselves. What's the point of buying a useless submarine? We need to stock food and medicine for the time when the kikes pull the plug on our economy and demand "their" money back.

6319c4 No.11259011


You are not from around here shareblue.

America is doing better than ever.

Killyourself nigger

6319c4 No.11259030

I love how I baited all shareblue to bite before they go out the office and real Americans come online from their jobs.


7d158c No.11259032


If we are doing better than ever, we should reduce the deficit or at least balance the budget.

This is not a budget, it is economic warfare against the citizens of this country. We're at a point where we can't even pay back the interest, let alone the principle, yet the corrupt politicians continue to run up the the deficit.

6319c4 No.11259033


fc80fe No.11259052


No no no, you stupid goy. Those interest payments are still too small. The economy is doing great, just look at how well all these big banks are doing now. Don't think of it as stealing $21T from the younger generations to fund shit we don't need in the present, think of it as a gift to the older generation for doing such a good job with our government and our economy.

7d158c No.11259091


Still no argument

7d158c No.11259095


I don't know when sarcasm lost its appeal, but i feel like it's no longer working as intended.

aac7e4 No.11259153


So many threads are improved by just blocking the (21)s.

fc80fe No.11259173



It was when the memes became too real to be funny.

fc80fe No.11259182


>he's still IP hopping

>he's still using ad hominems instead of making actual rebuttals

>he actually thinks this isn't painfully obvious to everyone

If you filtered 7d158c, all that would be left is your incessant, unrelated meme dumps and zero conversation about the OP

fc80fe No.11259219

>still replying to me when I filtered your ID an hour ago

7d158c No.11259316



Non-argument / spam. Why haven't you been banned yet?

000000 No.11259323


Don'tcha know? This is a zionist board: no unbaised thoughts or differing views allowed.

7d158c No.11259329


>Trump administration’s commitment to the “safety, prosperity, and security of the American people

It's like a line from 1984. We're drowning in debt and work 3-5 months out of the year just to pay back the interest on the national debt, but the politicains have the audacity to talk about prosperity and security. How secure is a debtor nation that is completely dependent on credit and the endless accumulation of debt?

7d158c No.11259395


Are you implying that a $21 trillion national debt which translates to $800k for every family is a sign of security and prosperity? If there was prosperity we wouldn't be in debt. If there was prosperity we would be lenders instead of debtors. Credit-masters instead of debt-slaves.

7d158c No.11259397

File: 8182e1bdf91bfee⋯.jpg (73.33 KB, 850x400, 17:8, Jefferson.jpg)

Allowing central banks to debase the currency and allowing politicans to accumulate debt in our name was the biggest mistakes we've ever made.

7d158c No.11259492




>trying this hard to derail the thread

This thread is about the unbalanced budget, not alphabet agencies.

544d69 No.11259625

>More shitty F-35s

Fuck. Surely Mattis has to know how shit they are.

>24 new F/A-18 Super Hornets and modernization of the existing F-16 fighter jets

Now this is actually good, some decent, non-Jewish planes.

7d158c No.11259968






>spams the thread with unrelated one-liners and images, desperately trying to derail the thread

>demands that my on-topic posts are removed

It's pretty obvious who the shill is. Protip: It's not me.

7d158c No.11260008


It's pretty obvious that you are a cretin who has never created anything of value. You are of your father.

f07a81 No.11260045


>What’s really behind America’s objections to Trump’s military parade?


Are you trying to equate support for a zionist occupation government and its public displays of aggression against the host population with masculinity?

f07a81 No.11260260

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5b0b0d No.11260285

File: 599cb78001f6316⋯.jpg (52.32 KB, 720x576, 5:4, 1430408466128.jpg)

>spamanon finally got banned

About fucking time.

ddfe91 No.11260344

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Tl;dr, did the wall funding get released yet? Does that mean it starts construction soon?

I want to laugh at the shills who said there wont be a wall.

ddfe91 No.11260365


What? Are you drunk or a retarded bot?

7d158c No.11260401


>I gave alot energy to this.

>Made only 5 posts

Thanks for admitting that you switched IDs and samefagged the entire time. This thread could've grown into something but instead of engaging Anons in a debate you had to ruin it with your spam and pointless image macros.

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