Skilled technique and able management now belonged to Japan, not America.
Jewish bankers were no longer interested in domestic civilian production.
American labels on foreign goods were just American wrappers on Asian products.
to consumer production and commercial markets abroad, Wall Street Jews began concentrating their finances on military production at home.
From then on, a perpetual “war machine” was in motion with Wall Street Jewish investment banks funding US armament industries.
Truman signed the Paper as a basic US policy doctrine on September 30, 1950.
Although the world was at peace, the directive called for increasing the annual US arms budget by 350%.
Their market was the US government and payments were fed by the Jewish-owned Federal Reserve.
So why bother investing in American-made cameras or washing machines when you could invest in bombers and drones?
“Military Keynesianism” soon became the essence of America’s economy.And the Zionist Jews of Wall Street took full advantage of this new investment opportunity.