United States militarism update

This 1 February 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Withdrawal From INF Nuclear Treaty Brings Us “Closer to Doomsday” Than Any Time Since 1950’s

The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces agreement is one of the most important international treaties and its cancellation will mean a full return to the nuclear arms race and closer to nuclear disaster, says Peter Kuznick of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University.

This 30 January 2019 video is called Bernie Sanders & House Members talk about the U.S., Saudi [Arabia] and [its war on] Yemen.

This 2 February 2019 video from the USA is called Neocon[servative Max Boot] Admits He Wants [The USA] To Stay In Middle East Wars For ‘300 Years‘.

This 2 February 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

ENDLESS WAR: Dems [Democrats] & GOP [Republicans] Try To Block Troop Withdrawals

A bipartisan group of eight House lawmakers on Wednesday introduced two bills to make it more difficult for the Trump administration to withdraw troops from Syria and South Korea. The bills, introduced by freshman Reps. Tom Malinowski (D-N.J.), and Van Taylor (R-Texas), would limit the funds the administration may use to pull troops from the countries.

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This 2 February 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Obama Snuggles Up To Defense Contractor

Former President Obama spoke at an executive retreat earlier this month for leaders of Boeing, the second consecutive year a former president appeared at the defense contractor‘s annual event, Bloomberg reported Monday. A spokeswoman for Obama told Bloomberg that the former president waived his speaking fee to deliver the informal address.

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