Cup of Coffee in Russia and How Many War Drums – Do you Hear?

I once said that the war drum business was very good and that they were manufacturing war drums at a tremendous pace. I really was kinda being sarcastic, but it looks like it is very true. That is my thoughts this morning, amongst other thinking’s, as I sip a cup of delicious coffee…

I stand amazed at the war drums beating all over the world by America. So while you keep your eyes on the sidewalk in front of you, or you adjust those blinders and never look around to see the carnage happening in front of your own eyes. Remember that the war drum business is growing because of your support or lack of support to stop it…

Okay for those who do not understand…

America is beating war drums for war in more countries than I care to mention and the drums beat in a pattern that tries to go from one country to another. One day we are beating the drums like crazy over Iran. Then we beat a few beats over North Korea on the same day. Then, we turn all the drums against Russia and while we do that, we turn a few extra drums on China at the same time. Then we come back to Syria and beat those drums for all they are worth and definitely toss a few beats at Russia over Syria. This goes on and encompasses maybe 20 counties around the world. At any given time America is beating a war drum non stop over someone, something or anything…

Do you really think the world wants to hear those damn drums beating 24 hours a day…

Yes the war drum business seems to be one of the most profitable businesses in America. That may just be a very true statement and if you think about it, you will realize that since most other business in America has been shipped overseas. Then war is truley the main business of America…

So by that thought alone, it looks like the war drum business will increase instead of decrease as time goes on…

Boom – Boom – Boom – Boom – Boom, I can hear them drums beating 24 hours a day…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

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