Why America Needs to Shut Down Foreign Aid | Because USAID So

The hundreds of millions, and billions, going to government and non-government organizations (NGO’s) alike purportedly to accomplish our collective will is staggering.  When Americans see these figures the amounts are unfathomable.  They don’t correspond in any way to their pressing realities, and they are further insulated from them by the myriad of committees and agencies managing these fortunes.  If not be design, than certainly by opportunity, their multitude makes possible a deceptive shell game for waste, fraud, and embezzlement of American taxpayer dollars.  It is too easy for these dollars to find their way back into the pockets of politicians that approved their expenditure.1    

President Donal Trump wisely picked one of these shells to focus on that was more easily recognizable: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).  As soon as he did so, the Deep State quickly saw it would lead to their other revenue streams, and they set out to destroy him. 

Indeed, after Trump’s second term was denied him though unprecedented voter fraud, Congress worked to checkmate the president should he prevail in a second run for office by approving legislation preventing the president from withdrawing form NATO without approval of Congress or the Senate.2  No matter if another America First candidate should succeed him in the future, their power to unilaterally influence recipients of U.S. foreign aid to be held accountable to the best interests of American taxpayers would be over shadowed by Deep State Globalists. 

There is a solution to this scheme that bilks Americans and impoverishes some of them, and there is a perfect place to begin implementing it. 

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is one of these ‘aid’ programs authorized and funded by Congress in the Foreign Assistance Act.  The USAID budget for 2024 is $63 billion, and, in the Marxist vernacular, they cite the NGO’s they sponsor as their “critical change agents.”3  USAID is supposedly overseen by the President, Secretary of State, and the National Security Council.  While that sounds like accountability, can you imagine that check book in the hands of former Secretary of State Hillery Clinton?  That register could be wiped faster than her private email server. 

The Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 must be repealed.  At the time of its inception, the national debt was a mere $306 billion.  This law separated military from non-military aid, and created a siphon for funneling money to spurious social aid causes overseas to the detriment of the American people.   Congress must be forced to debate the merits of each request for foreign aid individually, and in public view.  The validity of merits for qualifying these aid projects themselves, including military aid, must first be tied to real measurements that express the needs of the American people.  For example, so long as the homeless population of veterans in Los Angeles exceeds, say, 500 souls, a new classification for foreign aid projects, including those providing for the promotion of women in the engineering field in Jordan, would be below the threshold of merit, and could not be brought to the floor for consideration.

These requests for foreign aid can no longer be given the nebulous, and dubious pass that hemorrhaging money into them “advances U.S. national security and economic prosperity.”4  This has become an economic imperative as our national dept hovers at $34 trillion dollars.  Many experts agree this can never be paid back, and that some sort of revaluing of the dept, or a reset, is inevitable.  Some of those same experts believe it will be politically easier for the government to simply continue to print money until hyperinflation renders it worthless.  Others see a middle road for the U.S. to attempt to hold on the reserve currency status by implementing a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) and utilize the intrinsic controls in the programmable ‘currency’ to accomplish a reset in an effort to remain on top.  In any event, projections are the value of the U.S. dollar takes a significant nose dive, the Americans see a large portion of their wealth evaporate, and standards of living turn significantly downward.     

This will make it even more difficult to address the astronomical problems we already have here at home, but the sooner we get started the better. 

Nothing advances our national security more than securing ourselves at home.  We could mention our porous borders, our homelessness where even our veterans are living on the street, and our overstretched to the point of breaking social programs, but national and local headlines make it impossible to escape these realities.  And this one: We are spending desperately needed funding from taxes on citizens of foreign nations administered by governments that don’t represent us, and now we are even importing those other citizens to make it easier to give them American’s money to send back to their home country.  If it were not for the fact that our ‘elected’ representatives are actually turned Globalist’s representatives, this despicable financial treason would be far less rampant.  However, in any degree it is repugnant to a free people.  If this travesty of taxation without representation sounds familiar, it’s because we once fought a war over this. 

Today, we fight our wars under color of law and without Congress having to do their job and own up to being responsible for them.  They do get to act as cheer leaders.  They do get to wear other nation’s flags as lapel pins and pocket hankies.  They do get to desecrate the American flag by changing the color of its stripes to a pale blue and horrible yellow.  They do get to purchase wars with our money and then behave like a bunch of irresponsible rich kids fielding their newly purchased football franchise.  They don’t have to take full responsibility for these proxy wars by actually declaring war, but they do get to threaten us with drafting our sons and daughter for war if balk at funding their war games.  They get to do this on the world chessboard, in part, through leveraging our membership in NATO, and its invocation.  In order to put a stop to this madness, We, the people, must withdraw from an alliance that was binding for 20 years, beginning form 1949, and that expired in 1969.  We must get out of NATO now, not only because it’s a slush fund used by Congress to bribe compliance of other nations, but because it’s a highspeed sports car being driving by drunk teenagers on a dark country road lined with large oak trees with caution flung to the wind. 


1. PatriotGal480. “Politicians get kick backs from funding Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) via wars, emergencies, and so called humanitarian assistance.” X, February 4, 2024.

2. Laura Kelly, “Congress approves bill barring any president from unilaterally withdrawing from NATO” The Hill, December 14, 2023. https://thehill.com/homenews/4360407-congress-approves-bill-barring-president-withdrawing-nato/

3. USAID From the American People. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) (accessed February 6, 2024).  https://www.usaid.gov/partner-with-us/ngo

4. USAID From the American People. Website Home Page (accessed February 6, 2024). https://www.usaid.gov/

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