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UN Offers Debt Relief to Repatriate US Bases
A Historic Move Toward Global Peace
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
[New York, USA, March 10/2023] - In a historic move towards global peace, the United Nations has offered to repatriate 700 US military bases across the world, in exchange for assuming US debt. The announcement was made on March 10 by the UN Secretary-General, who emphasized the need to prioritize collective diplomacy over militarization in resolving conflicts.
· America currently has over 800 military bases in over 70 countries worldwide, which have often been a subject of controversy and criticism for their adverse impact on local communities and the environment. The UN has been advocating for the reduction of military spending and the promotion of global military security, which led to this historic offer - to repatriate all 700 US military bases outside the USA back to their hosting countries.
· According to the UN Secretary-General, the transition of these bases to UN control would save over $1.5Trillion USD in annual defense budgets by member nations, and channel those funds towards collective global security. This transition would create an environment of permanent peace, while eliminating nuclear weapons.
Summary: The United Nations would assume the $30T bond debt of the US and pay $3T annually to those bondholders, until the debt is discharged. All UN member territories would contribute to this amount annually, in lieu of defense budgets. Rebadged and staffed by the hosting nations, the bases would be commanded by the UN alone with global jurisdiction and authority to intervene in any conflict, solely on the UN’s initiative, without vetoes.
The UN Military Armistice Commission stated that “This is a chance for our species to at last declare peace with itself, while affording America debt relief that - in turn - allows them to fund infrastructure and social programs without the burden of heavy taxation. It would mark the end of militarist hegemony - our human diseases of war and conquest - and the beginning of a new era when we must face other existential challenges together, to assure prosperity for all citizens of the world.”