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Non-confrontational countries do not have military budgets like this...

Non-confrontational countries do not have military budgets like this...

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Published by Jean-Sébastien Roy
A pie chart showing 2009's fiscal year budget expenditures according to category
A pie chart showing 2009's fiscal year budget expenditures according to category

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Published by: Jean-Sébastien Roy on Jun 07, 2010
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36%CURRENTMILITARY18%PASTMILITARY
30%HUMANRESOURCES
11%GENERALGOVERNMENT
5%
PHYSICALRESOURCES
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HOW THESE FIGURES WERE DETERMINED
urrent military” includes Dept. of Defense($653 billion), the military portion fromother departments ($150 billion), and anadditional $162 billion to supplement theBudget’s misleading and vast underestimate of only $38 billion for the “war on terror.” “Pastmilitary” represents veterans’ benefits plus 80% of the interest on the debt.* For further explanation,please go to www.warresisters.org/piechart.htm.These figures are from an analysis of detailedtables in the “Analytical Perspectives” book of the
 Budget of the United States Government, FiscalYear 2009
. The figures are federal funds, whichdo not include trust funds — such as SocialSecurity — that are raised and spent separatelyfrom income taxes. What you pay (or don’t pay)by April 15, 2008, goes to the federal fundsportion of the budget. The government practice of 
Source: Congressional Budget Office for FY2008
Government Deception
The pie chart (right) is the government viewof the budget. This is a distortion of how ourincome tax dollars are spent because it in-cludes Trust Funds (e.g., Social Security), andthe expenses of past military spending arenot distinguished from nonmilitary spending.For a more accurate representation of howyour Federal income tax dollar is really spent,see the large graph.
Intereston thedebt
8%
Non-defensediscretionary
18%
SocialSecurity
21%
Defense
20%
C
WHERE YOURINCOME TAXMONEY REALLY GOES
 
U.S. FEDERAL BUDGET
2009 
FISCAL YEAR
 $117
BILLION
• Agriculture• Interior• Transportation• Homeland Security (15%)• HUD• Commerce• Energy (non-military)• Environmental Protection• Nat. Science Fdtn.• Army Corps Engineers• Fed. Comm. Commission• other physical resources
 $304
BILLION
• Treasury, incl. 20% Inter-est on debt ($97B)• Government personnel• Justice Dept.• State Dept. (partial)• Homeland Security (15%)• International Affairs• NASA (50%)• Judicial• Legislative• other general govt.
 $965
BILLION
• Military Personnel $129 billion• Operation & Maint. $241 billion• Procurement $143 billion• Research & Dev. $79 billion• Construction $15 billion• Family Housing $3 billion• DoD misc. $4 billion• Retiree Pay/Healthcare $70 billion• DoE nuclear weapons $17 billion• NASA (50%) $9 billion• International Security $9 billion• Homeland Secur. (70% military) $35 billion• State Dept. (partial) $6 billion• other military (non-DoD) $5 billion
• “Global War on Terror” $200 billionWe added $162 billion to the last item tosupplement the Budget’s grossly underesti-mated $38 billion in “allowances” to be spentin 2009 for the “War on Terror,” which includesthe wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
MILITARY: 54%
AND
 
 $1,449 BILLION
 $789
BILLION
• Health/Human Services• Soc. Sec. Administration• Education Dept.• Food/Nutrition programs• Housing & Urban Dev.• Labor Dept.• other human resources
 $484
BILLION
• Veterans’ Benefits$94 billion• Interest on nationaldebt (80%) created bymilitary spending, $390billion
includes anestimated $200billion for Iraq & Afghanistanwar spending 
combining trust and federal funds began during theVietnam War, thus making the human needsportion of the budget seem larger and the militaryportion smaller.
*Analysts differ on how much of the debt stems from the military;other groups estimate 50% to 60%. We use 80% because we believeif there had been no military spending most (if not all) of the nation-al debt would have been eliminated.
Non-MILITARY: 46%
AND
 
 $1,210 BILLION
Total Outlays
(Federal Funds)
$2,659 Billion
Medicare, Medicaid,other mandatory
33%

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