Humain To Apno Na Luta Garon Main Khana Dum Tha

19 march 2009 according to CEO of Puru Saxena wealth management he told in an interview to CNBC "technically U.S is bankrupt the size of its debt is 55 trillion dollar it is almost 4 times its size of economy." (Economy of U.S. is 14 trillion)

My question is that if America was in debt then how it came out of this crisis?

I would like to add some lines of poetry which will help you to understand the rest of the topic.

"humain to apno na luta garon main khana dum tha"

Before telling how America came out of the crisis I would like to share some facts and figures please have a look. Every year, the U.S. Congressional research service releases a report looking at arms transfers to the developing world. According to the report the biggest arms supplier from 2002 –2009 was U.S. the total sales in us dollar was $166.278 billion and according to same report the biggest purchaser of arms is Saudi Arabia the total purchase in us dollar was $33.9 billion.

From the map above you will able to see the list of importers and exporters of arms from 2002-2009.

Our topic was how U.S. came out of the crisis. When U.S. was in crisis the country which supported U.S. was Saudi Arabia by purchasing arms and ammunitions Saudi supports its industry and helped U.S. to come out of crisis. You will be shocked to know that Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia has purchased the top of the range, four-engine airbus 340, worth £75m each it was painted in the silver and blue colors of Bandar’s favorite American football team, the Dallas cowboys, and is said to have been presented to him on his birthday. The gift was give to the ruler of that country in which birthday of Hazarat Muhammad s.a.w. is called innovation the rulers of that country are purchasing airbus to support Jews to let them come out of crisis.

This deal of airbus 340 will expected to create 77000 new jobs in U.S. a country which was 2-3 year ago was suffering with unemployment know have a plenty of jobs.

This was the half story and the 2nd half of story is. According to the report Saudi government has signed a deal of $60 billion and has purchased 84 new f-15 fighters, three types of helicopters—70 apaches, 72 black hawks and 36 little birds, and still U.S. Is encouraging the Saudis to buy systems known as Thad—terminal high altitude defense—and to upgrade its patriot missiles to reduce the threat from Iranian rockets. U.s. Officials said it was unclear how much this package would be worth.

Famous Bedouin proverbs "at the narrow passage, there is no brother and no friend."

Saudi government has proved this proverb by purchasing arms, airbuses, helicopters, from u.s. Bring him out of crisis supporting Jews to kill more Muslims in place like Pakistan this all things shows that Muslim nation who use to call them unite has been broken down in pieces from inside and know our enemy is no one else then our own Muslim brothers.

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