End Foreign Aid, Keep Money Here, And Leave Others Alone.

The United States needs to alter its approach on foreign policy and relations. By getting involed so much into the affairs of foreign nations we are starting to allow them to dicated our actions.

Foreign countries also have developed methods, policies, and government systems that work best for them. Often when America becomes involved in these matters we try to make the others countries operate in the manner we think is best. This must stop. All this does is create the potential to make new enemies and can make the issues worse since we have not dealt with the issue before or have no first hand experience with it our way is hardly ever the best way. 

By letting other nations resolving their own problems in their way and on their own time we let them face any consequences so can be proceed, learn, and improve and this completely truly settles the matters in question. We did not want other countries getting involved in our affairs, such as the American Civil War since it was our business and did not concern them, so we should show the same respect to other countries and let them resolve their own conflicts or issues in the ways that works best for them.

Additionally by getting involved in the affairs of other countries we can easily get caught up in their conflicts. This is the current situation with Lybia. Those people are not Americans. Therefore that is not our concern. If the people want to get invovled with protecting human rights around the world let them get involved with organizations like Food For The Poor or Sponsor A Child. Leave Governmental and Military organizations out of the issue.

We get involved in the conflicts of foreign affairs we drain our treasury and economy, create potential enemies, stretches our military forces making America a weak target, and prevents need money and resources from going to our problems such as poverty, homelessness, and repairing our national infrastructure. This is come back and hit us. When the United States is eventually in a position where it has to ask for help from other countries, they will use the opportunity to attack us. Countries like North Korea are already in that position. If the day was ever to come where America had trouble they would invade South Korea knowing they would not be able to defend themselves without U.S. support.

The United States needs to leave other countries to their own affairs. This will show respect and help other countries to respect us, it will help make sure make sure we have badly needed money and resources for our problems, and makes sure the current issues are permantely resolved. Working with other countries rather than over then will help keep relation friendly. If we want foreign countries to respect us and to accept that our ways are what work best for us we need to do the same thing for foreign countries as well.

As many would point out, we need to get involved for the sake of our national security and safety. That is true but at the same time we can do that without going too far. Better restrictions on involvement is the answer. Observe the problem and get involved only when we have to or a threat is posed but otherwise leave foreign countries to their own affairs. Offer assistance first. If it is denied, stay out of it. Establish a set amount of financial aid for foreign countries where they get know more beyond that. This will encourage foreign countries relying on the United States to make attempts to take care of themselves as they know America will not take care of them beyond a certain point. If we want to retain allies it is time to work toward improving relations and respecting their policies and ways of government, just not constantly buying their loyalty.

The United States already has serious problems of its own such as a dollar that is virtually worthless, a crumbling national infrastruce, a national debt that will soon be impossible to pay off, and a failing economy. It is time to worry about ourselves first and stop sending money overseas but keep it here in America where it belongs to solve our own problems.

Sign this petition telling the United States Congress to pass the End All Foreign Aid Act, create better restrictions on getting involved in foreign affairs, not getting involved where it does not concern us, improve our relations and friendly terms with foreign countries, and keep our money and revenue within America for our own serious problems such as re-investing it into our struggling economy to help make sure that it fully recovers and relieve budgets restraints on issues such as Medicare and Education to keep them strong.

End All Foreign Aid Act

PREAMBLE: Whereas The United States Economy is suffering from lack of available funds, and since the funds going overseas to foreign countries is needed for matters in The United States, and since the economies of foreign countries are gaining on that of America, and since many foreign countries deeply resent The United States managing their affairs and would rather operate in the ways that work best for them, and since The United States would maintain better with foreign relations by allowing foreign countries to do with their own matters.

SECTION 1: Let all foreign countries that currently receive continuous foreign aid from The United States in any way, shape, or form be informed that it will be reduced by 50% on January 1, 2013 and then completely removed on June 1, 2013.

SECTION 2: Let all foreign aid that The United States currently sends to any and all foreign countries, as defined in SECTION 1, be diverted to resolving issues within the United States.

SECTION 3: Let The United States provide a set amount of foreign aid to be given to other countries only in the event of a state of national emergency for them and otherwise respecting their ways and improving relations as a way to maintain strong allies while keeping American money in The United States seeking permission to provide aid and not do so if requested to leave the matter at hand to the country currently involved in it.


SECTION 4: Let all foreign aid that is diverted to dealing with issues or matters of concern within The United States be divided even yearly and serve as federal funding for the following domestic issues.

     SUB-SECTION A: A total of 20% directly to a fund to pay off the United States
               National Debt.

     SUB-SECTION B: A total of 20% directly into repairing and strengthening Social
               Security, Medicare, and Welfare.

     SUB-SECTION C: A total of 20% directly into strengthening border security to prevent
               entry of illegal immigrants and improving methods of locating those already
                within America.

     SUB-SECTION D: A total of 20% directly into poverty and homelessness relief
              programs.

     SUB-SECTION E: A total of 20% directly into creating affordable educational
               programs for all Americans.

SECTION 5: Let all foreign countries that receive aid from The United States be left alone in their affairs, developing the methods of government and society that is best for them and be co-operated with and respected for that by The United States to retrain allied ties.

SECTION 6: This bill shall go into effect 60 days after passage.

The United States needs to alter its approach on foreign policy and relations. By getting involed so much into the affairs of foreign nations we are starting to allow them to dicated our actions. Additionally we annually send billions of dollars overseas to foreign nations to help them with their own economic troubles and to recover from disasters when we need that money for those very same problems within our own country.

Foreign countries also have developed methods, policies, and government systems that work best for them. Often when America becomes involved in these matters we try to make the others countries operate in the manner we think is best. This must stop. All this does is create the potential to make new enemies and can make the issues worse since we have not dealt with the issue before or have no first hand experience with it our way is hardly ever the best way. By letting other nations resolving their own problems in their way and on their own time we let them face any consequences so can be proceed, learn, and improve and this completely truly settles the matters in question. We did not want other countries getting involved in our affairs, such as the American Civil War since it was our business and did not concern them, so we should show the same respect to other countries and let them resolve their own conflicts and issues in the ways that work best for them.

Additionally by getting involved in the affairs of other countries we can easily get caught up in their conflicts. This is the current situation with Lybia. Those people are not Americans. Therefore that is not our concern. If the people want to get invovled with protecting human rights around the world let them get involved with organizations like Food For The Poor or Sponsor A Child. Leave Governmental and Military organizations out of the issue.

We get involved in the conflicts of foreign affairs we drain our treasury and economy, create potential enemies, stretches our military forces making America a weak target, and prevents need money and resources from going to our problems such as poverty, homelessness, and repairing our national infrastructure. This is come back and hit us. When the United States is eventually in a position where it has to ask for help from other countries, they will use the opportunity to attack us. Countries like North Korea are already in that position. If the day was ever to come where America had trouble they would invade South Korea knowing they would not be able to defend themselves without U.S. support.

The United States needs to leave other countries to their own affairs. This will show respect and help other countries to respect us, it will help make sure make sure we have badly needed money and resources for our problems, and makes sure the current issues are permantely resolved. Working with other countries rather than over then will help keep relation friendly. If we want foreign countries to respect us and to accept that our ways are what work best for us we need to do the same thing for foreign countries as well.

We may need to get involved in certain areas for the sake of our national security and safety but we can do that without going too far. Better restrictions on involvement is the answer. Observe the problem and get involved only when we have to or a threat is posed but otherwise leave foreign countries to their own affairs. Offer assistance first. If it is denied, stay out of it. Establish a set amount of fiancial aid that will go to foreign countries where they get no more beyond that. This will encourage foreign countries relying on the United States to make attempts to take care of themselves as they know America will not take care of them beyond a certain point. If we want to retain good allies work toward improving relations and showing respect for their policies and ways of government, not just constantly buying their loyalty.

The United States already has serious problems of its own such as a dollar that is virtually worthless, a crumbling national infrastructure, a national debt that will soon be impossible to pay off, and a failing economy. It is time to worry about ourselves first and stop sending money overseas but keep it here in America where it belongs to solve our own problems.

Therefore we the undersigned ask you, the United States Congress, to please pass the End All Foreign Aid Act, create better restrictions on getting involved in foreign affairs, not getting involved where it does not concern us, improve our relations and friendly terms with foreign countries, and keep our money and revenue within America for our own serious problems such as re-investing it into our struggling economy to help make sure that it fully recovers and relieve budgets restraints on issues such as Medicare and Education to keep them strong. Thank you for listening to our comments.

End All Foreign Aid Act


PREAMBLE: Whereas The United States Economy is suffering from lack of available funds, and since the funds going overseas to foreign countries is needed for matters in The United States, and since the economies of foreign countries are gaining on that of America, and since many foreign countries deeply resent The United States managing their affairs and would rather operate in the ways that work best for them, and since The United States would maintain better with foreign relations by allowing foreign countries to do with their own matters.


SECTION 1: Let all foreign countries that currently receive continuous foreign aid from The United States in any way, shape, or form be informed that it will be reduced by 50% on January 1, 2013 and then completely removed on June 1, 2013.


SECTION 2: Let all foreign aid that The United States currently sends to any and all foreign countries, as defined in SECTION 1, be diverted to resolving issues within the United States.


SECTION 3: Let The United States provide a set amount of foreign aid to be given to other countries only in the event of a state of national emergency for them with any additional funds coming only from personal individual donations and otherwise respecting their ways and improving relations as a way to maintain strong allies while keeping American money in The United States seeking permission to provide aid and not do so if requested to leave the matter at hand to the country currently involved in it.



SECTION 4: Let all foreign aid that is diverted to dealing with issues or matters of concern within The United States be divided even yearly and serve as federal funding for the following domestic issues.


     SUB-SECTION A: A total of 20% directly to a fund to pay off the United States
               National Debt.


     SUB-SECTION B: A total of 20% directly into repairing and strengthening Social
              Security, Medicare, and Welfare.


     SUB-SECTION C: A total of 20% directly into strengthening border security to prevent
               entry of illegal immigrants and improving methods of locating those already
                within America.


     SUB-SECTION D: A total of 20% directly into poverty and homelessness relief
               programs.
     SUB-SECTION E: A total of 20% directly into creating affordable educational
              programs for all Americans.


SECTION 5: Let all foreign countries that receive aid from The United States be left alone in their affairs, developing the methods of government and society that is best for them and be co-operated with and respected for that by The United States to retrain allied ties.



SECTION 6: This bill shall go into effect 60 days after passage.

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