The country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), for the first time in over 2 years, dropped 1.4% to hover at approximately 21 trillion dollars. China remained at close to 15 Trillion dollars, while disgraced enemy Russia is hovering around four trillion dollars.
Lets get into the crunch about the GDP here is where we fail in the United States. When President Biden was vice president under President Obama, they cut the space program and retired the space shuttle. The biggest mistake is when they cancelled the space program. Let me explain how our country could have benefited from the space program.
For every dollar spent on the space program we get back 14 to 17 dollars into our GDP from the technologies released, allowing for further development and profit from the private sector. So when Biden canceled the space program, he cut the legs out from the normal, hard-working Americans. Joe Biden is so dense at not seeing this obvious economic fact that he couldn’t even color on a blank piece of paper.
Nearly ten years ago (my, how time flies!), I wrote a copyrighted speech on oil policy. Now lets jump back to the present I plan to invest 10 trillion dollars into our space policy and build three space stations. I mean massive space stations, at least ten times the size of the current International Space Station, with at least 12 scientific bays, 6 experimentation wings, and complete living quarters for dozens of scientists. That 10 trillion dollars will eventually jump our GDP up to 170 trillion dollars, plus the 20 we currently make, so up to 190 trillion dollars would register into our GDP.
From the standpoint of national defense, punning the infamous phrase uttered by Nikita Khrushchev from the old Soviet Union, we will bury China and Russia without having to fire a shot. Remember, our space stations will be so large we will be able to fill space with a Space defense that will make China and Russia think twice before expanding their own military capabilities. Ultimately, though, we want to bring the world together peacefully to ultimately allow the billions of citizens on Earth the ability to work, raise families, and enjoy life as well as any American. ONLY by establishing our peacefully-achieved superiority in space can we get to that point.