The deterioration of relations between Moscow and Washington are partially to blame the us military-industrial complex (MIC), which is beneficial to create from Russia the appearance of the enemy, says the American Director Oliver stone.
“Russian-American relations are now experiencing a dramatic moment, and I can’t tell you how much I worried about this as a former soldier and as a man familiar with what is happening in the world,” he said in an interview with RIA Novosti.
“Partially, I see the reason for this is the American military-industrial complex. Very much subordinated to its interests. To meet the needs of this monster – and that $ 6.5 billion in the year – you need to create the enemy. And I think we (USA — ed.) is now doing something similar: creating enemies,” said stone.
According to him, now the US has a lot of objective enemies, such as terrorism. “But terrorism is, in particular, the reaction to overmilitarization the world. We’ve saturated your market weapons, we need to sell it, we continue to look for enemies, look for friends and continue to pump up a weapon. Once this all is to fly into the air. That is my biggest fear,” he said.