Irrelevant notes aside... if you review this thread you'll see that point A, which is the only valid one, has already been addressed a number of times. In short, the US subsidizes the purchasing of its own products, thus improving the industry's stability and further establishing itself through sales with an established high level consumer. No one wants to buy untested equipment. In short, the US "pours" money into a successful business venture in order to cash in on the rewards.
As for the other unrelated and/or exaggerated and made up "points", feel free to kiss Arab ass as much as you like. I'm sure the taste is as good as the Syrian/Egyptian/Yemeni/Iraqi/(take your next pick) massacres. Douche.
Yeah man, cause ~jaakoboou's nationalistic, racist narrative is so in-line with reality he needs to resort to censorship and blocking to hide when someone calls him on his bullshit. This nutjob is fucking hilarious, isn't he?
I'm always shocked to see those buying into the -- completely detached from reality -- Arab narrative. The same type of narrative that can put Ghaddafi led Lybia(!!) at the head of the human rights committee at the UN and give human rights awards to Syria's Assad(!!).
Humor aside... you make a valid point in the case of Egypt and the Palestinian Authority. Both are a serious drain of corruption and pointless money throwing to support people who are not going to get better or more in line with American values. Last I checked they were saying Arafat stashed about 1 billion of the international aid.... tax money going to good use.