Tag: Iraq

In Profile : BAe Systems

British Aerospace (BAe) was first formed as a nationalised corporation in April 1977 by the merger of the British Aircraft Corporation, Hawker Siddeley Aviation, Hawker Siddeley Dynamics and Scottish Aviation. State control over the arms trade didn’t survive for very long under the Thatcher government. The biggest change for BAe came, however, in January 1999, when the company announced its merger with GEC’s Marconi Electronic Systems business (essentially the arms dealing side of GEC Marconi).

In Profile : Margaret Thatcher a legacy of domestic destruction, corporatism, and war

Hitler loved corporatism, Thatcher incorporated Great Britain. There Iron lady’s entire time in office was so in the midst of international banking intelligence circles, not only in her strategy for domestic terrorism, but in league with George H Bush as the man behind Ronald Reagan, together they exported the terrorism of the arms dealing fraternity to the global community while their own minds where coerced by fears of constant threat of nuclear disaster with nukes apparently lost. David Cameron as her then special boy, took care of the nuclear problem