Thursday, November 3, 2016

More bit parts for Israeli Defense Ministry's Avionics Armaments division

Woodstock's weapons contractor continues to send bit parts to Israel's bloated military machine. A recent contract is tiny (only $80) but testifies to Ametek Rotron's continuing commitment to supplying this foreign power with weapons components (see our post dated Sept. 30 for another recent contract). $80 buys the Israeli Defense Ministry 5 annular ball bearings.

Why concern ourselves with such a small matter? Because it reminds us that even in Woodstock, renowned worldwide for peace and love, our economy is geared to producing weapons of war and repression rather than anything actually useful. What can we do about it?

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