US defense sales to Bahrain rose before crackdown on protesters
A government report says the U.S. approved $200 million in military sales from American companies to Bahrain in 2010, months before the pivotal Persian Gulf ally began a harsh crackdown on protesters.
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#1 Jun 11, 2011
The U.S. just can't loose their naval-base there, so if the government knocks a few heads, so be it...
Of course the banksters stronger than ever before because of the 'Bail-outs' now can totally subsidize Middle-east governments as long as they follow the party-line...
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