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    • zionist forever
    • 15.02.11 | 15:17 (IST)

    Tony as we are on the subject of weapons I meant to ask you how the people of Denmark feel about the fact that your country invested hundreds of millions to develop the F35 fighter and you will not be getting your planes till after Israel. Also Israel who invested nothing will be unlike any of the partners who financed the planes development will be allowed to install its own electronic systems, the planes bomb bay will be modified to accept Israeli designed missiles while you guys will have to use American ones and also the wings for a third of all F35 sales sold worldwide will be made in Israel. So when you do get your planes you may find the wings were made in Israel so Denmark that already invested hundreds oif millions is making billions for Israel as it makes the wings for Denmarks planes. Just wondered how Danish people felt about that as you are from Denmark

    from the article: Egypt, Israel, and the sudden return of Land for Peace
    First published 09:17 14.02.11 | Last updated 09:17 14.02.11
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