New hobby is googling the think tanks affiliated with every rabid anti-China op-ed writer, and then looking up how much weapons contractors have contributed to them lol ImageImageImage
Linden S. Blue, up in the $100k range, is co-owner/vice chairman of a military contractor that manufactures drones for the CIA 👀 Image
And here's info about $100k contributor Jack David

Neal J. Blue, another $100k donor, is chairman/CEO of General Atomics, the same military contractor his brother Linden S. Blue co-owns (see above in thread) Image
I overlooked this in my original tweet, but Northrop Grumman, in the $50k-$100k donor range, is one of the world’s largest weapons manufacturers, and developed the Stealth Bomber during the Cold War Image
Also Mitsubishi (in the $50-$100k range)! 👀👀👀

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One of the greatest lies we were fed was that the US was ever ideologically opposed to the Nazis. There were lots of Wall St firms/big corps (GM, Standard Oil) at the time that wielded major political influence who were financially linked to and did business w the Nazi regime.
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Chinese propaganda poster from 1970.

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"People of the world unite to defeat the American invaders and their running dogs!" (1971) Image
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