Davey | 18.03.2009 08:15
The Welsh Assembly Government has supported the development of Aberporth as
one of the leading testing areas for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in
Taro Naw, the BBC's Welsh language current affairs programme on S4C, asked
the assembly government if it was concerned that the company's involvement
could directly or indirectly benefit the Israeli armed forces.
An assembly government spokesman told the programme that it "wouldn't
knowingly invest in any project that could be used in any form of human
rights abuse". http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/mid/7948165.stm
Tritech in wrexham make Mouldings for Thales an isreali military company,
who happen to be going to the aerolink war fair on the 7 April
engine makers who do in fact supply parc aperborth,
SO WHAT WE HAVE IN PLACE ARE A BUCH OF HIGHLY PAYED PROFFESSIONALS THAT ARE UNWARE OF WHAT THEY ARE FUNDING AT PARC ABERPORTH, SURLEY IS THIS A WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY,IN FUNDING SOMTHING WAG IS NOT REALLY AWARE OF?
IN FACT WAG ARE FULLY AWARE AS I SEND 2 LETTERS OVER A YEAR AGO AND STILL WAITING FOR A RESPONCE, AGAIN ALL LIES