Merchants of death, bad London museum sponsors


This video says about itself:

Saudi airstrike in Yemen kills at least 20 civilians including rescuers, MSF paramedic

22 jan. 2016

Almost two dozen people, including civilian rescuers and an ambulance driver from an MSF-affiliated hospital, have reportedly been killed after Saudi-led coalition planes carried out repeated airstrikes on the same target in Sa’ada province, Yemen. Read more here.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Rally attacks Airbus link to Science Museum

Monday 16th May 2016

PEACE campaigners staged a demo outside the London Science Museum on Saturday against its decision to accept funds from arms firm Airbus.

Activists from Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) gathered to protest against the sponsorship of Leonardo da Vinci exhibition ‘The Mechanics of Genius’ by a firm which sells weapons to human rights-abusing regimes.

Airbus makes fighter jets used by Saudi Arabia and UAE in their coalition war against Yemen, which has involved “widespread and systematic” attacks on civilian targets according to the UN.

CAAT London member Philip McMahon said: “Arms companies like Airbus use public institutions such as the Science Museum to gain legitimacy and distract from their otherwise abhorrent business practices.

“We want the Science Museum to end its relationship with Airbus and create an ethical sponsorship policy.”

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