On the Wing

Flying in the face of widespread left wing extremism!

If You Can’t Beat ’em, Buy ’em

Posted by Exile on January 11, 2008

I wonder if anyone else finds this a bit creepy?

Danish companies are enjoying increasing attention from Arabic investment funds, according to financial daily Børsen.

‘We are immensely interested in Denmark and the Nordic region. The countries are politically and economically stable,’ said Abdulla Saleh Janahi, managing director of United International Bank.
The bank bought the Danish company Kosan Crisplant on Tuesday.

Half a year ago, a capital investment fund with headquarters in Bahrain bought Icopal, another Danish company.

Kosan are well placed in the bottled gas industry. Icopal make roofing and insulation materials.

File it under miscellaneous in the intelligence archive!

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One Response to “If You Can’t Beat ’em, Buy ’em”

  1. JJ said

    Perhaps they have learned well from the tactics of the World Bank which has been headed some less than dovish personalities. McNamara and Wolfowitz to name two. The USA has been less than stellar in it’s support of the bank and it’s lending policies. Though I am a devout supporter of my country, the bank has been nothing more than a tool to subvert poor nations. I would direct your attention to a book entitled “Confessions of an Economic Hitman” by John Perkins. His site is http://www.johnperkins.org/

    Perkins has never been sued for libel nor slander for anything he has disclosed in his books. He was initially a CIA officer. Then became an economic hitman. When his policies failed the men in black came in to erase the life of those who would not comply.

    I continue to support our efforts in the middle east in killing those of perverted Islam.

    But do understand some of our errors.

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