The defense industry’s ‘Islam problem’ and the allegiance question

According to Byron Callan, an analyst with research firm Capital Alpha Partners, “President Trump may prove offensive to Islamic states and those countries could seek alternative sources of weapons systems.”

Another defense industry lobbyist was quoted as saying that “anti-Muslim rhetoric absolutely does not help when you’re trying to sell to the Middle East.”


 

There are no allies to be had among Islamic states.

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  • Blacksmith

    “President Trump may prove offensive to Islamic states and those countries could seek alternative sources of weapons systems.”
    He says that like its a bad thing, Obutthole has been the greatest gun salesman in history, to Americans who are trying to protect themselves from the divisive racist agenda, to the pisslamist in the ME he is selling more weapons than anyone in history I bet.

    • Heck, they just intercepted 2 Hellfire missiles on a flight to Portland from Lebanon.

      • moraywatson

        Is there a refundable 10 cent deposit on missiles?

    • V10_Rob

      So, it’s official then? The Military Industrial Complex hates Trump?

    • Kell

      He’s probably GIVING them to the assholes in the ME!

  • Who cares what the Islamic cultists think!

  • Spatchcocked

    As Howard Hugh’s father said to those that complained he charged too much for use of the Hugh’s drilling tool bit technology…..” You can always use a pick and shovel”.

  • Spatchcocked

    They’ll pay for what gives them the best odds of survival….
    It’s got nothing to do with religion or ethnicity ….

  • Spatchcocked

    Trump is the strong man on the strong horse!……..they’ll love and respect him so much it hurts.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    It’s as though the umma were monolithic. There will be sales under Trump where it is in our defense interests to do so.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Money is green.

  • John

    If the Saudis or Kuwaitis buy American military hardware, they’ll have no choice but to continue sourcing spare parts for that hardware from The States. It’s not as though MIGs and F18s are compatible.

    • Saudi has already made significant buys from Russia. Even they will run out of money eventually.

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        Especially once they’re paying $100 a barrel for water.

  • Kell

    then they can use slingshots! F them! EVERY time ANY one has tried to help them they’ve re-paid that by pissing in their faces, F islam, double F muslims and mo-ham-head is sucking donkey dicks in hell! F him too!

  • 20thCenturyVole

    kinda hard to find replacements for those patriot batteries, isn’t it? And all those planes need parts and spares. Maybe the EU will sell some.