The strange case of the weapons maker and the Australian children's charity | Paul Daley

An anti-war group accused BAE Systems Australia of trying to sanitise its reputation through its ‘partnership’ with The Smith Family

Many are the ways a multinational arms manufacturer, whose products are responsible for the deaths of countless humans including children, may seek reputational enhancement.

Merchants of death may fund a range of cash-strapped tertiary institutions for Stem (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) programs, as happens in Australia now.

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