Coronavirus outbreak: Investments in military need to continue during pandemic Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp source Comments comments RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Coronavirus: McLaren weighs sale of stake in Components One workforce | Enterprise Information Coronavirus: Workers at rooster manufacturing unit supplying M&S self-isolate after COVID-19 outbreak | UK Information $50bn tie-up between PSA and Fiat Chrysler faces in-depth EU probe | Enterprise Information 5 COMMENTS Propaganda are from Big T administration, why don’t NATO investigate! As per the study from University of Cambridge on CV19 which state most of A stains of CV19 are found in America and Australia. B stains of CV19 are found in China and SouthEast Asia. These are information from scientists not politicians! Reply More weapons are needed to rule us slaves. A militarized world will be good to keep the population down, and our "carbon" footprint too. Looking great folks, your cell phones will now have a use, to track you. Reply If there was ever a time to create peace within this wonderful world of ours, it is now.But as normal, the dimwits within governments fear that taking the route of peace by nuclear disarmament shows weakness. Well in fact to look for peace without violence is courageous and should be condoned 🕊️🙏🏻🕊️ Reply Canadian Military have been unfunded for decades now. Reply Model unemployed for 6 months without tax revenue nicely and in an on knees way. You got clean girls. Chlna got 500 million factory workers looking for girl. India???? One child? Half Canadian girls inside. Nice lawn at the rich areas.. HQ inside the wire here. Bug eats apathy kils growing 50002 on 9:12 Friday….so… Pay them Richie rich…please. doing another tax backflip lazy bones…blue cash is for ourside the USA waves. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.