Death Sellers


These companies sell death. We believe they sell the capability to slaughter children in foreign countries to the United States government. We ask that you divest from them. We have identified their stock symbols and the markets on which they are traded. As we get more information, we expect to indicate mutual funds and 401K management companies that invest in these stocks, so you can divest from those, as well.

End the wars, divest from death.

For purposes of this listing, the word corporation or incorporated has been replaced with “corpse,” the word “public” has been replaced with “pubic” and the term “death deals” refers to contracts with the baby killers at the United States department of defense, including any branch of the military. Figures have been rounded up or down to the nearest tenth of a billion.

Lockheed Martin Corpse $27.3 billion in 2007 death deals. New York Stock Exchange symbol LMT. Total worldwide sales of death by government $43 billion in 2008 making them the worst vermin in the world in terms of dollar sales of massacre machines. They made profits of $5 billion on the deaths of children. The names of their blood-soaked senior executives including detailed pages on some are available here:

Boeing Corpse $20.9 billion in 2007 death deals. New York Stock Exchange and Dow Jones Industrial Average component, symbol BA. Revenues dealing in death for 2008, $61 billion. Net income, including profits from death, $2.7 billion. Senior executives and facts and figures on how much they profit from death (and how much from building airplanes for the commercial airline cartel that operates in restraint of trade) found here:

Northrup Grumman Corpse $16.8 billion in 2007 death deals. New York Stock Exchange symbol NOC. Their 2008 net income was negative $1.2 billion. More information on their role in building ships and planes for the purpose of slaughtering children found here:

General Dynamics Corpse $11.5 billion in 2007 death deals. NYSE symbol GD. Their 2008 revenues were $29.3 billion on which they made about $2.5 billion net income – profits from death. “Old men covered in blood. It never touched them but they’re drowning in it.” GD makes all kinds of electric boats (e.g., submarines) and fighters like the F16. They also make armored vehicles like the M1 tank. In addition to selling death to the USA military, they sell various products to foreign governments for slaughtering civilians and keeping the masses in perpetual slavery.

Raytheon Corpse $10.4 billion in 2007 death deals. NYSE symbol RTN. On $23.2 billion in 2008 revenues they made about $1.7 billion profits. These guys make actual missiles to actually slaughter civilians. And, you know, incoming missiles, the occasional military target. Maybe some little children when they get the opportunity. They also have an intelligence systems division that does spy equipment for the perverts who are watching you masturbate.

FBI pervert peeks out from keyboard

FBI pervert peeks out from keyboard

KBR Corpse $6 billion in 2007 death deals. NYSE symbol KBR. Looks like they made $319 million profit on 2008 revenues of $11.6 billion. (So, not very well managed for shareholders.)

These scum are actually slavers. They are accused of human trafficking in a case involving more than a dozen men, many of whom died in the care of KBR’s subcontractor. They are the filth that built the camp at Guantanamo to illegally and unconstitutionally detain and torture to death captives of the USA military.

KBR employees including Americans and those from other countries are deliberately put in harm’s way by the filthy scum who manage KBR. The management have gotten 81 of their people killed and 380 wounded as of June 2008.

The Army has charged KBR with shoddy electrical work apparently involved in the death by electrocution of some soldiers. KBR management revel in their role in slaughtering, judging by their conduct in these cases. Since they inspected a building and found electrical problems eleven months before one of the deaths, we must suppose that the KBR management wanted to leave the opportunity to kill a soldier by electrocution available as a possibility. Or maybe not killing anyone didn’t get their attention?

These filthy KBR scum were deeply connected to vicious tyrant Lyndon Johnson who slaughtered millions of people in Southeast Asia. KBR was there to screw over the soldier and enjoy profits from sketchy military contracts, judging by the results. They also have had a cushy relationship with vile villain Dick Cheney.

A KBR employee was gang raped in Iraq in 2005 according to sworn testimony before Congress. We must suppose that management knew of this incident and condoned it, judging by the character of their death dealing, mass murder supporting, civilian torturing and other vile sin related contracts.

As if a stunning array of bad behavior wasn’t already demonstrated, KBR was charged in 2009 with bribing Nigerian officials. Apparently they got involved in some scam where they were promised a $7.5 billion deal and all they had to do was bribe some key people with tens of millions of dollars. Weren’t they smart enough to click “delete” on the Nigerian scam e-mail? Guess not. They were convicted and order to pay over $400 million in fines. Nigeria has been butchering Christians, again. Isn’t that zany? Your tax dollars prop up a scum bag company like KBR that bribes Nigerians who use their power to slaughter religious minorities in their country, it seems.

Maybe the management of KBR should be put on trial for treason, for making war on the United States, for fraud, perjury, murder, manslaughter, rape, and other crimes against humanity. If convicted, the penalty of death by firing squad seems about right. Or let some trap doors fall open. Snap.

L3 Communist Holdings $5 billion in 2007 death deals. Oops, that should be L3 Communications. NYSE symbol LLL. $14 billion in 2007 revenues selling spy stuff to the USA equivalent of the Stasi, KGB, etc. One of the Ls stands for now-defunct Lehman Brothers. This conglomerate of spy agency contracts resulted from the huge merger of Lockheed and Martin back in 1997. Selling death since then.,_Inc.

United Technologies Corpse. $4.6 billion in 2007 death deals.

BAE Systems $4.5 billion in 2007 death deals.

SAIC $3.4 billion in 2007 death deals.

General Electric Corpse $2.9 billion in 2007 death deals.

Computer Sciences Corpse $2.8 billion in 2007 death deals. NYSE symbol CSC. Their 2008 revenue overall was $16.7 billion. More details here:

Humana Inc. $2.6 billion in 2007 death deals.

Health Net Corpse $2.1 billion in 2007 death deals.

Triwest Healthcare Alliance Corpse $2 billion in 2007 death deals

EDS $2 billion in 2007 death deals.

Pubic Warehousing Corpse KSC $1.8 billion in 2007 death deals.

ITT $1.7 billion in 2007 death deals.

Textron Corpse $1.7 billion in 2007 death deals.

Honeywell Corpse $1.5 billion in 2007 death deals.

URS Corpse $1.5 billion in 2007 death deals.

Harris Corpse $1.3 billion in 2007 death deals

Amerisource Bergen Corpse $1.3 billion in 2007 death deals.

Bechtel Group Corpse $1.3 billion in 2007 death deals.

FedEx Corpse $1.3 billion in 2007 death deals.

Alliant Techsystems Corpse $1.3 billion in 2007 death deals.

Booz Allen Hamilton Corpse $1.2 billion in 2007 death deals. We believe BAH, headquartered in McLean, Virginia, is a CIA contractor, as well as a defense death merchant. Privately held. If you work for them, quit. If you don’t quit, you have no honor.

BP PLCorpse $1.2 billion in 2007 death deals.

DRS Technologies Corpse $1.2 billion in 2007 death deals.

Exxon Mobil Corpse $1.2 billion in 2007 death deals.

Kuwait National Petroleum Corpse $1 billion in 2007 death deals.

The Alliance Contractor Team $1 billion in 2007 death deals.

Renco Corpse $1 billion in 2007 death deals.

MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings $1 billion in 2007 death deals.

The above 34 companies represent about $148 billion in sales to the defense department baby killing death machine. This figure is a bit less than half the $306 billion sold by the top 100 death merchants. I stopped here when the number ran below a billion (rounding up to the nearest tenth of a billion).

We’ll get the rest of those top 100, and others, on the blog as time goes on. Feel free to comment on any of these companies here, or on companies you think we should investigate for their involvement in bombing villages and slaughtering children in foreign countries – or in this one.



6 Responses to “Death Sellers”

  1. Mark Herpel Says:

    I have a brother who works at Northrup Grumman in CA, he’s not a baby killer, he’s a nice guy with two kids. Don’t you think you are taking this just a bit too far Jim?


  2. Jim Davidson Says:

    I am clearly not taking it far enough, Mark. Your brother works for a company that makes death machines for the military to use in slaughtering children. You don’t say what he does.

    Northrup Grumman builds aircraft carriers which are used to project force, to send aircraft to attack people in foreign countries. How many children have been slaughtered by bombs from aircraft carriers built by Northrup Grumman. They also build amphibious assault ships. How many people have been slaughtered by amphibious assaults with their ships? Do you even care?

    Northrup Grumman builds the B2 Bomber. How many children have been exterminated by bombs dropped from the B2? Does your brother work on the B2? What makes you so sure he isn’t a baby killer? Maybe he just doesn’t kill white children in California. Maybe he prefers to work on projects to slaughter brown children in Afghanistan. How do I know he’s a nice guy? Nice people don’t build weapons systems to slaughter children.

    Wikipedia comments, “The US Navy uses Northrop Grumman-built aerial vehicles such as the BQM-74 Chukar, C-2 Greyhound, E-2 Hawkeye, and the EA-6B Prowler. Northrop Grumman provides major components and assemblies for different aircraft such as F/A-18 Hornet, and F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. Many aircraft, such as the F-5, T-38 Talon, and E-2 Hawkeye are used by other nations.”

    Now, you probably think, well, I’ve gone too far accusing the USA military of engaging in treasonous undeclared wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and by proxy and with US military support in Somalia. You haven’t proven it, but let’s say for a moment you think I’ve gone too far. What about these other nations that use these military aircraft to slaughter civilians in their countries? Again, Northrup Grumman makes them, and sells them, and do you care how they are used?

    I’ll tell you when I’ve gone far enough. When war ends. When men and women sit down at conference tables and work through their differences. When men, women, and children are left alone, free to own their property, live their lives, and do their own thing. That’s when I’ve gone far enough.

    Until then, to hell with Northrup Grumman, and to hell with your brother.

  3. Mark Herpel Says:

    Well Jim I have to say that you are no stranger to controversial stands in life. I don’t agree with you 100% on this one but wish you good luck with your campaign and it seems you are not alone.
    Blessed Unrest

    So best of luck climbing this mountain, it’s a big one, we’ll be reading….


  4. Jim Davidson Says:

    Still haven’t heard what your brother actually does for Northrup Grumman. Heh.

    No, I’m not alone. Angela Keaton and Eric Pavao have joined as contributing editors. Alex Newman is planning to join and do a write-up on Halliburton.

    Divestment worked. It worked to end support for Jim Crow laws in the South and it worked to end the apartheid government of South Africa.

    If you want to live in a world without war, without death by government in concentration camps, without the slaughter of young children by bombs, land mines, and military men “going cyclical” then you should sell your investments in death.

    Ask your brother to get a job that doesn’t involve building death machines. It might be the stimulus he needs to start his own business, or move up in the world.

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