Why, we are. Annie Jacobsen explains how in Women’s Wall Street (thanks to the Constantinopolitan Irredentist):
The Center for Security Policy, a non-partisan, non-profit project in Washington DC., recently released an analysis of the investment patterns of America’s public pension funds. The 100+ page report, The Terrorism Investments of The 50 States, points out that America’s top 100 pension systems invest between 15 to 23 percent of their portfolios in companies doing business in terrorist-sponsoring states. The State Department identifies terrorist-sponsoring states as Iran, Syria, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, Cuba and Saddam Hussein’s Iraq.
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