Iraq for Sale (2006)

The War Profiteers


The documentary “Why We Fight” presented here shows how in the past five decades the U.S. economy has been widely building on a military-industrial complex. It addresses the fact that war can be hold as a profitable business.  The Iraq war has become the best example of such a business.

The documentary “Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers” reveals the actions of U.S. corporate contractors in the U.S.-Iraq war. Interviews with employees and former employees of such companies as Halliburton, CACI, and KBR suggest that government cronyism is behind apparent “sweetheart” deals that give such contractors enormous freedom to profit from supplying support and material to American troops while providing little oversight.  Former employees discuss the claim that the companies cared more for profit than for the welfare of their own workers, and soldiers indicate that the quality of services provided is well below standard and severely in contradiction to the comparatively huge profits being generated. (Text partially taken from here.)

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Related ‘docs’ @ Critical Docs: The World According to Bush (2004),  No End in Sight (2007)Uncovered: The War on Iraq (2004)


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