Why We Fight Reviews
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to see what is pretty damn obvious, war on Irak, (as most of the wars america has entered) was motivated seeking only one thing: Domination and control of the politics in the middle east and it's precious black gold...
War is a bussines, a billion dollar bussines. With an economy that expends 20 cents of every dollar in guns and "defense" bussines is Good!.
I say the same shit about Venezuela, why on earth do we need 100 fucking war airplanes? easy answer: a few corrupted politicians are payed by companies to gain the fucking contract...... who on earth would we fight? We only have three inmediate neighbors: Panama, Colombia and Brazil... well there wouldn't be much of a war they all would kick our ass... Brazil has 200 million of habitants and like 25 times our econmy size, colombia has two times our population plus american bases and guns that USA gives to them to "fight terrorism" (more like to set our position near to that tasty Venezuelan oil) and Panama also has the inmediate support and the american bases so... why don't we take that fucking 100 airplanes and expend that money on building hospitals, schools and fucking roads that are really needed... damn if you want to expend money expend on fucking inside security POLICE is wath we need no fucking army...
this movie states pretty obvious points (at least to me are obvious tough it doesn't seem to be that obvious up there), and it definitively is sided towards a more lefthanded politic side.
Sincerely i don't know why america fear so much of more social politic inclinations, down here it's hard to live i won't deny it, but it's certainly a more human approach to government, damn even the right parties here are named "SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC" and have "socialist" (or may i say based on eropean models) visions on basic human rights as Health an education (wich is free even trough college, and not only are public colleges free, they are among the best in the country)...
anyway watch the movie, you may agree or disagree but surely will make you think.
I liked this documentary because it was as damning as a Michael Moore film and much less sentimental, and the message was stronger because of it. There are situations that just make you throw your hands in the air, and the Iraq War is certainly one of them. Worthy of its accolades, no question.
Everyone should be happy they live in a country where we don't get attacked. in the middle of the night over bullshit.
But why should we still be happy if we can't even allow free speech to exist, in the case of Wikileaks and in the case of the most evil company in the world, Monsanto (see Food Inc.). Criticism is not a bad thing.
But more importantly what is being done now by our own government and politicians to improve America, to make it better, is nothing. I do see a reason as to why people do not vote. There will be no change, though there is always room for improvement!