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100pr00f
08-27-2008, 08:29 AM
http://iraqforsale.org/

contracts threw the government

kbr and Halliburton automatically get contracts to run iraq

while they get profits for spending money

while spending over a billion $ they get double that back
so what they do to spent that money

they rip the government off

by

importing leased $45,000 cars and suv were they spend over 1000$ a day for one car

over a year they spend over 250,000$ to lease one car

they send their employees to stay at top rated hotels in the world
while getting paid for their own recreation times

managers get h2 hummers and escalads

in iraq

they got a contract to feed soldiers

their times for eating are based 3 times a day
which makes line up to 5000 solders awaiting for food
and are attack several times aday cuz of that
its cheaper to stay open only 3 times a day rather then having a 24 hr eat any time u want

kbr also get paid for how meny soldiers they feed per day
they charge 100$ per bag of laundry to be washed and have set time for how long they dry for

clothes come back still dirty ..and damp

kpr has a contract to purify and distribute water to the solders

the water aint purified and soldiers are are get sick and dying

its cheaper not to purify the water


kpr has a contract to runs loads to bases

they import 300,000$ trucks but dont import oil so after the oil drys up and the trucks blow up they burn up the trucks and buy new ones

they dont import tires

if a truck gets a flat they burn up the truck and buy new one

they get paid by runs
so they got trucks running with empty trailers

they hire USA citizens they are risking their lives for a empty trailer

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100pr00f
08-27-2008, 08:40 AM
this all remids me of that show jerico


black water = raven wood

Edgar Erebus
08-27-2008, 01:02 PM
The best thing about all that is: what can be done?


For real, I'm asking y'all that: what to do about such economic crime?

diggy
08-27-2008, 01:45 PM
As I listened to them talk about private contractors doing most of the work, it reminded me of Army of Two.

Anyways, I don't feel sorry for the son who lost his life there. When you go to a war (especially one that is unjustified), that's the deal - Kill or be killed. You don't wanna die in a war, find another job.

I don't agree with senseless wars.