Thursday, February 08, 2007


Last Tuesday, the Oversight Committee of the U. S. Congress began a series of hearings on waste, fraud and abuse in Iraq of taxpayers’ money, focused mainly on Iraqi reconstruction, Homeland Security contracting, and prescription drug pricing. The hearings will finish tomorrow.

In his opening remarks that day, Chairman Henry Waxman stated that the war in Iraq has given private contractors an “unprecedented role” in providing services, even when it is been next to impossible sorting out overhead, subcontracts, sub-subcontracts, profit, and performance.

Who do you think those “private contractors” are? Ha... Halli... Hallibur... Hallipu? Halli something...


Jesper has more interesting information on his blog about this topic. He tells it like it is:

“I´ve been amazed how corrupt the US administration appeared, in what seems to be a very likely case. This, if turns out to be as big as reported, might be regarded as one of the great crimes of our time”.

He also posted a “link” to a very disturbing documentary entitled “Iraq´s missing millions” which describes the current conditions of the Iraqi people after “Mission Accomplished”.



At 10:03 AM, Blogger jesper said...

Thanks for the update. I think that it is refreshing to see that there is something being done about this. I am trying to cover this topic over at my site and will follow this with interest.

At 12:44 AM, Anonymous ZHP said...

You are welcome, man! I think you are doing a great job! Ali´s video is highly disturbing just as this whole issue is.



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