Blood Money

Blood Money

Wasted Billions, Lost Lives, and Corporate Greed in Iraq

Book - 2006
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This is an explosive indictment of how the Bush Administration wasted billions in Iraq, through sweetheart deals to supporters, outrageous contracts to corrupt companies, and absurdly naive assumptions.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2006.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780316166270
0316166278
Branch Call Number: 956.704431 MIL
Characteristics: xviii, 333 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm

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StarGladiator
Aug 15, 2013

"From reveille to lights out, the American military depended on Halliburton for its existence." (And I would add, highly inferior rifle ammunition manufactured in China, putting those soldiers at risk.) THE book on the real Iraqi War! [But truth to tell, there was no waste involved, as select corporations and individuals made fortunes off that war, which is what the leveraged buyout of America is about, in attempting to take over the global economy, using America as their debt vehicle. The major single theft was that $8.7 billion in missing Iraqi oil funds, which disappeared between the Coalition Provisional Authority [Reuben Jeffery III], and Chase Bank [Daniel Zelikow, Timothy Geithner's bff] and the Federal Reserve Bank of NY [Timothy Geithner].

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