Why We Fight Film Analysis

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Why We Fight Documentary Why we fight is a 2005 documentary film directed by Eugene Jarecki about the United States' relationship with war. The documentary describes the rise and the maintenance of the United States military-industrial complex, what refers to a close symbiotic relationship among armed forces, it's private industry, it's associated political and commercial interests. The film launches nonpartisan inquiry into the forces of political, economic and ideological beliefs that drive America a to fight. In a military-industrial complex system, the military is depended on industry to supply the material and other support, while the defence industry depends on the government for revenue, and it's involvement in the wars led by the United States during the last fifty years, and particularly the invasion of Iraq in 2003. The film points out that every decade since World War II, the American public has been told a lie to bring into war to fuel the military-economic machine, which in return maintains Americas dominance. Industrial military complex is three linked to the military, industry and congress. For a congress defence bending it means job. Loosing a hundred defence jobs in the district could mean a hundred boats, its not just a 100 workers, its…show more content…
Military officers job is not to look who is with him and who is against, their job is to have the squat prepared and be ready to go to war. And democracy is all about some people agreeing and disagreeing. And now military has become a career, and "you can be all you want to be", they appeal of peoples self interest, and put them I to a situation of self sacrifice. But say that people will learn a trade, and be able to go to college after they finish their service. That is what gets people sucked in, because its an easy way out for someone who have gone through a depressing time, and weren't able to get any sort of

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