Review of The Shadow Company.

Posted: October 3, 2007 in Iraq, Politics
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Shadow Company



In the late 20th Century the distinction between soldier and mercenary became blurred. The recent use of private military companies (PMCs) in Iraq has been more extensive than at any time in modern history. The brutal killing of four PMC employees in Fallujah in April 2004 made it clear that these “contractors” are not merely workers in a foreign land. But are the lives of such men the only thing at risk when we privatize warfare?

Shadow Company explores the moral and ethical issues private military solutions create for PMC employees, for the Western governments who foot the bill for their salaries, and for everyday citizens like you. The filmmakers traveled the globe to expose all sides of the issue, interviewing PMC staff, owners and lobbyists, former mercenaries, academics, journalists and top authors. So what is really at risk? See Shadow Company and decide for yourself.



My views: 

This is a really good documentary that I think everyone should watch, with all the disinformation on tv this is one of the few ways to get some really answers to the questions you have.

If you have hear about Blackwater in Iraq, I only have one thing to say; it´s not the only mercenary corp in Iraq.

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WOG out.


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