Film director and producer Robert Greenwald is the co-founder, along with actor
Mike Farrell, of Artists United to Win Without War (AUWWW), a political activist group formed by hundreds of Hollywood actors, directors, and industry personnel who oppose the Bush Administration's war and liberation efforts in Iraq. Citing the "flawed case for war in Iraq," this group calls for an investigation into claims that weapons of mass destruction were being manufactured in Iraq. AUWWW is associated with MoveOn.org, an online political activist group that has generated hundreds of millions of dollars for leftwing political campaigns.
Greenwald produced and directed the 2000 film Steal This Movie, which lionizes the 1960s radical and drug felon Abby Hoffman. Two years later, he produced Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election, a film that purports to expose "the battle for the Presidency in Florida and the undermining of democracy in America."
In 2003, Greenwald was the executive producer of a one-sided and tendentious documentary titled Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War. The film's tagline reads, "the story of how truth became the first American casualty in Iraq." According to the website TruthUncovered.com, "This controversial and arresting film takes you behind the walls of government, as CIA, Pentagon and foreign service experts speak out, many for the first time, detailing the lies, misstatements and exaggerations that served as the reasons to fight a 'preemptive' war that wasn't necessary. The war with Iraq brought about unparalleled resistance, both in the streets and in the chambers of government….Throughout the fall of 2002, and into the weeks preceding the war in Iraq, the Bush administration systematically distorted intelligence evidence and misled the public in order to turn opinion favor of 'regime change' in Iraq." The film begins by misstating the rationale for the war in Iraq and rapidly degenerates from there.
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