Economic Hit Men
John Perkins "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" plus "The Trillion-Dollar Lawsuit That Could End Financial Tyranny"
Date: 6/6/2011 8:24:54 PM ( 10 y ) ... viewed 1515 times
It's like a game and fortunately one of the players stopped playing. He was about to write a book as an insider (turned whistle blower) but then was persuaded not to. Then September 11th changed his mind. If nothing else just read the "concise summary" at the link
"These economic hitmen would never be paid by the government; instead, they would draw their salaries from the private sector. As a result, their dirty work, if exposed, would be chalked up to corporate greed rather than to government policy. In addition, the corporations that hired them, although paid by government agencies and their multinational banking counterparts (with taxpayer money), would be insulated from congressional oversight and public scrutiny, shielded by a growing body of legal initiatives, including trademark, international trade, and Freedom of Information laws."
"The book was amazing and I empathize with the comments: STILL a MUST read even if the author's intentions were not as noble as stated. The exposure of governmental practices is PRICELESS. I highly recommend that you READ IT (Just don't lose any tears on John)."
December 19, 2011 - Here's another kind of "Economic Hit men": "The Trillion-Dollar Lawsuit That Could End Financial Tyranny," by David Wilcock:
"The only real shot you have at changing the world is by changing the people in the world -- including those within these groups.
You can't do that by stepping in, acting like a hot shot and telling them what to do. You have to listen to them, understand them, find out what they want, what they need and why they have been hurting so much.
And that's called love."
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