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John Perkins, former economist at the World Bank and author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, believes that RoldEs was assassinated because his plan to reorganise his country's hydrocarbon sector would have threatened US interests.
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins (2004) was a runaway bestseller because the book described in some detail how developing countries are brought to their knees by corrupt practices through plots by a foreign government agency.
Being of direct relevance to the third world indebted economies, the following lines from the book Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man by the renegade US economist John Perkins are never going to lose their attraction for those interested in comprehending the intricacy and deceitfulness of global political and economic systems.
The would be president of government of South Sudan needs to carefully read John Perkins' book: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, not to take it literally, but to learn something from it.
In his 2004 bestseller Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins writes of his time as chief economist with a Boston-based investment bank.
John Perkins' Confessions of an Economic Hit Man was a wake-up call for many, an insider's account of doing dirty work for giant global companies in league with the U.
Solomon's early sins read more like the confessions of Saint Augustine than the confessions of an economic hit man.
In Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins described his involvement in a shadowy global corporate capitalist world of corruption and covert activity in which "economic hit men" bribed and economically threatened government officials and others in order to pursue the objectives of their corporate masters and the allied US government, while CIA agents and other "jackals" pursued the same agenda with more forceful means, including coups and assassinations, in those cases where the economic hit men failed.
The third book I bought, apparently much different from the first two, was Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins.
5) John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, decided to publish his tell-all autobiography about his regrettable work as an EHM.
A GAME AS OLD AS EMPIRE: THE SECRET WORLD OF ECONOMIC HIT MEN AND THE WEB OF GLOBAL CORRUPTION comes from the author of the best-selling CONFESSIONS OF AN ECONOMIC HIT MAN and expands upon the prior book's theme.