Confessions of An Economic Hitman

By Aishah Macgill

Have you ever wondered how the world monetary system really works? How it impacts on our daily life? Have you ever wondered about how the oil industry, the war machine and economics are intertwined? What’s the connection between the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, (IMF) and all those faceless corporations?

What if everything you thought you knew about how our monetary system works was an illusion?

We are living in a time when we are gripped in one of the biggest financial crisis seen in the history of mankind. What does this have to do with Iran, Iraq, Pananma and Indonesia?

There are some enigmatic dynamics at play within our financial system. When you discover the deeper truth about our monetary world, and it’s far reaching tentacles, it will absolutely astound you.

This book is among the biggest eye openers I have ever read.

John Perkins was an “Ecomonic Hit Man”. Most of us have never heard the term before. This is a non-fiction book that is explosive and educational. I was glued to every page and everything he talked about and exposed about his life, (it would have taken enormous courage to come clean about what he has done in the past), made sense and fell into place. Whenever I watch the news or read the papers now, I have a better idea of what’s really going on behind the spoken word. Once you know the truth, you cannot shut your eyes again. But what can we do about it as individuals? As ordinary people of the planet?

This is a must read from me. I first saw John Perkins being interviewed in the Zeitgeist movie. I followed up his books from there. Being an old radical leftie, his book, his life and everything he exposes adds up. With age I had mellowed, wondering perhaps in my youth I was just ‘taken’ by the movement that was anti-uranium mining, anti vietnam war and anti corporate greed. Thirty or more years have passed, and John Perkins has vindicated all my so called paranoia. We were right, we should have kept on marching, shouting and throwing tomatoes at politicians. If the ‘pollies’ can’t save the world, can we? With brave souls like John Perkins willing to stand up and reveal the truth, maybe we can.

I imagine that he must live in an eesnsy teensy bit of fear for his life? Or now that the ‘cat is out of the bag’ he may be safe? Time will tell.

The truth is out there!

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