Confessions of an Economic: Hitman

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Economic Hitman
I decided to talk about Economic Hitman because since I opened the web site, I got attracted by this quote “Dedicated to transforming the world into a sustainable, just and peaceful home where all beings can thrive”, by John Perkins who is an American author and one of the famous economist person in the world because he claims to have played a role in an supposed process of economic establishment of Third World countries on behalf of what he shows as a section of the United States government. His best book is Confessions of an Economic HitMan that was published in 2004. John Perkins worked directly with the World Bank, IMF, and many other global financial institutions and corporations, but he was one of the economic Hitman. According to Perkins, he described himself as a former economic hit man who was highly paid professional who cheated countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars; however, he quit his job because of morally and ethically reasons in the 1980s. He stated, "When 9/11 struck, I had a change of heart." also, he think that it is illegal and it is wrong to play such a key role in creating world empire at the expense of the less advantaged around the world. According to Perkins, he says that he was actually an “"Economic HitMan." His job was to convince countries that are strategically important to the United States to accept enormous loans for infrastructure development and to make sure that the lucrative projects were contracted to U.S. corporations”. In Other word, Perkins says that his job requires him to work to the United States in order to convince other countries to serve purposes for the government of the United States by influencing them to borrow enormous loans from U.S.
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...ep the money in the bank because the bank is the safest places to keep money. In addition, investing money in stock is the best way to make the business grow because stocks have the highest returns of any asset. Lesson 9 is full of important information about credit -card debt. According to the lesson 9, “The average American household with at least one credit card has nearly $15,950 in credit-card debt”. People borrow a lot of money that they cannot afford to pay back. Falling into a debt is the fastest way that people face because some people use their credit card for meals and vacations, but they cannot afford to pay off their monthly bills. Thus, people should write everything they spend for a month because a lot of people spend thousands of money without thinking about what they are buying in order to start saving the money and reduce the debt quickly.

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