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Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog up to 15 April 2013

Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog

Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog

The total Visits for Tarig Anter WordPress blog from Sept. 16, 2011, up to 15 April, 2013 , was 81,598 visits (4,295-visit monthly average) with 3,704 visits in the last the month only.

All the posts and pages for the period are listed in descending order below (updated each mid-month):

Title                   Views

Obama – Product of Illuminati Breeding Program?         14,937
Home page / Archives         6,674
Who Are the Fulani People & Their Origins?         6,314
Leo Zagami, Ex-Illuminati Issued Dire Warning         3,711
Illuminati Showdown in Middle East         1,929
Best Articles on the Wonderful Sodium Bicarbonate     1,832
US Debt in Graphs and Charts         1,626
U.S. Mass Incarceration of Black Men         1,512
Anti-Fungal Treatment for Candida and Intestinal Yeast Overgrowth     1,282
The Swadeshi Movement         1,267
Who Killed John F. Kennedy?         1,244
American Militarism and Hegemony of Military Establishment         1,171
The Illuminati Plan for 2012: Newt Gingrich vs. Barack Obama         1,158
Globalists Created Wahhabi Terrorism to Destroy Islam and Justify a Global State 1,153
Check Here How Healthy Is Your Diet and Nutrients Sources         970
Truth, Propaganda & Media Manipulation         928
Yeast is Magical and Vital to Human Health         866
America Supports “Democracy” by Hook and Crook         857
US Federal Government Major Corruption & Scandals Since 1945     787
Muslim Brotherhood- Illuminati Tools         780
Best Essential Free Software (Freeware) For Personal Computers     639
Overview and Types of Fungal Infections         578
The House of Rothschild         567
Illuminati Assassins         564
Political Assassinations in the World         545
The West With Islamists Fake Spring Targets Nationalism; Russia and Iran 518
Nigeria’s Boko Haram Could Be a Western-backed Insurgency         495
Human Rights Investigations HRI on Crimes of Obama & His NATO in Libya 494
More Than One Assassin Killed J.F.Kennedy         487
When The Rothschilds Dial 911         450
Ashamed America and Corrupt Liberal Democracy     447
Racial Inequality in Modern United States of America     436
A Chat Between Christian and Muslim in Lebanon     425
Why Africa Must Trash Western Liberal Democracy?…..& Their Way of Life Too? 398
ARAMCO & The House Of Saud         390
Contact Form         380
What Are Qatar Regional Political Roles & Ambitions?         379
Quotes and Comments Attributed to Prince Philip         330
Europe Soverien Debt Crisis Explained. Who Owes Who What?     329
Neoliberalism: Origins, Theory, & Definition Part One/ Four Parts     320
The Gulf Cooperation Council: Rockefeller/Rothschild Puppet Monarchy 319
The RAND Corporation: America’s University of Imperialism         314
Anglo-Saxon Economy Is Most Dangerous Threat for World Peace     309
Islamist Libyan Rebel Sodomized Gaddafi with a Knife         303
The Energy Vampires         299
Illuminati, Nazis & the Illegal State of Israel         298
“End the FED” and Ron Paul Political Positions         298
About Tarig Anter         295
Hillary Clinton Personality Prompt Desire to Pursue Fights         288
The West is Going Too Far Against Syria         281
Global Banking Monopoly         281
IMF Orders African Governments to Remove Fuel Subsidies         278
The Speech That Killed John F. Kennedy         267
Swiss Bankers, BIS & The House Of Rockefeller         263
Liberal Nationalism: Healthy Balance between Nationalism and Liberalism 263
America’s Guide for “Unconventional” Warfare (Insurgencies) P2     259
Successful Treatment for Vitiligo and Arthritis and Others         238
Baking soda, cancer and fungus         232
Afghan History Suppressed: Part III: The Central Asian Grand Chessboard 231
Zionists Control World Finances; Shocking Facts from Dr. David Duke     228
Who Really Control the World?         224
America Bully the World by Regimes Change         220
CIA Created Afghan Heroin Trade         214
War is Business and Business is Good: the USA Rule         208
The world suffers a lot because of the silence of good people     199
Swindles of Modern Liberal Democracy         194
Young Turks to Permanently Control Middle East         193
India Wary as Qatari-based Islamist Activist Yusuf al-Qaradawi  191
America’s Guide for “Unconventional” Warfare (Insurgencies) P1     187
The Nameless War: Contineous International Thuggery     180
Gulf Arab States Must Be Democratized Now         176
Trash Western Liberal Democracy and Their Way of Life Too!     170
Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography         169
Inbred Oil Kings, Bush-League Crime & The End Of The Energy Oligopoly 169
“Occupy Wall Street” Movement         168
Secret Societies & the New World Order         167
New Understanding of Fascism is Needed Now         167
“President Goodluck Jonathan Is A Waste Of Time” Says Isaac Osuoka     164
Liberal Nationalism against Left and Right Politics in Africa         161
Red Scare on America         160
The European Union Is an Evil Plan         160
The Four Horsemen of Banking         153
The Rothschild’s South Sudan Oil Grab         152
“Westerns” Panic from Thabo Mbeki Attack on Neo-imperialism in Africa 152
Terrorism and the Illuminati: A Three Thousand Year History         151
Big Oil & Their Bankers In The Persian Gulf         147
Most Popular Posts on This Blog         145
America Humanitarian Imperialism in Uganda         144
HSBC: The World’s Dirtiest Bank         140
The Three Pillars of National Liberalism         138
Rothschild’s Saudi Lapdog Arms Libyan Rebels         138
Islamist Western Secret Societies of Turkey         137
Best wishes for Russia and Putin         134
Ghana Commemorates Christiansborg Crossroad Shooting         134
The Four Horsemen Behind The Oil Wars         133
Imperialism will be buried in Africa – Resistance in Libya, Part 1 / 2     132
Was Gaddafi With or Against Africa?         132
Mubarak & Other Sleep-Deprived Middle East Despots         132
Bin Laden & The 911 Illusion: Part II: Deutsche Bank & Blackstone     125
Best Essential Free Software (Freeware) For Personal Computers     122
Religions Against Faith         120
The World’s Healthiest Foods         119
Qatar Admits It Fought Alongside Libyan Rebels against Gaddafi     117
Relationships Between Homosexuality and Mass Crimes         117
Obama and Erdogan of Turkey; Oddly Effective Couple in a New Arab World     117
Who Really Controls the World?         114
Rich Countries Are Draining Poor Countries from Human Resources     114
The CIA-MI6-Mossad Installed Muslim Brotherhood into Power     108
The Lawsuit that Could End the Gangster Rule of Western Civilization     108
The International: Oil, Drugs, Guns & Kissinger Associates         108
The new democracy: Goldman Sachs conquers Europe         107
For God Sake US Economy Must Be Corrected         106
David Livingstone’s blog         105
Thanks To Obama, The Al-Qaeda Flag Is Now Flying High And Proud Over Libya 104
Invest in a New Desktop Chassis/Case Design         103
The Globalists and the Islamists         103
The Dying God: The Hidden History of Western Civilization         102
Goldman Sachs: A Criminal Enterprise         99
Once Again It Is All About Lebensraum and not Europe         98
Obama Should Be Impeached For Committing ‘War Crimes’, Said Ralph Nader     96
Obama is a Killer: Election Campaign Credential         94
The Invisible Government in America         93
The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part 1 of Five         92
Even if I got a visa for Europe…I wouldn’t go         91
Time To Nationalize Four Horsemen Of Oil         89
Exposing Capitalism; Communism; & International Secret Societies     89
Sick from BBC, CNN, France 24 and JSC Lies?         84
The Age of Deception: Nuclear Diplomacy in Treacherous Times     83
Afghan History Suppressed: Part II: Socialism, al Qaeda and Chevron     83
The World’s Healthiest Foods         82
Afghan History Suppressed: Part I: Islamists, Heroin and the CIA     81
Global Underdevelopment: Montana and the Third World     81
USA Liberal Democracy is Like $#!T         81
Ghana: Honor the Big Six         80
Thabo Mbeki Urges Africans to Protect their Right of Self-determination 79
How Corrupt Are Western Democracies? Part One/ 5 Parts         78
Break Up the Four Horsemen of Banking         78
Trillion Dollar Crime Trial leads to United Nations         77
Google Apologize Unreservedly for Malpractices to Mocality-Kenya     77
Neoliberalism: Origins, Theory, & Definition Part 3/ Four Parts     76
The Three Pillars of National Liberalism         75
Revolution against Corporate Greed Started in the USA         75
Wall Street “Half-wayers” of Generations         73
All Universal Religions Are Fake!         73
President Mugabe Rejects Western Brutal Intrusion on Africa         72
We Are Not Alone in This Endless Universe!         72
Financiers’ Reich is Buying Some European Countries         71
Western Democracy is a Financiers’ Joke         71
Surrendering Islam         71
Proposal of Tower Desktop New Design         71
World Revolution for Real Democracy         70
Federal Reserve Transparency Act- AUDIT the FED!         69
Neoliberalism: Origins, Theory, & Definition Part 2/ Four Parts     65
Timeline of Occupy Wall Street         65
Ethical Corporatism Tagging System         64
Do we really need the Politician?         63
Top Ten Healthy and Cheap Foods and Supplements         62
Modern History Awareness Film Program         62
Corporate Globalists Are Targeting Africa to Plunder         62
The Corruption of Western Liberal Democracy         61
US Crazy War Machine         61
Globalist Infiltration: Obama, Israel and the Muslim Brotherhood     60
Shut Er’ Down!         60
EU and Banks are Weapons of Mass Slavery         59
U.S. Creates a Problem, Causes a Reaction, then Provides the Solution 58
Gene Sharp and the Theory of Soft and Undercover Coups d’États     58
U.S. Constitution no longer model for developing democracies     54
Barack “Money Bags” Obama Can’t Run on the 99 Percent Ticket     54
Neoliberal Corporations & Sunnite Islamism Attacking Nationalism     54
The Saudi Paymaster         54
Nigeria Rejects Dancing On The Brink to American Rhythm         53
History of the New World Order – Part 1 / 3         53
Pougala Answers The Real Reasons for the War in Libya         52
Top Ten Basic and Cheap Foods and Supplements for Best Health     52
The Ad That May Kill the Next USA President         51
The African Union Is Starting Its Independence         51
Liberal Nationalism against Left and Right Politics in Africa         50
The American Revolution of September 17, 2011         50
Three-dimensional Democracy (XYZ Democracy)         50
Bin Laden & The 911 Illusion: Part I: Patsies & Beneficiaries         50
Africa Lies Naked to Euro-American Military Offensive         49
The Illuminati Depopulation Agenda         49
The Financial Times Admits Agenda For Centralized Dictatorial Global Government 48
British Petroleum BP: A History: Part III         48
The International: The Offshore Petroleum Standard         48
Neoliberalism: Origins, Theory, & Definition Part 4/ Four Parts     48
Exposing Capitalism; Communism; & International Secret Societies     47
Nationalize The Federal Reserve         46
Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG)         46
Speculators, Cartels & Myths of Scarcity         45
Economic Choices for Sensible Humans         45
US Corrupt Diplomacy Assisting Islamists and Activists in Syria         44
Earth Is a Better Place Without the Super-rich         43
Return Libya & North Africa to Africa!         43
Washington Rules, America’s Path to Permanent War         43
USA-EU; Gulf Arab States and Turkey Arming Violence in Syria         42
Ghanians; Prepare Yourself for a new President         41
How Corrupt Are Western Democracies? Part Three/ 5 Parts         41
NATO War in Libya a Face of “Neo-Colonialism”         41
Assaults on Remaining Old Decency in Europe         41
SYRIA: NATO’s Next “Humanitarian” War?         40
Wicked So-called Skilled Workers Endemic         39
Gulf of Guinea Area of “Vital Interest” to USA         39
Marriage in Western Liberal Democracy         39
Nationalism – How It Works & Why the Corporate Elite Want to Kill It?     38
Imperialism will be buried in Africa – Resistance in Libya, Part 2 / 2     38
Rigging the Rules: unfair land deals in South Sudan         37
NO Legitimacy For Foreign Regime Change         37
How Corrupt Are Western Democracies? Part Five/ 5 Parts         37
The World Versus the USA; Britain; Israel; and Germany (BIGS)         36
History of the New World Order – Part 3 / 3         36
OccupyWallStreet Movement Spreads in USA and the Globe         35
Western Intelligences Partner Islamist to Create Terrorism         35
The Dangers of USA Economy         35
Arab Spring and the Beasts of Globalization         35
Create and Sell the Businesses Themselves         35
Are Arabs and Hebrews Antisemitists?         35
Assessing Risks to Stability in Sub-Saharan Africa         34
Operation Sarkozy (Mr Sarkozy and the CIA)         34
Greece and Exiting European Hotel California         34
Report Bad Public Service Blog         34
Three-dimensional Democracy (XYZ Democracy)         33
Slain US Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens and EU Nobel Prize     32
Gulf Arab Countries Must Be Democratized Now         30
#2911 (untitled)         30
Occupation of New York City         30
Save North Africa from Arab Emirs and NATO         29
Oppose Internet Censorship: Help Defeat PIPA And SOPA         29
Homeland Security Searches Your Facebook and Twitter         29
British Petroleum BP: A History Part I, Colonial Waster         28
The Partisan Ranger Blog         28
Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog up to 16 Jan. 2013         28
Restoration of Normal Flora in the Body by ANTI-FUNGAL DIET         26
Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog up to 16 May 2012         26
To Be Part of the Global “WE”? Sell The Arabs! (Turkey’s Policy)     26
About: Living Economies Forum         25
The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part 3 of Five         25
Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog up to 14 August 2012         25
How Corrupt Are Western Democracies? Part Two/ 5 Parts         24
The American Revolution of 917-2011         24
France Lost Principles & Honor in Libya         24
Bizarre Claim for $1 Trillion         23
Sodium Bicarbonate Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment         23
The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part 2 of Five         23
Nicolas Sarkozy’s Scandals: a Guide         22
Why I’m suing Obama administration over Libya; Says: Ron Paul     22
How Corrupt Are Western Democracies? Part Four/ 5 Parts         22
Strauss-Kahn & The IMF/BCCI Mugger         22
Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog up to Sept 15 2012         22
The Electoral Victory of Political Islam in Egypt         22
National and Correct Policy of Privatization         22
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Most Popular Posts on Tarig Anter Blog up to 16 March 2012         20
Crazy Wrong Side of Civilisations         20
British Petroleum BP: A History: Part II         20
History of the New World Order – Part 2 / 3         20
The Rich are nice Not for You Stupid Immigrant! It Is for the Kids     19
The Politician 2.0 and an introduction to post-Democracy         19
The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part 4 of Five         19
Ron Paul: America’s Last Chance         19
How America Went Rogue         19
Is Obama America’s First Elected Dictator? says: Ron Paul         18
Sarkozy Received Cash Handouts         18
Was Israel Behind Norway Terror Attacks?         18
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DIY Western Guides: How to make a Dirty, but pretty, Revolution?     17
Our moral decline: Blood-lust in the streets of Libya suffices for justice 17
Optimum-cost Housing Companies Proposal         16
Swindles of Modern Liberal Democracy         15
Any Form of Imperialism Is Utterly Evil         15
Ten Myths in the War Against Libya         15
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Slash Public Service but not the Services         15
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Confessions of An Economic Hit Man – New Revelations         13
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Why Many People Hate America?         12
Gulf Arab Regimes Must Be Democratized Now         11
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#3093 (untitled)         6
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The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part 5 of Five         5
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Confessions of An Economic Hit Man – New Revelations



New Confessions and Revelations from the World of Economic Hit Men

By John Perkins


John Perkins is author of Confessions of An Economic Hit Man; look in Wikipedia



Excerpted from the book, A GAME AS OLD AS EMPIRE release date, March 19, 2007

Economic hit men (EHMs) are highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars. They funnel money from the World Bank, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and other foreign “aid” organizations into the coffers of huge corporations and the pockets of a few wealthy families who control the planet’s natural resources. Their tools include fraudulent financial reports, rigged elections, payoffs, extortion, sex, and murder. They play a game as old as empire, but one that has taken on new and terrifying dimensions during this time of globalization.

I should know; I was an EHM.

I wrote that opening paragraph to Confessions of an Economic Hit Man as a description of my own profession. Since the book’s first publication in early November 2004, I have heard TV, radio, and event hosts read those words many times as they introduced me to their audiences. The reality of EHMs shocked people in the United States and other countries. Many have told me that it convinced them to commit themselves to taking actions that will make this a better world.

The public interest aroused by Confessions was not a foregone conclusion. I spent a great deal of time working up the courage to try to publish it. Once I made the decision to do so, my attempts got off to a rocky start.

By late 2003, the manuscript had been circulated to many publishers—and I had almost given up on ever seeing the book in print. Despite praising it as “riveting,” “eloquently written,” “an important exposé,” and “a story that must be told,” publisher after publisher—twenty-five, in fact—rejected it. My literary agent and I concluded that it was just too anti-corporatocracy. (A word introduced to most readers in those pages, corporatocracy refers to the powerful group of people who run the world’s biggest corporations, the most powerful governments, and history’s first truly global empire.) The major publishing houses, we concluded, were too intimidated by, or perhaps too beholden to, the corporate elite.

Eventually a courageous independent publisher, Berrett-Koehler, took the book on. Confessions’ success among the public astounded me. During its first week in bookstores it went to number 4 on Then it spent many weeks on every major bestseller list. In less than fourteen months, it had been translated into and published in twenty languages. A major Hollywood company purchased the option to film it. Penguin/Plume bought the paperback rights.

Despite all these successes, an important element was still missing. The major U.S. media refused to discuss Confessions or the fact that, because of it, words such as EHM, corporatocracy, and jackal were now appearing on college syllabuses. The New York Times and other newspapers had to include it on their bestseller lists—after all, numbers don’t lie (unless an EHM produces them, as you will see in the following pages)—but during its first fifteen months in print most of them obstinately declined to review it. Why?

My agent, my publicist, the best minds at Berrett-Koehler and Penguin/Plume, my family, my friends, and I may never know the real answer to that question. What we do know is that several nationally recognized journalists appeared poised on the verge of writing or speaking about the book. They conducted “pre-interviews” with me by phone and dispatched producers to wine and dine my wife and me. But, in the end, they declined. A major TV network convinced me to interrupt a West Coast speaking tour, fly to New York, and dress up in a television-blue sports coat. Then—as I waited at the door for the network’s limo—an employee called to cancel. Whenever media apologists offered explanations for such actions, they took the form of questions: “Can you prove the existence of other EHMs?” “Has anyone else written about these things?” “Have others in high places made similar disclosures?”

The answer to these questions is, of course, yes. Every major incident described in the book has been discussed in detail by other authors—usually lots of other authors. The CIA’s coup against Iran’s Mossadegh; the atrocities committed by his replacement, Big Oil’s puppet, the Shah; the Saudi Arabian money-laundering affair; the jackal-orchestrated assassinations of Ecuador’s President Jaime Roldos and Panama’s President Omar Torrijos; allegations of collusion between oil companies and missionary groups in the Amazon; the international activities of Bechtel, Halliburton, and other pillars of American capitalism; the unilateral and unprovoked U.S. invasion of Panama and capture of Manuel Noriega; the coup against Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez—these and the other events in the book are a matter of public record.

Several pundits criticized what some referred to as my “radical accusation”—that economic forecasts are manipulated and distorted in order to achieve political objectives (as opposed to economic objectivity) and that foreign “aid” is a tool for big business rather than an altruistic means to alleviate poverty. However, both of these transgressions against the true purposes of sound economics and altruism have been well documented by a multitude of people, including a former World Bank chief economist and winner of the Nobel Prize in economics, Joseph Stiglitz. In his book, Globalization and Its Discontents, Stiglitz writes:



To make its [the IMF’s] programs seem to work, to make the numbers “add up,” economic forecasts have to be adjusted. Many users of these numbers do not realize that they are not like ordinary forecasts; in these instances GDP forecasts are not based on a sophisticated statistical model, or even on the best estimates of those who know the economy well, but are merely the numbers that have been negotiated as part of an IMF program. 1

Globalization, as it has been advocated, often seems to replace the old dictatorships of national elites with new dictatorships of international finance …. For millions of people globalization has not worked …. They have seen their jobs destroyed and their lives become more insecure. 2

I found it interesting that during my first book tour—for the hardcover edition, in late 2004 and early 2005—I sometimes heard questions from my audiences that reflected the mainstream press. However, they were significantly diminished during the paperback edition tour in early 2006. The level of sophistication among readers had risen over the course of that year. A growing suspicion that the mainstream press was collaborating with the corporatocracy—which, of course, owned much of it or at least supported it through advertising—had become manifest. While I would love to credit Confessions for this transformation in public attitude, my book has to share that honor with a number of others, such as Stiglitz’s Globalization and Its Discontents, David Korten’s When Corporations Rule the World, Noam Chomsky’s Hegemony or Survival, Chalmers Johnson’s Sorrows of Empire, and Antonia Juhasz’s Bush Agenda, as well as films such as The Constant Gardner, Syriana, Hotel Rwanda, Good Night, and Good Luck, and Munich. The American public recently has been treated to a feast of exposés. Mine is definitely not a voice in the wilderness.

Despite the overwhelming evidence that the corporatocracy has created the world’s first truly global empire, inflicted increased misery and poverty on millions of people around the planet, managed to sabotage the principles of self-determination, justice, and freedom that form the foundations upon which the United States stands, and turned a country that was lauded at the end of World War II as democracy’s savior into one that is feared, resented, and hated, the mainstream press ignores the obvious. In pleasing the moneymen and the executives upstairs, many journalists have turned their backs on the truth. When approached by my publicists, they continue to ask: “Where are the trenches?” “Can you produce the trowels that dug them?” “Have any ‘objective’ researchers confirmed your story?”



Although the evidence was already available, Berrett-Koehler and I decided that the proper response was to answer such questions in terms that no one could ignore and that only those who insisted on remaining in denial could dispute. We would publish a book with many contributors, an anthology, further revealing the world of economic hit men and how it works.

In Confessions, I talked about a world rooted in the cold war, in the dynamics and proxy conflicts of the U.S.–Soviet conflict. My sojourn in that war ended in 1981, a quarter of a century ago. Since then, and especially since the collapse of the USSR, the dynamics of empire have changed. The world is now more multipolar and mercantile, with China and Europe emerging to compete with the U.S. Empire is heavily driven by multinational corporations, whose interests transcend those of any particular nation-state. 3 There are new multinational institutions and trade agreements, such as the World Trade Organization (WTO) and North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and newly articulated ideologies and programs, such as neoliberalism and the structural adjustments and conditionalities imposed by the IMF. But one thing remains unchanged: the peoples of the Third World continue to suffer; their future, if anything, looks even bleaker than it did in the early 1980s.

A quarter-century ago, I saw myself as a hit man for the interests of U.S. capitalism in the struggle for control of the developing world during the cold war. Today, the EHM game is more complex, its corruption more pervasive, and its operations more fundamental to the world economy and politics. There are many more types of economic hit men, and the roles they play are far more diverse. The veneer of respectability remains a key factor; subterfuges range from money laundering and tax evasion carried out in well-appointed office suites to activities that amount to economic war crimes and result in the deaths of millions of people. The chapters that follow reveal this dark side of globalization, showing a system that depends on deception, extortion, and often violence: an officer of an offshore bank hiding hundreds of millions in stolen money, IMF advisors slashing Ghana’s education and health programs, a Chinese bureaucrat seeking oil concessions in Africa, a mercenary defending a European oil company in Nigeria, a consultant rewriting Iraqi oil law, and executives financing warlords to secure supplies of coltan ore in Congo.

The main obstacle to compiling such stories should be obvious. Most EHMs do not think it is in their best interests to talk about their jobs. Many are still actively employed in the business. Those who have stepped away often receive pensions, consultant fees, and other perks from their former employers. They understand that whistle-blowers usually sacrifice such benefits—and sometimes much more. Most of us who have done that type of work pride ourselves on loyalty to old comrades. Once one of us decides to take the big leap—“into the cold,” to use CIA vernacular—we know we have to face the harsh reality of powerful forces arrayed to protect the institutional power of multinational corporations, global banks, government defense and security agencies, international agencies—and the small elite that runs them.

In recent years, the people charged with deceiving ordinary citizens have grown more cunning. The Pentagon Papers and the White House Watergate tapes taught them the dangers of writing and recording incriminating details. The Enron, Andersen, and WorldCom scandals, and recent allegations about CIA renditions, weapons of mass destruction deceits, and National Security Agency eavesdropping serve to reinforce policies that favor shredding. Government officials who expose a CIA agent to retaliate against her whistle-blowing spouse go unpunished. All these events lead to the ultimate deterrent to speaking the truth: those who expose the corporatocracy can expect to be assassinated—financially and by reputation, if not with a bullet.

Less obvious deterrents also keep people from telling the truth. Opening one’s soul for public scrutiny, confessing, is not fun. I had written many books before Confessions (five of them published). Yet none prepared me for the angst I would encounter while exposing my transgressions as an EHM. Although most of us humans do not want to think of ourselves as corrupt, weak, or immoral, it is difficult—if not impossible—to ignore those aspects of ourselves when describing our lives as economic hit men. Personally, it was one of the most difficult tasks I have ever undertaken. In approaching prospective contributors to a book such as this I might tell them that confessing is, in the end, worth the anguish. However, for someone setting out on this path, that end seems very distant.

I discussed these obstacles and the potential benefits of overcoming them with Steve Piersanti, the intrepid founder and CEO of Berrett-Koehler, who made the decision to publish Confessions. It did not take us long to decide that the benefits were well worth the struggle. If my Confessions could send such a strong message to the public, it made sense that multiple confessions—or stories about people who need to confess—might reach even more people and motivate them to take actions that will turn this empire back into the democratic republic it was intended to be. Our goal was nothing less than convincing the American public that we can and must create a future that will make our children and grandchildren—and their brothers and sisters on every continent—proud of us.

Of course we had to start by showing journalists the trowels and the trenches. We decided that we should also include well-researched analyses by observers who came from a more objective perspective, rather than a personal one. A balance between firsthand and third-party accounts seemed like the prudent approach.

Steve took it upon himself to find someone who could be an editor and also serve as a sleuth: he’d have to ferret out prospective writers and convince them that loyalty to country, family, and future generations on every continent demanded that they participate in this book. After an extensive selection process, he, his staff, and I settled on Steve Hiatt. Steve is a professional editor—but he also has a long history as an activist, first against the Vietnam War and then as a teachers’ union organizer. In addition, he worked for a number of years at Stanford Research Institute, a think tank and consultancy organization serving multinationals and government agencies around the world and closely linked to Bechtel, Bank of America, and other players in the EHM world. There he worked on research reports that he describes as essentially “the corporatocracy talking to itself.”

Once the process of assembling this anthology began, I started speaking about it. When people asked those questions—”Can you prove the existence of other EHMs?” “Has anyone else written about these things?” “Have others made similar disclosures?”—I told them about the upcoming book. The wisdom of making that decision to publish an anthology was supported on February 19, 2006, when the New York Times ran a major article that featured Confessions on the front page of its Sunday Business Section. The editors, I am sure, were comforted by the results of a background check confirming my account of my life and the episodes described in Confessions; however, the fact that other EHMs and researchers had committed to writing this book was, I suspect, the most important factor in their decision to publish that article.

The intrepid contributors to this book uncover events that have taken place across a wide range of countries, all EHM game plans under a variety of guises. Each sheds more light on the building of an empire that is contrary to American principles of democracy and equality. The chapters are presented in an order that follows the flow of money and power in the Global Empire. Chart 1 shows that progression: the selling of loans to Third World countries, the flow of dirty money back to First World control via secret offshore accounts, the failure of debt-led development models to reduce poverty, the accumulation of mountains of unpayable debt, the gutting of local economies by the IMF, and military intervention and domination to secure access to resources. Steve Hiatt, in “Global Empire,” gives an overview of the web of control that First World companies and institutions use to rule the global economy. Each subsequent chapter exposes another facet. In brief summary:

• Sam Gwynne joined Cleveland Trust and quickly moved into the heady atmosphere of international banking, where he learned that ability to pay had little to do with placing loans. In “Selling Money—and Dependency: Setting the Debt Trap” he describes a culture of business corruption in which local elites and international banks build mutually supportive relationships based on debts that will have to be repaid by ordinary citizens.

• John Christensen worked for a trust company on the offshore banking haven of Jersey, one of Britain’s Channel Islands. There he found himself at the center of the EHM world, part of a global offshore banking industry that facilitates tax evasion, money laundering, and capital flight. In “Dirty Money” he reveals the workings of a system that enables the theft of billions from Third World (and First World) citizens; the lures of an opulent lifestyle; and why he decided to get out.

• The Bank of Credit and Commerce International was for two decades was a key player in offshore/underground banking. It provided off-the-books/illegal transactions for a startling range of customers—from the CIA to the Medellín cartel to Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda. In “BCCI’s Double Game,” Lucy Komisar recounts the bank’s rapid rise and fall—and its $13 billion bankruptcy.

• Congo remains one of the world’s poorest countries and is caught in a civil war that has cost at least 4 million lives over the last ten years, with western multinationals financing militias and warlords to ensure access to gold, diamonds, and coltan. In “The Human Cost of Cheap Cell Phones,” Kathleen Kern provides an eyewitness account of the high price the Congolese have paid to bring cheap electronics to First World consumers.

• Some 30 percent of America’s supply of oil is expected to come from Africa in the next ten years, but U.S. and UK oil companies will be competing with China for access to Niger Delta reserves. Local communities have been campaigning to gain a share of this new wealth and to prevent environmental destruction of their region. In “Mercenaries on the Front Lines in the New Scramble for Africa,” Andrew Rowell and James Marriott tell how a British expat security officer found himself in the middle of this struggle for oil and power.

• According to most estimates Iraq has the world’s second largest oil reserves—and access to Iraq’s oil has been one of the essential elements of U.S. foreign policy. The occupation regime is planning to sign oil production sharing agreements with U.S. and UK companies that will cost the Iraqi people $200 billion that they need to rebuild their country. In “Hijacking Iraq’s Oil Reserves,” Greg Muttitt reveals the EHM behind this high-level hit.

• “Have you brought the money?” a Liberian official asked World Bank staffer Steve Berkman, clearly expecting him to hand over a satchel full of cash. In “The World Bank and the $100 Billion Question,” Berkman provides an insider’s account of how and why the Bank looks the other way as corrupt elites steal funds intended for development aid.

• In the 1970s, the Philippines were a showcase for the World Bank’s debt-based model of development and modernization. In “The Philippines, The World Bank, and the Race to the Bottom,” Ellen Augustine tells how billions in loans were central to U.S. efforts to prop up the Marcos dictatorship, with the World Bank serving as a conduit.

• Export credit agencies have a single job: to enrich their countries’ corporations by making it easier for poor countries to buy their products and services. In “Exporting Destruction,” Bruce Rich turns a spotlight on the secretive world of ECAs and the damage they have caused in selling nuclear plants to countries that cannot manage them and pushing arms in war-torn regions.

• The G8 finance ministers announced before their Gleneagles meeting that they had agreed on $40 billion of debt relief for eighteen Third World countries. In “The Mirage of Debt Relief,” James S. Henry, a former international banker, shows how little debt relief has actually been granted—and why dozens of countries remain caught in the West’s debt trap.

Debt Trap

Debt Trap


Feel free to read the chapters according to your interests. Skip around, focus on one geographic area at a time or on one particular discipline, if you wish. Then turn to Antonia Juhasz’s “Global Uprising” to learn what you can do to resist global domination by the corporatocracy.

As you read, please allow yourself to think about and feel the implications of the actions described for the world and for our children and grandchildren. Permit your passions to rise to the surface. Feel compelled to take action. It is essential that we—you and I—do something. We must transform our country back into one that reflects the values of our Declaration of Independence and the other principles we were raised to honor and defend. We must begin today to re-create the world the corporatocracy has inflicted on us.

This book presents a series of snapshots of the tools used by EHMs to create the world’s first truly global empire. They are, however, a mere introduction to the many nefarious deeds that have been committed by the corporate elite—often in the name of altruism and progress. During the post–World War II period, we EHMs managed to turn the “last, best hope for democracy,” in Lincoln’s words, into an empire that does not flinch at inflicting brutal and often totalitarian measures on people who have resources we covet.

After reading the chapters you will have a better understanding of why people around the world fear, resent, and even hate us. As a result of the corporatocracy’s policies, an average of 24,000 people die every day from hunger; tens of thousands more—mostly children—die from curable diseases because they cannot afford available medicines. More than half the world’s population lives on less than $2 a day, not nearly enough to cover basic necessities in most places. In essence our economic system depends on modern versions of human exploitation that conjure images of serfdom and slavery.

We must put an end to this. You and I must do the right thing. We must understand that our children will not inherit a stable, safe, and sustainable world unless we change the terrible conditions that have been created by EHMs. All of us must look deep into our hearts and souls and decide what it is we can best do. Where are our strengths? What are our passions?

As an author and lecturer, I know that I have certain skills and opportunities. Yours may be different from mine, but they are just as powerful. I urge you to set as a primary goal in your life making this a better world not only for you but also for all those who follow. Please commit to taking at least one action every single day to realize this goal. Think about those 24,000 who die each day from hunger, and dedicate yourself to changing this in your lifetime. Write letters and e-mails—to newspapers, magazines, your local and national representatives, your friends, businesses that are doing the right thing and those that are not; call in to radio shows; shop consciously; do not “buy cheap” if doing so contributes to modern forms of slavery; support nonprofit organizations that help spread the word, protect the environment, defend civil liberties, fight hunger and disease, and make this a sane world; volunteer; go to schools and teach our children; form discussion groups in your neighborhood—the list of possible actions is endless, limited only by imagination. We all have many talents and passions to contribute. The most important thing is to get out there and do it!

One thing we all can—and must—do is to educate ourselves and those who interact with us. Democracy is based on an informed electorate. If we in the United States are not aware that our business and political leaders are using EHMs to subvert the most sacred principles upon which our country is founded, then we cannot in truth claim to be a democracy.

There is no excuse for lack of awareness, now that you have this book, plus many others and a multitude of films, CDs, and DVDs to help educate everyone you connect with. Beyond that, it is essential that every time you read, hear, or see a news report about some international event, do so with a skeptical mind. Remember that most media are owned by—or dependent on the financial support of—the corporatocracy. Dig beneath the surface. Appendix A provides a list of alternative media where you can access different viewpoints.

This may well be the most pivotal and exciting time in the history of a nation that is built on pivotal and exciting events. How you and I choose to react to this global empire in the coming years is likely to determine the future of our planet. Will we continue along a road marked by violence, exploitation of others, and ultimately the likelihood of our self-destruction as a species? Or will we create a world our children will be proud to inherit?

The choice is ours—yours and mine.

1 Joseph E. Stiglitz, Globalization and Its Discontents (New York: Norton, 2003), p. 232.

2 Ibid., pp. 247–248.

3 For more on the corporatocracy as an international, interlinked power elite, see Jeff Faux, “The Party of Davos,” Nation, January 26, 2006, p. ??? [Give page number?].

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Sodium Bicarbonate Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment

Sodium Bicarbonate Rich Man's Poor Man's Cancer Treatment

Sodium Bicarbonate Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment

First it is very useful and important to read the following study:

Bicarbonate Increases Tumor pH and Inhibits Spontaneous Metastases

Published by: US National Library of Medicine     National Institutes of Health

Cancer Res. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2010 Mar 8. Published in final edited form as:


The external pH of solid tumors is acidic as a consequence of increased metabolism of glucose and poor perfusion. Acid pH has been shown to stimulate tumor cell invasion and metastasis in vitro and in cells before tail vein injection in vivo. The present study investigates whether inhibition of this tumor acidity will reduce the incidence of in vivo metastases. Here, we show that oral NaHCO3 selectively increased the pH of tumors and reduced the formation of spontaneous metastases in mouse models of metastatic breast cancer. This treatment regimen was shown to significantly increase the extracellular pH, but not the intracellular pH, of tumors by 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy and the export of acid from growing tumors by fluorescence microscopy of tumors grown in window chambers. NaHCO3 therapy also reduced the rate of lymph node involvement, yet did not affect the levels of circulating tumor cells, suggesting that reduced organ metastases were not due to increased intravasation. In contrast, NaHCO3 therapy significantly reduced the formation of hepatic metastases following intrasplenic injection, suggesting that it did inhibit extravasation and colonization. In tail vein injections of alternative cancer models, bicarbonate had mixed results, inhibiting the formation of metastases from PC3M prostate cancer cells, but not those of B16 melanoma. Although the mechanism of this therapy is not known with certainty, low pH was shown to increase the release of active cathepsin B, an important matrix remodeling protease.


Sodium Bicarbonate Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment

Written by Mark Sircus, AC., OMD published in 2009 / 251 pages

Table of Contents

_ Preface _ Second Edition _ Wonder Drug _ Baking Soda -Every Cancer Patients Best Friend _ Cancer Intelligence _ A New Paradigm in Medicine _ Pancreas, Bicarbonate and Diabetes _ Diabetes and Cancer _ Cancer, Diabetes and Fungi Infections _ Radiation Medicine and Sodium Bicarbonate _ Reducing Radiation Damages with Bicarbonate _ Sodium Bicarbonate and Cancer _ What Do the Detractors of Bicarbonate Say? _ Oral Vs Intravenous _ Bicarbonate (Baking Soda) Cancer Treatment _ Sparkling Water’s Chemistry _ Carbon Dioxide _ Nebulizing Bicarbonate and other Medicinals _ Sodium Bicarbonate – Product Quality and Cost _ Warnings and Contraindications _ Sodium Bicarbonate as an Antiseptic _ Sodium Bicarbonate and pH Medicine _ Using Sodium Bicarbonate _ pH Controls Key Cellular Pathways _ Arm & Hammer Soda Company -Using Bicarbonate Against the Swine Flu _ Still Alive and Well – Confirmed Bicarbonate Cancer Cure _ Kidney Disease _ Sodium Thiosulfate _ Life and Death – Oxygen and Cancer _ Emotions, Oxygen and Acid Part Two – First Edition Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment _ Bicarbonate and Rapid pH Shifts _ To Health Practitioners and Physicians _ Sodium Bicarbonate _ Pain Relief from Oral Bicarbonate _ Indications from Unlikely Places _ Foundational Bicarbonate Physiology _ Magnesium Bicarbonate _ Beating Back Late Stage Infections with Sodium Bicarbonate _ Oral Dosages of Bicarbonate _ Bicarbonate Maple Syrup/Black Strap Molasses _ Other Oral Bicarbonate Treatments _ Bicarbonate and Stomach Acid _ The pH Story – Acid Death Vs Alkaline Life _ Oral Cancer, Mercury and Periodontal Disease _ Sodium Bicarbonate Basics _ Why Bicarbonate and Why Not A Pharmaceutical Antifungal _ Systems Biology & Medicine _ Understanding the Condition of Cancer _ The Cancer Microbe _ The Simoncini Treatment of Cancer _ Yeast and Fungi Invaders _ Tough Little Creatures _ Pathogen Differentiation and Infectious Processes _ Cancer and Heavy Metals _ Magnesium the Lamp of Life _ Medical Marijuana and Cancer _ Cannabinoid System _ Bowel Tolerance Dosages _ Natural Supplementation _ Combining Oral with Transdermal _ To Patients about Emotions in Cancer _ In the Kitchen and House with Bicarbonate _ Product Sources

About the Author: My name is Mark Sircus Ac., OMD and I am the director of the International Medical Veritas Association (IMVA). I was trained in acupuncture and oriental medicine at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Santa Fe, N.M., and in the School of Traditional Medicine of New England in Boston. I served at the Central Public Hospital of Pochutla, in Mexico, and was awarded the honorary title of doctor of oriental medicine for my work there in the early eighties and I was one of the first nationally certified acupuncturists in the United States. When my third child was born in 2003 I started researching vaccines and was inspired in a very short period of time to write and publish Cry of the Heart, which is about childhood vaccination. The Terror of Pediatric Medicine came three years later, which I launched as a cruise missile against the western medical establishment. It’s available as a free ebook download from the IMVA site. As you will see from the first page it is Robert F. Kennedy Jr. who is spearheading a confrontation with the worst elements of the medical industrial complex. A colossal mistake has been made and it threatens the very fabric of western medicine, whose integrity is smashed, intelligence questioned. This book confronts the cancer industry’s basic philosophy and practice by presenting comprehensive answers and a new paradigm for cancer treatment all of which is supported by empirical medical science. For customer support or consultations with Dr. Sircus please contact us at or use the IMVA contact form.

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