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John Perkins, Part 1 at the VFP National Convention

John Perkins, Part 1 The first of a three part speech given to the Veterans For Peace National Convention, Seattle, WA in August 2006. Author of Confessions ...

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on May 20, 2012 at 9:48pm

ANIMATION VERSION

Comment by Ifa Sango on April 22, 2012 at 3:18pm

John Perkins's Book "Confessions of an Economic Hit-Man" very good reading. Many of them ... including Obama, trained at the University of Chicago, and of course Harvard and Yale. Good info on How they corrupt officials, (especailly African's around the world).  Last good expose we had of this type is when John Stockwell former high level CIA operative was interviewed by the late Gil Noble back in the late 70's.  Thanks WACPTV family for maintaining this fine tradition of journalism.

Comment by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist on April 19, 2012 at 5:49pm

As a mother, I did not raise my children to kill!  The Jackals, CIAs, and other private corporations are nothing but Straight Out Killers doing jobs for the GREEDY!  And as this killer say, there is a better way.  Do you know how many private corporations there are?  Many!  They take our money and use it for themselves, while we LACK.  True, the time is now for us to Unite!

Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on April 19, 2012 at 1:44pm

If you ever wondered how the super evil warmongers
operate, here is a man who worked for them several
years and is now TELLING IT ALL. Thanks Marvin for
this vital posting to the WACPtv archive library.

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