Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

John Perkins
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Chapter 8 Summary and Analysis

Though up to this point, John had rationalized his work, he couldn't shake the discussions with the Indonesians. He believed that developed countries (DC's) were helping less developed countries (LDC's) in the long run. John worked for a company which actively misinform its clients. Those countries who were ostensibly being "helped," would eventually rebel. During his last night in Indonesia, he dreamed he had seen Jesus Christ, who had dark curly hair and a dark complexion. He heaved up a car axle on his shoulder with a wheel protruding above his head so that it looked like a halo. Grease dripped from his eyes instead of tears and then he said "If i were to come now, you would see me differently. Because the world has changed." John knew that he, too, had changed, but he didn't yet know to what extent.

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