Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

John Perkins
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Chapter 16 Summary and Analysis

Prince W. expected a woman to be waiting for him whenever he visited Boston. John procured a woman named Sally who agreed to the plan. John had to find a way to pay for Sally's services that Sally without being caught and used his expense account. When Prince W. wanted a woman to stay with him in his palace, John made a few calls and Prince W. had his woman, and John had his vote. The deal transformed Saudi Arabia almost overnight. Eventually, though, Saudi Arabia then became the "epicenter of terrorist financing," funding the jihad movement that would soon attack the U.S.. Officials in the States had to look away because of the money that they were getting from the country through contracts, grants and salaries.

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