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Tapart news reviews The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman and recommends The Confessions of an Economic Hit Many by John Perkins. Tapart News is also looking forward to reading and reviewing Waging Peace by Scott Ritter. He was the chief weapons inspector during the 1990s. He continously stated Iraq did not have any weapons of mass destruction. He says they were disposed in the early 1990s. If we listen to him, the Iraq war would have never happened.
After all is said and done, there is no need for any conspiracy theories. All we have to do is look around us and see what is happening. You do not need to travel the world to find out the roots of our problems. You only have to take a cab in many of our major cities and listen to the cab drivers from other lands. In about ten cab rides you can get a college degree from the streets about the state of the world. For example, a cab driver from the Middle East told us, he chose to be a slave rather than having to kill someone. It should also be noted there was a time in Rome when it was better to be a slave than a free man. Are we being headed the same way?
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