From Nicaragua to Chile, from Indonesia to Vietnam, from Iran to Afghanistan, to the support for genocidal acts against the Palestinians, A Harvest of Death and Hatred covers the major US military and CIA interventions since the mid-nineteenth century. Quotations from memoirs, diaries and books from US presidents and others involved or near the events mentioned reveal some of the facts which the United States government had hidden or lied about at the time. In this concise and well- documented political history the author reveals how the media cooperated in making war and atrocities palatable to the American public.
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Guenther W. Roppel, a petroleum engineer and economist, worked 17 years in Saudi Arabia with ARAMCO (the Arabian American Oil Company) where he occupied executive management positions, among them Chief Petroleum Engineer and Production Manager. Mr. Roppel also worked in the United States and in several South American countries in the petroleum industry and has travelled to more than 60 countries, including almost the entire Middle Eastern region. A lifelong avid reader and researcher, he dedicated himself to writing political history over a decade ago and currently resides in Bogota, Colombia.
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