By James Bamford
In A Pretext for War, acclaimed writer James Bamford–whose vintage ebook The Puzzle Palace first published the lifestyles of the nationwide protection Agency–draws on his unprecedented entry to best intelligence resources to supply a devastating expos? of the intelligence group and the Bush management.
A Pretext for War reveals the systematic weaknesses in the back of the failure to discover or hinder the September 11 assaults, and information the Bush administration’s next misuse of intelligence to promote preemptive battle to the yank humans. choked with unparalleled new revelations, from the websites of “undisclosed locations” to the particular assets of America’s heart East coverage, A Pretext for War is crucial studying for an individual serious about the protection of the U.S..
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He placed one of the cassettes in the video player, pressed play, and then sat on the bed beside me without saying a word. The movie was scratchy, but I could see everything. An old Indian man and a girl talked to each other in what looked like a spa. They started kissing. Then the actor started to do everything to the girl that my own father had done to me three nights before. While the movie played, my father continuously said, “This man in the movie is the girl’s father. Look, mera bacha, look how much she loves her father.
A week before that night, I had started to feel uncomfortable about my father kissing me after I saw the same type of kissing between lovers in the movies we watched on Friday nights. That is how I realized the way he kissed me was inappropriate and wrong. It is only done between people who are in love, I thought, and you cannot be in love with your family members, only with your wife or husband. That night changed my life permanently. After everyone fell asleep, my father covered up under the sheets beside me and started to kiss me as usual.
He took my clothes off and started to kiss me everywhere. Tears streamed down my eyes, and, unlike before, I could not feel a thing. He had never hit me before, except one time when I beat up my little brother. The pain I felt that night was immense. He stopped kissing me, stood up, and motioned at me to suck his penis. Reluctantly, I did. Unlike the other nights, he masturbated while I did it, ejecting what looked like yogurt all over the side of my bed. I was shocked and mortified! For months after that happened, I could not eat anything that remotely looked like yogurt, and twice I threw up when I saw my sister eating it.
A Pretext for War: 9/11, Iraq, and the Abuse of America's Intelligence Agencies by James Bamford