By John Stockwell

“[The usa’ aim in Angola] used to be to not retain out the Cubans and Soviets yet to make their imperial efforts as high priced as attainable to turn out that, after Vietnam, we have been nonetheless able to reaction, although insane. it's the tale that has been advised, and in striking and convincing aspect, by way of John Stockwell, the previous leader of the CIA’s Angola ‘task force.’ His e-book shouldn't be neglected. considering that strategic concept survives by means of ignoring adventure, it has a hugely specialist curiosity in keeping off bills corresponding to this. by means of a similar token, all who're alarmed in regards to the tendency towards such strategic considering should still strongly welcome Mr. Stockwell’s book.” —John Kenneth Galbraith, New York evaluation of Books

In seek of Enemies is far greater than the tale of the single struggle to be came upon whilst the CIA sought to recoup its status after the Vietnam debacle. notwithstanding no American troops have been dedicated to Angola, purely “advisors,” many thousands have been spent, many hundreds of thousands died, and plenty of lies have been advised to the yankee humans, in waging a conflict with no objective to American very important pursuits and with out desire of victory.

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Where are you? " "I'm in the EA finance office, getting checked in . . didn't Carl . " His voice was loud. I held the receiver away from my ear. "You're needed in Africa Division now! Screw EA! Potts has IMMEDIATE cables on his desk that should have been answered already! " It was Costello at his lovable best. I hurried out, not smiling as I thought of my s2,ooo. I needed that money. Taking the stairs from the fifth floor I hurried down "C" corridor and braced myself as I ducked into Costello's office.

Lto~ther. ye~~ fo~ ~~y siqe. 1964,- better y~~r, the year I was hired. Then, the CIA had enjoyed the highest credibility, and the nation was still "continuing" President Kennedy's New Frontier. America was alive again, and I was young and rest~ess. We would save the world from communism, the CIA and I. The agency was interested in me because I had grown up in the old Belgian Congo. My father had contracted to build a hydroelectric plant for the Presbyterian mission in the Kasai Province and my brother and I learned how to drive in the mission's five-ton truck.

Oh? What's Roberto up to these days? . " For many years the Portuguese had claimed exemplary success in assimilating blacks into a colonial society which was allegedly free of racial barriers. Until 1974 they appeared to believe they enjoyed a permanent relationship with their colonies. In the cJandestine services of the CIA, we were inclined to accept the Portuguese claims of a racially open-minded society in Angola, and it was tacitly agreed that communist agitation was largely responsible for the blacks' continued resistance to Portuguese rule.

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