|Title:||On The Fringe Of History: A riveting behind-the-scenes look at the war on drugs and terrorism from a "fed" who fought the fight|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||iUniverse, Inc. (July 15, 2004)|
On The Fringe of History follows one American's fascinating career around the world and captures the sheer patriotic joy he experienced while serving his country.
On The Fringe Of History: A riveting behind-the-scenes look at the war on drugs and terrorism from a "fed" who fought the fight.
A Riveting Behind-the-scenes Look At The War On Drugs And Terrorism From A Fed Who Fought The Fight. Author: Sarge Hoteko. Publisher: iUniverse. Page: 544. View: 3026. On The Fringe Of History is Chief Inspector Sarge Hoteko's personal memoir, including his experiences as a narcotic interdiction and antiterrorism instructor in 16 countries around the globe. Hoteko reveals the shocking, rampant and systematic corruption within many of those governments, especially; Pakistan, Mexico, Bolivia and Nigeria-the most corrupt nation on earth. He also depicts how overzealous internal affairs investigators bungled two major cases in Chicago that devastated innocent lives.
Books by Sarge Hoteko. On the Fringe of History: A Riveting Behind-The-Scenes Look at the War on Drugs and Terrorism from a Fed Who Fought the Fight. Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated. Hoteko's Laws: A Manager's Guide to Success, Survival and Sanity in the Federal Government.
The history of terrorism can be traced to the 1st century BCE, although the modern history of terrorism does not begin until the French Revolution. Its characteristics flow from the international system of nation-states, and its success depends on the existence of a mass media to create an aura of terror among large groups of people. 1793 and the Origins of Modern Terrorism. The word terrorism comes from the Reign of Terror instigated by Maxmilien Robespierre in 1793, following the French revolution.
The war on terrorism was a multidimensional campaign of almost limitless scope. Its military dimension involved major wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, covert operations in Yemen and elsewhere, large-scale military-assistance programs for cooperative regimes, and major increases in military spending. Its intelligence dimension comprised institutional reorganization and considerable increases in the funding of America’s ng capabilities, a global program of capturing terrorist suspects and interning them at Guantánamo Bay, expanded cooperation with foreign intelligence agencies,. By the last years of Bush’s presidency, public opinion had turned strongly negative concerning his handling of the Iraq War and other national security matters.
Terrorism needs to be fought, and the war on it is definitely justified. This war was doomed from day one: no real goals of this war, we pissed off locals who's homes we were bombing, we lost a lot of international support, we don't know where our enemy is, and we spent way too much money on it! We also made it worse, ISIS, that was our fault. The War on Terror's investment could have been better justified as an investment into intelligence on terrorist organizations. The issue with the physical War on Terror is that it will never have an end in sight since once a high ranking terrorist is taken out of power, a new one emerges. This is how it will always be. Report Post.