Saturday, May 22, 2010
The Fabric of Terror by Bernardo Teixeira, The Devin-Adair Company, New York, 1965. This book chronicles the massacres committed by US and UN backed terrorists, trained by Moscow and Peking, on white and black Angolans, both of Portugese and African descent. The atrocities are documented with photographs and numerous eyewitness accounts. This is a very disturbing account of the failure of Western policy in Africa and the success of communist trained and inspired terrorism to set Africa back five hundred years. As a result of the success of terrorist regimes in Africa, the continent will remain a welfare case until saner heads prevail. The events gruesomely depicted took place in 1961.
Posted by Frederick Widdowson