A separate chapter on Afghanistan is warranted because of the unfortunate turn of events since 11 September 2001. Evidences clearly show that the combined US–NATO attack on Afghanistan is actually the beginning of larger occupation—perhaps dismemberment of a few countries—of South Asia.
Afghanistan’s geography has been its enemy—the country straddles between West, South and Central Asia where world’s largest oil and gas reserves are located. But before the horrific reality of Afghanistan is documented, it is worth considering the few lines below:
Some people are born deaf, some are born blind or whatever, and this book is about congenitally defective human beings of a sort that is making this whole country and many ...