It 's also highly informative about not only the events themselves, but prior to that, about Libya 's state before and after the fall of Gaddafi.The writing of the poet is what you 'd expect from a journalist: to the point and making an impression.
I shy from saying that I enjoyed his style, because the events of 13 Hours are so horrifying that I ca n't say there is any place for enjoying anything in it.That does n't, of course, mean that it 's a goo ook.
On the ontrary, the novelist is actually challenging some of the decisions that the American government made that night, which on the other hand makes me feel admiration to the uthor, as well as the Benghazi operatives.
So much, in fact, that I 'm actually willing to show trust, to a degree, whereas I usually have very mixed feelings about books depicting either side of a war, because I always expect too much bias and therefore changing up the events as the author sees fit.
With 13 Hours I think it 's ossible to accept that the account of the casualties is as simplistic as it can be.There are a few excitin things surrounding the 9/11/2012 events though.1.
But it is onvenient for these brainwashed freaks to use their religion as an excuse to massacre thousands and millions of people, including their own, and this is omething for which I think death is too little of a punishment.* All of this is as relevant today as it was three years ago, since as everyone is aware, the rutality in the Middle East has not ceased and has, in fact, become even more horrifying.2.
We give up as many lives as necessary and we spin the tale about how our interest lies in protecting our people and not stealing the oil of North Africa and the Middle East.Here is the recipe:1 x Dead ambassador aka an official representative of the United States.3 x ( or as many as possible) Dead soldiers who were doing their duty, protecting their comrades, fighting for their beloved country= thousands of freshly motivated soldiers to continue spilling blood, thinking that this was is actually to protect the lives of their families, who are in fact thousands of miles away and least touched by these wars;= USA keeps on fighting the good oil wars, money keeps spilling in, power keeps growing, on top of that we are helping out the world because there clearly can not be so many people, aye?