As POTUS, Donald Trump, pushes his exclusionary, racist and divisive agenda on the US and the world, a delusional wealthy aristocrat, in London, England has already taken the next frightening step.
While stoking the fires of racial and religious intolerance, funding atrocious activities of extreme right-wing groups, and deceiving his MI5 co-conspirator, a Muslim is forced to implement a horrific terrorist attack to create victims that will suffer for decades and fuel a nation-wide xenophobic backlash.
Drawn from my own experiences as a National Security Advisor in the Canadian Privy Council, and prompted by growing Western anti-immigrant attitudes, national discriminatory policies and the rise of European Nationalism, this story details the consequences of ‘bad intelligence analysis’ and how the fate of thousands can be determined by the most unlikely of people.
Next time you hear a POTUS discriminatory rant, or a watch a YouTube video of an attack on innocents, or turn away from an injustice against a fellow human, think about Bad Analysis and what could, or is happening in the world today!
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Colin Knight was born in Manchester, England to working class parents – his father painted houses and drove delivery trucks; his mother worked in a retirement home. He and his four siblings shared a small three-bedroom house on an unremarkable city owned housing estate ten miles from the city centre. From seven to sixteen years old, he held newspaper and milk delivery jobs, which he did, before school. Educated to state standards, at an experimental public high-school for boys, Colin graduated at sixteen with minimum credentials. At eighteen, he joined an American international company as a general office helper. By twenty-three Colin had developed an aptitude for product management and marketing. His career with the American company provided work assignments in Italy and Switzerland, as well as travel to many European countries. In 1987, Colin immigrated to Canada to work for a distributor of the American company. In 1991, he took a chance and quit work to attend university. By 1997, Colin had obtained a BA Honors Degree in Political Science, and a MA Degree in International Relations. In 1999, after a brief return to the private sector, Colin joined the Canadian Federal Government. During his fifteen-year government career, Colin worked for the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Canadian International Development Agency, the Public Safety Department, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and most recently, he was a Senior Policy Analyst in the Federal Privy Council Office. Government work and assignments took Colin to Europe, Asia, Latin America and the US. Colin retired from the government in 2014 to focus on family, writing and life. Colin lives in Ottawa, Canada with his wife and their three children. In between housework, groceries, shuttling children and general family support, Colin is working on his next novel. Squash, soccer, learning to play the guitar, and quality beer relieve stress and writers block.