Review: A Brutal State of Affairs


By Andrew Field The genesis of “A Brutal State of Affairs” lies in Henrik Ellert’s original work “Rhodesian Front War”, but it is a vastly improved work in which Henrik is co-authored by Dennis Anderson. Both men were tangled in the murky world of intelligence as operatives in Ken Flower’s Central Intelligence Organisation (as members … Continue reading Review: A Brutal State of Affairs

Manchester’s Sad Dichotomy


By Andrew Field - Follow on Twitter Every terrorist incident in the West seems to have a sequel, and that is the blame game. In a poll on Twitter by David Jones 70% of respondents suggest government was partly to blame for the attack. Even the music concert performer, Ariana Grande, who sung at the … Continue reading Manchester’s Sad Dichotomy